Saturn returns to Capricorn at the start of the week, digging up more power in the cardinal earth sign of its domain, yet in retrograde as we are dealing with historical injustices, removing historical icons, and renaming our buildings and institutions. We cannot erase the past, but we can put a new foot forward, and open a new chapter. A necessary move for the New Age Awareness. The Sun supersedes Mercury retro in Cancer, as the Moon travels from Scorpio to Aquarius this week, with a renewed stellium in Capricorn, transiting the problematic Jupiter–Pluto conjunction as well as Saturn in Capricorn. Jupiter expands Pluto’s forceful urge for a profound reassessment that rejects the past with a vision for the future. The past injustices lay heavy on the generations. It is a time for reinvention of the national creed, the national image and to embrace the ideals. The full Moon eclipse on July 5th helps to enable us to perceive an awakening and a reinvention of our collective will.
Summary of Major Aspects of the Week
Wednesday July 1st – Saturn puts on its blinders in returning to its domicile, as we become focused on stability and continuity. Scientific knowledge of the Covid-19 disease accumulates with shared experience. Awakening to social stagnation necessitates removal of decayed matter, so that we don’t let the past stand in the way of the future. The Sun in Cancer supersedes Mercury retro today, and in a sextile aspect (60 deg, helpful) to Uranus in Taurus, as more enlightened views are expressed. Chiron, the asteroid, is in a square aspect (90 deg, harsh) to the Sun and Mercury retro, as a warning of possible tragic outcomes. The Moon in Scorpio is in a trine aspect (120 deg, easy) to Neptune in Pisces in the afternoon or evening hours, depending on location, allowing for expanded emotions, and in a sextile aspect to Jupiter and Pluto in Cap, overnight, and sextile aspect to Saturn by early Thursday morning. Actions taken could be a result of illusions or distortions, inspired by dreams of heroism.
Thursday July 2nd – The Moon transits into Sagittarius early today, and makes a sextile aspect (60 deg, friendly) to Saturn retro in Aquarius, as Saturn transits into Capricorn, a strengthening of Saturn indicates a will to succeed in institutional reform. The Moon is then in a trine aspect (120 deg, flowing) to Mars in Aries, as we witness a political will that is self-righteous and aggressive in nature. In the morning hours (EDT), the Moon is in opposition aspect (180 deg, polarized) to Venus in Gemini, with challenges that are friendly, although with consequences, as both Uranus and Mercury retro a quincunx aspect (150 deg, complex) to the Moon (a Yod formation) while sextile aspect (60 deg, friendly) to one another. The Moon is in a quincunx aspect to the Sun in Cancer by the end of the day as uncertainty clouds the night.
Friday July 3rd – The Moon in Sagittarius transits to the square aspect (90 deg, harsh) to Neptune in Pisces. Challenges to conspiracies and illusions awaken a wider interest. Political intrigues come to light. Obsessions that increased over the past month begin to subside as Jupiter moves past the conjunction aspect (0 deg, combining) with Pluto. Now is the time to learn and to repair the broken system, the broken ideals and work to improve the environment for future generations.
Saturday July 4th – The solar return of the US, and US natal Mercury in Cancer is in opposition aspect (180 deg, tense) to Pluto and Jupiter in Capricorn. The conflict of home ideals and the reality of injustice perpetrated by the culture is highlighted. Transiting Mercury retro today is close to the US natal Jupiter in Cancer, as historical fortune is remembered, history relived. The Moon in Capricorn makes a square aspect (90 deg, harsh) to Mars in Aries, indicating a potential for violent incidents, as policing is under greater scrutiny. The Moon is then in a trine aspect (120 deg, flowing) to Uranus in Taurus, as national pride fever reaches a new height, and a square aspect to Chiron keeps us reminded of the difficulties ahead. The full Moon eclipse happens close to midnight US time zones. The awakening of widespread protests against police violence comes to a head, initiating a political response.
Sunday July 5th – The Moon moves from the eclipse degree, and transits the stellium in Capricorn, the planets Jupiter, Pluto and Saturn. The obsessions in government and police corruption are triggered. Police powers may be expanded due to political dictates, as controlling measures are initiated.
Monday July 6th – The Moon transits Saturn retro in Capricorn at 6 am EDT. While various events could be initiated, one might be an official pronouncement, even a Twitter Tweet from the WH. This is intended to bring a close to the public demands for police reform. The Moon ingress to Aquarius follows, in this total environment, could indicate a potential breakthrough, such as resignations and reform actions. A sextile aspect (60 deg, friendly) to Mars in Aries from the Moon in Aquarius for working out details of agreements. The Moon is trine aspect (120 deg, flowing) to Venus in Gemini as new initiatives are taken world-wide.
Tuesday July 7th – The Moon in Aquarius makes a square aspect (90 deg, harsh) to Uranus in Taurus early today, initiating more radical responses, especially in the eastern hemisphere, as protests continue in Hong Kong and elsewhere. The Moon in quincunx aspects (150 deg, complex) to Mercury retro early morning is a time for details and plans to the considered. The quincunx aspect to the Sun follows in the early morning US times, might be actions that are for self-protection. Presidential announcements are likely claiming escape responsibility.
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June 30, 2020
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