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Daily Planets- 10/20/17

Posted on October 19th, 2017 by Don Cerow

October 20-October 26, 2017

All listed time are Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

Friday, 20th We’re very focused this morning and get right down to the essence of things. After 6:30 PM is very nice, at least up until about 10:30 PM.

Saturday, 21st A quiet day, celestially speaking. Whatever we put our efforts to seems to work fairly well. The Scorpio Moon helps us to stay on top of things, or perhaps the bottom of things, if you know what I mean.

Sunday, 22nd Mars enters Libra today, which suggests that people want to push their own sense of fair play on others. Along about 3:00 PM we’re not real interested in their set of standards.

V/C Moon 7:35 AM-7:57 AM when it enters Sagittarius

Monday, 23rd After 8:00 this morning is excellent for physical tasks. Late morning there’s some disagreement, while around 4:00 PM we don’t really grok where others are coming from (what planet did you say you were from?). There’s a better sense of proportion along about 6:00 to 7:30 PM.

Tuesday, 24thGet it done in the morning. Enjoy the afternoon. Feel awake as we approach midnight. Initiate not important tasks through the afternoon for the usual reasons.

V/C Moon 12:44 PM-8:12 PM when it enters Capricorn

Wednesday, 25th–  From start to finish, a nice day when we tend to get along better with the establishment.

Thursday, 26thThe best day of the week, culminating a little after lunchtime. We feel optimistic, are happy about life, and find a little more passion in what it is that we do. Powerful events are being outline in the media, and there could be some deep discoveries being made in the outside world.


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