The Pisces New Moon is about 26 hours away as I write* and it’s followed by a definitive Mars-Pluto conjunction 15 hours later. See a geopolitical note at the bottom if you’re interested, skip if not!
The next 60 hours are extraordinarily astrologically busy, with a multitude of astro-alignments occurring and most of them are positive. But this much astro-action can feel crowded and contradictory. This Dark Moon bit of is particularly difficult because ennui and edginess because of all the turbulence is a horrible combination.
If you’re whirling around without apparent progress or answers, try to engage some form of serenity practice (besides doom-scrolling) until the New Moon. Mood and inspiration lift with it and Mercury conjunct Saturn at the same time will be brilliant for clarity.
And the nearer Jupiter gets to Neptune, the more accessible magic and extra-sensory-perception become.
*It’s on Wednesday, March 2 at 17.35 Universal Time – please select your location in the Moon Calendar to see the exact time for your zone but as a guide, it will be on Wednesday at 9.35 A.M in Los Angeles which is 04.35 A.M. on Thursday on the East Coast of Australia. Extend this out by another 24 hours to pull in the Mars-Pluto conjunction 15 hours after the New Moon.
Geopolitical Note If You’re Interested:
I know, it seems incongruous when things are this volatile but the astro says more ‘wild and contradictory info’ and ‘financial combat’ than anything else. But yes, the tight Mars-Pluto conjunction could be a flashpoint or escalation of hostilities, obviously. The fact that ‘peace negotiations’ are occurring without a ceasefire seems in poor faith, to put it mildly.
The last Mars-Pluto conjunction occurred in late March 2020, at the beginning of the pandemic response roll-out, and interestingly, some of the Covid-19 safety data that the FDA was court-ordered to release is out today (as opposed to the 2097 release they requested), the sanctions + negotiations are really amping up and it’s a USA State of the Union address.