Counting your blessings? Here are five more things to be thankful for this week:
1) Mercury joins with Saturn for the third and last time today Monday, November 25. This depressing influence has been playing in the background all month and will finally breathe it's last today. On the larger screen this aspect has been responsible for all the Obamacare computer glitches and also the President's abysmal ratings in the recent polls. In our individual lives this frustrating aspect has effected all things Mercury, particularly work and trips. If you've misplaced your tools or are wondering if you should even try to drive all the way to Grandma's on Thursday, you should be feeling much more optimistic later on tonight.
2) The next big thing to be thankful for happens Wednesday evening November 27. Mercury will be making a friendly trine to Jupiter meaning no matter how crazy the travel conditions with so many people trying to make it home for the next day's festivities, folks should still be in a good mood on the road.
3) On Thursday, Thanksgiving Day the Moon will be in Libra making a t-square to the on going Pluto/Uranus stand off. Ordinarily we would worry the Moon activating these two warriors would create some sort of holocaust but here the Moon is in the sign of diplomacy so there's hope she'll keep things peaceful, in fact she might even be able to negotiate some sort of resolution between these bullies! Certainly it's a lovely omen for all the relatives being on their best behavior at the turkey table.
4) Not only will the Moon be in rational Libra on Thanksgiving Day, she'll also be making a pleasant sextile to the Sun in Sagittarius. This combo helps calmer heads prevail if things get a bit rowdy - which they might because...
5) Venus will oppose Jupiter at 7:00 a.m. Thanksgiving morning. Ordinarily oppositions create conflict but when the two planets of blessings and abundance connect the only danger is in overdoing a good thing. Sounds like diets don't stand a chance this week but maybe we can limit ourselves to seconds? Well then, how about thirds?
Whatever you decide the stars are wishing you and yours a very happy holiday - and so am I!
Rosada, EXT 2340
Rosada, EXT 2340