In the Stars November 20-27, 2022 . . . Shining Light on the Astrology of the Week
On Tuesday, November 22 the Sun moves out of the dark, murky waters of Scorpio and into the bright, expansive light of Sagittarius. After an intense eclipse season, we are ready for the social gaiety of the Sagittarius glow of the season.
There have been a number of significant events this past week: the confirmation of the Democratic Senate, the confirmation of the Republican House; Nancy Pelosi’s announcement not to seek House leadership; Trump’s announcement of his intention to run for the 2024 presidential election; and the mass exodus of Twitter employees.
Mars is retrograde until January 12th, encouraging us to re-work old projects. Continue to read, converse, write, listen, and learn. Mars and Venus are now out of bounds (OOB). Mercury will go OOB on November 23rd, and the Moon will go OOB on November 24th. Mars will be OOB for nearly six months until May 4th. Planets are OOB when their declination is more than 23 degrees, 27 minutes. When planets are out of bounds their energy is wild, unique, and extraordinary. The planet expresses itself unbounded, or without limits. Mars retrograde and OOB in Gemini these next few months will be fascinating to watch. People may be much more courageous and outspoken than usual. Because Mars is explosive and impulsive, volatile energy may be unleashed.
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