Astrology of Saturday, April 14th 2018

Astrology of Saturday, April 14th 2018

Daily Astro-Weather

The heavily waned Moon, which will not visibly rise again for several days, spends Saturday in the teeth of a difficult configuration. Luna makes a mid-day square with heavy Saturn in Capricorn, and then spends the next 12 hours on its way to a square with rough Mars. The Moon is thus classically besieged between the two malefics, marking the day as a host to unpleasant moods and unfortunate events. It would be wise not to schedule anything important or initiate something of lasting significance today. Nonetheless, a pair of factors does soften this inauspicious configuration. The first is Mars’ perfect sextile with Neptune, which should serve to dampen the red planet’s fire a bit. The second potentially mitigating factor is that Mercury’s direct station hides deep within the night. The usually-swift planet stands still today, a beacon of clarity.

Horoscopes & Ongoing Influences

Aspects (PST)

Moon in Aries, 4th Quarter
Mars Sextile Neptune: Apr 14 10:26 AM
Moon Square Saturn: Apr 14 12:57 PM
Moon Square Mars: Apr 15 12:41 AM
Mercury Stations Direct: Apr 15 2:21 AM

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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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