Tuesday, July 22

Peaceful. The Moon flies through talkative Gemini this morning without connecting to any other planet. So this is a good day to network and to get your ideas and thinking out on the table. It’s a good day to hit the bookstore and to find new sources of information.

The Sun enters home sign Leo at 4:41 PM Tuesday afternoon. You know who the Leos are—the Lions usually make certain you know their birthday. Meow.

The only other event in the Skywatch is a kiss. Moon sextile friendly Uranus at 7:29 PM. Quiet hours follow.

As times change.

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Monday, July 21

Hopscotch. Morning hours are good for important calls and business as the Sun and Moon form an agreeable sextile to each other at 9:13 AM.

Caution lights come on a minute later as Luna turns Void of Course until she enters Gemini at 11:36 AM. Hold off on finalizing matters while the Moon is V/C. Green lights come back on as the Moon changes signs and makes a welcome sextile to optimistic Jupiter at 1:52 PM. This is a good hour to ask favors, make a sales call, ride a horse on the beach or to file a case in small claims court—all ruled by Jupiter.

A challenging aspect, Mercury opposite Pluto, dominates the Skywatch Monday night. Either the truth comes out with this marker, or you may have no idea what the other person thinks.

Hold off on making judgments for now, as times change.

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THE WEEKEND: July 19-20

A clearing trend. The Moon sextiles sweet Venus at 5:34 AM early Saturday morning and green lights come on for work or play. Luna sextiles psychic Neptune at 4:49 PM and travels on to sextile curious Mercury at 6:52 PM. Sextiles bring times of opportunity and benefits if we will take action. So this is a good stretch of time for social and artistic events. A happy ending to Saturday evening is likely as the Moon trines healing Pluto at 1:31 AM early Sunday morning.

Sunday’s Skywatch is quiet. The Moon in favorite sign Taurus lines up opposite serious Saturn at 10:21 AM suggesting a good time to discharge a duty or to fulfill a promise. Luna sails out into quiet seas for the rest of the day and night. Get your rest on Sunday and get prepared for a high-energy week ahead with lots of positive markers and opportunities for you to make some progress, or some whoopee. Stay tuned, as times change.

2 thoughts on “THE WEEKEND: July 19-20

  1. James Tevas

    Is it not true that we should be aware that Venus makes a 135 frictional degree to Saturn late afternoon ?

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Friday, July 18

Tackle the hard jobs first thing.

Astrological skies are clear and high energy Friday morning with the Moon still galloping through Aries.

Caution lights come on after sundown as a series of challenging and aggressive markers appear in the heavens. The Moon starts the action as she squares the Sun at 9:08 PM and then opposes feisty Mars ten minutes later.

A sweet but weak Mercury Neptune trine follows at 12:37 AM tomorrow morning. The main event, the big square between the Sun and Mars follows and turns exact at 1:32 AM.

Accidents, arguments and creative thinking are all rolled into one evening from this lineup.

You’ll hear sirens in the city—be cool and safe Friday night.

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Thursday, July 17

Scrambled thoughts.

The Moon squares forgetful Mercury at 7:26 AM Thursday morning. This moment of confusion is short lived and the Skywatch clears a few minutes later as green lights flash for work or play.

Don’t be hasty today; the Moon is in impatient Aries and fools will rush in. The only quack in the heavens lines up at 7:39 PM when Luna squares compulsive Pluto.

Skip the criticism and just take out the garbage (Pluto) around this moment and you’ll be a hero. Calm hours follow.

As times change.

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Wednesday, July 16

Green lights.

A major event appears in the heavens at 5:30 AM when Jupiter leaves Cancer and enters fired up Leo, a once-in-12-year cycle last seen in 2002–2003. Leo is the sign of rulers and entertainers, and a party sign whose natives love to show off and be on stage. Obama, Madonna, Mick Jagger, Bill Clinton are all Leos.

Expansive Jupiter will put a little fire into moods and tastes of everyone in the months ahead and especially fire signs and planets: Aries, Leo and Sagittarius.

More good news in today’s Skywatch shows up at 1:14 PM when the Sun and Moon form a smooth talking trine that’s helpful in all situations. Pull back a bit as Luna squares lazy Venus at 7:57 PM and then turns Void of Course until she enters Aries at 11:07 PM.

A lovely trine to Jupiter immediately follows—it’s time to talk about future plans.

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