Capitalize on supportive influences in your zones of profession and income by putting in the necessary hours to move a particular stage of work toward completion. You’re in a cycle where discipline is more important than ever, and with intent you can turn that into tangible reward. Sharp intuitive instincts likewise can be applied toward practical advancement now. Let the cosmic wisdom you’re dialed into inspire efforts on the ground.
— by Victoria Emory
If you have a Sagittarius Sun, rising sign or Moon and could use some insights on such real-life matters as work, relationships and career, your 2019-2020 Sagittarius Astrology Studio reading by Eric Francis covers your ruling planet Jupiter’s conjunction to the Galactic Core, Jupiter in Capricorn, and many other potentially life-changing facets of your astrology.
Written in the Planets
What are the far-reaching effects of your words? In this era of instant communication, where everyone can speak to hundreds of people around the world at any given time (and then ‘un-friend’ those who disagree), this is an important question. Most people don’t bother to wonder; communication has become just as disposable as the wrapper on your chewing gum.
Yet today’s a good day to consider the broader repercussions and implications of your words, and even of the thoughts you never speak aloud. Mercury — the planet representing mind and communication — is exactly conjunct something called the Great Attractor in mid-Sagittarius.
The Great Attractor (GA) is a deep-space phenomenon hundreds of millions of light years away. It’s pulling thousands of galaxies, including ours, toward it. (You can read more about the GA in the 2017 written annual reading for Sagittarius.)
Even though it’s too far away for you to see it, the GA is affecting our movement through space. Apply this metaphor to your inability to witness all the ways your words can still impact people you can’t see. Do you feel like making different choices?
Note that Mercury and the Great Attractor are also square Neptune in Pisces. Consider the implications of when you tell a lie, or when you believe one. Some people are acting like it doesn’t matter one way or another. You know better.
— by Amanda Painter with Eric Francis Coppolino
Almanac: The Moon is in Virgo, and enters Libra on Dec. 19 at 5:04 am EST.
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