Before the lunar orb in Aries begins a void zone at 1:48 a.m. (during the monthly moon conjunction with Mercury) lasting for 11 hours until the moon enters earthy Taurus (1:19 p.m.), you can experience a wave of optimism and euphoria—courtesy of a flowing trine between the moon and King of the Gods Jupiter (1:07 a.m.) while the moon also parallels love goddess Venus (1:20 a.m.).
It is always good to remember that during any void lunar cycle, finishing old business on a high note is the rule of thumb while launching any bold plans is a no-no. This is reinforced because the dark-of-the-moon monthly phase is potent throughout this 24-hour time-period and for many hours tomorrow until the new moon in Taurus takes place. While gardening and exploring Mother Nature’s wonders are center stage with the moon’s presence in Taurus for the next two days, steer clear of mental fatigue as the sun forms an abrasive, 150-degree tie to Pallas (5:21 p.m.). Breakthroughs in higher consciousness and tuning into the future ahead of time are in the hopper as the moon embraces intuition-boosting Uranus (7:16 p.m.).
[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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