Tuesday, January 2

A powerful clearing trend in the Skywatch begins today as Uranus turns direct in motion after a long Retrograde period at 6:12 am PST.  At this moment Uranus joins all the other planets who are direct in motion.

This is an unusual period of time lasting until March 9 when there are no Retrograde planets in the heavens. For us, this lineup suggests a very good time to put maximum energy into important goals and objectives. And this situation makes the kisses, the positive markers, in the Skywatch even more effective at encouraging successful situations and outcomes in this window of time.

Morning hours are best today for chores and biz. Note the Moon squares unpredictable Uranus at 2:46 pm. Luna then turns Void of Course until she enters roaring Leo at 11:22 pm — Stay up this late you’ll likely be up later…as times change.

2 thoughts on “Tuesday, January 2

  1. Sara Lovegrove

    What I found extraordinary was that we had a full moon on 1/1/2018. Hooray for Grandmother Moon and all that she signifies. I know this year will be stellar. I can feel it in my bones.

  2. lance Ferguson

    It is unusual, Sara, and there is more good stuff in the heavens showing up this week. More good news: There are no big bomber quacks or squares in the Skywatch in 2018. This is helpful and will make the Venus and Mars Retrograde cycles easier to deal with in the months ahead.
    Rock on.


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