Good, good. The Moon enters optimistic Sagittarius at 3:27 am PDT and streaks across the heavens without making contact with any other body. So this is a good day to contact others and to ask for what you want.
Dealing with horses, any form of education, and the law are all especially favored by the Moon in Sag. Green lights are up for social plans Friday night as Venus stations, slowing down in her orbit suggesting a different mood than that of the last few days.
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Electric. The Sun meets Uranus, ruler of electricity, in the heavens at 10:29 pm PDT Thursday night. This conjunction colors the day with an offbeat, rebellious edge to moods and actions.
Brilliant new ideas and positive changes are also more likely to appear as the rest of the Skywatch is supportive of good news on Thursday.
The Moon sextiles Pluto at 6:08 am and then sails out into calm seas this morning. Afternoon hours are high energy and hold the promise of success as the Moon opposes Mars at 5:04 pm and then trines sweet Venus at 9:17 pm.
This could easily be love at first sight with friendly Uranus charging up the ether. Make no decisions in the hours that follow as Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until tomorrow morning. As times change.
Quiet. The Moon in intense Scorpio sails out into quiet seas this morning—green lights are up for work or play.
The only exact connection Luna makes today is a kiss: she trines psychic Neptune at 5:49 pm PDT this afternoon.
Trust your instincts and intuition around this hour as you are likely to be tuned into the truth.
A bit of static is in the air this morning as the Moon lines up opposite erratic Uranus at 4:31 am PDT. You may not get to sleep through it.
A calm and dependable Moon-Saturn trine follows at 11:19 am setting up the best hour of the day for priority calls and business.
Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until she enters secretive Scorpio at 3:42 pm. Be cautious and hold off on making critical decisions and important purchases while the Moon is V/C. Especially since Mercury and Venus are both Retrograde now reducing our ability to see matters clearly.
Calm astrological skies return once the Moon changes signs ending the V/C cycle.
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High hopes but don’t throw out anything of value.
A Full Moon, exact at 11:08 pm in partnership sign Libra hits the spot where lucky Jupiter sits in the heavens at 3:58 pm PDT Monday afternoon. The warning comes from the Moon squaring unforgiving Pluto at 6:54 pm raising emotional pitch of many and encouraging some to burn bridges and sign off on friendships.
The complication which increases the tension in this lunation is that Venus and Saturn are both Retrograde now, and backing up they will stay in a tight 90-degree angle, a square, until April 21st. Saturn is stingy and tests the love of Venus—this is going to be a difficult time for all of us to stay positive.
I’ve never seen an alignment like this go on this long. Add to all that Mercury is also Retrograde—misunderstandings and unforeseen problems are certain to appear in the days ahead. Just remember this is all temporary—be very careful about making important purchases and major decisions in this window of time.
You might not have all the facts, and you might change your mind when it’s all over.
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The only Moon contacts on Sunday happen early in the morning as noted in Saturday’s forecast.
Moreover, the Moon turns Void of Course after the square to Saturn until she enters Libra at 5:34 am PDT early Sunday morning.
The main event on Sunday is Mercury beginning a three-week Retrograde cycle at 4:15 pm Sunday afternoon. Problems with the machines we use to travel in and communicate with are all much more likely over the next three weeks.
Delays, misunderstandings, errors, extreme winds, and weather are also typical of the days when Mercury appears to be backing up on the bases.
It will be a very good time to go back over your plans so with the idea of improving them so that you can be ready to put them into action once Mercury resumes forward motion on May 3.
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