Astro-logical Forecast for Tuesday 1/21/2014: The Weighty Agenda of Saturn Square Mercury

OK, back to work!

Enter the Moon into people-pleasing Libra, as of 7:40AM ET. Fair, balanced and rational — that would be ideal. Libra really does have a thing about fairness…and avoiding conflict…and having manners and other social graces. Today’s planetary patterns suggest an easier flow of debate than tomorrow, which has a higher probability of excitability and disruption. The latter is not necessarily a negative; however, as an influx of energy can push an agenda forward. Right?

Patterns this week are lighter than last week. The most significant exact aspect is a contact between mental Mercury and stern Saturn at the end of the week. This suggests serious communication and an ambitious reach regarding a heavy idea, which could be a matter of life and death. On the homepage of the NYT, this article reports that abortion is becoming an “unexpectedly animating issue in the 2014 midterm elections.” It’s not unexpected at all, given Saturn’s current trek through nitty-gritty Scorpio, as noted many times in this forecast. Saturn will leave Scorpio at the end of the year.

The potential for a heavy agenda  or ambitious idea will affect you more personally if you have a planet or angle at 22 degrees of Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius. If you do not know what degrees your planets are at, check out the Astro-Basics Report described here.

Your Moon voids for the week: Wednesday 10:50PM ET until Thursday 4:43PM ET and Saturday 8:55AM until 10:13PM ET. If you want to move forward in a straight without feeling like you are herding cats, schedule your meetings and ship dates when the Moon is not void. Otherwise, go with the flow and don’t turn molehills into mountains. Crises that crop up during voids are often much ado about nothing.

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