As we head into the holiday season, we also get closer to the significant cosmic changes above us. The Dark or New Moon in Sagittarius will be peaking approximately 11:16 AM EST on Monday, November 14th, 2020 and joined by a total solar eclipse (visible only in the Southern Hemisphere). Time to think of the higher mind, the Ajna or Third Eye. It is also a time to focus on elevated thoughts and the lofty areas of advanced study. Perhaps going inward is appropriate for some deep soul searching. We can travel that way or even cosmically, but in reality, 2020 has been a horrible year for Sagittarius, the "traveler" of the Zodiac.
Sagittarius is not so stoic and serious, however. Key words for them are "freedom" and "fun." And they will strive to do either, never completely married to what it is they ARE doing as they are always on the move to seek a better place or situation. So questions to ask ourselves if our Suns, Ascendants or Moons are not in Sagittarius, what do we need to do to maintain our optimism during these difficult times? How do we move and where to? Methods and strategies for our personal lives are necessary. Keep exploring and continue doing what works! And get ready to thank the Universe for all experiences, good and bad.
The Great Conjunction is lining up in the sky, the coming together of Saturn and Jupiter in the sign of Aquarius. The planets will be only .1 degree away from each other next week during Winter Solstice. You can see these starlike points in the sky right now; if you are in the Northern Hemisphere, just look southwest right after dusk. Many believe that this conjunction will be the ushering in of the Age of Aquarius--what we have been envisioning and singing about for decades.
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"When the Moon is in the seventh house and Jupiter aligns with Mars then peace will guide the planets and love will steer the stars! This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius..."
Top 40 song by the The Fifth Dimension
Original song from the Broadway Musical, "Hair."
More on the Winter Solstice with my next post...