2016, 2004, 1992, 1980, 1968, 1956
Dec 6, 2022 Dec 7, 2022 Dec 8, 2022
Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Feelings and worries will get sorted out today. Sit down for a heart-to-heart with your partner and make a plan that will prevent misunderstandings in the future. Communication comes easy to you now.
Monkey Weekly Horoscope: Dec 5 to Dec 11, 2022
For the Monkey, the only downside to the fun, playful, romantic and creative month of the Rat is that at some point this must come to an end. This is something that is in full flight as you move into the new week, with the Moon not only in its maximum growth phase in the lead up to Thursday's Full Moon but having just been fuelled by an adventurous Dragon Moon over the weekend. Knowing that the busy, industrious and work forced month of the Ox is just weeks away, a competitive and professionally charged Snake Moon until Wednesday will bring a timely reminder to make a balance between work and play while you can. It is on Thursday that you will move into the final two weeks of the month of the Rat.
Monkey Monthly Horoscope: December 2022
In a way, this is a back to front month, in that the fun, playful, romantic and creative month of the Rat will be in charge until 23rd December when a New Moon will usher in the busy and industrious month of the Ox. This will see the Rat's fun, playful, romantic and creative influence run parallel with the final weeks of this professional year, while the busy and industrious month of the Ox will begin just as we are about to move into Christmas, New Year and the holiday period. However, the Rat will make it easier to maintain the right balance between work and play during what can be the busiest weeks of any year, while the Rat's influence will ensure you continue that lesson as you move into the busy month of the Ox. Meanwhile, a Tiger Moon is putting the focus on your relationships over Christmas itself.
Power Numbers: 1, 7, 8, 10, 33, 64
Friendly Signs: Ox & Rat
Beware of: Rooster
Colour of the day: Medium Slate Blue
Born Today: Willa Sibert Cather, Eli Wallach, Howard Zinn, Avram Noam Chomsky, Harry Chapin, Johnny Bench, Larry Bird, Aaron Carter