January 6 it’s Epiphany
Ive always loved that word.
Moon is in Taurus trining Saturn and Pluto today making it easier to get down to work.
Yes the BIG WEEKEND is approaching
The CANCER LUNAR ECLIPSE featuring South Node Jupiter Sun Ceres Saturn and Pluto is happening. I will write more about eclipse soon.
The MOON enters GEMINI at 6:11 pm PST/ 9:11 pm EST/ Jan. 7 @ 2:11 am GMT
the Mood is Light, airy, all about communicating, marketing, being in your mind, choices, analyzing, curiosity, conversational doing two things at once energy.
Gemini sextiles Chiron in Aries in PST
again, You may make it hard to find your words or feel insecure about your choices.
Sun sextile Neptune in Pisces tonight at 10:21 pm PST/ Jan. 7 @ 1:21 am EST/ 7:21 am GMT
this is a positive aspect which makes it easier to bring those Neptunian dreams down to earth. Easy for grounded meditations, corporate idealism and more. This energy is a good day for meditating, visualizing, strategizing, dreaming about long term career goals, or improving the world. You can Spread spiritual light in a concrete form. Concretizing an ideal illusion, make magic at work.
Moon in Gemini opposite Mars in Sagittarius in PST
The air and fire combo are in pursuit of wide-open spaces, adventure, travelling, exotic things, philosophy, justice, politics. The energy is upbeat, optimistic, good-humoured, dont take things so seriously. Speak your truth, decide which side you are on in politics. Pursue higher education, learning, and publishing opportunities.
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Agreed Tara that Epiphany is a great word.
Possibly originating from the Greek, I find it means manifestation or revelation.
My personal experience of the Epiphany passage in St.Matthew’s Gospel appeals to many people backgrounds, cultures and genders. The revelation of the Christ child to shepherds and magi.
The fascination remains of whom exactly were the three wise men/magi/sages from the East
[possibly Sagittarian adventurers?] following the bright star [Jupiter-Saturn conjuction of 4BCE?].