daily astrology, daily horoscope, getting things done, Moon in Capricorn, Sun in Aries, The last troops withdraw from South Vietnam on March 29 1973, Vietnam Memorial, waning moon
“Starting is not most people’s problem, staying, continuing and finishing is.” Darren Hardy
With the Sun in enterprising (fiery) Aries today and the waning Moon in ambitious (earthy) Capricorn, both action-oriented cardinal signs, there’s excellent energy at our disposal now for finishing up our ‘to-do’ or ‘should-do’ lists (Moon conjunct Saturn), for clearing out (Moon conjunct Pluto), for doing whatever is practical or grounding for us (Moon trine Mars). Moon trining Mars also serves to enliven our emotions (8:05 pm). Plus, with energizing Mars, the ruler of Aries, at 29 degrees of manifesting Taurus, today and tomorrow (anaretic or critical degree), we may feel propelled to take some key, last minute-actions now, on matters that we’ve maybe had on the back burner for a while. In other words, there’s possibly some desperation to our actions now. Kind of like: “I’m going to get this sucker done, if it’s the last thing I do!”
“Feeling lost, crazy and desperate belongs to a good life as much as optimism, certainty and reason.” – Alain de Botton
On This Day in History: On March 29, 1973, the last U.S. troops withdraw from South Vietnam. Astrologically, on that day, intellectual Mercury in sensitizing Pisces was exactly square to restrictive Saturn in cerebral Gemini, an aspect that, on the shadow side, potentially makes us much more serious-minded and more painfully aware of the various hardships in life, the limitations, the losses. It’s, needless to say, a very sobering energy. But, also one that often pushes us to make more difficult and final decisions. It’s also a time when we sometimes say goodbye. Additionally, Mars and Jupiter were conjunct in change-oriented, liberating Aquarius, and both applying to a sextile to Neptune in philosophical Sagittarius. Neptune’s dissolving ray is often prominent with respect to crafting peace treaties, ending wars, discord, or violence.
“It is not enough to win a war; it is more important to organize the peace.” – Aristotle
Famous March 29 Birthdays: Eugene McCarthy, Sam Walton, Billy Carter, John Major, Karen Ann Quinlan
“The two most important words I ever wrote were on that first Wal-Mart sign: ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed.’ They’re still up there, and they have made all the difference.” Sam Walton
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Hope you enjoy your Friday! Get er done! 🙂
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