The firmament is chock-full of action this Thursday. Mars enters Pisces during the afternoon, and the Moon enters Pisces and conjoins the newly-ingressed red planet during the first portion of night. Mars’ exodus from Aquarius is, this year, more significant than usual, as it ends the planet’s overextended stay in Aquarius, and moves us thoroughly and truly beyond the bounds of the Q3 retrograde.
In Pisces, Mars weaponizes the imagination, leading both to fusillades of poetry and deluded cavalry charges. Be thoughtful about which dreams you fight for while Mars is in Pisces, as the lines between imagination, inspiration and illusion are fuzzy at the best of times. When in doubt, err on the side of compassion. Mars will be in Pisces until December 31st, when it enters fiery Aries.
Yet, night holds something even more significant— Venus’ direct station. Retrograde since October 5th, Venus assumes forward motion once again, calling an end to the Queen of Heaven’s underworld ordeal. From here, Venus takes up her role as the morning star, intent on leading the charge for beauty and equity. Venus will visible as the morning star until July, 2019.Horoscopes & Ongoing Influences
Moon in Aquarius -> Pisces, 1st -> 2nd Quarter
Moon Square Sun: Nov 15 2018 6:52 AM
Moon Trine Venus: Nov 15 2018 11:05 AM
Mars Enters Pisces: Nov 15 2018 2:20 PM
Moon Sextile Uranus: Nov 15 2018 7:58 PM
Moon Enters Pisces: Nov 15 2018 8:39 PM
Moon Conjunct Mars: Nov 15 2018 9:00 PM
Moon Square Jupiter: Nov 16 2018 12:06 AM
Venus Station Direct: Nov 16 2018 2:52 AM