New Moon in Sagittarius
Nov 22nd, 6:32am CST


This New Moon was mostly in Sagittarius, but the Sun and the Moon were still partly in Scorpio too. The brand new fiery visions of outgoing social engagement and creative trailblazing vibrations of Sag are getting started, but this New Moon drops some hints that there’s deep emotional cleanup that’s still in process.

Saturn in Scorpio is conjunct with Mercury on one side, and the New Moon on the other. Saturn is just moving into line with his first semi-square (of three) to Pluto and sesquiquadrate to Uranus (pertinent through next October). These aspects might not sound so big and important, but they will be. Frustration about long-standing stagnation is building, and there are some dams that are going to break. What do you see (inside and outside) that’s ready to change but still seems stuck? Envision and allow some powerful releases to get started now.

The New Moon is also square to Neptune in Pisces, bearing gifts of intuition and unconditional love, but also casting shadows of victimhood. Sagittarius and Pisces are the two signs of religion and spirituality. Welcome new experiences of spiritual illumination and surrender into your life, and give thanks for all those seekers who are using their faiths to inspire right action (and not dogmatic exclusion). How might the spiritual experience of the human family get to be a bit more family-like in your life now?

This New Moon offers an injection of enthusiastic imagination. Jupiter (ruler of Sagittarius) is a singleton in the sky; the very important handle of a bucket chart. Jupiter is in Leo (the Sun’s sign) and these two light bearers will be in mutual reception (in each other’s signs) for the next 30 days (Yay!).

Mercury in Scorpio is now square to Jupiter in Leo, and loaded words about what needs to change are likely to be exchanged. I just watched a poignant award acceptance speech from author Ursula K. Le Guin that includes some great questions about creativity and commerce, and illuminates some themes of this Mercury-Jupiter square (and some other big questions of our current times):

“We live in capitalism. Its power seems inescapable. So did the divine right of kings. Any human power can be resisted and changed by human beings. Resistance and change often begin in art, and very often in our art—the art of words.” -Ursula K. Le Guin

May expansive inspired visions and bombastic creative explosions grace your wildly original path this month.

Adam Wolter

P.S. If you’re in Minneapolis, come join my next class (4 spots left)


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