Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Jarring. Caution lights.  There’s a host of difficult elements in the Skywatch on Wdnesday —keep it simple.  The Moon squares Pluto, conjuncts contrary Uranus and opposes Jupiter—the three Stooges—all by 10:43 am PST.

The big event is the Sun meeting dreamy and spacey Neptune in the heavens, exact at 6:45 pm. This marker will color the day and night with a foggy, out of focus energy. Good for creative visions, skipping work, helping others. Not good energy to buy stocks or make decisions.

The Moon travels on to meet aggressive Mars in the heavens at 1:48 pm which will interfere with the placid reverie Neptune evokes.

The most dependable moment follows as the Moon trines practical Saturn at 6:18 pm, but Luna turns Void of Course thereafter until she enters Taurus at 11:43 pm.

Neptune rules the evening sky and many will drink too much to his calling. Be careful and safe tonight.

As times change.

8 thoughts on “Wednesday, March 1, 2017

  1. Linda Everett

    Hi Lance,
    I do not see the post I submitted yesterday, so am doing again. I noticed on Feb. 5 there was no
    mention of Jupiter Retrograde’s beginning. Can you tell me a little bit about J. Rx, as you’ve done
    before in the Skywatch about Mercury Retro.? Wondering what to do or do not….
    Thanks,
    Linda

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  2. Linda Everett

    Leslie,
    I do not see a thing about Jupiter Retrograde on Feb. 14. Btw, when does Jupiter Retrograde end?
    I’ve looked thru Feb. & March & no mention of it.
    Linda

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  3. Mary Lou Berndt

    Lance, I’m planning experimental stem cell injections in both knees to try to avoid knee replacement (I have researched for some time). I read both March and April long term forecasts. Neither months seems fortuitous, but I need to decide between March 9 or April 6. Can you suggest the better of the two days?

    This is how much I depend on Skywatch! thanks for all you do.

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  4. Estie Golan

    Greetings!
    I’ve looked to March Kiss & Quack days and seems there’s a duplicate or overlapping, lifted directly from the website. Can you explain or clarify? Thank you!!!
    LOOKING AHEAD TO MARCH:
    Scale back your expectations and
    plans as expansive Jupiter opposes
    Uranus and squares Pluto in March.
    The most difficult quack days include:
    Mar 1, 5, 18+, 23, 30+. Try to schedule
    the important details of your life
    on the kiss days: Mar 5, 7 in the
    morning only, 18+, 19, 24, 27+. Days
    marked with a + are extra powerful
    for better or worse.

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  5. lance ferguson

    oops..

    March Kiss days: 5, 7 (morning best), 18+, 19, 24, 27+
    March Quack days: 1, 12+, 17, 23, 30+.

    Reply

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Tuesday, February 28

Slow down. The Moon travels through impatient Aries today inspiring some pilgrims to be hasty and self-centered.

Morning hours are the best of the day for important calls as the Moon meets sweet Venus in the heavens at 6:55 am PST.

The positive energy in Aries makes this a very good day to put new plans into motion and to find new sources of support and profit.

Clear skies follow the Moon’s taste of Venus.

As times change.

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Monday, February 27

Don’t go overboard.

The main event today is impatient Mars lining up opposite to overconfident Jupiter, exact at 6:24 am PST Monday morning. This marker encourages all of us to promise more than we can deliver and to expect more than is possible.

Further, a testing moment shows up at 3:08 pm when the Moon squares cynical Saturn. Caution lights come on with this grumpy square as Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until she enters fired up Aries at 8:52 pm Monday night.

Likely you’ll feel the new surge of energy and stay up later than usual tonight.

As times change.

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Sunday, February 26

Caution lights are up on Sunday.  A Solar Eclipse and New Moon in Pisces becomes exact at 6:58 am PST Sunday morning.

Luna travels on to conjunct spacey Neptune at 12:56 pm. A dangerous Mars-Uranus conjunction or meeting in the heavens at 4:17 pm Sunday afternoon will fire up the rebel side in all of us, and some will take it to extremes and get violent and argumentative.

Problems with cars, computers and anything electrical are also more likely as they are ruled by Uranus. Slow down and play it safe and cool Sunday afternoon—this is another one of those times when shit happens.

Clear skies follow but don’t take any chances tonight as more clouds roll in and times change.

2 thoughts on “Sunday, February 26

  1. Rose

    I’m not a member but I do read your Blog…you are always right on ,my daughter ended up in jail from a family dispute and it’s only 4:10 am Central time ,stuff like this doesn’t happen to us ,weird.

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Saturday, February 25

Quickly.

There’s a blast of good energy in the Skywatch Saturday morning as the Moon trines lucky Jupiter at 3:02 am PST and then sextiles dependable Saturn at 10:11 am.

Caution lights come on a minute later as Luna turns Void of course until she enters dreamy Pisces at 4:24 pm Saturday afternoon.

Hold off on making important decisions and purchases while the Moon is V/C. The Moon meets curious Mercury in the heavens a 4:36 pm Saturday afternoon and then sails out into calm waters for the rest of the day and night.

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Friday, February 24

Tackle the hard jobs first thing.

Morning hours are the best of the day for important calls and business as the Moon sextiles sweet Venus at 7:41 am PST and travels on to sextile eager Mars at 11:38 a.m.

Sextiles offer us excellent times to take action—good times to speak up and place your order.

Astrological skies clear completely after the sextile to Mars and remain clear for the rest of the day and night.

As times change.

 

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