Friday 4 October 2013 (Venus)
Moon Phase – New Moon – Moon in Libra at 03:59 BST
Moon in Libra
Increased sociability, interest in new acquaintances, a desire for mutual understanding. Partnerships are in focus. Good for social gatherings, celebrations, business meetings and a romantic rendezvous. However, your ability to make decisions suffers because people are more prone to doubts and hesitation now.
Libra is associated with lower back and the kidneys.
Lunar Day 23
Most traditions consider this day as fairly good and active. The European tradition portends fame and honours to matters which come to a head on this day, but it doesn’t recommend starting anything new. The Vedic tradition promises success in many affairs and also does recommend starting something new. For Globa, it is a day of penitence when vampires rage…
Lunar Day 29
All traditions agree that this is an inauspicious day, Travel is not recommended, nor should you start anything with the aim of receiving [gain or material benefits]. Do only those things which are absolutely necessary at the moment, and get rid of anything useless.
Moon Void-of-Course: Ends at 03:59 BST
*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: 07:06 BST; Sunset: 18:33 BST
U.S. and Canada:
Sunrise: 07:19 DST; Sunset: 19:07 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 Venus for the first hour, 2. Mercury, 3. Moon, 4. Saturn, 5. Jupiter, 6. Mars, 7. Sun, 8. Venus, 9. Mercury, 10. Moon, 11. Saturn, 12. Jupiter
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.