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FREE Astrological Chart Wheel Washington, DC, 11/15/2018 06:07:01 AM EDT +04:00
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Sun Sun
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Venus Venus
Mars Mars
Jupiter Jupiter
Saturn Saturn
Uranus Uranus
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Pluto Pluto
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Taurus Taurus
Gemini Gemini
Cancer Cancer
Leo Leo
Virgo Virgo
Libra Libra
Scorpio Scorpio
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Aquarius Aquarius
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StarType: The Antenna
StarType Here is a time when receptivity is enhanced, and there is a natural sense of caring and tending to whatever needs attention - compassion. Not a physically warm or touchy-feely time, perhaps not even fun-filled, but one oriented to detail, real concern, and an increased ability to respond to what comes to your attention: responsibility. Serving and caring for others and things are in order. And while thinking and the mind is to the fore, this is not by that token the best time to do overall strategy planning, as the mind is not clear in the getting-the-big-picture sense.
Solunar Angle: 087°50'
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: Mars Waning Sextile to Uranus
Closest Aspect Your drive to be different, non-conforming, and to seek out the novel and different comes under scrutiny, and you may find yourself being critical and exacting in these areas. Not everything is worth keeping, and you can see to gather the good parts, and let the rest pass.
Interpretation Text by Michael Erlewine