Venus conjunct Saturn in Capricorn (16 deg)
Chiron enters Aries (4:07 am EST)
Pallas stations Rx in Libra (29 deg)
Continuing yesterday’s activation of the Saturn/Neptune sextile, Venus conjunct Saturn defines what you have and what you can’t have. Here is the reality of a commitment, restriction or responsibility involving relationships, finances, self-esteem or values. Saturn makes it real and (in combination with Neptune) can also define what you have to give up in order to get what you want. Or, perhaps what you have to give up, period.
Venus/Saturn is the dividing line - the new beginning that separates past from present. This is permanent and official. Make it so.
Chiron into Aries
Chiron returns to Aries for the long haul (it won’t be completely done with this sign until April 2027). For details and dates on this transit, check this post.
Chiron’s return will reactivate issues from its first Aries ingress (April 17th, 2018) but now you’ll be pressing forward with the battle. There’s no turning back. Are you ready to fight with vulnerability as your banner? It’s interesting that the Venus/Saturn conjunction happens on this same day because it really does emphasize that hard line between past and present.
But we also have the Sun’s Pisces ingress today, so there’s a reminder that compassion and forgiveness are important. Be gentle with yourself, even as you step into the fray.
Pallas reaches the final degree of Venus-ruled Libra, then she stations Rx. The social or relationship strategy that you thought was complete needs a review. You’ll have to rethink how you relate to others, and the connection to Venus/Saturn is important - there’s a clear reality or rule that means you have to reassess your approach.
Pallas will station direct on May 30th (10 deg Libra) and will exit Libra for Scorpio on August 26th.