Wow. With just one little warning, I’ve got to turn you loose on Wednesday.
This is the day to take a walk on the wild side as sweet Venus lines up in a fabulous trine to friendly and free-spirited Uranus, exact at 6:22 PM. Green lights are up this morning as the Moon sextiles Mercury at 9:30 AM. Luna then turns Void of Course until she enters Aquarius (ruled by Uranus) at 1:23 PM.
Don’t finalize matters while the Moon is V/C, but keep your radar on.
The trine encourages a moment of genius, love at first sight, an awakening. But it may not be real as the Sun and confused Neptune form a challenging square at 10:20 PM Wednesday night. Problems with booze, drugs, deceit = Neptune. There’s no evil in Neptune, just a desire to escape and dial out, along with a tendency to ignore the facts completely.
Unsettled start. The Moon gets tangled up in a blue Tuesday morning as she meets obsessive Pluto at 6:54 AM and then squares rebellious Uranus at 8:25 AM.
Green lights come on a few minutes later and the rest of the day has a much different character. The only other exact event in the Skywatch today is Mercury meeting realistic Saturn in the heavens, exact at 8:37 PM Tuesday night.
Get organized and you’ll find Saturn to be your friend.
Skip the bullshit today and just deal with the facts and you’ll make some progress on any project you tackle. Don’t expect any mercy for failure—Saturn can be very cruel. And if you have a new idea you want to discuss wait until tomorrow—the vibes will be much better.
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Stop and go. The Moon turned Void of Course last night and remains V/C until she enters organized Capricorn at 10:31 AM Monday morning.
Green lights come on for work or play at this moment as the Skywatch clears and Luna quietly motors through the sign that rules watches and time. I wonder if they sell more clocks when the Moon is in Capricorn?
It’s a good time to discharge responsibilities and to do your duty postponing pleasure for utility.
The kiss of the day is a quiet sextile between the Moon and psychic Neptune, exact at 6:46 PM. Tune in then. As times change.
Sunday’s Skywatch is easygoing. Green lights are up for work or play.
The Moon trines friendly Uranus at 5:02 AM early Sunday morning and then sails out into calm seas. The kiss of the day appears Sunday night when the Moon in Sagittarius makes a fabulous trine to Jupiter, the ruler of Sag, at 9:16 PM. This is a double kiss and sets the stage for a stellar evening for introductions, social plans and plotting your next successful endeavor.
It’s time to plant seeds and to initiate new plans over the next two weeks—the New Moon sets a cycle of growth into motion; Sagittarius brings the abundance of Jupiter to the party and he draws aces.
Moreover, the rest of the planets are in a series of kisses, complementary connections, over the next 14 days, except for Nov 30. Bottom line: this is easily the best two-week period of time so far this year to start something new in your life.
Don’t go overboard—that’s the danger with Sag. But bet on yourself. As times change.
High energy and a bit dangerous.
The Sun and Moon both enter fired up Sagittarius Saturday morning and conjunct in the heavens at 6:42 AM creating a New Moon. Caution lights are up however as Mercury squares Jupiter Saturday night at 10:43 PM. Communication problems, errors, misunderstandings and bullshit are all more likely today and tonight with this pair.
Meanwhile, the Moon squares spaced out Neptune at 2:51 PM Saturday afternoon. Good time for a nap but little else.
The kiss of the day will lift your spirits as the Moon meets sweet Venus in the heavens at 8:17 PM Saturday night. Be safe and stay under the speed limit as the Mercury square approaches—Jupiter rules the law and there is no doubt some folks will break several tonight and keep the cops busy.
Saddle up. This is a good morning to put a new idea or plan into action.
Clever Mercury makes a sextile to determined Mars at 8:01 AM increasing your awareness of new possibilities. Plus, the Moon will link up with both planets in harmony at noon. Yes, yes, yes.
This is an excellent Skywatch for important appointments, meetings, interviews and travel.
Note that the Moon squares over-optimistic Jupiter at 4:18 PM. The mood quickly passes and Luna sails out into calm seas until she meets up with serious Saturn just before midnight.
Clear skies follow.