Cosmic Calendar

April 17, 2015
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This is a good point in the Cosmic Calendar to remind you that major alignments and cycles from one day don't just disappear the day after. Instead, they function a little below the threshold of wakeful consciousness, still operating with enormous sway and potency. Therefore, Mercury's three antagonistic aspects, the Vesta-Neptune conjunction, and Pluto's provocative standstill in Capricorn from Thursday continue to push the buttons of earthly mortals.

However, the universe provides you with a trio of advantageous alignments as the Moon in Aries forms a supportive, art-enhancing, 60-degree link to Venus in Gemini (12:41AM), the Moon trines upbeat and mentally-exuberant Jupiter (10:31AM), and Venus contacts Juno via 60-degrees (12:39PM) -- with this latter aspect stimulating the realms of beauty, fashion, style, and design.

Nevertheless, in keeping with yesterday's turmoil, Mars utters a war-cry as its squares Jupiter (5:30PM) and a shock to the system can ensue just a few minutes later during the monthly Moon-Uranus union (5:37PM). Since the dark-of-the-moon time of the month is also strong -- with the Aries New Moon happening tomorrow -- it is wise to complete odds and ends tonight instead of being too forceful for your own good.

[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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