Jupiter is now firmly planted in Scorpio, and all us Scorpios can feel cheerful: good fortune is headed our way. At the beginning of the month there are only two planets in retrograde motion. Neptune turns direct the 22nd, leaving only Uranus moving "backward.". Next month there is a shorter retrograde Mercury, lasting from the 3rd to the 22nd, Thus the end of this month sees a slowdown in communications and related activities. Get your Christmas shopping done either early or late as otherwise mix-ups, confusion, and other issues could arise.

Sun in passionate Scorpio moves to jovial Sagittarius on the 21st. Mercury in persistent Scorpio changes to philosophical Sagittarius on the 5th. Venus in gentle Libra turns possessive in Scorpio on the 7th. Mars is in balanced Libra all month. Saturn is in scholarly Sagittarius all month. It moves into Capricorn next month and some political chicanery may come home to roost. The outer planets—Uranus, Neptune and Pluto move slowly and except for when Neptune makes its station the 22nd, and Mars squares Pluto in the 19th, don't have a lot of impact.

Full Moon in Taurus on the 4th suggests we spend the next two weeks solidifying arrangements and building on whatever choices we made in the last two weeks. New Moon in Scorpio the 18th suggests we begin projects relating to rebirth, renewal and reclamation. With a Mercury Retrograde coming next month we gain a running start on whatever needs to be repaired or refurbished before the end of the year. It is also the last call o bed down the garden for the winter.

This quiet month, the planet with the most activity appears to be Neptune, planet of illusions and the truth they obscure. Digging for the truth behind the illusion is important now. Scorpio occupying 2/3rds of the month is the only sign with four symbols: the scorpion, aka the sarcastic, cutting  nature of some Scorpios; the lizard aka the tendency of some Scorpios to blend in and be secretive; the eagle, aka the noble, keen eyed far seeing Scorpios; and the phoenix, aka the transformative spiritual Scorpios.

Days to be mindful include the 4th with a Venus/Uranus opposition: beware of careless choices; the 13th with a Mercury /Neptune Square: look carefully at deceptive appearances; the 19th with a Mars/Pluto square: avoid violent actions or excessive activity; the 22nd with Neptune stationary: illusions run rampant. Days to push your luck include the 3rd with Sun/Neptune trine: music can be magical; the 11th with Saturn/Uranus trine: breakthroughs are possible; the 13th with Venus/Jupiter conjunct: a good luck day for all; the 16th with Venus/Neptune trine: spiritual opportunities abound, choose wisely; the 25th with Mercury/Uranus trine: innovative thinking and solutions; the 27th and 28th with Mercury/Saturn conjunct: positive effects from communications long term.



Election Day U.S (Super Tuesday) - (Last was Nov 8th 2016)

Veterans Day - (Nov 11th 2017)
- November 2017 -

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Wed 1st Active Aries Moon says make the most of this day
Thur 2nd Energetic Aries Moon powers activity
Fri 3rd Steady Taurus Moon carries out duties carefully. Sun/Neptune trine suggests attending a concert or a spiritual lecture
Sat 4th Sensuous Taurus Moon suggests a date tonight; Venus/Uranus opposition says careful not impetuous choices work best
Sun 5th Day Lights Savings Time ends (2:00am Fall back 1-Hour) - Flirty Gemini Moon allows for frivolous fun. Mercury into Sagittarius promotes travel and education. 
Mon 6th Gossipy Gemini Moon inclines us to chitchat
Tue 7th Motherly Cancer Moon says take care of your loved ones. Venus into Scorpio means a more possessive attitude toward choices
Wed 8th Hospitable Cancer Moon cooks up a storm
Thur 9th Romantic Leo Moon looks for love to share
Fri 10th Playful Leo Moon presides over all the fun
Sat 11th Veterans Day Nov 11th 2017 and  Armistice Day (Symbolic end of WWI) Nov 11th 2017 - Diligent Virgo Moon makes a good day for chores; Saturn/Uranus trine signals long term effects from unusual activities
Sun 12th Particular Virgo Moon helps get all your ducks in a row
Mon 13th Efficient Virgo Moon begins the work week well. 6:30 PM Fair Libra Moon makes for a pleasant evening. Venus /Jupiter conjunction says press your luck. Mercury/Neptune square suggests truth is important and needs saying
Tue 14th Artistic Libra Moon says decorate and brighten up
Wed 15th Indecisive Libra Moon can make decisions difficult
Thur 16th Strong Scorpio Moon powers activity. Venus/Neptune trine suggests spiritual insights
Fri 17th Intense Scorpio Moon brings passion to the day and evening. Mercury/Mars sextile facilitates communication
Sat 18th Clever Scorpio Moon finds good solutions then 2:PM Fun loving Sagittarius Moon says relax and play
Sun 19th Athletic Sagittarius Moon suggests exercise. Mars/Pluto square implies conflict or says get to work resolving difficulties
Mon 20th Philosophical Sagittarius Moon brings thoughtfulness to the day
Tue 21st Capable Capricorn Moon says show up and work hard
Wed 22nd Efficient Capricorn Moon suggests use what is available to best advantage. Neptune Stationary says now truth can emerge from illusion
Thur 23rd Thanksgiving Day U.S - Friendly Aquarius Moon says plan a get-together
Fri 24th Black Friday - Altruistic Aquarius Moon suggests we think of others and help out. Mercury/Uranus trine means original ideas and insight can be found
Sat 25th Quirky Aquarius Moon means original, unusual activities
Sun 26th Loving Pisces Moon brings happy feelings to share
Mon 27th Sympathetic Pisces Moon suggests healing thoughts and prayers. Mercury/Saturn conjunction brings out serious communications, good focus
Tue 28th Sympathetic Pisces Moon suggests healing thoughts and prayers. Mercury/Saturn conjunction brings out serious communications, good focus
Wed 29th Active Aries Moon makes for a busy day
Thur 30th Innovative Aries Moon makes for new ways of doing. 3:40 PM laid back Taurus Moon keeps things on an even keel

Thanksgiving U.S - 4th Thur of the Month (Nov 24th 2016)

- November 2017 -
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November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, National Novel Writing Month, Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month, American Diabetes Month, Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and National Homeless Youth Awareness Month, and the month dedicated to the Holy Souls in Purgatory in the Roman Catholic Church.

It's quite common for some males in Australia (especially in the city of Melbourne), and New Zealand to sport a moustache during the month of November. The custom being known as Movember (Movember is a portmanteau of the words 'Moustache' and 'November'.), and being a fundraising event for men's health issues. One's fashionable appearance often comes second to the calling of Movember. A similar observance in the United States, called No Shave November, involves a full beard as opposed to a mustache.

Moveable Events During the Month: 

First Tuesday
  • In Australia, the Melbourne Cup horse race is held annually on the first Tuesday in November.

Tuesday After the First Monday (Super Tuesday)

  • In the United States, elections are held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November (between November 2 and November 8). In even-numbered years, members of the House of Representatives are elected to two-year terms, and about one third of the U.S. Senate are elected to six-year terms. The President of the United States is elected in years divisible by four. Most U.S. states, counties, and municipalities have some part of their election cycle coincident with this date.

Third Wednesday

  • GIS Day is held the 3rd Wednesday of November during Geography Awareness Week.

Third Thursday

Fourth Thursday in the USA

  • Americans celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November.

The day after Thanksgiving in the USA

Monday immediately following Thanksgiving Day in the USA

In Ireland November 1st is regarded as the first day of Winter

In the United States, elections are held on the Tuesday (aka Super Tuesday) after the first Monday of November. They therefore fall between November 2 and November 8. In even numbered years, members of the House of Representatives are elected to two-year terms, and about one third of the U.S. Senate are elected to six-year terms. The President of the United States is elected in years divisible by four. Most U.S. states, counties, and municipalities have some part of their election cycle coincident with this date.

Day Lights Savings Time ends on November 5th 2017 @2:00am (Fall back 1-Hour)

In Indonesia, November 10th is known as National Heroes Day

Veterans' Day in the United States falls on November 11th 2017

Armistice Day is the anniversary of the symbolic end of WWI on November 11th 1918

Remembrance Day is also celebrated on November 11th in the Commonwealth of Nations and various European countries (including France and Belgium) to commemorate World War I and other wars

In the American South, November is known as the "month of the dog"

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

In India, Children's Day is celebrated on November 14th, the birth date of first Indian Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

November 17th, the Leonids Meteor Shower reaches its peak

Discovery of Puerto Rico by Christopher Columbus on November 19, 1493

Third Thursday of the month November 16th (2017) is the 42nd Great American Smokeout sponsored by the American Cancer Society. It occurs on the third Thursday of November, one week before Thanksgiving. Smokers are encouraged to quit smoking for these 24 hours, in hopes that they will quit forever .

Americans celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday on the fourth Thursday of November (23rd in 2017), with the Friday after being also an unofficial day off from work for many.

Black Friday, is Friday November (24th in 2017)the day after Thanksgiving Day in the United States, one of the busiest shopping days of the year.

November in the Northern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent to May in the Southern Hemisphere and vice versa

November begins on the same day of the week as March every year and February, except in leap years.

November is the eleventh month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of four Gregorian months with the length of 30 days. November retained its name (from the Latin novem meaning "nine") when January and February were added to the Roman calendar.

November's flower is the chrysanthemum.

November's birthstone is the citrine or topaz (yellow).
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