April 17-April 23, 2015
All times Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Friday, 17th– Even though the New Moon is tomorrow, there’s a big push tonight as two of the two FIRE Lords square off on each other. Excess is the problem, moderation is the solution. Ease up there, big fella.
Saturday, 18th– The New Moon is just short of 3:00 PM, which should indicate that our energy levels pick up around 5:30 PM as the Moon enters Taurus. Conversations flow nicely up until about 11:00 PM, but the fatigue level drops considerably as we approach midnight. Finish projects up either by 3:00 PM or 11:00 PM.
V/C Moon 2:57 PM-5:31 PM when it enters Taurus
Sunday, 19th– We’re feeling tired, sensitive or misunderstood as we arise this morning, but the day does tend to improve as it ages. We feel a little overwhelmed about 2:30, but then turn the whole day around about 4:00, 7:00 and 10:00 PM.
V/C Moon 7:07 PM-7:28 PM (Monday) when it enters Gemini
Monday, 20th– The day is largely Void-of-Course but it’s a good time to lay back and little and allow yourself to be carries along by the currents. 9:00 PM is some of the better energy of the day, but the closer we get to midnight, the more tendency there is to stretch ourselves, the story, or our tendency to give. Make 9:00 PM your final decision if you must.
Tuesday, 21st– We’re feeling tender late morning, but the mood definitely turns for the better from about 2:00 PM through the rest of the day. 4:00 and 5:00 PM are probably the best times of the day.
Wednesday, 22nd– The Void-of-Course energy makes it more difficult to get what we would like to have completed, but follow the current and see where it leads. 9:00, 2:00, 7:00 and 11:00 PM are some of the better times of the day.
V/C Moon 1:38 AM-0:25 AM (Thursday) when it enters Cancer
Thursday, 23rd– The morning is great as we connect well with others. However, the late evening is the reverse. We’re being held up, slowed down or turned around. Be in bed before 11:00 PM.
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