Wednesday, December 9th: The Moon begins the day in Scorpio, but she quickly turns void-of-course in Scorpio, at 12:39 AM. She remains void-of-course (almost 16-hours) until she enters Sagittarius, the sign of religion and shared social bigotry, at 4:25 PM, and is no longer void-of-course.
With this long void-of-course Moon occurring during the daylight hours, it may be best to plan more important events in the late afternoon and evening.
The Moon sextiles Jupiter, 12:39 AM: If you are up late, this is an enjoyable time for a movie and a late-night snack. Otherwise, you should be sleeping peacefully.
The Moon is now void-of-course in Scorpio, at 12:39 AM.
As you start your day, be sure and give yourself plenty of extra time to get to your destination so you can be as stress-free as possible.
The Moon enters Sagittarius, at 4:25 PM, and is no longer void-of-course. We definitely feel more connected as the Moon enters fiery Sagittarius and gives us plenty of energy to work with. All of us are paying more attention now!
Mercury, planet of commerce and your daily habits, enters Capricorn, at 8:35 PM, for a 23-day stay. Mercury in Capricorn wants us to make the best use of our actions and thoughts. We are careful and cautious in our actions, since we will not want to make mistakes. We will choose our words wisely and look for flaws in the other person’s logic. Mercury in Capricorn should serve us well throughout the holidays.
All times are CST.