Capricorn 22 Dec - 19 Jan
Until around 22 November, with such
a strong influence on Scorpio, the zone
of your solar chart associated with friends,
associates and your social network, this is
a great time for connecting with old friends and
making new ones, so start the festive season early
and make sure to carry some mistletoe just in case. This
month, the South Node of the Moon enters Capricorn, your Sun
sign while the North Node enters your opposite sign of Cancer. The Nodes are always opposite one another and take approximately eighteen and a half years to travel the twelve signs of the zodiac, spending about eighteen months in each sign.
With the North Node of the Moon in your opposite sign of Cancer, the zone of your solar chart associated with your more personal interactions with others, emotional, professional and romantic, the astrological weather suggest it’s time to make an effort to reach out to others. Therefore, be prepared to compromise and cooperate and even accept a smaller part in a bigger production, if that’s what to takes to get ahead. From 22 November the Sun enters Sagittarius, and this is usually a time for Capricorns to step out of the limelight, to take a backseat, to rest and recharge your batteries in readiness for your new yearly cycle that gets underway when the Sun enters Capricorn, your Sun sign, from 22 December.
Meanwhile, with Jupiter entering Sagittarius from 08 November, where it will remain until December 2019, on some levels, the next twelve months represents a period of transition, a time to tie-up loose ends and finish unfinished business. A time for rest, healing and psychological renewal. The continued presence of Saturn, your planetary ruler in Capricorn, your sun sign, until December 2020 indicates this a time for taking control of your life and your destiny, for establishing yourself in some way.
The additional emphasis on Sagittarius highlights the spiritual and unseen dimension of your life, the importance of taking time out periodically and making space for the unplanned and unexpected, to give fate, in the guise of circumstance and meaningful coincidence, a chance to shape the direction of your life.