Out of the frying pan and into the fire! Ever since the Sun entered Sagittarius this past Sunday, the universe has been cooking up one spicy and exotic planetary stew after another. Today's hard-to-digest celestial dish is a Saturn-square-Neptune serving (4:16AM) - activating 7 degrees of Sagittarius and Pisces.
When the planet of the material realm (Saturn) is at loggerheads with the planet of the spiritual realm (Neptune), business as usual doesn't click on all cylinders. Trying to make things happen your way via egocentric bullying tactics is taboo.
Signing your John Hancock on legal documents can easily boomerang or create long-term confusion. [Saturn and Neptune will make future squares in this series next year on June 17 and September 10.] The Moon in Gemini square to Chiron in Pisces (1:19PM) and Jupiter in Virgo (7:25PM), along with an intensity-building Sun-Pluto parallel (9:42PM), don't exactly make you feel chipper and joyful. Since this day is part of a 48-hour time-period following yesterday's Full Moon, it is wise to play a Good Samaritan role to the best of your ability.
Venus making a subtle and yet still supportive, 30-degree liaison with Jupiter (5:03PM) and the Moon trine Venus in air signs (7:36PM) can surround you with a moderate sense of well-being and harmony. Nevertheless, the Moon-Venus connection also begins a new, 15 hour void lunar twilight zone in Gemini that continues in effect until the Moon enters Cancer on Friday at 11:28AM. Plus, the comet-like centaur-body Chiron in Pisces is poised to shift from retrograde to direct tomorrow at 10:44PM.
Get ready for another day of circumstances beyond your control
being in the driver's seat.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated for 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.]