Astrologer, Lilly Roddy

Monday, September 29th Daily #Astrology Forecast from Lilly Roddy Show

on September 29, 2014

Monday, September 29th: The Moon transits Sagittarius, the sign of the world traveler. Although she is in Sagittarius for the entire day, she does become void-of-course late in the evening, at 10:29 PM, and remains so for the rest of the evening, and for almost the entire day on Tuesday. This long void-of-course Moon time frame will last for just over 25 hours. Get most of your important activities taken care of today so you can enjoy the casual pace on Tuesday.

The Moon squares Neptune, 3:43 AM: This is a great aspect for sleeping or just being alone with your thoughts.

The Moon sextiles the Sun, 5:10 AM: This is a good morning to be up early and getting as much done as you can. This will help us start our day with a positive attitude.

The Moon conjuncts Mars, 1:34 PM: We are much more harried this afternoon with these energies. Our emotions are in control as we confront things that stand in our way or issues that scare us. You can experience the most happiness if you’re doing exactly what you want.

Venus, planet of love and money, enters Libra, 3:52 PM, and will remain there for approximately the next 25 days. Libra is the home sign of Venus. With Venus in Libra this should help to make everyone just want to get along. This can be a time of understanding and clarity in partnerships, and especially in conflicts.

The Moon trines Uranus, 8:46 PM: During the evening hours we are much more interested in getting out and expanding our world. So, this is an energy best used for being out with friends, attending a lecture, or being active in your community.

The Moon trines Jupiter, 10:29 PM: The positive energies continue throughout the later evening. This aspect helps us to feel better – especially about anything in which we want to indulge.

The Moon is now void-of-course in Sagittarius, 10:29 PM, and will remain so until late Tuesday evening, at 11:41 PM, when she moves into Capricorn. This will be another of those long void-of-course Moon timeframes – a little over 25 hours.

All times are CDT.

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