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Sun 29° Libra 19' 52"
Moon 13° Capricorn 47' 04"
Mercury 07° Scorpio 02' 08" 
Venus 23° Virgo 01' 14"
Mars 18° Aries 34' 14" 
Ceres 28° Aquarius 38' 27"
Pallas 17° Capricorn 39' 07"
Juno 10° Scorpio 34' 39"
Vesta 29° Leo 59' 19"
Jupiter 19° Capricorn 47' 29"
Saturn 25° Capricorn 46' 36"
Chiron 06° Aries 10' 47" 
Uranus 09° Taurus 04' 03" 
Neptune 18° Pisces 32' 45" 
Pluto 22° Capricorn 33' 52"
TrueNode 21° Gemini 19' 24"

Libra new Moon

Libra New Moon - Cooperation

"You cannot forgive what you do not know."

— Desmond Tutu

This Friday's Libra New Moon (12:30 PM PDT 23° Libra) creates a powerful Cardinal T-Square with the retrograde Mars in Aries and Jupiter, Pluto, and Saturn in Capricorn. Breakthroughs, revelations, and disclosures are promised under this lunar cycle but for most of this week, in the days leading up to the New Moon, there seem to be few opportunities to rise above the emotional powder keg created by the Sun's opposition to Mars and subsequent square to Pluto. There are disputes and standoffs that will need to be slowly unwound over the next few weeks. Mercury turns retrograde on Tuesday in determined, 'truth-seeking' Scorpio. Under this retrograde Mercury, there will be little patience for obfuscation or deflection. However, prior to the New Moon, we seem to be wrapped up in details that have us 'missing the forest for the trees', emotionally stirred up, and quite protective of our home circle. What the Libra New Moon provides is an atmosphere that allows us to see a much broader perspective. We find ways to organize the unfolding breakthroughs and revelations into meaningful patterns. As we follow the review process of the retrograde Mercury, we can begin to understand where we have made mistakes and what we need to do in order to build new and more equitable structures. Ultimately, this week provides the space to take a step back and reassess both our direction and our progress, separate the 'wheat from the chaff', and better understand what is distraction and what is truth. This week's Cardinal squares are more than likely to create some significant crises, challenging both our patience and our resolve. The nature of the Cardinal signs is active and initiatory, instilling in us a sense of purpose, mission, and destiny. The review process being guided by the retrograde Mars in Aries and further informed by Mercury retrograde in Scorpio will continue through the end of the year. This week's breakthroughs will provide us with important new information, expanding our perspective and creating space for new cooperative alliances that will help us to follow through on the New Moon's initiatory energy.

There is a strong imperative to take some kind of stand on Sunday but we'll do better to take a step back in order to reassess both our direction and our progress. We may be tempted to 'let our guard down' a bit on Monday. The relaxing respite is only a temporary 'breather'. There is a strong desire for recognition on Tuesday but the Virgo Moon keeps many of us somewhat skeptical and reserved in our praise and approval. We're a little too focused on the details on Wednesday. Although we have little patience for obfuscation or deflection, we tend to miss the forest for the trees. There is a dawning awareness on Thursday that 'what's past is prologue' in the sense that we find ourselves on the precipice of a series of new opportunities, created by the challenges of the past few months. Friday's Libra New Moon is an important turning point when we begin to understand how to organize the unfolding breakthroughs and revelations. Saturday's Scorpio Moon emphasizes the search for truth inspired by the retrograding Mercury. In essence, the spiritual awakening has begun.

Daily Astrological Currents - Libra New Moon - Weekly Horoscope

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