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Daily Planets- 07/07/17

Posted on July 4th, 2017 by Don Cerow

July 7-July 13, 2017

All listed times are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

Friday, 7th- Early to mid-morning is excellent. Through the afternoon we are content, but projects or situations may require more resources than expected, which could set a few people off. Tonight we’re not in total agreement.

V/C Moon 10:12 AM-1:44 PM when it enters Capricorn

Saturday, 8th- The big news of the day is the Full Moon right after midnight. The productive potential of the summer is now coming to a peak; harness your efforts and focus on what needs to be done. It may be hard, it may take time, but that is what is required.

Sunday, 9th- It’s tough getting up this morning and the way ahead seems to be blocked. Confrontations may be the result. Choose your battles, as this one may not win you many points.

V/C Moon 10:12 PM-1:35 AM (Monday) when it enters Aquarius

Monday, 10th- We’re tired getting up this morning, feel good through the early afternoon and review an alternative approach through the early evening.

Tuesday, 11th- All in all an enjoyable day once we move through the morning.

Wednesday, 12th-  The morning, leading right up to noon is Void-of-Course as we float with the current. Between 7:00 and 9:00 PM is the most productive time of the day. We feel a little irritated as we lead into 11:00 PM.

V/C Moon 8:40 AM-11:51 AM when it enters Pisces

Thursday, 13th- We’d like a little down time through¬† the earlier half of the afternoon and evening, but we may not get it. Pisces is allusive. What are you missing?

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