The Virgo Moon is in major clean-up mode, sorting and analyzing the details in the wake of Wednesday’s lunar eclipse. Communication may be a bit foggy around 11:30 AM ET, when the Moon is opposed by dreamy Neptune. Cue release of bewildering and misleading memo now, please. An empowering perspective kicks in toward evening, as the Moon harmonizes with depth-seeking Pluto.
Feel feel to sleep in on SATURDAY, as the Moon will be void between 2:07 AM ET and 4:47 PM ET. You wanna shop impulsively? I can see why, given that Venus (money, women, art) and Jupiter (expansion) are in a tense and wretchedly excessive pattern, exact SUNDAY at 1:07 AM ET. But purchases made during voids are rarely of use — at least in the way that you imagined. Buy your trinkets after the void — and enjoy!
Meanwhile, putting your thoughts in motion is favored now and up until 10:58 AM ET SATURDAY, when Mercury (thoughts) and Mars (motion) will be in harmony. This applies to Friday, too.
No Moon void on SUNDAY suggests less chance of upsets favoring the underdog (I have no idea who the underdog is in the eaglely-awaited Super Bowl). The Libra Moon and its need for balance, fairness and people-pleasing is well-supported throughout the day. However, on MONDAY the Moon makes its weekly clash with disruptive Pluto and Uranus, at 4:22 AM ET and 1:46 PM ET, respectively. Should be an interesting morning — no sleeping in.
More news than I can shake a stick at needs to be addressed — so please stay tuned.
Meanwhile, I received some lovely feedback from a couple of clients — worth sharing.
First, via text:
I gotta tell ya, the planetary dates you flag for various personal hooha never disappoints. Yikes.
And second, via email:
After your wonderful reading last year for my son, I told him that I wanted him to write stories for me. I didn’t make a big deal about it just told him how much I would like to have stories from him. It took him until last week to ask me for pencils and a notebook. Which he got yesterday. so this morning I got 9 texts messages from him each one was a page with what he thinks are stories. Basically just 2/3 sentences per page.This such a major thing for him to do. It’s taken a while for him to figure it all out but I bet that he gets better and it will be interesting to see how far he goes with it. I’m so thrilled this is so exciting and wonderful. It’s making him think.Thank you.