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The 1st is a Good Day To . . . stick to what we know, established patterns and established power positions. Don’t be mislead by deceivers, mixed messages, and seemingly empowering communications that are actually meant to undermine–but do stay open to the spontaneous and unexpected–that’s where genius lies.

The 2nd is a Good Day To . . . expect the unexpected from authorities, to profit or find reward by exercising your own proper role (and expect you might have to defy the social order or your own belief system in the process), and know that acting on your ambitions is a most excellent use of your time and energy at this point.

A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.