The cards I pulled for today's Full Moon in Cancer are the 10 of Cups (Mars in Pisces - Water) the reversed Queen of Swords (Air) and the 6 of Cups (Sun in Scorpio - Water).
The 10 is a card of completion, which is appropriate for this Full Moon (a time of achievement or endings). Actions (Mars) have netted joyous results. This is a happy card - it describes the highest ideal, usually involving family and relationships. Everything is perfect.
Or is it?
Beside this card we see the reversed Queen, and she's not happy. She's a sharp one - analytical and cutting. She doesn't care about the emotional component because she's focused on the facts. Often, she symbolizes someone who is alone or who doesn't need anyone else. And yet she's reversed, indicating that her sharp observations about the joyous family ideal are not welcome. She may be correct about what she sees, but it seems as if she's been muzzled - her astute but unwelcome words have been silenced, because no one wants to see the truth.
She appears to be Lilith from the Full Moon post.
The 6 of Cups is another feeling card, and this time it's about nostalgia. Family history is bathed in a golden, immersive (Scorpio) glow. Combined with the 10, we could almost say that everything is beautiful, if it wasn't for that Queen.
There's no doubt that something is amiss, but the reversed Queen suggests it's not the right time to speak out. Or, dwelling on what's wrong is not the best tactic. She doesn't have much power in this spread, even though Water and Air have a neutral relationship (there's more Water than Air). This doesn't mean that you ignore the bad stuff, but with the upright Cups cards, there's a suggestion that some things might be good. Maybe, despite the unpleasant facts, there are some positive things you can focus on (like people who love you in their imperfect ways). Maybe you have achieved more than you give yourself credit for.
Maybe you don't have to be the bitter outsider, despite what you know.