A mixture of challenging and favorable sky cycles is on tap with four encouraging alignments attempting to negate the stress-emanating vibrations emerging from four celestial troublemakers. Assisting human souls are flowing trines from the moon in Cancer to Neptune (3:16 a.m.), Venus (8:06 a.m.), and Mercury (4:34 p.m.)—all of which are in Pisces. The other heavenly helpmate is Venus forming a supportive, 60-degree alliance with Saturn in Capricorn (8:09 a.m.).
The discordant forces include Mercury in contra-parallel with Chiron (8:59 a.m.), the first-quarter sun-moon phase (activating 23 degrees of Aries and Cancer at 12:07 p.m.), the moon making its monthly polarity to keeper-of-secrets Pluto (1:02 p.m.), and Mars contacting Jupiter via a contra-parallel (4:39 p.m.). The quartet of troublemakers is given extra oomph as an 8 hour void lunar cycle in Cancer starts at 4:34 p.m. and ends with the arrival of fiery Leo moon tomorrow at 12:51 a.m. It is better to immerse yourself in a literary or film classic than to stir up any strained familial relationships.
[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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