Your Daily Cosmic Calendar for Wednesday, October 31

The stage is set for a rather wild cosmic adventure during the last 24 hours of October. Trickster sky configurations definitely overwhelm treat-providing alignments as Venus and Uranus, both retrograde, make an opposition (1:46am) while Mercury quickly follows with a potentially disturbing, 150-degree link to often unpredictable Uranus (2:37am). By expecting the unexpected, there is a good chance you can avoid experiencing shocks to the system. Mercury moves on to parallel diligent, hard-working Saturn (6:42am) in a clear attempt to replace surprises coming out of left field with a sensible agenda to help human souls maintain forward progress. However, the combination of the crisis-inducing last quarter sun-moon phase (energizing 9 degrees of Scorpio and Leo at 9:41am), Venus retrograding back into Libra (12:43pm) and Mercury accosting investment-wise Vesta via a tense, 45-degree link (10:32pm) adds a discordant tone to the battle of nerves taking place with Uranus so influential in the psychic atmosphere of humanity. Your seemingly mission-impossible type job is to stay above the fray, not give in to any lower impulses, and remain a goodwill ambassador to everyone you encounter in need of a little extra tenderness.

[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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