Nearing tomorrow's potent Full Moon could feel like entering a psychic war-zone as several planetary pranksters let loose their shadow sides on struggling humanity.
A double-barreled artillery display occurs in the early going as the Sun makes an intense, 135-degree link to joker-and-jester disguised Uranus (6:16AM) while Mars and Neptune spread illusions instead of reality via their off-kilter, 150-degree tie (7:59AM). The Moon in Taurus, Pluto in Capricorn, and Jupiter in Virgo make a valiant attempt to create stability by designing a grand triangle in earth signs as the Moon trines Pluto (6:57AM) and Jupiter (5:27PM).
The two largest celestial bodies -- the Sun and Jupiter -- are also on the encouraging side of the astro-psychic spectrum as they form an inspirational, 72-degree tie (1:56PM). However, it is easy for things to turn frustrating or chaotic as a 15 hour void lunar cycle begins in Taurus (5:27PM) lasting until 9:16AM tomorrow while Mercury unites with Saturn tonight at 7 degrees of Sagittarius (8:58PM) followed 2 hours later by Mercury squaring Neptune in Pisces (11:16PM).
There is definitely a rising ouch-factor and sense of increasing annoyance in this heavenly version of the child's game of musical chairs. Mars trines Ceres in air signs (9:47PM) in a seemingly last-ditch attempt to right the cosmic ship of state. Nevertheless, the bloom appears to be off this rose of a day and it is wise to strive for serenity overnight.
[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.]