For those who don’t know, there will be a new Moon just a couple of weeks before we bring in the Christmas and New Year festivities. This event will be observed on 6 and 7, depending upon the time zone you follow. For Eastern and Central it would be around two in the morning and as per Pacific standard, it could be clearly observed around the midnight.
Having said that, this lunation will take place in the sign of Sagittarius. Now, despite the happy and jolly characteristics of the Sagittarius, this Astrological event is no way close to this zodiac.
Apart from being a holiday month, December is also known to be an eventful period in terms of Astrology and considered a significant phase for the ever-so-changing celestial arrangements. There is a lot that you can witness in this month like some spectacular meteor showers and the refreshing December solstice.
Now speaking of Astrological events, it’s important to consider the first such major observation for this month. And that would be the New moon taking place on the 6th at around 11:19 pm as per Pacific standard time. Much like any other astronomical occurrence, this one too has a relation with Astrology.
Mercury elongation, Geminids meteor shower, Ursids meteor shower, and December solstice, are only a few amongst many Astronomical events taking place this month. We may not realize but there’s a lot happening out up there in the endless dark stretches. And let's face it, either it’s a meteor shower, stars crashing into each other, or regular planetary retrogrades, these cosmological events have a tremendous impact on our daily lives. Now here, we may not talk about one of such spectacular event but we definitely have managed to crack up your mood for some Astrology stuff.
As mentioned, December is an eventful month in terms of Astrology, and one such event that is going to be significant this December is New Moon. Now you would be thinking what could have possibly made this month’s New Moon so special as it occurs once after every thirty days, then you must read this article.
Hanukkah is a Jewish festival which lasts for eight days. Much like most of the Americans, you too may celebrate this holiday by lighting menorah, eating some lip-smacking fried stuff, and spinning the dreidel to win some wonderful presents. But like always, there is much more to this festival than enjoying good food and candles. There is so much that you don’t really know.
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For starters, despite being a popular global festival, Hanukkah doesn’t follow the Gregorian calendar(one that we refer to for each event). It is celebrated according to the Hebrew calendar. That’s why the Hanukkah holidays are observed at different days every year.
As amazing a Thanksgiving dinner may taste like but you got to admit, it isn’t exactly as cheap. And after all when you have an elaborate menu like this one with five side dishes, four types of pie, and a massive turkey, no wonder the grocery bill notches up to a yearly high. But again, the merriment, the happiness, and the memorable evening that you score are just priceless.
Thanksgiving is a midway halt on your way to the new year’s that started from Halloween.
November has always been the kind of eventful month an Astrologer would want to study. There’s already so much that has taken place like the extra #newmoon, Jupiter moving out of Scorpio, and Mercury retrograde that it’s difficult to think about anything but these dynamic events. Not to forget the influence these events have on our daily lives. Having said that, we would also want to point out BlackFriday is lined up. Now for the fact that astrology has its effects on everything that we see and experience, it’s only plausible to consider that anything that happens in this month should also have a significant impact on the socio-economic scenario as well.
Although there are multiple events taking place even as you read this article, in the black stretches far far away from here, there is one specific occurrence that is most talked about in the Astrology circles this month. And that event is the Full Moon, observed right on Black Friday.