The 21st Is A Good Day To . . . know your own mind. The danger is that the social order will, let’s just be blunt, try to feed you a line of bullsh*t–and it’s up to you to recognize the unhealthiness of what’s presented. The way the instincts naturally recoil, if we pay heed, will tell us all we need to know about the veracity of the material. The Sun and Mercury will be parallel, though Merc will be in Virgo and the Sun in that last, stressed degree of Leo, possibly indicating some jarring criticisms of the Self that shake us mightily–and, if we accept them, that set us up to swallow the ‘un-facts’ the social sphere will try to persuade us are not just reality, but possibly our only option (Merc sesq Jupiter). There’s a cost to not listening to what we know (Venus semi-sq Sedna), to our inner wisdom, or just to that plain, cut-to-the-chase practical voice that sounds when we must cut through the confusion and find our way.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.
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John Spirko said:
Confusion! A long time ago on a mainframe computer in a different century, there was a text only adventure game. There’s a line in the game: “You are in a maze of twisty, turny passages, all alike.” OR sometimes a similar one, “You are in a maze of turny, twisty passages, all alike.” You never wanted to end up there.
Oh! I remember those days 🙂 Turny, twisty passages–no matter which comes first, nobody wants to be there!