The Day of Sustained Effort: Birthdays and Planet News

If Your Birthday is Nov. 25
The Day of Sustained Effort | 2019-20 Sagittarius Astrology Studio | All Other Signs

Your task is to integrate changes you’ve undergone, in order to clear the decks for a whole new chapter of your life for which this past year has prepared you. Wrap up old business and be willing to discard concepts that no longer fit who you’ve become. Inner work can bring tangible rewards, including greater self-confidence and material security.
— by Victoria Emory

If you have a Sagittarius Sun, rising sign or Moon and could use some insights on real-life matters of life, work and relationships, your 2019-2020 Sagittarius Astrology Studio reading by Eric Francis will cover your ruling planet Jupiter’s conjunction to the Galactic Core, a preview of forthcoming Jupiter in Capricorn, and many other potentially life-changing facets of your astrology.

Written in the Planets

Emotional depth carries over from the weekend to begin the workweek, thanks to the Moon wrapping up its eventful transit through Scorpio. The Moon ingresses Sagittarius Tuesday at 3:11 am EST / 12:11 am PST (08:10:52 UTC Tuesday).

Soon after entering Sagittarius the Moon meets up with the Sun for a New Moon. This is an opening into the future, as Sagittarius is inclined to be visionary. Notice how you create your life, and how you go from idea to action.

The Mars-Uranus opposition of the weekend is now dissipating. Venus is still in Sagittarius, separating from Sunday’s conjunction to Jupiter and the Galactic Core. The challenge is to focus on the spiritual essence of what we call love. Spiritual means truth, faith and trust.

Venus enters Capricorn late Monday the 25th (early on the 26th in Europe), which fosters a more pragmatic and duty-oriented idea of love. The high ideals of Sagittarius can seem to disappear as planets enter Capricorn, but the truth remains. Generosity, heart and receptivity still deserve a place at your table, and you’re the one who must hold that space open.
— by Eric Francis and Amanda Painter

In 2020 we have not one but two conjunctions that mark the turn of a generation, and of an era in history. On Jan. 12, Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn form their once per 33-year conjunction. Then on Dec. 21. 2020, Jupiter and Saturn, both now in Aquarius, form a conjunction in the first degree of that sign. Read more here…

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