Today should be easier to handle than yesterday. However, it is always important to remember that the major alignments and cycles from a previous 24-hour time-period don't simply vanish. Instead, they have ramifications for another day or two -- at the minimum. Nevertheless, human beings become severely debilitated if they wallow in self-pity rather than dealing with the Now and working cogently with the cosmic offerings of the moment. Thus, it is helpful to tune into spiritual willpower and mental concentration to turn your life around for the good as the Moon makes its monthly union with Pluto in Capricorn (3:14AM PDT). Utilize your problem-solving skills to enhance your residence and bring estranged relatives back to the bargaining table as Pallas enters Cancer (6:02AM PDT) until September 11. Keep working hard to reach a career milestone with the Moon transiting through the tenth sign of the zodiac. A distinct challenge arises at 8:54AM PDT (during the monthly Moon-Mercury opposition) as the lunar orb starts another long void twilight zone that lasts until 11:08AM PDT tomorrow when the Moon enters Aquarius. The Full Moon is also tomorrow and occurs just 9 minutes after the Moon glides into the universal air sign of Aquarius. In the meantime, do your best to be more loving and considerate to dear ones on the ropes as the Sun forms a subtle and yet still supportive, 30-degree link to Venus (5:12PM PDT) while Ceres is parallel to often benevolent Jupiter (10:34PM PDT) -- a favorable aspect that can increase your productive output across the board despite the presence of the void Moon. Get ready for a powerful Mars-Jupiter conjunction at 6 degrees of Cancer at 12:36AM PDT tomorrow.
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On this 'International Holocaust Remembrance Day' don't forget to say a prayer for all of those that were lost in the Holocaust and then say, 'Let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with me.' That will cover all intentions on this solemn day. More