Sunday, September 21

Trouble is brewing on Sunday. Morning hours are the very best for work or play. As a quiet Venus Saturn sextile, exact at 8:03 AM, brews a perfect cup of coffee. The Moon is Void of Course from early hours until she enters Virgo at 10:54 AM. Wait until after the V/C cycle ends to finalize matters.

But you may not have much energy to spare on Sunday. The big event is Mars square Neptune, exact at 10:40 PM Sunday night. Neptune rules problems with alcohol, drugs, poisons, the ocean and water, deception and unrealistic attitudes when aligned in a square. Mars creates accidents, arguments and breakdowns in a square.

Be extremely careful around anything dangerous on Sunday, and especially Sunday night as the Moon joins the square at 10:05 PM. Most folks will have low energy on Sunday, while a few will cross the border from sanity and enter the Twilight Zone. Pay extra attention to the kids and critters now as little problems can get out of hand. And yes, this is a good evening to get in the rack early; Neptune can wear you out.

As times change.

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Saturday, September 20

Do the shopping and practical stuff on Saturday and take advantage of calm astrological skies.

The Moon trines friendly Uranus at 4:56 AM and then sails into quiet waters. Just note one low-energy moment when the Moon squares suspicious Saturn at 1:46 PM Saturday afternoon. Take a little break then and I bet you’ll enjoy the rest of the day as Luna quickly leaves the square and travels on through quiet waters.

A kiss shows up Saturday night as the Moon sextiles clever Mercury at 11:33 PM. This is a good time to lay your cards on the table and to ask for what you want.

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Friday, September 19

The coast is clear.

The Moon enjoys her romp through fiery Leo on Friday. She makes a trine to Mars at 5:41 AM which is bound to help the boys around here get their boat into the water and their fishing lines baited and out. There’s nothing else in the Skywatch on Friday to disturb the fishing as Luna sails out into calm seas for the rest of the day and night.

Her next connection will be meeting Jupiter in the early hours of tomorrow. Lot of folks will still be rocking at the moment, 2:29 AM CDT early Saturday morning. Moon Jupiter conjunctions appear in the heavens once every 28+ days and are probably the best days for those who work in the restaurant and bar biz.

You can bet the hot spots will be rocking on the west coast as this high-energy conjunction occurs just after midnight in SF and LA. It’s an excellent night for artistic and musical performances, sports and little adventures, and maybe a walk on the wild side? (Okay, get the chocolate swirl.)

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Thursday, September 18

Double-check the details as you start your day. The Moon squares trickster Mercury at 5 AM and mistakes are likely then, but that’s the only quack in the Skywatch on Thursday.

Green lights come on a few minutes later as Luna sails out into calm seas. The kiss of the day surfs in at 1:38 PM when the Sun and Moon blend their energies in a sextile. Get the important stuff done by then as caution lights come on a minute later due to Luna turning Void of Course until she enters Leo at 10:10 PM Thursday night.

Ah, but that’s when the party really gets going and when everyone gets another burst of energy.

And times change.

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Wednesday, September 17

Ruffled feathers.
The Moon opposes suspicious Pluto at 8:05 AM this morning which could make for a grumpy start to the day. But green lights come on as the Skywatch clears a few minutes later.

Afternoon hours are the best for important calls, meetings and business as the Moon sextiles/harmonizes with sweet Venus at 4:12 PM. An unexpected note is added to these events, however, as Luna will then square jumpy Uranus at 4:38 PM.

Clear skies return a few minutes later and evening hours are blessed with a Moon Saturn trine exact just after midnight—follow your intuition and trust your judgment tonight.

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Tuesday, September 16

Stop and go.

The Moon turned Void of Course last night and remains in this unfocused part of the lunar cycle until she enters home sign Cancer at 10:24 AM Tuesday morning. Green lights for work and play come on at this moment as the Skywatch clears for the rest of the day and night.

A sweet kiss in the evening hours suggests a good night for a movie, sweet bedtime story, taking in a musical or artistic performance, or going fishing—all under the spell of the Moon making a trine to creative and imaginative Neptune at 9:35 PM. Sleep is likely to come easily tonight. Trines blend the energy of the planets in a positive way and are typically good moments to act.

As times change.

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