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Astro-logical Forecast for Monday 10/28/2013: Mind the Void

Allllll-righty, then!

The Moon is in rip-roarin’ Leo, the sign that brought you all those over-the-top costumes you saw at the Halloween party you attended on Saturday. Wasn’t that fun? As of 8:26AM ET, Moon goes void-of-for just over 15 hours, not to enter the next sign — Virgo — until 11:45PM ET. What does that mean, you might wonder, especially if you are new to this forecast (welcome!).

A Moon void suggests a day that may feel like it’s going nowhere, marked by upsets, twists and delays in your efforts to move forward in a straight line. We may see a number of regal pronouncements made from a position of entitlement, that turn out to be much ado about nothing. Roll with whatever twists come your way, including flakes and space cases.  For more on Moon voids and how to handle them, look here.  We’ll have another void on Wednesday from 10:48PM ET until Thursday at 8:22AM ET.

A serious focus can be yours today and tomorrow, courtesy of a hook-up between mental Mercury and stern Saturn in ruthless Scorpio. You may recall we experienced this same planetary pattern on October 8th, . Remember what was posted on October 9th:

A goal without a plan is just a wish.

What project were you trying to organize, structure and control  back then? Chances are it’s up for review, research and retooling. Another opportunity to make progress on your game plan is suggested when Mercury and Saturn hook up for a third time on November 25th.

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