Your Milky Way Horoscope Nov. 17-23, 2013
By Milky Way Maid
Full Moon at 25 degrees, 26′ Taurus (conjunct bad-boy star Algol) at 10:16 am Sunday, Nov. 17. Moon is trine Jupiter, exalted in Cancer, so that represents a good deal of help which ameliorates any bad that comes from the lunation. The state of Israel (May 14, 1948) has its Sun and Ascendant conjunct Algol; will they make another of their surprise attacks on a neighbor? Alex Trenoweth has an interesting essay on Algol at http://alextrenoweth.blogspot.com/2011/05/caput-algol.html
Mars at 20 degrees Virgo sextiles Jupiter in Cancer at 9:49 am Tuesday. Mars plus Jove spells a bit of luck in everything, and extra physical and competitive energy which needs to be burned off. Your physical battery gets charged up! You can get really cranky if you do not have an outlet for this energy so make time for sports and games. Legal decisions (Jupiter) may go in your favor. New business ventures or other projects are likely to be a success unless other major aspects or progressions deny it.
Mercury at 9 degrees Scorpio sextiles Pluto in Capricorn at 9:07 pm Wednesday. Pluto digs down deep for more information, more details (Mercury) in a relentless quest for answers. We may investigate subjects in fields like astrology, psychology, reincarnation, and other mysteries of the mind and soul; we browse bookstores or attend lectures. (We may also play at puzzle-solving for fun and relaxation, anything from doing Sudoku to reading mystery novels.) This transit ties in with Chiron virtually standing still at 9 degrees Pisces the last quarter of the year. It may be that some of us will have to face the (medical) music, have the surgery they have put off for months, or at least get a proper diagnosis of what troubles them.
The Sun enters Sagittarius at 10:48 pm Thursday, ushering in the annual holiday season of splurges in shopping and pigging out and just generally ignoring one’s regimens of diet or budget or anything else for that matter. Sun in Sag types want to be free – or at least feel that they are free in some part of their lives even if they are wage slaves like everyone else. Can be horribly pompous and expect to be acknowledged as the authority in whatever; needs to be taken down a peg at times. Still they have interesting things to say, even if they are miles off base.
A good Sag is able to pick up people who are down, and set them back on course re-inspired with Sagittarian optimism. Their legendary luck often relies on uncanny hunches. Not very steady in applying self to a course of study or career, unless he or she has a spouse who motivates him. A brilliant conversationalist but often cannot apply that verbal skill to an orderly thesis or even an editorial. Dismisses tedious work as mere petty details, which he leaves to underlings. Loves the outdoors and most sports, and is usually an excellent and gifted athlete. Famous people with the Sun in Sag include: Frank Sinatra, Mary Martin, James Thurber, Connie Francis, Mark Twain, Patty Duke, John Osborne, Jane Fonda, Joe DiMaggio, Ludwig van Beethoven, Margaret Chase Smith, and former German chancellor Willy Brandt.
Venus at 16 degrees Capricorn sextiles Saturn in Scorpio at 1:46 pm Saturday. Venus with Capricorn is actually a pretty good combo, with Venus softening the usually austere lines of Saturn. It is a pleasure (Venus) to do one’s duty (Saturn) for a loved one; it is a labor of love. We discuss what our mutual expectations (Saturn) are in a relationship (Venus). Venus is able to apply herself to detailed work in arts or crafts. Business related to the arts goes well, so if you have works you would like handled by a gallery, make an appointment to show your portfolio. Juno at 13 degrees Aquarius squares Saturn; one person tries to dominate while the other wants equality. Meanwhile Venus highlights sharing and intimacy, even tho one party may want too much in the way of constant approval.
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LATE DEGREES – see my popular article on late degrees of all the signs. Link: http://milky-way-astrology.blogspot.com/2008/08/planets-in-late-degrees-what-do-they.html
POPE FRANCIS – I finally posted a little article on the new Pope Francis and also a kind of book review on a book that accidentally talks about ancient astronomy. The article on Pope Francis is here: https://milkywayastrology.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/a-look-at-the-new-pope-franciss-astro-charts/ And the article on the best book that both is and is not about ancient astronomy is here: https://milkywayastrology.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/the-best-book-about-ancient-astronomy-that-isnt-about-astrology-per-se/
GREAT WEBSITES – In no particular order of importance: Check out Astrology.com — free lessons online. Watch astronomic animations at http://shadowandsubstance.com/. Go to http://www.solarsystemscope.com/ for a view of our solar system and nearby stars. This guy called the correct winner of the 2012 election, and he puts out a monthly column: http://www.howardbeckmanvedicastrologer.com/wordpress/
This guy writes a cool weekly astrology newsletter and sells astro books: Dave at www.astroamerica.com.
Readers can follow not only their Sun sign horoscope but also their Ascendant for further clues to how your week will develop. NOTE: some aspects are exact on a weekend but may find opportunity for expression on the Friday or Monday nearest the exact aspect. Times given are in Eastern Standard or Eastern Daylight Savings Time depending on the season.
ARIES – March 20-April 19 – You enjoy an online laugh midday Monday. Wednesday can be a key day for addressing health concerns, possibly with lab or x-ray work to find the source of a problem. The Sun enters your solar ninth house on Thursday, ushering in a month of stretching one’s mind with travel, study, or living large. Saturday favors strategic schmoozing with people who could help your career or finance your dream.
TAURUS – April 20-May 20 – The Moon is in Taurus until Sunday night. Sunday morning’s Full Moon may force you to deal with unhealthy eating habits. The Moon is void from mid-morning till it enters Gemini, so stick to routine matters. Tuesday finds your batteries revved up and profiting from a hard workout. You and a friend attend a Wednesday class in a mysterious subject of interest to both of you. The Sun enters your solar eighth house on Thursday, ushering in a month of transitions, mergers, and rites of passage.
GEMINI – May 21-June 20 – The Moon is in Gemini from 7:07 pm Sunday till Wednesday morning. Strange dreams may precede the work week. Monday lunch is accompanied by an unusual or humorous companion. The Moon is void from mid-morning on Tuesday, so stick to routine matters; try not to rush thru tasks. Avoid the martini lunch on Wednesday. Wednesday night favors analyzing your insurance benefit statements. The Sun enters your solar seventh house on Thursday, ushering in a month of one-on-one interface with loved ones, in interviews, or partnering up at work.
CANCER – June 21-July 22 – You’re on a roll Tuesday! The Moon is in Cancer from 6:23 am Wednesday till Friday night. Wednesday may be a key day for the cardinal signs, highlighting information, research, and health issues. It’s too easy to daydream thru lunch break Wednesday, but a dear friend joins you on Thursday lunch. You have a heart-to-heart with a child that afternoon. Try not to overdo Thursday night. Also, the Sun enters your solar sixth house on Thursday, ushering in a month of service and paying attention to health issues. Saturday lunch is a good time to calmly discuss mutual expectations with your mate.
LEO – July 23-Aug. 22 – The Moon is void most of Tuesday so stick to routine matters. The Sun enters your solar fifth house on Thursday, ushering in a month of doing what you love best – parties, going on holiday, attending plays, indulging your playful and creative side. The Moon is in Leo from 6:56 pm Friday through the weekend. Friday night promises convivial times, so you might as well plan a party and send invites. Saturday finds you laughing over an item in the news.
VIRGO – Aug. 23-Sept. 22 – Monday lunch break finds you doodling some creative designs. The Moon is void most of Tuesday so stick to routine matters. Wednesday can be a key day for addressing health concerns, possibly with lab or x-ray work to find the source of a problem. The Sun enters your solar fourth house on Thursday, ushering in a month of cocooning with family and making memories. Saturday favors showing your portfolio to a reputable gallery.
LIBRA – Sept. 23-Oct. 22 – On Monday’s lunch break you decide to break the same old routine. The Moon is void most of Tuesday so stick to routine matters. Wednesday may be a key day for the cardinal signs, highlighting information, research, and health issues. The Sun enters your solar third house on Thursday, ushering in a month of being in constant motion and communication.
SCORPIO – Oct. 23-Nov. 21 – The Moon is void most of Tuesday so stick to routine matters. Attend a lecture Wednesday night on your favorite mysterious topic; maybe the bookstore has an author appearance. The Sun enters your solar second house on Thursday, ushering in a month of heavy shopping and evaluating what you are really worth. On Saturday, keep the phrase “a labor of love” in mind.
SAGITTARIUS – Nov. 22-Dec. 21 – Midday Monday finds you doodling creatively, so make sure to have a note pad. The Moon is void most of Tuesday so stick to routine matters. Wednesday can be a key day for addressing health concerns, possibly with lab or x-ray work to find the source of a problem. The Sun enters your sign on Thursday, ushering in a month of meeting scads of new people so have your introductory spiel polished up.
CAPRICORN – Dec. 22-Jan. 19 – You lend some moral support to a friend giving a first lecture Wednesday on a topic of interest to you. Wednesday may also be a key day for the cardinal signs, highlighting information, research, and health issues. The Sun enters your solar twelfth house on Thursday, ushering in a month of attending retreats or merely a quiet withdrawal into your own company.
AQUARIUS – Jan. 20-Feb. 17 – Midday Monday favors breaking routine and exploring the neighborhood. The Moon is void most of Tuesday so stick to routine matters. Wednesday evening favors attending a career-related retreat or seminar. The Sun enters your solar eleventh house on Thursday, ushering in a month of teamwork, especially if spending time on causes. Saturday may be marred by subtle power plays with your mate.
PISCES – Feb. 18-March 19 – On Monday’s lunch break you enjoy sharing a table with a stranger. The Moon is void most of Tuesday so stick to routine matters. On Wednesday you may consult or schedule a visit for a second opinion regarding a health concern. The Sun enters your solar tenth house on Thursday, ushering in a month of public scrutiny so make sure your shoes are polished and so are your manners.
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