Four Winds Report for Oct. 26, 2017


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Today is Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017
Hebrew date is 6 Cheshvan 5778
Islamic date is 6 Safar 1439

Mayan Tzolk’in Day is 6 Ok
Mayan Long Count is
Julian Day is 2458053

Today’s Birthdays: Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757), H.B. Warner (1875-1958), Karin Boye (1900-1941), Mahalia Jackson (1911-1972), Jackie Coogan (1914-1984), Bob Hoskins (1942-2014), Jaclyn Smith (1945), Bootsy Collins (1951), Andrew Motion (1952), Keith Strickland (1953), James Pickens Jr. (1954), Rita Wilson (1956), Dylan McDermott (1961), Cary Elwes (1962), Natalie Merchant (1963), Keith Urban (1967), Seth MacFarlane (1973), Lisa Eldridge (1974).

“My poems are the product of a relationship between a side of my mind which is conscious, alert, educated and manipulative, and a side which is as murky as a primeval swamp.”
— Andrew Motion

Recently on Democracy Now!

Donald Trump has denied that he told the widow of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger that her husband “knew what he signed up for.” Khizr Khan, whose son was killed in Iraq in 2004, shares his views. Khan famously spoke out against Trump at last year’s Democratic National Convention and continues to do so.

View this and other Democracy Now! posts here. We feature this informative show as part of our affiliation with the Pacifica Network.

Moon Phase: Moon is in Waxing Crescent phase and enters First Quarter phase on Oct. 27 at 3:22 pm PDT / 6:22 pm EDT (22:22:00 UTC).
Next Full Moon is in Taurus on Nov. 2-3 at 2:46 am PDT / 5:46 am EDT (09:46:02 UTC).
Corresponding New Moon in Scorpio is on Nov. 18 at 3:42 am PST / 6:42 am EST (11:42:03 UTC).
Moon Sign: Moon is in Capricorn and enters Aquarius on Oct. 27 at 5:58 am PDT / 8:58 am EDT (12:58:38 UTC).
Sun Degree: 3-4 Scorpio.

Planetary Stations and Sign Changes
No changes today.

Interesting Selected Aspects | Data by Serennu
— Vesta sesquiquadrate Nessus at 7:45 am PDT / 10:45 am EDT (14:45:27 UTC).
— Sun conjunct Jupiter at 11:09 am PDT / 2:09 pm EDT (18:09:21 UTC).
— Mercury opposite Echeclus at 11:44 am PDT / 2:44 pm EDT (18:44:09 UTC).

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If Your Birthday is Oct. 26
(The Day of Organizational Cohesion) | Scorpio Birthday Reading | All Other Signs
Today’s Sun-Jupiter meeting in your birth sign, on your birthday, describes the truly astonishing potential you possess. Yet it will be up to you to make that potential into something real. Put all your passion, energy and love into everything that you do — in particular, emphasizing one talent that you want to develop. Practice every single day.

Written in the Planets
Today the Sun meets Jupiter in the early degrees of Scorpio. This yearly conjunction has a lot of positive associations; in this sign, and trine Nessus, the benefits are likely to be of a deeper and more lasting nature than might otherwise be the case. Jupiter’s residence in Scorpio is going to open some doors; today, you’ll probably get an illuminating glimpse of what’s behind them. Which will you step through first?


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