Astro-logical Forecast for Wednesday 6/5/3013: Tonight At Noon*

A restless buzz battles the comfort and stability-preserving needs of the Moon in Taurus, which goes void of course with a long sigh at 9:25AM ET. This void period…during which the Taurus Moon will make no aspect with any other planet…lasts until 11:32PM ET on Thursday. And we are at the end of the lunar cycle, in that listless phase where we sense that something new is on the horizon, but we don’t quite know what it is. Chill, baby, chill!

The restless buzz is attributable to a number of patterns, First, the information and communication-oriented Gemini Sun is, as the Moon soon will be — unaspected — and thus running wild in cosmos, demanding focus, even though it isn’t quite sure how to fit in. Jupiter is also unaspected — and running wild like a giant wind bag — also in blah blah blah Gemini. Third, mental Mercury is fast approaching a supercharged alignment with Uranus (the mad scientist) and oh-so-perspicacious Pluto, which is what got me up at 4:45 AM, even though the exact aspects won’t happen until Friday and Saturday, respectively. Finally, we’ve got action-driven Mars in multi-tasking Gemini, about to square off with nebulous Neptune. This connection can be starstruck, surreal, irritable,bewildering, visionary or infectious…and you’re feeling that particular pattern if you were born around the 23rd of February, May, August or November…or if you have a planet or angle around 5 degrees of Pisces, Gemini, Virgo or Sagittarius.

Over the next few days I expect we’ll see a number of startling revelations and breakthroughs, including news from underground. Here are two from today’s pages: an update on an ancient underwater city and this bit about a Brooklyn townhouse with a deceptive facade (Mars square Neptune). Falling into the category of Revolution in General here’s an update on the situation in Turkey (government cracks down on protestors fighting to save a park from being turned into a shopping mall), and a few setbacks for Monsanto here and here — which the mainstream media doesn’t seem to be covering as much as it could. Cue Joni Mitchell now, please…

…and be patient with whatever twists and delays may crop up over the next two days in your efforts to move forward in a straight line. That crisis that just landed on your desk is likely “much ado about nothing”.

*a reference to a wonderful book by Sue Mingus about her life with jazz great Charles Mingus — which fits the musical, magical and surreal potential of current planetary patterns…



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