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Daily Planets- 10/09/15

Posted on October 9th, 2015 by Don Cerow

October 9-October 15, 2015

All times Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

Friday, 9th- Agreements may be found throughout the course of the day. The secret? Meet in the middle. Communications equipment buzz goes up. Do it before 6:00 tonight as the Moon is V/C all day tomorrow.

V/C Moon 6:12 PM-4:45 AM (Sunday) when it enters Libra

Saturday, 10th- Changes throw us for a little bit of a loop this morning, but things really begin to hammer home with the evening. For most folks, we don’t like it. Heed precautions. Not all the info is in, so don’t bet the farm.

Sunday, 11th- The morning brings with it a smile. We’re feeling better, there are some opportunities if you’re willing to dig a little deeper. Finishing up old long term projects would be best.

Monday, 12th- The New Moon is not until 8:00 tonight, but there seems to be more than enough juice to carry us through the day. Like yesterday, this would be a good time to go back over projects and get them wrapped up or at least moved along.

V/C Moon 8:06 PM-5:38 PM (Tuesday) when it enters Scorpio

Tuesday, 13th- Behind the scenes activities, like cleaning up, preparing for upcoming projects or looking over your notes works until 5:30 PM, when you’ll be happier with the results of projects started AS the Moon enters Scorpio. We can ride the energy into the evening.

Wednesday, 14th- From 8:00 this morning until 9:00 tonight the energy works. Easing into the day we like the vibe of socializing with others or sharing resources. Do it today, because you know what tomorrow.

V/C Moon 8:58 PM-5:18 AM (Friday) when it enters Sagittarius

Thursday, 15th- Sensitive issues may be stirred up this evening, but we have the resources to see it through. Do what you can to tidy thing up now.


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