Astrologer, Lilly Roddy

Monday, August 10th Daily #Astrology Forecast from Lilly Roddy

on August 10, 2020

Monday, August 10th, the Moon continues its journey through Taurus all day! Our evening time is going to be very active!

Moon sextile Venus, 1:23 AM: This aspect should help us to have a more peaceful night. We are doing what we like with this aspect.

Mercury square Uranus, 7:52 AM: This planetary aspect can create a sense of edginess, a feeling of restlessness, and maybe having a hard time turning off your brain. This aspect increases the electrical activity in our bodies and can make us move too quickly and can produce a sense of awkwardness. This aspect can helps us to solve problems but approaching the difficulty from another point of view. This will make us all feel more trapped, especially with the current quarantines in place. With this aspect in play for the last 3 days and continuing for the next 3 day, you should keep your schedule flexible or at least focused on activities that you enjoy. We will want to say what is on our mind regardless of the consequences with this aspect. This can create traffic problems, internet problems, communication issues, and electrical problems in general. On a more personal level, our routines have been changed and we are being forced to adapt. If you can maintain a sense of intellectual distance, you can appreciate the overall situations in your life. This aspect is intensified in the evening with the Moon coming to make contact with both Mercury and Uranus. Emotions will run high!

Moon conjunct Uranus, 6:05 PM: This is an especially charged time with this lunar aspect. We may be short tempered, sarcastic, ready to jump ship, or move to live off the land. Make sure you do what you like to do with this aspect.

Moon square Mercury, 8:12 PM: We are more vocal with our thoughts and ideas this evening as the Moon intensifies the connections between Mercury and Uranus. Plans and events may not go as scheduled with this aspect. This aspect can bring out the crazies! Be sure to avoid them.

All times are central.

Brett Ryder

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