The carnival-type atmosphere that was at work yesterday returns in spades today. The early hours are a total mixed bag of positive and negative forces squashed together in a fairly short period of time. The cosmos tries to placate you by offering snippets of good vibes via Mercury forming a supportive, 60-degree link with Juno (2:54AM) and an inspirational, 72-degree rapport with Saturn (5:29AM). The Moon in versatile Gemini offers its version of happiness by making constructive, 60-degree ties to Jupiter (5:34AM) and Venus (6:13AM).
The problem is that this is almost a veneer or cover story to prevent you from realizing the potential harm that can ensue from Vesta squaring Jupiter in fixed, power signs (6:46AM) and Mercury forming its annual opposition to sometimes loopy Neptune (8:41PM). Under these peculiar circumstances, you want to definitely hold off on making long-term commitments or signing legal documents.
The universe makes one more attempt at undermining your discernment by creating a soulful and possibly prosperity-inducing parallel between Venus and Jupiter (6:43PM). If you didn’t have to deal with the possible trauma resulting from Vesta square Jupiter and Mercury opposite Neptune, then the Venus-Jupiter parallel would be up for an Academy Award. However, to toss it into a day when trouble-making planetary fisticuffs are intense is truly adding insult to injury. [Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Daylight Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]