Another Moon out of bounds for you and the post is too long for Facebook.
We've got another little blip of the Moon out of bounds, OOB, from the 25th until the 27th.
Due to the tilt of the earth in relation to the Sun we get seasons and the latitude markers of the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn that are 23° 28' north and south of the equator. Imagine the equator and those north and south limits extended out into space. Most of the time the planets stay within those limits set by the Sun. But sometimes, some of the planets swing beyond the limits that the Sun sets. The Sun, Saturn and Neptune never go OOB, but periodically the rest do.
When a planet is OOB it doesn't relate normally to other astrological factors. For the time it is out of bounds it is a bit of a wild card, a bit eccentric, and independent.
This OOB began today, October 25 at 637 PM UT, 237 PM Eastern, 137 PM Central, 1237 PM Mountain, 1137 AM Pacific, and 837 AM Hawaii.
The Moon returns to the fold 208 AM UT on the 28th, for US times it will be October 27 at 1008 PM Eastern, 908 PM Central, 808 PM Mountain, 708 PM Pacific, and 408 PM in Hawaii.