accomplishment, daily astrology, getting things done, Moon in Scorpio, On This Day in History, Sun sextile Saturn
The Waning Moon in Scorpio continues to beckon us to go below the surface of things. To sniff out what’s not readily apparent.
Moon Trine Neptune in Pisces (11:59 am) – Supports our intuitive side. Channels our compassion.
Moon Square Jupiter in Aquarius (2:53 pm) – One five-letter word to keep in mind now: EXCESS. That’s because it could trip us up if we’re not careful! Practicing some moderation, though, can help keep us in our groove.
Moon Trine Mercury in Pisces (4:36 pm) – Our head and heart are in the same space so it’s easier to communicate what’s really going on inside us. A perfect time for making journal entries.
Sun in Aries Sextile Saturn in Aquarius (5:05 pm) – Excellent for getting things done, especially for tackling projects that are high up on our priority list. We are more serious-minded, disciplined, and focused in our outlook. Sun-Saturn also suggests copping a more conservative/utilitarian approach to matters now. Included here might be pruning away what is no longer needed and/or learning to do more, with less. Saturn’s perspective is always long-range and is perennially concerned with building solid structures that will endure over time. It is about holding ourselves responsible for shaping our own world. This may also be a good period to confer with more senior members of a group or organization who have a wealth of direct experience from which to draw upon and guide us.
“If people knew how hard I had to work to gain my mastery, it would not seem so wonderful at all.” Michelangelo Buonarroti
*All times EDT
On This Day in History: On March 31, 1889, the Eiffel Tower in Paris was officially opened. The structure was inaugurated at 1:30 p.m. while workers were still working on the interior fittings and the elevators hadn’t been installed yet! The Eiffel Tower was built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 Exposition Universelle, which was to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the French Revolution (Eiffel also created the internal frame for the Statue of Liberty). The Eiffel Tower was the world’s tallest structure until the Chrysler Building was built in New York in 1930. (Wikipedia)
Astrologically, that day, there was a New Moon in “speed-it-up” Aries, the sign of the pioneer. Too, the planetary ruler of Aries, Mars, was newly-deposited in Taurus, representing the builder. Artistic Venus was also exactly sextile the North Node (of destiny) in nostalgic, patriotic Cancer.
Hope it’s a good one! Please be safe and well.
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