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Sun 24° Virgo 24' 46"
Moon 02° Taurus 02' 43"
Mercury 05° Libra 38' 18"
Venus 03° Libra 46' 08"
Mars 19° Virgo 21' 50"
Ceres 10° Sagittarius 06' 29"
Pallas 08° Scorpio 27' 00"
Juno 10° Virgo 51' 14"
Vesta 27° Taurus 30' 02"
Jupiter 16° Sagittarius 32' 37"
Saturn 13° Capricorn 54' 37" 
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Chiron 04° Aries 04' 46" 
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Uranus 06° Taurus 05' 28" 
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Neptune 17° Pisces 06' 36" 
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Pluto 20° Capricorn 41' 37" 
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TrueNode 14° Cancer 44' 45" 
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Daily Astrological Currents

A free daily horoscope from Pluto's Child

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Read The Full Week's Forecast

This Daily Astrological Forecast is a bit different than most daily forecasts since it isnt written for each individual Sun Sign. Rather, it is intended to be a bit like an Astrological Weather Report. To read more about this daily horoscope, see this post

Monday September 16, 2019

The Moon goes VOC at 9:02 AM PDT this morning, increasing the tendency to impulsive missteps. Although we may sometimes look behind us and believe that changes have happened quickly, most changes happen almost imperceptibly slowly — even if we recognize them suddenly. Today's tendency towards impulsive actions may require us to make significant adjustments later. On the other hand, under this waning lunar cycle, we may feel a strong inclination to pull back our resources — preempting future progress. We'll do better to adopt an Easy Does It, 'steady as she goes' approach today. "No sudden movements!"



Weekly Summary

SEPTEMBER 15 - SEPTEMBER 21

"You can't rest on your laurels. Your own body of work is yet to come."
— Barack Obama

There is little room to slide this week. Despite the waning Moon, there are a several activating elements demanding that we display courage and determination, along with responsibility. Saturn turns direct on Wednesday, shifting our focus from past accomplishments and experiences towards what we must do in the future. We move from review to consideration in terms of planning our next moves. There may be some discomfort involved, since the inspirational Jupiter-Neptune square is set off by the impatience of Mars in Virgo, which asks for specifics and details. Combined with Saturn's return to direct motion, we may well feel the screws tightening. Luckily, there is plenty of support from several Earth trines, including a potent Grand Earth trine on Wednesday, that gives us tangible, practical tools to work with. Even though there is plenty of inspiration, there is little to suggest great fanfare — just the understanding that 'it's time to go to work'. The challenges that we face this week will be echoed once we arrive at next Saturday's Libra New Moon (11:26 AM PDT 5° Libra), which are to find ways to effectively communicate our aims, goals, and vision to others. Even though we may find ourselves facing impertinent — even ignorant — questions, we need to begin to develop answers that will help us to smooth our path going forward.

Sunday's Aries Moon allows us to display some courage — even if we're really just 'whistling in the dark'. It's time to embrace our responsibilities. Impulsiveness may cause a few problems on Monday, requiring significant adjustments later. We'll do better to adopt an "Easy Does It" approach. Tuesday's Taurus Moon highlights steady determination. It's time to get to work but we're likely to recognize some need to approach our work cautiously. We reach a potent threshold on Wednesday. Saturn turns direct as we enjoy a Grand Earth Trine, involving the Moon, Mars, and Pluto. We begin to face the prospect of new accomplishments. The Moon's arrival in Gemini on Thursday afternoon lightens the mood significantly. There is a conversational sociability that eases some of the heavy sense of responsibility. However, things get a bit foggy on Friday under the Moon's square to Neptune. Questions may seem overwhelming. By Saturday, most of us realize that even the most impertinent questions will eventually need to be answered before we can move forward.

Tuesday September 17, 2019

Courage deepens into resolve and determination today. We can more easily dispatch with impulsiveness in favor of careful, thoughtful, and methodical steps that support our overall goals. As Saturn stations to go direct and Mars approaches a trine to Pluto, we are given clear signals that 'it's time to go to work'. Nonetheless, the erratic and unpredictable nature of the Moon's conjunction with Uranus this afternoon keeps things interesting. There is certainly a need for caution. We may also need to maintain at least enough detachment to avoid overwork and avoid ignoring our own basic needs.



Weekly Summary

SEPTEMBER 15 - SEPTEMBER 21

"You can't rest on your laurels. Your own body of work is yet to come."
— Barack Obama

There is little room to slide this week. Despite the waning Moon, there are a several activating elements demanding that we display courage and determination, along with responsibility. Saturn turns direct on Wednesday, shifting our focus from past accomplishments and experiences towards what we must do in the future. We move from review to consideration in terms of planning our next moves. There may be some discomfort involved, since the inspirational Jupiter-Neptune square is set off by the impatience of Mars in Virgo, which asks for specifics and details. Combined with Saturn's return to direct motion, we may well feel the screws tightening. Luckily, there is plenty of support from several Earth trines, including a potent Grand Earth trine on Wednesday, that gives us tangible, practical tools to work with. Even though there is plenty of inspiration, there is little to suggest great fanfare — just the understanding that 'it's time to go to work'. The challenges that we face this week will be echoed once we arrive at next Saturday's Libra New Moon (11:26 AM PDT 5° Libra), which are to find ways to effectively communicate our aims, goals, and vision to others. Even though we may find ourselves facing impertinent — even ignorant — questions, we need to begin to develop answers that will help us to smooth our path going forward.

Sunday's Aries Moon allows us to display some courage — even if we're really just 'whistling in the dark'. It's time to embrace our responsibilities. Impulsiveness may cause a few problems on Monday, requiring significant adjustments later. We'll do better to adopt an "Easy Does It" approach. Tuesday's Taurus Moon highlights steady determination. It's time to get to work but we're likely to recognize some need to approach our work cautiously. We reach a potent threshold on Wednesday. Saturn turns direct as we enjoy a Grand Earth Trine, involving the Moon, Mars, and Pluto. We begin to face the prospect of new accomplishments. The Moon's arrival in Gemini on Thursday afternoon lightens the mood significantly. There is a conversational sociability that eases some of the heavy sense of responsibility. However, things get a bit foggy on Friday under the Moon's square to Neptune. Questions may seem overwhelming. By Saturday, most of us realize that even the most impertinent questions will eventually need to be answered before we can move forward.

Wednesday September 18, 2019

The Moon forms a Grand Earth trine with Mars and Pluto this evening following Saturn's direct station. Although the atmosphere is incredibly productive, we may experience some sort of surprising loss which requires extra consideration. There is little fanfare is this atmosphere but rather, a quiet awareness of the need for consideration and review. We stand on a potent threshold today. We will no longer be satisfied by our past accomplishments. However, today gives us the chance to embrace the value of our experiences as we begin to face the prospect of achieving important new accomplishments.



Weekly Summary

SEPTEMBER 15 - SEPTEMBER 21

"You can't rest on your laurels. Your own body of work is yet to come."
— Barack Obama

There is little room to slide this week. Despite the waning Moon, there are a several activating elements demanding that we display courage and determination, along with responsibility. Saturn turns direct on Wednesday, shifting our focus from past accomplishments and experiences towards what we must do in the future. We move from review to consideration in terms of planning our next moves. There may be some discomfort involved, since the inspirational Jupiter-Neptune square is set off by the impatience of Mars in Virgo, which asks for specifics and details. Combined with Saturn's return to direct motion, we may well feel the screws tightening. Luckily, there is plenty of support from several Earth trines, including a potent Grand Earth trine on Wednesday, that gives us tangible, practical tools to work with. Even though there is plenty of inspiration, there is little to suggest great fanfare — just the understanding that 'it's time to go to work'. The challenges that we face this week will be echoed once we arrive at next Saturday's Libra New Moon (11:26 AM PDT 5° Libra), which are to find ways to effectively communicate our aims, goals, and vision to others. Even though we may find ourselves facing impertinent — even ignorant — questions, we need to begin to develop answers that will help us to smooth our path going forward.

Sunday's Aries Moon allows us to display some courage — even if we're really just 'whistling in the dark'. It's time to embrace our responsibilities. Impulsiveness may cause a few problems on Monday, requiring significant adjustments later. We'll do better to adopt an "Easy Does It" approach. Tuesday's Taurus Moon highlights steady determination. It's time to get to work but we're likely to recognize some need to approach our work cautiously. We reach a potent threshold on Wednesday. Saturn turns direct as we enjoy a Grand Earth Trine, involving the Moon, Mars, and Pluto. We begin to face the prospect of new accomplishments. The Moon's arrival in Gemini on Thursday afternoon lightens the mood significantly. There is a conversational sociability that eases some of the heavy sense of responsibility. However, things get a bit foggy on Friday under the Moon's square to Neptune. Questions may seem overwhelming. By Saturday, most of us realize that even the most impertinent questions will eventually need to be answered before we can move forward.