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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Our Daily Planets - Thursday, October 8, 2015

Today, the Sun is in Libra. The Moon moves into Virgo and is a Balsamic Moon.
The time for assistance by family, friends, and helpful people through charm and endless superficial discussions about relationships is coming to a close these days, while a focus on the nitty-gritty of daily life develops into a major theme in conversations and shared activities.
While there is still a tendency to dissolve the day in alcohol or videos or other forms of escapism, being active with what would normally be mundane tasks is becoming more fun and taking more of our time and energy.
Difficult tensions leading to and resulting from significant life or project changes are still happening for many people, there's no getting away from it this week.

Today is one of those magical sky days, where, when we look up at the Moon, we find the bright lights of Venus and Mars in a straight line extending from the fat crescent side. Venus is the brighter of the two lights. Over the next two days, the Moon will travel between and then to the other side of the two bright lights. And, if we look carefully beyond the dimmer of the two lights (Mars), and a little lower in the sky, we'll find Jupiter, as well.

Transit list for Thursday, October 8, 2015
Sun semisquare Moon            (semisquare represents a challenge for which a solution is somewhat more easily found.)       
Sun semisquare Venus           
Sun oppose Uranus                 (opposition represents tugs of war and mirroring)
Sun biquintile Neptune           (biquintile represents the impulse for gifted creativity.)
Sun square Pluto                     (square represents challenge and difficulty.)
Moon conjunct Venus             (conjunction represents working together, and the beginning of a new cycle.)
Moon square Saturn                (square represents challenges and difficulty)
Moon sesquiquadrate Pluto     (sesquiquadrate represents a challenge for which a solution is somewhat more easily found.)
Mercury is retrograde              (retrograde represents a period of do-over and reconsideration.)

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