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There’s no real need to be racing out of the starting gate this morning with the Moon void in Scorpio until 12:15PM. Of course, if you are awake around 1:17AM, you can take advantage of a surprising boost on the compatibility front as Juno in Aquarius makes a supportive, 60-degree link to Uranus in Aries. Interest in fashion and style is rising, but last night’s abrasive, 45-degree between Venus and Saturn can still keep deep romantic urges on temporary hold.
Once the Moon breaks out of the fixed, power zone of hard-driving Scorpio and into the mutable, upbeat terrain of Sagittarius (12:15PM), it is a more welcome monthly time-period for fun, games, sports, and striving to hit the bull’s-eye of long-range goals. The lunar change from Scorpio to Sagittarius each month is often the most emotionally dramatic of any lunar metamorphosis. Thus, breathe several sighs of relief and get going with ventures that make you enthusiastic and content.
Working on your behalf is a supportive, 60-degree connection from the Moon to Ceres (1:10PM). Make helpful dietary and nutritional changes that can strengthen your immune system. Nurture maternal figures and children in your circle of friends and relatives.
Let the good times roll tonight as a party atmosphere develops. Enjoy card, board or word games. Restore faith in yourself and the future. [Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Standard Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]
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