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2015 Sagittarius New Moon

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Forecast for the 2015 Sagittarius New Moon

By Kathy Biehl

December 11, 2015

2:29 AM PST / 5:29 AM EST / 10:29 AM GMT

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To listen to Astrologer Kathy Biehl discuss the forecast for the 2015 Sagittarius New Moon, click the player below.

As turmoil, violence and divisiveness escalate to jaw-dropping proportions, the 2015 Sagittarius New Moon invites us to look at and broaden our outlook on life.

Beliefs, laws, national boundaries, foreigners, religious and ethical teachings, prejudices, and the role of higher education and big media are all up for attention and a fresh look now. None are theoretical topics, but highly active factors, individually and collectively. They’re taking wildly exaggerated form now, which has two noteworthy effects. Their cartoonish appearance makes them impossible to miss or ignore. And so are their real-world impact and ramifications.

The 2015 Sagittarius New Moon is being pumped up by a hard angle to the sign’s ruler, Jupiter. The king of the gods ups any action he approaches, and his bellows are certainly one of the forces behind the current epidemic of blowhards. He’s coaxing out the more extreme potentials of Sagittarius, the fringes where adventure and willingness to explore cross over into self-righteousness, intellectual superiority, “My way or the highway” and co-opting the term “patriot” to condemn anyone who disagrees.

Jupiter’s not all hot air, though. He also has a bent for beneficence, warm-heartedness and optimism, all of which are beaming into and amplifying the 2015 Sagittarius New Moon’s potentials as well. Staying near that side of the fire will make it easier to hang on to a positive attitude, the ability to see the good in people and the inclination to look for a silver lining, no matter what. Useful questions to contemplate in the next month: How could I learn more? How could I clean up and improve my thinking? My attitude? My beliefs? How could I broaden my experience of the world? Where could I go that I haven’t yet? What if I were to consider someone else’s point of view?

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