Gemini – December 2019

by Agent 300 Rose Marcus

GEMINI May 20 – June 20

Mercury finishes its tour of Scorpio on December 9, but Mars continues in this sign through January 3. Both put added concentration on getting it worked out and under better control. Despite the obsessive quality of the transit, Mars wants you to put a limit on how much you spend, how much you do and how much you take on. In other words, don’t let the pressure get to you. Drive in the reasonable lane, this regarding finances, physical and emotional wellbeing. Continuing in Capricorn through December 19, Venus in Capricorn can help you to do just that. Venus can help you to make the most of your money and time.

The full moon in Gemini on December 11 is accompanied by Venus/Saturn (conjunction) and transits to both Mercury (opposition) and Neptune (square.)  December 10, 11 is a good time to stop, to finish it off and/or move on to something next.

Launching on December 2, Jupiter’s one-year tour through Capricorn makes the worthwhile more obvious. It’s about making better choices, about putting more attention toward the future, and about who or what gets the better part of you. Consider the next year as a transition phase and a work in progress. Life may be a matter of pay now for later profit, but as time moves forward, you’ll see it was worth it.

Christmas Day delivers a solar eclipse pumped up by Jupiter (tight conjunction) and in trine aspect to Uranus. This eclipse marks the end of a long journey and a first of significance. It sets up a good few days for cherishing the moment, honoring the past and for creating a new tradition. Time is a gift, use it well.

Gemini – Horoscope 2019

by Agent 300 Rose Marcus

Some prospects, potentials, or goals can be on a disappearing track. Some people you have cherished, sought after, or answered to can be too.  In dynamic alignment with Neptune (square aspect) Jupiter in Sagittarius continues to make 2019 a big year for endings and transitions. Some of the fade out is a natural progression, some of the loss creates a deep void; in other instances, loss paves the way to gain. Each is a facet of the whole.

Progressively over the course of the year, Jupiter/Neptune will reveal more to you. You are best to allow yourself to go with the flow, to move with the trends and currents. Watching for relationship matters, the important elements and issues to continue in a fluid or fluctuating state. A dissolving, infusing, and a seeding influence, Jupiter/Neptune create much greater potential. Beyond what is within view now lies new growth, more and greater opportunity. This is a wonderful combination for dreaming, aspiring, envisioning, creativity, volunteering, contributing, romance, and spiritual quests. Surrender to the process and stay hopeful, but also aim to keep it real. Over-projection or counting your chickens too soon can be folly.

If the Jupiter/Neptune transit prompts you to lose your way, the eclipses of the year won’t let you forget about reality.  All the solar eclipses (January, July, December) can bring you to an ending and a beginning of significance regarding financial matters (i.e. downsizing, the end of a loan payment, an inheritance, a new business venture, investment, marital or income status). There can be a substantial need or hefty investment in the year ahead (a new home, renovations, added business or educational expense, a new member in the family; an aging parent to look after, etc.).

Operating in the background, Uranus in Taurus, starting mid March, loans more substantial prospect and promise to budding potentials. Along with Uranus on a sign change, Chiron in Aries, starting mid February, also puts destiny into play in a more substantial way. Someone of significance can enter or exit your life. Mars tenants Gemini from March 31 to May 15. Forming dynamic aspects to Jupiter (opposition) and Neptune (square), this transit is sure to put you on the move. Mars in Aries to February 14 and Mars in Cancer (May 15 to July 1) take you through a heightened action period too.

Know the commitments you make or the reality that is heaped on you is here to stay for the long term. Don’t resist, get ambitious and get with the program instead. While outside forces can run formidable interference, overall life is a simple recipe: do the work, get the reward. You can do no better than to do the best you can with what you have.


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