Error screen shot is not a moodle error but an apache (web service) forbidden error.
In your screen capture ... (uhhhh, you should really try to find a way to capture screens with software/method where you do NOT have to provide word docs ... many won't open word doc links provided by someone they don't know/trust) .... it shows lms/blah, blah, blah. Typical access would be http://site/lms/ IF /lms/ is where the moodle code resides.
However, in attempts to see the front page of your Moodle ... no can do.
Got command line on something linux/Mac:
Try: curl -I http://site/lms/
If lms is where the moodle code resides, one should get cookie info from the moodle.
Your site, IF I have guessed the correct URL, is kicking back a 'wp-json' which looks like a word press plugin you might have installed above the Moodle is kicking in and, from time to time, messes up your access to Moodle.
'spirit of sharing', Ken