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Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Your work day weighs especially heavy on your shoulders and there are a lot of things that you simply cannot manage lately. Contain a bit of your anger and spare your colleagues their nerves. Do not refuse help offered to you, but show others how grateful you are for their assistance. You are more able to accept help than you think.
Rat Weekly Horoscope: Oct 2 to Oct 8, 2023
Helping to get the new working week off to a good start is moving into the second half of the competitive and professionally charged month of the Rooster under a busy, industrious and work focused Snake Moon. While a Snake Moon will keep you busy and the Rooster is looking for anything to channel your competitive spirit into, it is the fact that they are part of the same triad of affinity that brings with it a sense of confidence. Whether professionally or with whatever it is that keeps you busy or that you can channel your competitive spirit into, this gives you the support and the confidence to get the week off to an empowered start.
Rat Monthly Horoscope: October 2023
An eclipsing New Moon on 15th October not only makes this a month of two halves but draws a neat line down the middle. As we move into the new month the competitive and professionally charged month of the Rooster has just reached its halfway point on a Full Moon at the end of last month, giving you the push and the momentum needed to make these final weeks count. While this gets the month off to a good start professionally, the Rooster's influence can be felt in anything that you channel your competitive spirit into. There will then be a change in pace as the eclipsing New Moon on 15th October brings the month of the Rooster to an end and ushers in the social and serendipitous month of the Dog.
Power Numbers: 3, 17, 29, 57, 60, 64
Friendly Signs: Monkey & Dog
Beware of: Rabbit
Colour of the day: Light Cyan
Born Today: Pierre Bonnard, Thomas Wolfe, Gore Vidal, Chubby Checker, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Al Sharpton, Ashlee Simpson