Capricorn/Capricorn Rising* (Dec 21-Jan 19): Your Tarot GPS (TGPS) moves in delight at fall's middle. You and Scorpio have so much in common. Your two signs are the "sisters of a different mother." Siblings with mutual suspicion and mistrust of the superficial, you must release reactionary cynicism. At least investigate what's giving you a seemingly jaundiced eye. Everyone is not out to get over on you. Everyone is not interested only in what's below your belt (whether your pants sag or not). New moon in Scorpio highlights your place in your chosen community, exuberantly speaking about how we can move beyond our worst hurts. You teach those who listen how to manage our expectations without becoming jaded and nastily rebellious. You are more likely to develop a mercenary, "ends justify the means" reality, when you have not allowed yourself to feel love given to you and, more important, accept what you are feeling.
Aquarius/Aquarius Rising* (Jan 20-Feb 19): You abhor hierarchy. Class status based on ancestral wealth smells. Taking out an argument based on reincarnation, you think it's folly to trade upon what you did not earn, unless said wealth is being offered to you when you need it the most. Sure, it's people you do not like, but the concept of humanity sharing beyond outmoded capitalist models usually works for you. Scorpio time of you places your role in your community under a magnifying glass. Some games you may just have to play in order to advance. With Uranus (freedom) in Aries (individual spontaneous effort), you have little choice but to respond to your career's next steps in the moment when they are presented ... leaving your worst-case scenario premonitions behind. Can't get through Scorpio without letting go of some of your baggage. Your three spilled cups have spoiled in archaic beliefs of your own presumed scapegoat characteristics. Who hurt you so badly when you thought yourself powerless? Begin reframing that pain, now.
Scorpio/Scorpio Rising* (Oct 23-Nov 21): Your TGPS (Tarot Global Positioning System) comes in this week under the Five of Cups. Being a profound feeling sign, you can become entranced with your own emotional depths. Refusing to let anything go, you easily get locked into the grief of milk that has spilt. It'd be better to look into the two or three cups nourishment that you're expecting to fulfill you than to look backwards to where you've have become to familiar with hurt, pain and disappointment.. Helping you this week is none other than a New Moon in Scorpio on Wednesday, October 26 at 2:55p. Increased focus on your special brand of individual behavior and moxie. Even though you might like lots of light shining your way, we want your illumination. To reiterate, stay sitting prettily between those you want to seek some kind of revenge (not forgetting). Take the higher ground where no one can touch you.
Sagittarius/Sagittarius Rising* (Nov 22-Dec 19): As you develop your particular intuitive gifts that brings wisdom to you and your associates, you perceive middle fall to be heavy. You can handle the dense and intense, just not the boring or dumb. Your inner world has been giving you a go for its money regarding your seeing multiple dimensions. It's like bizarro world, what's up is down akin to your playing the role of Alice. You're the zodiac's ultimate traveler, so exactly where is your wonderland? With your identity and expansive philosophical self meet each other in a state of clarity, you can feel you can rarely do enough for your family. Bite, but don't shoot, the bullet untilme games you may just have to play in order to advance. With Uranus (freedom) in Aries (individual spontaneous effort), you have little choice but to respond to your career's next steps in the moment when they are presented ... leaving your worse case scenario premonitions behind. Can't get through Scorpio without letting go of some of your baggage. Your three spilled cups have spoiled in archaic beliefs of your own presumed scapegoat characteristics. Who hurt you so badly when you thought yourself powerless? Begin reframed that pain, now.