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Daily Planets- 08/04/17

Posted on August 3rd, 2017 by Don Cerow


August 4-August 10, 2017

All listed time are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

Friday, 4th Watch out for big ticket items putting a serious dent in your finances, philosophy or particular orientation late this morning and through the afternoon. Major misconceptions (fabrications) may lead you astray today and through tomorrow.

Saturday, 5th We’re hypersensitive to conditions around us, and may feel as though we’re unloved. Children should be more carefully watched through this time. As per usual, don’t bet the farm.

Sunday, 6th Community endeavors and extending your network are some of the themes of the day. Even though it’s the evening leading into the Full Moon, folks will feel they need some extra rest tonight.

V/C Moon 5:22 AM-8:15 AM when it enters Aquarius

Monday, 7th We feel as though we’re being held in check this morning, but the tide begins to turn as we move through late afternoon and into the evening.  4:00 and 7:00 PM may be some of the most uplifting windows of time.

Tuesday, 8thThe morning is good and as we head into 3:00 PM there’s some sparkle. There’s a tendency to over-do after 6:00 PM, and so erring on the side of caution is not a bad idea.

V/C Moon 3:07 PM-5:56 PM when it enters Pisces

Wednesday, 9th–  Noon is excellent, while 4:00 PM is potentially dangerous. Something may break or snap, and so heeding cautionary warnings works well.

Thursday, 10thBetween 8:00 and 10:00 is a bummer and it sets off our Void-of-Course day, but through the later afternoon we begin to really enjoy some of the opportunities.

V/C Moon 9:28 AM-1:22 AM (Friday) when it enters Aries


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