This is a week of a series of activities leading up to the New Moon, which is also a Solar Eclipse at 10°Taurus on Saturday April 30 at 1:28 PM in San Francisco, CA and 4:28 PM in Washington, D.C. I find that eclipses and the days approaching an eclipse can be very unsettling—as thought our psyches sense a change is coming but we cannot identify it. And since this eclipse will be remarkably close to Uranus, this makes sense since Uranus tends to be unpredictable at times. It can bring sudden weather or earthquake rumblings and/or it can bring a sudden meet-up with someone who can change the direction of your life or your thinking. You just never know.
In the days leading up to the eclipse, we have a wonderful aspect between Mercury (communication) and fortunate opportunity (Jupiter) on Tuesday April 26 and a more romantic framework on Wednesday, April 27 with Venus, and Neptune conjuncting on the same degrees as the big Jupiter Neptune cycle of April 12. I have to say – this feels like a great relationship opportunity – where you can meet someone in a place where you are sharing an enjoyable day of expression or in a museum where you are admiring beautiful things and sharing information.
Thursday’s Mercury (communication again) in a positive aspect to Pluto (a more enthusiastic and focused energy) this is a wonderful day to persuade or research or transform something into something useful and/or beautiful by taking on a project you have been debating for a while. You may not complete it this week as Pluto does go retrograde on Friday April 29 at the last degree of Capricorn (29°), but you begin to do something that may see an end or a change or a transformation by early October and by February 2023.