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Astro-logical Forecast for Tuesday 7/31/2012: Up!

More of the same proactive, practical — yet innovative — energy carries over from yesterday. Re-read yesterday’s forecast for details. Make the most of it until 7:30PM ET, when Moon goes void of course until 5:56AM ET on Wednesday. Notable lunar aspects include a challenge to the Moon from aggressive Mars at 5:43AM ET. This could be reflected in wild dreams (if you are asleep), or heated expressions and /or confrontations (if you are awake). At 7:30PM ET, we’ll see an exact challenge between the ambitious Moon and restrictive Saturn that could either bring us down (because of someone’s wet blanket) or get us even more focused on what needs to be done next.

And now, a fun astro-tidbit on the chart for the Olympics opening ceremony. I didn’t write about it in last Friday’s forecast, but I did note a midpoint configuration between Sun, Neptune and Pluto that is often a strong suggestion of something “otherworldly”.   Add that aspect to spacey Neptune running wild, and equally “out there” Uranus strongly connected. Could one possible manifestation be this footage of an alleged UFO hovering over the Olympic stadium? Cue “Twilight Zone” music now… or, if you prefer, “Planet Claire”

In other news, just in time for the illumination suggested by this week’s Full Moon in Aquarius (which refers to astrology), I do have a few appointments available for consultations this Friday. Please contact me if you would like to book one.

 

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