Astro-Notes on July 31, 2013 – changing our approach

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Today, retrograde Chiron in Pisces perfects his trine to the North Node in Scorpio (sextile South Node in Taurus), marking the sealing of our fate as the result of circumstances that either conspired for or against us, depending on how much influence we have in these matters. As a consequence, there is a dawning awareness about our future prospects that allows us to take advantage of ‘bridges’ we’ve built in the past or we could lose our secure footing on the one’s we’ve burnt. Therefore, after the Moon’s ingress to Gemini at 11:41 am EDT might we have to deal with mixed feelings and as a consequence be more vocal about our inner life. With Mars in Cancer squaring retrograde Uranus in Aries and Mercury in Cancer casting a sesqui-quadrate to retrograde Neptune in Pisces we’re challenged to turn a corner and instigate the changes we’re intent on making, which is a deviation from our traditional approach or familiar self-assertion. The more critical is it that we are meeting expectations and common ideals in order to be able to receive support for our plans in return.

Tarot card of the day is the “Knight of Pentacles”, a card that contains an element of perfectionism and brings good news in financial matters. It indicates that we are unwavering in the pursuit of a goal, assess our circumstances candidly, are diligent and industrious, follow a routine and pay attention to the mundane and normal parts of life. We assume responsibility and take charge of a situation by accomplishing what is expected from us. This card has a grounding influence.

In the news: No spitting or speeding: How Justin Bieber could ‘clean up his act’ (it’s about time that this spoiled child/knight of pentacles takes care of his image – with the Sun in Leo semi-sextile to Jupiter in Cancer this would also mean to understand that the sense of entitlement, which comes with being a star, has to be handled with care) – Government can grab cell phone location records without warrant, appeals court says (that’s definitely a deviation from the ‘traditional approach’)


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