Your Star Wars Day 2017 Astrology Forecast

matthew currie astrology star wars dayIt’s May the 4th — Star Wars Day (“may the fourth be with you” — get it?) 2017. So, about today specifically, for those of you who have as much nerdy love for Star Wars as I do: since the Moon is in Virgo for most of the day, trine the Sun, this is a day for saying what you love or what you need, and doing so straight from the heart.

“Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi — you’re my only hope.”

And the Sun is in a close trine to Neptune today (later to be joined by Moon opposite Neptune), so why not lean a little towards the mystical/intuitive/spiritual? Or are you just kidding yourself? Or what? Maybe you could just ignore that energy today and get back to work.

“These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.”

Mars is approaching the square to Neptune. Does making our dreams come true have to always involve struggle?

“We’ll be sent to the spice mines of Kessel, smashed into who-knows-what!”

Finally, get this: Jupiter is quincunx both the Sun and Neptune, forming what’s called a “yod” (or, if you like drama, a “finger of God” formation), making Jupiter (the bringer of philosophy) the focus of all of this energy, one way or another. Jupiter shares certain hard-to-define qualities with both the Sun and Neptune. It’s almost, somehow, as if you could make a dream actually start to come true today simply by a leap of faith, or something.

“Use The Force, Luke. Let go.”

PS: Han shot first.

 

 

 

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