It would be great to report that on the day after the equinox and a full moon that everything is coming up roses. While Venus in Aquarius forming a supportive, 60-degree link with Jupiter in Sagittarius (7:18 a.m.) can offer you a terrific boost across the board, a quartet of celestial pranksters could become a temporary nemesis. The foursome to sidestep includes Venus squaring Mars (1:08 a.m.), Juno contacting radical-change agent Uranus via a tense, 45-degree tie (4:17 a.m.), Vesta squaring Jupiter (7:44 a.m.) and Mars forming a challenging, 150-degree link to Jupiter (12:44 p.m.).
The proper safety net is peacefully striving to improve your key relationships while developing higher talents in the fine and graphic arts as the moon glides through Libra. The sun connecting with Saturn by an inspirational, 72-degree rapport (10:45 p.m.) becomes an evening asset when it comes to stabilizing business and professional activities.
[Note to readers: All times are 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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