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Aries Horoscope: December 2014

In the driver's seat

Thanks to the Full Moon in Gemini, an emotionally charged conversation with a sibling near December 6 might leave you reeling. He or she may reveal a troublesome situation, and you'll want to do what you can to relieve any pressure. The problem is that your sibling might not want your advice; he or she might simply decide that now is the time to reveal this information to you. If this is the case, do your best to lend support without coming across as the brother or sister who knows best.

Between December 10 and January 3, you'll be in an enviable position career-wise. First, Venus will enter your 10th House of Profession on December 10, resulting in you possibly receiving words of praise from your boss or even an actual honor or award. Your talents and contributions will be valued and this will be something you feel deeply, making you want to perform even better than you are already. Keep on this track! On December 21 a New Moon will fall in this same area of your chart, allowing you a spectacular opportunity to move ahead. You might apply for a promotion or launch a new business during this time -- each option has the potential for great success.

With all of this supportive career energy, the Uranus-Pluto square on December 15 might not feel as if the rug has been pulled out from under you. In fact, if there are any radical career changes happening this month, you are more likely to be in the driver's seat, initiating them. This puts you in a position of power that you'll use to your advantage for weeks to come.

On December 23, Saturn changes signs for the first time since October 2012. He'll move into Sagittarius and enter the domain of your 9th house. This is the part of your chart concerned with internationalism, education, the legal system, religion and philosophy. Any of these areas are up for limitations and lessons now. Do you feel stifled in terms of expressing your core beliefs or uncertain about them? If so, now you'll have an opportunity to define what they are. You'll do this in a clear cut, no nonsense manner.