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New Moon in Sagittarius 15° – Friday, December 7, 2018 2:20am EST

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Your karma is on the move at the time of this New Moon in Sagittarius. Finally, the balance of things will begin to improve in your favor, allowing you to work out the details to put at least one important issue to rest. The overflow of emotions present right now may perhaps need to be kept in check, as Mars and Neptune, both currently in Pisces, conjunct one another; while this is not a bad thing, you may need to look beyond those Piscean rose-colored glasses. Jupiter is now poised to show you what it has up its sleeve for you over the coming year, through December 2, 2019; you have waited since its entrance into home sign of Sagittarius back on November 8. This is your kick-off moment. Clarity begins to return with a newly direct Mercury, and you shall feel increasingly in charge of tackling that daunting subject with each passing day. Most importantly here is the need to remain grounded.

Very often it is easy to be limited by one’s own choices, not seeing that there is free will, but all of that is changing now, providing you with the impetus to work on free yourself from a situation which has left you feeling cheated, betrayed, and actually suffering a crisis of lack. The New Moon, Jupiter, the Sun, the entire Sagittarius vibe itself, is bringing you increased optimism, so, as the Universe is helping set all of this up for you, it is necessary for you to set emotions aside and slice right on through, making YOUR priorities your priority.

Intuitively you knew this day would come. Between this New Moon in Sagittarius, and next month’s New Moon Partial Solar Eclipse in Capricorn, you are standing up once again, taking charge, and shifting your focus to what you have been given to work with, in order to regain your power and security. Give yourself about six weeks, at the time of the Full Moon Total Lunar Eclipse at Leo, and you will see that you have achieved a monumental victory over that thing which has been keeping you up at night. The trick here with this New Moon is going to be remaining grounded, focusing on the facts, while still maintaining the possibilities of your hopes and dreams. Set aside your disappointments and focus on your personal self-care, as you begin to navigate this next, and extremely important, part of your journey. Don’t forget to check out my detailed, in-depth Tarot Guidance for this New Moon in Sagittarius, available now through the Patreon app or in my Special Tarot Guidance Members Only Area on Facebook.

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Featured Card of the Day – 4 of Swords – Considerate Cat Tarot by Madeleine Illustration

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Artist: Madeleine Belanger

Website: http://www.consideratecat.com

Keywords

Meditation, Perspective, Rest

Card Meaning

Take a break. You need it and badly. To be able to be your best slef you must be able to rejuvenate yourself. Take five minutes if that’s all you can squeeze in.

Featured Card of the Day – 9 of Swords – Considerate Cat Tarot by Madeleine Illustration

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Artist: Madeleine Belanger

Website: http://www.consideratecat.com

Keywords

Worry, Guilt, Fear

Card Meaning

Nine of Swords is representative of fear, anxiety, restlessness, and nightmares. There is something that is creating these feelings in your life and you must address them to find peace.

Featured Card of the Day – 10 of Wands – Considerate Cat Tarot by Madeleine Illustration

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Artist: Madeleine Belanger

Website: http://www.consideratecat.com

Keywords

Burdens, Responsibility

Card Meaning

You have a lot on your plate right now and are feeling extremely overwhelmed. You might also feel like these are all of your responsibility and you can’t share the burden. This is never true, help is always available.

Featured Card of the Day – The Fool – New Babylonian Tarot by Roxana Paul

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Artist: Roxana Paul

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Artist Interpretation

A young man walks carefree, ignoring the apparent danger to fall over a cliff. He is the “classical” Fool with all attributes, including a little dog, a bag with his modest belongings hanged on the stick, and the white rose in his hand. The Fool is Gilgamesh, a semi-legendary king of the Sumerian city of Uruk, in the very beginning of his life path when he was arrogant and emotionally innocent, having no worries and looking for adventures. He has just started his way to rebirth and enlightenment through sufferings and obtaining knowledge.

Card Meaning

The Epic of Gilgamesh, the first written story, outperforming Homer for 1,500 years, narrates of Gilgamesh’s futile quest for immortality. His long and dangerous journey to discover the secret of eternal life changed the king. Starting as a fool, he becomes the better man, witty, inventive, and creative person. Having passed through all adversities, Gilgamesh develops loyalty and respect for the gods to become a wise and devoted king of Uruk.

This card represents the Fool’s path, following which people suppose that they move to the goal, but in fact they are absorbed by their follies, overcome obstacles that they create themselves, act impulsively without reasoning, feel safe in dangerous situations, and believe in something out of common sense. The Fool, an innocent young man with a brave heart, is in search of a new experience. Living in the moment, he is free of burdens and responsibilities. The Fool is about to start a new journey, a mission, or a quest for a new life path.

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Featured Card of the Day – The Chariot – New Babylonian Tarot by Roxana Paul

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Artist: Roxana Paul

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Artist Interpretation

The powerful Sumerian god Adad (Hadad) in a golden helmet sits in a chariot pulled by two horses. He has just exited a temple arc decorated with bas-reliefs from the Sumer epoch. The divine charioteer does not hold the reins, and the horses run free, symbolizing the idea does not restrain the natural stream of events.

Adad, the Sumerian god of weather, spends most of his time hurtling around in his chariot and littering the skies with forked lightning. He had several appropriate titles, including the “Lord of the Natural World of Elements,” “Master of Earth,” “the Earth Shaker,” as well as “the Lord of the Clouds and Rains.” Adad represented cosmic elemental powers projected on earth through natural phenomena. He also had a gift to perceive the future.

Card Meaning

The Chariot impersonates victory, triumph, and success. In a broad sense, he incarnates self-control, confidence, commitment, and focus that lead to success. The Chariot also relates to journeys and explorations. He symbolizes a person of self-control and determination who achieved that through careful planning and hard work. Having faith in self and being focused, a person can overcome any obstacles to achieving goals.

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Featured Card of the Day – The Tower – Paulina Tarot by Paulina Cassidy

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Sudden disruptions, reversal in fortune, loss, emotional outbursts, a flash of insight, acceptance of sudden change.

Reversed: Less severe forms of the above, entrappment within a set of unalterable circumstances.