Saturday, March 28

Quiet. The Moon in Cancer sails out into calm waters Saturday morning. Green lights are up for work or play.

The kiss of the day shows up at 4:55 PM CDT when the Moon trines clever Mercury. Trines blend the qualities of each component and bring a time of balance and harmony. So if you have a difficult situation to deal with or have to make a difficult call, this is a very good time to do it. The outcome is still in your hands, but you will be using the energy in the Skywatch to give you the best shot at getting an agreement or satisfactory response.

If you want to start an argument, wait until the Moon squares feisty Mars at 8:58 PM Saturday night. There’s a flash of impatience/anger in the air when the emotional Moon challenges/squares Achilles/Mars who doesn’t give a damn about feelings. All the players in the Zodiac have their own powers and personality. You’ll meet Mars tonight. Take him on a walk or go do the dishes—use his energy and you’ll skip the argument and enjoy the quiet hours that follow.

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Friday, March 27

Trust your intuition.

The Moon in vibe-sensitive Cancer trines psychic Neptune at 6:34 AM CDT Friday morning. Green lights are up as Luna then sails out into calm seas.

The kiss of the day appears at 2:29 PM when the Moon sextiles or harmonizes with sweet Venus. This is a good time to interview for a new job or to ask a favor.

Caution lights kick on at sundown as a series of quacks, challenging aspects, line up in the heavens. The Moon opposes inflexible Pluto and squares Uranus at 9:09 PM. A bigger problem is that greedy Venus squares Jupiter two minutes later.
This square is soft but coats the day and night with high expectations and the desire for champagne, bonbons and expensive purchases.

Philosophical disagreements are likely as well and I hope it’s not with a cop—Jupiter rules the law. Astrological skies clear once the square is in our rearview mirror.

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Thursday, March 26

Stick to routine. The Moon sextiles eager Mars at 7:35 AM CDT but then turns Void of Course until she enters home sign Cancer at 2:45 PM Thursday afternoon. Hold off on making purchases and decisions while the Moon is V/C.

Green lights kick on as the Moon changes signs and we get a blast of new energy. Cancer rules our home, family, personal concerns and our gut—what’s for dinner tonight?

Clear skies follow until a very grumpy Sun Moon square appears in the heavens at 2:43 AM early Friday morning.

As times change.

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Wednesday, March 25

Dress for success.

This is a good day to deal with the boss and all authority figures. Green lights are up. The Moon in clever Gemini sextiles/agrees with optimistic Jupiter at 7:17 AM CDT and travels on to sextile friendly Uranus at 12:29 PM.

The main event follows and is in power all day: the Sun in trine with dependable Saturn, exact at 2:25 PM. This is also a very good day to deal with the government, big biz and the DMV—all ruled by Saturn.

Clear skies follow until the Moon squares Mercury at 10:05 PM and you wish you hadn’t brought the subject up or you read this early this morning and knew to let your voice mail handle your calls Wednesday night.

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Tuesday, March 24

Saddle up. Just wait until the Moon enters talkative Gemini at 8:22 AM CDT to tackle the hard jobs. Green lights come on at this moment as the Skywatch clears.

The kiss of the day shows up at 3:10 PM when the Sun and Moon form a balanced sextile, a marker that helps us all find agreement and compromise. Pull back a bit as Luna opposes serious Saturn at 4:53 PM Tuesday afternoon—this is a dip in the energy level, and often a moment of doubt.

Clear skies return a few minutes later until the Moon squares dreamy Neptune at 10:58 PM Tuesday night. I know I’ll be in the sack by then. As times change.

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Monday, March 23

Quickly. The Moon trines Pluto and then sextiles clever Mercury at 9:24 AM CDT Monday morning. Both markers help you make good choices.

Caution lights come on a minute later as the Moon turns Void of Course until tomorrow morning. Hold off on making important purchases and decisions while the Moon is V/C as our intuition and judgment can be cloudy during this part of the Moon’s cycle. These long V/C periods are unusual and caused by the rest of the planets all bunching up in a small part of the Zodiac. That leavens lots of empty space for the Moon to wander around in and turn V/C.

A gentle and creative Venus Neptune sextile blesses evening skies. Exact at 1:26 AM tomorrow morning, this pair loves to dance, watch movies, have a night cap and read sweet bedtime stories. Okay, sexy bedtime stories, too.

As times change.

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