The Sun Through the 3rd Decan of Taurus
The sun crossed into the twenty-first degree of Taurus last night, here on the west coast, and thereby crossed into the third decan of Taurus—to move through these last degrees until May 20th.
The third decan of Taurus is a decan ruled by Saturn, and associated with the 7 of pentacles within the tarot.
Through these ten days, through this decan, the sun is currently still separately from its annual conjunction to Uranus, which likely inspired much from within, inspiring whatever is within you to emerge, to shine…
Next, the sun will move forward to connect to Neptune, and then apply Mars, by sextile, applying Pluto by trine… leaving the only exact connection, through this decan—beyond those of the moon—to Neptune, exact on May 18th at 27*11’ Taurus, a somewhat complicated degree describing the suddenness of realizations, and likely quite timely as this entire month has been charged with realizations, beckoning us to come back to reality…
Do try not to miss the Moon Moods post on May 19th—the Taurus new moon—a moon to illuminate for you something needing acknowledged—inspiring your inner thoughts, and the repairs still needing tended to within the bond you hold to your inner knowing… it’s sure to offer a reality-check or wake-up call, and I will connect the Taurus NM post to this post to refer to the decan analysis as there’s no need to rewrite what I’ve already written.
Also, please refer back to the Planetary Planner/May Issue| Part 2… as we are now heading into the thick of the peak of this month—and when things begin to get real, it is that much easier to try to tune out, when really—it’s building only because it’s been avoided for too long.
Good things are emerging—requiring work both physical and mental…
Where should you put your efforts?
How should you best prepare?
What should you expect?
Let’s delineate this third decan of Taurus—
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