Astrology of Friday, November 1st 2019

Astrology of Friday, November 1st 2019

Daily Astro-Weather

Friday’s Moon in business-class Capricorn set a rather dry, if productive, tone. Luna spends the daylight hours in brief harmony with the Sun, but for the most part conjoined the Tail of the Dragon. The conjunction with the Tail is good for negating negatives, but is not ideal for creating positives.

The austere quality of the above configurations provides quite a contrast with the day’s most notable event, the ingress of Venus into enthusiastic Sagittarius. Here the bright jewel of the heavens trades the gothic stylings of Scorpio for a hunter’s cap and bow. It is not beasts Venus hunts, but excitement and glory. Venus in Sagittarius revels in epic tones, the spectacle of excellence and action-packed aesthetics. This year Venus will share Sagittarius with Jupiter, promising extra entertainment until the Morning Star heads into Capricorn on November 25th.

Though Venus’ move certainly lends the night some warmth, the Moon spends the entirety of the dark hours closely conjoined cold, grumpy Saturn, delaying promised pleasures. The wee hours are especially cranky, due to an impending Moon-Mars square.

Horoscopes & Ongoing Influences

Aspects (PT)

Moon in Capricorn, 1st Quarter
Moon Sextile Sun: Nov 1, 12:24 PM PDT
Venus Enters Sagittarius: Nov 1, 1:24 PM PDT
Moon Conjunct Tail: Nov 1, 2:40 PM PDT
Moon Conjunct Saturn: Nov 2, 12:32 AM PDT
Moon Sextile Neptune: Nov 2, 1:39 AM PDT

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Austin Coppock is a writer, esotericist and astrologer based in Ashland, OR. He published paperback Almanacs from 2011-15 but began posting his prognostications online last year, referring to his collection of weekly, monthly, yearly essays and daily delineations as “The Online Almanac”. This work is made possible by his supporters on Patreon. Austin was President of the non-profit organization “Association for Young Astrologers” from 2012-2016. His most recent book is “36 Faces: The History, Astrology and Magic of the Decans”, published by Three Hands Press.

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