Your Daily Cosmic Calendar for September 3
If you are beginning to feel that hard-to-eliminate frustrations may have you temporarily over a barrel, join the club. Retrograding Saturn in Capricorn is slowing down to being virtually motionless in the week ahead as it steers a course toward a complete shut-down on Thursday September 6 when it will shift into forward gear. While a quintet of supportive sky cycles — Mercury moving 60-degrees to Venus (5:59am), a trio of trines linking Mercury and Vesta (3:39pm), Mars and Ceres (4:59pm), and the moon and Venus (10:28pm, plus the Sun parallel Ceres (4:43pm) — are encouraging you toward success across the board, a major blocking maneuver is tossed in as a monkey-wrench as Jupiter forms a dicey, 45-degree connection with Saturn (10:43am). The lunar orb starts a void conundrum in Gemini at 11:38pm that lasts until the moon enters its natural abode of watery Cancer at 5:05am tomorrow.
[Note to readers: All times are now calculated for Pacific Daylight Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]
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