Monthly Horoscope for November 2023

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At-a-Glance Horoscope for Every Zodiac Sign

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Can you believe it is almost Thanksgiving? Sheeesh! Find at-a-glance horoscopes for November 2023, covering every sign of the zodiac, courtesy of longtime Almanac astrologer Celeste Longacre.

November 2023 Horoscope General Summary

Many believe that the evening between October 31st and November 1st is a time when the barrier between those living and the ones who have passed beyond is particularly thin. Some even think that this represents a time when relatives who have died can return in order to speak to us.

 I, myself, am not sure, but I can share my favorite story concerning a wife whose husband had died. He spent a lot of his life building MG cars from parts. He had one 1931 model that looked like it was in a showroom; it gleamed. The wife wanted to sell it and found a buyer, but he didn’t want to pay her price. She was making toast one night and said, “Gerry (the husband), I don’t know what to do.” At that moment, the toast shot out of the toaster and hit the ceiling. She kept her price, and the buyer paid it. It is important to keep an open mind as truth is often stranger than fiction.

Planet Saturn turns direct at 3:03 AM (EDT) on the 4th. This makes Saturn a strong influence the whole first week of November. Past actions could influence current realities this whole time.

We are working towards a New Moon, which occurs at 4:27 AM (EST) on the 13th. The Full Beaver Moon follows at 4:16 AM (EST) on the 27th.

Zodiac Profiles for November

Aries (March 21–April 20)

Expect the unexpected on the 11th. Dreams may have some insights for you about how to make more money on the 17th & 18th. Don’t let frustrations get ahold of you on the 25th.

Taurus (April 21–May 20)

Don’t believe everything that friends tell you on the 3rd. Travel can be particularly fun on the 6th. You are exceptionally charming on the 15th.

Gemini (May 21–June 20)

 Expect the unexpected on the 4th. Ideas come to you about how you can improve your career on the 6th. Don’t believe everything that you hear on the 27th.

Cancer (June 21–July 22)

You know just what to say and just how to say it on the 3rd. The 17th is an excellent time to have a discussion with your mate. Don’t let others get you into an argument on the 18th.

Leo (July 23–August 22)

Be careful not to overdo it on the 3rd. Expect the unexpected on the 13th. Inner intuitions on the 17th can help you determine how to make more money.

Virgo (August 23–September 22)

Creativity is yours on the 6th. Changing your thought processes on the 8th can bring great benefits. Confusion may be around on the 27th, so avoid making major decisions.

Libra (September 23–October 22)

This whole month is especially lucky for you. A dream could bring positive changes into your life on the 6th. Folks like what you have to say on the 15th.

Scorpio (October 23–November 22)

You are full of lots of ideas on the 8th. People like what you have to say on the 17th. A personal change proves fortuitous on the 29th.

Sagittarius (November 23–December 21)

Be careful not to overdo it on the 3rd. You are particularly lucky on the 14th. Focusing on work can bring rewards on the 25th.

Capricorn (December 22–January 19)

Be careful what you disclose on the 10th. Everybody loves you and what you have to say on the 17th. Sleep becomes more important after the 22nd.

Aquarius (January 20–February 19)

Expect the unexpected on the 4th. There may be some conflict between home & career on the 13th. Everybody loves you on the 9th.

Pisces (February 20–March 20)

It is not the best day to have a discussion with your mate on the 3rd. Travel beckons and could be a lot of fun on the 17th. Your intuition is right on the money on the 21st.

See our calendar of Best Days by the Moon for different activities.

About The Author

Celeste Longacre

Celeste is The Old Farmer's Almanac astrologer. She has also been growing virtually all of her family’s vegetables for the entire year for over 30 years. Read More from Celeste Longacre

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