Monthly Archives: May 2014

May 20 Sun in Gemini

The Sun entering Gemini runs into a square to Pallas in Virgo. This could mark a conflict between mental planning and practical considerations. Pallas trine the Ascendant might present an image of detailed preparation and reliable ground work. That might … Continue reading

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May 19 Mars Direct

Mars has gone direct, and there will be much rejoicing! Light the sparklers and shoot off some fireworks! The Moon trine Mars may bring a lot of enthusiasm and glee. Mars in the Tenth House may signal moving ahead with … Continue reading

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May 18 Venus square Jupiter

Venus in the Ninth House squaring Jupiter in the Twelfth House may bring up philosophical questions about financing, such as “where does the money go?” Vesta in the Third House, also squaring Jupiter, may be raising similar questions, mainly over … Continue reading

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May 17 Mercury trine Vesta

Mercury trine Vesta may provide some deep thoughts about “Home, Sweet Home.” Mercury in the Second House may offer ideas about financing and mortgage payments. Vesta in the Sixth House may bring up service issues, such as running a business … Continue reading

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May 16 Pallas in Virgo

Pallas entering into Virgo may indicate a need for more structure and planning to support your wisdom. Giving concrete examples could help in winning an argument. Detailed preparation may be just what is needed to fix up the ephemeral fantasies … Continue reading

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May 15 Mercury sextile Venus

Mercury sextile Venus (and Uranus) may offer some insights in regard to events started at the time of the Grand Cross. Mercury will be opposing the Moon, and some comments might cause an emotional upheaval. Mercury trine Mars may defuse … Continue reading

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May 14 May Full Moon

With Venus approaching a conjunction to Uranus, now might be a good time to take a whimsical look back at the events of the Grand Cross.  Try to assess the changes in the light of how they will effect others … Continue reading

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May 12 Mercury trine Mars

It may be a good time to present ideas at work. Mars in the Third House may be an aggressive mind, but Mercury in the Tenth House may appreciate the drive and hard work. The Moon opposing Eris  might tone … Continue reading

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May 11 Mars opposing Venus

Mars opposing Venus might seem like a potentially distressing Mother’s Day. However, the Moon conjunct Mars could calm down things. Mercury sextile  Venus and trine Mars may help out with calming talk and interesting discussion. Juno on the Ascendant might … Continue reading

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Sun opposing Saturn

There could be philosophical issues between the self and those who cling to older ideas. Fortunately, with the Moon trine Mercury, the arguing might not get too bitter. Jupiter sextile the Sun and trine Saturn may be a peacemaker, with … Continue reading

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