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FREE Astrological Chart Wheel Washington, DC, 07/20/2018 02:53:16 PM EDT +04:00
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StarType: Thirst for Experience
StarType This is a time with a real need to reach out or beyond the known and the day-to-day and to experience something new - new people, places, and things. There is a deep thirst to compensate or balance the mental or worrying part of ourselves with action and doing, or at least with simple experiencing - more of it. There is also a sense that there is so much to be seen and experienced out there in the world. However, all of this is coming from a very mental or thought and idea-oriented perspective, and not from a very practical place. This mental-ness, however responsible it is, seeks to be tempered by real-world experience.
Solunar Angle: 101°28'
Solunar Angle This is one of those critical or changing points in the Sun-Moon cycle, where you actually receive some physical sign for efforts made, and where continued effort and action on your part CAN make the difference and bring about real change, producing something real that can't be easily ignored by the world around you This is the time to make a statement and be heard, and the result of your plans and ideas should have established a foothold here. This is not a time for hesitating
Closest Aspect: Venus Waning Sextile to Jupiter
Closest Aspect An energetic time, where you have good critical vision and are able to examine just how you feel and care for matters relating to work and career. You have an objective view of these matters, and can see what could be modified and what better be tossed out. Make the hard calls.
Interpretation Text by Michael Erlewine