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Astrology of Saturday, April 14th 2018

14 Apr 2018, 09:00 am
The heavily waned Moon, which will not visibly rise again for several days, spends Saturday in the teeth of a difficult configuration. Luna makes a mid-day square with heavy Saturn in Capricorn, and then spends the next 12 hours on its way to a square with rough Mars. The Moon is thus classically besieged between the two malefics, marking the day as a host to unpleasant moods and unfortunate events. It would be wise not to schedule anything important or initiate something of lasting significance today. Nonetheless, a pair of factors does soften this inauspicious configuration. The first is Mars’ perfect sextile with Neptune, which should serve to dampen the red planet’s fire a bit. The second potentially mitigating factor is that Mercury’s direct station hides deep within the night. The usually-swift planet stands still today, a beacon of clarity. #astrology #astroweather #dailyastro_


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