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Also, don’t do anything embarrassing, because someone will probably record it and put it on YouTube.

Finally — a practical astrology forecast that EVERYONE can use, regardless of their Sign! Make sure you bookmark this page and come back — it could be the most useful thing I’ve written all month.

Below is a listing for Void Of Course (VOC) Moon times and dates for the month of November (If you’re unfamiliar with how useful the VOC moon concept is, click here for more information). During the times listed, it is best to avoid starting or finishing any major projects or making important decisions. Make sure you print this off and keep a copy on you at all times while at work, because no one ever really wants to work in December anyway, and it’s always handy to have the Void Moon as an excuse for slacking off. It’s like a permission slip from your astrologer! Of course, if you get caught goofing off when the Moon ISN’T Void… you’re on your own, and if anyone asks, I don’t even know you.

December won’t be as bad as November was for lengthy Void of Course Moons, but there are still some lengthy ones to be had — especially December 7th. Remember: if you’re the person in charge of the company Holiday Party, get your plans and supplies in place a day early, otherwise that’s ll everyone will think of when they think of you for months to come. Work hard and get results? Sure, that’s fine. Mess up the company party, though, and you’re a dog.

Here’s your Void Of Course Moon listing for November 2013.
(All dates and times are calculated for eastern Time — “5 Hours West,” as its friends in Greenwich England call it.)

 

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Dec  1, 2013     8:34 PM  – Dec  2, 2013     1:31 AM
Dec  3, 2013    10:45 PM – Dec  4, 2013     1:49 AM
Dec  6, 2013    12:31 AM – 1:53 AM
Dec  7, 2013     7:11 AM  – Dec  8, 2013     3:34 AM
(Your entire Saturday get eaten by a Void Moon. Here’s hoping none of you have important plans)
Dec 10, 2013     1:41 AM – 8:05 AM
(Fully a quarter of International Human Rights Day goes nowhere… just like the ongoing struggle for Human Rights itself in many parts of the world. Think about that.)
Dec 12, 2013    10:37 AM – 3:40 PM
Dec 14, 2013     9:54 PM   – Dec 15, 2013     1:41 AM
Dec 17, 2013     4:28 AM    – 1:17 PM
(Right after a Full Moon in Gemini too. Talk about a whole bunch of useless chatter going nowhere!)
Dec 19, 2013    11:37 PM – Dec 20, 2013 1:48 AM
Dec 22, 2013     8:25 AM – 2:19 PM
Dec 24, 2013    10:55 PM – Dec 25, 2013    1:17 AM
(Here’s hoping Santa gets that sleigh loaded on time. What time zone is Santa on, anyway?)
Dec 27, 2013     6:00 AM  – 8:58 AM
Dec 29, 2013     8:54 AM  – 12:37 PM
Dec 30, 2013     6:36 AM   – Dec 31, 2013     1:01 PM
(It’s year-end at work, and everyone wants to slack off. This year, astrology gives you an excuse!)

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