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The 2014 Farmers Almanac
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Moon's Astrological Place in the Zodiac

The signs listed below are based on astrological calculations. Use these signs for all planting and other Almanac traditions. Click here for an explanation of the zodiac signs.

October 2014

Oct 02 Capricorn Goat (Knees)
Capricorn
Oct 03 Aquarius Waterman (Legs)
Aquarius
Oct 04 Aquarius Waterman (Legs)
Aquarius
Oct 05 Pisces Fishes (Feet)
Pisces
Oct 06 Pisces Fishes (Feet)
Pisces
Oct 07 Aries Ram (Head & Face)
Aries
Oct 08 Aries Ram (Head & Face)
Aries
Oct 09 Taurus Bull (Neck)
Taurus
Oct 10 Taurus Bull (Neck)
Taurus
Oct 11 Taurus Bull (Neck)
Taurus
Oct 12 Gemini Twins (Arms)
Gemini
Oct 13 Gemini Twins (Arms)
Gemini
Oct 14 Cancer Crab (Breast)
Cancer
Oct 15 Cancer Crab (Breast)
Cancer
Oct 16 Leo Lion (Heart)
Leo
Oct 17 Leo Lion (Heart)
Leo
Oct 18 Leo Lion (Heart)
Leo
Oct 19 Virgo Virgin (Bowels)
Virgo
Oct 20 Virgo Virgin (Bowels)
Virgo
Oct 21 Libra Balance (Reins)
Libra
Oct 22 Libra Balance (Reins)
Libra
Oct 23 Libra Balance (Reins)
Libra
Oct 24 Scorpio Scorpion (Secrets)
Scorpio
Oct 25 Scorpio Scorpion (Secrets)
Scorpio
Oct 26 Sagittarius Archer (Thighs)
Sagittarius
Oct 27 Sagittarius Archer (Thighs)
Sagittarius
Oct 28 Capricorn Goat (Knees)
Capricorn
Oct 29 Capricorn Goat (Knees)
Capricorn
Oct 30 Capricorn Goat (Knees)
Capricorn
Oct 31 Aquarius Waterman (Legs)
Aquarius
The Zodiac Explained...

Astrology interprets the influence that the Sun and Moon have while they are in a specific zodiacal sign and is based on the concept that there are 12 signs of the zodiac, measuring 30 degrees each, along the astrological circle.

More on zodiac sign meanings »

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