Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Green lights.  The Moon in passionate Scorpio trines dream-maker Neptune at 6:13 am PDT this morning and then sails out into calm waters.

This is a good day to bring order out of chaos by cleaning out your desk or fridge. The only other marker in the Skywatch is a kiss, Moon sextile Pluto, exact at 12:44 pm.

Pluto is the ruler of Scorpio, so this sextile is especially good for working with others and finding solutions to old problems. Clear skies follow for the rest of the day and night.

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Monday, September 30

Caution lights are up on Monday. Be very careful with all financial transactions and read the fine print in all important matters.

The Moon enters possessive and often jealous Scorpio at 2:42 am PDT and finds her way into an opposition to rebellious Uranus at 11:55 am. Big clouds fill the Skywatch in the hours that follow as often greedy Venus lines up in a square to Pluto, ruler of criminals, at 9:14 pm.

This is why caution lights are up today as this square can inspire some folks to steal and/or hide the truth, work, and play. This is not the evening for social plans and remember to lock up tonight.

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Sunday, September 29

Sunday’s astrological weather begins with the Moon making a sextile to optimistic Jupiter at 7:27 am and then a conjunction to affectionate Venus at 8:38 am. Both markers increase the chances of seeing smiles at the breakfast table.

The only quack or stress element in the heavens today appears at 11:40 am when the Moon squares obstinate Pluto. A compromise at this moment will usually help solve any problems that come up then.

Luna then meets articulate Mercury in the heavens at 7:06 pm but turns Void of Course a minute later until tomorrow morning.

As times change.

2 thoughts on “Sunday, September 29

  1. Tashina

    Oh darn I forgot to send my yearly money in Miss my skywatch will send it in on Thursday when in town !!! So important for my life !!!

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Saturday, September 28

Splendid.

The Moon sails into partnership sign Libra at 3:03 am PDT this morning and then meets the Sun in the heavens at 11:26 am creating a lovely New Moon and a stellar day for a wedding, all social plans and an adventure.

Libra is ruled by sweet Venus who lines up in a kiss, a sextile, to lucky Jupiter at 4:40 pm. The good vibes in this Skywatch will drift into the evening hours—reach out.

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Friday, September 27

Take your time with early calls and chores. A foggy Moon Neptune opposition at 6:22 am PDT is followed by the Moon making a square to dogmatic Jupiter at 7:45 am.

The best hours of the day for priority matters follows as Luna travels on to trine powerful Pluto at 12:20 pm. Clear skies follow until the evening hours when the Moon meets aggressive Mars in the heavens at 8:58 pm.

This pair can lead you to the dance floor or to an argument. Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until tomorrow morning.

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Thursday, September 26

Tackle the hard jobs first thing. But be very careful in your speech and communications.

The Moon enters critical Virgo at 3:37 am PDT early Thursday morning and sails out into calm waters. The kiss of the day appears at 12:53 pm when the Moon trines friendly Uranus.

However, you may not get any good vibes or acceptance for your ideas today as the quack of the day follows at 4:49 pm when tricky Mercury squares uncompromising Pluto. Solving riddles and problems is the best use of this square, but it won’t be easy to sell your ideas and thinking today and tonight—wait for another day.

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