On Monday, Venus is opposite Pluto. Oppositions can cause strain between two opposing value systems. Not trusting another or not giving those we love enough space sometimes happens. Space is sometimes needed during this aspect and those with individual control issues can learn the most from this aspect. The positive manifestation of this opposition pushes you to transform something – furniture, a garden, antiques, a costume, something requiring a little creative imagination changing an old form into something even more beautiful and appealing than before – this is the best way to deal with this aspect.
The Full Moon at 19° Aquarius is on Thursday August 11, and this starts the second 90-days after the mid-May eclipse and shines a light on an issue that plagued you since either mid-May of this year or even further back to mid-February of this year. Extra energy surrounds this culmination as transiting Uranus is also at a 90° angle from this Moon.
There is something that may have come up, a new idea, a new collaboration back in February or May but for which you just weren’t ready to address until just now. This is a time to reach out and engage an extra team member and complete some of the goals you’ve set for this year. Speaking of team members, I am asking anyone reading this that if you know of anyone who writes grants professionally, that is willing to try new things, the www.alexandriaibase.org project needs grant specialists who will work for a percentage of the grant they receive for our non-profit foundation.
We are in our 7th year and heading into more expansive territory. Many new things are on the horizon, and we need to increase our funding to keep our uniquely designed subject-driven database for astrological materials growing. This database has up to 1000 direct links (found by subject or author) in our catalogue that connect you directly to Internet Archives where you can borrow those books online. We also added another 19,000+ books and where they are located, and you can find them by subject at the website. No one else is doing this, and we need grant writers to keep us moving forward. firstname.lastname@example.org is our contact information.