Mother's celestial inspirations

A mixed bag of possibilities

By Cal Garrison a.k.a. Mother of the Skye
This week’s Horoscopes are coming out under the light of a Virgo Moon, a Moon that turned Void-of-Course at 10:45 a,m., and will remain in that state until it enters Libra at 6:45 p.m. on the east Coast, at around 3:45 p.m. out West.
Venus and Jupiter are conjoined right now. In the sign of the Scorpion this presents a mixed bag of possibilities. On the surface the two planets are all about abundance, love, and blessings from above that provide us with luck at the casino, or windfalls and surprises. Put all of those possibilities together and it would be easy to say that it doesn’t get any better than this. While that could be true for many of us, how things manifest depends on which area of the birth chart is being transited. For many of us this aspect will surface as huge expenses, weight gain, blowing money we don’t have, over inflated expectations, wasted and wasteful emotional displays, and/or a brand of greed that makes it hard to get to the place where enough is enough. In play for the rest of the week, cross your fingers and pray that the “up” side of the Venus/Jupiter conjunction shows up in your world.
What interests me most about the planets right now is a beautiful trine running between Saturn and Uranus. If we take Saturn to be the past, and understand Uranus to the future, the line that connects them shows that we are weaving a viable future out of what’s left of the past. Regardless of how things appear in our private and collective realities, and in spite of whatever our limitations give us to believe, the road to tomorrow is cradled safely in this aspect.
We may not know what’s up, or where we’re at, and we may have an even foggier view of where we’re going. Within this realm of uncertainty, with no rigid guidelines, and nothing to make us feel sure, something incredible is about to be birthed. At times like this, fixed opinions are as useful as tits on a bull. Treading the gap that lies between one dimensional level and another, it works better if we allow ourselves to look past appearances and trust that what is as yet unseen, and not fully understood, has a line on the slip stream that will carry us from the past to the future. Let me leave you with that and invite you to take what you can from this week’s ‘scopes.

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