It’s not over until it’s over, according to Mars and Yogi Berra, and June will remind us of this fact. We have one more round of conflict-resolution as Mars makes its final run at the Cardinal Cross planets, following up on events in late December and most of April. (We’ll be remembering that Christmas for a long time!)
It’s not that we’ll ever be clear of the Uranus-Pluto square and the memory of their boogie partners from 2014, at least in this lifetime. What comes from this short, sharp shock will cast its light far into our future. But we can count the localized effect complete by the end of July, once Mars clears its retrograde zone. In June, Mars, the great purveyor of love and war, makes one final run at the Cardinal Cross, which is now disintegrating as Jupiter makes a dash through the end of Cancer.
Many people will blame what happens in June on Mercury retrograde, which comes to us starting June 7. However, June brings many planetary events to project our problems onto, with Mercury the least of these.
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