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Saturday, December 9, 2023
Miscommunication leads to confrontation with colleagues, family and friends. Try not to pay attention to idle gossip and negativity. Setbacks will affect your travel plans and ideas for new ventures.
Rooster Weekly Horoscope: Dec 4 to Dec 10, 2023
The last full week of any lunar month will always bring a call to make the most out of the final days of its influence as possible and that is especially so for the month of the Pig. For the Rooster, the month of the Pig is the Swizz army knife of any lunar year, with a tool for every occasion and in a way that can benefit every aspect of your life. It is not just that the Pig makes it easier to remain mentally focused, keep the communication lines open and think on your feet, but that these are things that come naturally to the Rooster. This makes this an important week for anything that requires mental focus or where having the communication lines open is important.
Rooster Monthly Horoscope: December 2023
While the month of the Pig will come to an end on 13th November, this gives you time to get the most out of this important month. What makes this such an important month is the broad reach this will have and how this can have a positive impact on almost every aspect of your life. That is because, for the Rooster the month of the Pig is the Swizz army knife of any lunar year, with a tool for every occasion and especially when it comes to communication and anything that requires mental focus, the ability to keep your head in the game and to think on your feet. Meanwhile, the same New Moon that will bring the month of the Pig to a close will usher in the month of the Rat, which for Rooster will put the focus on home and family for the rest of the year, through the holiday period and into the early weeks of 2024.
Power Numbers: 9, 10, 25, 38, 62, 67
Friendly Signs: Horse & Rat
Beware of: Dragon
Colour of the day: Medium Sea Green
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