The asteroid TX68 will pass Earth as far out as 14 million kilometres or as close as 17,000 kilometres...The variation in possible distances is because the asteroid was tracked for only a short time after discovery, according to NASA. (In comparison, the moon’s distance is on average 400,000 km from the Earth).
The concurrence of the asteroid with the Sun’s opposition to Jupiter – just before the total super moon solar eclipse on the 9th – could magnify events and bring developments of all kinds to a crescendo over the next few days and in the lead-up to the solar eclipse.
Be on the lookout for a lovely bright Jupiter after sunset; and for opportunities to move your life forward in the direction you’d like it to go, but be aware that matters over the next few days may seem larger than life. Good luck x