Don’t force it.
The Skywatch is loaded with high energy markers and a potentially dangerous aspect on Friday.
The kiss of the day favors the early birds as Venus trines Saturn at 5:22 AM. Caution lights come on a minute later as a series of stressful markers, quacks, begin with the Moon squaring inflexible Pluto at 10:14 AM (CDT is the time zone used in Skywatch).
The main event follows and will be in power all day and night: Mars square Jupiter, exact at 5:47 PM. Accidents, arguments and gambles that fail follow this pair around—play it safe and stay under the speed limit today.
Mixed signals are up this evening as the Moon opposes rebellious Uranus and squares Venus at 9:58 PM.
Meanwhile, clever Mercury meets optimistic Jupiter in the heavens, exact at 2:33 AM early tomorrow morning.
Brilliant ideas are born at such moments.
Talk through problems, get past the square, and you can find solutions Friday night.
The Moon makes a quiet but welcome sextile to clever Mercury at 9:48 AM suggesting a good morning to handle important calls and business. Note that Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until she enters Libra at 11:09 AM. Hold off on finalizing matters while the Moon is V/C.
Green lights come back on once the Moon changes signs and heads towards a pleasant encounter, a sextile, to Jupiter at 6:02 PM. Caution lights come on this evening as Venus lines up in a square to Uranus, exact at 11:43 PM.
Uranus does crazy things and likes to shock people. Venus in a square is not happy and can be decadent and buy things she doesn’t need. Something unexpected, backwards or rebellious is also likely with Uranus on Thursday. But now you know.
This is not the night to push your luck or to shoot out the lights. Kids and critters might be spooky, too. Be safe and stick to the tried and true Thursday night.
Let times change.
Rock on. The Moon in analytical Virgo sextiles sweet Venus at 3:26 AM early this morning. Luna travels on to sextile dependable Saturn at 8:28 AM.
This is all good news and there’s nothing else in the heavens to worry about on Wednesday. The coast is clear.
Astrological skies are clear and good for work or play on Tuesday. The Moon in efficient Virgo lends a hand to help you handle the important small stuff, the details that count.
Do note that a bit of fog or confusion appears in the heavens at 12:46 PM when the Moon opposes dreamy Neptune. That means this is not the day to have the third bloody mary at lunch. Some folks will be napping on the job at this hour even without the booze.
The stage clears a half hour later as Luna sails out into quiet seas. She makes a kiss, a trine to healing Pluto, at 10:15 PM Tuesday night. Here’s the evening to ask a favor, to say what you feel and to find answers.
Ask the questions Tuesday night. As times change.
Stick to routine.
Likely you’ll feel a bit of the tightness from a Venus Pluto opposition that fired up at 1:37 AM early this morning. Astrological skies clear in the hours that follow but the Moon is Void of Course from yesterday until she enters Virgo at 10:37 PM Monday night!
We are having extremely long V/C cycles due to the fact that most planets are in a small region in the Zodiac which gives the Moon lots of room to wander without any company and be V/C. Not a bad condition but not the best for making hard and fast decisions. Let things drift on Monday.
The next three days are much better for pulling the trigger. As times change.
Saturday is another day of Grace. For all of us, this is a stellar day to plant a seed in your life and to take action. Just take your time with early business as the Moon enters Leo at 9:55 AM, ending the long V/C cycle from Friday. However, Luna immediately squares impatient Mars who has just entered Scorpio at 10:29 AM Saturday morning. Green lights come on a few minutes later as a New Moon in Leo is born at 5:42 PM. This one is special because the Moon meets Jupiter on the way at 2:34 PM opening hearts and minds to finding agreement and understanding with others. Yes, Yes, Yes. Party lights are up Saturday night—Leo runs the show and she knows how to get down. And with the Sun, Moon and Jupiter all in Leo at the party, this is the evening to be in circulation or on an adventure. The guiding light of this New Moon in Leo conjunct Jupiter will stay on for the next two weeks. Use it well by expanding your world in some way. This is a good time to do what you said you would.
Sunday’s Skywatch is quiet. The Moon in regal Leo sails out into calm waters until early Sunday evening where a bit of trouble is lurking. Luna trines friendly Uranus at 7:14 PM suggesting a pleasant encounter but she travels on and quickly squares grumpy Saturn at 7:38 PM. Luna then turns Void of Course until tomorrow night. A new force appears at this moment as Venus lines up opposite demanding Pluto, exact at 1:37 AM early Monday morning. Compromise is the key to peace but might be hard to find Sunday night. Be sure to lock up—Pluto rules criminals. And times change.