Saturday, August 29

The Moon enters dreamy Pisces at 3:51 AM and a Full Moon takes center stage in the Skywatch.

Along the way, the Moon opposes Jupiter at 10:08 AM CDT and then opposes the Sun at 1:35 PM creating the Full Moon. Luna travels on to conjunct/meet spacey Neptune, ruler of Pisces, in the heavens at 5:21 PM late Saturday afternoon.

Problems with water, drugs and alcohol are more likely today and tonight along with an emotional meltdown in some folks. A healing Moon Pluto sextile pulls exact after midnight but it might not matter.

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Friday, August 28

No complaints. Green lights.

The Moon opposes Venus at 5:18 AM CDT but you won’t notice this soft connection. Tackle the hard jobs first thing as the Moon travels on to sextile/kiss innovative Uranus just before high noon.

Luna sails out into quiet seas for the rest of the day and night. Stay up later and the Moon squares grumpy Saturn at 2:02 AM early Saturday morning.

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Thursday, August 27

Green lights.

The Moon enters Aquarius at 3:03 AM CDT and sails out into quiet seas Thursday morning. She makes only one connection to other planets today and it’s a minor quack as she opposes feisty Mars at 11:24 PM Thursday night.

The big news today is Mercury entering Fall sign Libra at 10:45 AM this morning. He is almost four weeks ahead of schedule and that means Fall weather will be in the air, even when it shouldn’t be in the days ahead. This is unusual.

Let’s see what happens, Skywatchers.

As times change.

7 thoughts on “Thursday, August 27

  1. coocoochee

    howdy! would you please explain how a planet can be “ahead of schedule”? planets etc move steadily, like a clock, no? oh and, what do you mean by a “planet meets another?” thank you much!

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  2. Lance Ferguson

    the orbits of planets are not like basketballs, they are like footballs which means the planets stop and start at uneven places. For example, Mercury normally comes to the first day of Libra around Sept 22, but this year, due to Mercury being on the skinny end of his football orbit, he arrives at this same spot way early, today. His arrival in Libra signals the beginning of Fall. So, planets stop and start at different spots each year, but only Mercury really sings out to us because he signals the start and ending of the seasons. Planets meet each other when they are in the same part of the Zodiac. Of course they are not exactly on top of each other but they are in the same latitude and thus conjunct, meeting one another in the same degree of the circle. Yes, they are separated by
    thousands of miles, but their alignment does signal a blending of energies as they cover the same degree. Does that explain it to you?

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  3. Julie

    Your comment about Mercury heralding the seasons gives me tip to check next year’s ephemeris for Mercury’s movements as we are trying to decide whether or not to convert our evaporative cooler to refrigerated air (A/C) in 2016. Will it be a hotter and longer summer? Maybe Mercury will foretell!

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  4. Lance Ferguson

    nope…sorry, Julie…but we can’t tell highs and lows from Mercury’s path.
    He just gives us the timing of seasons, but not the quality of the weather to follow.

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  5. Lance Ferguson

    no, Kate….normal weather patterns will remain in place, but the hint of Fall
    is in the air now…the smell of a seasonal change is in the air now…can you feel it?

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Wednesday, August 26

A day of Grace.

Just one small quack is in the Skywatch today: Moon square unpredictable Uranus at 10:26 AM CDT. And it could be a pleasant surprise as clever Mercury and realistic Saturn line up in a sextile/kiss at 11:08 AM creating an excellent atmosphere for important calls and meetings.

Especially due to the Sun meeting lucky Jupiter in the heavens today at 5:02 PM. This happens once a year and sets up an excellent afternoon and evening for priority business and flirting.

This is a day to gamble on yourself and ask for what you want.

2 thoughts on “Wednesday, August 26

  1. Lance Ferguson

    this is a lesson day….the high energy Sun Jupiter energy in the Skywatch today contributed to the rise in the market as spirits soared…..that’s my take…and what you need to see is the same energy also sparked that crazed man to shoot people. How we use the energy, how we respond to the kisses and quacks is all ours to choose.

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    1. Martha Simms

      I’ve gone back and forth about looking ahead using Skywatch, but when something happens I always look back and find you’re always spot on, Lance. Wednesday was certainly “lesson day” for me. Ouch! No one was injured or harmed. Just my ego. Thanks for all you do.

      Jim

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Tuesday, August 25

Get organized first thing.

The Moon in practical Capricorn trines lucky Jupiter at 4:45 AM CDT as green lights come on for work or play Tuesday morning. This is a good day to deal with government agencies, big biz and all authority figures—all ruled by Capricorn.

Trust your intuition Tuesday afternoon as Luna makes a sextile to psychic Neptune at 2:32 PM. Clear skies follow until 10:33 PM when the Moon meets intense Pluto in the heavens. Your call on what happens then.

As times change.

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Monday, August 24

Rise and shine.

True, Venus is still Retrograde until Sept 6, so remember to show restraint in making major first-time purchases and important decisions in relationships. Better to wait until Venus turns direct to sort it all out. Venus rules your taste in people and matters.

So this is the time when you buy a wildly different piece of clothing you wear maybe twice and then put it away, never to wear again, because once Venus resumes direct motion you no longer have the same taste. Same story with people: you may not know who that new person really is until this Rx period ends.

The rest of Monday’s Skywatch is easygoing. The Moon trines friendly Uranus at 5:35 AM CDT and green lights are up. Get it done before Luna squares Mercury at 5:04 PM and then turns Void of Course until she enters Capricorn at 11:22 PM.

As times change.

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