If you think that yesterday's cacophony of challenging celestial alignments has dissipated, think again. It is more than likely that the two 90-degree links from Monday -- Venus square Vesta, and Mercury square Jupiter -- are still sending out disconcerting vibes regarding investment plans and big business ventures.
Fortunately, the two closest planets to Earth are attempting a rescue mission as the Moon makes its monthly union with Venus in Gemini (12:54PM) while Mars in Taurus forms a flowing trine with distant Pluto in Capricorn (2:36PM). The Moon-Venus conjunction definitely energizes artistic and social activities while the Mars-Pluto liaison is a boost for athletics and projects that require a lot of physical vitality and concentration.
Let your optimistic nature rule the roost later on as the Moon forms a supportive, 60-degree sextile to Jupiter in Leo (2:45PM) that is reinforced by a Moon-Jupiter parallel (6:24PM). Your intuitive hunches may pay off as the lunar orb approaches a constructive, 60-degree contact with Uranus (10:39PM). However, when this Moon-Uranus tie becomes exact, a void lunar limbo-zone begins in earnest that lasts until 9:27PM tomorrow. Temper your enthusiasm regarding key plans on Wednesday since the void lunar state of affairs casts an uncertain shadow for over 22 hours.
[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.]