Your free Sagittarius horoscope for today, this week and this month. Unearth your Sagittarius star sign – dates, attributes, traits, character & more!
While this weekend’s Full Moon will not only see the Sun and Moon but their very different agendas clash, other events at the time could mitigate the tension this can bring. In this case, you have a Full Moon falling in your busy work sector, during the last full week of your old solar year and when the Sun is demanding time to hear yourself think. This is a Full Moon that will always put knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off to the test. However, there are mitigating factors that could change the dynamics. On the busy work side of the fence you have Uranus in retrograde motion and with major new income developments in just a few weeks’ time, this can be seen as an advantage and a chance to work smarter. At the same time, a rare Mercury eclipse in a nostalgic and reflective but also intuitive and imaginative part of your chart part allows you to capitalise on time out to hear yourself think.
While Jupiter won’t leave Sagittarius until early next month, this is the month that everything has been leading up to, with the faster planets returning in order to bring things home. When Jupiter returned to Sagittarius in November 2019 it wasn’t just to begin an expansive and opportune 13 month period of growth but to spend 13 months laying down the foundations for a new 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion. Mercury was here when Jupiter returned, the Sun returned a few weeks later and Venus in the New Year, all there to help get this journey underway. The last of the faster planets to make contact with Jupiter was Venus, who in the early weeks of 2019 was able to give your heart a voice. On 2nd November Venus will return to Sagittarius and as well as returning to once again give your heart a voice, this sends an immediate signal to Jupiter that it is time to wrap this up. While Jupiter won’t leave until early next month, this is when the wind up begins and by the time Venus leaves on 26th November, Jupiter will be just seven days away from leaving as well. In terms of the future that Jupiter returned last year to begin laying down the foundations for, this is the month that everything until now has led up to and everything from now will lead on from. The Sun’s return on 23rd November will not just kick off your birthday month and new solar year but will keep the continuity going after Venus and Jupiter leave. Just as significant is Venus’ return to your income sector on 26th November, where again she is returning for the second time this year. Here Venus is able to wear her planet of money hat and as she works through the laws of attraction, these can be the most potentially lucrative weeks of any year. However, Venus not only returns to team up with Saturn and Pluto here but returns just seven days before Jupiter is due to return to kick off what has the potential to be the most lucrative 12 months in over a decade.