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Sagittarius (Nov. 21–Dec.21) Wander. Under Mutable Fire Sagittarius, we want to expand our horizons, travel in the mind, body or spirit, to commune with strangers and with the natural world.
— Adapted from Heather Roan Robbins' Sun Signs and Transits
© Mother Tongue Ink 2016
Black Wolf & Pomo Girl ¤ Sandy Eastoak 2010
In 2021, big changes are afoot in how you see yourself and your significant relationships. For yourself, you are learning a new definition of freedom that includes being centered rather than scattered.
Your relationships will undergo radical shifts this year, as you are challenged to listen to those closest to you in order to clearly comprehend their needs. Don't assume you know what a loved one is saying: keep asking questions until you are sure you understand.
The last Spring will be an an especially tumultuous time, but if you remember to take a deep breath, be curious, and listen, you will gain valuable insights into creating more authentic partnerships.
While you are a wanderer by nature, there is plenty to explore in the world around you without going to the four corners of the Earth.
You will be challenged to master your understanding of the immediate environment—the nature park you drive by every day, the community center down the street, your local animal shelter.
If you allow yourself to explore places like this, you will be rewarded with new vision for how to use your unique skills to make the world a better place.
— Rhea Wolf © Mother Tongue Ink 2020
Spirit+Matter 1 © Linda James 2013
We have work to do this year. We may have to rethink our whole philosophy and approach in some quadrant of our life to bring it into line with our present understanding.
Read your Sun sign, Moon sign, and Ascendent. Your ascendant points to the practical components where work needs to be done, the Sun to the evolution of your core personality, and the Moon to where you're challenged to stretch your heart.
But this year asks you to investigate the levels of that honesty—do you leave out nuances? Are the gray areas actually more honest representations?
Notice where you simplify to the truth, and then notice that people feel more at home with you and your ideas.
— Heather Roan Robbins © Mother Tongue Ink 2020
Curiosity, honesty, exploration, playfulness. We grow more curious about what's unfamiliar.
You can speak truth, talk to anybody, anytime, and say what needs to be said. Like a wild animal, you hate to feel confined and need to know your escape route, but are disarmingly inclusive and aware of your global citizenry.
Develop tact and focus.
Those born under a Sagittarius Moon are cheerfully and shockingly outspoken, can speak truth to power and see humor in dark corners.
They have a natural feel for animals, children and people from other cultures: they're global citizens. Don't fence them in; they are naturally loyal but need to feel the door is open.
Our temper lightens; we grow resilient, frank, restless, and need a change of scene. Our minds roam the natural world, to faraway places and vast philosophies.
While we're impatient with details close to home, we open our hearts to children and wild animals. Dance, hike, explore the night away.
Sagittarius's brings the end of Fall season and welcomes us into the darkness of winter. We leave the still deep waters of Scorpio to explore the wide open spaces of our inner self and prepare to launch ourselves out into the world.
Ephemeral Foccus © Autumn Skye ART 2015
The final preparations for winter are being made. We gather food, kindling and winterize the garden for the cold months. Many animals are either growing their coats thick or starting hibernation.
The nights grow dark and cold, we spend less time outside. The darkness of winter prepares us for the burst of growth that occurs, still far away yet always coming closer.
Sagittarius rules the late evening. Libra and Scorpio lets us put the sun to bed, Sagittarius shows us the vast beauty of true night.
We prepare for our own fasting and hibernation as nature does the same. Bedtime rituals flourish here. We tell stories and relax our mind into unknown worlds, mysterious places and grand adventures of myth .
Often we step outside during this time and wonder at the many worlds above our heads.
The reality of our place in this universe is revealed during this time, we can see the reaches of the universe yet still only touch them with our imagination.
These body parts enable us to travel and move. Sagittarius also known as the hunter, survives mainly due in part to the effectiveness of our motion.
The focus here is on our lower body, which can be represented as well in the sign of the centaur, a horse body of pure power lies beneath us!
Being a fire sign, once we activate these muscles and body parts, we can literally feel the "burn" of motion when exercising.
These planets yearn to roam and explore. These traits often have a deep sense of adventure and excitement. A planet in Sagittarius is shaped by philosophy and experience.
Planets in Sagittarius need to be reminded of logic and reason, or they can be clumsy and take unnecessary risks.
Overall, these planets love to express themselves and explore the wide world.
— Leah Markman © Mother Tongue Ink 2020
“The Houses (twelve pie shaped sections) of our personal birth chart attend to all areas of our life. Each house represents a basic facet of human experience from birth to death.”
The placement of each house in your natal chart is dependent on your rising sign. A person with an Aries rising has what is called a “natural chart”. A rising sign is the sign ascending on the eastern horizon on the time of your birth, it can be calculated using a rising sign calculator here!
As we further our education, we can tap into higher levels of inspiration, unfold in wisdom and develop our social conscience.
— Sandra Pastorius © Mother Tongue Ink 2018
Jupiter is our quest for truth, living the belief systems that we hold and walking the path of what those beliefs say about us.
It involves an ever expanding desire to educate the Self through knowledge toward higher law, the adventure and opportunity of being on that road—sometimes literally entailing travel and foreign or international culture, language and/or customs.
— Melissa Kae Mason, MoonCat! © Mother Tongue Ink 2011
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Capricorn (Dec. 21-Jan 19): Consolidate. Cardinal Earth Capricorn sends us back to karmic work with family, with our traditions and rituals, and asks us to reassess our purpose and the methods we choose to achieve our goals. The mood is serious, thoughtful, assessing, ambitious, and rooted deep in our histories; we must add the heart.