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Sun 09° Gemini 13' 34"
Moon 01° Pisces 45' 59"
Mercury 22° Taurus 07' 08"
Venus 07° Gemini 44' 13"
Mars 22° Aries 29' 21"
Ceres 20° Capricorn 52' 04" 
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Pallas 26° Scorpio 00' 46" 
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Juno 10° Virgo 13' 05"
Vesta 21° Cancer 15' 06"
Jupiter 00° Gemini 58' 54"
Saturn 18° Pisces 39' 30"
Chiron 22° Aries 10' 54"
Uranus 24° Taurus 04' 08"
Neptune 29° Pisces 38' 03"
Pluto 01° Aquarius 56' 02" 
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TrueNode 14° Aries 02' 00" 
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Better Now

Well, in my estimation, the Taurus New Moon (Monday, May 2, 2011 11:50 PM PDT)  has helped things smooth out considerably.  The degree of the New Moon - 12 Taurus - is a pretty good degree, as it happens:

" This degree seems to pick up the best of the Taurus qualities. It manifests the patience and sweetness of temper to go far even though at a slow pace. It desires congenial company and surroundings but it gives the ability to work positively where ever s/he finds himself/herself. There is a steadfast but quiet optimism which seems to light the path ahead. There is also active here the necessary polarity of positive and negative rhythm to gain the maximum strength from any effort put forth. There is a Libra like trait of seeing both sides without the indecisiveness. . ."

 

The comment about Libra accentuates the Sun/Moon quincunx to Saturn at the New Moon.  The Taurus/Libra quincunx is interesting:

"Both are interested in making the material world beautiful and profitable. Libra has a more intangible approach, motivated by impressing people with parties and protocol. Taurus is more interested in established, permanent value, beauty and comfort whether or not anyone else takes notice."

So, in essence, the challenges of structural collapse are softened a bit by this New Moon - at least it feels that way to me.  Spring is here and hope is rising a bit.  The Aries excitability element is also toned down to some extent - it's definitely still there seems to be at least some hope for follow through.

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