Hollywood is famous for writing movies with happy endings on the premise that they sell better. While articles that satirize the process (like this one) might be funny, no one really likes them.
This fact really sucks when you are an astrologer writing a forecast and have a weekend like this one with the Sun/Uranus-Jupiter-Pluto T-Square (add Vesta: Grand Cross) causing “things” to go boom (along with President Trump, Putin, and sundry Middle Eastern Players). Retrograde Venus (Pisces) squares Retrograde Saturn and it all looks rather bleak. We wrote about it yesterday, and Clarissa (Viva Combusta) has detailed the nuances in an excellent piece, quite popular on our main blog (Grand Trines). In a short phrase: it ain’t over yet.
What possible “happy ending” can you write with a mess like that?
Astro-Butterfly has a nice piece about this month, and we recommend it if you like to at least attempt to plan ahead.
Lunar aspects are sundry, and a mix like that is always tricky to interpret. But we think the Moon Sesquiquadrate Mercury near Noon CDT is the most important. To use a horrific old Southern saying (arguably “Southern Gothic“), we will all be “running around like a chicken with its head cut off.”
Shakespeare elegantly titled a play: “Much Ado about Nothing.” (Let us be clear: the Sarin gas in Syria and missles that followed are a big thing; but chances are good that your frantic chase today is NOT despite how bad it may currently look.)
Keep in mind that you do have at least SOME choice in this matter! (So, how to proceed?)
Moon in Virgo is great for scrubbing and cleaning, so please do use the energy that way instead of a frantic chase after something you simple cannot achieve at this time, if ever. Windows to “get it done,” whatever “it” is, will come again next week or sometime in May after Mercury moves direct. Postpone “it” until then and focus on what you can actually achieve to get the most out of this day. This day CAN productive and useful (but probably NOT the best of “party days” for most people).
Outers are very nearly silent EXCEPT for the curious aspect of a perfection of Saturn BiQuintile Ceres. This indicates a very odd kind of creativity that is ENTIRELY focused on practical matters such as reorganizing your food pantry or something similar. Curiously, such a reorganization of basic elements of prosperity such as our pantry or our kitchen on this date can produce a MAJOR cascade of helpful events. Ditto for review of the home budget.
The Full Moon cometh on April 10th, only two days away. Best to be a seller now and a buyer then. And we almost never recommend scrubbing and cleaning during a waxing moon, but today is a noteworthy exception.
And, stay away from Choctaw Ridge.