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“Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze. ” Elinor Glyn

The waning Moon is in utilitarian Capricorn, all day, and it will be re-emphasizing yesterday’s potent square aspect from Mars in Aries to Pluto in Capricorn. The Moon will first conjunct Pluto (at 3:13 pm) and then square Mars (at 4:12 pm). It could be that there’s some kind of follow-up to deal with now from the issues that we faced yesterday. Moon conjunct Pluto also generally poises us to feel things very deeply. Sometimes, too, as a result of what comes up for us emotionally now, we are better able to see things in a clearer light. Moon-Pluto aspects are also excellent for any kind of recycling or decluttering projects on the homefront, especially now with the Moon in its waning Crescent phase. Of course, the Moon rules the home or nest and Pluto rules purging and rebirth. The waning Moon cycle is also when we want to empty ourselves of what no longer is serving us in preparation for the upcoming New Moon, which in this case, will be occurring on Monday. The Moon square Mars influence is always potentially a more volatile time for us as we tend to be more reactive, more defensive. So we may want to monitor ourselves accordingly then, in an effort to avert any missteps. Tell our inner warrior to take a hike for a while! 🙂

Today, we also have a very fun Venus-Uranus influence. Venus in Sagittarius is trining Uranus in Aries (at 6:40 pm), traditionally an aspect that tends to loosen our inhibitions, or make us more daring socially and or romantically. We’re potentially more inspired now to embrace out of the ordinary pleasures and activities. There could also be some liberating breakthroughs in the realm of our feelings. We might also discover new ways of relating to others. Or be suddenly attracted to new people in a way that is rather electrifying for us. Interestingly, John Lennon and Paul McCartney first met each other on a day when Venus and Uranus were both conjunct in the sign of entertainment Leo. Of course, we all know the outcome of that iconic union!

“I’m really glad that most of our songs were about love, peace and understanding.” Paul McCartney

*All times EST

Enjoy your Saturday! Give Peace A Chance! 🙂

Patrice Thompson

Beatles, Penny Lane, Liverpool

Copyright 2019

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