There are many unanswered questions from 2017 that will be answered in the New Year. The biggest question coming out of the chaotic past 365 days is “where is the good news?”
There are major planetary shifts in the coming year that will have an impact on the world. One already happened on December 19th. Saturn, the ruler of karma, lessons, focus, reality and obstacles has moved from Sagittarius into Capricorn, where Saturn is dignified (it rules Capricorn) and feels at home. Saturn will be in the sign of Capricorn until December 17th 2020.
The next three years will be about recognizing whether you are on your correct career path. During that time, people who put in the work will be acknowledged and respected for their efforts. Why is this? Because Saturn and Capricorn rule the tenth house, the house of public life, career, reputation and success. But, you have to do the work!
Conservation is key in this period too.
If you need to cut your losses on something that is not working then do so. It’s better to tear down and rebuild because Saturn will reveal weaknesses.
We will witness order out of chaos beginning in 2018. The rebuilding process will be slow but sure, and it will create long term stability. Because this is a midterm election year in the US, look for a huge turnover in Congress. Saturn in Capricorn does not favor incumbents whose past performances were unproductive. Quite frankly all government and business leaders who have prospered under excess especially while Saturn was in Sagittarius will be under extreme scrutiny.
We will experience reality without pessimism but must have the courage to face truth. Trim the fat and apply “quality over quantity.”
Above all, do whatever it takes to succeed; practice makes perfect.
If you are a Capricorn, this can be a great time for you. The signs who will have to step it up a bit are Aries, Cancer and Libra. For Taurus and Virgo, grab the low hanging fruit. No matter what your sign is, make the effort.
Where is Capricorn in your chart? If you would like to know how this affects you, please contact me.