Thursday, Nov. 10: The facts are getting in the way of ideas and stopping the dream in mid-stride. Still, the need to get away cannot be ignored and even if it is a book and a break, it is worthy. Happy birthday to Canada’s fourth prime minister, John Thompson, who only served for two years. He died at age 49 in 1894 following a heart attack .
Friday, Nov. 11: With 11 aspects in the solar system, it’s a very busy end of the week, including the moon, the sun, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto. It’s a day when many opportunities make for many options. It was the war to end all wars – and in the 11th hour of the 11th month of the 11th day of 1918, the Armistice was signed, bringing an end to the First World War.
Saturday, Nov. 12: With Mercury in Scorpio in harmony with Neptune in Pisces, it’s a laid-back time when imagination rules and a “day off” is greeted with a thank you. Happy birthday to Elizabeth Cady Stanton, American abolitionist and leader of the early women’s rights movement. She was born on Nov. 12, 1815.
Sunday, Nov. 13: Venus is friendly with Pluto while Mercury disagrees with Mars. Relationships need a re-evaluation in order to keep pace with the latest facts. He wrote “Kidnapped,” “Treasure Island” and “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” – and a lot more. He was Robert Louis Stephenson, born Nov. 13, 1850, in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Monday, Nov. 14: Ideas and imaginations about psychology, especially sexuality, are on stage this evening. It’s a good day to record your ideas. It was Nov. 14, 1896, that Nikola Tesla’s boyhood dream of creating AC electricity at Niagara Falls became operational, supplying 50 cycles of AC current to Bethlehem Steel in Buffalo.
Tuesday, Nov. 15: Solve a problem. Don’t create one. This may require a step outside your normal comfort zone. It may also ask you to open your heart to someone new. On Nov. 15, 1948, Canada’s longest-serving prime minister, William Lyon Mackenzie King, retired in his twenty-second year in office.
Wednesday, Nov. 16: With the sun in Scorpio and the moon in Leo, today is the third-quarter moon at 8:26 this morning. This happens on the same day as Mercury leaves Scorpio and enters Sagittarius. While ideas about motives have preoccupied us the past few weeks, today begins a time for re-evaluating things from the biggest perspective imaginable. Canadian Metis martyr Louis Riel was hanged for treason on Nov. 16, 1885.
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