Today is the last day of Moon in bold and fearless Aries before we begin a fresh lunar cycle on Wednesday.
See this as a chance to initiate the need for personal or societal change being driven by idealistic and reformative Uranus in Aries and a retrograde Mercury.
As we head for the long weekend, many of us may feel a bit restless. If you yearn for some excitement or a change of pace, then you’re likely to be in luck. The Sun and Uranus will join forces in passionate Aries to shake things up and free you from personal constrictions.
News flash! However satisfied you may be feeling with any progress made yesterday, expect a few spanners to be thrown in the works this weekend, care of a cardinal T-square involving the Sun, Jupiter and Pluto. Parents and authority figures may suddenly attempt to…
After the intensity of recent days, things will thankfully begin to calm down again over the weekend, beginning with Mercury’s entrance into placid and patient Taurus at 18h30 BST. See this as a good moment to consolidate what you’ve learnt in recent days and if needed, switch off for a bit.
Today the principals of justice, fairness and equality are set to clash with the traditions and modus operandi of the establishment and ruling elite. Power games and legal battles are likely as these two planetary giants go into battle with each other at 18h18 BST.
Today Mercury and Saturn help to temporarily stem the madness and intensity of Thursday’s impending Jupiter-Pluto square – the latest episode in the saga that is the Mercury T-square.
In the early hours of this morning, we enters a fresh 4 week lunar cycle, thanks to a New Moon in Aries.
Today we enter a sort of alternate universe – a magical space in which dreams, imagination and ideals hold sway – and for once, are privileged over the usual pragmatic and material concerns.
Steel yourself for some dramatic developments and disturbing news this weekend, care of a T-square involving Mercury, Pluto and Jupite
Today at 10h30 GMT, the Sun enters Aries, an event that also marks the equinox: the official start of spring/autumn, depending upon which hemisphere you live in.