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‘In der Gartenlaube’ By Arnold Böcklin 1891 {{PD}}

The 16th Is A Good Day To . . . watch what you communicate to those who nurture you, care for you, have some form of control over you, as well as be cognizant of what ‘message’ you’re sending to Nature/ the Universe itself (Mercury sesquiquadrate Ceres). You’re asked in some way to make a statement about who you are and what path you think you’re taking, vs. what path you really are taking. It’s a very personal reckoning (which means others may not even know it’s happening, and if you’re not tuned in, neither will you–and of course, this will largely be invisible to you within others’ experiences, as well). You’re asked to consider critically, to take accounting of (Sun in Virgo) what you think (North Node in Gemini) and measure it against what the facts truly are (South Node in Sagittarius, all three components in a T-square). Do it willingly, for best results; otherwise the Universe may force consideration of identity and life direction–and that would only add unneeded pressure.

Remember, we’re in the Dark of the Moon period–inner work and contemplation will actually serve to make more happen than will externally-focused efforts.

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