clarity, imagination, Jeannette Rankin begins her first term in Congress, Mercury conjunct Neptune, Moon in Pisces
“If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is – infinite.” William Blake
With the Moon ensconced in imaginative Pisces, all day, the astrological sign symbolizing transcendence or the domain of the infinite, and logical Mercury exactly conjunct Neptune, the ruler of Pisces (for the third and final time), today decidedly has an otherworldly or more mystical vibe to it!
Meaning, in part, that our more practical day-to-day concerns also tend to be glossed over or subjugated now in favor of reeling in our dreams, visions, or fantasies. In other words, this is an excellent time for crafting the big picture view of how we would like our future to be. Perhaps not as good, though, for penciling in all the logistical details regarding how we’re specifically going to be running our exquisite kingdoms or queendoms. 🙂 Additionally, the Pisces energy is also positive for dissolving differences, or for working more in unison with others.
Of course, since this is also the conclusion of the three-part Mercury and Neptune meetup – which also sort of feels like some kind of TV docudrama, at this point! – we should be receiving some parting insight, or guidance, or clarity now regarding the meaning or purpose of this particular planetary aspect in our lives. It’s like the Neptunian veil is finally lifting and we’re able to peek and see what’s behind it! It could be an illusion or delusion is revealed. Or maybe a cryptic message or communication becomes clearer. Or, perhaps, something that has been withheld by us, or from us, possibly out of fear, comes out of the shadows and dances into the light.
Famous April 2 Birthdays: Charlemagne, Giacomo Casanova, Hans Christian Andersen, Alec Guiness, Marvin Gaye, Leon Russell, Emmylou Harris
“Every man’s life is a fairy tale written by God’s fingers.” Hans Christian Andersen
On This Day in History: On April 2, 1917, Jeannette Rankin (b. 6/11/1880) begins her term as the first woman elected to the U.S. Congress. Rankin, a staunch women’s activist, also helped pass the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.
“What one decides to do in crisis depends on one’s philosophy of life, and that philosophy cannot be changed by an incident. If one hasn’t any philosophy in crises, others make the decision.” Jeannette Rankin
Hope you enjoy your Tuesday!
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