Look before you leap is a sensible proverb to consider on this first day after the full moon. Drop old worries like hot potatoes as the lunar orb in meticulous Virgo makes potentially confusion-generating oppositions to Neptune (7:24 a.m.) and Mercury (11:12 a.m.)—both of which are in Pisces.
While the moon then provides some solace by forming harmonious trines to Saturn (9:33 a.m.), Venus (1:46 p.m.), and Pluto (5:53 p.m.) in Capricorn, psychic storm warnings are posted due to the sun making a contraparallel with Uranus (11:51 a.m.) and moving on to form an abrasive, 45-degree tie to Saturn (2:56 p.m.) while Pallas and Uranus repeat their opposition (7:39 p.m.) from February 7.
Avoid mental fatigue and making foolish mistakes. Stock up on cereals, grains, veggies, fruit, tea, nuts, seeds, and seasonings with the moon continuing its transit through the sixth sign of the zodiac. Be aware that a 12 hour void lunar uncertainty cycle starts at 5:53 p.m. and lasts until Libra moon begins at 6:18 a.m. tomorrow.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated as 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.]
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