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Daily Planets- 01/01/16

Posted on December 31st, 2015 by Don Cerow

January 1-January 7, 2016

All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Friday, 1st- The news this morning electrifies us. There’s a stimulus to it that some like and others don’t. We feel a little off center around 5:00 PM, but our chi grows stronger as we move into the evening. Tomorrow afternoon is V/C, so you might want to get some things out of the way today.

V/C Moon 0:33 AM-1:41 AM when it enters Libra

Saturday, 2nd- We’re feeling somewhat pinched by finances through the AM hours, and the afternoon makes things difficult to get the ends to snap together.

V/C Moon 11:23 AM-2:36 PM (Sunday) when it enters Scorpio

Sunday, 3rd- We feel tired around 7:00 AM, but elated around 9:00. After 2:30 PM we’re much more active, and most of it goes fairly well. Folks may be a little gabby around 4:00 PM, and the talkative vibe¬† carries us through into the evening. Want a subjective opinion? Ask someone around 8:30 tonight.

Monday, 4th- 6:00 AM is a good time for a meditation or projections. Early afternoon is methodical. 7:00 and 9:00 PM are fun and focused, but we don’t like the changes that are being made around midnight.

Tuesday, 5th- We’re libel to miscalculate while shooting from the hip this morning. Folks don’t have a clear perspective of what is going on. Late night is intense. There’s passion, but it could cut either way, pro or con. Between noon and one PM is some of the smoothest time of the day.

V/C Moon 12:47 PM-1:56 AM (Wednesday) when it enters Sagittarius

Wednesday, 6th-¬† Late morning feels pretty good, but we’re misunderstood through the afternoon. This is not what we had wanted. 8:00 PM is nice.

Thursday, 7th- Unexpected circumstances stir our early morning. We see some of the advantages between 9:00 and 10:00 AM. Travel plans in the next 24 hours could be subject to change.

V/C Moon 9:44 PM-10:07 AM (Friday) when it enters Capricorn



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