Wheeew… We made it past that Mercury retrograde. Now, if we can just make it through the end of the Mayan Long Count calendar of 5,125 years that started around September 26, 3113 B.C., and ends (resets?) at approximately December 23, 2012 A.D. (the calendar wasn’t utilized, however, for its first thousand years). Have you realized that we’re not being bombarded with doomsday Mayan prophecy rhetoric through the media this year? Thank you to the powers that be! It’s good to know that BIG BROTHER still has enough clout to subdue the media (for our own good, of course), thus avoiding the “Y2K” paranoia that heralded the year 2000. The Milky Way has a slit running down its middle. Now, I’m a Scorpio, but it sure looks “feminine” to me — and it must have looked that way to the not-so-spear-chuckin’ Maya, who termed the rift the “Mother of All,” if you catch my (our) drift. That’s where the Earth is/will be situated on December 23rd. It’s simply a time to be born again. The humble do it with every breath… Let us remain humble and prepare for success. —MOJOPO


i SAGITTARIUS (11.23-12.21)  This is a magical 2 weeks! Time for you to take care of the loose ends and all the chores left undone as you gear up for the Cazimi New Moon in your sign on December 13, which will be conjunct the Hunab Ku, the GOD of the Maya and the center of our Milky Way galaxy! This is a very, very lucky transit — and you are the luckiest sign in the zodiac! Shoot the Moon! If you gaze upon the night sky, you’ll see/know why. The constellation Orion (the hunter) is pointing the way with his arrow, aiming at your ruler Jupiter. Take your shot on or after the 13th.

j CAPRICORN (12.22-1.20)  Venus just kissed Saturn (in your 11th House) last Moonday, as Mercury moved direct 2 days before the Full Moon in Gemini in your theoretical 6th House. You feel/fell in love with another 1 (or 2) at work, Boo Boo. And yes, Scorpios are the best in the rack — or your money back! How does the MOJO know? Maybe he’s a know-it-all Scorpio? You’ve got the next 2/3 years to study sex/Tantra and find out for your self — and then you’ll know.

k AQUARIUS (1.21-2.19)  Read Sagittarius. Your esoteric ruler, the planet Uranus, finally makes a move forward at 4° Aries (especially affecting interaction with a March Aries) at dawn on the 13th, right after the New Cazimi Moon in Sagittarius. Stay up late after midnight on the 12th and make a wish between 2:12 and 3:12 — and then expect manifestation around April 1, 2013, when the Sun conjuncts the planet Uranus and shines light upon something new, eccentric and exciting — 3 of your favorite things! Wake up on the 13th and make it happen. (It starts at a party…?)

l PISCES (2.20-3.20) Jupiterians: Please read Sagittarius and get lucky. You’ll have 2 choices concerning your 4th House — your home center. New roommate? “Naptunians”: (No, that wasn’t a misspelled word. Please read further.) It’s time (Saturn trine your esoteric ruler Neptune in early Pisces) for you to take a nap — not wake up. For it’s not necessarily your need to sleep…it’s your need to dream calling to ya. Starting now, keep/start a dream diary and mark the dates and times of your dreams (and illustrate them?) ’til your birthday. Try to figure out what your subconscious wishes to enlighten you about as a birthday present from the universe.

a ARIES (3.21-4.20)  Please read Sagittarius to get a feel for the game. Your good luck wish on the morning of the 13th is/will be involving (your 9th House) higher education and/or traveling — or both? The planet Jupiter rules optimism, generosity and luck, so the more optimistic and generous you become, the more luck will try to find you. Buenas fortunas!

b TAURUS (4.21-5.20)  Venus is in opposition ’til the 17th. A now-direct Mercury opposes Taurus ’til the 10th, after conjuncting Saturn, also in opposition. Get the picture? Low profile. Stay at home and protect yourself from the unexpected. The planet Uranus resides (retrograde ’til the 13th) in your 12th House of self-undoing. Protect yourself during such a vulnerable time period.

c GEMINI (5.21-6.21)  You’re back! Time to work through and redirect your last 3 weeks. Mercury is in Scorpio, redirecting your work situation. It then moves into Sagittarius, redirecting your relationship situation. You’re on your way back…slowly.

d CANCER (6.22-7.22)  Please read Sagittarius to help get ready for the Cazimi New Moon in lucky, gregarious Sagittarius. It will affect your 6th House of health and work. Sounds/feels like a raise?

e LEO (7.23-8.22)  Please read Sagittarius and take care of loose ends involving your children, your art and the pleasure you get/acquire from your creative expression — all peaking on the 13th!

f VIRGO (8.23-9.22)  Party at your House on the 13th! Trust me and get your (4th) house together so as to enjoy your part in this coming holiday season — if you need a reason.

g LIBRA (9.23-10.22)  Make money through your art. Read Sagittarius and get ready. The Cazimi New Moon in Sagittarius is in your 3rd House of brothers and sisters and your everyday world — getting you ready for the holidays. Unexpected opposition shows up — especially for September-born Libras — along with the Cazimi New Moon on the 13th, as the planet Uranus moves direct for the first time since mid-July.

h SCORPIO (10.23-11.22)  You’ve bitten off a BIG piece, haven’t you? It’s okay. You’re experiencing a lot of planetary enhancement with Saturn, Mercury, Venus and the North Node of this lifetime’s karma all in Scorpio. You’ll get paid on the 13th (with the Cazimi New Moon), as the planet of the unexpected moves direct in your 6th House of work. If you study yoga (whatever that means to you) for these next 3 years, I predict that you’ll attain everything you seek. That’s how I did it. Put yourself in a win/win situation.

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