More beings leave their bodies during the sign of Scorpio than any other. That’s one reason it’s the sign representing death, which is when the/your “ka” resumes its journey through eternity. Thanksgiving is a counting of heads (from the youngest to the oldest), a sharing of food and a giving of thanks from/unto those still remaining. It always falls on the 4th Thursday in November. “Thor,” after which Thursday is named, equals Jupiter, the ruler of Sagittarius, which is the sign we are entering and the one marking the start of the spiritual quadrant of the zodiac. Mercury is still retrograde ’til Moonday the 26th, so we might as well just enjoy ourselves ’til we have to put ’er back in gear. See ya there, Jelly Bear…

i SAGITTARIUS (11.23-12.21)  Gobble now — then wait 3 weeks. One to wait for all the confusion to be done (Mercury moves direct on November 26th), and then 2 more to take care of your loose ends. The Full Moon in Gemini on November 28th will be conjunct your ruler Jupiter. “Should I go or should I stay?” How does the MOJO know? After that, you’ll have 2 weeks to pick up the loose ends and find out. Your “hot spot” is/will be the Cazimi New Moon in Sagittarius on December 13th. Cazimi means “heart of the Sun,” and as far as I can tell from studying these Cazimi Moons this year, it seems to be very good luck for you and for me. You’ll/we’ll see…for yours is the sign of prophecy.

j CAPRICORN (12.22-1.20)  As I’ve said, you and Scorpio are joined at the hip (What a nice way of putting it! …Was it good for you?) for these next 3 years. Teach ’em how to get by economically and introduce them to your version of yoga(?) — and they’ll teach you more positions than you ever thought possible…and their Tantra. Mercury moves direct in Scorpio at sunset on Moonday the 26th, followed by Venus conjunct your ruler Saturn in early Scorpio, beginning your meditation on the concept that “old people need love (Tantra) too.”

k AQUARIUS (1.21-2.19)  Saturnians: Please read Capricorn. Uranians: Your lucky turnaround is scheduled for December 13th’s Cazimi New Moon in Sagittarius, as your esoteric ruler (the planet Uranus) finally moves direct and you begin to realize which way — and where — you’re heading by/on April Fool’s Day. Just sit back and enjoy ’til then. Gobble, gobble!

l PISCES (2.20-3.20) Mysticism finally has a chance to surface from the depths of the subconscious as your mundane ruler Jupiter continues retrograde (in a passive gear ’til 2013), while Neptune, your esoteric ruler of dreams (and therefore, the subconscious), has moved direct since November 11th. Welcome your intuitions and dreams as clues from your god; especially since there’s little pragmatic, scientific proof for any of the 3. “Step over the edge where sounds blow free.” —from mystic, musician and vou dou childe Jimi Hendrix.

a ARIES (3.21-4.20)  Gather — then channel — your energy (your ruler Mars in its sign of exaltation, Capricorn) ’til Christmas Day, when you place your acquired gift(s) under the tree and devote them to the good of humanity, as Mars enters Aquarius.

b TAURUS (4.21-5.20)  How was the last Full Moon in Taurus on October 29th(!) for you? Any survivors — or just more jivers? Gobble up your turkey and lick your wounds — or talk your (new) lover (we hope?) into it! Venus just entered your opposite sign of Scorpio ’til mid-December. Let Venus come between us. Give it all up for love. You(’ll) have no other choice throughout this entire incarnation. Let Venus…

c GEMINI (5.21-6.21)  Eat as much turkey as possible, completely veg out, watch as much aimless tv, porn (Mercury in Scorpio) and football as you humanly can, screen your calls (or don’t even look at them), keep your sense of humor and get ready for a rumour (that’s a rumor involving “amour”) after Moonday, started by a jerk at work (Mercury retrograde ’til the 26th in your theoretical 6th House).

d CANCER (6.22-7.22)  Food is the answer! Welcome into your most holy/happy holiday season! You don’t need a reason to gobble, gobble, gobble. But what is it we are truly seeking while (why) we are truly overeating? Security? Maybe we are entering/heralding the sign (Sagittarius) of aspiration? Get ready to fulfill your aspirations. Eat and sleep (2 of your favorite things, right?) ’til Moonday.

e LEO (7.23-8.22)  You can hang loose, starting early on Moonday morning. ’Til then, eat, sleep, watch tv, eat some more, sleep some more — and stay out of trouble. It’s still looking for you at home (Mercury retrograde in your theoretical 4th House of Scorpio ’til the 26th).

f VIRGO (8.23-9.22)  Please read Gemini. That “rumour” could/should affect your home center, in opposition to your 10th House of fame, fortune and symbols of authority. (Are you [thinkin’ ’bout] bangin’ da boss again?!) How does the MOJO know?

g LIBRA (9.23-10.22)  As your ruler Venus sojourns in Scorpio ’til mid-December you can make money through art, fall in love with a sexxxy Scorpio, or — as Venus conjuncts Saturn on Moonday, while Mercury moves direct — be drawn to an older, wiser (more wizard-like?) Scorpio… Know one? It/they could/should last a day, at least ’til around mid-afternoon on the 27th (Tuesday), when Mars conjuncts Pluto in Saturn-ruled Capricorn.

h SCORPIO (10.23-11.22)  Here comes Venus conjunct Saturn, affecting Scorpios born (or anyone with planets) around Halloween. Lasting love, Tantra, a decision to live your life as a yogi/yogini, thanking your parents by telling/showing ’em that you love ’em (it’s never too late to say “I love you”), creating art that endures, and meditating on love and its effects/reactions and what you’ve learned so far while here on Earth… Take your pick, Slick. Hey, I hear there may be a Libra next door lookin’ fer ya…

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