The cosmos is attempting to create a state of order and calm on Spaceship Earth, but hasn't been doing a very good job of it during the last five days. There are two major hurdles to jump over today as Mars makes an off-kilter, 150-degree link to Vesta (2:06AM) while Saturn and Pluto form a potentially depressing parallel at 21 degrees south of the Celestial Equator (8:07PM). Pushing egocentric agendas while Mars, Saturn, and Pluto accentuate their ornery natures are taboo.
Fortunately, some comforting vibrations enter the scene as the Moon leaves its void condition in Aquarius for empathic, compassionate Pisces (12:32AM). All-around productivity can increase due to the monthly Moon-Ceres conjunction (8:10AM) and healing forces gain strength as Mars trines Chiron (11:16AM). Try your hand at writing rhyme poetry, limericks or haiku during the monthly Moon-Neptune merger (3:03PM) or improvise with a video camera.
To counter the dour emanations broadcasting from the Saturn-Pluto link-up, Venus trines Jupiter in earth signs (11:55PM) -- signaling a possible improvement, with ebullient overtones, in the social, artistic, educational and business conditions within many countries around the world.
[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.]