Tune in and go with the flow of a sensitive Pisces Moon. The work week gets off to a potentially dreamy start, courtesy of a 6AM meet-up with Neptune. The whole day may feel expansive, given that the material comfort-building Taurus Sun is in harmony with Jupiter, the cosmic sugar daddy. That aspect will be exact in the wee hours on Tuesday (3:58AM ET). Whee!
Around 9:23AM ET, your idealistic quest may get a boost when Jupiter opposes the Moon. At 12:38PM ET, Saturn shows up to either structure or streamline. A deeper perspective may be yours around 4:16PM ET, courtesy of Pluto. Moon goes void at 1:08AM ET on Tuesday…. not to enter the next sign — Aries — until 1:04PM ET. Chill overnight and tomorrow morning, hopefully enjoying a bit of expansive bliss during the Moon void. Remember that crises that crop up during voids are usually much ado about nothing….and with 37 planets now retrograde, a glitch or delay would not be unusual. Just look what some weasel did to the Large Hadron Collider last week — shut the whole thing down. Humans plan. Planets laugh. Bwahahahahahaha!
Once the Moon races into me-me-me Aries on Tuesday, the pace picks up noticeably. Moon goes void early Thursday — 12:17AM ET until 1:10PM ET. By the time the Moon enters Taurus, we’ll be in the dark side of the Moon, methodically wrapping up projects from the last New Moon agenda. The New Moon begins on Friday at 3:29PM ET…goes void at 10:10PM ET Friday night…and enters info-junkie Gemini at 12:34PM ET on Saturday.
Also on Saturday: a trine between the Sun and Pluto at 9AM ET may empower whatever abundant bliss you picked up on Tuesday’s trine between the Sun and Jupiter. You’ll feel that more personally if you have a planet or angle around 13 – 17 degrees of Capricorn, Taurus and especially Virgo. Jupiter will be at 13 degrees of Virgo all month — check your horoscope and see how its expansive potential may apply — or consult your local astrologer.
And now, the news.
The news is that there is no news today, just a photo essay entitled “Soaking Up Starlight on Sark.” Sark is one of the Channel Islands. There are no cars and no streetlights, which makes it perfect for star-gazing. Sounds like a lovely place for a Mercury REtrograde REtreat — enjoy the view — or take a cue from Radiohead and just disappear….
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