Weekly Horoscope for June 12-18
Sunday: the Moon is in Scorpio
The upcoming Full Moon may magnify the natural intensity of the sign Scorpio, so keep this in mind and resolve not to overreact.
Monday, Tuesday (Full Moon): the Moon is in Sagittarius
There may be a strong desire to get far, far away from your everyday world and if you can do this is some way without upsetting the apple cart, so to speak, go right ahead and put some distance (physical or mental) between you and whatever.
Wednesday, Thursday: the Moon is in Capricorn
This week seems to bounce between one end of the spectrum and the other. On the one hand, there is the unique and the freedom; on the other hand, there is solemn responsibility. Interesting, but not a lot of fun.
Friday, Saturday: the Moon is in Aquarius
Saturn is currently in Aquarius and as such will bring a major sense of caution to anything that is out of the ordinary, no matter how attractive the funky thing might be. So enjoy the possibilities but remember this might not be the time to act on them.
When reading this weekly horoscope, check your astrology chart to find which house (section of your chart) has the current Moon sign on the cusp (the beginning edge) & apply forecast information to that area of your life as well. For example, if the Moon is in Leo and one of the suggestions is to entertain – however Leo is located in the 12th house of your chart, which is an inward energy place…then have a small, quiet gathering. By contrast, if Leo is located in the 1st house of your chart, an outward energy place…have a party! It is also interesting to note when the current Moon is in the same sign as your birth Moon and to see how the flavor of that day carries through the following 30 days.
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Current Planet Positions:
Sun – Gemini until June 21
Mercury – Gemini until July 5
Venus – Taurus until June 23
Mars – Aries until July 5
Jupiter – Pisces until Dec. 21
Saturn – Aquarius until Mar. 8, 2023
Uranus – Taurus until Apr. 26, 2026
Neptune – Pisces until Mar. 30, 2025
Pluto – Capricorn until Nov. 20, 2024
Current Asteroid Positions:
Ceres – Cancer until July 24
Pallas – Taurus until July 6
Juno – Pisces until Feb. 9, 2023
Vesta – Aquarius until Nov. 21
Chiron – Aries until May, 2027
Current Asteroid Transits:
Ceres – The focus is on food and family. Comfort food and comfortable family.
Pallas – Instead of trying out a whole bunch of things that are new to your skill set, examine what you already know and what you already can do; there’s likely something waiting for you.
Juno – If you are thinking about entering into a relationship of any kind, be sure to check things out thoroughly first (Pisces can present rose-colored glasses).
Vesta – Be ready for twists & turns and new ways to approach your inner desire(s).
Chiron – Release pent-up anger; chart a new course for yourself.
Note: Weekly horoscope timeframes for Moon signs, void-of-course periods, and current planet & asteroid positions are noted for Eastern time zone (USA). Please adjust according to your own location. Times are not given if the void-of-course Moon occurs for a very short period or if it occurs during the night (based on same Eastern time zone).
∗Mercury Retrograde – the speed of the planet slows down considerably. Communications, paperwork, electronics, traffic and mail can become very mixed-up, delayed, or go on the ‘fritz’ during this time. A situation will be in the process of changing, so wait until Mercury is direct (resumes its regular speed) to finalize anything. In general, maintain a slower, more cautious pace in daily affairs. Always allow at least two days before (to slow down) and after (to resume regular activities) a Mercury retrograde period. (Read More about Mercury Retrograde including Direct & In Station)
*Venus Retrograde – just like Mercury, the speed of the planet slows down considerably. Relationships, especially love relationships, will likely be more in the background than upfront. Take it easy with expressed feelings of that nature and agree to address any concerns after Venus goes Direct. (See info about Mercury Direct & In-Station and apply that to Venus when appropriate.)
**Solar Eclipse/A = Annular, which is an eclipse that is almost a Total Eclipse but will show a narrow ring of light surrounding the New Moon.
**Partial Lunar Eclipse – the Full Moon is not completely covered.
**Total Solar Eclipse – when it appears that the Sun is completely covered.