This is the Cancer Full Moon, with the Moon in Cancer opposite the Sun in Capricorn, at 11+ degrees of their signs (properly known as 12 degrees). This Full Moon is exact at 9:24 pm EST on Jan. 1 (2:24 UTC Jan. 2). At the most basic level, moving toward a Full Moon is likely to amp up the emotional stakes on New Year’s Eve.
Today the Sun forms a grand trine with two minor planets: Echeclus (currently in Taurus) and Orcus (in Virgo). Rather aptly for the time of year, this pattern speaks to the effect of words in general and oaths in particular. Often, if we make a serious resolution, its power can change our lives in ways we might not foresee.
You will learn through experience. Some perplexing situation, stuck area of your life, financial difficulty or question of fundamental values in a relationship is likely to present itself (they always do) and you have the chance right now to look at yourself in a truly new way, turn the problem into an asset, and discover that there is a whole bunch more to you.
Yesterday, I recorded your Capricorn birthday reading. It’s about 70 minutes in length, in two sessions. This is your birthday audio — an entirely different reading from The Art of Becoming, which will be ready in January. You are living in extraordinary times, as a Capricorn or Cap rising. There’s been nothing quite like this […]
Although the Moon entering Gemini today puts an intellectual spin on emotions, Venus is getting cozy with Eros. Yet that is happening in Capricorn, the sign of things like business. One way these energies could merge and manifest is in taking a very down-to-earth approach to solving a sexual ‘problem’.
The operative cycle is two years. Consider your life that far back. What was happening in your inner realities and the world of your relationships? Changes you embarked on then are likely to be coming to some kind of crux point now, or, at least, all the loose ends from those far-off, nearby days are right where you can see them and snip them nicely.
A New York Times investigation has revealed how the Department of Homeland Security is increasingly going global, with thousands of agents from the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration stationed in more than 70 countries around the world.