Rick Levine’s May Astrological Forecast


Recorded on April 30, 2020 in Redmond, WA
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It may seem as if the Great Pause has no end in sight. However, the message of the cosmos is clear as we enter a season of retrograde planets that remind us we still have work to do. Pluto turned retrograde on April 25. Saturn starts back pedaling on May 10, followed by Venus on May 12 and Jupiter on May 14. Meanwhile, the Sun, Mercury, and Uranus are working their way through plodding Taurus. Our motto could be, “Slow and steady wins the race.” Unfortunately, we are floating in a cloud of illusion and we’ve lost our way. We still don’t know what’s happening, even if we believe we have all the facts while a Venus-Neptune square holds for most of the month. Thankfully, we see glimpses of the truth when Mercury trines Pluto, Jupiter, and Saturn on May 9-12, followed by the Sun doing the same on May 14-22.

The Scorpio Full Moon on May 7 reveals the complexity of even our simplest intentions. Although logical Mercury is conjunct the Sun, turning this lunation into a communication fest, it’s imaginative Neptune that steals the show. Falling into fantasies can be a trap yet using our dreams to conjure up the future is empowering. The Sun shifts into flighty Gemini on May 20, beginning the new astrological month. The Gemini New Moon on May 22 invites us to ritualize our intentions in writing or verbally. Again, Mercury’s involvement is crucial as it conjuncts Venus and squares Neptune. Once more, we are being reminded to use our mental faculties in order to work our way out of this crisis.

Nevertheless, the powerful retrograde undertow indicates a slow process of moving into the next phase. And this is where the weariness sets in. At first, the whole pandemic/shutdown was unbelievable. Then is was unavoidable. Now, it’s like Groundhog Day — an endless cycle of repetition. We are being forced to reconsider issues beyond “when will this be over?” We can either stay in an infinite loop as the global situation continues to deteriorate or we can come together as a global community, break the cycle, and change the outcome. We have our work cut out for ourselves. There will be time to rest later on, after the December Jupiter and Saturn conjunction in Aquarius. In the meantime, “Think cosmically and act locally.”

Best cosmic wishes to all,
~Rick Levine

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