communication, daily astrology, H G Wells War of the Worlds radio broadcast, Mercury conjunct Venus, persuasiveness
Today, we’re possibly more receptive to discussing, articulating, or investigating (Mercury) matters of an intimate, hidden, or private nature (Scorpio), that we normally might shy away from, and do so in a manner that is less likely to alienate or create any kind of negative fallout for us. Even if we do encounter a bumpy patch or two here, we’re more likely to know how to intuitively placate or smooth out things pretty quickly and effectively now.
In fact, it may be a lot easier to more effortlessly arrive at some points of agreement or understanding partially because our words/ideas/points of view seem to possess a special healing or therapeutic quality about them (Venus in Scorpio), as well as conveying a certain element of truth that others perhaps find easier to resonate to, even if they possess viewpoints radically different or in opposition to ours.
Too, it’s possible that what is discussed or agreed to now may be altered or revised a bit, down the road, as Mercury will be stationing retrograde, tomorrow.
“Your need for acceptance can make you invisible in this world. Don’t let anything stand in the way of the light that shines through this form. Risk being seen in all of your glory.” Jim Carrey
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Question for Today: What would you like to reveal about yourself that you believe would be very freeing for you?
On This Day in History: On October 30, 1938, a radio broadcast of H.G. Wells, “The War of the Worlds,” narrated by Orson Welles, allegedly causes mass panic. The headline on the front page of The New York Times, the next day, read: “Radio Listeners in Panic, Taking War Drama as Fact.”
Astrologically, in the sky then, expansive, over-the-top Jupiter, in broadcast-ruling Aquarius, was exactly quinqunx foggy, delusional Neptune, the planet of fantasy or make-believe, in fact-based Virgo.
“This is Orson Welles, ladies and gentlemen, out of character to assure you that The War of the Worlds has no further significance than as the holiday offering it was intended to be. The Mercury Theatre’s own radio version of dressing up in a sheet and jumping out of a bush and saying “Boo!” Starting now, we couldn’t soap all your windows and steal all your garden gates by tomorrow night, so we did the best next thing. We annihilated the world before your very ears, and utterly destroyed the Columbia Broadcasting System. You will be relieved, I hope, to learn that we didn’t mean it, and that both institutions are still open for business. So goodbye, everybody, and remember, please, for the next day or so, the terrible lesson you learned tonight. That grinning, glowing, globular invader of your living room is an inhabitant of the pumpkin patch, and if your doorbell rings and nobody’s there, that was no Martian; it’s Halloween!” (Wikipedia)
Hope it’s a good one!
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