Thursday, August 28

Quiet.

Green lights are up this morning as the Moon sails out in easy going Libra and makes a quiet but welcome sextile to optimistic Jupiter at 11:44 AM. As always, the hour or so in front of the exact lunar connection is usually the more favorable if the contact is a kiss, while you can expect the stress in quacks, usually squares and some oppositions, to also appear ahead of the exact contact.

Note the hour this afternoon when the Moon squares inflexible Pluto at 3:03 PM and watch the reactions around the water cooler. So this is not the time to seek approval or your ideas or to make a sales call.

However, Moon squares break apart quickly and we welcome clear skies Thursday evening. A twist of events.

The Moon opposes unpredictable Uranus at 12:30 AM early Friday morning. Trouble is brewing past that hour.

As times change.

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Wednesday, August 27

Two problems. Caution lights.

The Moon is Void of Course from yesterday until she enters Libra at 4:54 PM (CDT). Hold off on finalizing purchases and decisions while the Moon is V/C. The second problem is a square between sweet Venus and aggressive Mars at 10:46 AM Wednesday morning. Hard to call how this square will turn out.

Some folks will be fired up and ready to impulsively spend their money—let’s see what happens on the stock market this morning. There also could be bad news about interest rates or currency as that is Venus ruled. Alliances formed this morning are not good bets to survive.

However, if you are ready for a fight, this is a good morning to get it started.

Green lights come back on once the Moon changes signs and we leave a cranky three-day period in the Skywatch.

Much better days are ahead.

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Tuesday, August 26

No love, no mercy. Stick to routine and keep a low profile this morning.

Sweet Venus squares selfish and cold-blooded Saturn at 1:22 PM today. Here is bad news for those who have blown off their responsibilities—this is the day they turn off the power for some—and when there’s bad news at the ATM.

Let this marker go by before you make important calls, if you can.

Luna makes a peaceful sextile with Saturn at 4:20 PM and then sextiles Mars at 5:38 PM. Both sextiles offer better chances for agreement and completion of your task. Luna travels on and meets curious Mercury in the heavens at 9:29 PM Tuesday evening and then turns Void of Course until tomorrow afternoon.

As times change.

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Monday, August 25

Pace yourself.

Three splendid kisses, positive planetary alignments, fill the heavens just as a New Moon becomes exact at 9:13 AM Monday morning. New Moons bring a good time to plant seeds and initiate new activities. However, off in another part of the galaxy, aggressive Mars meets set-in-concrete Saturn at 2:30 PM Monday afternoon. Caution lights come on.

Resistance of some kind is likely today with Saturn making this once-every-other-year conjunction with impulsive Mars in the heavens. This is a great pair for getting things organized and getting your hands dirty working on a project.

Accidents, arguments and breakdowns are likely with those who can’t handle frustration well. Kids and critters are in this last group—skinned knees will be Saturn’s doing.

The last bit of trouble today shows up at 5:15 PM when the Moon opposes spacey Neptune—the fog quickly lifts a few minutes later. Clear skies prevail for the rest of the day and night.

As times change.

3 thoughts on “Monday, August 25

  1. Lance Ferguson

    Central Daylight Time is used here now.
    At the top of this page in blue letters:
    US Central Standard Time
    Click on it and you can figure out the time correction
    in your time zone no matter where you live.

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  2. Sandy

    Dear Lance & Leslie,

    While i am on autopilot now -subtracting 2hrs for my own time zone- on my iphone the info. and link you describe above does not show while the spoiltness of the disposable information age does. I’m sorry for all the complaints and sarcasm these ungrateful users (my brothers and sisters) continually post to you.

    Much love and gratitude to you and Leslie for all you give and do!

    Wishing you a Happy Healthy Safe Summer!
    Sandy

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Sunday, August 24

Your astrologer advises you to take it easy on Sunday. And to ignore the material world and not spend a lot of money or make major decisions.

The Moon is Void of Course from 3:26 AM early Sunday morning until she enters Virgo on Monday morning. So this is an excellent day and night to focus on the spiritual world, art, music, nature and to giving something back and helping others.

Clever Mercury is on stage Sunday night and delighted to be connected with Mars and Saturn in harmony. It’s a good night to gather new information/connections that will help you in the future.

As times change.

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Saturday, August 23

A double dipper.

There are two lovely conjunctions in the heavens on Saturday. Green lights are up for a new adventure or finding the house of your dreams.

The Moon in Leo meets, conjuncts, lucky Jupiter at 8:47 AM (CDT) Saturday morning and the day is off to a marvelous beginning. Clear skies follow until Saturday evening when the Moon conjuncts sweet Venus in the heavens at 9 PM.

Your choice on how you spend this lovely moment—it certainly sets up a very good evening for social plans and introductions. Something sweet fits here, too.

Luna travels on to trine friendly Uranus just past midnight. Caution lights come on at the Moon squares Mars at 1:40 AM early Sunday morning. Luna will square Saturn after that and turn Void of Course.

Better to call it before the squares.

2 thoughts on “Saturday, August 23

  1. Stephen

    Lance, would you think the effects of the Pluto-Uranus square are cumulative, the longer they last? I am thinking of the dreadful violence and brutality and disregard for human life that’s cropping up all over the place, and also about the Sixties with its Pluto-Uranus conjunction, and how 1968 was even more disruptive than 1963, on a world wide scale. Interested to hear your thoughts. On the other hand, I hope the news aren’t stressing you out too badly in your ongoing recovery.

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  2. Lance Ferguson

    yes, I think the Uranus Pluto square is the problem, er, one of the big ones
    that times the emergence of dictators and killers…this last happened in
    the early 30′s when Hitler and Stalin came to power. It is the ultimate square
    for death, destruction and what looks like genocide. The conjunction in the 60′s
    brought us Viet Nam, and another time of great loss and death.

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