Astro-Notes on June 17, 2017 – Third Quarter Moon in Pisces

Daily Aspects:
– Third Quarter Moon at 26:27 Pisces/Gemini at 4:32 am PDT
– Moon ingress to Aries at 10:54 am PDT
– Pallas conjunct Uranus in Aries

Prior to the waning Pisces’ Moon square to the Gemini Sun that marks the Last Quarter Phase of the Gemini lunation cycle, did her ruler Neptune station retrograde at 14:15 Pisces. Neptune is a very slow traveler, who will trace back his steps to 11:27 Pisces (he first covered this territory starting on April 28, 2016) over the course of the next 5 months, where he will turn direct on November 23.

The Sun’s ruler Mercury formed a conjunction to Ceres, whereas the Sun himself is engaged in harmonious aspects with the nodal axis in Leo (sextile NN) and Aquarius (trine SN). Thus, as we entered a period during which we will review our dreams, ideals, expectations, projections and vision, especially in regard to what we had imagined or hoped and longed for since the end of April of last year, we’re undergoing a ‘crisis in consciousness or perception’ that challenges us to not get overwhelmed by all the unknown factors we’re encountering and the impressions we’re experiencing, but to overcome our confusion or cluelessness, while focusing on our immediate environment and the info we get ‘fed’ from there. This will inspire us to let go off the past and concentrate on the future we want to create. It’s time to move on from a situation that has outlived its purpose by initiating change and progress.

Personally, I’m still recovering from surgery and will be off work until the end of the month.

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Tarot card of the day is the “6 of Swords”, which indicates a slight reduction in stress and strain. Things will be better than they were in the recent past, all of which is helpful to get our head above water. The bottom has been reached and the process of healing has begun. There is finality in this journey. The future is not yet visible, but the past is definitely over. We’re moving away from turbulence toward calmer times and will need to make a transition that is better for us in the long-term.

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