Your social life is likely to be a major source of joy this month -- and chaos! On October 8, Venus moves into your friendship sector and, until November 1, you'll have more pleasurable moments with pals and in group endeavors. On October 12, Venus will oppose Uranus, making it possible for you to experience a sudden romantic encounter with a casual acquaintance. This will be exciting, however, the person you're dealing with probably only wants a "friends with benefits" situation. That might not be your cup of tea.
On October 4, Mars rushes to the top of your chart and, until November 19, you'll have one of your best cycles to push ahead with career goals. This is the time to launch a new business, reach for a promotion or set your sights on leveling up in your profession. Go for it!
Emotionally charged news from a relative might also distract you near the Full Moon on October 13. Give yourself a minute to regroup.
Capricorn's keywords for October: friends, groups, parties, fun, sudden love, casual affair, professional success, ambition, motivation, family
Allen: A prominent CNN commentator pointed out a "problem" House Democrats have following the first public hearing in their impeachment inquiry of President Trump. GOP lawmakers specifically questioned the witnesses about their previous testimony, which relied heavily on second- and third-hand knowledge. "The one criticism of these two witnesses, which I think is very much legitimate -- it's not really a criticism, it's a factual statement, is that neither of them had direct contact with the president," Toobin said. - CNN, today How's that for a "takeaway?" Or this: Impeachment witness George Kent said Hunter Biden’s position on the board of a Ukrainian natural gas firm created the “perception of a conflict of interest.” “In February 2015, I raised my concern that Hunter Biden’s status as a board member could create the perception of a conflict of interest,” said Kent. Following the hearing, CNN Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin suggested that the vocal observation from Trump's defenders was "legitimate."