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If it was up to the Aquarius Moon alone, today would be great! The only aspect she makes is a sweet trine to jovial Jupiter in Libra, perfect for seeing both sides from a nicely objective point of view. With everything else happening in the sky today, we’re very lucky to have the dispassionate Aquarius Moon to help us process the incoming information. 🌠☾♒🌠

Two other events happen today that may make our lives interesting. One is Pluto stationing retrograde at 19° 24′ Capricorn and the other is Mercury moving back into Aries. Pluto stations are subterranean in their effects, often dredging up information we aren’t too comfortable with having on display. Probably the least desirable way to handle these revelations is to attempt to shove them back under cover because that will only draw more attention to them. Simple acceptance from a neutral position is usually the most sensible response.

Once Mercury returns to the last few degrees of Aries, it will conjoin Uranus in Aries and be trine Saturn in Sagittarius until May 16. Saturn keeps the lid on the explosive Mercury-Uranus conjunction and enables us to come up with innovative but workable solutions. We’ll still need to practice patience until Mercury goes direct on May 3 . . . something I’m sure everyone is tired of hearing. 🙂

Note: Timing is averaged for EDT to PDT.

Image:  Aquarius © Yuhon

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