Cosmic Calendar

April 18, 2015
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While some of Pluto's intense stationary vibrations are still on the prowl, the universe is definitely signaling that a distinct change is on the way. First you need to happily and clearly get through a double dose of early hassles -- presented to humanity via a touchy square from Mercury to Juno (3:56AM) that can send conversations and feelings into a temporary tailspin as well as a dicey contra-parallel between Venus and Ceres (9:34AM) which has the capacity to downgrade your productivity quotient.

The celestial good news is the arrival of a New Moon (energizing 29 degrees of Aries at 11:58AM). Most solar-lunar unions call for immediate high-fives and forward momentum across the board, but some patience is required with this New Moon as it starts a short void-of-course Moon cycle that lasts until 2:32PM. It is wise to contemplate your next personal, business, and social moves during this 2 hour uncertainty zone. Once the Moon enters earthy Taurus (2:32PM), job number one is to get your financial affairs in order and be more pragmatic concerning the tangible work projects needing your attention.

Gear up for a strong array of sky configurations tomorrow -- highlighted by a dominant wave of Neptunian themes followed by the station and reversal of Pallas.

[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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