Happy New Moon in Scorpio, Friday at 8 minutes until Midnight at 15 degrees. Neptune, at 26 degrees Aquarius, moves direct Sunday morning as we Fall back to standard time. Tell me, why we do that? I still don’t get it. That’s one thing the MOJO don’t know. I do know Peace and Love Shall Conquer All and, believe it or not, there are know mistakes. (Hey, I did that one on purpose, as a joke!) Gotcha! — MOJOPOPlanetPower.com SCORPIO (10.23-11.22) The Good News arrives Thursday at 4:40 p.m. as Mercury in Scorpio trines Jupiter and the planet Uranus, both retrograde, bringing unexpected luck that manifests mid-March 2011. The Moon enters Scorpio early Friday, conjuncts Venus, then your ruler Pluto in Capricorn, and finally conjuncts the Sun at 8 minutes to Midnight for the Scorpio New Moon. Hide out, work through your problems privately and don’t be late for dinner. Sunday the Moon moves into Sagittarius. Time to travel, at least in your mind! Payoff is Tuesday afternoon with the Moon conjunct Pluto in Capricorn. SAGITTARIUS (11.23-12.21) Two more weeks to hang loose. Work on your inner self. The Moon’s in your sign from Sunday until Tuesday at Sunset. Usually that’s your lunar high, but this time the Sun’s in your theoretical 12th House. I know it’ll be hard, but you should keep it in your pants this time. It’ll be easier to see why — from the sidelines. CAPRICORN (12.22-1.20) You’re a week away. Next Tuesday afternoon comes the BIG MONEY, or at least the big money idea. You get unexpected help, dressed in blue, next Thursday morning. Keep an eye (your third) out. Look up Tantra. What people do Spiritually they do best. AQUARIUS (1.21-2.19) You’ve one more month of passive resistance. It’s too BIG to discern now. You’re floating in an Ocean of Devotion (your esoteric ruler, the planet Uranus is in Pisces retrograde) lost in the immensity of a Sea of Emotion (conjunct Jupiter also retrograde) forcing you to seek the Spiritual channels of selfless service (Pisces). Do something nice for someone with no thought of your own recompense. Give it away and in the immensity of the All it may find its way back; but to whom? We’ll see in a month? PISCES (2.20-3.20) Wake up Sunday and find that you (and Standard time) are back where you belong. Neptune moves direct at 26 degrees Aquarius early Nov. 7, and into your sign April 2011. Aquarius rules the dreams you can make happen: dream house, dream job, dream relationships. Pisces invites you into the realm of fantasy: unicorns, fairies, elves, gnomes, sylphs, undines, wizards, ogres, trolls, mermaids and the like. Sounds like you’ve got this Fall and Winter to get the hobbit world of your physical existence together before you take off into the stratosphere of your subconscious. ARIES (3.21-4.20) You’ve got this next month for ruler Mars to blast through Sagittarius (sign of philosophy, travel, generosity, beneficence and prophecy). Things move at an accelerated rate until Dec. 7, and you’ll be asked to channel what you’ve gathered. As an Aries you’ll always move fast. Now, prepare for “light speed.” It’ll be fun! Whooooshhh! TAURUS (4.21-5.20) Venus is retrograde in your fellow Venusian ruled sign Libra until mid November, drawing you into questioning the nature of “love” itself before Venus moves back into opposition in December and you move on towards interpreting your own, personal (past and current) love relationships. You must first learn to love yourself before you can truly accept another’s love, be loved and ultimately be love itself. Keep studying. It’s worth it. You’ll need love to feel real (?). We’ll talk next week about what supersedes even love itself. GEMINI (5.21-6.21) Last bit of Mercury in Scorpio until it moves into nefarious Sagittarius Moonday at Sunset for the rest of November. It’s time to see yourself from the eyes of others: sisters, brothers, mothers, lovers. What kind of roommate are you? Really? Where do you want to go from here? Get ready and don’t care what other people think. True art can only emerge from a matrix of perfect freedom. CANCER (6.22-7.22) Read Scorpio. It’s in your 5th theoretical House of PLEASURE. It’s all over you. Ooh, what a mess! You love it. Life ain’t neat! Real life is real messy. I define “funk” as “dripping with life.” Get real, get funky and quit believing in your TV, junkie. You can cancel my TV Guide subscription until we return to real kindness, communication, respect and concern over the modern cynicism that’s puking out of our electric third eye idiot boxes. Now, has anybody seen my remote? LEO (7.23-8.22) Regeneration over the weekend allows either some unknown, nebulous opposition; the words of a mystic or a piece of art you “must have” because it makes you “feel good.” VIRGO (8.23-9.22) Read Gemini. Tell me true, doesn’t it tick you off when I ask you to read Gemini? How does the MOJO know? In the unprovable mythology of Ancient Astrology there were 10 signs. Virgo and Scorpio were the same sign. They separated (perhaps as life emerged) and Virgo became creativity in potential (the guts, the womb), Scorpio became creativity manifest (the genitals) and Libra (harmony, love, design, balance) was created between them. Would’ve been easier just to read Gemini? Now read Cancer. LIBRA (9.23-10.22) Money, money, money. Is that all we have to talk about? It used to be relationships, love, beauty, art, kindnesses and harmony? But you need money to allow the expression of your love, to create beauty with the tools and materials (you’ve purchased) for your art so that you can be afford to be kind and that’s the path to your harmony? Thi$ weekend i$/ the key for thee. Next month it will be all about the friend$ you can buy with your money. ,

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