If you were heeding the warning included toward the end of Sunday's calendar entry, then you know today may be the opposite of a leisurely walk in the park. The best news of the day appears early as the 22 hour void lunar uncertainty zone in Leo that began yesterday concludes at 1:53AM with the arrival of earthy, meticulous Virgo.
As the rest of the day ensues, strive to be a super-organizer and efficiency master in order to avoid losing your cool and making mistakes you will regret. The following outrageous line-up of celestial adversity includes six squares, one 45-degree aspect, and one opposition: The Moon squares Saturn (4:49AM), the Sun makes a frictional, 45-degree tie with Uranus (6:34AM), Venus squares Uranus (10:11AM), the First Quarter Sun-Moon Phase (activating 5 degrees of Gemini and Virgo at 10:20AM) is also a square pattern, Pallas squares Vesta (3:12PM), Mars squares Neptune (4:39PM), the Moon opposes Neptune (9:34PM), and the Moon squares Mars (9:52PM).
Certainly, being very careful and cautious across the board is a necessity today and risk-taking in any form is anathema, but you almost have to laugh and simultaneously marvel at how the universe is able to concoct this kind of litany of Earth-shockers. Rather than become frozen in fear or feel blocked from making any sensible moves, read the insightful words of favorite poets, teachers, and philosophers for a change of pace -- especially as the Moon in the sixth sign of the zodiac always prods human souls to keep on learning to become eventual knowledge-and-wisdom keepers.
[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.]