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FREE Astrological Chart Wheel Washington, DC, 09/19/2018 03:44:02 AM EDT +04:00
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StarType: See To Do
StarType This moment and time period is one where the phrase "See and Do" makes perfect sense, for what you can see or envision is also something you can implement or do something about. Right now, the mind is not only clear and thinking well, it is able to easily grasp what at other times is complex or abstruse, and to get the gist of it, to see the big picture every time. And these thoughts, concepts, and plans are not just floating out there, disembodied. You should be able to see the way to implement them, to make them practical, to turn them into actions, with results in your day-to-day world - life around you. You may well have a sense of independence and completeness, not often felt.
Solunar Angle: 115°45'
Solunar Angle By this point, productivity should not only be started, but well on its way, a good time to take control, and to point or guide things where you want them to go. Here you have renewed energy, and little resistance, with solid momentum, so making a good effort here will take you a long way. Also this is the time to embody your ideas, to build them physically into something solid, an infrastructure. Things are coming together. Go with that.
Closest Aspect: Mars Waning Square to Uranus
Closest Aspect You find yourself able to be more objective, and taking things less personally regarding your efforts to be independent or to just to be different. You stand back and have developed a perspective, call it objectivity.
Interpretation Text by Michael Erlewine