Thursday 3 October 2013 – Jupiter
Moon Phase – waning – 1% visible – Moon in Virgo
Lunar Day 28
A happy day. Good for beginning an important pursuit, for getting to know influential people, and for meeting friends. It favours holidays, amusements and pleasures, and it improves health.
This day is successful for beginning new important activities, for various businesses and undertakings. A child born on this day will be very lazy but will have everything he needs provided for him for the whole life. Illnesses will prove to be not dangerous. Dreams should not be taken seriously.
Symbol – the lotus. A beneficial day. Comprehension of higher truths, acquiring the spiritual consciousness, the alchemy of the soul. One can work with the astral body, with clairvoyance, chakras, dreams, gaining through this the knowledge of one’s previous incarnations. One should be in an elevated mood, should control one’s emotions, peer into oneself. One can be busy with the “earthy” matters – buy a house, make a repair, plant useful plants. One should not cut trees, cut and present flowers.
Moon Void-of-Course: Begins at 19:57 BST
Ends at 03:59 BST on Friday 4 October 2013
*US and Canada (with exception to New Brunswick, which will subtract 4 hours from the times given above) please subtract 5 hours
from above times on east coast and successive time zones will subtract an extra hour(+5) according to time zone you’re in
Sunrise: 07:05 BST; Sunset: 18:33 BST
U.S. and Canada:
Sunrise: 07:18 DST; Sunset: 19:08 DST (add one hour for New Brunswick, Canada) – these are East coast times. Please look in your daily newspaper or online for the times where you are located in the US and Canada. It would be quite impossible to fit them all here, sorry
The planetary hours will begin with Jupiter for the first hour, 2. Mars, 3. Sun, 4. Venus, 5. Mercury, 6. Moon, 7. Saturn, 8. Jupiter, 9. Mars, 10. Sun, 11. Venus, 12. Mercury
In order to figure the planetary hours exactly, figure out the total hours between Sunrise and Sunset (in your time zone), then convert into minutes. Divide by 12 and this will be the exact planetary hour time for each. Remember to accurately figure the sunrise and sunset for your time zone first.