Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondences for Thursday

A Thought for Today

From Galleries.com

Jupiter (Thor)

Sapphire

Emerald

From A Witch In Time

Good luck, wealth, healing, male fertility, legal matters. 

Planet – Jupiter

Sign – Sagittarius, Pisces

Angel – Sachiel

Color – Purple, Green, Royal Blue

Plant – Cinnamon, Beech, Buttercup, coltsfoot, oak

Stone – Sugilite, amethyst, turquoise, lapis lazuli, sapphire

Intention – Business, logic, gambling, social matters, political power, material wealth

Element – Fire, water

More Qualities – expansion, luck, success, higher education, the law, career, finances, wealth, publishing, college education, long distance travel, foreign interests, religion, philosophy, forecasting, broadcasting, publicity, expansion, luck, growth, sports, horses, the law, doctors, guardians, merchants, psychologists, charity, correspondences courses, self-improvement, researching, reading, studying

From A Pagan Mess

Planet: Jupiter
Element: Earth
Colors: Deep blue, purple green
Keywords: Expansion, Luck, Abundance, Protection, Stability, Joy, Pleasure, Employment, Leadership

Thursdays are perfect for spells for money and abundance. Anything that you are wanting to bring in more of will benefit from the expansive and abundant energy of Jupiter.

From Ask Angels

Archangel Zadkiel or Archangel Sachiel

There are references which list Zadkiel and Sachiel as the same being… However, my experience is that they each have an individualized Divine I Am Core, so I’ll describe them both for you here.

Archangel Zadkiel “Righteousness of God” 

Zadkiel carries the flame of righteousness and forgiveness and will assist you in releasing any forgiveness held towards yourself or others so that you can remember the full truth of who you are. Forgiveness will assist you in releasing heavy emotions like fear and anger into the light to be transmuted back into love.  Archangel Zadkiel is happy to help you strengthen your connection with the Divine. He can also help you to transmute negative back into pure light, and positive energy, with the Violet Flame.

Archangel Sachiel “The Covering of God”

Sachiel or Sachael is an angel of wealth, water, success and prosperity. Sachiel’s energy is big, bright, soothing and incredibly uplifting. His bright loving presence brings hope, inspires health, cuts through negative emotional energy, depression and despair by reconnecting you with the true authenticity of your soul light and purpose. Sachiel supports with expansion and growth in all ways, helping those who call upon him to sync with the flow abundance, prosperity and good fortune.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

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Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

2021 October 21

SH2-308: The Dolphin-Head Nebula

Image Credit & Copyright: Nik Szymanek

Explanation: Blown by fast winds from a hot, massive star, this cosmic bubble is huge. Cataloged as Sharpless 2-308 it lies some 5,000 light-years away toward the constellation of the Big Dog (Canis Major) and covers slightly more of the sky than a Full Moon. That corresponds to a diameter of 60 light-years at its estimated distance. The massive star that created the bubble, a Wolf-Rayet star, is the bright one near the center of the nebula. Wolf-Rayet stars have over 20 times the mass of the Sun and are thought to be in a brief, pre-supernova phase of massive star evolution. Fast winds from this Wolf-Rayet star create the bubble-shaped nebula as they sweep up slower moving material from an earlier phase of evolution. The windblown nebula has an age of about 70,000 years. Relatively faint emission captured by narrowband filters in the deep image is dominated by the glow of ionized oxygen atoms mapped to a blue hue. Presenting a mostly harmless outline, SH2-308 is also known as The Dolphin-head Nebula.

16 October Daily Correspondence Digest for the Northern Hemisphere’s Moon Phase and Planetary Positions

Moon Goddess’ Current Phase

Click here to find out the Moon phase for anyone’s birth date.

From Moongiant.com

Today the Moon will be in a Waxing Gibbous phase. This phase is when the moon is more than 50% illuminated but not yet a Full Moon. The phase lasts about 7 days with the moon becoming more illuminated each day until the Full Moon. During a Waxing Gibbous the moon rises in the east in mid-afternoon and is high in the eastern sky at sunset. The moon is then visible through most of the night sky setting a few hours before sunrise. The word Gibbous first appeared in the 14th century and has its roots in the Latin word “gibbosus” meaning humpbacked.

Visit the October 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waxing Gibbous Phase

The Waxing Gibbous on October 16 has an illumination of 83%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On October 16 the Moon is 10.82 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Phase Details

Phase: Waxing Gibbous
Illumination: 83%
Moon Age: 10.82 days
Moon Angle: 0.52
Moon Distance: 381,829.22 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,091,395.10 km

Useful Moon Resources

Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondences for Saturday

From Ancient Pathway

Magickal Intentions:
Spirit Communications, Meditation, Psychic Attack or Defense, Locating Lost Things and Missing Persons, Building, Life, Doctrine, Protection, Knowledge, Authority, Limitations, Boundries, Time and Death

Incense:
Black Poppy Seed
Myrrh

Planet:
Saturn

Sign:
Capricorn
Aquarius

Angel:
Cassiel

Colors:
Black
Grey
Indigo

Herbs/Plants:
Myrrh
Moss
Hemlock
Wolfsbane
Coltsfoot
Nightshade
Fir

Stones:
Jet
Smokey Quartz
Amethyst
Black Onyx
Snowflake Obsidian
Lava
Pumice

From Angel Fire

Saturn: binding, protection, neutralization, karma, death, manifestation, structure, reality, the laws of society, limits, obstacles, tests, hard work, endurance, real estates, dentists, bones, teeth, farm workers, separation, stalkers, murderers, criminals in general, civil servants, justice, maths, plumbing, wills, debts, financing, joint money matters, discovery, transformation, relations with older people

SATURDAY Ruled by the Roman God of the harvest and planting.

New starts and firmly planting your seeds of intention or good focuses on Saturday.

Other correspondences for Saturday are: Saturn Rituals: Disciplining ourselves.

Element: Earth

Colour: Black and sometimes purple

Number: 3

From Angelorum.com

Saturday’s Angel is Cassiel

Ruler of Saturn. This very serious angel is not much concerned with your private life other than to make sure you get your job done. If you have problems with discipline and perseverance, this is the angel you want on your side. If your life purpose involves law and order, he will also champion your cause.

From Galleries.com

SATURDAY: Saturn

Labradorite

Turquoise

Witchy Info

What do you think about this? I kinda believe it’s true.

9 October Moon Goddess’ Current Phase, Southeastern and Southwestern Hemispheres Custom Planetary Positions

Today the Moon will be in a Waxing Crescent Phase. A Waxing Crescent is the first Phase after the New Moon and is a great time to see the features of the moon’s surface. During this phase the Moon can be seen in the wester sky after the sun dips below the horizon at sunset. The moon is close to the sun in the sky and mostly dark except for the right edge of the moon which becomes brighter as the days get closer to the next phase which is a First Quarter with a 50% illumination.

Visit the October 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waxing Crescent Phase

The Waxing Crescent on October 9 has an illumination of 13%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On October 9 the Moon is 3.4 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

Phase Details

Phase: Waxing Crescent
Illumination: 13%
Moon Age: 3.40 days
Moon Angle: 0.55
Moon Distance: 363,679.30 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,389,987.53 km

Useful Moon Resources

 

8 October Moon Goddess’ Current Phase, Northeastern and Northwestern Hemispheres Custom Planetary Positions

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born. 

From Moongiant.com 

The Moon’s current phase for today and tonight is a Waxing Crescent Phase. A Waxing Crescent is the first Phase after the New Moon and is a great time to see the features of the moon’s surface. During this phase the Moon can be seen in the wester sky after the sun dips below the horizon at sunset. The moon is close to the sun in the sky and mostly dark except for the right edge of the moon which becomes brighter as the days get closer to the next phase which is a First Quarter with a 50% illumination.

Visit the October 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waxing Crescent Phase

The Waxing Crescent on October 8 has an illumination of 6%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On October 8 the Moon is 2.27 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Phase Details

Phase: Waxing Crescent
Illumination: 6%
Moon Age: 2.27 days
Moon Angle: 0.55
Moon Distance: 365,217.11 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,432,944.19 km

Useful Moon Resources

The Origins of Halloween by Silver RavenWolf

Harvest Moon, velvet sky, pumpkins glowing, children laughing, costumes, candy, scary stories—just where did this autumn gaiety begin? Let’s look through those cobwebby corridors of time to unearth the exciting genealogy of the American Celebration we call Halloween!

Nothing is ever as simple as it seems—especially when dealing with history. Too often events and circumstances of our past were written or re-written by people who, for whatever reason, operated under an agenda, or simply wanted history to reflect how it should have been, rather than how it was. How, then, do we determine what is fact and what is fiction? In some cases, we can’t. In other situations, we dig.

The Celts

Many historians feel that the greatest strength in the Celtic people lies in their collective mythos. Wading through the romanticism to find unmodified information can prove a tricky endeavor. The earliest archaeological evidence we have of the Celts rest in France and Western Germany.  The Celtic people moved into Spain, Britain, and Switzerland between the fifth and first century BCE. They even ransacked Rome in 390 BCE.

The Celtic peoples celebrated four festivals called fire festivals–commonly know today as Samhain, Oimelc (Imbolc), Beltane, and Lughnasadh. Samhain (pronounced sow-in, sow rhymes with now) was the first and foremost a harvest festival relating to animal husbandry and preparations for the winter months. Fire is an element of cleaning, a vehicle of eradication, so it is not unlikely that fire would work itself into any type of religious celebration. Fire among the ancient peoples often represented an aspect of the divine.

What does the word Samhain mean? Well, we know what it doesn’t mean. There is no archeological or literary evidence of a Celtic god by the name of Samhain. This little slip of fact appears to have begum in the 1700s and continues in some misinformed publications today. The word Samhain actually means “summers end”.

So, where did this Lord of the Dead thing come in? Over time, Samhain took on a religious significance through ministrations of the Druids (the clergy of the Celt’s). Legends indicate that on Samhain all the hearth fires in Ireland were doused and then lit again from a central fire maintained by the Druids at Tlachtga. To the Celts, Samhain was a turning point from light into darkness, and it was thought that this break or fissure created easier access to their land of the dead, Tir nan Og.

The Druids

We need to know a little bit about the Druids to continue with our history of Halloween. The Druids were versed in all learning and were considered to have the gift of prophecy. They functioned as judge, ambassadors, healers, and religious leaders. The Druids first named the holiday Samhain.

 Feast of the Dead

As the Celtic religious system solidified so did the beliefs of the Celts concerning the dead—as has occurred in all religions, before and after the Celts. Since the turning points of the year were considered fissures in time and space, the Celts believe that the dead they loved so dearly could travel through time and space and return from Tir nan Og to visit them. The custom of leaving food at the table (the birth part of the treat part of trick-or-treat) was a gesture of welcome to the departed. From these visits came the belief that those who had gone beyond the land of the living could provide information on past or future events. This is how divination became associated with Samhain.

The Celts did not believe in devils or demons, but they did believe in the Fairy Folk, whom they thought inhabited the land of the dead (the land in-between). Fairies were thought to be resentful of humankind for taking over their land. Because time and space could be conquered on Samhain, fairies were said to roam countryside creating mischief and kidnapping a human or two now and then—just for fun, you understand.—except the humans never came back. Here then is the root of the scary stuff associated with Halloween. The mischief, of course, was caused by living humans, and accepted by the Celts as a psychological release before the onset of winter gloom—though I doubt they would explain it in those terms.

Is it odd, gross, or unusual that a group of people should set aside a day for the dead? Nope. Different cultures and religions have followed such a practice for centuries. Let’s get on our broom again and check out Rome and its contributions to Halloween.

 As the Celtic religious system solidified so did the beliefs of the Celts concerning the dead—as has occurred in all religions, before and after the Celts. Since the turning points of the year were considered fissures in time and space, the Celts believe that the dead they loved so dearly could travel through time and space and return from Tir nan Og to visit them. The custom of leaving food at the table (the birth part of the treat part of trick-or-treat) was a gesture of welcome to the departed. From these visits came the belief that those who had gone beyond the land of the living could provide information on past or future events. This is how divination became associated with Samhain.

The Celts did not believe in devils or demons, but they did believe in the Fairy Folk, whom they thought inhabited the land of the dead (the land in-between). Fairies were thought to be resentful of humankind for taking over their land. Because time and space could be conquered on Samhain, fairies were said to roam countryside creating mischief and kidnapping a human or two now and then—just for fun, you understand.—except the humans never came back. Here then is the root of the scary stuff associated with Halloween. The mischief, of course, was caused by living humans, and accepted by the Celts as a psychological release before the onset of winter gloom—though I doubt they would explain it in those terms.

Is it odd, gross, or unusual that a group of people should set aside a day for the dead? Nope. Different cultures and religions have followed such a practice for centuries. Let’s get on our broom again and check out Rome and its contributions to Halloween.

A Fly-BY of Ancient Rome

Rome had the habit of changing rulers as many times as you empty the lint trap in your dryer. Between 14 and 37 CE, Christianity had begun its rise in Rome. By 41 CE, Claudius had distinguished himself with the conquest of Britain. The Romans also had a harvest festival, so the Celts didn’t have much trouble blending the two holidays together after they came into contact with the Romans. It was around 314 CE when Constantine the Great declared the Roman Empire to be Christian, and the fate of Samhain and Druids was sealed.

 The Advent of Christianity

By the fourth and fifth centuries , Celtic Christianity had oozed into Ireland. St. Patrick has his hands full, and here is where the kettle starts to boil. At, first, the Pagans openly welcomed Christianity, but as Christianity filtered into the Celtic system, church officials had a few problems—mainly the Celtics didn’t want up their holidays or folk practices. The people were not willing to throw out traditions that were ingrained into their social structure. If you can’t get someone to completely change, what do you do? Compromise. And that’s exactly what happened. Samhain was changed to All Hollow’s Eve. To make the Pagan peoples adhere more closely to this new religion of Christianity, the clergy of the day taught the peasants that fairies were really demons and devils (remember, a concept totally unknown to Celtic belief or history) and their beloved dead were horrid ghosts and ghouls. The early Christian erroneously associated the Celtic land of the dead with the Christian concept of Hell.

To help the belief in Christianity along, Druids priestess were systematically murdered. Early Christians also taught the area peasants that their Lord of the Underworld was in fact Satan, which is ridiculous, as the two mythos don’t have anything in common. It appears that Christians misunderstood what the word Samhain meant: because the peasants use this celebration to honor the dead, Christians assumed that Samhain was the incorrect pronunciation of a Pagan deity in the Bible, recorded as Samuel, from the Semitic Sammael, meaning God of the under world.

The Witches

So far, we’ve talked about the land of the dead, how the early Christians managed to superimpose Satan onto Samhain, and how fairies got zapped into demons, but there has been no mention of Witches, commonly associated in our time with Halloween. Where did Witches come from?

During the Dark Ages, the Church sought to eradicate the Pagans and wise women from the countryside so that the church could amass both power and property. First, they had to devalue women because women kept the holy days, trained the children, and provided the cohesive socialization of the culture, thus women held the power to shape society. The church taught, among other things, that women had no souls. Once this teaching had occurred, it was only a small step to make them inhuman, and the Church was able to incite the superstitious populace.

The Celtic women were the strong hold of the family environment, and although the Celts accepted Christianity at first, they did not want to give up their family traditions or their lifestyle. The Church was not into free thinking—therefore anything that did not follow the church dictates was evil. Hence, the Witches (really the women) became evil. Since Samhain was a primary festival of the Celts and the Church had already determined that Samhain was evil, the association between Witches and Halloween was born.

All Saints’ Day / All Hallow’s EVE / Halloween

All Saints’ Day and All Hallow’s Eve (Halloween) were first introduced in the seventh century CE. All Saints’ Day was originally celebrated in the spring. The date was changed to November 1 to supplant Pagan beliefs because those pesky Pagans just refused to cough up their original Samhain. The day was to honor God and all his saints, known and unknown. All Saints’ Day later became Hallowmass, a mass to honor the dead. The Eve of All Hallow’s Day, October 31, became All Hallow’s Eve, which evolved into the word Hallowe’en. Although the church wished this time to be one of somber prayer and quite custom, the Celtics continued their customary bonfires and fortune telling.

All Souls’ Day is a bit different. This festival falls on November 2, a day to offer prayers and alms to assist the souls of those departed that manage to get stuck in purgatory, an in-between place that is neither heaven nor hell. Over the succeeding centuries, Halloween, like Christmas, picked up various customs and discarded others, depending on the complex socialization of the times and religious dictates.

Halloween Comes to America

Our first inkling of Halloween coming to America revolves not around a specific set of people (many indicate the Irish) but with William Penn’s motley collection of refugees from Europe. In 1663, Penn wrote a promotional tract about the Americans. As a result, fifty ships dropped the anchors in the Delaware River. They discharged persecuted souls from England, Ireland, Wales, and the Rhineland (now Germany). Collectively, the Germans and Irish shared Celtic heritage. Therefore many of the folk customs resonated together—including Halloween.

From 1684 through 1930, Halloween was more a time for tricking rather than for treating. Many of the tricks the German and Irish communities became universal, such as overturning outhouses, dismantling a wagon and putting it back together on top of a house or barn, and tying cows to church bells. The tricks often served as social function, such as mildly chastising a neighbor who exhibited antisocial behavior.

By 1910, several American manufactures were making or importing party products just for the American holiday Halloween. From noisemakers to costumes, a new holiday meant new business and an opportunity to make money.

The drawback to the new holiday came in the form of the “declared” Mischief Night, Goblin Night, or Devil’s night on October 30. Minor offenses, such as trying several garbage cans together and hanging them from a light pole, soaping windows with lard, and later, bars of hand soap, abounded. As the pranks grew to vandalism shopkeepers would bribe youngsters to ward off destruction of their property.

In an effort to stop the criminal behavior, the Boy Scouts, in conjunction with local town councils, cities, boroughs, instituted the custom of Trick-or-Treat night to help keep youngsters from naughty practices. By the 1930s the custom of trick-or-treating was well entrenched in our American culture. Halloween, like Christmas, became a holiday for children, and parents strove to make the holiday as much fun as possible for the enjoyment of their youngsters.

During he 1950s. ’60s, and ’70s our American Halloween stayed primarily the same, but in the ’70s and ’80s, with a recession coupled by a candy scare, groups and organizations once again sought to find appropriate avenues to make Halloween safe for America’s children. Halloween practices extended through the entire month of October. Haunted houses, parties, hay rides, plays, story hours, and numerous other events were held throughout the month.

In the mid-to-late 1990s certain sects of the Protestant Christian church declared war on Halloween. using the same erroneous propaganda cultivated hundreds of years ago. Other groups size Halloween for their own political agendas—hosting haunted houses showing aborted babies, drug addicts, and other modern day violent situations. This did not go over well, as the holiday had become an event primarily for children, not adult political issues. Radical Christian groups said that the holiday was Satanic—which, as we’ve seen from our research, is a bizarre and fantastic claim, based on misinformation, politicking, personal agendas and fear. With America’s policy of separation of church and state the battle for destroying Halloween in the United States is an uphill battle.

The original Samhain marked the the close of the agriculture season and functional third harvest festival. In America, Halloween has become the first holiday in our end-of-year rush for partied gaiety. Our Halloween functions as the opening of the three-month-long celebratory fest that includes Thanksgiving, Christmas, Yule, Kwanzaa, and Chanukkah, and ends with the popular American New Year.

As our children crave pumpkins with delightful chatter, adults find solace in a night when they can be whatever they want to be. We have little doubt about the joy this holiday bring to the American people. I am sure we will forever love the haunted house, the harvest Moon, the thrills and chills of a well-wrought tale—and, of course, the deliciously scary things that go EEEEK! in the night.

 Harvest Moon, velvet sky, pumpkins glowing, children laughing, costumes, candy, scary stories—just where did this autumn gaiety begin? Let’s look through those cobwebby corridors of time to unearth the exciting genealogy of the American Celebration we call Halloween!

Nothing is ever as simple as it seems—especially when dealing with history. Too often events and circumstances of our past were written or re-written by people who, for whatever reason, operated under an agenda, or simply wanted history to reflect how it should have been, rather than how it was. How, then, do we determine what is fact and what is fiction? In some cases, we can’t. In other situations, we dig.

Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook1999 Pages 24 to 29

5 October Daily Horoscopes, Current Moon Phase, Northwestern and Northeastern (5 October) Southeastern and Southwestern Hemispheres Planetary Positions and Magickal Correspondence Digest

Daily Horoscope

Click here for Georgia Nicols’ Daily Horoscopes 

Moon Alert

Avoid shopping or important decisions from 4:30 AM to 9 AM EDT today (1:30 AM to 6 AM PDT). After that, the Moon moves from Virgo into Libra.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

A discussion with a partner or close friend will be practical and productive today. You might deal with issues from the past, or you might deal with current matters. Either way, you will get things done because you are motivated, and you won’t procrastinate.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

This is a productive day; mainly because you want to get better organized and be more efficient. Even though Mercury retrograde is creating problems with errors and delays, you can use this same energy to quickly finish whatever you have already started.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

Today you have the focus and stamina to practice something in order to get better and better at it. This could apply to sports. It might apply to the arts, for example, playing a musical instrument or painting or singing. Use today to hone your technique.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Family discussions will be practical and productive today. Someone older and more experienced might have some useful input. They might even give you practical or financial support for a repair project. (Be grateful for every bit of help you get.)

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

Today you are in a practical frame of mind, which is why your discussions with others are more serious, perhaps dealing with practical “how to” questions. You might have excellent suggestions for someone? Possibly, someone older and more experienced has good advice for you?

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

When it comes to financial matters today, you will be practical and conservative. For example, if shopping, you will want to buy practical, long-lasting items. No matter what, you won’t be extravagant. You want to use your assets in a useful way today.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Today the Sun, the Moon, Mercury retrograde and Mars are in your sign. (Yes, the entire world has a strong Libran influence.) Expect your feelings to be heightened today and more emotional. Nevertheless, things will tend to go your way. Ask the Universe for a favour!

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

You’re charming when dealing with others because fair Venus is in your sign. Nevertheless, today is an excellent day for research and digging for answers. You will be dogged and persevering and you will get results. (Good day to shop for wardrobe items for yourself.)

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

A discussion with someone older or more experienced will be helpful today. In fact, whatever you learn might cause you to modify your future goals. Someone might look to you for leadership, especially in a group. Meanwhile, you will welcome advice wherever you get it. “Thank you!”

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

A discussion with a parent or boss could be significant today. Fortunately, you will make a good impression on them. Perhaps you see ways to cut costs or do things more efficiently? Don’t hesitate to share your good ideas because people are willing to listen.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Do something different today. Shake things up a little! You want some adventure and a chance to learn something new. Ideally, this is an excellent day to travel somewhere. But if you can’t do that, then at least go someplace you’ve never been before. Discover!

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

This is a solid money day, especially with banking, taxes, debt and dealing with shared wealth or shared property. Whatever you do today, you will do with care and precision. Furthermore, you will think about the long view and not your immediate gain. (That’s because you’re in a sensible frame of mind.)

If Your Birthday Is Today

Actress Kate Winslet (1975) shares your birthday today. You are intellectual. You have a creative and imaginative mind and are precise and articulate. You have excellent people skills. You work hard and like to be busy. However, this year is a quieter year for you. You will likely focus more on your closest relationships. It’s time to take time for yourself and focus on what makes you happy.

Birthday Horoscope

Zodiac Sign Is Libra

Click here to read anyone’s birthday horoscope 

 

OCTOBER 5 birthday horoscope predicts that you may not be so willing to compromise. The zodiac sign for this October 5th birthday is Libra – The Scales. You are spiritual beings and are wise. You are responsible but like having fun. You do not like to get into unwanted fights or arguments.

The October 5th birthday personality is also a proud person who stands on his or her political beliefs. Moreover, you are a thoughtful individual who is always going out of your way to help people. You seem to have the courage of a saint.

Your friends and family are always talking about how you are there for them providing the needed support. They come to you because you are strong and seem not to be surprised at anything you tell them.

This Libra birthday person normally won’t judge people on their mistakes or shortcomings but rather encourage people and lift them up. Often, you put your family and some of your friend’s needs before your own. Although they are appreciative, you need to think of yourself more.

The October 5 horoscope predicts that you love nature and its beauty. It’s like having serenity in a bottle. You need to explore and to be free. Those birthday characteristics are what makes you a knowledgeable person in ways that most humans cannot comprehend. You are likely to be successful because of it.

Being determined and mindful of what they want out of life, this October 5 birthday personality will stay focused on their goals. Your attitude is that you don’t need anyone’s help. You can handle any situation that comes your way. About your feelings, you can sometimes be insecure, and you don’t allow yourself to be vulnerable to others.

The October 5 astrology suggests that there are chances that you like to talk and you are good at stirring up fascinating conversations. Additionally, you have a good ear. When you have the company of someone who shares the same interests, you can talk for days.

However, you are open to those with different views and opinions. As a Libra born on this zodiac birthday, you don’t make your relationship the number one priority. This could be disappointing to your partner.

On the other hand, you can be a great parent. You take with you the values that your parents treasured as you had fond memories of your childhood. The way you were raised has a great deal to do with the person you are today, and frankly, you love yourself.

As far as your health goes, people born on an October 5 birthday, are not worried about it. You have never been overweight, and chances are, you will never be. You are just too active to gain any weight to speak of.

The October 5 zodiac predicts that it doesn’t seem to matter what you eat, but you maintain a semi-healthy menu. The only problem that could be perceived is that you can’t seem to relax. You feel that if you are idle, then something is left undone. Stress is a killer. Please be advised to get regular check-ups.

You have a good instinct when it comes to choosing the right nest eggs. More so, you don’t feel it necessary to spend your money just because you have it. You know what you need to eat and what you don’t.

The October 5 astrology also suggests that your business sense could possibly lead you into careers such as public relations, or even advertising and marketing.

Due to your social contacts, this goal could be straightforward to achieve. Then again, you find social work worthwhile and motivating. Whatever you want to do, you can do it, make sure it is something you enjoy doing.

The October 5 zodiac suggests that you are especially dedicated to helping others and making a change. As you are humble, you don’t need any awards for doing so. Although you take life seriously, you like to have fun.

Typically, this Libran lives and let lives without throwing stones. However, you stay focused as you are governed by your instincts and don’t let your love life interfere with your goals. Whatever you decide to do will have a positive impact on someone’s life. But you should not make things stress you out to the point where you cannot sleep at night.

Famous People And Celebrities Born On October 5

Neil Degrasse, Grant Hill, Allen Ludden, Bernie Mac, Jesse Palmer, Parminder Nagra, Cody Zeller

See: Famous Celebrities Born On October 5

This Day That Year – October 5 In History

1875 – San Francisco’s Market Street Palace Hotel open and ready for business.
1916 – Hitler injured.
1945 – Live on the radio presents “Meet the Press.”
1954 – The eastern half of the United States is hit by Hurricane Hazel.

October 5 Tula Rashi (Vedic Moon Sign)
October 5 Chinese Zodiac DOG

October 5 Birthday Planet

Your ruling planet is Venus that symbolizes the pleasures that money can buy us.

October 5 Birthday Symbols

The Scales Are The Symbol For The Libra Zodiac Sign

October 5 Birthday Tarot Card

Your Birthday Tarot Card is The Hierophant. This card symbolizes conformity to the rules and regulations laid down by society. The Minor Arcana cards are Three of Swords and Queen of Swords

October 5 Birthday Zodiac Compatibility

You are most compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign Aries: This is a true case of opposites attract.
You are not compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign CapricornThis relationship is not a winner and will break up in the long run.

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October 5 Lucky Number

Number 4 – This number stands for order, self-control, determination, and justice.
Number 5 – This is a number associated with non-attachment, opportunity, sympathy, and intelligence.

Read about: Birthday Numerology

Lucky Colors For October Birthday

Yellow: This is a color of communication, inquisitiveness, visibility, and self-worth.
Blue: This is a color that stands for sincerity, public speaking, reliability, and spirituality.

Lucky Days For October 5 Birthday

Sunday – This day ruled by Sun is a good day to take a look at your intentions and see where your true commitments lie in.
Wednesday – This day ruled by Mercury is symbolic of taking a look at the fine print and thinking with a rational mind.

October 5 Birthstone Opal

Opal is a gemstone that symbolizes good dreams, romance, psychic ability, and self-esteem.

Ideal Zodiac Birthday Gifts For People Born On October 5th

An expensive bottle of cologne for the man and biography of her favorite hero for the woman.

Moon Goddess’ Current Phase 

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born. 

From Moongiant.com 

 

The Moon’s current phase for today and tonight is a Waning Crescent phase. In this phase the Moon’s illumination is growing smaller each day until the New Moon. During this part of the Moon cycle, the Moon is getting closer to the Sun as viewed from Earth and the night side of the Moon is facing the Earth with only a small edge of the Moon being illuminated. This phase is best viewed an hour or 2 before the sunrise and can be quite beautiful if you’re willing to get up early. It can also be a great time to see the features of the Moon’s surface. Along the edge where the illuminated portion meets the dark side, the craters and mountains cast long shadows making them easier to observe with a telescope or binoculars.

Visit the October 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waning Crescent Phase

The Waning Crescent on October 5 has an illumination of 1%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On October 5 the Moon is 28.46 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Phase Details

Phase: Waning Crescent
Illumination: 1%
Moon Age: 28.46 days
Moon Angle: 0.53
Moon Distance: 375,708.54 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,561,983.50 km

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