Sisterly (and brotherly) love seems to be beaming through the cosmos today. If you can tap into it and spread the vibe around, you’ll likely feel better — and could do more good than you realize. At the same time, you might feel rather focused on how you can feed some part of you that has felt excluded from the party.
The transition from 2016 to 2017 is at hand, and with it the nearly universal celebrations which often include the consumption of alcohol. As Len Wallick interprets the astrology, at least one aspect strongly suggests that you should even more careful with strong drink than you might normally think.
As 2016 draws to a close, you might find yourself getting meditative, musing on the meaning of the various accomplishments, losses and surprises you’ve experienced these 12 months. Retrograde Mercury conjunct the centaur Hylonome suggests that it’s okay to grieve what has passed if that’s where you’re at.
Your chart describes a self-portrait or autobiography. As a living metaphor or ‘psychomagic act’, you might want to give that a try. I don’t mean a selfie. I mean an actual self-portrait of your mind. Meanwhile, remember that you project or insert yourself into everything you say, do, write or otherwise create.
Simply being realistic about what you can and cannot do at this time will put you in a superb position to make wiser and more productive choices than ever before. Allowing any sense of discontent to run your life will almost certainly have an opposite effect. If, for example, owning a Rolls Royce is not currently a practical goal right now, you have options. You can choose either to sulk or to be relieved that any achievable purchases will not depreciate nearly as quickly or as much.
A leading arms control organization is calling for President Obama to take U.S. nuclear missiles off high alert before Donald Trump assumes office. The Ploughshares Fund has circulated a public petition urging President Obama to place restraints on the incoming president’s ability to launch a nuclear attack.
Amanda Painter suggests that, coming in the midst of so much uncertainty and difficulty, today’s Capricorn New Moon underscores our ability to harness our imagination again; to bolster our determination to use what we’ve learned; and to allow for some careful self-reflection, keeping the avenues of healing and compassion open.