Saturday, July 13, is probably the most positive day of the entire week. You can expect to encounter no major challenging aspects today. The Moon is in the Sagittarius star sign, which makes conjunction with Jupiter.
Represented by the Archer, Sagittarians are always on a quest for knowledge.
The last fire sign of the zodiac, Sagittarius launches its many pursuits like blazing arrows, chasing adventure, be it intellectual or spiritual.
Fuelled by wanderlust, those born in this star sign can frequently be found exploring the world on thrill-seeking expeditions.
Marina Stoichkova, an astrologer from MarStars Astrology, believes this is a beautiful combination capable of making us feel more positive and open minded.
She said: “A Sagittarius Moon will also help us engage with our future which we will have a positive attitude about.
“This is fantastic mind-set for everything from meeting people, doing something for yourself, or whatever inspires you.
“So whatever makes you feel positive or optimistic, do it on Saturday.”
It is little wonder gas giant Jupiter, is thought by astrology advocates to be a planet of abundance, spirituality, and growth, governs Sagittarius.
The Moon is also trigonal – or grand trine – to Mars and Mercury in Leo today.
This is a transit that will exalt the desire for adventure spurring you to experiment new and unusual situations.
Classical philosophy tells us that number three, the Triad, is a sacred number symbolising harmony, balance, completion and fulfilment.
Three is the number of the triangle, and in mystical geometry and numerology both shape and number are used to represent the natural cycle of life.
In astrology, a grand trine is a pattern that forms when three planets on a chart are the same distance from each other, creating an equilateral triangle.
This shape is believed to foster confidence, creativity, flow, and harmony.
Therefore expect physical energy to be at its maximum today.
So instead of instead of lounging on the couch today, the stars suggest giving yourself as mush fun today.