Tackle the hard jobs first thing while the Skywatch is clear. An element of confusion, illusion, and perhaps deception appears in the heavens Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Caution lights come on at noon. The main event is Venus making a square to spacey Neptune at 8:55 pm CDT Tuesday evening.
This marker covers the day with an idealistic attitude/view and is amplified when the Moon gets involved Tuesday afternoon. Luna squares Venus and opposes Neptune at 4:25 pm throwing a handful of expired fairy dust on the truth.
The Moon travels on to square selfish Saturn at 12:56 am Wednesday morning. Don’t believe all you hear on Tuesday and double-check all financial transactions, and you’ll rock on.
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Stick to routine.
The Moon trines friendly Uranus at 7:21 am CDT and then turns Void of Course until she enters practical Virgo at 10:16 pm Monday night.
This long V/C cycle just asks you to shop, ponder, research and wait until another day to make the final decision.
Likely you’ll get a burst of new energy when the Moon changes signs tonight as she makes a quiet but welcome sextile to Mercury at 11:16 pm. Luna sextiles the Sun at 2:43 am early Monday morning.
These sextiles offer a good time to speak your piece and to get a positive reaction.
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Communication mix-ups and a touch of confusion is in the air Saturday morning as the Moon squares trickster Mercury at 7:30 am CDT. A bigger problem this weekend is Jupiter making an inconjunct to dreamy Neptune, exact at 8:33 am Sunday morning. This marker is minor but these two big planets suggest you be careful with alcohol, drugs, poisons and water related activities—Jupiter has a tendency to ignore the details and go overboard promising and consuming. Neptune can also be deceptive and may disturb your sleep and dreams this weekend. The Sun and Moon make a challenging square at 2:14 pm Saturday afternoon suggesting a good time to back off and rest. A short thirty-minute Void of Course period follows until the Moon enters roaring Leo, ending the V/C cycle. Luna trines sweet Venus at 1:28 am early Sunday morning—it’s a good night kiss. But don’t push your luck Saturday night.
The inconjunct, a pairing of planets that leave both of them unhappy, becomes exact at 8:33 am and puts a spacey vibe into the Skywatch Sunday morning. Most of us will not notice any real problem with this marker as the rest of Sunday’s astrological weather is peaceful. The Moon sextiles/harmonizes with Jupiter at 7:44 am. Luna travels on to trine dependable Saturn at 3:20 pm kicking on the green lights for making important purchases and decisions. Quiet hours follow in the heavens. As times change.
A little squirrely. Stick to routine on Friday, if possible.
Morning hours are the best for calls and chores. A challenging tone is likely to show up around the water cooler Friday afternoon as the Moon opposes Pluto at 12:13 pm CDT and travels on to oppose feisty Mars at 3:04 pm.
Somebody’s feelings will hurt with this lineup; it’s not the best time to ask favors or to deal with difficult people. The Skywatch clears a half hour later or so.
But clouds again roll in after midnight as the Moon squares Uranus and a new aspect staggers into the picture.
A slight delay. The Moon turns Void of Course at 6:16 am CDT until she enters home sign Cancer at 10:28 am.
Green lights for work or play come on at this moment as the Skywatch clears for the rest of the day and night.
Moon in Cancer calls out a good day to cook something yummy, handle personal concerns, call your mother and to pay attention to your gut reactions—all ruled by Cancer.
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The powerful Mars Pluto conjunction in Capricorn pulls exact at 6:18 am CDT just as the Moon opposes grumpy Saturn early Wednesday morning.
Green lights kick on by 7 am as the rest of the Skywatch today is very different and instructive. Although the power in the conjunction hangs out in the heavens on Wednesday giving us all a stellar day to put some muscle into top priority matters.
The next major event in the heavens is Mercury lining up opposite to Uranus at 2:48 am early Thursday morning.
The Moon lines up in harmony with both planets at 9:41 pm Wednesday night suggesting a very good evening for getting at the truth and finding some common ground. But you may be shocked (Uranus) at what you hear.