High energy. All the planets are in direct motion Saturday morning, a fairly rare situation that encourages us to tackle priority matters with gusto. The Moon in determined Scorpio makes two connections to other planets in the heavens on Saturday, a trine to sweet Venus at 3:24 am PST and a trine to eager Mars, co-ruler of Scorpio at 5:52 pm. Luna then turns Void of Course until early Sunday morning.
The Moon enters generous Sagittarius at 2:45 am early Sunday morning and sails out into calm seas. The kiss of the day appears Sunday morning at 8:30 am when the Sun and Moon form a sextile and enjoy their conversation. Clear skies follow until the Moon squares dreamy Neptune at 11:38 pm Sunday night, yawn, and energy levels dip. As times change.
Make the most important call or transaction first thing.
The Moon sextiles Mercury at 3:14 am PST turning on the green lights for rest of the day and night, while sweet Venus sextiles healing Pluto at 5:53 am opening minds and hearts to understanding and agreement Friday morning.
And trust your instincts and vibes as the Moon trines psychic Neptune at 10:50 am. This is an excellent morning for cosmetic surgery, critical meetings and appointments with the people who can help you.
Good stuff hangs out in the evening hours, too, as Luna sextiles Pluto at 1:44 am and then trines sweet Venus at 3:24 am early Saturday morning.
Stick to routine. Caution lights. A low-energy and grumpy
A low-energy and grumpy Mars-Saturn square, exact at 1:15 am PST hangs out in the heavens Thursday morning. Plus, the Moon is Void of Course from early hours until she enters intense Scorpio at 2:09 pm Thursday afternoon.
Meanwhile, the Sun enters determined Aquarius at 1:24 pm and The Lights (Sun and Moon) make a square to each other at 2:13 pm. Quack, quack, quack.
This could be a customer from hell or the boss on a rampage. Save your priority calls and business for the hours that follow as the Skywatch clears completely—and green lights come back on—once we get this square in our rearview mirror.
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The Skywatch is friendly this morning with the Moon still in easygoing Libra.
A touch of resistance is in the air as the Moon squares mistrustful Pluto at 1:23 pm PST—not a good time to make an important call or decision. A stressful Mars Saturn square takes over the Skywatch this afternoon and evening.
Exact at 1:15 am early Thursday morning, this marker amps up our frustration level over delays, arguments and breakdowns on Wednesday.
A hot moment shows up as the Moon opposes jumpy Uranus at 7:41 pm. Luna then conjuncts lucky Jupiter in the heavens at 11:27 pm and sextiles Saturn at 00:55 am tomorrow.
A Moon Void of Course cycle follows with the heavy square pulling exact in this window of time.
Be cool and very careful with dangerous people and situations Wednesday night.
This is when shit happens.
The Moon turned Void of Course last night after trining Saturn and remains V/C until she enters Libra at 3:16 am PST early Tuesday morning. Libra is the sign that rules consultants of all kinds: financial, legal, beauty, on and on. So this is a good day to make important appointments and to get advice from the experts.
Just wait until after the Moon squares trickster Mercury at 10:37 am to be sure you really understand what you hear from these authority figurers.
Green lights come on a few minutes later as astrological skies clear completely for the rest of the day and night.
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The Moon in gentle Virgo trines healing Pluto at 3:39 am PST early Monday adding a spoonful of positive energy to your coffee and early calls and chores on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Slow down as Luna opposes hasty Mars at 11:02 am and you can likely sidestep a minor argument or accident.
The quack of the day follows at 2:13 pm when the Moon squares grumpy Saturn. Here’s the moment to organize your desk and to stay out of the line of fire.
The best hours of the day for handling priority matters follows as the Skywatch clears and green lights come on a few minutes later.
The kiss of the day shows up 10:09 pm when the Moon trines the Sun and a stellar balance between yin and yang appears in the heavens—it’s a moment of peace and love—the perfect symbol of Dr. King’s message to us all.