Your Daily Cosmic Calendar for Monday, October 22

An assortment of celestial provocations are once again back on center stage while the sun spends its last full day traveling through relationship-oriented Libra. Five challenging alignments include three solar link-ups — to Chiron (1:23am), Neptune (4:18am), and Uranus (7:15am) — while a Mars-Jupiter parallel (7:37am) and Mercury-Saturn 45-degree clash (6:50pm) add weight to today’s rise in overall tensions. The moon in Aries does support your enhancing leadership credentials across the board. Research projects and in-depth studies are recommended due to a supportive, 60-degree arc between Mercury and Pluto (12:15pm). Since the next full moon will occur on Wednesday, today and tomorrow constitute a 48-hour preparatory time-period for absorbing and transmitting the illuminating spiritual energies about to be released at the forthcoming solar-lunar crescendo.

[Note to readers: All times are now 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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