New Moon in Sagittarius and a Hints to Santa New Moon Ritual

A quote that always comes to mind when I think of Sagittarius is “not all those who wander are lost.” I have a bracelet with that inscription and I wear it when I’m in the “between” places—when I’m neither here nor there, and I’m okay with it. Sometimes we’re not okay with the between places, but that’s another story.

New Moon at 26°31 Sagittarius
December 18, Eastern and Central Zones
December 17, Mountain and Pacific Zones

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Moon into Sagittarius, Full on June 9

Moon in Sagittarius, June 7, 7:01pm – June 10, 7:37am EDT. Full Moon at 9:11am, June 9th.

I think I need to start this post by explaining the pic I chose for Sagittarius. Sagittarius is most often depicted as the truth-seeking philosopher priest of the zodiac, and he is. He definitely is. But he’s also a comic and has a knack for peppering his stories with tall tales, exaggeration, and humor. If you’ve ever watched the movie, Big Fish, you’ve watched a magnificent example of Sagittarius storytelling in action. (Watch the trailer at the bottom of the post.)

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Mercury enters Sagittarius

We’ve all been someplace that was super serious or somber and someone said something really funny and it changed the mood of the room. You’ve been there, right? Well, Mercury just entered Sagittarius from serious Capricorn and the universe said something funny.


Mercury enters Sagittarius today until the 8th when he turns direct again. By the 12th, he’s back in Capricorn.

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Sagittarius Lunation: Crescent Phase; Tool for the Phase: Take the Leap

The Crescent phase of the Sagittarius Lunation began at 8:35am ET on December 3rd and lasts through December 7th, 4:03am. The Moon changes from Capricorn to Aquarius on the 3rd, and moves into Pisces on the 5th. The last quarter of the zodiac is our driving force to take serious action on our New Moon dreams. Continue reading

New Moon in Sagittarius ~ Tools for the Day

Happy New Moon in Sagittarius!

The Moon is New in Sagittarius today with the New Phase lasting through December 3rd. If you haven’t made your New Moon wishes, intentions, or figured out what New Moon Dream to manifest this month, here are a few tools for the day that might inspire you. If you have already made your intentions, wishes, or dreams, these tools can help you stay attuned to the energy of the Sagittarius lunation throughout the coming four weeks. Continue reading

Close of the Scorpio Lunation: The Old Moon and The Shaman

The Old Moon, the final day or so of the Scorpio Lunation, offers some very useful tools to move us into the New Moon in Sagittarius on November 29th. We have entered the dream time of the lunation cycle where we are most likely to meet with the messengers from the spirit world to inspire us as we reach for our New Moon Dreams. Continue reading

Moon in Sagittarius, September 7-10, 2016; Jupiter in 29th Degree Virgo

Late day on the 7th, the Moon moves into Sagittarius where we typically find friendly attitudes and jolly moods. There’s a need for freedom, too, so a little bit of extra metaphysical rope goes a long way on these Jupiter-ruled days.

Do keep your rope relaxed the next few days because there’s a standoff between earth and fire in the skies. Four planets in earth have us feeling earth-bound and four in fire want us to rise higher and higher. Continue reading

Turquoise, Stone of Sagittarius

From my home and garden site:

Lunar Home and Garden

There’s a New Moon in Sagittarius today which made me think to wear my turquoise earrings. Turquoise is considered a star stone of Sagittarius, with topaz more commonly recognized as the birthstone of November.  Whether you’re a November or December born Sagittarian, this is your stone.

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Recipes for Moon Water to Add Oomph to Your Intentions

What is Moon Water?

Nothing other than water left out under the Moon. Usually done during a Full Moon, Moon Water is said to take on the qualities of the Full Moon’s sign ~ it’s  “charged” by the Moon. You simply draw a container of water, place a covering over it to keep the ickies out, and leave it under the Full Moon. Bring it in the next morning, and there’s your Moon Water.

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