Wednesday, July 1 — The Moon is in emotionally intense Scorpio from 9 to 11:30 a.m., and will be in a positive aspect with Jupiter and Pluto. Be observant. If you are, you will pick up information psychically. Jupiter and Pluto are conjunct until July 13; this aspect holds the promise of success. If the aspect between Jupiter and Pluto applies to you directly, then it’s time to dream big and prepare to launch a business when these retrograde planets go direct, in November. The people that I am referring to were born: January 15 – 18, May 15 – 18 and also September 17 – 20 of any year. These folks are all Earth signs: Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo individuals according to the dates mentioned. If you were born with certain benefic planets at 24 degrees of Capricorn, Taurus or Virgo, you will also be configured for success. You will need an astrologer to tell you that and will also need your precise time of birth. If your birth time is not on your birth certificate, you can call the Bureau of Vital Statistics in the state where you were born and request it.

Thursday, July 2 — From 10:20 a.m. until 12:20 p.m. the Moon in Sagittarius will be awkwardly aspecting Mercury in Cancer. Your thinking is colored by your emotions. Hold back sharing your opinion at this time. Between 12:15 and 2:15 p.m. the Moon will be in a challenging aspect to Uranus; mood swings are common with this aspect. You’re apt to be out of balance emotionally from 2:45 until 4:45 p.m. because the Moon will be awkwardly aspecting the Sun. Jupiter remains conjunct Pluto, offering consciousness raising worldwide.

Friday, July 3 — The Moon will be in a challenging aspect with Neptune from 4 to 6 a.m., suggesting that those with a weakened immune system need uninterrupted sleep. A Lunar Eclipse is coming up this Sunday, July 5, at 12:44 a.m. Pay close attention to your psychic sensitivity and the synchronicities taking place.

Saturday, July 4 — Happy Birthday, America! Pluto and Jupiter are conjunct the birth chart for America’s natal position of Pluto. No wonder there is so much unrest and demand for laws to be updated to protect citizens of color. The chart for America (July 4, 1776) shows that this is to be a time for transformation or things will no doubt get much worse, sorry to say. Wear your masks when in a group, because the Sun was in a nasty aspect with Saturn during the Solar Eclipse on Sunday morning; this carries cosmic energy for the next six months. When the Sun is in this particular aspect it means we all need to “face reality.” If you are inclined to share your political point of view today between 12:15 and 2:15 p.m. your opinion will ignite someone’s anger. Your intuition ought to be clear as a bell from 4 to 6 p.m. while the Moon is in a positive aspect with Uranus.

Sunday, July 5 — A Lunar Eclipse (Full Moon) will occur at precisely 12:44 a.m., with the Moon at 13 degrees of Capricorn directly opposite the Sun at 13 degrees of Cancer. Both are in a positive aspect with Uranus at 10 degrees of Taurus. Try not to analyze your feelings. Pay close attention to your inner knowingness (intuition). Anyone who was born with their Sun at 13 degrees of Cancer (born: July 4 – 7) or born with their Sun at 13 degrees of Capricorn (January 4 – 7) of any year, will feel this eclipse most personally. Take time to nurture yourself and connect with your family, who may need you more than you realize. For the rest of us, this is an ideal time to further develop artistic talents. Between 11:45 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. the Moon will be nicely aspecting Neptune, which finds you willing to help someone in need. Between 4:15 and 7:15 p.m. the Moon in Capricorn will be conjunct Jupiter and Pluto, also in Capricorn. If it’s clear tonight, you should be able to see the Moon and Jupiter, rising at about 9 p.m. until tomorrow around 3:30 a.m. When the Moon is conjunct Jupiter and Pluto it brings about psychic awareness and wisdom, pouring into you from the spiritual realms. Faith is increased.

Monday, July 6 — Did you get to see the Moon and Jupiter in the heavens? Pluto was there, too, but I don’t think we can it. The Moon in Aquarius is conjunct Saturn (retrograde) from 3:30 until 5:30 a.m., bringing serious thoughts to ponder. Saturn always says, “Face reality and do something that makes sense.” Mercury (still retrograde) is in a challenging aspect with Mars, quickly stirring up arguments. It will take effort to avoid discord. This aspect is with us until Wednesday. From 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. the Moon will be aspecting Mars and Mercury; your mind is moving at a rapid pace. Try your best to be diplomatic. A potentially romantic phase is from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. while the Moon is in a positive aspect to Venus in Gemini, no longer retrograde. Words of affection spill out naturally and sweetly. Circumstances spin out of control when the Moon is awkwardly aspecting Uranus from 10:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. Hopefully you do not live with an abusive partner.

Tuesday, July 7 — The Moon will be in an awkward aspect to the Sun from 9:30 until 11:30 a.m. You’re feeling out of sorts because you’re absorbing others’ feelings and moods. You need some time alone. Mercury and Mars remain in a challenging aspect until tomorrow at 7 a.m. Your mind is going so fast it might make your nervous system feel jumpy. Remember that Mercury is retrograde until Monday, July 13, as it has been since June 18. My car is at the shop right now and was there last week as well. This time it’s the power steering fluid leaking. The mechanic told me he’s “swamped,” which is what I guessed he’d say. Hoping your computer is okay; mine is acting strange.