Saddle up. Green lights. This is a stellar day to attack an important problem, schedule elective surgery or an important appointment, and to put your wishes and ideas out on the table.
The Moon enters fired up Aries at 5:40 am PDT early Friday morning and then sails out into calm seas. The main event in the Skywatch is the Sun making a trine to healing and powerful Pluto, exact at 4:07 pm Friday afternoon.
The Sun rules bosses, your father, and all authority figures—Pluto helps you communicate and work well with all today.
Clouds begin to roll in Friday night as stress levels rise in the Skywatch. The Moon squares grumpy Saturn at 9:35 pm. And an argument could be brewing as Mercury lines up in a square to hotheaded Mars which will be exact Saturday morning—skip the political talk Friday night.
A dreamy start.
The Moon meets dream-maker Neptune at 3:28 am PDT early Thursday morning. But astrological skies clear quickly past this moment as Luna travels on to trine upbeat Jupiter at 7:26 am.
Step lightly as the Moon then squares touchy Venus at 9:45 am. Green lights come on for work or play a few minutes later as the Skywatch improves in a big way as the Moon sextiles/harmonizes with the Sun at 10:58 am.
The calm balance in a Sun-Moon trine or sextile creates an excellent time to interview for a new job and/or to make important decisions and purchases.
Another kiss, a positive marker, follows as the Moon sextiles healing Pluto at 1:13 pm. Here’s a good time for a meeting or sales call—you can get to the heart of matters quickly with this pair.
Quiet hours follow for the rest of the day and night. As times change.
Green lights. Pay attention to your hunches and instincts today.
The Moon travels through psychic and intuitive Pisces and makes only one connection to another planet, and it’s a good one.
The kiss of the day appears at 1:22 pm PDT when the Moon sextiles realistic Saturn. Here’s a good time to schedule important appointments and to work with folks in the government and big business, ruled by Saturn.
Evening hours are quiet as the Pisces Moon sails out into calm seas.
Upbeat, but don’t go overboard.
Green lights are up Tuesday morning at the Moon sextiles clever Mercury at 5:50 am PDT and then sails out into calm seas.
The big event in the Skywatch today is the Sun lining up opposite generous Jupiter, exact at 5:39 pm Tuesday afternoon. Good ideas and connections can come from this pair, but keep your expectations within reason and don’t promise more than you can deliver today.
A friendly Moon-Uranus sextile follows a 7:29 pm. Luna then turns Void of Course until she enters romantic and psychic Pisces at 8:11 pm. You’ll get a fresh blast of energy at this moment and I wouldn’t be surprised if you get hooked watching a movie and stay up late.
Dreams can be evocative tonight, too—all from the Pisces ruler Neptune’s touch.
As times change.
Caution lights. An uncompromising Mercury-Pluto square at 1:49 am PDT Monday morning puts a challenging tone into the Skywatch as you start your day.
Double-check all financial transactions today as Venus makes a square to unrealistic and often fraudulent Neptune at 2:59 pm Monday afternoon—this also means people and events may not be what they seem today.
The kiss of the day shows up next as the Moon trines Venus at 4:25 pm encouraging agreement and compromises from others.
But the good vibes won’t last as Luna squares the Sun at 7:09 pm and also squares opinionated Jupiter at 9:11 pm Monday night.
As times change.
Sweet dreams are likely early Sunday morning as the Sun makes a sextile and welcomes the connection to dream-maker Neptune at 6:57 am PDT.
Meanwhile, the Moon squares Uranus at 6:48 am and then turns Void of Course until she enters Aquarius at 7:48 am. Green lights come on at this moment as the Skywatch clears until the evening hours.
The Sun-Neptune sextile encourages you to help others on Sunday; Neptune is a compassionate force who also fires up your creative and imaginative juices.
A hot Mercury-Pluto square is brewing and on stage late Sunday night, exact at 1:49 am early Monday morning. So this is not the night to talk politics or to work on the budget.
As times change.