By Manish Arora
December 22, 2018, will bring the final full moon of the year, falling less than a day after the Winter solstice. The full moon on December 22 is at 11:49 a.m. CST (17:49 UTC). So the solstice and full moon fall less than one day apart. That means that – although the Northern Hemisphere has its longest winter night on December 21 – the lamp of a nearly full moon will light up the nighttime from dusk until dawn.
Full moons are times for completions, culminations, creative spurts and accumulation.