Messenger planet Mercury is currently retrograde and it squares off with Jupiter today, stirring up plenty of talk—but is any of it reliable? Take it slow when it comes to making important decisions. The moon in Cancer urges you to trust your intuition. Your ruling planet Mercury is currently retrograde and clashes with Jupiter today—so much talk is in the air!
The moon is in your sign today, Cancer, encouraging you to focus on self care. Mercury, currently retrograde, clashes with Jupiter, finding you having some big and exciting conversations—but remember that people are exaggerating. The moon in Cancer urges you to slow down and relax. However, you have to be careful and not believe things that are too good to be true.
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Messenger planet Mercury is currently retrograde and clashes with Jupiter today: Lots of talk is in the air, and people are busy and in the mood to socialize. However, make sure you don't overbook yourself or make solid plans. Things are in flux and you need to stay flexible. The moon in Cancer asks you to think about your long-term plans. Communication planet Mercury, which is currently retrograde, clashes with your ruling planet Jupiter today.
As a Capricorn, your bullshit detector is unparalleled, and the alarm is going off all day as Mercury retrograde squares off with Jupiter.
Yet, when we consider sports stars, the maxim, 'the harder we practise, the luckier we get', is true. As lucky Jupiter settles into disciplined Capricorn, we won't benefit from its fair winds unless we hoist our sails. We're being presented with an opportunity for growth that could lead to great success and considerable prestige. But, in order to take full advantage, we must take charge of the situation and work to maximise its potential.
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