It’s Rock and Roll time, folks. We are in the 90-days after eclipse periods this week which offer clarity, insight and truth spawned by the shadow side of the January 4, 2011 Solar Eclipse. Solar eclipses always trigger outer world events because they are New Moons. They are very different than lunar eclipses, which surround more of an emotional release. In the 90-day periods after eclipses, we see issues that seemed cloudy at the times of the eclipses or even 90-days before they occurred. Like suddenly having peripheral vision when you are driving your car, in the 90-day periods after the eclipses you ‘see’ things. You may not like what you see, but you know what you are dealing with. On the other hand, you may LOVE what you see, and, joyously embrace the options that suddenly appear to you. Either way, you cannot get away with saying you don’t know what you should be doing, because the reality is in front of you.
Along with this bright and shiny insight, you are visited by the Sun square Pluto, which is intense and screams, “Make a decision”!!!! Regardless of how risky those risks may be, you have to make the choices, because with all the new information being presented to you in these next few days, there is no excuse. If you can’t do the big steps, then baby steps always work. Sun Pluto combos force hard choices, but guarantee powerful change.
Mercury goes retrograde offering the opportunity to get things straight and work things out over the course of the next few weeks. So, your decisions are given some time for developing strategy. The very rare Jupiter Saturn opposition, which often suppresses the markets, brings an additional reality check. Jupiter Saturn stresses often affect the stock market temporarily– forcing it down — because there is a sense of despair –the shadow of possibility. However, it also brings opportunities to purchase securities at a better price. Things improve markedly by week’s end, however, as the New Moon occurs on the same day as the Mars Uranus conjunction — time for a good hard work out to reduce tensions. However, watch your driving and using machinery, watch tempers and impulsive decisions, think before you speak — or just go for a long walk!!!