Mar 21 - Apr 20
This week begins with a Full Moon and ends with a conjunction of the Sun and Jupiter. That’s more auspicious but less visible. When heavenly objects form a conjunction with the Sun, they rise at dawn and set at dusk. Daylight drowns out their glow. The only exceptions occur during an eclipse. (In May, the Moon briefly blocks the Sun, leaving only a ring of fire; and in June, we’ll see Venus forming a beauty spot on the face of our central star.) But even if we can’t see the Sun’s alignment with Jupiter, we’ll feel blessed by it.
Sep 24 - Oct 23