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What’s in the Stars and in the Sky for Nov 2009 November 1, 2009

Posted by Kerry in Astrology.
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Time Zone AESD

3rd Full Moon in Taurus at 6.13am

    Celebrate the abundance of the simple, yet beautiful sights, sounds and feelings that are always around us when we lift up our eyes and spirits and really “see”.

5th Neptune moves direct

    After a time of reflection, we can now move ahead with our dreams and visions of what could be.

8th Venus enters Scorpio

     A time to value commitment and sincerity and to honor deep love. If jealousy can arise – it will now!

16th Mercury enters Sagittarius

     Seeing the big picture but the increase in knowledge does not mean we know what to do.  

16th Saturn square Pluto

     Gigantic struggles in the corporate and governmental worlds. If they have not faced up to facts- they will now!

17th New Moon in Scorpio at 6.13am

     We can use the growing feelings of intense commitment to achieve any purpose.

22nd Sun enters Sagittarius

    Inside all of us there will be a spark that inspires us to think outside the box to new possibilities.

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What’s that in the sky?

 For all you night owls

Jupiter, otherwise known as Zeus – the King of the Gods, is still the most gorgeous sight in the evening skies.

Yesterday I was asked where to look to see the Scorpion for this month. And the short answer is – you won’t!

At this time of the year the Sun is travelling through the region of the Scorpion. So it is completely invisible due to the size and brilliance of that big nuclear reactor we call the Sun!

 

For all you early birds

In the wee small hours of the morning you can see Mars about a hand span to the east of the bright twin stars Castor and Pollux.  He is actually between the pincers of the Crab and ancient astrologers would say this is not a good omen for the kingdom.

If I am not curled up snug in my bed I will be saying hello to the bright stars on the tips of the horns of Taurus and the cluster of the 7 sisters, also known as the Pleiades, which are located in his shoulder.  It may be a little difficult as his horns are in the milky way; and because who really wants to be up at that hour!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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