astrology February 3 2019, Buddy Holly death on Febuary 3 1959, Horoscope February 3 2019, love, Mercury sextile Jupiter, Moon in Aquarius, optimistic, romance, Venus enters Capricorn
“Relax. Your battle with the world is just a fiction in your head.” – Marty Rubin
Today is a good time for winding things down, in preparation of tomorrow’s New Moon in innovative Aquarius (4:04 pm). New Moons are always synonymous with brand new beginnings, appearing to mirror the death and rebirth phase of the Moon’s monthly cycle. The Moon also shifted from Capricorn into Aquarius this morning (8:03 am), setting the stage for tomorrow’s big event.
Intellectual Mercury is also in Aquarius today and it’s forming a sextile aspect to philosophical Jupiter in Sagittarius (4:55 pm). This is a very nice, mentally stimulating influence that tends to broaden our outlook and make us feel more optimistic. Our judgment may also be better. Conversations with others, in general, can be very inspiring and productive. We can also speak with a greater sense of personal conviction now as we’re, more than likely, channeling our own inner preacher-teacher! Of course, for some of us, if we’re not careful, the Mercury-Jupiter influence can easily morph into our doing copious amounts of bloviating or pontificating! Something, yours truly, happens to know a thing or two about! 🙂 Additionally, the Mercury-Jupiter aspect also favors publishing, writing, travel planning, and business negotiations.
Relationship Venus also exits carefree Sagittarius today for mature-minded Capricorn (5:30 pm), a venue in which the glorious Love Goddess is ready to hunker down and take things to the next level! Also, with Venus in Capricorn now, we’re likely to be much more selective with respect to letting anyone new into our inner circle, especially since we have less of an appetite for frivolity.
“So, I love you because the entire universe conspired to help me find you.” Paulo Coelho
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This Day in History: On February 3, 1959, Buddy Holly (b. 9/7/36) was tragically killed in a plane crash, shortly after takeoff, near Clear Lake, Iowa. Holly is often described as the most influential of the early rock and roll musicians in the mid-1950’s. The death of Holly is also now commonly referred to as “the day the music died” after Don McLean immortalized the tragedy with his 1972 hit “American Pie.” (Wikipedia)
(In the sky on that fateful day, the Sun, the giver of life, was in the aviation-ruling sign of Aquarius and forming an exact opposition to unpredictable Uranus in Leo, the sign of entertainment. The planet Uranus symbolizes change and, on the shadow side, can sometimes trigger disruption or chaos in our lives, including accidents, when its energy is activated.)
That’ll Be The Day (Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison)
Well, that’ll be the day, when you say goodbye
Yes, that’ll be the day, when you make me cry
You say you’re gonna leave, you know it’s a lie
‘Cause that’ll be the day when I die…
“Without Elvis none of us could have made it.” Buddy Holly
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