The Skywatch today is stellar for priority calls, appointments and decisions as suddenly we have a positive lineup of planetary aspects today—and tomorrow, too.
The Moon trines dependable Saturn at 8:48 AM CST and then trines the Sun at 9:54 AM Monday morning. Both markers put you in the right frame of mind to interview for a new job, make a sales call, run a meeting or to teach a first grader how to subtract.
The good vibes continue as the Moon sextiles/kisses energetic Mars at 2:47 PM and then sails out into calm seas for the rest of the day and night.
Evening skies are friendly —reach out. As times change.
Handle the important stuff on Saturday. Hope you sleep through the Moon squaring Mars at 5:33 AM early Saturday morning. Green lights for work or play come on a few minutes later. A bit of resistance is in the air as the Moon opposes demanding Pluto at 1:48 PM. A compromise at that moment is likely to help the situation. A small surprise might pop up around 6:57 PM when the Moon squares unpredictable Uranus. Could be a pleasant surprise, too, as friendly vibes quickly return to the Skywatch for the rest of Saturday night.
Caution lights are up on Sunday. The Moon squares lazy Venus at 6:46 AM and then turns Void of Course until she enters Leo at 6:47 PM early Sunday evening. In this window of time the Sun squares dreamy Neptune at 8:50 AM and then meets/conjuncts somber Saturn at 6:16 PM early Sunday evening. Saturn helps you with your chores, duties and responsibilities on Sunday, but he won’t go dancing. Sorry. Times change.
Hold it! The Moon turned Void of Course last night after kissing Venus and remains V/C until she enters home sign Cancer at 1:27 PM.
I suspect many will be shopping while the Moon is V/C and I want to remind you to keep your receipts as purchases made in this part of the lunar cycle may not be satisfactory for one reason or another.
Green lights come on for shopping and important calls/biz once the Moon changes signs, ending the V/C period.
Clear skies follow for the rest of the day and night.
I can’t really describe a Saturn Neptune square that hits exact at 6:18 AM CST as it is a different tune for each of us depending on where these planets are in our birth charts.
The square adds a goofy, clumsy and potentially dangerous element to activities on Thanksgiving morning. Or the turkey is still frozen. Handle fire carefully and pay extra attention to the kids and critters roaming through the kitchen.
The Moon in Gemini keeps the lines of communications open as she sextiles friendly Uranus at 3:16 PM. Watch what happens as help arrives and moods lighten as the day goes on.
Luna squares generous Jupiter at 9:24 PM, and I get my second piece of pie as the Moon trines sweet Venus ten minutes later and peace returns to our kitty ranch—and hopefully to your home, too.
Leslie and I send you best wishes and want you to know we are thankful you are part of Skywatch Nation.
Simplify your plans and expect late travelers for the big Gobble.
An intelligent Mercury Mars sextile at 10:32 AM CST amps up our mental energy, but the Moon is Void of Course until she enters Gemini at 11:15 AM Wednesday morning.
Caution lights are up as Luna opposes the Sun at 4:44 PM creating a Full Moon that opposes Saturn in the heavens and squares Neptune at 10:50 PM perhaps foreshadowing the big square that becomes exact tomorrow morning.
Strange sleep and dreams are likely tonight—ruled by Neptune.
Tackle the hard jobs first thing.
A stout Moon Pluto trine at 8:56 AM CST helps you focus on the problems at hand and find solutions that work Tuesday morning. But double–check the details and stay on the conservative side of everything today.
Mercury meets the Saturn Neptune square in the heavens this afternoon and evening. Promises may be specious or you may not get all the facts in the communications you receive today.
Mixed signals appear in the evening skies as the Moon trines generous Jupiter at 7:26 PM. But Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until almost noon tomorrow. In this V/C window of time Mercury meets serious Saturn at 10:57 PM. And that’s followed by Mercury squaring dreamy Neptune at 1:15 AM early Wednesday morning.
Call it early and play it safe and cool tonight. As times change.