The new moon December 23 will be at 1º Capricorn Decan 1.
It will be on fixed star Spiculum 1º which means “spear” in Latin. It is the name of a cluster of stars known as the Lagoon or Trifid Nebula. “There is indeed a strong tendency towards depression and a rather morbid outlook religiously…There is often that feeling of negative ‘fear of God’, rather than comfort from the sensing of His Presence” 
This is one of the nebula’s that bring the eyesight problems and there is a sense of foreboding associated with it. However there is also a positive side “well aspected, the Trifid, or Spiculum, shows just the opposite in the person. There can be a very real feeling of companionship with the entire Universe and its Creator and remarkable ability to plunge deeply into the seas of philosophy” 
This decan is the home of the ruthless fixed star Facies. The similarity with the name Facies and Fascist is too uncanny to ignore when you have some prime fascistic types born within this decan, Moon in Capricorn 1 natives include; Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, Marine Le Pen, Ayaan Hirsi Ali (Who has had death threats), Melania Trump, Mark Chapman (John Lennon’s killer), plus the horoscope for the actual Death Of John Lennon. (Facies can be associated with assassination.) Indeed the values of Capricorn 1 are actually pretty similar to a fascist mindset, whether you like it or not. The word Fascist is tainted by WW2, but its true definition is actually not really that sinister.
This decan is dominated by the constellation Sagittarius the archer, so these folk aim high with their arrows and shoot to kill. This is a very important time of the year as the Sun crossed the winter solstice point of 0º Capricorn.
This is a transition point and gives us the darkest, longest night of the year and shortest day in the northern hemisphere. Capricorn 1 looks both backward (Saturn) and forward (Jupiter.) just like the Roman god Janus, which the next month January is named after. Janus rules gates, doorways, time and endings.
1 The Living Stars, Dr Eric Morse, p.93-94-95