Overview for All 12 Signs:
Calling all seekers, jetsetters, and serial entrepreneurs. This Monday,
December 2 (our birthday—wahoo!) marks the annual new moon in Sagittarius.
Expanding horizons is the name of the game, whether booking tickets to
a far-flung corner of the world, signing up for a life-changing workshop,
or kickstarting a business plan. Sagittarius is the zodiac’s traveler
and ambassador: multicultural mingling is a must whether touring terra
nova or hanging close to home. Some fascinating alliances will be sparked
under this lunar light—differences don’t have to divide.
Let freedom ring! With the liberated Archer shooting off arrows, this
could be considered a second Independence Day for many of us. Break out
of constraining circumstances and take a gamble on a more fulfilling
path. Sagittarius is considered one of the luckiest zodiac signs and
a roll of the proverbial dice could bring big wins on Monday. Although
the Archer can be impatient, we shouldn’t expect overnight results.
This new moon is the starting point of a six month cycle that culminates
during the corresponding full moon in Sagittarius next June 12, 2014.
So...tell us how you REALLY feel… On Wednesday, expressive Mercury joins the Archer’s domain until December 24 giving us all the urge to let it all hang out. While honesty may be the best policy, compassion is a must. The truth serum will be flowing liberally during this three week cycle, but we could easily O.D. “Open mouth, insert Manolo” is not a formula to follow. Think before you speak; edit your first draft. That way your message won’t get lost in translation. With Mercury in Sagittarius, teaching and learning are highlighted. If you’ve gained mastery over a subject, share the love: design a workshop, take someone under your wing and show ‘em the ropes.
On Saturday the 7th, motivator Mars changes signs, zipping into Libra for an extra long, eight month stay. Normally, Mars hangs out in a sign for six weeks but every two years it turns retrograde, lingering in a single zodiac sign for an extended period. That’s the case between this Saturday and July 25, 2014. So...what happens when the planet of war hangs out in the sign of peace for eight months? This could be kind of awkward—but also quite awesome. Mars is the natural ruler of Aries, and is in a weaker “detriment” in the opposing sign of Libra. Mars has cajones but can get a little brash and domineering when visiting a more fiery sign. Diplomatic Libra can down down Mars’ destructive edge and help us learn the difference between assertive and aggressive. The red planet is a motivator, so we’ll be pumped about all things Libra: planning parties, signing win-win contracts, supporting the arts, getting into committed relationships (do we hear bells?), and basically lovebombing the world. Mars is an agitator too. Warning: the stress levels can rise in relationships and social situations while Mars tours Libra. What doesn’t kill a connection can make it stronger—sometimes a good debate is just what’s needed to advance us along in the intimacy department. Hash it out, then hug it out.