Friday, July 12 — Mercury remains in retrograde motion until July 31. You may have noticed that people are getting times mixed up for dates. The Sun in Cancer is still opposite Pluto in Capricorn. We’ve been dealing with this since yesterday, and it lasts until Sunday. People’s egos get bent out of shape as they seek control and power. Watch out in your own orbit for those who would like to manipulate you. Even though Mercury is retrograde you can still have an interesting conversation between 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. while the Moon in Sagittarius nicely aspects (mathematical relationship) Mercury. You’ll have more energy than you’d like to have between 10:10 p.m. and 12:10 a.m. while the Moon is aspecting Mars.

Saturday, July 13 — The Moon is in playful Sagittarius conjunct Jupiter from 2:15 until 4:15 p.m., ushering in high- minded thoughts based on spiritual principles. You have stimulating thoughts to share which will expand others’ thinking. Between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. the Moon in Sagittarius will be in an awkward aspect to Neptune in Pisces. This aspect brings about confusion and misunderstandings. The Sun in Cancer remains opposite Pluto in Capricorn. Difficult issues get dealt with not because you want to, but because you have no choice. This is known to be a confrontational phase, and it will last until Sunday.

Sunday, July 14 — The Moon is in Sagittarius until it enters Capricorn at 7:05 p.m. While the Moon is in Sagittarius not making any aspects to the planets, it gives you more free rein to do as you please. Mercury is still retrograde and brings about obstacles to forward momentum. The Sun ends its aspect to Pluto today at 3 p.m. We’ve got a Lunar Eclipse (Full Moon) to look forward to on Tuesday. Those who suffer from PTSD will need to find a way to maintain normalcy during this eclipse. It would also be smart to hang out with an emotionally stable friend or family member.

Monday,  July 15 — Between 5 and 7 a.m. the Moon in Capricorn will be nicely aspecting Uranus, increasing your intuition. Flashes of genius come to mind out of the blue for your attention. Venus in Cancer is aspecting Neptune and Saturn until Thursday. If you have unrealistic hopes for a relationship, today will bring about uncomfortable facts that you had not anticipated. Your emotions are felt intensely because the Lunar Eclipse takes place tomorrow.

Tuesday,  July 16 — From 11:15 a.m. until 1:15 p.m. the Moon is conjunct Pluto (precisely) in Capricorn. Emotions are felt like an earthquake on the inside. This gives you a sense of what this Lunar Eclipse is about, for you. Venus remains aspecting Neptune and Saturn, showing you whom to trust and whom not to trust. The Lunar Eclipse takes place here at 5:38 p.m. with the Moon and Pluto in Capricorn opposite the Sun and Venus in Cancer. There is a deep longing within you to be understood. This eclipse could bring about stormy weather in the world and within each person in need of emotional balancing/healing. This Lunar Eclipse is “partial” and can be seen in parts of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and South America. What’s most important is your internal experience with this eclipse.

Wednesday, July 17 — Venus is opposite Saturn until 5 a.m. Hopefully you’ve learned the lesson you needed and are stepping out of the land of disappointment. Venus is remaining in a pleasant aspect with Neptune until tomorrow evening. It’s fine to hold on to your idealistic dreams/visions for humanity and the Earth.

Thursday, July 18 — Between 10 a.m. and 12 noon the Moon in Aquarius will be nicely aspecting Jupiter, bringing about thoughts of what you can do locally to help manifest your vision for peace and harmony. Venus remains in a positive aspect with Neptune until 7 p.m. Venus is now opposite Pluto until Sunday. This aspect will stir up conflict in a personal relationship in order for it to become closer and more important. The Sun is conjunct Mercury (retrograde) and both are in Cancer. You want some sort of change taking place in your home that creates peace and calm.