Astrological news this week: Clarity to push through retrograde issues


Astrological update for the week of September 26 – October 3, 2022

Fresh on the heels of the Libra New Moon (September 25, 4:34 pm EDT), we have a week full of positive energies to help navigate through any issues that we may be dealing with. The planets are always doing something, but this week we get a boost from harmonious alignments which provide support and ease us through challenges.

There is a dearth of the water element in the skies at the moment, with only Neptune carrying the influence of feeling and intuition, so we may find ourselves somewhat disconnected from our inner senses and focused more on the outer experience. We can counteract this by spending more time in quiet contemplation, tuning in to the sights and sounds of nature to soothe and calm any jangling of the nerves.

We do still have seven planets (including Chiron) in retrograde motion, and Mercury (mind) is at a virtual standstill as it prepares to turn direct next week. With so many planets retrograde it can feel like we are stuck, that it’s difficult to get anything off the ground. Patience furthers, as the IChing says, and if we stop to listen we will soon discover the solution to any problem.

We also have the challenging square between Saturn and Uranus at its tightest point since 2021 during the month of October: that conflict between the old way (Saturn) and the new (Uranus), the pressures of rebellion (Uranus) against conformity (Saturn) – expect to see all of these issues re-emerge for one last time.

Without a lot of big planetary interactions the faster moving planets and lunar energies become more evident. Here’s what else is happening this week (dates and times are for the Eastern time zone, please adjust for your locality.)

Monday September 26. The week begins with the Moon in Libra, fresh off the New Moon the evening before. Under the influence of Libra we crave harmony and peaceful relations with others, and this is strengthened by Venus and Mercury aspects which help to improve communication, mental focus, and the quality of our connections with others. A Sun/Jupiter aspect expands our confidence in our abilities all day, but under this aspect we tend to be a bit reckless and following our impulses may not be the wisest course of action.

Watch for a bit of emotional tension around 3 pm EDT, but otherwise this is a feel-good day which should help us to find our balance if we have been off-kilter. (Venus trine Pluto 1:45 am, Mercury conjunct Venus 1:58 pm, Sun opposite Jupiter 3:33 pm, Moon opposite Chiron 3:33 pm, Moon trine Mars 10:54 pm, Moon trine Saturn 11:44 pm.)

Tuesday September 27.  A Mercury aspect to enhance our mental focus which began building on Monday will culminate around 9 am on Tuesday (EDT), and with a minimum of planetary aspects on Tuesday this would be an excellent day to tackle a task which requires mental clarity.

Around noon we may feel a bit intense, but that just paves the way for the Moon moving into Scorpio at 7:14 pm EDT. When the Moon is in Scorpio we all take on that Scorpionic penetration of will and desire, and a harmonious Mars aspect will be building on Tuesday to help us to focus that will and empower our intentions. (Mercury trine Pluto 8:56 am, Moon square Pluto 12:20 pm, Moon enters Scorpio 7:14 pm, Mars trine Saturn the next day 1:48 am.)

Wednesday September 28. Today there are no aspects other than the Mars influence which began building the previous day. This will help clear away distractions and enable that force of Will represented by Mars to become laser-focused on a particular intention or decision.

I plan to use Wednesday for some long-range VisionCrafting™ to hone my long-range plans and ideas! (Mars trine Saturn 1:48 am).

Thursday September 29. Venus enters Libra at 3:49 am. Venus rules Libra, and is happiest in this sign of harmony and balance. Venus is usually associated with love and beauty and that is all true, but there is a more empowered side to Venus as well. The predecessors of Venus, Ishtar and Inanna, were goddesses of power and creation. Libra is often described as the iron fist inside the velvet glove, although the craving for polite niceness can be detrimental to any Venusian empowerment.  Venus will remain in Libra until October 23rd, putting the focus on not only personal relationships, but our own relationship to the world around us and how well we balance our needs and desires with the necessity for compromise.

The Scorpio Moon is quite busy on Thursday, passionate and intense in the morning EDT but in primarily harmonious alignments after noon to foster and encourage emotional stability. (Venus enters Libra 3:49 am, Moon opposite Uranus 3:49 am, square Saturn 4:57 am, trine Neptune 1:02 pm, sextile Mercury 2:57 pm, sextile Pluto 5:19 pm.)

Friday September 30. Happy lunar aspects today, and with the Moon having just entered Sagittarius (12:03 am EDT) the feeling of optimism is more easily attained. Give yourself a break on Friday and take some time to enjoy what comes your way. (Moon sextile Venus 2:03 am, trine Jupiter 5:38 am, sextile Sun 1:05 pm).

Saturday October 1. The Moon is in Sagittarius all day – a good day to schedule a party or social gathering, especially with Venus and Jupiter smiling in the wings. Even the most introverted among us will find social interactions easier and more rewarding with one caveat: it is easy to overstretch ourselves under these influences so pay attention to your own needs for space and quiet. (Moon trine Chiron 1 am, sextile Saturn 8:47 am, opposite Mars 11:03 am, Venus opposite Jupiter 2:11 pm, Moon square Neptune 4:44 pm, square Mercury 5:46 pm).

Sunday October 2. Mercury turns direct! It will take some time (about 10 days) for Mercury’s speed to normalize so don’t celebrate quite yet, but with the Moon still in Virgo for a few days we may want to clean up any lingering mess that the Mercury retrograde cycle brought with it.

The Moon enters Capricorn at 3:37 am, turning our attention and mood to tackling the hard projects that are essential to a stable life experience. The Capricorn Moon engages in a few challenging aspects which could create a bit of distress but just know this is temporary and follow the Capricornian spirit of hard work and focus on the goal.

Take care, friends, and have a great week. ❤️


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Planetary news this week: Mercury retrograde and a Pisces Full Moon


Astrological update for the week of September 5-12, 2022

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Mercury retrograde and retrograde update!  Mercury turns retrograde this week (September 9th) which will take us to Peak Retrograde for the year (six planets plus Chiron in retrograde motion!). If you read my September Planetary Illuminations report you may have noticed that I undercounted the retrogrades so the idea of this being a time of reflection rather than action is even more true.

When there is a preponderance of retrograde energy it can feel like we’re spinning our wheels, especially if those planets are triggering something in our chart. Mercury retrograde issues tend to be specifically about communication, but we also have Jupiter retrograde (examining missed opportunities), Saturn retrograde (revisiting our obligations), Neptune retrograde (urging a more creative sense of reality) and Pluto retrograde (the insistence of fate to take the wheel). With the addition of Chiron retrograde (peeling off the scab one more time in order to heal the wounds), there is a great deal of looking into the past that needs to be done.

With Mercury in Libra right now it is easier to see different sides of a situation and that can make decisions more difficult because many possibilities seem legitimate. Mercury will retrograde back into Virgo later in the month, but for the next few weeks with Mercury retrograde AND in Libra we would be smart to take our time to make a decision – considering all the angles doesn’t happen quickly and Mercury retrograde demands additional care in planning.

Saturn square Uranus. The challenging square between these two that was the Story of 2021 keeps tightening and even though they won’t make an exact aspect again during this cycle their influence is still important. The energies of Saturn = control and repression vs Uranus = radical change and rebellion were rampant in 2021, from the attempted overthrow of governments to the riots over mask policies. Expect things to be fairly unsettled for the next couple of months.

We’re seeing this all over the world right now, but these influences may also affect our personal lives we we strive to achieve balance between the things we know should be done (Saturn) and the urge to find a different way (Uranus).

 Venus in Virgo. Venus enters Virgo on Monday September 5th, helping us to find practical ways to bring more order into our lives through our relationship to others and to the world around us. Virgo is ruled by Mercury and Mercury is in Libra, ruled by Venus, creating a situation we call Mutual Reception. Under the theory of Mutual Reception, the two planets (in this case Mercury and Libra) are in each other’s signs and therefore linked together for a few weeks. Here we are connecting the mind and thoughts (Mercury/Virgo) with our ability to connect with others (Venus/Libra), meaning communication is paramount right now. And with Mercury retrograde, communication is even more important.

Words matter right now, and taking some time to focus on the way we exchange information will be very useful.

Saturn opposite Ceres.  I wrote about this in last week’s post but the stressful point between Saturn (order and routine) and Ceres (nourishment and personal integration) peaks this week (September 6). To recap, As we become more disconnected with the Earth and our sense of the natural rhythms and cycles of the seasons, we lose touch with a part of our own internal being. This can create a desperate sense of spiritual starvation within us as we stuff ourselves with bioengineered food that is loaded with chemicals that leaves us feeling undernourished and thirsty for a life that has meaning.

Last week Uranus squared Ceres, and that aspect is still in effect as Saturn joins in to pressure us into making better choices to support ourselves. Saturn will remind us that gratification of the ego is superficial and will not deliver the true spiritual comfort which Ceres inspires

Pisces Full Moon, September 10 5:58 am EDT. The Full Moon on September 10th is a Piscean festival of creativity and imagination with the Moon conjunct Neptune, the modern ruler of Pisces. Under the influence of Pisces intuition and inner wisdom prevail in the opposition to the grounded reality of the Virgo Sun, making this a beautiful time for anything involving creativity or deepening our experience in nature and a sense of one-ness with the Earth.

Mars (action) is an important factor in this Full Moon chart which helps us to find some motivation in the midst of the Pisces magic. Under the influence of Pisces we sometimes can become lost in a daydream, but the influence of Mars will push us towards action and manifestation. Full Moon energies tend to take a few days to build before the event and then linger for a few days afterwards.

Lunar passages this week:

  • The Moon begins the week in steadfast Capricorn, helping with the practical application of Venus in Virgo.
  • September 6 the Moon enters inventive Aquarius at 11:41 pm EDT and spends all day on the 7th harmonizing with other planets for greater ease.
  • September 9 at 12:42 am the Moon enters dreamy Pisces, strewing roses in our path for the Pisces Full Moon.
  • September 11 at 2:47 am the Moon moves into forceful Aries, and the Sun harmonizes with Uranus to give us a burst of clear energy and fresh ideas.

I hope you have a great week! ❤️

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Mars in Gemini: 2022-2023


I wrote about Mars entering Gemini in last week’s update but this is a significant enough event that it deserves its own post. Mars entered Gemini on August 20, 2022 EDT and because of its retrograde cycle it will remain in Gemini until March 25, 2023. Mars is considered a malefic planet by astrologers in the various ancient traditions because of its connection with violence, but Mars is essential to physical and mental health as it inspires and motivates us to action. Mars helps us to identify our needs and desires and create a strategy for getting there. I like to say that without Mars we would have no reason to get up in the morning. Mars is a primary motivator.

The sign that Mars travels through describes the filter that Mars will operate through during that time. Mercury-ruled Gemini is the sign of thought and information – it hungers for knowledge and desires a wide variety of experiences in order to maximize understanding. For this reason, with Mars in Gemini there is the potential for more fluidity in discussion and this could apply to things like peace talks as well as to negotiations in our personal lives.

In Gemini, Mars can lose its focus – so many things become interesting and the creative power of Mars is weakened through the dispersal into multiple avenues of action. We may feel that we are spinning our wheels and getting little done, but the power of Mars in Gemini lies in its ability to open our minds to many different ideas and ways of thinking.

Mars was last retrograde in 2020-2022 and that time Mars was in its own sign of Aries, causing a lot of trouble. Mars wasn’t alone in the troublemaking planet category – we also had the Saturn/Pluto conjunction and a Capricorn stellium with seven retrograde planets. While Mars is in Gemini it will interact harmoniously with Chiron, helping to facilitate healing of difficult situations, and with Saturn to add structure and wisdom to all of our actions.

There will be some challenging times too, with Mars in a strong square to Neptune between mid-October and mid-November, concluding in late March 2023 just before making the transition into Cancer. Neptune is transcendent and magical, but also confusing and illusory and difficult interactions between Mars and Neptune can coincide with events that involve deception and can sometimes be disastrous. Normally these Mars/Neptune contacts last only a day or two, but with Mars stationing within a few degrees of the square to Neptune this cycle will last for about 30 days, right around the time of the US mid-term elections. I’m not saying disaster will strike, but it doesn’t take an astrologer to say that we should be prepared for massive confusion at that time.

In any case, while Mars is in Gemini for such a long time we can use it to energize all kinds of Gemini projects: learning a new skill, writing a book, going back to school, starting a walking group, learn a new language, getting in the car and exploring your neighborhood, contacting your siblings, play a new instrument or two… and above all, refrain from becoming frustrated if you have trouble focusing. Under the influence of Gemini that is a feature and not a bug!


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Planetary news this week: Challenges with Ceres and Venus enters Virgo


Astrological update for the week of August 29-September 5, 2022

by Lynn Hayes

Ceres opposite Saturn, Ceres squares Uranus. The asteroids don’t figure prominently in my work – I can’t explain why some planetary bodies such as Chiron speak to me loudly and clearly while others, like Vesta, don’t present themselves to me at all.  But when Ceres was elevated to planet status I started paying attention to her astrological story. The rise of Ceres corresponds with the growing evidence of climate change and food insecurity, but the influence of Ceres runs deeper than the physical. Ceres acts as the higher octave of the Moon. WIth Ceres the emotional security of the Moon is transmuted to a sustenance and nurturing of our spiritual security and sense of place on Planet Earth. As we become more disconnected with the Earth and our sense of the natural rhythms and cycles of the seasons, we lose touch with a part of our own internal being. This can create a desperate sense of spiritual starvation within us as we stuff ourselves with bioengineered food that is loaded with chemicals that leaves us feeling undernourished and thirsty for a life that has meaning.

You can read more about that here, but this week Ceres plays an important role of “translating” the square from Saturn to Uranus that was the Story of 2021. The energies of Saturn = control and repression vs Uranus = radical change and rebellion were rampant in 2021, from the attempted overthrow of governments to the riots over mask policies. That cycle is technically over, but both planets are retrograde now and within a degree of the exact square (90 degree) alignment that applies pressure and forces situations to a crisis point in order (ideally) to create positive change. (The square will tighten to about 15-20 minutes of exactitude around October 11 before separating again.)

Ceres is in the sign of Leo, the sign where we yearn for individual satisfaction and real happiness. With Ceres in Leo, the focus tends to be much more of a personal nature and we are most comfortable and fulfilled when we are able to follow a path that will bring joy. This week, with Ceres bumping up against both Saturn (control and restriction) and Uranus (revolution and radical action), we will be at once barred from that gratification (Saturn) and pressured to find a new way to discover real satisfaction (Uranus). With Ceres in Leo there is a temptation to dive into ego gratification, but Saturn will remind us that gratification of the ego is superficial and will not deliver the true spiritual comfort which Ceres inspires. And at the same time, Uranus will motivate us to break out of any routines or patterns which aren’t working any more.

Mars and Mercury aspect Jupiter. While we are working to find the balance point under the Ceres aspects described above, Mars (action) and Mercury (thought) both harmonize with Jupiter (expansion and confidence). Under these aspects, which will be in effect for the most of the week, you can pretty much create whatever you imagine! This will help us to craft new patterns of self-integration which the Ceres aspects require.

Lunar aspects this week: (Dates and times are for the Eastern time zone, please adjust for your locality).

The Moon begins the week in Libra, urging us to seek the balance point in relationships and all of our interactions with the outer world. This will play an important role in the Ceres focus on supporting the integration of body, mind and spirit.

The transition of the Moon into Mars-ruled Scorpio August 31 at 1:11 pm will intensify feelings and emotions and we can use that intensity to help us take advantage of the Mars/Jupiter aspect described above.

The Moon enters Jupiter-ruled Sagittarius September 2nd at 6:39 pm, just before the Mercury/Jupiter aspect. This combination is superb for expansive and optimistic thinking, making this an excellent time for vision work or difficult negotiations.

To sum it all up, the astrology energies this week ask us to take a critical look at our inner balance and see where adjustments may be needed. Inertia is a powerful force, but it doesn’t help us to grow and evolve. Personal evolution requires constant tweaks and adjustments where elements of our life just don’t fit any more, and this week the planets align to help facilitate these tweaks. ❤️



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Astrological news this week


Astrological update for the week of August 1-8, 2022

Mars/Uranus/North Node.  This week will begin with the climactic conjunction of Mars to Uranus and the North Node, an event which was building last week and peaks on Monday. Mars is fiery action and Uranus is the rebellious departure from the norm, so together they make quite a team. Meanwhile the North Node calls to us from the future, asking that we make the correct choices to lead us down the road to where our destiny awaits.  We may feel somewhat scattered and anxious, especially on Monday but also as the week winds down along with the planetary energies, but within that anxiety there are clues to the path towards a more enlightened future.

Mercury enters Virgo August 4. Mercury is quite happy in Virgo, one of its rulership signs, where it can put its analytic skills to work. Over the next few weeks our problem-solving skills will get a nice boost and if there’s any area of your life that needs more organization, this is the time to get out the spreadsheets and notebooks.

Venus is active, harmonizing with Mars, Uranus and Neptune throughout the week. Harmonious Venus aspects help to bring greater personal equanimity and peaceful relations with others so this is a good thing.

Mars square Saturn. The challenging square from Saturn (rules and order) to Uranus (rebellion and revolution) which was the hallmark of 2021 is mostly finished, but this aspect will tighten through the rest of the summer and early fall. Even though the aspect won’t again be exact, it will be close enough to be felt and transits of Mars and Mercury will activate the square. These could be times of social upheaval, and the square of Mars to Saturn on Sunday is one of those times. This will likely begin to build on Friday, but with the Moon in optimistic Sagittarius that day, and a lovely creative trine from Venus to Neptune helping us to see the best in all situations, I don’t anticipate that this will give us too much trouble.

Heads up for Venus square Pluto next Monday. Venus aspects are fleeting and last only for a day or two, but on Sunday we will begin to see the effects of the challenging opposition from Venus to Pluto. This is a difficult aspect for interpersonal relationships and has the potential to bring up any latent power struggles. The Moon will be in Cancer at that time which opens up the heart for feelings to fly out, so this could be a highly emotional time.

Lunar ingresses next week:

  • The week begins with the Moon in analytical Virgo as reported above.
  • The Moon enters Libra just after midnight (EDT) on August 2nd. Libra is ruled by Venus, and there are some beautiful Venus aspects that day (Venus sextile Uranus and Mars) to help lubricate social situations and our own sense of equilibrium.
  • The Moon enters Scorpio at 2:57 am EDT on August 4. Scorpio is fiery and passionate, and  this could cause some problems on August 5th when the Scorpio Moon goes into battle with Mars, Uranus and Saturn. Don’t try to tamp down your feelings, but find constructive ways to express them – through journaling perhaps, or going out into the woods and screaming into the night. 😃
  • By August 6th things will have settled down, and the Moon will make the shift into Sagittarius at 12:38 pm EDT. Sagittarius seeks the broader view and tends to dislike getting bogged down into the darkness of emotions, and this will help when Mars begins to square Saturn (to culminate on Sunday, see above) and frustration can emerge if we encounter obstacles in our way.

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Next week’s Mars/Uranus/Node conjunction: How bad is it?


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TLDR*: Next week will be a challenge, but don’t expect the end of the world.

Several people have asked me about the upcoming dramatic conjunction of Mars, Uranus and the Nodes.  The exact date of this alignment is August 1st, and the Mars/Uranus conjunction will be exact at 7:42 EDT. One client sent me this article from Vedic astrologer Joni Patry who wrote: “this is a very pivotal month of enormous, sudden and explosive events that will trigger tremendous changes. The astrological-historical patterns strongly suggest this could culminate into a modern Civil War not just in America but around the whole world. I know I see much of this occurring in the United States, but it will be replicated all over the world.”

It’s somewhat difficult to comment on Ms. Patry’s article because she uses the Vedic Sidereal system in which the planets are considered in their actual place in the sky. I, and most other modern astrologers, use the Tropical system where the 0 degree point of the cardinal signs occurs at the Solstices and Equinoxes. In her system the triple conjunction is taking place in Aries, the fire sign which is ruled by Mars and therefore can be somewhat explosive. In the Tropical system, the conjunction is in Taurus which is much more placid and while less explosive, the changes that occur under a Mars/Uranus conjunction in Taurus can be slow to develop and long lasting.

The debate between the Sidereal and Tropical systems has been raging for hundreds of years and I have no interest in entering that particular fray today! It has been my experience that in personal readings the Tropical system is more accurate. But nevertheless, I’d like to address this idea that the upcoming triple conjunction will make July ” a very pivotal month of enormous, sudden and explosive events that will trigger tremendous changes. The astrological-historical patterns strongly suggest this could culminate into a modern Civil War not just in America but around the whole world.”

I would argue that this is already well underway, and has been since the Saturn/Pluto conjunction of January 2020 and the other astrological events of 2020 (repression), exacerbated by the Saturn/Uranus square of 2021 (revolution) and the end of Pluto in Capricorn (collapse of leadership structures).

Ms. Patry offers reasoning that the last time the triple conjunction occurred in the Sidereal zodiac was May of 1855 when a contested election in Kansas between pro and anti slavery factions created tensions in the lead-up to the Civil War. However, this fracas was one of many in the 15 years before the war.

Mars is a fast moving planet and its aspects to other planets typically last for a few days. While it’s true that it can activate a larger cycle, or re-activate a dormant cycle, it typically does not in itself produce the kind of planetary energies that can bring about major wars and societal change.

That said, as you will read in next Monday’s forecast, the alignment of Mars to Uranus will begin to tighten on Monday with the exact aspect taking place the following Monday August 1st. In Taurus Mars is fiery but stubborn, and will trigger the reactivity of Uranus to foment rebellion and resistance to obligation and conformity. I see the presence of the North Node in this conjunction as a positive factor – the South Node will often hold us back and bring up old habit patterns which keep us from growing, but the North Node guides us gently towards the highest expression of the personality. Under this influence you may gain the confidence to make a long-needed change, and it would be a good idea to remain open to ideas that shake up the current status quo.

The day to watch is Friday July 29th when the Leo New Moon sets off the triple conjunction of Mars, Uranus and the North Node.  A T-square from Mercury and Saturn to the triple conjunction is embedded in that New Moon chart (you’ll read more about that next week) and there will be some resistance to all of this liberation energy which could be problematic. It doesn’t help that all of these planets are in fixed signs which resist change and tend to remain stuck until an explosion of some kind breaks up the blocked energies to bring a lasting evolution.

If like me you have planets between 15-22 degrees of the fixed signs (Leo, Aquarius, Taurus, Scorpio) you will be particularly affected by this. The best way to navigate this sort of thing is to remain open to change and keep an open mind. Trust that the North Node will carry you through towards the optimum destiny. 

*TLDR = too long didn’t read


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The U.S. worker shortage explained by astrology


There is a great deal of debate among astrologers for which astrological chart is the right one for the United States. Most of us use the Sibley chart of July 4th (here’s why I use it), but some argue for a Gemini rising chart, or a Scorpio ascendant.

The ascendant describes the way we see ourselves, and the way the world see us and it’s therefore more visible in many ways than the Sun sign. So when I see articles like this one, about a research study undertaken by Microsoft about what makes their employees happy, it reinforces my confidence that Sagittarius, the sign of sunny optimism and adventure, is the correct one.

We live to feel good.

That’s the American way. We get up every day; we’re excited about our lives, our jobs and our bank balances.

At least that’s what we say — because a positive attitude is vital to being, or appearing to be, a success.

Yet is this everything? And has the pandemic incited us to wonder whether we’re really so excited about working at all? Even if we’re the boss.

This idea of feeling good and a positive attitude being vital to success is quintessentially Sagittarian, and easily explained by the Sibley chart. This chart also shows that Aries, the sign of the individual, is on the cusp of the sixth house of work and labor. Pulling oneself up from the bootstraps and all that stuff is very sixth house Aries in nature. But beginning in 2018, the U.S. progressed Venus transited the cusp of the sixth house of work (also health and small animals, but historically this is the house of masters and servants). Transits of the progressed Venus shows where we need to feel that what we are doing is valued, and suddenly “work” needed to be more rewarding. According to a Vox article from 2019, more workers quit their jobs in April 2019 than in any previous single month, and as we know the great labor shortage continued to worsen through the pandemic.

Progressed Venus won’t leave the U.S. sixth house until 2041, suggesting that this idea of laborers being valued is likely to continue for quite some time.


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