Sunday, January 17, 2016

Moonscopes For the week of Jan. 17 to Jan. 23

Moonscopes For the week of Jan. 17 to Jan. 23

Sunday, Monday: the Moon is in Taurus
This is the sign of the Moon's exaltation, its highest strength. You may want to use this time to complete something that has been dragging along (or something that you have pushed aside temporarily); the Moon's placement in Taurus means that the practical, dependable, evenly-paced energy in the astrological atmosphere now will be conducive to finishing things up in a thorough and orderly manner.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: the Moon is in Gemini
Mercury, the planet that rules or is associated with the sign Gemini, is still retrograde** (see the blurb at the bottom of this page) so it is wise to keep this in mind when it comes to any kind of communication, appointment, or information that comes your way. No, of course delays or misunderstandings, etc. will not be the end of the world; however this is a reminder that some things are simply moving a little slower than usual.

Friday, Saturday: the Moon is in Cancer
Four of the seven closer planets (Sun, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter) and three of the five main asteroids (Pallas, Juno, Chiron) are in tune with the Moon right now. This could be a somewhat busy or demanding time but will likely be a satisfying and beneficial time as well.

Current Planet Positions:
Sun - Capricorn until Jan. 21, then Aquarius
Mercury - Capricorn until Feb. 14
(**retrograde Jan. 5 - Jan. 25)
Venus - Sagittarius until Jan. 24
Mars - Scorpio until Aug. 3
(briefly in Sagittarius Mar.,  Apr., May)
Jupiter - Virgo until Sept. 9
Saturn - Sagittarius until Dec. 20, 2017
Uranus - Aries until Mar. 6, 2019
(Taurus - May 16, 2018-Nov. 7, 2018)
Neptune - Pisces until Mar. 30, 2025
Pluto - Capricorn until Nov. 20, 2024

Current Asteroid Positions:
Ceres - Aquarius until Jan. 29
Pallas - Capricorn until Jan. 23
Juno - Scorpio until Nov. 7
(back into Libra again June 9 - July 9)
Vesta - Aries until Mar. 9
Chiron - Pisces until Apr. 22, 2018
(Chiron usually stays in one sign for about a little over two years, very similar to Saturn's travels. However this time it is making an extended visit to a sign.)

Source for Moonscopes
http://www.moonscopes.com/

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