A 5:30 PM Pacific time sextile of the Moon to Sedna may knock us off our game–at the very least, it delivers a few foggy hours. 9:30 PM PDT the Moon trines Pallas; the fog wears off and we see what’s wise. 11:30 PM PDT the Moon squares Saturn–if we don’t put a lid on it now, someone else might! This may cause an ‘echo effect’ that carries over into the next day; we may rebel at containment, and immediately adopt a contrary (i.e. Uranian) attitude. This also kicks off a T-square involving the Moon as the arm of the Saturn/ Vesta opposition; this pushes rebellion in the direction of irreverence and the potential for disrespecting both tradition and our own highest values.
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