You have finally arrived at the tipping point of a long process of inner re-evaluation. It would be an understatement to say the day has been long and the way unfamiliar, and that a certain decision was hard in coming. But then when the moment is right for a new life to be born, nothing at all can stop it.
Could Donald Trump be in violation of the Constitution on his first day in office? That’s the conclusion of some leading constitutional law experts. The Constitution prohibits officeholders from accepting “any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign state.”
In tonight’s edition, I look first at the Capricorn New Moon (which happens Thursday). This takes place conjunct Mercury, which is about halfway through its retrograde, and sextile Mars. Mars is applying to a conjunction with Neptune on New Year’s Eve. Be the designated driver! I then give you a preview of the astrology of 2017, looking out as far as 2020.
The last New Moon of 2016 will take place on Thursday in Capricorn, and will correspond with the opposition from Jupiter (in Libra) to Uranus (in Aries). Len Wallick suggests the Sun and Moon are both letting you know where you are, and giving you a head start on completing what you started six years ago.
It is a simple fact that human beings are social animals. We cannot live without at least interacting with one another, and our existence is immeasurably enriched by practicing love, generosity and compassion. As we prepare to round off 2016, Vesta is suggesting that each of us examine how we might increase or refine that practice.