Mercury, Jupiter, and Neptune hog the limelight as our beleaguered home planet is one day closer to a powerful full moon. Favorable and challenging sky cycles interweave throughout the day. Offering humankind revelations are Mercury in Cancer trine Neptune in Pisces (4:44 a.m.)—then moving on to unite with the mean Dragon’s Head (5:22 a.m.)—the monthly euphoria-building lunar conjunction with Jupiter in Sagittarius (12:10 p.m.), and Neptune trine to the mean Dragon’s Head (8:50pm).
However, shadowy vibes are super-active as well, as Mercury contacts Ceres via a discordant, 135-degree link (12:40 a.m.) and then moves on to form disturbing 150-degree and polarity aspects to Jupiter (5:03 a.m.) and Saturn (7:02 a.m.). Jupiter square Neptune (8:23 a.m.) places a veil of illusion and confusion over the proceedings of the day. Since the full moon occurs at 1:32 a.m. on Monday, individual and group meditations are recommended. Strive toward rising upward to align with your higher destiny in this lifetime than on fulfilling low-level desires.
[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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