Sagittarius is considered to be quite lucky and with a week beginning with the planet Mercury which has much to do with negotiating, especially when it is in a fabulous aspect to Pluto, this is a perfect time to sit down, sort through and look at your investments, savings, and estate planning. Questions arise about whether to buy or sell or hold. Some questions might be whether to remodel and/or reorganize large parts of your life, your possessions and even your time schedules. This is the time to think about these things as we are near to the end of the tax year.
There is chatter about the tax laws changing and it behooves anyone in a position with family obligations to reorder their financial papers and discuss with someone who is very experienced, some strategic planning and making a portion of that planning – where you give something back. We prosper when we give. We prosper when we share. Money and security (some of the big issues that will be in the news while the North Node is in Taurus starting in January) are really about value systems – changing value systems and, of course, changing global formats.
In the first days of this week, communications are a little slow until we get to the day before American Thanksgiving at which point Mercury enters Sagittarius, which will make for a very social and chatty four-day holiday. Chanukkah begins on Sunday November 28 and ends on December 6 as the Sun and Mercury in Sagittarius are together – perfect time to reconnect with people we deeply care about and finally visit with each other and just take a few moments to relish the fact that we may soon be able to connect with our dear friends in real situations at real tables with a lovely cup of coffee or glass of wine. Stay safe. Please vaccinate and if you are not vaccinated, the courteous thing is to tell your hosts and loved ones that you aren’t.
Happy Thanksgiving to all you dear people, dear clients, dear friends who have been of such great support over the years. The years have gone quickly, I think of so many of you so often and cannot believe how time has flown. Though we don’t see each other, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Happy Holidays to you all.