Thursday morning the Moon in Leo sextiles Mars in Gemini. This is the first time in days where something has truly hotted up Mars. And now we have a fire mood; let’s GO! It’s a good time to blow it out and get thigns done. Where’s your passion? This can spark dramatic passion. Yeah, it’s a Thursday during the day, so maybe it’s your passion for blue, rollerball pens, I don’t know. Smooth writing is HOT.
Venus in Leo exactly opposes Juno in Aquarius. This is the fiery mistress versus the detached wife. Only Juno is never really detached. Oh she may yawn before she decapitates you. But this does not have to be literal. It’s dramatic desires that must find balance with elevated, codified values. Cancer Mercury quincunxes Juno and semi-sextiles Venus, both exact. The mother figure in your head will have something to say about this as well, and it could go either way.
Later in the day, the Moon moves into Virgo, still holding the sextile to Mars. Instead of air to a fire mood, we have an earthy turn with both Mercurial signs, a mind-centered sensual passion. Use your words. Tell your blue rollerball how sexy it is.
The Virgo Moon applies into the grand trine in water, a kite with Jupiter, Neptune and Saturn. It’s grounding. It’s the ability to stand in the middle of a beautiful river and feel the flow around you. It’s a wonderful evening to relax (some people relax by climbing mountains, so grain of salt) and feel connected, maybe even a little safe, a little dreamy, a little elated.