Capricorn Nov.28th, 2017

There are a series of new vibes rolling through.  Thinker Mercury’s slowdown, Venus’ tour of freedom loving Sagittarius, begins and takes us through much of December. Stern Saturn stiffens on the cusp of Sagittarius. It’ll give us a taste of what to expect from Saturn’s presence in Capricorn on December 20th – a move that will shape the main theme of 2018 into 2020. Next, litigious Mars sits in opposition to out-of-the-blue Uranus flipping the switch. Jupiter and Neptune amplify an emotional stupor, recalling the New Moon in Scorpio.   Last, but not least, we’re building up to a confusing, mis-informative Full Moon in Gemini. 

Here are scenes from the celestial ride ahead, minus the astrological jargon:


CAPRICORN

The Wake-Up Call:

“I’ll keep still.  I’ll keep quiet – for now.  I’ll cut through the thicket with a silent stand – for now.”

The Rest Stop:

Sincerity.  Understanding. Knowing. Aware.

The Boost, the Blow out, the Bang:

The Base. Home. Career/Work. Actions, motives, reactions – a striving to wield force with tectonic shifts underfoot.

End of Discussion…:

Too much to juggle.  Some balls are going to have to be dropped.

What’s the confusion?:

Sorrow. Morals. Trust.

CAPRICORN November 14th, 2017

Steady as she (or he or other) goes Capricorn. Drama is not for you.  Whatever is stirring, bubbling up, you probably already knew about and have kept steady straight ahead despite the fact. It only matters insofar as it informs how you behave and the direction you choose to take in life.  As Mars in air sign Libra gathers and dismisses the tufts of thick air, like lawyers passionately stating their case you’ll sit, you’ll listen, you’ll watch – but only for so long.  At some point you’ll weigh in with a verdict, for your benefit, to decide how you’ll personally proceed.  By the New Moon on the 18th you’ll have heard enough.  The following day you may have to crush an argument or quiet a threatening spell of dis-ease with stoically delivered sentence or two. Okay, maybe you’ll use more than a few sentences …