Wednesday, December 21st, the Moon continues her path through Libra, the sign that rules mirrors, all day.
Sun enters Capricorn, the Winter Solstice, the first day of Winter, the longest night, at 4:44 AM. The Winter Solstice begins the period of “The Light” as the day light hours slowly become longer. The Winter Solstice is celebrated in every culture on the planet.
During the time of Capricorn, we are urged to be thrifty, and make the best use of our time. Capricorn stories that we grow up with are the Ant and the Grasshopper and the newer version, Horton Hatches the Egg. We seek a safe future while the Sun transits Capricorn.
There are no exact Lunar aspects but the Moon is not void-of-course. This is a good day to get things done. People should be generally polite. Tomorrow is a much busier day.
All times are central.