This week a powerful conjunction in the 6th house, (Leo), indicates somewhat of a whirlwind of events and circumstances may be facing you.
Via in conjunction with Rubeus in the 6th house place the Active Transform in the same house, Leo. Taken together these can give somewhat of a roller-coaster feeling to the week. You may find too much or too little is happening for your taste at any one time, but that the feeling soon changes to the opposite. (It was difficult to interpret this casting without sounding overly dramatic. Indeed, it may even be a bit too dramatic to talk about things being a bit too dramatic!)
It is more likely that you simply struggle to find the sense in many things that are going on around you. Logic, for example, might not seem to play much part in events and circumstances from your point of view.
At times, you might feel that someone seems to have shaken up the snow globe and that events seem a bit up in the air and uncertain. At other times things will settle down only for someone to give the globe another shake. There may be different factors, events, ideas, opinions and so on, trying to sort themselves out. This is the interplay between Via and Rubeus. Don’t worry, it’s not your fault!
The Pars Luna is in the 1st house (Pisces) and indicates that matters are fluid and it will help to let things settle before you try to see any patterns emerging. Try to stay dispassionate rather than getting drawn into any conflicts or differences. Keep your head and don’t bow to pressure. Try to rise above it all.
The Active Transform is Puella (1234) also in the sixth house, Leo. This suggests that you allow newness to emerge. Sometimes you just have to give things time. The storm will blow out. Tears will dry. Calm will be restored. Whatever is not clear will become clearer if you give it a bit of time.
There were two Rogues this week: Laetitia in the 9th house, (Scorpio), and Puella in the 8th house, (Libra).
Laetitia suggests that you use your philosophy and deeper learning to keep your eyes on the horizon, that is, the long-term view.
Puella suggests that even if pushed you need to keep your head and stay calm and on an even keel. You know ultimately what it is that you want to do and what you’re aiming for. Don’t be swayed.
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