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Posted by on Dec 23, 2011 in 2011, Previous

Christmas Eve New Moon

December 24, 10:06 a.m. PT
02 degrees and 34 minutes of Capricorn

This last New Moon of 2011 marks the ending of another extraodinary Astrological year! Anticipate joyful expanded awarness with a stunning aspect to fun-loving philosophical Jupiter. Expect the unexpected as the planet Uranus is joining this planetary party and sure to mix things up through Christmas day. Falling in the sign of Capricorn, this New Moon will join the powerful force of Pluto. Be prepared to feel or witness others expressive emotions which could promote tense holiday moments.

Despite the serious Capricorn tone, the aspects to this final lunation cycle of 2011 are supportive. New Moons encourage us to initiate new beginnings. With Pluto’s transformative influence you are given an auspicious opportunity to change your perspective, and therefore change your reality. This New Moon in Capricorn is encouraging you to take responsibility, control any emotions that lead to dark places (Pluto) and redirect them to positive new opportunities—Jupiter. When you step out of “Capricorn fear” and into “Pluto self-empowerment” you can gain abundant opportunities.

“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at will change.”  – Wayne Dyer

I have written and presented Astrological, spiritual and scientific information on the individual and collective changes occurring on our beautiful planet for quite some time now. Every day we are witness to the continuation of an unstoppable and unprecedented global mass awakening. This awakening is an assurance of many more exciting changes to come that will require conscious, peaceful collaboration from each of us. Astrologically, this month—December 2011—is an especially important time to meditate and come together in love, prayer, and sacred ceremony for the celebration of life and the invocation of peace on Earth.

Wishing each of you abundant love, peace and prosperity during this holiday season and coming New Year.

Namaste,

Linda Kaye   

 

Copyright 2011 by Linda Kaye