The 18th Is A Good Day To . . . act to make real, permanent change, or to transform what you wish to re-make. Though Merc has just gone retro, we have this single-day window during which we can and should act or choose. The one thing we need to keep central to our efforts is that what we act on today must be something we’ve already determined or perceived, before the Messenger’s retro. That means it needs to be something we’ve already thought-through or settled on, but just haven’t acted on yet. Be cognizant, too, that if we try to be spontaneous, acting from what suddenly springs to mind, we will most likely end up being nothing but destructive, or possibly winning only anger from those who are affected by our choice. Despite the way we are already in the Dark of the Moon (the three days before a New Moon), we are also coming up on a Solar eclipse, which has already been preceded by a Lunar one; in that valley between eclipses, we never really hit a normal Dark period, so that the usual retreat and contemplation energies never take hold–so don’t be surprised if the fatigue that comes with a continuous flow of energy that we can’t seem to escape is at least one of the results.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.