begins a three week period when strategic thinking comes more easily to us, though we may need to guard against a tendency
toward being unnecessarily suspicious of others.
There is an emphasis on partnership and cooperation
throughout much of the month of November. Business and money matters may be highlighted, as well as our personal value systems
and our sense of justice and fairness may be more active while Venus enjoys her stay here.
may find inspiration or refuge in spiritual practices and creative pursuits at this time. Time spent in inner exploration
could result in sudden, lasting changes to our personal values now.
Saturn moves back into sidereal
Sagittarius on November 4th for a more than two year long stay. Think back to late January 2017, when Saturn made his first
foray into Sagittarius. Something may have come up for you at that time, related to the house Saturn rules in your sidereal
natal chart, which could give you a clue as to the lesson he's here to teach you in the coming two years. Check your full
horoscope at https://mystickphysick.com for more on this important transit.
The full moon in
Aries November 4th brings to an end an activity begun last spring, near the late April new moon. Think back to the days around
April 26th for an activity or exploration you began at that time. This full moon (and the ten days following) is the time
to wrap up whatever you started back then.
Wait to communicate ideas to an authority figure until
the 9th,when unorthodox ideas will have a better chance of being well received. You could encounter resistance if you try
sooner. That same day Mercury goes out of bounds and you'll be better able to advocate for any solution which bucks the status
quo. With the sun throwing a helpful sextile to Pluto the same day, powerful individuals could turn out to be allies instead
Out of bounds planets don't play by the commonly accepted rules of society, rather,
they are considered to "walk to the beat of their own drum". They are the planetary mavericks: eccentric, unconventional,
and unorthodox, for better or for worse. They are "beyond the pale" so to speak.
will remain out of bounds until December 7th, reaching his maximum southern declination on November 23rd. During these weeks
we are inclined to innovative thinking in any field requiring a skill for analysis, problem solving, or communication. On
the flip side, it's easy to become obsessed with stories, whether in literature, film, or even the stories we tell about our
own lives. We are prone to misconstruing words and blowing things out of proportion.
is a very special day when Venus and Jupiter meet up in the sky, an event which happens only once a year. This is a particularly
lucky day for readers with Libra or Taurus sun or rising signs, and with both planets sending a lovely beam to Neptune, Pisces
readers may feel the luck rub off on them, too.
Beware of the possibility of distrust, suspicion,
or deceitful or manipulative words on this day, though, This is a day to be vigilant about blowing things out of proportion
and reading things into the words of others. On the plus side, if we need to mediate for peace or truth, we'll have the blessings
and help of both Jupiter and Venus on our side, helping to offset the impact of any potential overreaction.
Mercury enters the shadow of his third and final retrograde of the year on November 14th. If you have any expensive
items or electronics on your holiday gift giving list, you'll want to have your shopping done before this date. He'll station
retrograde early in December, on the 3rd, and remain that way until just before the Christmas holiday.
When the sun moves into sidereal Scorpio November 16th we could find creative inspiration to lead us on a deep exploration
of our psyche. There may be a temptation to escape into artistic pursuits involving fantasy and dreams.
Though we might struggle to find the right words to express our deepest feelings, dreams and fears at this time,
we certainly don't lack the desire to try. Pushing through any fear or confusion could ultimately serve us well. Spend the
evening in quiet retreat with a lover or romantic partner.
The new moon in Scorpio on the 18th
brings with it the risk of conflict with authority.
This is a challenging new moon, especially
for readers with Scorpio sun or rising, and the outcome may ultimately result in total destruction and transformation. While
this may be painful while we're in it, transformation is necessary for our personal growth and expansion. Remember that while
Mars and Pluto both rule destruction, Pluto also rules rebirth and Mars signifies the vitality of life as the newborn.
It's likely we will feel some of this challenging destructiveness and transformation now, at the new moon, and also
throughout the evolution of whatever we begin at this time as it develops and comes to fruition over the coming six months.
Venus reaches out a soothing hand to Pluto on the 21st, and we get our first glimpse of the beautiful
potential hidden inside this new moon.
If we've been caught up in headstrong challenges with
a VIP or authority figure of late, the first glimmers of understanding and cooperation may come near this time.
Surprising good news is possible on the 25th. We'll be feeling the urge to expand our knowledge, experience, and
thinking, and to review what we thought we knew.
The 28th is a day for sustained mental focus
or serious communication. We can use this time to make our most ambitious plans. A contract signed or promise made on this
day will be in place for a long time.