We’Moon Lunar News

Lunar News — December 8, 2018

  • Moon sextile Venus the 8th
  • Moon sextile Mars the 9th
  • Moon sextile Mercury the 10th
  • Moon square Venus the 11th
  • Mercury into Sagittarius the 12th
  • Moon square Mercury the 13th
  • Moon trine Venus the 13th
  • Moon conjunct Mars
  • Moon moves through:

Mercury is our sense of communication, travel and thought.
Venus is about our 
relationships, love, sense of beauty abd empathy.
Mars is our 
will to act, initiative and ambition.Saturday: Do you need to be diplomatic? Nurture romance? Create? Choose supportive Moon/Venus aspects. They warm our hearts and add sociability, cuddliness, compassion, creativity and good taste.  Sunday: Do you need to work out? Take a stand? Get physical? Supportive Moon/Mars aspects give us strength, protectiveness, help us lift rocks, spark passion, establish clear boundaries.

Monday: Do you need to think? Talk? Travel?  Choose a good relationship or aspect between Mercury and the Moon. They loan us speed and consciousness, the ability to think things through, help us bring our minds to any problem and find an answer.  Tuesday:Challenging Moon/Venus aspects can bring social awkwardness, hot or cold emotions, longing, questionable aesthetics. Cure: perform a random act of kindness, diplomacy, art therapy. Wednesday: When Mercury, our sense of communication, trave and thought enters Sagittarius our curiosity, honesty, exploration and playfulness are energized. We grow more curious about what’s unfamiliar. Thursday:Challenging Moon/Mercury aspects bring a tendency to get lost in the mind and inspire glitches in all things Mercurial; we can get more edgy, irritable, anxious, scattered, diffused, glib. Cure for Moon/Mercury discomfort: Reconnect mind and heart. Do you need to be diplomatic? Nurture romance? Create? Choose supportive Moon/Venus aspects. They warm our hearts and add sociability, cuddliness, compassion, creativity and good taste.  Friday:Challenging Moon/Mars aspects instigate irritability, willfulness, anger, hurry, a competitive or contrary attitude. Cure: exercise, chop wood, take a brisk walk, acknowledge desires or frustrations, and then finesse that argument. Exercise awareness.

Weekly Starcodes
excerpt by Heather Roan Robbins—Visit our Astology Connection page for the complete daily predictions for the week and an overview of the Year for the current SunSign.The stars send us mixed signals this week. A New Moon in restless Sagittarius wants us to speak up and hurry up on Friday, but we still need patience.  Mercury has just turned direct after three weeks retrograde so we may need to straighten out misunderstandings and correct snafus before we barrel ahead.  Our ability to concentrate can shift and we may still get easily distracted, so we need to maintain situational awareness to not speed up and drive straight into a wall. Mercury still appears to be moving slowly from our perspective here on earth, and we’ll be just fine if we move steadily but slowly also. Underneath that cheerful, open New Moon in Sagittarius vibe, Mercury and Venus are both now in brooding and private Scorpio and can sharpen our thinking, keep us both wary and set in our opinions. But pure stubbornness won’t help the situation, so If we find we’re digging in our heels reflexively, let’s stop and ask whether this this is a knee-jerk reaction, or do we really feel that way. Mars lingers in sensitive, low energy Pisces through the month. With both the emotional planets, Venus and Mars, in more introverted signs this week, we may find ourselves unusually serious or thoughtful, ambiguous about holiday parties and preferring more intimate gatherings.  No matter how busy we get, it will be good to take a moment alone, every now and then, without apology. . . . 

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