For Friday the 10th:
Coming up on 5 PM Pacific the Libra Moon opposes Venus and quincunxes Jupiter. Someone may try to claim territory that common sense says really can’t be claimed as theirs alone; we want to co-operate, they want to bully–but they miscalculate. Quietly stand your ground–the social sphere adjusts its thinking to us (for once), and we cut (or don’t even experience) any losses.
For Saturday the 11th:
11:30 AM PST the Moon conjuncts Zeus, making us one with our ambition and desire state–and probably launching a search (even if it’s only a speculative ‘what if?’) for a partner, personal or business.
And for Sunday the 12th:
12:30 AM PST the Moon poses as apex to a Finger of God with base of Sedna/ Vesta. We lose sight of what is sacred to us, of the importance of home and our intimate relationship, and yet somehow this has a positive, freeing effect that allows the emotional perceptions or the intuition to function effectively in these very same areas. It’s like the usual filters we apply to these subjects are removed, and we get a fresh look at them all. A very good aspect.
12:30 PM PST the Moon conjuncts Saturn, bringing emotional awareness to our reality. May result in a review of how we feel about ‘what is’ right now, and could light up limitations and those things that make us safe, and show us the difference between the two. Moon enters the Void at 1:09 PM PST; the Moon enters Scorpio at 2:01 PM.
Just after 5 PM PST the Scorpio Moon quincunxes Uranus, shaking it up, but gently–could be a matter of ‘Wake up and smell the coffee!’which we’re glad for, as it keeps us from an emotional misstep in the near future.
9 PM PST the Moon opposes Jupiter and trines Chiron, bringing forward a dissonance with the social sphere that actually provides an opening for healing. As long as we are willing to take that step back from the social order, the mending will take care of itself.
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