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Today is Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017
Hebrew date is 15 Cheshvan 5778
Islamic date is 15 Safar 1439
Mayan Tzolk’in Day is 2 Kawak
Mayan Long Count is 126.96.36.199.19
Julian Day is 2458062
Today’s Birthdays: Will Rogers (1879-1935), Alton Adams (1889-1987), Stanley Cortez (1908-1997), Evelyn Bryan Johnson (1909-2012), Dixie Lee (1911-1952), Walter Cronkite (1916-2009), Martin Balsam (1919-1996), Mary Sherman Morgan (1921-2004), Doris Roberts (1925-2016), Shakuntala Devi (1929-2013), Charles Frazier (1950), James Honeyman-Scott (1956-1982), Kathy Griffin (1960), Sean Combs (1969), Matthew McConaughey (1969), Gregory Porter (1971).
“For how many thousands of years now have we humans been what we insist on calling ‘civilized’? And yet, in total contradiction, we also persist in the savage belief that we must occasionally, at least, settle our arguments by killing one another.”
— Walter Cronkite
This week’s Taurus Full Moon, exact today, has a busy chart. Amanda Painter drew a tarot card for some help in determining an overarching theme: the strength and resolve — really, the faith in oneself — needed to allow some kind of breakthrough, break out or even a clean break to allow yourself to go beyond whatever has been containing you, beyond what you’re used to.
Moon Phase: Moon is in Full phase and enters Disseminating (waning gibbous) phase on Nov. 7 at 3:07 am PST / 6:07 am EST (11:06:44 UTC).
Next New Moon is in Scorpio on Nov. 18 at 3:42 am PST / 6:42 am EST (11:42:03 UTC).
Next Full Moon is in Gemini on Dec. 3 at 7:47 am PST / 10:47 am EST (15:46:54 UTC).
Moon Sign: Moon is in Taurus and enters Gemini on Nov. 5 at 2:26 am PST / 5:56 am EST (10:25:57 UTC).
Sun Degree: 12-13 Scorpio.
Planetary Stations and Sign Changes
No changes today.
Interesting Selected Aspects | Data by Serennu
— Venus opposite Uranus at 10:02 pm Nov. 3 PDT / 1:02 am EDT (05:02:19 UTC).
— Jupiter opposite 1992 QB1 at 12:34 pm PDT / 3:34 pm EDT (19:33:53 UTC).
— Sun square Ceres at 3:31 pm PDT / 6:31 pm EDT (22:31:10 UTC).
— Mars square Amycus at 6:29 pm PDT / 9:29 pm EDT (01:29:28 Nov. 5 UTC).
— Venus sextile Pholus at 8:53 pm PDT / 11:53 pm EDT (03:52:41 Nov. 5 UTC).
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If Your Birthday is Nov. 4
(The Day of the Provocateur) | Scorpio Birthday Reading | All Other Signs
The Full Moon on your birth anniversary will help you see in the dark. What you might have missed, what might have been lost in the shadows, will be visible. This includes how you really feel about a relationship that has been difficult to make sense of. Real feelings are involved. You have an invitation to go deeper, though that’s one of several options.
Written in the Planets
It’s possible that by the time you read this, the Taurus Full Moon’s intense — and seemingly entrenched — energy is already easing off. That might come as a huge relief. Even so, make a note about what you’ve learned in recent days, particularly about things like: your needs when they butt up against the values of others; what you reveal and what you don’t; what you hold on to, especially emotionally; sexual power dynamics; and the subtle ways in which your body and emotions inform each other. With any interpersonal stalemate finally finding some wiggle room, there are specific places you can look for the solution or compromise you’ve been needing. Start with what’s new, unusual or a break from routine — especially in relationships. You need to feel genuinely nourished in that regard. Know that when you do, you’ll naturally nourish others without any sense of depletion. So go ahead and take the lead on that — compassionately, and perhaps even playfully.