Secondly, be advised that Mercury goes retrograde on Tuesday - see Transit Watch.
. If you've got anything you want to clear up
ahead of time, that's your deadline. It's also election day in the US. Many
people have already voted, but if you are planning to go to the polls on
Tuesday, allow yourself extra time as there may be delays due to heavy
turnout or other issues. Here's a break out, day by day.
Thursday & Friday: The Moon keeps Jupiter company in Gemini
to finish out the work week. With Mercury and Mars in Sagittarius and
Neptune and Chiron in Pisces, there is a lot of emphasis on the mutable
signs. This means people will be talking. Virgo will absorb a lot of
energy from this, as it's the sign that fills in the mutable grand
Saturday & Sunday: The Moon moves
into Cancer and forms a grand cross with Venus, Uranus and Pluto. If
your job is to please people, it may be particularly difficult this
weekend. People who act out most likely have security fears. If you
understand this, it might make it easier to feel compassion. In the US,
many will be nervous about the election.Who can blame them?
We've got the Venus, Uranus, Pluto T-square as outlined above, in
effect all week. However, we enjoy a grand trine in fire involving the
Moon, Mercury and Uranus to kick off the work week. Fire likes to move
and I'm sure many will be thinking, "Let's get this show on the road!"
Same as Monday. We have the cardinal T-square but we enjoy a grand
trine in fire. Mercury turns retrograde just before 7 PM ET.
Wednesday: The Moon in Leo trines Mars in Sagittarius. Mercury in Sagittarius trines Uranus
in Aries. There is a lot of momentum with this, but it does not look
nasty to me. I am not as worried about the aftermath of the election as
some other astrologers.
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