The Day of the Bridge — Birthdays and Planet News

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Ideas you offer this year can have greater impact than you realize. Educational pursuits and achievement have been ongoing themes for a while, and you’ve reached a stage where you might serve in a teaching or nurturing capacity to others in some way. You’re approaching a major breakthrough, so stay on course. Let any emotional challenges or frustrations you may encounter be as dust in the wind. You have too much to gain and too much to give. Trust yourself.
— by Victoria Emory

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Written in the Planets

Through much of the day Sunday, Cancer Moon will square Mars (in late Libra). Mars is not at home in Libra, and this aspect from the Moon may feel irritating and cause highly charged reactions. This is a typical anger aspect; a diplomatic response, and letting the matter pass, would work better.

Be mindful of your responses to provoking situations. That said, this aspect is most useful for making positive changes for your health and wellbeing. Listening to your physical sensations and your instincts could yield helpful solutions.

The Moon will then enter Leo Sunday at about 4:57 pm ET (21:56:55 UTC) and make a square to Uranus (in early Taurus). This is a wakeup aspect, likely to have an effect more on the innovative and inspiring side; perhaps you’ll feel motivated to take up some slack, or try a new approach to an old problem.

Both aspects presage the forthcoming Mars-Uranus opposition, which takes place in one week’s time. Contacts between Mars and Uranus are often volatile, reflecting the jumpy nature of these two planets.

The Moon’s involvement today offers a potentially valuable insight into the benefits of playing with what might feel edgy or even annoying. This could highlight unresolved matters swimming beneath the surface, and bring them out. If you can engage with this material, it may enable you to work constructively with what are often difficult and discomfiting emotions.

In 2020 we have not one but two conjunctions that mark the turn of a generation, and of an era in history. On Jan. 12, Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn form their once per 33-year conjunction. Then on Dec. 21. 2020, Jupiter and Saturn, both now in Aquarius, form a conjunction in the first degree of that sign. Read more here…

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