Venus made one key alignment on Saturday and two main aspects yesterday. Now, within less than four hours, Venus tries to grab humanity’s headlines by making a trio of stellar contacts as the traditional planet ruling love, romance and beauty forms a trine with wounded-healer Chiron in water signs (3:29AM), a contra-parallel with giant and often providential Jupiter (6:37AM), and an off-kilter, 150-degree link with eccentric and radical-change agent Uranus (7:05AM). Add on a 9+ hour void lunar twilight zone in Pisces (stretching from 1:06AM to 10:54AM) and a Sun-Jupiter contra-parallel (9:07AM), and it looks like there are several bumps and cautionary flags flying on this first workday in November. Yes, the Venus trine to Chiron has a nurturing, soothing touch, but the two other Venus aspects, the Sun and Jupiter in a potential clash of the titans, and a lengthy void-of-course Moon condition don’t augur for a cake walk when it comes to business as usual.
Once the Moon enters fiery, assertive Aries (10:54AM), the cosmos offers an encouraging signal when the Sun makes one of two, annual, 60-degree supportive alliances with Pluto (2:52PM). Research and in-depth studies of any kind look promising under this powerful sky pattern.
Stay on target with errands and plans later on as a square between the Moon and Mars (9:53PM) can jostle your emotions and send you on an unnecessary detour. [Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Standard Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]