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Today we will look at the New Moon in Sagittarius, and I'll tell you why this is one of the most exciting lunar transits of the year.
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Hey everyone, this is Adam Elenbaas from nightlight astrology, and today we are going to take a look at the New Moon in Sagittarius. And I'm going to tell you why I think this is one of the most exciting lunar cycles of the year, I use the word spectacular, not just to, you know, generate clicks, but because it's, I chose that word very specifically. So I'll even tell you about why I chose the word spectacular for today's video. But we're going to take a look at this new moon cycle and some of the really promising things that are coming, especially as this moon cycle develops and Mercury and Venus move into their visible Eveningstar phases. We're gonna talk about why that is so spectacular.
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Okay, well, I want to tell you, first of all, before we get into this new Moon, I want to tell you why I use the word spectacular. Did you know that the etymology of the word spectacular comes from Old French spectacle; site a spectacle, as in the Roman games, from Latin spectaculum, a public show a spectacle a place from which shows are seen; from spectare, to view watch or behold, which I think is really interesting. But the one that I like the most is specially prepared or arranged display.
So you have the sense of, like, if you've ever been to a live theater performance before, I remember when I was living in New York City, one of the things that I did pretty, I mean, not, I guess not all the time, but I did somewhat regularly while I lived there for three years is I went, and I saw plays on Broadway off-Broadway theater scene in Manhattan in New York City, in general, is fantastic. And I really enjoyed one of the things that I learned to enjoy, though, because I met people while I was there who weren't used to often think of plays; you think of the people, these people like me who sit in the seats watching it, oh, it's the actors, it's all about the actors in the acting.
But actually, half of what makes a play so amazing is how the stage is crafted and how it's set up to hold the story. And oftentimes, there's a tremendous art that goes into it because you have a limited amount of space. And yet you have to be able to change the scenery and the mood and certain elements of a story that can only be conveyed by the background, right. And so half of a play I learned in New York City for really for the first time in my life is how well arranged the stage can be to convey something.
So I use this word deliberately because one of the things that is happening under the banner of this moon cycle, as the moon cycle unfolds, there is a well or specially prepared or arranged display that is going to start taking shape, especially through the Evening Star appearances of Mercury and Venus. Those two planets are going to be rising and making their appearances as evening stars late into this moon cycle. And in a way, the entire cycle is about what they are dealing with behind the scenes, setting up the stage for something really special to happen at the end. And that when they come together and they are visible in the sky. First of all, it's beautiful. And you just get that feeling. I mean, I mean, I get this; anytime you know the Moon, you can see the Moon with Venus in the sky, or maybe Mars and Saturn or something like that are visible. And there's just something so beautiful about seeing those well arranged cosmic displays.
In fact, the word Cosmos etymologically shares roots with the word cosmetic, which means a well arranged display. So the word spectacular, the word cosmetic, and the word Cosmos all share in common the idea of something beautifully arranged. And it's the beautiful arrangement that often allows for something to be transmitted or communicated, some greater plot to unfold or something to be spoken or a meaning to be transmitted, or catharsis to be delivered right on the stage with the actors in the main plotline. But so much of it is also about the well arranged display that holds the space for something else to come through. So remember that because we're going to be touching on that as we go on and get deeper into this moon cycle today.
All right, well, let's actually pull up the real-time clock and take a look at the moon cycle first. So here is the new Moon. And you can see the new Moon is in Sagittarius. It is coming through Wednesday, November 23. There's the two of them coming together when they conjoined. That's a new moon. And what you'll see, we just talked yesterday about Mercury and Venus conjoining. They're still traveling together in the sky. And even though my degree they're separating, they are going to be traveling together now for quite some time. And they will make cooperating appearances as evening stars pretty soon. So and that's what this moon cycle holds.
So if we just walk this moon cycle along, what's going to happen is Venus and Mercury are going to gradually gain more distance and separation from the degree of the Sun. So you can see right now, Venus is at 20 degrees of Sagittarius is at about 10 degrees. Apart from the Sun, Mercury at 23 Sagittarius is about 13 degrees away from the Sun. So generally speaking, on average, when planets get to about 15 degrees away from the Sun separating from the Sun, it's right around that 15-degree mark that they make their appearance as an evening star or as a morning star. Now, often the planet separating from the Sun, as the morning star, will be coming out through a retrograde in the case of Venus and Mercury, for example.
So it is this stage of appearing from beneath the rays or beams of the Sun or under the beams of the Sun and making its appearance as an evening star. This was considered to be a moment of great importance for ancient astrologers because it would mean that they were coming from out of the underworld. And from the transition of having been a morning star into the Evening Star. It's a kind of transformation that takes place. And especially when the planets first appear visibly, there were a variety of themes that were associated with that moment. So we're going to talk about those themes. And then we're going to talk about why this particular set of appearances from Mercury and Venus are such a big deal because it's not just any old Eveningstar appearance, which, you know, doesn't happen, like every day or anything, but this one is special. So why is it special? We'll get there in just a second. But first, let me just kind of show you what the cycle of Venus and Mercury looks like a little bit more in-depth. So I'm going to get rid of everything in the sky except for Mercury and Venus and the Sun and Moon.
Now, what I want to show you is what the cycle looks like. So we unpacked the cycle of Jupiter last week. Today we're going to take just a little bit of a look at the cycle of Mercury and Venus. These are things that we unpack in much greater depth and detail this year in my MasterClass series, and also in my year one and year two programs and learning how to read their meanings and natal charts, by the way. So let's go all the way back to Venus's conjunction with the Sun. So, at this point, by the way, we're going to put the nodes of the Moon in because we need to illustrate one more point that I almost forgot about; here we go.
So look, this is a conjunction between Venus and the Sun; Venus conjoins the Sun because Venus moves faster, so it's always Venus that sort of doing the conjoining, but watch what happens. You'll notice that it is a dark moon; the Moon is coming to conjoin the Sun, and Venus and Sun are cazimi. Now, astrologers had different ways of measuring the start of a synodic cycle between Mercury and Venus; some astrologers are going to use this starting point, the conjunction between Venus and the Sun that happens when Venus is in direct motion or also Mercury in direct motion. When the two planets conjoined, some astrologers throughout history will take that as the starting point, like a New Moon of The Venus synodic cycle. Other astrologers are going to take the starting point of Venus's retrograde conjunction with the Sun as the starting point; to me, I don't think there's really a right or wrong as much as it is important to track all of these Faizal developments in general. But let's just show what happens.
So after they can join, then Venus is going to start separating and gaining some ground, right, you're gonna see some distance coming in between Venus and the Sun; Venus is at nine, the Sun is at seven, then ten and eight, and eventually it pulls away by greater and greater degrees. Now Venus is about at 15, and the Sun is at 12. So it's about three degrees apart, and that keeps gaining and in separation. So then what happens is you can see that on November 8, Mercury is conjoined with the Sun, and that's a Kazimi. That conjunction would mark the start of a new cycle if you count this as the starting point. And then Mercury is going to start separating from the Sun.
Okay, so these are like seed planting moments and the gestation and development of the planet then separating in the case of Mercury and Venus from the Sun, moving further away from the Sun, and then eventually when it gets to about 15 degrees apart from the Sun, roughly speaking, it then emerges and appears in this case in the evening sky it how can you tell us the evening sky? Well, look, right here. We have you can see that we have the seventh house. Actually, what I'll do is I'll put in the ascendant descendant so you can see that a little bit. Here we go. So there's the descendant. Now, what I want you to notice is that when the Sun sets, so now the Sun has set. Notice that after the Sun sets below the descendant, Mercury still pretty closely conjoined the Sun, but here's the degree of the western horizon, and Venus is above it just after the Sun sets. So that's why Venus has to gain some greater distance in space from the Sun before it appears after sunrise as a morning star. And this happens very gradually over, you know, a long period of time; Mercury's going to do the same thing, a couple, you know, within a couple of weeks.
Now, let me just show you what happens when we move this forward in a few weeks. Now, you can see that they have about their conjoining, Mercury and Venus are which we visited yesterday, and the two planets are about eight degrees apart from the Sun now. And notice the Sun is below the descendant, that means it has set, so it's below this line, which means it has set. And you can see Mercury and Venus above in the visible sky. And this would be in the evening, just after the Sun is set. So that's why we call them evening stars. There they are, right there. But they still can't be seen until they get about 15, roughly 15 degrees apart from the Sun. And so we have to wait until that distance is gained before they appear. But now they're in the process of starting to emerge after that conjunction; each of them respectively had a conjunction. Now they're starting to emerge as evening stars after the conjunction.
So that's a really important moment. Because when the planet when Venus or Mercury can joins the Sun, it's like it's being seated with something kind of like a new moon. And you can think of the appearance into the visible sky as starting to carry the significations or carry that seed intention or energy out into manifestation. Because when it appears, it is suddenly visible in the same way that the insemination you know of pregnancy happens in the invisibility of the womb. And then, when the baby comes out, it's out into the visible world. And the fruits of that conception are now made apparent to the world.
So in a similar sense, when the planets can join with the Sun, they are planting a seed that then becomes it is made manifest, made visible when the planets emerge into the Eveningstar position. Now the same would be true for both of them; when they go through Retrogrades, they go through Retrogrades, they're gonna go backward and conjoin with the Sun. And that you could think of it as another kind of seeding moment. And then, through their retrogradation, they come out on the other side of the Sun, at which point they'll emerge as morning stars just before sunrise. So what we're looking at now is a part of the synodic cycle that includes the conjunction moving into the evening visibility. And that faisel appearance of both Mercury and Venus was considered of great importance because their significations will be made manifest.
So that's kind of a regular thing. It happens, you know, every these, these planets move through their cycles relatively quickly, especially Mercury. And so it's not like uncommon to have them appearing as morning or evening stars that happens again, pretty as you know, has a rhythm and it's regularly happening since you've all been born. But what makes it really important in this case is what the seating moments looked like and how powerful those seating moments were. So let's go back to them. Look at what was happening. If we go back in time, and we say okay, well, let's go all the way back to Venus, Venus's conjunction with the Sun, look at what was happening. Get the Moon in there coming into conjoin the planets, and this was our solar eclipse of October 25. In other words, just preceding that solar eclipse in the early degrees of Scorpio was the synoptic sort of conjunction of the beginning point or like a seeding point within the Venus cycle. So you have this really important moment for Venus at the outset of that solar eclipse in the New Moon in Scorpio. So why is that important? Because Venus is carrying the manifestation of the eclipse cycle from invisible to visible. So when Venus becomes visible, the Eclipse stuff becomes visible. Makes sense? That's why it's spectacular.
It's spectacular because it is a very well arranged sequence of events between Venus at the heart of the Sun, right as a solar eclipse is coming through, and then carrying that into visibility later on in this moon cycle which starts in Sagittarius.
Now Mercury does the exact same thing. Check this out. So let's go forward and notice what Mercury is doing. There's Mercury at the heart of the Sun. And wouldn't you know it, it is now happening, Mercury passing through the heart of the Sun. Let's get to it. Here it is. So they are literally cazimi at the moment of the lunar eclipse. So now you have a lunar eclipse in Taurus; this was November 8. Here we go. There it is. And that lunar eclipse was perfectly opposed, as it always is a full moon always is to the Sun, while Mercury was at the heart of the Sun. So what does that mean? That means that the energy of both of our last eclipses were embedded and imprinted on Mercury and Venus. And isn't it interesting that they will then carry the invisible imprint of those eclipses into visible manifestation as they emerge into the Eveningstar positions. So now you get why this is spectacular. This is like a well arranged display.
Look at this. So if we go forward to the next new moon cycle, here it is. So we have this coming through Wednesday, November 23. Let me get the hours right here. So here they are coming together. And now you'll see that Mercury and Venus at the outset of this have a little bit greater distance from the Sun. And now watch what happens as the cycle goes on. As the cycle goes on, those planets are going to draw further apart here, right about here. This is December, you know, like December 5 into the sixth. Maybe we just back this up just a little bit, probably like right here, December 3, fourth, fifth, sixth, right in that early stage of December. You have Mercury appearing as the morning star. There it is. Mercury is the morning star. Now, what does that do? That carries the visible manifestation of one of our last two eclipses into it carries; the imprint, one of the two last two eclipses into visible manifestation that does not happen very often. Like that's it, that is very specific.
Right now. Let's look at what's going to happen with Venus. And you'll see the moon cycles coming through here. What's interesting is that the appearance of Mercury in early December happens as we get a full moon in Mercury's sign. Okay, so, again, not being made manifest, being made visible not just by virtue of appearing as the morning star but by virtue of the lunar eclipse happening while Mercury was cazimi. So the seeding pulling that now into manifestation, okay, but Venus is going to do the same thing. If we move forward in the cycle a little bit more, you'll see that as the cycle goes on, here, right about here, we're getting, you can see now Mercury, or Venus is about 14 degrees away from the Sun. This is about December 15. Now, last quarter, Moon is coming about in Venus's sign, Joe, excuse me, not last quarter moon, the disseminating Moon, which comes between the last quarter and the new Moon. As is happening as Venus makes her appearance in the morning sky, and the Moon is going through Libra. I think that it's fascinating that the Moon is going to be in the signs of these two planets as they are making their appearance.
Disseminating Moon can really be anything, by the way, from the full Moon off sort of all the way down. So this would be, you know, like a waning crescent, really, from last quarter all the way down to New Moon. So kind of correct myself there. So here is Venus, right about 15 degrees away from the Sun. And this is, you know, maybe more like, let's just call it December 15, all the way through about the winter solstice. It is fantastic that these two planets are coming into the visible evening sky together like you know, and what they're carrying is so much more powerful than just any old normal appearance of Venus and Mercury in the night sky Plus, they're coming together. And remember, this New Moon in Sagittarius is being toned by the conjunction of Mercury and Venus cooperatively, which we talked about yesterday.
So I hope that that leaves an impression on you as much as it leaves an impression on me. Now comes the practical piece where we say okay, we've understood the astrology, or maybe if that's been the first time that you had the Mercury and Venus cycles, you know, explain it all, it takes a little time. So, you know, don't feel like if you didn't get that right away, you know, I feel like, you know, it really took me a while to integrate some of the synodic cycles into the way that I see charts and like, if that's your first time, just let it kind of wash over you and be like, okay, you know, heard it for the first time later, I'll pick that up more.
If you're able to follow it enough, and just carrying the understanding that the month of December and this moon cycle ahead brings the visible manifestations of the eclipses out? That is plenty. But then we have to say, Well, what should we watch for, I have five themes to watch for, given that these planets are appearing. And it's rooted in the eclipses, but it would be way too complex to try to map out, you know, what exactly that might mean from each eclipse. And, like go through, you know, we'd have to like go through horoscopes, it's really, you know unless I'm looking at a specific birth chart, it's really going to be very different for each individual. So five general themes to watch for that I think this is like these are safe bets. So you should be able to see one of these things appearing from early, early December through like the winter solstice.
The first one is an announcement. Now the announcement might come from someone you know, or someone you love, someone you work with, or your boss or a company, or someone that you know, has an impact on your life, or it could come from you. But it's basically saying, here's this thing that I've been working with or thinking about or dealing with. And now I'm going to tell you about it. So it's like news, a piece of news, a letter from someone, and an announcement being made, a shift or change that you're making visible or public somehow. And it's probably something that you've been sitting with and working on for quite some time. Because remember, eclipses are, they're part of long, long cycles. But since the eclipses, maybe you've also been figuring out how to say something, how to announce something, or how to make a change visible to other people. So an announcement. Now, this would happen again between early December and late December, roughly the winter solstice.
Number two would be a decision. So the decision is similar to an announcement, but it's it doesn't necessarily have to be made public or announced; it can just be, oh, now I know, I know what I want, I know what I need to do. So a clear sense of what you want to choose or a decision being made. And that could go along with an announcement. But I want to make it clear that for many people, this won't be a public thing. It'll be very internal. It'll be psychological, it'll be a realization or a shift that you'll feel, and you'll just be like, Oh, that's clear. Usually, though, as evening stars, evening stars are more Yin in nature, which generally means that this shift or decision or choice you're making, maybe it's not being announced, maybe it's just happening internally. But that shift or choice that you're making is probably one that has a social reality behind it or alongside it, which, because the Yin tends to be more relational in nature, evening stars are part of a congregation of lights in the sky. So they imply a sort of social reality that morning stars do not morning stars stand out like the Sun stands out and drowns out all of their light.
The morning stars have much more of an individual or an individualistic nature to them, they're more yang-like, and so a Morningstar decision is usually one that sets you apart or, you know, makes you selector unique or different from others in some way, not in a bad way to could be very good way. But this is more probably of a socially conditioned shift, which means it has to do with how you show up in relationships, or how you show up at work, or how you dress or how you speak, or how you think, relative to other people you know, or places you belong to, or something like that. So it has a little bit more of like a feminine social connotation to it. But that could be any, like any social arena in your life, really the larger field that you work in or something like that, again,
this could be something that is also announced but doesn't have to be.
Number three would be a shift of philosophy, strategy, of a strategy of approach, or aesthetic, so the way something appears very Venus. So literally changing the aesthetic or changing some Venusian dimension of something that could be something as simple as like, I'm going to, you know, redecorate my living room or something like that, and probably not just for Christmas, you know, like if you celebrate, so it's probably not just like a holiday type that would be this would be like, I'm changing an aesthetic because it comes from these eclipses. So the likelihood is that if Venus is changing the appearance of something, it's going to be a little bit more dramatic. The approach Okay, so the approach or strategy, like if you're in marketing or sales, there could be something that represents both a rational strategical approach as well as a, you know, market driven advertising approach where the images or the way that you try to make your product like pleasing or attractive to people or something like that could change, if you understand what I'm saying, strategy, or approach to business or even strategy or approach to parenting or your love life or like, like anything, but you will feel it as a shift and something that your need, you need to implement or put into play, probably where it is visible in some social dynamic of your life, like, parenting or whatever. Or if it's just internal, this shift of philosophy, strategy, approach, or aesthetic would lead to you making some kind of visible changes to your attitude, or even your dress or something like that.
Number four would be a new or different appearance all together. And I think this was a little it's a little bit related to a new aesthetic, but let's just say that someone or something new appears. For example, there are going to be a lot of people who meet someone who, literally, meets someone new that they're attracted to, as Venus appears in the evening sky. And, so a new appearance could be a new person, a new job, a new subject, anything new that appears, but it will, you'll know it because it will attract your mind or it will, it will be attractive to you in a Venusian way, oh, that's pleasing, that's lovely. I'm attracted to that. So something new appearing that grabs your attention, or holds your, you know, holds you sort of in its seductive, you know, it's got you know, so it's like, watch for that.
And then number five, new or different relationships or agreements. Now I mentioned that someone could appear like someone you fall in love with, but also with Mercury and Venus, you're talking about new collaborations, new collaborations in business with new people, you know, people that you want to work with or people that are going to promote you and you're going to promote them any kind of new or blossoming relationship that has the kind of mutually beneficial; so there's like a new contracts or you know, even like working out a lease or like subleasing one of your the rooms of your house to someone or something like that. So new or different relationships or like contractual agreements or collaborations.
To me, these five themes are the ones to watch for. Let's run through them quickly again an announcement, a decision, a shift of philosophy, strategy, approach, or aesthetic, a new appearance, or maybe someone changing appearance somehow, including yourself, and then new or different relationships, contracts, agreements, or collaborations.
Let us revisit the etymology of the word spectacular. So, from the Latin, specially prepared or arranged display, a site, a spectacle as in the Roman games, a public showplace from which shows are seen, to view to watch to behold, to look at, this is going to be a spectacular moon cycle. Because when do you ever see these two planets appearing as evening stars within the context of one moon cycle while they're conjunctions with the Sun? Most recently, their seating moments both happened exactly at the time of the most recent eclipses. Fantastic.
There are some things that are going to come through that I think the nice thing about it is that, like, Venus and Mercury together are charming, just charming and very attractive and very interesting. So I'm excited. I feel like it could, like, here's what I'm expecting. I'm like, it's just a supermundane level. Someone's going to announce that a show is coming out that everyone gets excited about or, you know, and I say Game of Thrones, probably a lot of people hate that show. And I don't blame me if you did; it's pretty gory. But a show that like captures the imagination of lots of people is the remake of a movie that everyone's like, Oh my God, they're remaking that looks like, can you imagine? I don't know if they should ever remake The Goonies. We can imagine a movie like that.
Where it's the reappearance or the adjustment of an appearance, like the remake of something, and it just suddenly it's being announced or something, and it grabs everyone's attention. It's something to look at to behold, and it comes out of this deep place from the eclipses and is something that has a history behind it. So that's why I thought of the example of a remade movie or TV series of some kind that would like to grab everyone's attention, and it would sort of be announced, or you'd see like the, you know, the teaser previews would basically like, come out as these two planets get visible. But that's just one of, like, a million examples you could probably come up with.
So I would love to hear your stories on this one and see what you guys have to say as this unfolds. I think we'll probably revisit this in December and just remind ourselves Hey, here come Venus, Sun, and Mercury making their appearances. These aren't just any appearances. So I actually didn't see it like, I do my research for the year ahead. Like now, so like all, I have all of the transits I'm going to talk about for the next year on my channel mapped out for some reason; I just completely missed this until very recently that I realized that their evening star appearances were coming off conjunctions with the Sun that happened at eclipses, I was like, wow, that's, I don't think I've never seen that before. So yeah, it'll be fun to check it out together.
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