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Astro-logical Forecast for Friday 2/5/2016 & the Weekend: Venus and Mars in the Hot Seat

What a weekend we have in store, especially if your horoscope is personally impacted by the potent  patterns as of Friday through Sunday.  The Moon is still in Capricorn, where it has been on an enterprising mission as of 7:44PM ET Thursday night. As noted in an earlier forecast:

See if you notice an intensification of emotion as Venus (women, money, aesthetics, social expression) meets up with Pluto on Friday at 8:12PM ET. Markets may be volatile. Women may take no prisoners. Venus-Pluto aspects can cut to the quick and/or the chase in relationships, and the scenario this weekend suggests the latter.

Cuts in the news include Twitter cutting 125, 000 accounts belonging to “extremists”…and France cutting the “i” out of “oignon,” along with streamlining the spelling of 200 other words. Sacre bleu!

Night owls may be feeling supercharged during the wee hours on Saturday, as the Moon makes its weekly clash with Pluto and Uranus at 1:01AM ET and 2:52AM ET.  It also makes contact with the personal planets: Mercury, Venus and Mars — all before 10:39AM ET, before going void at 10:54AM ET until 12:59AM ET on SUNDAY.  On Saturday, be advised that:

Venus is super-charged by unconventional Uranus on Saturday at 5:03PM ET, blasting through social norms and challenging you to consider an attraction outside your usual box — or set yourself free from an attraction that binds you.  Or at least clear the air. The Sun will be in harmony with Uranus, and mental Mercury is likely to reflect plenty of big communication drives as it aligns with Jupiter.

With the Moon void on Saturday, we have an argument for experimentation (without consequences for actions taken), or an argument that blows up into more of a crisis than it really is.

On Sunday, the Moon will be in humanitarian Aquarius, looking to hang with all its friends at the nearest Super Bowl fiesta.  The game kicks off around 3:35PM in San Francisco in the aftermath of a dynamic challenge between Sun and Mars at 7:08AM ET, followed by a communicative alignment between the genders (Mars and Venus), no matter what gender you and your significant other may be. What will you have learned about the State of Your Union by Monday, is what I’m wondering. These patterns are suitable for a physical workout, for better or for worse. This includes any large release of energy — watch the headlines for items such as significant quakes, structural collapses.…and with Mars in the mix — war, guns, etc.,  such as “North Korea may be ready to launch a rocket by Super Bowl Sunday”. Really — not Sunday, Super Bowl Sunday.

Meanwhile, I’m putting my fifty cents on the Panthers.

You are more personally impacted by the weekend’s potent patterns if you have a planet or angle around 16-18 degrees of Aries, Libra, Cancer and especially Capricorn…and if you have planets or angles around 16-19 degrees of Leo, Taurus, Aquarius and especially Scorpio.

We’ll have a New Moon on Monday at 9:39AM ET in Aquarius, after a provocative challenge between the Moon and Mars at 8:37AM ET. Make-up sex after a volatile weekend…or someone may be waking up in foul mood.  The Moon will be void right after the New Moon until 3:31AM ET on TUESDAY…sounds like a day to chill, focus on routine, meditate on your list of New Moon intentions.

I leave you now with a Moon void twist that happened on Thursday —  to a custodian at a restaurant in San Diego. He arrived at work to discover an 8-month old sea lion curled up in a booth. Of course it made headlines…

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