The smoke of a confusing Mercury Neptune square exact early this morning lingers in the Skywatch as you start your day. Another kind of distraction shows up at 7:17 AM CDT when the Moon opposes jumpy Uranus—something unexpected is his trademark.
The Moon in partnership sign Libra then sails out into calm seas for a good spell and green lights come on for work or play. Finally, Luna makes a square to lazy Venus at 3:20 PM and then turns Void of Course until tomorrow morning. Stick to routine while the Moon is V/C, especially with Mercury still Retrograde until June 11.
Evening hours are still very good for social plans with the Moon in Venus-ruled Libra—reach out.
Surf’s up! The Skywatch is excellent for work or play Thursday morning.
The Moon in easygoing Libra trines the Sun at 6:31 AM CDT and then trines Mercury Retrograde at 1 PM Thursday afternoon. Trines bring times of balance and harmony. Luna makes one more trine at 4:25 PM to eager Mars giving us all an energy bump. The energy in the Skywatch quickly changes a few minutes later.
Caution lights come on as a confusing and maybe deceptive Mercury Rx square to dreamy Neptune powers up in the heavens, and becomes exact at 1:59 AM early Friday morning. A lot of people will be talking trash Thursday night. And it will be easy for a misunderstanding to take hold or an idea to get started that has no basis in fact this afternoon and evening. Mercury rules the winds and this pair could also signal a powerful storm on the weather maps.
Your sleep and dreams can be unusual, too, as they are ruled by Neptune. Best to keep it simple and to realize some pilgrims will be completely dialed out Thursday night, especially the young ones who will get dazzled by Neptune’s fantasy. A hot spot shows up as the Moon travels on to square stubborn Pluto at 11:10 PM—save the criticism for another night—nobody’s listening.
As times change.
Slow down, slow down. Caution lights.
Retrograde Mercury meets impatient Mars in the heavens at 5:37 AM CDT and there’s bound to be more than the usual trouble on the freeways Wednesday morning. Especially since the Moon is Void of Course from last night until she enters Libra at 3:42 PM this afternoon.
Stick to routine while the Moon is V/C. Green lights come back on once the Moon changes signs ending the V/C cycle. Evening hours are quiet but have a pleasant Moon Saturn sextile exact at 7:16 PM. This is a good night for a class/surfing and finding something practical that’s useful. Clear skies follow.
Green lights. Back to the work world and we’ve got a good day to make some progress.
The Moon is in analytical Virgo today suggesting a good day for detail work, as long as you double-check the details. Mercury remains in his Retrograde state and he rules the signs of Gemini and Virgo—those folks can give you lots of goofy stories about what happened to them during Mercury Rx. Well, it’s a fun story now, isn’t it?
Luna trines healing Pluto at 10:36 AM CDT creating an excellent atmosphere for priority calls and appointments Tuesday morning. Clear skies follow until the evening hours when the Moon sextiles sweet Venus at 9:21 PM. Luna turns Void of Course a minute later until she enters Libra tomorrow afternoon.
As times change.
Double caution lights. The Skywatch is accident prone, to say the least, on Monday.
The Moon enters Virgo at 4:52 AM CDT early Monday morning ending the V/C cycle from yesterday. But Luna squares grumpy Saturn at 6:48 AM and then squares the Sun at 12:19 PM. At the same time Venus squares Uranus suggesting unexpected problems with electrical/mechanical machines and people who don’t want to go along with the gang. The most difficult aspect on Monday follows as aggressive Mars squares spacey Neptune at 6:39 PM. Trouble lurks with this pair around drugs, booze and water. Don’t take your life jacket off if you get into a boat.
And with Mercury Retrograde, we can expect small problems (no gas in the tank) to create major problems (…and a storm is coming). Neptune robs Mars of energy and gives some folks the notion to steal or to deceive others. Squares create tension and are typically in the Skywatch when trouble comes around. It amazes me that most people do not understand how simple this Skywatch report is.
For thousands of years astrologers have watched what happened on Earth when Mars squares Neptune up above. This happens once a year. The planets don’t cast rays. Instead, astrologers look at the patterns formed by the planets and forecast the kind of energy they bring by looking at what has happened in the past. As above, so below. Planets forming squares up in the heavens signal times of stress here on Earth. The planets involved give you the flavor.
Keep it simple Monday night as Luna opposes sleepy Neptune at 11:34 PM and then squares feisty Mars a few minutes later. These are both low- energy aspects that could keep an argument going but will encourage early bedtimes for others Monday night. As times change.
Caution lights kick on Sunday morning after the Moon trines friendly Uranus at 5:49 AM as Luna then turns Void of Course until tomorrow morning. Moon V/C hours are splendid for dealing with art, music, the world of spirit and for helping others get along.
V/C hours are poor for dealing with the material world and making important decisions. But since it’s a holiday weekend, I bet you don’t even care if the Moon is V/C. Storm clouds begin to come in Sunday night as a series of stressful markers are up ahead.
Be safe and cool Sunday night. As times change.