Currently the only visible planets in the night sky are
Jupiter and Saturn. Mercury, Venus, and Mars are too close to the Sun,
so are lost in its glare. The outer planets require a telescope. The
astrological implications vary somewhat since Mars is in Virgo with the
Sun while Mercury and Venus are in Libra. Mars in cahoots with the Sun
in Virgo bring drive toward doing what you want and doing it correctly.
the trine from Pluto implies taking control, while the square from
Jupiter tells you to keep it real even though Neptune is telling you
otherwise. If things don't function as they should, it is
particularly annoying. Venus and Mercury in cahoots are good for
communications in relationships. These two have a few other aspects,
however. Uranus quincunx Venus suggests a change of course with a
relationship, possible due to the square between Mercury and Saturn,
where authority or responsibility issues may be the problem at hand.
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are based on the planetary
transits represented by the above
chart, known in the astrological community as a
"Transit to Transit" chart. They address the
general astrological tone for the day and will most
likely be evidenced in the world around you; they may
not affect you directly but most likely will affect
someone you know. If you have a specific
experience related to a forecast that confirms or even
denies it, I'd love to hear about it at firstname.lastname@example.org.