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“I am my own experiment. I am my own work of art.” Madonna

Today’s Astrology:

The Lunar Eclipse in self-expressive Leo the Lion (12:16 am) illuminates our urge to be creative, to shine in our own special way. With the Sun in opposing Aquarius we’re also seeking to integrate that uniqueness back into the collective in a bid to make the singular contribution that only we can make. With individualistic Uranus closely squaring the eclipse point, there’s also an increased desire for freedom from convention or cultural dictates. “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference (Uranus) that you have lived and lived well.”  Ralph Waldo Emerson

Today, energizing Mars in pioneering Aries also encounters some formidable resistance resulting from its square aspect to taskmaster Saturn in Capricorn (6:16 am). Slowing down and approaching matters more carefully and thoroughly may be in the cards now, especially if we’re getting clear indications that something’s amiss. We also may need to simply disengage ourselves from some projects, for a while, and decide later, when we’re perhaps more inspired, what our next power moves should be.

*All times EST.

The last time that pioneering Mars in Aries squared Saturn in Capricorn, the sign of regulations and government, was back in July of 1990, forming an exact square on July 1st. On that very same day, East and West Germany merged their economies, a very historic event, as that was the first time ever that a capitalist and socialist economy had suddenly become one. Of course, since something like this had never happened before, it took a good while to get all the procedural kinks worked out. Kinda what you’d expect with the more challenging Mars-Saturn imprint.

Interestingly, China’s annual economic growth rate was reported today to be the slowest since 1990, or the last time that Saturn was in the sign of Capricorn. (Wall Street Journal)

Famous January 21 Birthdays: Geena Davis, Placido Domingo, Grigori Rasputin, Jack Nicklaus, Christian Dior.

“Don’t buy much but make sure that what you buy is good.” Christian Dior

Happy Supermoon Blessings to you! Let your light shine bright!

Patrice Thompson

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