Today is Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016
Hebrew date is 8 Kislev 5777
Islamic date is 9 Rabi’-I 1438
Mayan Tzolk’in Day is 9 Lamat
Mayan Long Count is 220.127.116.11.8
Julian Day is 2457731
Today’s Birthdays: Horace (65-8 BC), Camille Claudel (1864-1943), Diego Rivera (1886-1957), James Thurber (1894-1961), Sammy Davis, Jr. (1925-1990), Jim Morrison (1943-1971), Bill Bryson (1951), Teri Hatcher (1964), Nicki Minaj (1982).
“The man who is tenacious of purpose in a rightful cause is not shaken from his firm resolve by the frenzy of his fellow citizens clamoring for what is wrong, or by the tyrant’s threatening countenance.”
Moon Phase: Moon is in First Quarter phase and enters Waxing Gibbous phase on Dec. 10 at 11:29 am PST / 2:29 pm EST (19:28:48 UTC).
Next Full Moon is on Dec. 13-14 at 4:05 pm PST / 7:05 pm EST (00:05:29 UTC).
Next New Moon is on Dec. 28-29 at 10:53 pm PST / 1:53 am EST (06:53:07 UTC).
Moon Sign: Moon is in Pisces and enters Aries today at 2:15 am PST / 5:15 am EST (10:15:27 UTC).
Sun Degree: 17-18 Sagittarius.
Planetary Stations and Sign Changes
Moon enters Aries at 2:15 am PST / 5:15 am EST (10:15:27 UTC).
Interesting Selected Aspects | Data by Serennu
— Venus square Pelion at 9:44 pm Dec. 7 PST / 12:44 am EST (05:44:16 UTC).
— Juno square Teharonhiawako at 12:01 am PST / 3:01 am EST (08:01:21 UTC).
— Venus conjunct Okyrhoe at 12:36 am PST / 3:36 am EST (08:36:02 UTC), and Crantor at 3:42 am PST / 6:42 am EST (11:41:42 UTC).
— Mercury conjunct Chariklo at 2:59 am PST / 5:59 am EST (10:59:04 UTC).
— Sun square Psyche at 1:40 pm PST / 4:40 pm EST (21:40:07 UTC).
If Your Birthday is Dec. 8
(The Day of Abandon) | Sagittarius Birthday Reading | All Other Signs
Most people are wary of change, sometimes even when it looks positively glittering compared to the status quo. Yet everything in the universe is in flux, and so are you. Don’t be afraid to embrace the mutable in you; it’s essential both to your growth and to the creation of a brighter world.
Written in the Planets
The inner planets aspecting centaurs today suggest that we’re starting to feel the new paradigm we are about to enter. By that, I mean personally, in our daily activities. I know you may be concerned, to say the least. Remember, though, that we’re in this together. In our individual lives, often we have to make the best of things; though we always can (and should) help one another. Collectively, we have the power to make things better. The two approaches are by no means mutually exclusive.