Monday has a Full Moon that's like a some kind of premier party for Mercury's pre-retrograde, which in some instances could be fun or even productive (like an artist soaking up a new exhibit, or a writer sitting in a café to people watch kinda "productive").
Skyvibe Serial is the weekly astrology forecast produced by award-winning professional astrologer Bear Ryver. An overview of the week's theme plus breakdown of each day, learn what the vibe's gonna be like in the sky so you can decide for yourself how you want to prepare for the week ahead.
Let the resistance you uncover be a clue to your most aligned path forward. The best "use" of this week might be lie in determining where resistance is revolutionary, futile, or an indication that there's a part of us that needs tending.
...chill one day, brutal the next, nice the one after that and then back to 'WTF?!?!' The middle of November asks that we not succumb to feeling faint of heart.
Whether we're contending with feelings of survivors guilt, some level of shame or outrage pertaining to our complicity, or feelings of hopeless overwhelm - this week brings those feelings to the fore.
The undulations of benefic and malefic enclosure (that extend into next week) are what really make this week one that can hold its own in comparison to the big ingresses earlier in the month. Particularly with Thursday's rogue wave right in the middle of the set.
If the winds of change were blowing earlier this month, this week we've got some some gale force winds. Pluto changes signs once a generation, and the changing of Pluto's sign from Capricorn into Aquarius is baked into the foundation of the USA as an internationally recognized independent nation.
On the whole, this week is one that's about thinking and speaking clearly about the things we need in order to heal: things that need to change, ways we need to innovate where old ways of doing things are no longer kind or compassionate to carry on – for us, or others.
We're calling this week "Sleeper Wave." They're a phenomenon here at one of the most epic beaches in Northern California. Due to the topography and the patterns of the waves it's possible to be swept out to sea by a tiny rogue wave.
At long fucking last we're finally getting to close the door on things that began in the Fall of 2021 with the beginning of the Taurus/Scorpio eclipses, which in turn picked up the ongoing Saturn/Uranus square that began back in 2020...
I'll be honest, this week has a good skyvibe, better than we've had in a couple of weeks. Whether this is much needed respite, without which you really can't go on, or escap(ist)-hatch that allows us to circumvent facing the facts on the ground.