Friday, August 14, 2009

Aug 14 2009

Moon in Gemini forms a half Star of David, also known as Dave; sextile Juno exact at 11:14 am PDT, with both of them loosely sextile to the north/south node axis in the morning. That should feel quite nice, as in aaahhhhh. Should, as it's really a smorgasbord again today. Mars is sextile The Sun and trine the Jupiter/Chiron/Neptune trio giving a helpful push to do something about the gregarious fog that may be settling in. Uranus is sextile/trine the north/south node axis assisting with innovation, possibly in the form of surprises. Vesta is exact opposite Lilith Moon...we may question blind allegiance to family, which according to Uranus is a good thing to do. Mercury is conjunct Saturn; both sextile Venus...freewheeling creativity and aesthetics may be a little more structured for now, but in a constructive way. Sun is opposite the Jupiter/Chiron/Neptune trio, see the blogroll on the left for more lucid interpretations. Mars will soon be in the orb of opposite Pluto; this potentially portends to violent struggle, or just extreme athletics. Saturn in entering the orb of opposite Uranus for a final pass this era, will be exact in September, also exact from the Heliocentric perspective. The last time Prometheus jostled with Chronos (Saturn opposite Uranus) was election day 2008, bringing change, we hoped. September promises to be interesting, possibly as significantly world changing. Stick around. Amidst a potential of a bit of emotional turmoil today, the stage is set for intuitive knowledge and wisdom. It is in giving that we often receive the most meaningful gifts.

The Birthcard today is the Queen of Clubs, a Mercury expression of a Mars core, with a 3 of Hearts inside and a 10 of Diamonds outside. QCs include Michael Bolton, Ira Gershwin, Andrew Mellon, Robert Novak, Nikolai Lenin, H. L. Mencken, Immanual Kant, Arthur Laffer, Jack Nicholson, Jesse Owens, Will Ferrell, Ginger Rogers, Dave Brubeck, James Stewart, Aaron Spelling, Cher, Nicolas Sarkozy, Charles Mingus, Jonhhy Cash, Jackie Gleason, Alan Alda, Paul McCartney, and rumor has it, Socrates.