Moon of the questing spirit
Suitable energy for traveling, exploring, radiating optimism, engaging in philosophical discussions, speculations, risk taking, gambling, adventures, trekking, camping out, wild life, search for God or Guru. Purchase of travel tickets, camping gear, cars, bikes, horses, dogs, raffle and lottery tickets. Action motivated by the desire to explore behind the personal sphere. Friendly display of feelings, gregarious and warm, but extremely independent and often unreliable. Beware of self inflation, preaching, boasting, being fanatical, overbearing, self righteous, impatient, uncompromising.
Bush walking, trekking, canoeing, horse riding, para shooting, hang-gliding, leaving for distant journey all suitable activities.
Sagittarius Moon in the garden
In the garden Sagittarius, like all Fire Signs, is traditionally considered too hot, dry and barren for growing anything, with the exception of Fruit Trees and Wild Things. Its energy is suitable for cultivating, general maintenance and harvesting. Pruning, pest control and weeding should be left t the third week of the lunar month, after the Last Quarter.
A day with your favorite pet could prove rewarding, and so will be a night under the stars.
- The following are the Edible Plants, Herbs, Trees and Flowers since ancient times associated with Sagittarius, and also with Jupiter, Sagittarius’ traditional Ruler, the archetypal god of Power, Expansion, Optimism, Grandeur, Good Luck, Hubris. Herbs and Plants with a pleasant fragrance, like Anise, Balm, Cloves, Nutmeg, Myrrh are said to be under the tutelage of Jupiter. Herbs and plants used as liver and blood cleansers, like Chervil, Cinquefoil, Dandelion, the liver being ‘ruled’ by Jupiter.
Edible Plants: Nutritious Fruit and Nuts. Almond, Blackberries, Chestnuts, Currants, Olives,
Healing Herbs: Herbs and Plants with a pleasant fragrance, like Anise, Balm, Cloves, Nutmeg, Myrrh, Saffron. Also Borage, Chervil, Clove, Dandelion, Dock, Feverfew, Garlic, Horsetail, Onions, Rose-hips, Sage.
Trees: the majestic Oak Tree, king of the forest, sacred to the Druids and Celtic Shamans, associated with Zeus/Jupiter since very ancient times. Also Fig Trees, Olive Trees, Mulberries, for their abundant surplus fruit. Lindens too and those trees and shrubs that produce catkins, cylindrical flower clusters, like Alders, Hazels, Silver Birch, Willows.