Be ready for anything! Excitement reigns as the New Moon energizes 22 degrees of Sagittarius (12:43AM PST). Usually, any New Moon implies the need to immediately be more forceful in determination as you leap ahead into a positive frame of mind for the next four weeks. However, this New Moon starts a void lunar uncertainty zone that lasts 13 hours until 1:44PM PST when the Moon enters earthy Capricorn. Therefore, you need to play a waiting game until the coast is clear. Meanwhile, during the void-of-course time-span, Uranus at 5 degrees of Aries makes a station (4:03AM PST) -- shifting from reverse to direct. All Uranus themes -- intuition, revolution, radical change, genius and innovation, the multi-media, high-technology, breakthroughs or breakdowns, the nervous system, shock waves, surprises, jokers, eccentricity, rebellion and anarchy -- are accentuated throughout the day. Intensity continues to reign supreme as Ceres opposes Juno (5:12AM PST), Mars makes a caustic, 45-degree link with Chiron (9:06AM PST) while the Moon forms its monthly union with Juno in Sagittarius (10:38AM PST). Since all three of these strident sky patterns occur during the void lunar cycle, each one fosters the sense that uncertainty and the unknown are in the catbird seat. Respecting partners and loved ones is important right now -- due to the double-dose of Juno energy this morning. Once the Moon enters industrious Capricorn (1:44PM PST), hard work and perseverance can be your dynamic duo in order to reach new career milestones. Healing forces are back on the march tonight when the Moon forms a supportive, 60-degree rapport with shaman-like Chiron (10:17PM PST). Get set for another blockbuster day on Friday.
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