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North Node in Taurus, South Node in Scorpio: Get Ready To Recalibrate

On January 19th, there will be a shift in our collective narrative. The North Node will move into Taurus, and the South Node will move into Scorpio. Before we get into what this means, let’s address some basics.

The North Node and South Node (nodes) are not celestial bodies — they are mathematical points…

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