Astrologer, Lilly Roddy

Friday, July 25th Daily #Astrology Forecast from Lilly Roddy Show

on July 25, 2014

Friday, July 25, the moon continues in emotionally guarded cancer.

The moon squares Uranus, 6:49 AM; a great time to be up early and getting on with our day. We’re not as patient this morning, so take your time with others.

The moon trines Saturn, 7:08 AM; we start to feel more organized and are ready to take on the task of the day. This could be a really good morning to spend some time with your partner and plan ahead for the future. We are more interested in a solution rather than blaming someone. This aspect can help us feel much more secure emotionally.

The moon conjuncts Mercury 8:53 AM; we are much more chatty this morning with this aspect. A great time for scheduling, planning or just enjoying some gossip. With work, this can be a great time for contacting new clients or presenting new ideas to improve the efficiency at the office.

The moon is now void of course in cancer until Saturday morning at 9:55 AM when the moon enters fiery Leo. The energy of the morning should carry us through the early afternoon. But after that time, our energy and focus will begin to wane. Relax and go with the flow.

Mars enters Scorpio, the sign of depth, intensity, paranoia, and obsession for approximately the next 50 days. Mars finally leaves the sign of Libra which it has been in since December 7, 2013. Mars in Scorpio will act in defense of our emotional state. Calm and silent, Mars is the shark in the ocean. He is confident in his powers and doesn’t mind waiting for just the right moment.
All Times are CDT.

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