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StarType: Common Sense
StarType A very practical time, and one with perhaps a lot of hand-to-hand coordination and even group work, but also a time where the eye is able to guide the hand, the mind working in cooperation with the body. In other words, this is a great time to actual accomplish something and get the job done, and it is made better by the fact that whatever mental thoughts and plans out there are actually more-or-less synchronized with the practical, making the doing and the planning one unified experience.
Solunar Angle: 313°47'
Solunar Angle Things will perhaps be more simple now, cutting back a bit, and being content with less, with what is important. All kinds of minor obstacles or hindrances may arise and block your way, tempting you to return to what you have just let go of. There is a subtle shift in direction, and your best bet is to exercise patience, and tread your way around these roadblocks, and continue on with simplifying your situation. Less is definitely more from here to the New Moon. You sharp critical faculties can be retired.
Closest Aspect: Moon Waning Square to Jupiter
Closest Aspect A real turning point related to questions of public success or success with your family and the past, in general. Whether the success was good, bad, or indifferent is not important. Now is when to let it go, detach yourself personally from it, and move on to form a more impartial and impersonal point of view of the whole thing – a natural change.
Interpretation Text by Michael Erlewine