Four Winds Report for Nov. 7, 2016

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Today is Monday, Nov. 7, 2016
Hebrew date is 6 Cheshvan 5777
Islamic date is 7 Safar 1438

Mayan Tzolk’in Day is 4 kab’an
Mayan Long Count is
Julian Day is 2457700

Today’s Birthdays: Marie Curie (1867-1934), Leon Trotsky (1879-1940), Albert Camus (1913-1960), Dee Clark (1938-1990), Joni Mitchell (1943), David Guetta (1967), Morgan Spurlock (1970), Lorde (1996).

“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”
— Albert Camus

Special Comment: It’s Already Been an Interesting Week

First a few housekeeping items. In the tradition of the Planet Waves psychic storm shelter, we’re a place you can come for some community if things get weird or stressful this week. Conversation happens in two primary places: on the Planet Waves main page, and on my personal Facebook page (which is open to everyone).

Photo by Eric Francis.

Photo by Eric Francis.

Second, an extra-long Planet Waves FM will be published Monday night at about 7 pm EDT.

This will keep publication away from the Tuesday night crush of election coverage.

I’m planning the program as extra long to give you something to listen to in case you’re on the verge of getting toxic shock syndrome from network and cable coverage.

I have some fun segments and excellent music planned for you. I know it’s a big internet. I know there are lots of websites and all that, but none so warm as Planet Waves, with the lights on and rice on the stove.

Read more…

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Moon Phase: Moon is in Waxing Crescent phase and enters First Quarter phase today at 11:51 am PST / 2:51 pm EST (19:51:03 UTC).
Next Full Moon is in Taurus on Nov. 14 at 5:52 am PST / 8:52 am EST (13:51:59 UTC).
Next New Moon is in Sagittarius on Nov. 29 at 4:18 am PST / 7:18 am EST (12:18:09 UTC).
Moon Sign: Moon is in Aquarius and enters Pisces on Nov. 8 at 1:45 pm PST / 4:45 pm EST (21:45:05 UTC).
Sun Degree: 16-17 Scorpio.

Planetary Stations and Sign Changes
As when an irresistible force hits an immovable object, nothing happens.

Interesting Selected Aspects | Data by Serennu
— Mars square Typhon at 10:34 pm 11/6 PST / 1:34 am EST (06:34:26 UTC).
— Mars conjunct Okyrhoe at 11:00 pm 11/6 PST / 2:00 am EST (07:00:22 UTC).
— Sun sextile Pluto at 12:24 am PST / 3:24 am EST (08:24:50 UTC).
— Venus trine Ceres at 5:56 am PST / 8:56 am EST (13:56:30 UTC).
— Mercury square Eros at 2:07 pm PST / 5:07 pm EST (22:06:57 UTC).

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If Your Birthday is Nov. 7
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In general, change is only frightening in its newness. More often than not, it in fact comes as a relief, granting the freedom to make progress and leave behind what is no longer needed. Spread your wings and let the wind lift you to new heights and new adventures.

Written in the Planets
Separate contacts by Venus and Mercury have a similar message, in reminding us that life experiences start from the body. In these tense times, are you looking after your physical and emotional health? If you need to adjust your food intake, activity or stress levels, don’t listen to any voice (within or without) that says you don’t have time. You’re entitled to take care of yourself by dint of being a human person; remember that.


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13 thoughts on “Four Winds Report for Nov. 7, 2016

  1. LizzyLizzy

    Storms and tornadoes hit Rome last night. Never a dull moment here these days, “Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks! rage! blow! You cataracts and hurricanoes, … .” Thinking of you all in the US. Big hugs. xxxx

  2. Geoff Marsh

    Oh to be in England now that Glenda Jackson’s back on stage. ‘Tis a consummation. Devoutly to be wished.

    I hope you will not be kept awake too long by the trumpeting of the Elephants of America, Lizzy.

  3. LizzyLizzy

    Ha ha ha! Thanks for the laugh, Geoff! Didn’t know what you were on about, and just checked out “knickers -off Jackson,’ as my dad used to disparagingly call her. King Lear no less! Should be interesting. Elephants trumpeting, tigers and bears, oh my – bring ém on! Not getting much sleep round these parts these days, anyway…. xxxx

    1. Amanda PainterAmanda Painter

      Geoff — I head about Ms. Jackson’s return to the stage as Lear this weekend, from another actor friend.
      I wish I could be there to see her performance. I can just imagine she does a *tremendous* job with the lead role that brilliant and difficult play.

        1. Amanda PainterAmanda Painter

          What?!? Amy, are actually serious? OMFG! That is hilarious!

          Yes, Ms. Jackson is quite famous and well-respected as an actress.

          Then again, as an American kid, maybe I had an advantage in knowing of her acting, since she once did this *brilliant* pirate number on the Muppet Show. For real — see if you can Google it.

          1. Geoff Marsh

            Wonderful clip, Lizzy. I tried this once with a herd of cows and was chased out of the field. I’ve never run so fast in my life!

      1. Geoff Marsh

        Me too, Amanda. Tickets are as rare as chickens’ teeth by now, I expect. One of those occasions when it would pay handsomely to beam a live performance into cinemas around the world, I should think.

  4. LizzyLizzy

    Yes – wish I could see it, too, Amanda. I saw that it’s a Deborah Warner, Old Vic production, so must be amazing. Thanks so much for the info and the link, Geoff. And I’d totally forgotten that she was now a politician, Amy. Been out of Blighty too long. One of my favourite films ever as an adolescent was Ken Russell’s Women in Love, with Glenda Jackson, and a lusty, tormented Oliver Reed .

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