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.  Sun conjuncts Mercury on Monday the 13th:  This is a great day for business!  The mind is bright, open, very interested in matters that will help to shine light on ourselves and our ideas. 
2.  The Moon enters Aries, giving us a few days of energized enthusiasm.
3.  The Moon harmonizes with most of the outer planets today which helps us to feel more balanced emotionally and at peace with the world around us.
4.  Mercury forms a harmonious trine to Uranus in an aspect that will begin to make itself known late on Tuesday but won’t culminate until very early Thursday morning.  We are stimulated and excited now to take on new projects, absorb new ideas, and expand our lives in new and unusual ways.
5.  The Moon enters placid and sensual Taurus on the afternoon of the 15th.  Expect to want to stay at home more, and hide the cookies. 
6.  The Moon is in challenging aspects with most of the outer planets on the 17th.  Expect to experience a roller coaster of mood changes.  
7.  Mercury changes signs on th 17th, leaving the emotional sign of Cancer for Leo.  Suddenly we are infused with the need to be celebrated and have our genius recognized by others.
8.  The Moon enters Gemini very late on the 17th.  Now it is essential to communicate, to share our feelings, to be heard by others.
9.  The Sun forms a harmonious trine to Uranus on the 18th, feeding us with a pure energy and excitement that is the harbinger of change.
10.  The Moon is in aspect with just about everything on the 19th; some harmonious, some challenging.  
11.  The Moon enters Cancer just before midnight on the 19th.  Family, history and cooking are now the most important things in our lives.

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