It's hard to believe we're already thinking about November astrology events, but alas, 2022 is coming to a close rather quickly.
Before we make way for what's ahead, we should check out our November horoscope to see how the stars will keep us busy before the new year approaches. As it turns out, the universe is taking the reign this month.
We're about to close the eclipse portal with the next full moon, the powerful Beaver Moon, but it's not quite as exciting as the new moon in Sagittarius, which is hopeful and promising for all the possibilities that await.
November astrology events: 2022
- When: November 8, 2022
Expect a serious tone for the full moon, which will coincide with a total lunar eclipse.
"You might be surprised to see where this Taurus-themed journey has led to and how it may end," says astrologer Liz Simmons. "Although somewhat chaotic given the ecliptic influence, keep in mind that whatever happens is meant to be."
Now is the time themes of value, loyalty and love might come into play, but Simmons suggests you check your House that is in Taurus to see which area of your life might be affected during this celestial event.
Liz is a self-taught astrologer and tarot reader who blends Hellenistic and modern techniques that utilizes the tropical zodiac, Placidus House system and Whole House system. You can book Liz for live astrology readings, tarot readings and written readings, among other services.
- When: October 23 to November 21, 2022
Scorpio season does not beat around the bush, and this is the time you'll likely uncover truths and realizations. There's no time to push things aside this season. Fortunately, things ease with the sign that follows.
- When: November 22 to December 21, 2022
"Sagittarius season is a really great time to reconnect with the universe since it is quite a philosophical sign," astrologer Renée Watt previously told My Imperfect Life.
Are we surprised this coincides with the holiday season?
- When: November 23, 2022
The next new moon is kind of like a breath of fresh air—what Simmons says is "undeniably joyful." Sign us up immediately!
"Since this moon is reporting to Jupiter, which will station direct in Pisces on the same day, you may feel notably optimistic about whatever the future may hold," she adds.
Yes, Mars retrograde is in full effect—and you might be feeling a little sluggish as a result—but we know you can handle anything that comes your way...even if you're a little tired.
Jupiter retrograde, which oftentimes asks us to review how we tackle our goals, will station direct come November 23 and Neptune Retrograde, the reality check of the cosmos, will only have a few more weeks left until it goes direct at the beginning of December. Then, we'll face our final Mercury retrograde of 2022 towards the tail-end of December.
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