Thursday, October 30

Stop and go. The Moon is Void of Course until she enters friendly Aquarius at 8:52 AM Thursday morning.

Green lights come on at this moment as the Skywatch clears completely. This is a good day to check in with friends, clients and family and to ask for what you want.

The only quack in the heavens shows up Thursday night when the Sun and Moon form a challenging square at 9:48 PM. Again, this is when you are likely to throw a penalty flag because somebody didn’t take out the garbage.

The Moon travels on to square Venus at 12:34 AM and it’s bound to stink up the kitchen if it’s still there.

As times change.

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Wednesday, October 29

Two minor squares or hot pockets.

You might sleep through the first one as the Moon squares jumpy Uranus at 4:50 AM early this morning. Pull back a bit and double–check the details around 12:30 PM when the Moon squares trickster Mercury.

There’s nothing else in the Skywatch to disturb your day on Wednesday. Evening hours have a kiss: Moon sextile dependable Saturn at 10 PM.

It’s a good night to phone home.

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Tuesday, October 28

Surf’s up. The Moon enters conservative Capricorn at 5:03 AM Tuesday morning as green lights come on for work or play.

A Sun Neptune trine at 4:50 AM early this morning prompts you to listen to your intuition as you start your day. Take your time with early calls and the traffic as the Moon meets eager Mars at 7:45 AM.

Three lovely sextiles follow in the Skywatch as the Moon kisses Neptune at 1:36 PM, and then the Sun at 2:18 PM, and finally the Moon sextiles sweet Venus at 4 PM. All three are good for finding new opportunities and sources of profit, getting a beauty treatment, buying art and being involved with charitable groups.

Evening skies are clear until the Moon meets intense Pluto at 12:47 AM early tomorrow morning.

As times change.

3 thoughts on “Tuesday, October 28

  1. Robin Gadient

    Greetings All-
    Real quick question because I need to schedule a surgery. Is a kiss day the right day to do that?
    Thanks to whoever answers!

    Reply
    1. Wren

      Hi Robin, Yes, a kiss day is good. A Kiss+ day or “Day of Grace” as Lance calls ‘em is even better if you can manage it. Good luck!

      Reply

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Monday, October 27

Changes.

Good ones are happening in the Skywatch now. Mars entered Capricorn yesterday and that’s his favorite sign as he gets organized and efficient in this earth sign. And we all get to borrow some of this energy over the next six weeks.

Tackle the hard jobs first thing Monday morning as the Moon trines lucky Jupiter at 11:18 AM. Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until tomorrow morning. Hold off on making purchases and decisions while the Moon is V/C. But keep your radar on as sweet Venus trines creative Neptune at 1:48 PM.

The Sun will also trine Neptune late this evening increasing our psychic awareness—trust your intuition today and tonight. Dreams can be evocative—pay attention.

As times change.

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THE WEEKEND: October 25-26

Saturday:
Good news. Mercury ends this long Retrograde cycle at 2:17 PM Saturday afternoon. The sweet vibes from Venus are likely to linger around the breakfast table but it’s best you get crackin’ Saturday morning as the Moon meets organized Saturn at 11:11 AM but then turns Void of Course until late tonight. Okay, pull back from the material world and enjoy the spiritual side of things along with nature, art and helping others—all enhanced by the Moon V/C cycle. No doubt the party will get louder as the Moon enters jolly Sagittarius at 11:40 PM. Clear skies follow. Rock on.

Sunday:
A sleepy Moon Neptune square (hangover) at 8:33 AM is the only blemish in the Skywatch on Sunday. Green lights come on a few minutes later. And with the Moon in optimistic Sag now, this is a very good day to explore and adventure. Mercury is now direct in motion. And the prevailing breeze in the heavens is upbeat and positive. Evening hours are good for social calls as the Moon trines friendly Uranus just past midnight. As times change.

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Friday, October 24

A day of Grace.

Green lights are up on Friday as there’s nothing but good news in the Skywatch. The Moon in Scorpio trines dreamy Neptune at 1:29 AM early this morning and then sails out into calm seas.

A quiet but powerful kiss appears at 1:15 PM when the Moon sextiles Pluto, the ruler of Scorpio. This is a good time for an important appointment, meeting, sales call or to interview for a new job.

In the background the Sun is meeting Venus in the heavens and this energy usually gives everyone a positive attitude, and some folks fall in love as this pair hold hands, exact at 2:31am early Saturday morning.

You’ll have to wait a year for this event to happen again.

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