Daily Cosmic Calendar for Friday, February 21

Mysteries, secrets, the odd and unusual are all seemingly up for grabs on this strange day in February. From the straightforward and easy-to-understand department, primary partnerships gain an early advantage — courtesy of Juno forming an inspirational, 72-degree rapport with Pluto (9:14AM) followed by a supportive, 60-degree sextile between the Moon in Scorpio and Venus in Capricorn (10:05AM). It is shortly thereafter that feathers begin being ruffled as the Moon parallels Saturn (11:08AM) and Venus (2:09PM) while the monthly Moon-Saturn conjunction happens just two minutes later (2:11PM). The lunar orb making a double-contact with Saturn indicates the need to slow down in business and professional matters.  Further caution is recommended because the Moon-Saturn union at 2:11PM begins a 12-hour void lunar twilight zone that lasts until 2:13AM on Saturday when the Moon enters fiery Sagittarius. Of course — as mentioned in this calendar over many decades — it is much better to be finishing old projects during a void-of-course Moon cycle than launching new ventures.  In addition, the Sun parallels Neptune (3:34PM) — a prelude to their zodiacal rendezvous coming up on Sunday. A Sun-Neptune parallel can be just as powerful as a conjunction — placing an emphasis on working imaginatively in the realms of film, photography, the graphic arts, music and dance. It is wise to be in synch with your spiritual studies. The shadow side of this celestial encounter can mean a temporary rise in confusion and chaos — especially on emotional levels. [Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Standard 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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