On December 4, 2021, at 7:45 a.m. universal time, the Moon will shoot its arrow at 12°23 in Sagittarius. She will want to be precise, not wanting to miss her target in order to achieve her goals. She will also want to be optimistic and, if her smile is not enough to calm people down, she will not hesitate to put on her knight’s armor to defend ideas and the oppressed.
This New Moon, placed under a total eclipse of the Sun, will work more in the shadows than in the light, which will be contrary to the Sagittarius philosophy. His vocation is to spread his energies far and wide, boasting of the legitimacy of his rights to assert his own, boasting of all transparency, although with him it is sometimes according to his own laws. This may be true on the surface, but this epicurean may well forget in passing that excesses always end up being paid for one day or another.
The triple conjunction of Moon/Sun/Mercury in Sagittarius at the quincunx of Uranus will point to these contradictions between the desire to move forward and the need to be reassured about the future. On a more global level, even though this aspect may impact the daily life of everyone, diplomacy will be needed to avoid being confronted with extreme situations.
The emotional power of Mars in Scorpio will want to get to the bottom of things, even if it means stimulating and provoking change. Unmotivated to compromise, it tends to express itself aggressively, if you try to control it. The trick is to select the walls to break down in order to use this energy constructively and rise above power struggles.
His trine to Neptune will attenuate or amplify these vibrations, this planet having as vocation the diffusion, as well as an ability to settle conflicts in a soft and subtle way.
The effects of a New Moon last four weeks until the next one on January 2, 2021. This one in Sagittarius will be the time for Jupiter to bid farewell to his planet during his stay in Aquarius and to enter Pisces at the end of the month, his other sign of choice. Jupiter is also a great gourmand and will propose a festive end of the year, whatever the circumstances, in order to believe that the next day will be better, if you believe in it.