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Sun 09° Aries 36' 30"
Moon 09° Gemini 34' 52"
Mercury 12° Pisces 34' 45"
Venus 25° Taurus 29' 00"
Mars 29° Capricorn 19' 36"
Ceres 21° Aquarius 57' 00"
Pallas 24° Capricorn 17' 16"
Juno 14° Libra 29' 14" 
Vesta 03° Gemini 08' 50"
Jupiter 24° Capricorn 07' 28"
Saturn 00° Aquarius 32' 17"
Chiron 05° Aries 36' 46"
Uranus 05° Taurus 02' 55"
Neptune 19° Pisces 11' 31"
Pluto 24° Capricorn 48' 55"
TrueNode 02° Cancer 45' 55" 

Daily Astrological Currents Archives

This page is offered as away to look back at the Daily Astrological Currents Archives for a particular day going back to December of 2013.

Sunday March 29, 2020

Mercury emerges from the 'shadow' of the last retrograde period today in an atmosphere that urges energetic action. However, there is impulsivity that need to be tamed in order to avoid taking the 'wrong path in haste'. We are likely to feel a pull in more than one direction. In general, we may be looking for a way to simply disappear, rather than present our own unique perspective. Alternatively, the importance of honoring the perspective of others should not discourage us from making our own point of view as clear as possible. With balance and honest, straightforward communication, we can find remarkable opportunities for progress.

Weekly Summary


"The more I see, the less I know for sure."

— John Lennon

The individual initiative and energetic growing power that was unleashed by last Tuesday's New Moon (2:28 AM PDT 4° Aries) begins to take shape and show signs of progress this week. The landscape changes very quickly as an entirely new framework begins to emerge, most notably due to Saturn leaving cautiously conservative Capricorn for inventive Aquarius. Mars also leaves Capricorn for Aquarius, conjuncting Saturn on Tuesday. We are especially sensitive to any sense of restriction under the Mars-Saturn conjunction and the likelihood is that a sense of protectiveness quickly puts us on the defensive. Although we may feel amazingly confident, we will do well to temper such confidence with methodical consideration and self-control. Also changing our overall perspective, Mercury emerges from the 'shadow' of the previous retrograde period. Nonetheless, it is still in it's 'fall' in Pisces and must navigate a cloudy and confusing conjunction with Neptune, which is building until Friday. While there may certainly be increasing intuitive insight and inspiration funneled through this conjunction, confusing information is also part of this mixture. In general, reliable information is likely to continue to be scarce and spotty at least until Mercury leaves Pisces on April 10th. Nonetheless, we gain important glimpses of how we can learn to navigate this new landscape that has been fostered by January's Saturn-Pluto conjunction. Even so, we will need to 'remain teachable' and maintain our humility while we begin to recognize the new opportunities which are presenting themselves. This week offers important lessons which will help us develop important new skills that will serve us well in the days, weeks, months, and — yes — years to come.

There is some impulsiveness to contend with on Sunday. Some may rather look for ways to disappear while others will need to honor the perspective of others in their desire to express their own point of view. The Moon is VOC for most of the day on Monday. Advice is unwelcome and we are prone to promoting complicated and ineffective new ideas. The Mars-Saturn conjunction on Tuesday increases our sensitivity to any sort of restriction. The Moon's trines to Mercury and Neptune help to soothe nerves on Wednesday, inspiring compassion and understanding. We begin to focus on learning as well as teaching on Thursday. Honesty may lead to separations. Relationships are under extreme pressure on Friday. We'll do better to avoid taking things personally. Mercury escapes the conjunction with Neptune on Saturday and we begin to see glimpses of a new framework that is being established to replace old and outworn traditional approaches.