The gorgeous full moon energy in loquacious Gemini comes at an interesting time this year. It just so happens to coincide with Mercury retrograde in Gemini’s opposite sign, Sagittarius.
Gemini urges us to articulate our thoughts and to put our feelings into words to arrive at the most logical conclusions.
Mercury retrograde can be tricky in that it can bring travel delays, lost articles, devices going haywire, power outages caused by heaving rains inclement weather, etc.
Forgetfulness is a hallmark of Mercury retrograde. On the day of the retrograde I completely forgot my folder someplace. Luckily I was able to retrace my steps and locate it but I was totally oblivious to the fact that I left it behind when I went to reach for it.
Always have a Plan B when dealing with Mercury retrograde. Take precautions and always consider what could happen that would make the journey more interesting — or arduous. Put safeguards in place and hope for the best. Mercury retrograde is a good time to deal with issues from the past as people we once knew tend to resurface, not surprising considering that we’re entering the busy holiday season. Sagittarius is all about jolly good times, the equality and brotherhood of man, woman, child, dog, cat, chicken, duck, everybody.
Sagittarius will encourage us to set aside out differences and work for the goodness of all. If not during the holidays, then when? Good question!
Saturn, the cosmic disciplinarian, moves from Sagittarius, where it has been camped out since late 2014, and will move into industrious Capricorn on December 19th. Saturn will stay in Capricorn until late in the year 2020. Saturn will form a tag team with transformation expert Pluto, which has been in Capricorn since 2008 and will remain in 2024. Pluto is transforming the banking industry with currency services, covert and overt, and Saturn will provide the structure to deal with Pluto’s force of transformation.
The media has become more efficient and streamlined under the influence of Saturn in Sagittarius, which has helped make everything more accessible and available at our fingertips. Think Netflix, Amazon, iTunes, etc. Old media had to adapt with new media and new media wanted a slice of old media content. Disney may soon buy 21st Century Fox’s film assets in what is a content grab towards growing Disney’s burgeoning streaming content service. To paraphrase media baron Sumner Redstone, “Content is king.”