daily astrology, Mars square Pluto, mental restlessness, Mercury square Mars, Moon in Cancer, Moon in Leo, stock market, This Day in History
“If we try to hold on to so many things, both real and imaginary, thoughts and emotions, fears, worries and expectations, then we begin to weigh our hearts down and make our minds restless.” Gyalwa Dokhampa
Some mental restlessness, edginess, and impulsivity are possible as thinker Mercury, in transcendental Pisces, squares off with assertive Mars in curious Gemini (at 11:26 pm). This aspect typically denotes a more forceful, expressive (and possibly more argumentative) time for communications. It can also signify an avid thirst for learning or knowledge. However, some facts, data, or information could also be missing, confusing, or perhaps just too vague to understand or figure out now (Mercury in Pisces), so we may want to put off any important decision-making, until more is known. (“Sleeping on things” or meditating might also help to provide us with greater clarity now.)
The Waxing Moon (in its First Quarter phase) also exits home-loving Cancer and enters theatrical Leo today (at 5:56 pm).
*All times EDT
On This Day in History: It was one year ago today, March 23, 2020, that the terrifying free fall for the U.S. stock market suddenly ended, ushering in one of its greatest runs. On March 23, 2020, the S&P 500 fell 2.9%. In all, the index dropped nearly 34% in about a month, wiping out three years’ worth of gains for the market. That turned out to be the bottom, even though the coronavirus pandemic worsened in the ensuing months and the economy sank deeper into recession. Massive amounts of support for the economy from the Federal Reserve and Congress limited how far stocks would fall. The market recovered all its losses by August. (From apnews.com)
Astrologically, on March 23, 2020, warrior Mars and transformational Pluto (in the business/government ruling sign of Capricorn) were exactly conjunct (to the minute!), that day, suggesting a period of symbolic death/destruction/implosion to be followed by a new rebirthing phase (conjunctions signify new beginnings). Too, Saturn “The Tester” (and the planetary ruler of Capricorn) had also just entered futuristic Aquarius, at zero degrees of the sign (a critical position).
Hope it’s a good one! Please be safe and well.
Overstimulated? Stocks soar 75% in historic 12-month run (apnews.com)
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