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Thursday, December 2, 2021
It's a good time for putting the finishing touches on restoration projects, or just recycling something you haven't paid attention to in awhile. A day of clearing out the cobwebs that may have been settling on lesser-used items. You'll have the courage to toss out those useless things you've been hoarding, and the burst of freedom will do you good.
Ox Weekly Horoscope: Nov 29 to Dec 5, 2021
While there is quite a contrast between the social and serendipitous month of the Pig that comes to an end and the nostalgic and reflective month of the Rat will begin on Saturday's eclipsing New Moon, by this point in the year you are often ready for these quieter realms. The Pig is likely to make this a busy week, with places to go and people to see but the weekend will be your oasis, with a nostalgic and reflective Rat Moon waiting for you at the end of a busy week. This brings you to the final month of this current personal 12 month lunar cycle, giving you four months to review and reflect on the journey before the month of the Ox and a new cycle begin next month.
Ox Monthly Horoscope: December 2021
As you move into the final month of the year you are also moving into the final days of the social and serendipitous month of the Pig, getting the month off to a vibrant start. This is a month where the focus has been on connecting but by the time it draws to a close, there is often a desire for some space and a chance to put out the 'do not disturb' sign. While it is nice to connect and the focus on your friendships, teamwork and networking has been a positive experience, you are starting to need time to hear yourself think. You will get that when an eclipsing New Moon on 4th December not only ushers in the nostalgic and reflective month of the Rat but the final four weeks of your current personal 12 month lunar cycle.
Power Numbers: 2, 7, 10, 14, 59, 68
Friendly Signs: Rat & Dragon
Beware of: Rabbit
Colour of the day: Sienna
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