by Heather Roan Robbins
We enter the heart of spring renewal as Easter and Passover begin the week and the earthy Taurus Sun ends it. It’s a week of wildcards, unusual events provide us with opportunities to pay off some debts and heal old difficulties, to return to familiar traditions, people, and emotional scenarios, and reconnect with the best. But if we get stuck in old patterns, we renew them for another cycle. It’s up to us to evolve, renew, and handle familiar difficulties with a fresh perspective.
Those difficulties arise as our impulse control is down and our judgment spotty as the weekend begins. Mercury and Venus, two planets that symbolize how we interact with one another, are both retrograde and working peculiarly. Life is fine on an ordinary day, albeit with a few minor delays and klutziness, but once problems arise they can escalate quickly. The depths of our psyche are being stirred and people will tend to react with extra charge (missiles, guns, angry words) and not think through consequences.
So let’s be part of the de-escalation team. Once a problem begins to wobble, once misunderstandings pile up or coffee cups begin to fall, it helps to just hold still a moment. Take a break and find center, then approach the problem with more space and time to listen to one another. Be willing to try and truly understand, rather than just make a point. Take a deep breath and check motives; are we doing this to avoid a more complex problem that needs to be looked at, or are we doing this because it needs to be done. Keep the compassionate heart and sense of humor engaged.
Just about every summer has a time when many planets retrograde. Retrogrades are no excuse to blame for the world’s woes or to get out of ordinary civility with one another. Retrogrades are only a planet appearing to back up against the sky because of the difference between their orbit and ours. That doesn’t mean we should stop living. We still need to travel, love, sign documents, and talk with another. We just need to do so with extra attention and introspection, read the fine print and think through the consequences of our actions. The retrogrades send us back to work on the past to heal, learn, repair, repay, and reflect.
Venus is presently in a sign that she likes, in sensitive Pisces, and turns direct on Saturday after an introspective and emotional time (since March 5). Possibly either our creative process our emotional patterns were not able to push forward, but needed to tend to unfinished business with people, events, and work from the past. We may still need to be in touch with old friends and look at old patterns to see if we can do better this time, but fresh input is coming soon.
Mercury retrogrades April 9-May 3, and asks us to work around technical glitches, odd timing, delays in transportation or communication, all of which can be worked around with attention, patience, and an occasional do-over. But once a problem begins to wobble, once misunderstandings pile up or coffee cups begin to fall, it helps to just hold still a moment. Take a break and find center. Then approach the problem with more space and time to listen to one another. Be willing to try and truly understand, rather than just make a point. Keep the compassionate heart engaged.
This weekend Venus turns direct and sextiles Mars under a more cheerful and exploratory Sagittarius Moon. We may feel a little volatile because we’re extra emotional, but there’s also extra room for love., which will help those families gathering for holidays. Work turns more serious on Monday, so take advantage of a flash of competence, but watch out for strange ego and power trips in the process, and curb a desire to control others. It furthers to hold strong, but not engage directly in that fight.
The Sun enters Taurus on Wednesday and conjuncts Mercury, Pluto turns retrograde on Thursday and sends us back for a few months to reconsider how we use personal, political, and electrical power, just as Mercury backs into Aries.
Friday, April 14: Stay flexible and be ready to adjust last-minute plans as recent wildcards can throw us off center. Exercise compassion in small ways and large as Venus stations. Art projects, like dying Easter eggs, can soothe the soul but may not turn out like we intended. Tonight, spirits can lift around dinner time, but evening brings questions about the next step.
Moon enters Sagittarius 4:26 AM, Moon semi-square Jupiter 9:15 AM, Moon semi-square Pluto 1:17 PM.
Saturday, April 15: Early morning misunderstandings can snaggle us. We can spin in circles today, hopefully can laugh with each, but if we push or try to rush, slapstick will ensue, and old feelings spill out. We can manage. Let’s warm our hearts by reconnecting with traditions and people that brought us joy before as Venus turns direct. This day works best when we take spontaneous opportunities, let go of our agenda and engage creative process together.
Venus turns direct 4:17 AM, Moon squares Neptune 7:14 PM, Moon squares Jupiter 3:15 PM.
Sunday, April 16: Take advantage of beautiful opportunities to shift perspective this morning as the Moon trines Uranus and the sun. Break routine with a moment of spirit. Midday social awkwardness can complicate, unless we keep our priorities clear and laugh with one another as friendly Venus sextiles Mars. The mood grows serious and potentially controlling later as the Moon conjunct serious Saturn and enters competent Capricorn. We may need to just nail down the details, or finish last minute taxes, but also may need to let go of our imagined goal and co-create instead. Honor each other’s differences.
Moon trine Uranus 6:08 AM, Moon trine Sun 10:45 AM, Moon square Venus 10:53 AM, Moon conjunct Saturn 12:26 PM, Moon enters Capricorn 5:04 PM, Venus sextile s Mars 7:26 PM, Moon trine Mercury 9:54 PM
Monday, April 17: This is an ambitious, determined, day. Before building momentum, make sure everybody is on the same track. A flurry of, competence can support us can help us get things going, but be careful because people can be unusually belligerent if someone gets in their way. Tonight, our minds move into reaction and need to totally space out or can make mistakes as the Sun semi-squares Neptune.
Sun trine Saturn 6:43 AM, Moon sextile Mercury 7:54 PM, Sun semi-square Neptune 10:58 PM.
Tuesday, April 18: Our feelings run deep this morning as the Moon conjuncts Pluto, our hearts may feel heavy. Notice a potential opportunity to move forward where we have already sketched out the path, but be wary of snap decisions. Hold boundaries clearly, just watch for a temptation to get aggressive instead of to stand firm. Edginess around dinner time can soften late tonight as the Moon first squares anxious Uranus and then sextiles friendly Venus.
Moon semi-square Jupiter 3:02 AM, Moon conjunct Pluto 7:57 AM, Moon square Uranus 6:53 PM, Moon sextile Venus 11:21 PM
Wednesday, April 19: Keep a steady pace, attitude soft but alert, and coordinate with others while the mood softens. Early morning action as the Moon trines Mars slows into a steady, if somewhat awkward, rhythm midday. Dance with one another; the mood can be generally amiable with a tendency to bump into sharp corners and one another as the Moon enters sociable Aquarius, the Sun enters earthy Taurus, and they square off.
Moon semi-square Neptune 1:41 AM, Moon trine Mars to 19 a.m., Moon square Sun 3:56 AM, Moon enters Aquarius 4:51 AM, Moon squares Mercury 6:31 AM, Sun enters Taurus 3:26 PM, Sun conjunct Mercury 11:53 PM.
Thursday, April 20: On this potentially difficult day we can wrangle about how power is utilized. Some deep hidden issue comes to the surface, plots ripen, and we can feel a strong urge to tell someone off as Pluto retrogrades and thoughtful Mercury backs into feisty Aries. Afternoon brings more potential for diplomacy as the Moon trines Jupiter; set a generous example and reap rewards.
Moon semi-square Venus 4:48 AM, Moon semi-square Saturn 5:15 AM, Pluto stations retrograde 6:48 AM, Mercury retrogrades into Aries 11:37 AM, Moon trine’s Jupiter 12:50 AM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Feel that existential spring restlessness, enthusiasm, and general contrariness set off by the recent Aries overload, with the Sun, Mercury. Venus, and Uranus all in brash Aries. Our energy can come in bursts and waves, cat-like, with patches of lassitude between, as Aries brings energy for a dash, not a marathon. This extra electrical energy can turn into anxiety in a flash, as it turns up both our bravery, but also our fight or flight response; we can handle real problems with aplomb, but can turn up our nerve-volume and respond out of proportion to life’s lesser emergencies.
We may also feel spring fever curling sensuously around the edges with Venus and Mars in each other’s sign (Venus in Aries, Mars in Taurus, signs they find uncomfortable but interconnected). Procreation after a cold winter is a form of rebellion for all life forms.
The energy relaxes a bit and get some stamina back as Mercury leaves Aries and enters earthier, steadier, Taurus later today. Mercury turns retrograde next week, April 9-May 4; it eventually dips back into Aries and so Mercury is already in its shadow, which means it’s going through the part of the zodiac that it backs into on its retrograde cycle. We can begin to see progress slow down and our memories sprout up. Mercury retrograde will be great for people studying for exams, because it helps us review the past and remember what we learned. We’ll all be studying for some form of exam whether we know it or not. If the memories boil up from the past and our progress slows down, let’s see if we can distill what it is we’ve learned from the past rather than recapitulate the same mistakes.
Venus is now retrograde, and backs into Pisces, returning us to some emotional work we participated in Jan 4-Feb 3 (when Venus first walked through Pisces this cycle). Venus can bring oceanic waves of emotion in Pisces but can also leave us occasionally tired or feeling victimized, a place we need to watch. Keep those Piscean compassionate doors open. Think back to any passive, stuck, or depressive feeling in the persona, professional or political realms in January, and find the creative strands of hope and compassion, Pisces’ gift, to stay empowered and stabilize the feelings.
Now Venus retrograde is a lovely time for exposing scandals of all types, it points out where ever our actions and our values do not match. It’s a good time for us to review our life and make sure we are walking out talk. News may also bring a ringside seat as juicy scandal comes to the surface and repairs need to be made. But let’s not be too gullible and believe everything we hear, especially if it reinforces our presumptions. Investigate rather than gossip, or that coming Mercury retrograde could set us up for a fall.
As the weekend begins, the Moon enters verbal Gemini and helps us find the words. This weekend is a wonderful time to share the beauty of word through song, poetry, rhetoric. And a good time prepare the ground for gardening.
Hold the planting of ideas, relationships, or seeds until the Moon enters fertile Cancer on Sunday. We can soften into new understanding with one another but may lose momentum for pragmatic accomplishments. Momentum picks up again Tuesday as Mars trines Pluto, though some work project may either be put on hold or send us back to the drawing table for refinement as Saturn retrogrades. Questions arise around authority and chains of command, and can produce some fertile introspection on both the political and personal scenes in the months ahead.
Friday, March 31: Let’s talk it out today as a verbal Gemini Moon sextiles Venus. Mercury enters Taurus midday and can give beauty to our words, calm down inflammation and inflamed attitudes, though it can entrench opinions. Don’t insist: instead, persuade, jostle, tease, share perspectives. Tonight, notice a desire to for comfort through camaraderie and appreciate a silly streak as stress relief.
Moon enters Gemini 10:40 AM, Mercury enters Taurus 11:30 AM, Moon sex tiles Venus 12:33 PM.
Saturday, April 1: Let’s laugh at ourselves and enjoy the art form of a simple prank, rather than take it out on one another this April Fools’ Day. Keep the heart open though. Use this teasing streak to defuse some tension and in warm the coals of relationship as Venus semi-squares Mars and increases irritation or a tendency to be out of synch with one another. But let’s not push others to have a sense of humor where there is none, because the joke will be on us. We’ll find it easier to laugh after dinner as the Moon trines expansive Jupiter
Venus semi-squares Mars 12:17 AM, Moon sextile Sun 2:19 a.m., Moon square Neptune 7:45 AM, Moon trine Jupiter 6:01 PM.
Sunday, April 2: Deal with practical and bureaucratic details this morning as the Moon opposes organized Saturn; people may be cranky, but communicative and relatively efficient. The Moon enters Cancer around noon time and the leadership are we become more self-protective and wary of the motives of others. We may drop more deeply into our feelings tonight as Venus enters retrogrades back into Pisces. It may help to cry in a good movie and have an outlet for free-floating emotions.
Moon sextile Uranus 1:59 AM, Moon opposed Saturn 8:42 AM, Moon enters cancer 12:26 PM, Moon square Venus 12:38 PM, Moon sextile Mercury 3:51 PM. Venus enters Pisces 6:25 PM
Monday, April 3: The day could be eventful; frustrations or worries can drive our engines and either waste our energy or help us accomplish, upon how we use stress as the Moon squares Sun and Jupiter, and opposes Pluto. Early morning and around dinner time are easier times to shift forward emotional processing catches up with us tonight, be kind to one another and feel the tension without believing the stories that our concerns can spin.
Moon trine Neptune 10:25 AM, Moon square Sun 12:39 PM, Moon sextile Mars 6:58 PM, Moon square Jupiter 8:31 PM, Moon opposed Pluto 9:32 PM.
Tuesday, April 4: We may feel off-kilter this morning as the Moon opposes Uranus, making adjustments from yesterday’s activities. People need support and may feel strangely homesick this morning though more appreciative of one another in the process. The Moon on our sociability and extraversion increases as the Moon enters Leo around tea time, just work around any communications snag tonight as the Moon squares Mercury.
Moon square Uranus 5:30 AM, Moon trine Venus 2:45 PM, Moon enters Leo for 13 p.m., Moon square Mercury 10:30 PM.
Wednesday, April 5: Feel the urge to change things, to clean, organize, and purify as Mars trines Pluto. Some organizational work project may be put on hold as Saturn stations and turns retrograde and ambition may need to be shelved, but only temporarily. We may have to go back and reorganize some structural deficiency or tend to more foundation work. All authority can be questioned, so let’s not take it personally if ours is as well
Moon square Sun 9:45 PM, Mars square Pluto 10:39 PM, Saturn retrogrades 11:05 PM.
Thursday, April 6: We may feel pulled between what we want to do, and what we have to do to meet our responsibilities, and that can make us irritable. No guilt trips please, instead appreciation and attention for tending to work at hand will get is a lot farther as the Leo forms a grand trine with Uranus and Saturn. The Moon enters Virgo late tonight and sharpens our critical edges a critical and compassionate edges.
Moon sextile Jupiter 1:14 AM, Moon square Mars 3:07 AM, Moon trine Uranus 11:22 AM, Moon trine Saturn 6:16 PM, Moon enters Virgo 10:19 PM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Feel that urge to spring clean, whether it is mind, body, or political arena. The planets remind us that something must go, whether it’s a favorite chair, a plan, a cornerstone of our philosophy or an illusion about our self or our country, when it no longer fits reality. The most nurturing thing we can do for our life is release clutter of all types and create room for what’s real and needed now. Create room, because Monday’s new Moon in Aries seeds a whole new astrological year.
It will help to a problem; it might be a big one and need all our attention, or it might be a small one that just feels like a mountain. Most of us will feel challenged, either to make a change, to demand a change, or to release and recreate a corner of our life.
But let’s not over-generalize, or give in to a desire to walk away from it and not just the specific piece that needs to be released. Nor release a deep part of our moral code to fit in safely. Even if a dear one or encroaching authority figure tries to convince us otherwise, because the planets also loan us a strong willful torque, a desire to convince people of the way we see the world.
We’ll feel this tension as Mercury, arbiter of our thinking process, conjuncts electrical, chaotic Uranus and the asteroid Eris (named after a Goddess of discord); they all oppose expansive Jupiter square intense Pluto, symbol of power and loss. This combination it can help us face the conflict or call a bully out. But it can also exacerbate any ambient anxiety and fuel a crazy streak. Together these planets form three corners of a square around us, and the empty corner of this square, the place of resolution, is the sign Cancer, the need to nurture, mother, protect the tender home front. This can be a way to resolve conflict—detach from the specifics of this story and investigate what will nurture us, and all sentient beings, in the long run.
Our emotions stay strong and reactive throughout the week as Venus retrogrades and disappears from the night skies to combust the Sun in direct, urgent Aries. While she leaves us with little emotional patience, our hearts can burst with love at the oddest moments and sparks can fly in new relationships and old. Venus retrograde also points out to us where our actions are not in integrity with what we value, and is happy to bring on a scandal to point that out. Venus and Mars are also in mutual reception, or in the sign ruled by one another (though not ones that make them happy), and strengthen each other. Let’s just be careful what we set in motion, what do we really value and value enough to fight for, to change our life or politics to support.
Friday, March 24: It’s easy to get irritated when some familiar issue tap dances on a recently -healed emotional scar as Mars semi-squares Chiron, but it’s not other’s fault that this point still rankles us. We may say too much as Mercury opposes Jupiter this morning, though midday provides a way out or more positive influences. Or we may all be up in arms together as the collaborative Aquarius Moon forms beneficent, even humorous, aspects tonight. Tonight, camaraderie helps us respond to recent changes as the Moon sextiles Uranus and Saturn.
Mercury opposed Jupiter 6:45 AM, Moon trine Jupiter 10:02 AM, Moon sextile Mercury 10:33 AM, Moon sextile Uranus 4:01 PM, Moon sextile Saturn 11:55 PM.
Saturday, March 25: Our vulnerability and bravery tug us in opposite directions as the Moon enters sensitive Pisces, the Sun conjuncts emotional Venus and tenderizes our emotions just as Mercury conjuncts the asteroid Eris and tender feelings can leave us prickly and defensive. On the other side, it stabilizes us to work with practical Venus to create and express beauty. Hop yard sales and find hidden treasures. Find a way to love people through their tenderness and soothe their prickly spines.
Moon enters Pisces 4:06 AM, Sun conjunct Venus 4:17 AM.
Sunday, March 26: It’s all too easy to change our minds as Mercury conjuncts Uranus. Experience flashes of brilliance and mechanical genius, but also of craziness. We can wind out in a hyper buzz if we get too ungrounded, it furthers to stay embodied, to walk on the earth and deal with practical solutions. If we want to release an obsession, now is a great time to do so, if we’re suddenly inspired to quit our job and move to Madagascar, it would be best to run a feasibility study, wait a week, and see how we feel then.
Moon sextiles Mars 12:42 AM, Moon conjunct Neptune to 20 2 AM, Mercury conjunct Uranus 9:05 AM, Moon sextile Pluto 1:52 PM.
Monday, March 27: Clean up, complete, use and energy boost to clear the decks as the Moon wanes into Aries and begins a new energy cycle on tonight’s New Moon at 8:57 PM MDT. Prepare for the true beginning of this year’s cycle on this astrological New Year’s Eve. Deal with questions around trust as well as old problems and pains from the last yearly cycle. come up to review and release as Mars sequin-squares Saturn and sextiles Neptune. Give the impatient, easily-resentful, but also easily-inspired energy a healthy place to go; keep it busy and out of trouble.
Moon square Saturn 4:19 AM, Moon enters Aries 8:10 AM, Mars sextiles Neptune 10:44 AM, Moon conjunct Venus 1:59 PM, Moon conjunct Sun 8:57 PM.
Tuesday, March 28: What shall we begin? If we have let people place or things go recently – now we get a hint as to why we’ve been clearing the ground. Make overtures to start projects or relationships. The energy races and stops like the hare racing the tortoise, rest five minutes and leap again. Create opportunities for one another. We can waste this mood in rebellion, but why not create opportunities instead. The mood is feisty, hasty, forthright, leaning into belligerent, and seriously not interested in being told what to do.
Moon square Pluto 4:13 PM, Moon opposes Jupiter 4:38 PM, Moon conjunct Uranus 11:15 PM.
Wednesday, March 29: We’re still in a cussedly independent streak this morning, though our judgment can be off and we may need to get something off our chest, to speak our truth as the Moon conjuncts Mercury. Though we can calm down and get more practical about our situation, get back into our bodies and out of our overactive emotions as the Moon enters earth Taurus midday. Our imagination needs a clear outlet, or can get carried away and either confuse us or create deceit. We can work with it clearly if we honestly want to know the truth and are willing to ask ourselves tough questions as mental Mercury semi-squares Neptune and trines Saturn. Investigate and confirm before tweeting.
Moon conjunct’s Mercury 5:32 AM, Moon trine Saturn 6:06 AM, Moon enters Taurus 9:47 AM, Mercury semi-square Neptune 11:51 AM, Mercury trine Saturn 12:16 PM.
Thursday, March 30: Watch for a brewing conflict around funding for other material things as the Taurus Moon conjuncts Mars midday. Though the conflict may be between a toe and the curb, or between desires and budget. Major political frustrations are expressed as Jupiter squares Pluto, ideas clash on what constitutes freedom. One a more personal level the afternoon can mellow out, and more heartfelt concerns and a desire for comfort help us reconnect, but let’s not ignore earlier warning signs that may point to highly significant turns.
Moon sextile Neptune 6:33 AM, Moon conjunct Mars 9:48 AM, Jupiter square Pluto 12:18 PM, Moon trine Venus 12:58 PM, Moon trine Pluto 5:12 PM.
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by Heather Roan Robbins
Spring begins with tender shoots and tough lightning bolts on March 20, at 5:28 am MDT. The Sun enters brash, forthright Aries, though we felt it coming earlier this year as Venus, Mars and Mercury preceded the Sun in to Aries and gave us a taste of the season to come. Tulips peek through last year’s leaves and loan us their bravery, tornadoes and march winds remind us that spring is as tumultuous as it is tender.
But this Friday we still feel the tired tag end of winter as the Sun in Pisces squares serious Saturn and calls us to task. Life’s responsibilities can chafe at us, papers and bills come due, chores demand attention. Insecurities can tap dance on our control issues and stimulate us to rebel, push ourselves, or to sulk, depending on our response. Instead of bucking authority it is good for us to claim our own.
But the weekend opens up once we get our ducks in a row. An outgoing up-beat, and outspoken Sagittarius Moon shifts the mood and Mercury conjuncts Venus in Aries. We love to share our ideas and can bond over saying outrageous things, which can be perfect for St Patrick’s parades or to bring the snakes back. Let a desire for fresh news, fresh territory, and a clean garden inspire action. Just notice that people may, in their enthusiasm, not be particularly careful of each other’s tender feelings.
We begin the new week with a charge; the Sun enters proactive Aries on Monday as the Moon enters determined Capricorn, and the spring revolution kicks in, however we want to define it. Politics, both national and interpersonal, moves onto the front burner this week. The courage to begin again, no matter how tough the winder, is the medicine of spring, so the stars ask us where do we need to start over? We have access to the determination and ability to make a good start. Let’s ramp up and get as far as we can before Mercury retrogrades ion April 9th and sends us back to review.
The week ends under a more extroverted and sociable, if still political, Aquarius Moon. Mercury squares Pluto and inspires debates and tussles for power as we become aware of what is at risk, what we might lose. Rhetoric intensifies, and so do our thoughts: we can see things in black and white instead of a more honest shading. If a person feels cornered, they can become truly active and storm the bastille, or get depressed if it’s a smaller, more personal corner. But we can pour this intensity into anything we do. Any sign of progress will improve the mood.
Friday, March 17: prickly and emotional, people feel under pressure as responsibilities become due and can get grim. Let’s support one another’s work and stay out of the way when someone’s on a roll. An effort to crack down or impose disciple is a response to stress, but won’t be effective. Whereas organization furthers, and joy is checking things of the list. This evening people can relax and laugh about it all, but may get wild as the Moon enters Sagittarius.
Sun square Saturn 3:47 PM, Moon trine son 3:56 PM, Moon enters Sagittarius 8:59 PM.
Saturday, March 18: Mercury conjuncts Venus today and we can be glib, flirtatious; notice a whiff of spring fever in the air. But also we can go deeper and become impassioned and charismatic. What we won’t feel like is patient. Run into old friends, but don’t get caught up in old patterns, pick up an old oar projects and see it with fresh eyes, and talk about social justice, what is fair and beautiful, and what we are willing to do for this.
Mercury conjunct Venus 6:26 AM, Moon trine Venus 2:58 PM, Moon trine Mercury 5:05 PM, Moon square Neptune 9:56 PM.
Sunday, March 19: Today continues yesterday’s momentum, with a chance to expand our network this afternoon as the Moon sextiles Jupiter. Give people undemanding space through an irritated or over extended patch around dinner time, and look for positive changes this evening.
Moon sextile Jupiter 2:35 PM, Moon trine Uranus 7:32 PM.
Monday, March 20: Now we’re cooking. The Sun enters pro-active Aries on this the vernal equinox, the first day of spring and the Moon enters competent, controlling Capricorn, we have efficiency to follow through what we begin, if we can get the energetic elements together, otherwise we can rebel against ourselves, or try to control the uncontrollable, and loose our momentum in tension.
Sun enters Aries 4:28 AM, Moon conjunct’s Saturn 4:37 AM, Moon enters Capricorn 9:30 AM, Moon square Sun 9:58 AM.
Tuesday, March 21: Follow through what was just begun. Run through the momentum from yesterday and make it so this morning as the Moon trines Mars. Keep dogs and children busy, give cynics a job, as we can get in trouble if bored or unengaged.
Moon square Venus 12:32 AM, Moon trine Mars 1:42 AM, Moon sextile Neptune 10:16 AM, Moon square Mercury 4:19 PM, Moon conjunct Pluto 11:32 PM.
Wednesday, March 22: Look for some interesting karmic interactions may not make sense in the short term, but tweak our soul’s work as the Sun and Mercury aspects the Moon’s Nodes. Pay attention to political statements made this week and deeply consider the long-term ramifications. Tonight, the mood grows more cooperative if as stubborn; we may be able to perceive more options as the Moon enters Aquarius.
Moon square Jupiter 1:44 AM, Moon square Uranus 7:19 AM, Moon enters Aquarius 8:28 PM.
Thursday, March 23: Concerns crowd the horizon, but are we catastrophizing, or is there really something to worry about as Mercury squares Pluto. In this urgency, we may try to convince or manipulate others, but that will tend to backfire; look for the content under the fog, the fire underneath the smoke, and prioritize. Fixate constructively.
Moon sextile Sun 1:57 AM, Moon sex tiles Venus 8:06 AM, Moon square Mars 3:19 PM, Moon square Pluto 6:44 PM.
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