Maya White: Astrology of the Taurus Full Moon

By Maya White | Maya White Astrology


Monday the 29th we welcome a Full Moon in the sign of Taurus.
(Read your November horoscope HERE)

Taurus is noted as a fertile earth sign. Although sometimes stubborn, the secret to Taurus is that there is great staying power – but like a long, heavy freight train, Taurus just has to get into motion. Once moving, it likes to keep going.

On Sunday the 28th, Venus takes leave of refined Virgo and moves into her luxurious home of Libra. In Libra, Venus relishes fine clothing, rich fabrics, and only the best will do. If you have been planning a wardrobe upgrade, the next 25 days will be your best time of the year to find just the perfect items.

Venus in Libra, combined with a Taurus Full moon says – shop till you drop. Oh, you may have a tendency to overspend, but – look for long lasting and high quality purchases. Jupiter is even retrograde now, so, if you are careful, you can hold onto your finances while fulfilling your desires.

Many have been wondering about Saturn having recently moved into Scorpio. As an intense water sign, Scorpio and Saturn can have a tendency to mix like water and oil. This becomes a problem when you try to sidestep the lessons coming your way.

What may feel like one step forward and two steps back can be positively handled by instead taking giant steps in the RIGHT direction. If something has been holding you back, now is the time to step over, not into – it. If you can’t overcome those old repeating problems – just put on a life jacket and swim to a new shore.

Wednesday the 31st brings us to All Hallows Eve – the night when the veil between the worlds is said to be the thinnest. Over 2000 years ago, the ancient Celts, who lived in the area that is now Ireland, Great Britain, and Northern France, celebrated November 1st as their New Year. Since this time of the year was the beginning of winter and colder, darker days, it was more closely associated with the other world than any other time of the year.

With the passing of time, the Roman Catholic Church eventually created “All Saints Day”, to be celebrated on November 2nd, and deemed it a day to pray for and honor those who had passed on.  The evening prior to “All Saints Day” or was still observed by many of the ancient people by leaving gifts of food outside their doors to appease the spirits.

Many people today do not realize that this is the tradition they are following when they give gifts of candy to the “ghosts and goblins” that come knocking on their doors on Halloween night.

So, if you think Saturn in Scorpio is scary, just think about what can happen when you open your door on Halloween.

Wishing you all the brightest light of Universe, and the patience of the Saints.

Wishing you the blessing of Light, and the freedom to fly.

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