Monday, OCTOBER 17 The Last Quarter Moon occurs this afternoon with the Libra Sun’s square to the Cancer Moon, prompting a turning point as we gain some perspective.
Monday, OCTOBER 17
The Last Quarter Moon occurs this afternoon with the Libra Sun’s square to the Cancer Moon, prompting a turning point as we gain some perspective. We come to a place where we must sort out what works for us and what doesn’t. It’s not the best time in the lunar cycle to start a significant project.
During this Moon phase, suitable activities include paying debts, asking for money owed, giving or receiving rewards, making evaluations, taking inventory, and dealing with people and matters from the past.
With a Venus-Neptune quincunx today, we might want to see things realistically on the one hand and prefer to nurture a fantasy or look the other way on the other. Under this influence, there can be insecurity or doubts about others or our own feelings and perceptions. Indecision is possible.
However, the Sun forms a trine to Mars, encouraging us to want to take affirmative action. This influence is energizing and supports physical activity, initiative, and enterprise. Vitality is strong. We want to put plans into motion, take the lead, and get busy.
Enthusiasm and confidence both run high, and our sense of timing is good. Belief in ourselves is natural under this influence, leading to more effective decision-making.
The void Moon occurs from 4:57 PM EDT, with the Moon’s last aspect before changing signs (an opposition to Pluto), until the Moon enters Leo tomorrow, Tuesday, October 18th, at 12:46 AM EDT.
Overview of the Day (Monday) EDT(GMT-04:00) View in my time