April 22nd features a line up of Mercury, the South Node, and Juno, all conjunct in Aries.
Juno will be at 27 degrees, and Mercury and the South Node will be exactly conjunct at 28 degrees. I haven't discussed transiting Juno on this blog, so here's a quick definition: she's known as the "marriage asteroid," representing issues of power, commitment and infidelity in committed relationships. Where she transits your chart is where those issues may come up in your life.
Since the transiting South Node describes what we need to move on from, this triple conjunction suggests a realization or triggering conversation (Mercury) about those Juno issues, that need to be resolved. This could involve a past relationship, or your current relationship. The point is, the Aries theme of conflict and self-interest will be woven into the mix. Fights about infidelity, demanding power (when it should really be given to you) and pushing for a commitment are all possibilities. To me, this feels like a realization that you cannot force anyone to commit or stay faithful. If these things don't happen voluntarily...if you have to fight (Aries) for them...what are you doing?
Stop fighting for what should be yours, and find someone who will offer it.
If you have progressed/natal planets, angles or Nodes from 26-28 degrees of the Cardinal signs, these themes may be triggered for you.
BTW, Juno will pass over the South Node on April 23rd, and will enter Taurus on April 26th. There's a demand (from my readers) for posts on the transiting asteroids, so I'll gradually incorporate them. Starting with Juno...stay tuned for more in a few days.
As Mercury passes over the South Node, it will be a chance to say goodbye, even if that's only to an old mindset. On April 23rd, Mercury will enter Taurus. This is a good opportunity to work with what you've discovered during the Cardinal Cross. Aries is the fresh start and the ignition. Taurus is where you settle into the new groove and ponder what you've recently learned. Mercury's transit of Taurus will be brief (only until May 7th) so use these few weeks to allow the information from the Cardinal Cross to sink in and percolate.