This is a good point in the Cosmic Calendar to remind you that major sky cycles on one day don’t just disappear 24 hours later. Instead, they remain potent and influential in a subliminal manner rather than front and center on your main conscious radar screen. Therefore, Sunday’s triple dose of celestial discontent is still rippling through the undercurrents of humanity’s collective awareness.
Now, add on an off-kilter, 150-degree aspect between the sun in Gemini and Saturn in Capricorn (2:05 a.m.), a 12 hour void lunar cycle in Virgo that starts at 5:02 a.m. and lasts until the moon enters airy Libra (5:30 p.m.), and the annual solar opposition to Jupiter in Sagittarius (8:29 a.m.). Trying to push your personal agenda under these un-heavenly circumstances is a no-no. Mercury squaring problem-solver Pallas (7:22 p.m.) is another reason to turn within for guidance instead of trying to put your stamp on the world. Fortunately, the moon in Libra trine to Venus in Gemini (9:56 p.m.) is a step in the right direction, particularly useful for improving the quality of key relationships.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Daylight Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]
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