Friday, June 14 — Mars is opposite Saturn and also in a positive aspect to Neptune. There are some delays and frustrations. There is also the possibility of faith increasing due to natural expressions of kindness directed towards all others. You’re feeling uplifted and hopeful. Some confusion sets in due to an unsettling aspect between Jupiter and Neptune that breeds blind faith. Be careful not to get scammed. Idealism is high and can cloud rational thinking. Jupiter and Neptune remain in this aspect until June 27 and will be again in September. Saturn is in a positive aspect to Neptune. This takes place until July 6 and works well for manifesting your humanitarian goals by using visualization and meditation in a group setting. Saturn and Neptune will relate (aspect each other) mathematically again in November.

Saturday, June 15 — Full Moon coming up on Monday morning. Emotions will be unstable. The New Moon on June 3 nudged us all to take better care of our health. Mercury is conjunct Mars and is aspecting Saturn, Neptune and Pluto. Watch what you say; it could set someone off. Do some research to find what is true. Don’t jump to conclusions. These aspects remain intact until Tuesday. You’re apt to feel unsettled when things do not turn out your way romantically while the Moon in Sagittarius is opposite Venus in Gemini from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m.

Sunday, June 16 — Busy day with so many planets aspecting each other. Your mind is seeking answers that might not be found, due to the aspects between Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Neptune and Pluto. Be careful whom you trust. Your intuition is not reliable. That’s because Jupiter is still in an awkward aspect to Neptune, generating extreme idealism and disillusionment. This leaves you open to being easily deceived. Thank goodness Saturn is still in a positive aspect to Neptune (until July 6 and again in November), because it helps you to slow down enough to study topics before making any decisions about who is right or wrong. Mercury is still conjunct Mars and they are aspecting Saturn, Neptune, and Pluto.

Monday, June 17 — The Full Moon takes place at 4:31 a.m. with the Moon at 25 degrees directly opposite the Sun at 25 degrees of Gemini. Something deceptive is going on. Seek good times. Be sociable meeting new people. Be open to hearing others’ opinions. Idealism is peaking and those with differing thoughts still have the same deep longing for joy, peace and happiness. Venus is getting ready to relate mathematically to Jupiter, always an aspect of being tempted by pleasurable indulgences. That aspect begins Thursday and lasts until Monday. However, those of you who have an active indulgent streak: be forewarned. Between 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. the Moon now in Capricorn aspecting Uranus in Taurus is increasing your innovative genius.

Tuesday, June 18 — Mercury, Mars, Saturn and Pluto end their reigning aspects tomorrow. These aspects have been with us since Friday. There are those who are aggressive with their opinions and have been seeking to influence you; hopefully you’ve been doing research before making any conclusions. This energy can bring about disruptive arguments. These aspects involving Mars can bring about horrific crimes. Jupiter and Neptune remain in an awkward aspect, making us all prey to scammers.

Wednesday, June 19 — Mercury and Mars end their reigning aspect to Pluto by midnight, putting an end to a very disruptive period. Between 5 and 7:30 a.m. the Moon will be conjunct Mercury and Pluto in Capricorn, signaling a time to be alert and careful; there is danger. Saturn remains in a positive aspect to Neptune until July 6, which comes in handy, offering comfort and peace of mind. If you have a religious or spiritual focus on life, you will feel stable and calm.

Thursday, June 20 — Tomorrow is summer solstice, when the Sun moves into Cancer, at precisely 11:54 a.m. Venus in Gemini is opposite Jupiter in Sagittarius until Monday. You may have been feeling this indulgent energy for a while. It’s party time, but don’t overdo it. Watch out for those you know with addiction issues; they may need help.