Star Codes

Pasatiempo - - CONTENTS - Con­tact as­trologer Heather Roan Rob­bins at roan­rob­bins.com. Heather Roan Rob­bins

THE TOUGH TRANSITS OF THIS FALL have left many peo­ple drained, but this week­end the stars en­cour­age us to rest and re­cover as Mer­cury trines and the moon con­juncts dreamy Nep­tune un­der a drift­ing and sen­si­tive Pisces moon. Keep agen­das light; find a safe spot to be sen­si­tive. Let’s also care­fully place our­selves in en­vi­ron­ments that nur­ture us.

Rest well over the week­end, be­cause it’s go­ing to be a busy week. The moon en­ters dy­namic Aries on Mon­day and asks us to get down to brass tacks. On Tues­day, the sun joins Mer­cury, Venus, and Jupiter in fo­cused Scor­pio, where we can de­velop an at­ti­tude.

The Tau­rus full moon calls for com­fort and se­cu­rity, which may clash with the Scor­pio call to ex­plore mys­ter­ies. As the full moon con­juncts chaotic Uranus, we get dealt wild­cards. If things start to get strange, take a deep breath and find calm. Be ready to catch the fly ball, and watch the head­lines for pertinent in­for­ma­tion.

We now have six plan­ets in stub­born fixed signs: four Scor­pio plan­ets, Mars in Aquar­ius, and a Tau­rus moon. Push­ing po­lit­i­cal or more per­sonal is­sues will only en­trench us. What helps is to de­velop a mys­tery: Ask a good ques­tion, dare peo­ple to ex­plore op­tions, or bring some shock­ing new in­for­ma­tion to the ta­ble.

FRI­DAY, OCT. 19: Po­lit­i­cal de­bates abound this morn­ing. The mood is in­tu­itive but im­pa­tient as Mer­cury trines per­cep­tive Nep­tune and squares ac­tive Mars. These as­pects can ei­ther help us be de­ci­sive or we can jump to con­clu­sions; it’s up to us to fig­ure out what’s re­ally go­ing on. We grow more sen­si­tive as the moon en­ters Pisces. Our minds wan­der tonight.

SATUR­DAY, OCT. 20: Drift and dream as the Pisces moon trines Venus and con­juncts Nep­tune. Re­cover from over­whelm­ing cir­cum­stances. This Pisces moon can im­bue us with un­usu­ally good aes­thetic taste, but our senses of time and bud­get could be way off. Peo­ple may be sen­si­tive to any slights but a lit­tle obliv­i­ous of oth­ers’ feel­ings.

SUN­DAY, OCT. 21: We are per­me­able and eas­ily ab­sorb our sur­round­ings. A moon-Jupiter trine en­cour­ages us to look for op­por­tu­ni­ties and fan any flames of hope and grat­i­tude this af­ter­noon. It will be good medicine for all in­volved. Rest up for a busy week ahead.

MON­DAY, OCT. 22: The moon en­ters Aries this morn­ing, crank­ing up the vol­ume and ask­ing us to get down to busi­ness. Our cu­riosi­ties are strong as Mer­cury sex­tiles Pluto. In­ves­ti­gate rather than worry, speak up rather than get pushy. Give peo­ple ex­tra room for their opin­ions.

TUES­DAY, OCT. 23: Breathe and in­voke pa­tience. On this high-oc­tane day, our first re­ac­tions can be volatile. The sun en­ters Scor­pio and op­poses Uranus. Ex­pect the un­ex­pected, and stay grounded and cen­tered to han­dle the will­ful mood and strange events pro­duc­tively. Don’t give or­ders, just be clear. It’s a good day to stop a bad habit or break away from a dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tion.

WED­NES­DAY, OCT. 24: We’ll dig in our heels when pushed un­der to­day’s full Tau­rus moon, so coax oth­ers with cu­rios­ity and de­li­cious com­fort in­stead. Fights started to­day will linger; choose bat­tles care­fully. Trusted friends and tra­di­tions can help us as Venus sex­tiles Saturn.

THURS­DAY, OCT. 25: The en­ergy level drops, and we need en­durance rather than en­thu­si­asm. If we feel a need to prove our points as the moon squares Mars, let’s ask if it’s re­ally nec­es­sary. Fol­low through on yes­ter­day’s events, clean up the mess, and in­ves­ti­gate sur­pris­ingly great ideas. Just take a sec­ond look and do a fea­si­bil­ity study be­fore build­ing mo­men­tum.

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