Adam Smith published The Wealth of Nations March 9 1776, decluttering, detective, Jupiter in Gemini, lottery, mega wealth, mercury square jupiter, money, Moon in Aries, Moon square pluto, treasure-hunting
“Never complain of that of which it is at all times in your power to rid yourself.” Adam Smith
The Moon spends another full day in active Aries, this Saturday, so anything that has a physical element to it gets a nod, if you’re up to it, that is. Also, this morning is an excellent time for any decluttering or refurbishing projects, especially on the homefront, as the Aries Moon is forming a square to eliminating and rebirthing Pluto (11:56 am).
On a personal note, the other day while I was cleaning out a small storage cabinet that I hadn’t looked inside for ages, I found several brand new items that I had no memory of ever buying. It was a little bit like embarking upon the thrill of the hunt! Unfortunately, though, I didn’t locate any misplaced, winning lotto tickets. 🙂 You sometimes hear about people doing that. Finding a ticket worth millions of dollars underneath an old girdle in a drawer. Or maybe under a pair of holey socks. You also gotta’ wonder, if you’re into astrology, what in the world did they have in their horoscope at the time they discovered the ticket? Maybe an aspect to Pluto? Pluto is associated with hidden treasure and excavation. Then, too, when you pair Pluto with Jupiter, that’s often when you stumble upon real mega-wealth!
Now, as fate would have it, would you believe that the Moon’s last major aspect in Aries today, before going void, is actually a trine to lucky Jupiter in Sagittarius ( 12:14 pm)? Could it be that we’re all on the edge of victory here??? That all we need to do is summon our inner Sherlock Holmes and, instead of heading for the hills, head for the drawers? As corny as that sounds.
The darn thing has gotta’ be around here somewhere! … 🙂
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This Day in History: On March 9, 1776, the influential economics book “The Wealth of Nations” by Scottish economist and moral philosopher, Adam Smith, was published. This classic book offers, among other things, one of the world’s first collected descriptions of what builds nations’ wealth (Wikipedia).
In the sky on the date of the book’s publication, analytical Mercury was retrograde in creative Pisces (just like it is now) and had just separated from an exact square to philosophical Jupiter in information-oriented Gemini, a sign which is also ruled by Mercury. Mercury and Jupiter, of course, both govern our writing, thoughts, and ideas. Too, when these two planets are paired together is when you often will find more voluminous or comprehensive types of writing on a subject. Additionally, Jupiter is also the “wealth” planet and rules the world’s financial systems.
“Man is an animal that makes bargains: no other animal does this – no dog exchanges bones with another.” Adam Smith
Hope you enjoy your Saturday! Happy hunting!
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