The Stars This Week: November 26 – December 2, 2012

Complications!

During this dramatic week, make sure you think before you act! Mercury turns direct on November 26, when sought-after information finally becomes available. However, when Mars conjuncts Pluto on November 27, you’ll need to contend with the strong agendas of people who may — or may not — have your best interests in mind. The lunar eclipse in Gemini on November 29 highlights secrets, lies and truth, but it may take time to sort it all out.

November 26: Mercury turns direct in Scorpio
Communication problems, withheld information and misunderstandings have dominated this month, and it hasn’t been an easy time. Hopefully, though, you’ve learned a few things about others’ motives, while also fully developing your own ideas after returning to previous conversations and agreements for a thorough review. If you’ve used this time wisely, you can now proceed with a more realistic understanding of where you stand and what you need to do to succeed. Don’t allow recent misunderstandings to hold you back — move forward with confidence!

November 27: Mars conjuncts Pluto
Last week, when Mars connected with the Uranus-Pluto square with its own square to Uranus, you were ready to break free from conditions and people no longer good for you. This week, Mars connects with powerful Pluto, giving you the opportunity to direct your passion and energy toward something you want to achieve. This aspect has fabulous potential if you know how to handle yourself. If you don’t try to run everything on your own, influential people will align themselves with you. And if you’re an avowed control freak and have alienated others who could help you now, do everything possible to fix that problem! If you can be proactive instead of reactive, you’ll be miles ahead of others — and chances are you’ll earn a few karma points along the way!

November 28: Lunar eclipse in Gemini
Watch out for information overload as this dramatic lunar eclipse highlights all forms of communication. Whether you read attention-grabbing headlines about global and national events, or simply receive news about people in your personal life, it seems like everybody has something important to report! Don’t allow yourself to become distracted by superficial, gossipy conversations. Rather, use the power of this eclipse to spread a positive and empowering message.

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