Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Wednesday & Thursday (23-24 November 2011)

Greetings Friends!

We have a small window of time to prepare for the next Mercury Retrograde which starts Thursday.  Back up your computers, get out your organizer or time management software and be diligent in keeping track of things--starting now!

The Moon is transiting through Scorpio, with Wednesday coming in as a five star day and Thursday a four star day--not too bad!  Sexy Scorpio has humans focused on anger management issues, creativity, power, desires and mystery--the deep waters of human life experience.  Brown, black, red and dark red are great colors during a Scorpio transit; pair with cedar, patchouli, myrrh or vanilla scents for powerful effect.  Top off your look with agate, bloodstone, garnet or obsidian jewelry for the sexiest Scorpionic effect!

Wednesday 23 November 2011 ingenious creative ideas will be swirling when the Sun trines Uranus at 2:15 AM (Note:  all times indicated in this blog are PST).  The Moon sextiles Mars at 3:30 AM and light sleepers may need to have some melatonin on hand to get a decent night sleep.  If you're up in the early morning hours and want to zap some of your bad habits the Moon's sextile to Pluto at 3:35 AM is just the ticket.  For those who want to sleep a bit longer, you'll be able to get a serious power boost for zapping bad habits if you get up for the Mars-Pluto trine at 6:02 AM.  Mercury begins its retrograde at 11:21 PM and will be retrograde until 14 December 2011.

Thursday 24 November 2011 begins with a confusing Moon-Neptune square at 3:05 PM.  The Moon is void of course, so hold off on new projects until the Moon enters Sagittarius.  Music, love and good times with friends and family (for Americans celebrating Thanksgiving) is a slam dunk when Venus sextiles Neptune at 5:53 PM.  The Moon jumps into Sagittarius at 5:57 PM and then unusual antics or new traditions are likely when the Moon trines Uranus at 7:09 PM.  The New Moon clocks in at 10:10 PM at two degrees of Sagittarius.  Roll up your sleeves and get to work on those new goals and dreams starting now!

I'd like to wish all of my American friends a happy and joyous Thanksgiving!  The holiday season is now in full swing!  Enjoy and I'll see you all back here for Friday's forecast!

Rich Blessings!
Dee


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