Astro-logical Forecast for Thursday 6/19/2014: The Other Shoe…

The empathetic Pisces Moon is enthusiastically supported by harmonious contacts with Jupiter (cosmic sugar daddy) and Venus at 7:15AM ET and 9:15AM ET, respectively. Sweet talk is favored in the morning hours. At 2:36PM ET, the Moon squares the Sun, suggesting a challenge to whatever realization you had on last week’s Full Moon. Testy communication between two very idealistic entities may be encountered; check the facts and chill out before striking out,  given a brief Moon void (3:06PM – 5:26PM ET) and Mercury still being retrograde.

At 5:26PM ET the pace noticeably quickens when the Moon charges into me-me-me Aries, possibly falling down stairs because it’s faster than walking. I expect an uptick in horns and sirens, too — alas. Patience is not an Aries strong point, courage definitely is. At 6:50PM ET the Sun makes that idealistic hook-up with Mercury I mentioned earlier this week; see how that manifests in communication. Speech and mindset  — color it rose — are likely to become prominent in the headlines, since this hook-up is happening near one of the solstice points. More rosy hues — some of it bewildering — may be reflected by nebulous Neptune, currently running wild (i.e., not connected to any other planet).

Humming in the background is a slowly-approaching, but oh-so-edgy connection between action hero Mars in diplomatic Libra…to rebel Uranus in Aries. That contact — an opposition — will be exact next Wednesday, and it will complete the dance we’ve seen since December of Mars in Libra making contact with the never-ending Uranus-Pluto square. As we’ve seen in the past, Mars-Uranus contact suggests breakthrough in action, often volatile and/or that disrupt the status quo.  You may be feeling the expectant buzz more personally if you have a planet or angle around 12 to 17 degrees of Aries, Cancer, Libra or Capricorn, which would include having a birthday around the 4th – 7th of July, October, January or April. This would include the United States.

There’s so much to write about in the headlines today, that if I started to do so, I wouldn’t finish this post until sundown.

To be continued….

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