Saturday, June 20, 2009

Sun in Cancer late tonight MDT

The Sun enters Cancer just before midnight tonight and is in opposition to Pluto in Capricorn (exact at 1:42 a.m. on Tuesday).

Summer Solstice. Already! It is always shocking to me to think that the daylight hours start getting shorter (where I am) from here on in...

We now shift from having Mercury as dispositor (while the Sun was in Gemini) to having the Moon as the main body influencing the Sun. This is a relief in one respect as there was so much Mercury pressure going on recently. I've found the aftermath of the Mercury retrograde (squaring the Aquarius bodies) to be quite pressured and painful, actually. No real let-up there.

We're also working on a Mercury in Gemini square to Saturn in Virgo, exact 2:32 a.m. on Friday, June 26. So the stiff necks, headaches and mental stress and pressure are a continuing theme.

We have to take it easy and choose carefully what information we take in and what conversations we take part in. Limit to only what is necessary.

Thursday and Friday could be irritated, snappy work days. A lot of vice-tightening pressure and a strong chance for mental overload.

So the Moon becoming the dispositor of the Sun in Cancer takes some pressure off the overworked Mercury functions, but we are currently in the Dark of the Moon heading to a potent New Moon in Cancer opposite Pluto.

This New Moon kicks off eclipse season which will involve a lunar eclipse in Capricorn conjunct Black Moon Lilith, a second New Moon in Cancer at the anaretic degree (29th) that is also a total solar eclipse, and another lunar eclipse in Aquarius. More on the New Moon and eclipses soon...

So still some intense cosmic action going on, especially what is going on with the Moon...our new dispositor of the Sun!

But we've also got those nice Earth trines to ease the passage here. Venus and Mars come together in Taurus tomorrow and then both trine Saturn in Virgo on Monday, just before the New Moon.

As always, ya got some difficulties and ya got some assistance. :)

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