Astrological Musings

by Lynn Hayes.  This is written for Eastern time zone – please adjust accordingly for your own part of the world.  You can see the positions of today’s planets here.

  1. Saturn is preparing to change direction and has slowed down to a crawl where it is said to be “stationary.”  This emphasizes the effect of Saturn which puts the brakes on our actions while we get them right.
  2. The Moon enters Capricorn on Tuesday morning and we move into a cycle of serious attention to business and responsibility.
  3. The Moon interacts positively with the Chiron/Neptune conjunction Tuesday morning between 1 and 2 am EDT, enhancing creativity and a sense of inner peace.
  4. Later that afternoon the Moon conjuncts Pluto at about pm which intensifies our focus and brings out our deepest emotions.
  5. Mercury retrogrades back into Taurus Wednesday the 13th at 7:53 pm. Taurus is a fixed sign and tends to be more comfortable with the delays of the retrograde period.  Still, communication continues to be somewhat challenging and requires methodical processing in order to be effective.
  6. Thursday morning should be an excellent time for work projects: the Capricorn Moon provides the discipline and interacts harmoniously with the Sun (for vision), Uranus (for brilliant ideas) and with Mercury (for efficacy in transmitting those ideas into reality). 
  7. The Moon leaves Capricorn for Aquarius on the 14th at 10 pm, signifying an emotional awakening that will be enhanced on Saturday when the Moon passes over the Chiron/Neptune conjunction.
  8. Watch for an intense weekend: The Sun faces off in a challenging aspect to Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune which begins on Friday and continues into Sunday when 
  9. the Moon squares the Sun and conjoins Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune. 
  10. Plus, Saturn turns direct on Saturday the 16th..  If you have been feeling stuck since February, you may get some relief now.  Just remember to stay focused and disciplined and stick to your plan. 
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