The Daily Cosmic Calendar for Wednesday, February 13


It would be great to sound the all-clear signal that following yesterday’s powder keg in the cosmos, you can now relax in peace and tranquility. The Moon’s entry in Gemini (1:33 a.m.) after an 11 hour void lunar dispensation is welcome news for your enjoying favorite arts, crafts and hobbies. In addition, the moon’s monthly union with Juno (3:01 a.m.) can equate with improvement in primary partnerships if you are using words to heal and support rather than criticize.

Plus, some problems can be resolved and investments energized as Venus forms an inspirational, 72-degree rapport with Pallas (12:06 p.m.) while Mercury merges its mental agility with Vesta’s eternal-flame essence at 7 degrees of Pisces (12:38 p.m.).

Nevertheless, antagonistic forces can leap out of the cosmic shadows to spoil your best efforts as Mercury is contra-parallel Uranus (1:46 a.m.) and squares Ceres (8:35 a.m.) while Mars provokes strategy-expert Pallas via a testy polarity (4:57 a.m.). By maintaining a sense of balance and equilibrium you can keep the proverbial wolves away — at least for the day.

[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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