Wednesday, March 6

Who’s on first?  

Caution lights are up today.  We have a New Moon in spacey Pisces.  And worse, the Sun and the Moon both conjunct dreamy Neptune in the heavens.  

The New Moon pulls exact at 8:04 am PST which generally calls out a good day to initiate new plans and to take action.  But Luna immediately meets unrealistic Neptune in the heavens at 8:48 am increasing the odds of errors and misunderstandings today with Mercury now Retrograde.  

One note of sanity appears at 12:58 pm when Luna sextiles dependable Saturn.  But the Sun meets dreamer Neptune at 5:01 pm and the Moon squares opinionated Jupiter at 9:37 pm. Both of these markers keep the caution lights flashing.  

There might be some relief and sanity when the Moon sextiles healing Pluto at 9:41 pm.  Best, however, if you stay out of the line of fire today and don’t believe all you hear - Neptune and the truth are often strangers.

4 thoughts on “Wednesday, March 6

  1. Bea

    Interesting concept Jack! We’ve had hot massive fires in Ca. However, uranus was in early Taurus, i think, for part of that fire episode vs Aries. Or before inching back into Aries.
    Maybe Lance will know about the devil in these details.

  2. lance Ferguson

    Uranus entered Taurus on May 15…..then backed into Aries on Nov 6…and returns to Taurus again on March 6.

  3. Bea

    The Butte County Campfire broke out 11/8/18. Thats a little too close for comfort. The 3rd “big” fire event in Ca witthin past year (of Mars in Aires) , and the most devastating.

    Now you have me wondering about earthquakes, with Mars & Uranus in Taurus. !

    The blaze destroyed nearly 14,000 homes and left at least 85 dead with many still unaccounted for.
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — It has been one month since the devastating Camp Fire began on Nov. 8, 2018. The blaze destroyed nearly 14,000 homes and left at least 85 dead with many still unaccounted for. From the moment the fire broke out to the evacuations of thousands, several residents recorded apocalyptic video of the inferno creeping its way through the town of Paradise in Butte County.


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