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Daily Planets- 09/30/16

Posted on September 29th, 2016 by Don Cerow

September 30-October 6, 2016

All times are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

Friday, 30th The New Moon is at 8:11 tonight, and we build up steam as we head into it. Noon feels pretty, but we’ve got some work to do by 1:30 PM. Some folk are not comfortable with midnight.

Saturday, 1st Mid-morning has a few edges to it, but by noon we seem to have reconciled those and are very centered. Midnight and after is emotionally unsettled. Today was the calm before the storm.

Sunday, 2nd Two biggies today. One late morning, the other early afternoon. Late morning is uncomfortable, as though we’re being thrown off base, while early afternoon we catch word that someone has changed their mind or had an auto-mishap. Without a doubt, the evening is the best time of the day.

V/C Moon 01:43 AM-3:43 PM when it enters Scorpio.

Monday, 3rd Much more peaceful than we’ve seen in a while. Noon and 5:00 PM stand out the most, but in general we feel good about what we’re doing. The Scorpio Moon adds to the sensuality at 5:00 and 10:00 PM.

Tuesday, 4thSteady as she goes progress, especially through the late morning. Moods shift dramatically around 2:00 PM. Figure things out between 8:00 and 9:00 PM.

V/C Moon 9:05 PM-4:46 AM (Wednesday) when it enters Sagittarius

Wednesday, 5th–  Strong motivations are in play for today, especially through the late afternoon. Be careful not to go overboard and try to force things especially between 5:00 and 6:00 PM.

Thursday, 6thOnce past 6:00 AM the energy begins to flow very nicely. Late morning is good, while late evening is best, peaking at around 4:30 PM.


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