At 1:48 p.m., the sun enters Capricorn
The sun enters Capricorn in the late afternoon. It leaves the open-minded Sagittarius to become the sign of Sea-Goat Capricorn. Its ingress coincides with the Winter Solstice, in the Northern Hemisphere, and the Summer Solstice, in the Southern Hemisphere. These are the longest and most short days of each year. Capricorn season is when we strive to build solid foundations to support our enterprises. Our goals may be work-oriented, aligned with Capricorn perseverance, or relationship-oriented, aligned with Capricorn loyalty. Capricorn is a cardinal sign of the earth. Capricorn archetypally represents initiation and grounding our visions and desires into tangible containers. To accomplish great work, it is important to know how much time, energy, and resources we have available. We have to persevere despite the odds and also know when it is best to stop. We have the chance to literally make magic!
At 4.50 p.m., the sun is square Jupiter
The sun crosses in the afternoon with Jupiter in Aries. This aspect will be important for the December 23 new moon. This transit can make us overly optimistic and indulgent. It is possible to lose focus and be less disciplined at work. We may believe that everything will just happen organically without any attention. Capricorn sun is a particularly committed sun so there’s less to worry about. In fact, That The central problem may lie in the fact that it is. The danger is that we make too many promises in the sun-Jupiter area, assuming we can do anything we set our minds on! Our initiatives are likely to succeed because we’re in the moment. Yet when the dust settles, we may find that we’ve taken on too mAny assignments and we are unable to quit any They are all there! You can wait to think things through before making a commitment. Give yourself a week to think about your options before making any commitments.