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Horoscope: Meaningful discussions and connections may lie ahead
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Thursday, Oct. 27: As the moon moves from secretive Scorpio into far-reaching Sagittarius this morning, it kicks off a day where optimistic thinking opens doors to an often dreamed about future. Other connections give energy in practical ways. One of comedy’s funniest performers, who starred in “Monty Python” and “Fawlty Towers,” John Cleese, turns 83 today.

Friday, Oct. 28: Jupiter retrograde re-enters Pisces. Jupiter was in Pisces May to July 2021, and then again from January until May 2022. Jupiter only spends three to four months at a time in Pisces, so he hasn’t really had the chance to bring his projects to completion. Third time lucky? Jupiter will be in Pisces until Dec. 21. This is our last chance to finish what we have started in the Pisces-ruled sector of our life. Happy birthday #55 to Julia Roberts, whose next film co-stars George Clooney. She is also co-producer.

Saturday, Oct. 29: Today, Mercury enters Scorpio where it seeks meaningful discussions and meaningful connections. This is not a time for chit-chat or superficial communication. Mercury in Scorpio is a great transit to have honest conversations (with ourselves and others), do therapy and get to the bottom of our thinking patterns. It was the 29th of October, 1929, that the New York Stock Exchange famously crashed. It was a Tuesday, the first day of the Great Depression.

Sunday, Oct. 30: Today, Mars goes retrograde in Gemini. The Mars retrograde (Oct. 30  to Jan. 12) is one of the most important transits. You know that saying, “fasten your seatbelt,” which means prepare for an intense, bumpy ride? When Mars goes retrograde in Gemini, we really want to fasten that seatbelt. It was 84 years ago today that Orson Welles’ “The War of the Worlds” radio play aired in America and convinced millions that space aliens had taken over the world.

Monday, Oct. 31: This is a good day to think before you speak. Otherwise, you may be misunderstood. Regarded by many as one of the greatest Old Masters, Jan Vermeer was born Oct. 31, 1632, in the Dutch city of Delft.

Tuesday, Nov. 1: Today, the moon and Saturn are together in Aquarius. This usually carries a warning to not begin anything new. To which I add “unless it’s pursued sure-footedly and with great care.” It was Nov. 1, 1997, that James Cameron’s “Titanic” premiered in Tokyo. It went on to win the Best Picture Oscar in 1998.

Wednesday, Nov. 2: Two very different aspects to Venus make for a time when intimate matters change. On Nov. 2, 1950, George Bernard Shaw fell while pruning a tree and died.

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