The Sun is on its descent as we enter the twilight of the year. One more Moon ’til, once again, Scorpio’s dark night chill shall reappear. Does love mean more amidst the/such twilight? Years, fears and those we hold dear take on added meaning as we watch the setting Sun and experience the moment’s equilibrium. “In a circle of magique. In a circle ’round the Sun. In a circle of love, while the Sun and Moon are one. With the planet of love ascending, forever rising to its zenith, in a circle never ending, Let Venus come between us.” From the 2012 release of “The Zodiac,” for Libra: “Let Venus Come Between Us.”


g LIBRA (9.23-10.22)  Wow! Full Moon in Aries around sunset on Tuesday, October 11th. Read on!

h SCORPIO (10.23-11.22)  Ka boom! Here comes Venus into your sign (starting this Sunday) ’til Halloween, cat-and-mousin’ ’til finally hissing and kissing with Mercury and truckin’ with any luck in the end of October, Rover. How’s that for rappin’, Captain? Love (lust?) is in the air (Libra), and you’re breathing in your share, if you dare. It’s a jungle out there! How does the MOJO know? Back to work you go, with your new health regime starting with the Aries Full Moon dream.

i SAGITTARIUS (11.23-12.21)  Meditate facing east after sunset at 9:45 p.m., each day as Jupiter rises, and pray that Yule feel like Tiny Tim on/by Christmas Day (as Jupiter moves direct). Yeah, I know, patience isn’t your greatest virtue… Tell Santa.

j CAPRICORN (12.22-1.20)  Oh! Jesus! Don’t panic(!), but the Full Moon’s (gonna be) a mother(!) for you! The Sun conjuncts your ruler Saturn in the middle of its sign of exaltation, Libra, in opposition to the warlike, fiery Full Moon in Aries. Hold on tight or hang low and study yoga as though your future/life depended upon it. Guess what?

k AQUARIUS (1.21-2.19)  If your favorite colors are either grey, black, forest green, snow white and/or earthy black/brown (or all of ’em), please read Capricorn. If you prefer an electric light-blue hue, then this is for you: Light blue and cardinal red create lavender, the color of selfless healing. Start now on where and what you see your scene to being on New Year’s, 2019, and ask Michael P. how did the MOJO know? See ’ya there… MOJOPO.

l PISCES (2.20-3.20)  Hey! Did you guys all get/send the same emails, or what? You’re all flipping out! I’ve never seen sooooo much seeming(?) unity amongst any of you throughout my whole life. The rest of us must seem really boring to you. Oh yeah, the money comes with the Full Moon. Well, wasn’t that in the email?

a ARIES (3.21-4.20)  Happy half-birthday next Tuesday, the 11th. The Full Moon in your sign is opposite Saturn (the planet of maturity, accomplishment and responsibility) in Libra. Yeah, I thought that might prove to be over your head? Check out Capricorn and see how they’re handling it…

b TAURUS (4.21-5.20)  Please read Sagittarius. The Full Moon’s gonna kick your ample bootie, cutie.

c GEMINI (5.21-6.21)  Please read Scorpio, just for the literary enjoyment. You’re going to have to deal with a good many Scorpios ’til Halloweenie, Jelly Beanie. They’re everywhere! (Even the paranoid are right once in awhile… [Don’t tell no one!])

d CANCER (6.22-7.22)  Please read Aries. You’re somewhere in between the two. You’re the referee at home, this week, ’til once again we speak…

e LEO (7.23-8.22)  The Full Moon’s gonna affect you “sideways.” Your brothers and sisters present responsibility situations which compel a usually loyal compatriot to show his or her true colors. You can/will play either part. It affects a vacation or some type of education.

f VIRGO (8.23-9.22)  Please read Gemini. There’s a fight for your father’s money. Just a guess …

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