Your Daily Cosmic Calendar for Sunday, Feb. 10th


The first major celestial movement of the day is significant as Mercury enters Pisces (2:52 a.m.) for a lengthy stay of over two months until April 16 due to a future retrograde cycle between March 5 and March 28. Mercury in Pisces reminds you to be truly empathic and lend a helping hand to dear ones on the edge.

Anticipate a ratcheting-up of tensions as the moon in Aries makes its monthly conjunctions with Mars and Uranus (12:49 p.m. and 3:49 p.m., respectively). The lunar union with surprise-bringer Uranus starts a void lunar limbo cycle that lasts until the moon enters earthy Taurus (5:30 p.m.). Meanwhile, Mercury points you in the direction of focusing attention on dealing carefully with business and professional matters by making a tense, 45-degree tie to Saturn (4:27 p.m.) and a much more encouraging, 72-degree link to Jupiter (10:06 p.m.).

Asteroid watchers should recognize that Juno re-enters Gemini (8:22 p.m.) until April 20. (Juno had been briefly in Gemini from September 29 to October 24, 2018.) Strive for crystal-clear discussions with loved ones to prevent a resurgence of bickering over minor concerns.

[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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