In the Stars November 14-21...shining light on the astrology of the week: Full Moon Lunar Eclipse


The Sun is in its last few days in Scorpio tropically. Savor solitude as the social season of Sagittarius follows. With growing darkness we draw inward. Get plenty of rest as you adjust to the return to standard time and prepare for the eclipse season ahead the next three weeks.


A partial Lunar Eclipse occurs on November 19, followed by a total Solar Eclipse December 3-4. Eclipses trigger powerful events, positive or difficult. Events evoked by eclipses may occur up to three months before or after the actual eclipse.


In addition to the eclipse, this week holds the turbulent energy of a Mars-Uranus opposition which is magnified by the conjunction of the Moon to Uranus on Wednesday. As the week marches on tensions mount. At the same time, there can be breakthrough discoveries with this powerful energy.


Ongoing the skies hold the tense energy of the Eris-Pluto square, as well as the Saturn-Uranus square which will reach its third exact aspect December 24th. We live in a time of rapid change and amazing possibilities. The movement of the planets invite us into a dynamic engagement with opportunity and change.

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We are off up and running on Sunday with the Moon in cardinal fire sign Aries. Feel the fire and make it a warm, enthusiastic day of happenings. A Venus-Chiron square late in the day may dampen the exuberance and make us feel underappreciated. Tend to self-care.


The work week begins energetically. A Sun-Jupiter square may lead to overextension, but the combination of optimism and enthusiasm can result in a lot being accomplished quickly.


Tuesday gets off to a zesty running start. However, the Moon conjuncts fierce Eris and squares Pluto, dragging us into the underworld where we may meet with tests and challenges. However, the light of a benefic Sun-Pluto sextile shows us a pathway out of the darkness. The Moon is void of course all day from 7:51 a.m. to 6:18 p.m. PST, a time best to focus on routine, insignificant tasks rather than meetings or activities calling for decisions. At 6:18 .m. PST the Moon moves into Taurus, inviting us to relax.


Although Wednesday holds the pleasurable, grounded Taurus Moon, this day is explosive. Mars exactly opposes Uranus, and Saturn square