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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Shocking Scorpio moon

This month's New Moon falls at 4 degrees of Scorpio and it opposes Uranus and it peaks October 27, at 11:38 PM, EDT.
This moon falls in the secretive and intense sign of Scorpio and with an opposition to Uranus at 4 degrees of Taurus we can expect shocks, changes, unexpected events, twists and turns, especially relating to women, family members and finances. You may feel nervous or exhilarated depending on what this moon does in your chart. You may want to break away from something and try a different or totally unique path compared to what you are used to.

Moon-Uranus transits are good for breaking out of the mold, leaving old habit patterns and getting a fresh start in some area. Alternatively, some things may end suddenly or make an unexpected turn in a different direction. There could be a chaotic and unpredictable twist at this time. With Uranus things begin and end as quickly as they begin. Stability will be hard to come by with this moon.

The Sun also opposes Uranus as it conjuncts the Moon. Sun-Uranus transits deal with sudden shifts and changes, most often of an unexpected nature.

Mars is square Saturn and this becomes part of the new moon energy as well. Relationships can get rocky, and there may be a general air of frustration or anger. Mars-Saturn typically relates to frustrating circumstances or feeling limited or held back in some way. This will affect those who have planets in Cancer, Capricorn, Aries or Libra at 15-17 degrees to a greater degree.

In the world and in our personal lives events will play out during the week, and things may not go as we expect. We can expect to see issues that involve women, money, market shifts and explosive circumstances. Uranus rules electricity, electronic communication and the internet, aircraft, explosions, coups, earthquakes and severe weather. There will be news concerning the US President and the population will be stirred up. We could see volatility or police action in the hot spots around the globe. Earthquakes and unexpected weather patterns can occur as well.

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