Daily Cosmic Calendar for Friday, December 7
Following any new moon, there should be a burst of dynamic energy in a forward direction. However, it’s an illusion to think that because Mercury is no longer retrograde that it is actually moving ahead with great speed. In fact, Mercury has barely any motion for the next day or two. Therefore, rushing ahead with a lot of plans doesn’t make sense — particularly as Mars pummels humankind with a trio of celestial hassles led by a parallel and conjunction with Neptune at 14 degrees of Pisces (3:20am and 6:12am, respectively) and an abrasive, 45-degree tie to frequently rebellious-cantankerous Uranus (2:53pm). Adding to the potential misery index is a solar parallel to sometimes frustration-building Saturn (7:59am). The main cosmic support comes from a lunar parallel to providential Jupiter (9:52pm). Get set for Chiron’s change from reverse to direct tomorrow.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated as 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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