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By Antoine-Louis Barye c1863 {{PD}}

The 17th is a Good Day To . . . relax and regroup, after a morning (Pacific time) that is at least tense, and that may involve confrontation that feels life-or-death, or as if we must take action. The brief Void afternoon Pacific time (12:15 PM through 1:57 PM PST) comes after the Cancer Moon’s square to Mars which sits at 29 degrees of Libra, suggesting the potential for drama in relationships, over aesthetics or Art, struggles in diplomacy, and general friction over who cares, why, and what they might do about that emotional investment, followed by the Void when everyone limps to their corner and tries to recover. What follows as the Moon enters Leo is Luna’s quincunx to Ceres in Capricorn, implying that right away we must deal with ‘the rules’ or our power role concerning our own agency, our territorial mandate, about those we are responsible for, or about our interaction with Nature, to include our relationship with the organism we occupy (our body). We should expect an emotional ‘sorting out’, and a certain ‘stepping forward’ in terms of taking a specific attitude toward our own actions and aggression, which we will likely cast in the light of what we need as individuals to feel whole, or to ‘shine’.

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