Virgo Monthly Horoscope

Virgo Monthly Horoscope

Every item on this page was chosen by an ELLE editor. We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. Virgo Monthly Horoscope MONTH OF November Monthly Snapshot: You’ve got lots on your mind as the month begins, and you’re ready to share those thoughts with the world. The Sun is moving through Scorpio and your third house of communication until November 21, inspiring you to write, teach or record your ideas, or to team up with kindred spirits. The third house also rules local events, so find ways you can (safely) contribute to your community. Wait until November 3, though, when your ruling planet, Mercury, ends a retrograde that began on October 13. This month, Mercury and two other planets turn direct (forward): Mars corrects course on November 13 and Neptune on November 28. Compared to September’s SIX retrograde planets (talk about a Virgo birthday buzzkill), the month will end with only one planet in reverse. This should make it much easier to navigate through the rest of this year, which will still serve up plenty of cosmic curveballs. Oclass=”body-el-link standard-body-el-link” n November 12, the third of 2020’s rare Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions arrives in Capricorn and your fifth house of romance, creativity and self-expression. A plot twist could expose hidden information around a relationship. Look back to April 4 and June 30, the prior two Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions, for clues. Hunker down at home base starting November 21, when the Sun slips into Sagittarius and your domestic fourth house for a month. Connect with family, get into cozy holiday mode and make plans for your (likely scaled-down) celebrations. But don’t go entirely into fuzzy-slipper mode! November 30 features a Gemini lunar (full moon) eclipse in your tenth house of career and ambition. The grand goal you’ve been working toward since May, if not longer, could come together in a truly surprising way! Week 1: November 1-8 Show me the money Money matters improve on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, as Mercury, the planet of communication and technology, ends a tough retrograde that began on October 13. The week leading up to the U.S. election was made extra tumultuous by Mercury’s backspin. You could be feeling especially ungrounded by it all, Virgo. But as the quicksilver planet corrects course in your work and finance zone, you can “vote with your dollars” and create your own stimulus plan, no matter what the government does. Do you have an oh-so-clever, profitable idea to boost your Q4 profit margin? All your communications get a cosmic helping hand now, whether it’s a last-minute sale or a viral email marketing campaign. Tension with coworkers and Zoom #fails will fade into the rearview. If you’ve been waiting for word on a job offer or a moneymaking opportunity, that could come through. Week 2: November 9-15 Reconnect with your inner voice Prioritizing your happiness has been a central theme of 2020, thanks to three planets circulating through Capricorn and your fifth house of passion, creativity and self-expression. From your love life to your creative pursuits, your heady sign has been unusually heart-centered…and that’s a good thing! But if you’ve felt a bit out of character, no surprise. Of course, the trio involved in this extreme makeover—Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto—are tough cosmic coaches. There have been plenty of lessons woven into the process, some dues and tolls to pay. Many Virgos have been growing up by connecting with their inner child, paradoxical as that sounds. What have you learned by delving into your desires and raw emotions and by letting go of your carefully crafted plans and venturing into the wild? This Thursday, November 12, risk taker Jupiter makes its last of 2020’s three connections to transformational Pluto in Capricorn. These planetary powerhouses only align every 13 years, and they’ve already done so on April 4 and June 30. Look back to these dates: A relationship or project that’s been tugging (or knotting) your heartstrings all year could reacho a dramatic turning point. Is there something your soul’s been asking for that you’ve been ignoring? You can no longer tune out the truth of your inner voice. (For more on howclass=”body-el-link standard-body-el-link” the Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions have impacted the world this year, read our post at https://astrostyle.com/plagues-pandemics-jupiter-pluto-conjunctions-in-history-what-astrology-knows/ .) All that only intensifies the next day, Friday, November 13, when intense Mars zooms ahead in Aries and your eighth house of intimacy and merging. Since September 9, the red planet has been retrograde here, stirring up jealousy and possessiveness or second thoughts about a key connection. If you’ve been suppressing resentment or holding back your feelings, Mars’ direct turn could uncork that emotional bottle. “Dormant volcano” might be a more apt metaphor—and if so, take it easy before you spew that angry lava! November 13 is also World Kindness Day, so try to observe it, even if you have an intense conversation or let someone know that you’re upset with them. Better still? Wait until Sunday, November 15, when the year’s only Scorpio new moon beams into your communication sector. You’ll be able to introduce new topics with greater ease. Stay alert: Kindred spirits and brilliant ideas are afoot under these moonbeams. With the new moon in a loose trine (120-degree angle of harmony) to serendipitous Neptune in your partnership sector, a person you meet today could play an important role in the coming months. Fairy godmothers and guardian angels welcome! Week 3: November 16-22 Home is where the heart is On Tuesday, November 17, your ruler, Mercury, opposes disruptor Uranus across your communication axis—a day that could bring on arguments or stressful conversations. Watch your words, both online and IRL, as tempers can heat up quickly. Coincidentally, this is also National Unfriend Day, and you don’t want to find yourself unexpectedly, er, “celebrating.” Sagittarius season starts on Saturday, November 21, as the Sun settles into your domestic fourth house for the next month. Take a break from heavy-duty socializing and tackling new projects and focus on matters closer to home. Catch up with family, make plans for the holidays (even if they’re scaled back) or start a quarantine that might be required to safely commune with older relatives. As cozy as your crib feels right now, you’ll barely notice that you aren’t leaving it. Empty your Netflix queue, devour some fiction, pamper yourself with baths and homemade facials. You may feel a little moody and sensitive, so make some time to journal whatever feelings break the surface. Week 4: November 23-30 Big career news A big week is ahead for your most important connections and goals. On Saturday, November 28, hazy Neptune ends its five-month retrograde in Pisces and your relationship house, where it’s been blurring boundaries and catalyzing confusion around all your commitments. Maybe an ex resurfaced or you had doubts about a partnership. Whatever the case, going forward you’ll be able to separate fears and fantasies from reality. Wondering whether you should stay or go? Neptune’s forward motion can help clarify your decision. But the stars saved the biggest moment for last—namely, the lunar (full moon) eclipse on Monday, November 30. Sweeping through Gemini and your tenth house of career, these mega-moonbeams could bring huge accolades or news you’ve been waiting for since as far back as the May 22 Gemini new moon. Lunar eclipses can also mark turning points, at times unexpectedly. You may sharply depart from one professional path, possibly hearing news of a job ending or a deal that’s not going to pan out after all. While change can be startling, if you really look within, you’ll probably admit that this was a long time coming. A client, role or key colleague could be “eclipsed” out of your life. Know that the universe is making space for something much better to come along. LOVE & ROMANCE: Love planets Venus and Mars are in opposite signs this month, parked across from each other along your axis of money, investments and self-worth. Financial matters could figure into your love life, whether that means dividing up expenses more effectively, buying or selling a home, or navigating the economic turbulence with a reliable and supportive partner in crime. If you happen to be splitting up, you could be consumed with parceling out any shared property—never a fun thing. Venus is in Libra until November 21, activating your second house of security and self-esteem. You’d like to grow in those areas, BUT…Mars is retrograde in your most private and vulnerable sector for the first half of the month. You (or your love interest) could feel some blocks around intimacy, commitment or deciding what you want to do permanently. The diciest day could be November 9, when Mars and Venus make an exact opposition, something that only happens once every other year. Good luck seeing eye-to-eye, let alone actually getting on the same page. The red planet will wrap up his two-month retrograde on November 13, so the first half of the month could be extra intense. But once Mars turns direct, things could get lusty and hot, the downside of which is that this can also stir up jealousy and possessiveness. After tussling with Mars, Venus will get into cosmic clashes with Pluto, Jupiter, Saturn AND Uranus this month, indicating that a lot of stuff is going to come up and will need to be hashed out and negotiated. Be prepared to compromise, but not to yield on your bottom-line deal breakers. Here’s a question for you, Virgo: Are you having enough fun? If pleasure and joy aren’t factoring in, turn up the volume there. Never underestimate the power of a good laugh or a freewheeling day off to put all that “serious” stuff in perspective. That will get easier starting on November 21, when Venus moves into Scorpio and your social, interactive third house until December 15. Find ways to safely mingle and lighten up. You need to engage in witty banter AND initiate or jump into inspiring conversations. The way to your heart, after all, is through your mind! Key Dates: November 9: Venus-Mars opposition A conflict between the love planets could throw your relationships off balance—or reveal where things went awry. You may feel like you’re jumping from one extreme to the next, volleying between commitment and avoidance. Find a healthy way to express your conflicting feelings or doubts. Think (or talk) things through before making any decisions. MONEY & CAREER: Bring back that money mojo! On November 3, your ruling planet Mercury ends a tricky three-week retrograde that disrupted technology, communication and plans. None of us have time for such meddling, but since October 13, the quicksilver planet has been making it hard to articulate your ideas and balance your budget. If you’ve been waiting for delayed word on a job or client opportunity, answers should finally come in. Your finances get even more fast-tracked on November 13, when go-getter Mars zooms out of a two-month retrograde in your eighth house of wealth, property and joint ventures. Between now and January 6, you could buy or sell a home or invest in something that will pay off in the future. (Time to start investigating Bitcoin?) The biggest career moment actually comes at the end of the month. On November 30, a game-changing lunar eclipse sweeps through Gemini and your tenth house of professional success. You could be offered a leadership role, a promotion or a status-boosting opportunity out of the blue. Lunar eclipses can sometimes bring sudden transitions. You may switch from one position or path to a new one. News of cutbacks or a key colleague’s departure might rattle you, but trust that any eclipse-timed endings are making way for a new and better opportunity. Key Dates: November 1: Mercury-Saturn square Thoughtful Mercury, which is retrograde in your work and money sector, crashes into stern Saturn in your creative corner, delivering a reality check. It’s the second of three transits this year, with the final one coming November 6. Use the last two months of 2020 to examine your year-end goals and create a realistic holiday budget. Pick up a side gig for some extra cash, or if you’re drowning in work, offload assignments to colleagues.

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