Green lights are up on Saturday. The Moon in water sign Cancer opposes Jupiter at 9:54 am PDT which might tempt you to plan more than is possible today. But Luna sails on to trine creative Neptune at 1:45 pm and then sextile the Sun at 3:44 pm. The big event on Saturday is Jupiter leaving his Retrograde cycle which began on May 15 and turning back direct in motion. Jupiter is the ruling planet of Sagittarius and Pisces who will find things get a bit easier in the days ahead, and this change helps all of us to grow and learn with less resistance and delays. Think before you speak Saturday evening when the Moon opposes intense Pluto at 7:19 pm. A grouchy and cynical Moon Saturn opposition at 12:37 am early Sunday morning cramps everyone’s style and won’t help you get a goodnight kiss. Better to call it early.
Caution lights. The Moon enters home sign, emotional Cancer at 1:23 am PDT early this morning and sails out into calm seas. The problem in the heavens today is the Sun lining up opposite to spacey and often deceitful Neptune, exact at 1:26 pm PDT.
Unrealistic plans and thinking are more likely with this pair. And especially when the Moon squares distracted Mercury at 7:49 pm Friday night. The only kiss in the Skywatch today follows as Luna sextiles friendly Uranus at 8:57 pm. Still best to keep it simple tonight.
Morning fog is from the Moon squaring dreamy Neptune at 5:16 am PDT. But that’s the only exact quack in the heavens today.
Green lights come on at dawn as the Skywatch clears. Well, almost. Mars in high octane Aries is now backing up on the bases—it’s like we are driving in reverse and need to be extra cautious about how fast and where we are going.
Headaches, cuts, burns, and mechanical troubles all are under the warrior planet’s rule. He doesn’t get into trouble today as the Moon makes a sextile to Mars at 9:48 pm.
Luna then turns Void of Course until tomorrow morning. S till, best to slow down and think twice before jumping into the action with Mars Rx. As times change.
Mixed signals. Morning hours are the best for important calls, meetings, and business. The Sun trines lucky and optimistic Jupiter at 9:04 am PDT encouraging agreements and compromise.
Caution lights kick on this afternoon as Mars begins a long Retrograde cycle at 3:23 pm. Any planet in Rx almost works against itself and often denies progress or success in the matters it rules. Mars is the leader, explorer, initiator who gives us the energy to put new plans into motion. When Mars is Rx our plans often don’t materialize, and we have to start over once Mars turns back direct in motion on November 13.
A better use of this time is to be working on a project you will unveil and initiate after the Rx cycle concludes. This particular Mars Rx cycle is in home sign Aries adding more difficulty to this period of time as it increases the desire to take action, and often without counting the cost or consequences.
Thus, accidents, fights, violence, and badly misguided actions along with mechanical breakdowns are all more likely in the weeks ahead. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread sums it up.
Caution lights. The Moon trines Saturn at 5:46 am PDT and then turns Void of Course until she enters loquacious Gemini at 2:27 pm.
Hold off on making important decisions and purchases while the Moon is V/C. Especially now that Mars is “stationing” in the heavens and about to turn Retrograde.
Green lights come on once the Moon changes signs, ending the V/C cycle, and a lovely kiss graces evening skies when Luna makes a sextile to agreeable Venus at 8:41 pm.
Clear skies follow. As times change.
Green lights. We’ve got a solid wall of kisses, positive aspects in the heavens on Labor Day.
The Moon in Venus-ruled Taurus trines the Sun at 9:09 am PDT bringing everyone to the breakfast table with a smile. Luna travels on to trine joyful Jupiter at 1:08 pm and then sextile compassionate and romantic Neptune at 5:35 pm.
The Moon then trines healing Pluto at 11:39 pm. Hopefully, this line-up serves up a lovely day for your celebrations and fun. As times change.