The Moon peaks in Gemini on Wednesday, November 25th at 14:44 p.m. PST. Everyone loves a Gemini, if you’re having a party, be sure to invite at least a couple of these social butterflies.
This Full Moon asks us to examine how we are learning, teaching and communicating. And like a good Gemini, there’s a lot going on here, more than I am going to cover, including a T Square. But take a look at the chart for this Full Moon and notice that Uranus-Venus opposition. If you’ve been trying to “sit tight” in a so-over relationship, you’re about to get awfully squirmy. So stop doing that, ok? The Twins thrive on variety, push hard to get unstuck.
The Sabian Symbol for this Gemini Full Moon is “Holly and Mistletoe Bring Christmas Spirit to A Home.” Mistletoe was sacred to the Druids and was considered a heal all plant, not only for curing ills but for protection against many types of evil. Ask an oak and you’ll see mistletoe as a parasite. We think of holiday spirits as a golden state of mind, but Yuletide spirits can be quite haunting. There are two sides to every story.
The Late November sky gets quite busy. To make the best of the Gemini Full Moon, see if you can’t whip up some fresh, new ideas in the areas of relationships, communication, learning and writing. Tap into that vim and vigor this Mercurial child thrives on. I see you Gemini, mad genius, whirling dervish, a reminder that we are all moving as fast as the particles that power the Universe.
“Always two there are,” could be your mantra. Only electrons, photons and Geminis can be in two places at the same time. The rest are just trying to catch a glimpse.