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New Moon in Sagittarius – November 2019

The Moon in Sagittarius needs freedom to roam in order to thrive. Arguably the fastest moving sign of the zodiac, Sagittarius reaches outward, stretching beyond your current knowledge and experience. The new moon in Sagittarius is the curious spark that ignites your imagination and kindles new dreams of adventure.

The ruling planet of this new moon is Jupiter. For the past year, Jupiter has created meaning, optimism, and growth wherever you have Sagittarius in your chart. Now, Jupiter is poised to leave his home sign and move into Capricorn.

Don’t hold back! This new moon is your last chance to squeeze out that good Jupiter juice.

New moon in Sagittarius november 2019
Mars opposite Uranus

As the darkness becomes complete in the lead-up to this new moon, Mars opposes Uranus. It is unlikely to be a restful, sleepy, dark moon. Insomnia is possible as your mind agitates rather than ruminates.

The introspective lunar period is instead an acceleration and active time for the disturbed parts of your psyche. They are not settled and patiently waiting for you. They leap out at you, grabbing for attention.

Your thoughts and feelings will bump into each other as you attempt to find a way forward. You’ll think about what you did (or didn’t do) in the past and what you’re going to do when challenged in the future.

Neptune retrograde ends

While not aspecting the Sagittarius new moon by degree, Neptune’s station leaks all over the darkened new moon landscape. Your imagination willingly and prolifically fills in the any gaps in the facts – and will probably create some doubt too. Don’t buy into the potential delusions. Use this vividly imaginative influence to consciously connect with the outcome of your dreams, and then, like Neptune, move forward towards them.

Read your horoscope for more.

New Moon 20˚ Scorpio
Brisbane, Australia: 1:05 am, Wed 27 Nov
New Delhi, India: 8:35 am, Wed 27 Nov
London, UK: 3:05 am, Wed 27 Nov
New York, USA: 10:05 pm, Tues 26 Nov

Sagittarius new moon Nov 2019