Astrologer, Lilly Roddy

Sunday, December 21st Daily #Astrology Forecast from Lilly Roddy Show

on December 21, 2014

Sunday, December 21st: The Moon begins the day in Sagittarius and becomes void-of-course at 6:35 AM and remains so for all of the daylight hours. When the Moon enters Capricorn, at 7:25 PM, she is no longer void-of-course. This is a fairly long void-of-course Moon. Plan your more important activities in the evening.

The Moon trines Jupiter, 6:35 AM: We are feeling very positive this morning as we start the day. It is the best of all possible worlds!

The Moon is now void-of-course in Sagittarius, at 6: 35 AM.

Uranus, planet of evolution and revolution, turns Stationary Direct at 4:45 PM. This will help to energize the populace toward a drive for more freedom and equality.

The Sun enters Capricorn, 5:03 PM: As the Sun enters Capricorn, this marks the beginning of the Winter. This day has the longest period of nighttime hours. After today, the number of daylight hours will increase until we reached the spring equinox. The Spring Equinox is the day the Sun enters Aries or the first day of Spring; when daylight and night time hours are equal.

The Moon enters Capricorn, at 7:25 PM, and is no longer void-of-course. We definitely feel more grounded and are about to feel more energized with the New Moon.

The Moon conjuncts the Sun, 7:36 PM: This is the New Moon in Capricorn. The New Moon in Capricorn wants us to be grateful for what we have and to use what we have more carefully.

All times are CST.

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