Today the Moon in Aquarius makes a sextile to Jupiter in Sagittarius, offering a supportive warmth and optimism to a morning that might otherwise feel cold or distant. Aquarius can draw us toward the cerebral and the abstract, committing our attention to inventing strategies for organizing worlds to come. While this can be really effective for planning ahead and thinking through the big picture, it can also leave us feeling remote or even alienated from our current context. Jupiter in Sagittarius reconnects us to the fiery heart of what we believe in: what does it mean to be free, and how can we experience freedom not only in worlds to come, but in the realm of what’s possible right now? Mars in Libra makes a square to Pluto in Capricorn, continuing a story that has been unfolding for over a year. Mars was last conjunct Pluto on April 26, 2018, then opposed Pluto back around June 20, 2019. This is the waning square of their cycle together, which indicates the challenges of integration. We may be feeling a collision between the actions we feel driven to take on behalf of our communities and the deep structural change that is necessary in order to shift the material conditions of our lives. The Moon in Aquarius makes a square to Mercury in Scorpio, and we may find ourselves at a loss for words, struggling to articulate what we’re thinking or feeling. Then the Moon ingresses into Pisces, calling us back to what we can feel, the compassion for others and ourselves that can carry us to places we may not be able to reach intellectually.
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Michael J. Morris is a witch, an astrologer, a tarot reader, an artist, a writer, and a teacher.