Moon entered Pisces yesterday at 6:45PM ET, after a brief void and a hook-up with nebulous Neptune at 4:32PM ET. If yesterday felt a bit dreamy or otherwise unreal, that could explain it. Certainly the NY Times was under the influence of the potential “too good to be true” vibe when eight million subscribers received an email offering a 50% discount on their NY Times subscription at 1:06PM ET. That email turned out to be a mistake http://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2011/12/29/technology/tech-us-newyorktimes-mixup.html?hp — but the 1:06PM NY chart is worth a look, for serious astro buffs reading this forecast.
Moon in Pisces suggests going with the flow. It softens the edge of ruthless, intense, transformational Pluto’s hook-up with the Sun at 7 degrees of Capricorn. If you have a planet or a sensitive point (e.g., Midheaven or Ascendant) at 7 Capricorn, you’ll be personally feeling the intensity. A drive for prominence or change of perspective in whatever area of your horoscope is impacted is suggested. Consult your local astrologer for details.
Tomorrow is a bust: Moon will be void of course all day in Pisces, so get it off your desk today if you can. Moon doesn’t enter the feisty sign of Aries until 4:48AM ET on Saturday, suggesting a New Year’s Eve that is especially RAMbunctious.
Meanwhile, “news from underground” and “power plays” making headlines, as suggested by the Sun-Pluto conjunction, include a volcano eruption http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/12/27/indonesia-volcano-eruption-sparks-panic-among-villagers/?test=latestnews , saber rattling over oil in Iran http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/28/world/middleeast/iran-threatens-to-block-oil-route-if-embargo-is-imposed.html?scp=2&sq=iran&st=cse leading to oil prices staying higher http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/29/business/oil-prices-predicted-to-remain-above-100-a-barrel-next-year.html?_r=1&hp Kim-Jong-un takes over in N. Korea http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/30/world/asia/north-korea-declares-kim-jong-un-as-supreme-leader.html?ref=world and of course, the new “no holds barred” strategy now happening among those political candidate-types running around Iowa http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/12/28/9766974-2012-the-gloves-come-off