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Astro-logical Forecast for Thursday 10/27/2011: “If I Be Waspish…”

Moon continues its sojourn through moody bastard Scorpio, and frankly, you may encounter — or witness — a bit of jagged sparring over control of space, both physical and emotional, as Mercury (mind, communication) is challenged by Mars, perhaps seeking to lord it over whomever. Is it therefore a coincidence that we are seeing violent efforts to disband OWS protesters in certain cities  http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/27/us/oakland-and-other-cities-crack-down-on-occupy-protests.html?ref=us  In your own personal world, think twice before you snap at anyone today, as the odds are good that they will snap back. Add a bit of strategy, consideration and consciousness to your communication, and you could express the same drive in a passionate, yet effective presentation.

Aspects in the chart of yesterday’s New Moon continue their resonance over the next couple of days and are reflected in these headlines: news from underground related to oil/gas here http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/27/nyregion/gas-pipeline-to-manhattan-stirs-debate-in-2-states.html?hpw  and here http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/26/business/energy-environment/flying-with-biofuel-gets-one-step-closer.html?src=rechp ; Mississippi pushes boundaries and seeks to redefine (transform) one possible consequence of sexual intercourse http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/26/us/politics/personhood-amendments-would-ban-nearly-all-abortions.html?src=me&ref=us , as a CDC advisory panel recommends  a controversial prescription to prevent a sexually-transmitted disease http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/26/health/policy/26vaccine.html?src=recg  

Finally, keeping in line with the second trine between Jupiter and Pluto (see yesterday’s forecast) which suggests transforming a perspective on resources, news has just hit the wires that European banks have agreed to take a loss on Greek debt to help resolve the impending European fiscal crisis. Here in the US, the numbers are out on how the top 1% in this country have fared in recent years, perhaps transforming perspectives as well  http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/26/us/politics/top-earners-doubled-share-of-nations-income-cbo-says.html?src=me&ref=us We’ll see where we’re at with all this in March…