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January 23, 2020
Look out for/ work with:
Open-mindedness, unexpected events, changes, innovation, political revolution, opportunity through crisis, freedom, self-sufficiency, idealism, unorthodoxy, vision, eccentricity, and intuition.
With this New Moon, expect a strong need for emotional freedom! As with all new moons, we welcome new opportunities and experiences. This is a potent time to conduct any new rituals or habits to assist with changes. Aquarius is considered to be a fixed air element and presides over all matters revolutionizing. Adopting new and unorthodox ways of viewing the world is likely to help you in the weeks ahead. Aquarius is an incredibly intelligent and social sign, so it’s possible some quality time with a like-minded friend or group could provide all the help you need!
Both the Sun and Moon will form some intense squares to Uranus at the time of this Moon. Uranus is currently in a fellow fixed sign, Taurus. However, when Taurus and Aquarius go head to head, we examine our tendency to work harder, but not necessarily smarter. There is a stronger need to be courteous of everyone involved, rather than sticking to narrow minded or stubborn beliefs. Mercury forms positive aspects to mars creating exciting news or conversations. Just ensure you get all the information before jumping to any conclusions and make assumptions. This energy tends to rile people up and generate media storms.
If the moon represents the collective, people will likely be reacting to sudden global and economic changes that are taking place. Some may find themselves consumed with materialism and find it hard to cope with financial changes. This is further impacted by squares between Venus and Mars, which suggest a difference of opinions when it comes to love or romance. Mars and Neptune are forming squares to one another. Mars, in this aspect, is likely to skew the perspectives that we have of one another. There is likely to be friction in terms of political and religious views. Practice diplomacy whenever possible, and give others room to speak their mind. You’re likely to learn from one another with this New Moon.
Jupiter is still hovering around the south node in Capricorn. This placement doles out good luck to those fortunate enough to catch it. While Capricorn is the sign famous for professional goals, the south node is past life or what we look to “release.” It’s similar to the wheel of Fortune card; sometimes you win; sometimes you lose. The game of fate is a fickle one. But those of you doing your due diligence to let go of old, outdated ways of doing things will be rewarded. Get together with like-minded friends and have a good time. Get involved in social causes. Make wishes, because they’re likely to come true.
Ritual for Personal Vision & Change
You will need:
Pro witch tip: Don’t want to use paper and scissors? You can achieve this same result by using a cut and paste board app on your phone! Send your digital vision board to friends, or use it as your phone wallpaper for everyday magical manifestation!
Candace Marie of Beyond the Veil Tarot has her degree in Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Theology, and studied at the School of Evolutionary Astrology. She is also a graduate of Sacred Crossings Death Midwifery School, and a root worker and herbalist. Read her bio here, and catch more of her work on Beyond the Veil Tarot.
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December 28, 2021
Happy New Year! We have initiated a brand new cycle with fresh and fertile possibilities (and a lot fewer major transits) to engage with in 2022. The busiest planet this year is Jupiter, versus Saturn and Uranus the past couple of years, which is a massive (literally) refreshing energy that ushers in luck, optimism, expansiveness, and joviality. Here’s a quick astro recap to start the year to ensure solid understanding of planetary transits:
November 28, 2021