As mentioned at the close of yesterday's calendar entry, this day begins with a Sun-Vesta polarity (12:00AM PST) -- stretching from Sagittarius to Gemini. Safety and security themes, investment matters, insurance rates and coverage, home and hearth, sisterhoods and turf wars are in the spotlight. This can signify a nerve-racking beginning to this 24-hour time-period as these two celestial bodies are pulling on either side of the Earth. Yes, there can be illumination pouring through, but the Moon remains void in Libra until 1:52PM PST while the lunar orb makes parallels to Neptune (3:29AM PST) and Saturn (3:37AM PST). This reminds you of Saturday's Saturn-Neptune parallel that can either produce a fantastic wave of enlightenment or a blanket of confusion and chaos. Strive to increase your productivity in arts, crafts and hobbies when the Moon in late-Libra forms a trine with Ceres in late-Gemini (11:55AM PST). The Moon leaves void mode in Libra by entering the fixed, power sign of Scorpio (1:52PM PST). Over the next 2+ days, don your detective garb to solve family mysteries and ferret out old secrets. Get to the root of persistent problems, fears and phobias. While a Moon-Neptune flowing trine (2:51PM PST) can be a boost for psychological or spiritual studies, you may need to go into defensive mode as Mars makes an off-kilter, 150-degree link with Vesta (3:13PM PST) while Mercury makes a similar, 150-degree tie with Ceres (6:40PM PST). To have Mars and Mercury joust with two key asteroids can equate with a rising tide of emotional stress, declining productivity, and new worries about business-investment matters. Inject some good humor and laughter into the picture overnight since the Moon is approaching its monthly rendezvous with Saturn (forming exactly at 2:22AM PST tomorrow) and any lunar convergence with the beautiful, but chilly ringed-planet can lead to a temporary bout of self-doubt and pessimism.
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