Planet Waves Pocket Service — Two Fine Conjunctions

Note to Readers: This may be my longest SMS message in recorded history, sent Sunday evening in about six parts. SMS delivery is called Pocket Service, one of the many excellent features that you get as a Core Community member of Planet Waves. To find out more about that, please read this link or sign up here.

We are about to embark on a very interesting week. There are two conjunctions between personal planets and outer planets: Venus conjunct Eris and Mars conjunct Uranus. This is truly exciting astrology, though it’s also hot and restless and unpredictable.

All those planets on the top right side of the diagram include Venus, Mars, Uranus and Eris in Aries. There's plenty of Pisces going on, too.

All those planets on the top right side of the diagram include Venus, Mars, Uranus and Eris in Aries. There’s plenty of Pisces going on, too.

So be cautious and aware and imaginative. Mars-Uranus and Venus-Eris have two very different vibes. Note that they are both meetings of close-by inner planets with distant outer planets. Eris in particular is very, very distant, moving so slowly that nearly every person alive on Earth has it in the same sign, Aries (where it is now).

The first of these is, first, a caution to keep your cool; it’s the “drive like a professional” aspect. Yet it’s also sparky and imaginative and you may find yourself making spontaneous decisions. You may figure out what you want. You may surprise yourself somehow. Venus-Eris takes a novel approach to love & sex.

Remember that in our society, love and sex are subversive activities. They subvert most of our cultural values. In Aries (both of these conjunctions are in Aries btw) take the initiative in your approach to others. No need to wait around for the phone to ring.

Yes, you may have to assert yourself, break a rule or transgress a boundary, but what else is new? Be bold, be real, and deliver your message. That includes physically. You may need to pluck up a little confidence, but that won’t be too hard. Overall, the moral of the story is act consciously and pay attention.



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