Today’s earliest hours may hold the key to success with main projects or assignments as the moon in Aries trines enthusiasm-generator Jupiter in Sagittarius (12:30 a.m.).
The strongest disturbance in The Force (a la Star Wars) comes from a lunar square to the planet of extremes Pluto (9:04 a.m.) that launches an 18 hour void lunar excursion that doesn’t end until earthy Taurus moon begins in earnest at 3:32 a.m. tomorrow. Mercury makes a valiant attempt to keep literary, business and healing efforts going as smoothly as possible by forming its annual polarity with Chiron (9:56 a.m.) and forging an inspirational, 72-degree contact with hopefully providential Jupiter (2:55 p.m.).
Nevertheless, going overboard in any direction during this void lunar extended time-period is more likely to be an exercise in futility rather than a sensible plan of action. Start preparing for Saturn making a station in Capricorn and shifting from reverse to direct early on Wednesday.
[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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