Today we're going to take a look at Mercury Retrograde in the sign of Gemini for all Sun and Rising signs. We'll also look at 10 themes to watch for with all Mercury Retrogrades to try and provide a deeper understanding of what Mercury Retrogrades are all about.
Hi, everyone, this is Acyuta-bhava from Nightlight Astrology, and today, we are going to take a look at Mercury Retrograde in the sign of Gemini.
We're going to take it through all 12 signs, so this will be a sun and rising horoscope addition of Mercury Retrograde, but we're also going to talk about ten themes to watch for with all Mercury Retrogrades and try to give you a little bit deeper understanding of what Mercury Retrogrades are all about. So that is our agenda for today.
I'm really excited to dive into Mercury's retrograde. I'm going to pull up the real-time pop of the Real-Time Clock in a second. But just to review, Mercury is turning retrograde in the sign of Gemini. And it's something that happens approximately three times a year that Mercury goes through a retrograde cycle. It is the quintessential planet of Retrogrades. And so, a lot of the time, what I feel like I'm doing around Mercury Retrograde is educating people and sort of separating the static from signals so that people aren't walking around with a bunch of superstitions, and they understand what Mercury Retrogrades are really all about. So we're gonna do a little bit of that today by talking about what Retrogrades are, and the kind of 10 themes that often come up during Retrogrades are not just these themes, but why.
Okay, so that is what we are going to do some interesting notes is that on May 19, Mercury's retrograde will create a sextile with Jupiter in Aries. I'm like, I'm in Aries apparel today. My new schedule of creating content has shifted a little bit, so oftentimes, you might see me with a hat; it's been like an Under Armour. It's because oftentimes, the only time I can record comes right after I come home from working out at the gym. So that's kind of like sometimes you're going to be like What is to suddenly like a Sporty Spice or what's going on. That's the story there. So, but lucky you get to see me in fun colors and looking all sporty.
So anyway, on the 19th, Mercury will sextile Jupiter through its retrograde. That's a very powerful moment within the cycle. So these are just notes for everybody so that you know, it's like it's not just one thing, every Mercury retrograde cycle is different, and there are some key moments in every Mercury retrograde cycle that you want to kind of circle on your calendar. We will be talking about this date in particular because it's a very powerful sextile that Mercury Retrograde is making to a recently ingress Jupiter in Aries on the 21st. Mercury will go through its Cazimi with the sun, which means moving through the heart of the sun at the same degree while the sun is moving into a sextile with Jupiter, another very powerful moment. There's a lot of the feeling of resetting after solving problems, and we kind of talked about that in yesterday's video. If you watch that one, June 1 Mercury right around June 1.
What about when Mercury gets approximately 15 degrees away from the sun? It makes its first appearance as the new Star whether that's an evening star or morning star needs about 15 Degrees of Separation before it becomes visible again. So right around the beginning of June, Mercury starts appearing as a morning star. That's also a really big moment within the cycle. Not all parts of a retrograde cycle are the same.
Let me tell you a story. So recently, I had a client and a client that I've had for a while, and she knows actually quite a bit about astrology. But this is what she said, coming in, she was like, you know, isn't it kind of not a good idea? To sign a big new contract under Mercury retrograde? And like, shouldn't I be careful of that? She was receiving a contract for a job. Like she has a company, and she was receiving a contracting gig for her company. And so she was looking at the contract and being like, well, I'm getting it right, as Mercury is stationing and turning retrograde. She was like, so I probably shouldn't sign it under the retrograde, right?
And I said, well, like tell me, you know, like, What's your concern? She was like, Well, you know, I have to have my attorney look over the agreement and possibly propose, you know, any changes that I have? And then give it back to them. And if they are okay with it, then I'd be signing during Mercury retrograde. Isn't that a bad thing?
And I was like, No, that's actually perfectly expressive of a Mercury retrograde. The contract comes in as Mercury is stationing. You look over it and make some revisions to it to counter propose a new idea of the contract. Potentially, they look at it, maybe they counter propose, and you go back and forth a little bit, or they just accept it. And this newly revised contract ends up being the one that you're signing, which is totally typical of a Mercury retrograde. And it's not that you can't do things under retrograde. It's just that you have to be aware of this, especially when Mercury is stationing to turn retrograde or direct. That's when you really want to pay attention to what's going on. When Mercury is actually in the midst of a retrograde, it's not like, oh, just don't do anything. It usually there's usually going to be one of the following ten themes that we're going to look at now that are likely to come up after we do this.
After we look through the ten themes, we're then going to take Mercury's retrograde in Gemini through all of the sun and rising sign horoscopes so that way you get a feeling for where this retrograde is heading. Normally, I wouldn't necessarily do a Mercury Retrograde horoscope because I don't always think that they're the biggest deal in the world, to be honest with you. I mean, they can, you know, be chaotic for a little bit or whatever. But most people have bigger things in their charts happening at any given moment. And in the sky. There are usually bigger things happening than a Mercury Retrograde. Mercury Retrograde periods are very common. It's not like they're this, you know, big crazy thing. I think it's funny that Mercury Retrogrades are one of the most popular ways that astrology seems to have made its way into the mainstream a little bit more, though. And I have some interesting thoughts about that. But I won't go off into the woods with that right now. But the, you know, this one to me stands out as worthy of discussion because it is happening as Jupiter is entering a new sign in the midst of eclipse season. And when that's happening, then the context is a little bit louder. It makes the retrograde a little bit louder. So that's why we're going to look at it and give you a sense of where it's landing in your chart right now by the sun or rising sign horoscope, whatever you prefer to listen to. But here are the ten things to watch for. And actually, before I go into that, let's just clarify what a Mercury retrograde is?
In case you don't know, Mercury is turning backward in terms of its movement through the zodiac. From our perspective, it never actually turns backward in the sky. It's a kind of optical illusion that's created based on our reference point here on earth. You could actually you can actually look up if you YouTube. What is the Mercury retrograde? There are some really wonderful astronomy videos that explain. I usually don't like the videos because they're always like, stupid astrologers think that Mercury is going backward, you know, it's like, we're symbolic thinkers, you know, we look at things happening in the heavens, in terms of signs and omens. And so when they turn backward, from our perspective, we're just reading that as a symbolic omen that Mercury as an omen is always speaking, and now it's speaking a little differently because it's slowing down, stopping, and turning backward. We pay attention to that as symbolic thinkers. So it's a little different than us being, you know, just hamstrung by our own, you know, scientific inadequacies.
Anyway, Mercury appears to turn backward in the sky. As it does so, it moves typically from, you know, from the Evening Star position where you can see it after the sun has set and its retrograde begins, and then it falls down into the western horizon and disappears underneath the beams of the sun and eventually emerges again as a morning star in the evening, or in the evening. That would be a really interesting phenomenon, wouldn't it? So Mercury will then rise as a morning star just before the sun rises in the morning. That total transformational process of Mercury going back and forth between evening star and morning star, that typical retrograde is going to happen like three times a year because it's a very fast-moving planet. So we get to watch that dance. And it is in for that reason because it Retrogrades so often Mercury is it is Mercury is paradigmatic of what Retrogrades mean. Across the board, every planet's retrograde takes its meaning from what we say about the Retrogrades of Mercury. Because it's all essentially following the same kind of pattern, even though you know it's a little different for, say, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn than it is for, say, Venus or Mercury will look very similar in the retrograde patterns. Anyway, one of the ways of thinking about it is that a planet is always moving through the zodiac in order in zodiacal order Aries, Taurus, Gemini cancer like that, when it is moving in zodiacal order, through the sky, it's also moving in its own secondary motion, right, so everything moves through the sky from east to west rises in the east sets in the west, and the planets cut against the grain of that very slowly against the backdrop of the zodiac out in space moving from our perspective, from west toward the east. And that's called the difference between the primary and secondary motion is actually some of the most interesting you know, those are some of the most interesting metaphysical foundations of the entire field of astrology, which we cover in my course in-depth, it's really interesting.
There are these two different kinds of motion in the sky. There's the diurnal rotation, you know, the earth rotating on its axis, and then there are the planets moving in the opposite direction of that rotation against the backdrop of the zodiac. There, those were deeply philosophical. They had deep philosophical meanings associated with them like, you know, platonic hermetic philosophy and so forth.
When a planet turns retrograde, it suddenly appears to be moving backward, which means rather than moving from the west toward the east, it is now moving from the east toward the west, which means it appears as though it's swept up in the primary motion or diurnal rotation. So that had really that that carried a lot of significance for ancient astrologers who had these deep metaphysical meanings attached to those motions. A planet moving in its own secondary motion against the grain of the zodiac, for example, has a certain kind of agency. It's like a God who is in charge of a certain quadrant of human affairs or a certain domain of consciousness. And it's archetypal property sort of rule over that area of human consciousness. And, and we have the unfolding of certain kinds of fates. That's the will of the gods and the archetype, these archetypal fields that move and create the seasons of life and that that are reflected here and the experiences that we have. So when a planet turns retrograde, it is as though temporarily its agency and its own, its own sort of independent authority is suddenly subverted, or it loses that authority, or it's as though a higher power is taking over taking the wheel, or it's either you can think of it as losing its power, or as some greater power suddenly taking the steering wheel from the normal agency of that God. And that's why there are so many diverse and very creative meetings that have been associated with Retrogrades.
Over time, for example, a planet that is suddenly lost its own agency and is being pulled backward by force greater than itself, the diurnal motion is always faster than a planet, the secondary motion could be associated with revision, something happens. And because something happens, it forces you to have to revise your plan. Right. So the agency of God is being correlated with our sense of will and control over a situation, in which case God loses this agency, and it is sort of a picture of God losing its control. And suddenly, we have to revise things because something comes up that's beyond our control. So that's where that comes from.
We have a reversal. A planet going backward can suddenly mean that we were doing one thing, and now suddenly, we're doing the opposite thing. So a reversal of fate or circumstances is also associated with the planet turning backward. And then, you can apply that reversal to any area of life. And you also have to remember that reversals are sometimes very good and sometimes very bad. It really depends on context.
For example, you want to see a tumor reverse course and stop growing and shrinking instead. You know, so it's not like the reversal is always a bad thing. Reversal of circumstance or fortune or fate can be very good. Again, it depends on the planet, the house, the context of your natal chart, and so many other things.
It can mean that there are delays. Retrogrades are often about Well, I was moving along, and I was moving from degree four to degree five, but then I got stuck, you know, the planet literally stops moving in direct motion and goes backward before it can finally come forward and move beyond where it got stopped. And so you're very commonly you will see people under Mercury Retrogrades, reporting delays in traffic or delays and, you know, it's like, the laser every day, right. But these have the flavor of like, a wild twist of fate where, you know, suddenly you have, you're stuck on the tarmac or whatever for three hours, you know, so delays that there can be delays and it's not that the delay happens for the entire retrograde it's usually that there'll be the retrograde effects are most pronounced when the planet is stationing stopping, and then slowly turning backward. That's usually where you see that theme of delay or sudden twists that reverse something. It's almost always right as the planet is stationing and turning retrograde.
Closely related would be the number four breakdown. Something has been going forward like a car, but then it stops, in which case something could be understood as breaking down. For example, in horary, when someone asks, Will the patient die? If you see the patient, their signifier is a Mercury that's about to station and stop moving. It can very literally be a sign of the breakdown of their lifeforce and the stopping of their vitality meeting death.
Anyway, not to be morbid, but number five is going back on something, so I'm going to do something, and then all of a sudden you say no, I'm not going to do it, you change your mind. It's kind of like a reversal. But there's a sense of like pausing before you do something and deciding not to do it that's very common under the, especially the stations and the time when it's just turning retrograde. Returning to the past Retrogrades as they move backward can also be about going back over something, which is why you have revision but also why there's that theme of potentially moving back in time.
Number seven, as the RET Mercury moves from more Eveningstar into Morningstar, it is becoming more masculine in its orientation, and Eveningstar tends to be more feminine Mercury. A Morningstar Mercury tends to be more masculine, generally speaking, regardless of what sign it's in. So, as that false dynamic transforms for Mercury, you will often see Mercury start through the process of a retrograde start to choose rather than to be assimilated, or a part of some kind of social coherence, that Mercury will try to separate itself and stand apart, the Maverick, the renegade, the heretic, or anything or anyone stands apart and stands alone. And that's more of the masculine. For example, in ancient philosophy, the masculine were associated with numbers. This is like standing apart in the quintessential masculine mode of independence. We're not talking about masculinity. This is in everyone, right? It doesn't matter. gender or sex should not be taken literally in this case, right? We're talking more like young. So standing apart, standing alone, separating oneself out, that's often the process of a Mercury Retrograde from Eveningstar to Morningstar. And remember, the Morningstar appearance where you might notice you're starting to stand apart a little more would be June 1. There are about a few days before, right around there. As Mercury appears as the Morning Star, that's when you're going to notice that, okay, there's been a process, and suddenly I need to stand apart, speak apart, think apart somehow.
Number eight, the start of a transformative process as Mercury goes retrograde and through the whole cycle, sometimes you'll see I'm my mind is changing, but it's a process, a set of circumstances are changing. And there's some meaningful transformation occurring. And that's just a generic way of talking, maybe about reversal or revision or something like that.
Number nine would be giving up what's been gained as a planet goes along through the degrees of the signs. You could think about it as PacMan, gobbling up little pellets. And as the station happens and Mercury goes backward, suddenly, Pac-Man is barfing out the pellets that he just swallowed. So there's always been a sense of Retrogrades, especially for example, when Jupiter turns retrograde, ancient astrologers sometimes say something like the that which is gained will eventually be lost or given back. That's not don't go worrying about that if you have Jupiter retrograde in your birth chart just an example. There are a lot of other examples that can be fitting for Jupiter retrograde, but the potential of a planet going retrograde to give up what it's gained. That's one potential.
Number 10 would be twists of fate, just, generally speaking, things that come up, and it feels like a hand larger than yourself intervenes and just flips the script somehow. It's a very common of Retrograde in general.
Okay, so I hope that that has given you guys some good things to think about with respect to retrograde planets overall, but also this, they all come from this Mercury retrograde cycle as Mercury is paradigmatic of all Retrogrades in a way.
Well, what I want to do next is, let's run through the 12 signs. Let's take a look at all 12 Sun and rising sign horoscopes, and I'm just going to have one keyword for every sun and rising sign so that you can get a sense of where any of these themes, whether it's a breakdown, delay reversal twists of fate, where they're happening, where to watch for them. That alone is usually enough to really, you know, help people to navigate the retrograde.
Alright, so you can see the, you can see on the screen, the chart, and we're putting Aries rising first. So we're going to talk about the signature based on us. You can do this for sun or rising, okay, so if your son or Aries son or rising, we're going to see Mercury in the third house, which is the place of the mind. So you're thinking about mind speech, communication, technology, breakdowns, reversals, shifts, and changes in that area. This is a good time to just pay attention to what kinds of thoughts you're having or how your mind and your thoughts are changing.
Let's go ahead and put Taurus on the ascendant. We put Taurus on the ascendant. Then we're looking at Mercury's retrograde in the second house, that's gonna be associated with your resources. I'm a Taurus rising, for example. And right now, we're having to figure out a little bit of paperwork for our business because we moved from Maryland to Minnesota, and there was one little piece of the registration of the business that we apparently forgot to do. So we're working with our CPA to like it's very thankfully, it's not very stressful, and that's probably, in part knock on wood due to Mercury being in its own domicile and not particularly malefic. You know, in this case, but anyway, you might have to make changes around money, business resources, a new philosophy with how to deal with money, or your business offerings. You know, so looking at the house of money and resources to see where that reversal revision, those unexpected changes might be coming.
Now, again, one of the most positive things about this particular Mercury Retrograde is that Mercury's retrograde is in its own domicile, which means it's protected from the beams of the sun. It's called being in your own chariot. And because Mercury is in its own sign, the closer it gets to the sun, the normal combustion status, which would make potentially really be hard on Mercury, is more protected because Mercury's in its own sign. That's why I was saying probably a little bit less of a challenging Mercury Retrograde not just for myself but for lots of people because Mercury's got that being in its own rulership quality right now.
Okay, so let's go ahead and put Gemini on the ascendant. Now for Geminis. This is in your house, the first house, which is the place of identity, now could be the physical appearance and body that you're concerned with right now. It could be your actual mindset, your way of thinking, deep existential changes, or even superficial appearance changes to your appearance would be what you're looking at right now. How am I changing as a person? How am I changing how I present how I think what is natural to my psychology, these are some of the main concerns for you right now as a Gemini, and you've had it. These are probably really going to be really helpful changes that also coincide with questions about where you belong socially because of the combination of Jupiter being in the 11th that we recently talked about in the Jupiter in Aries horoscopes.
Anyway, let's put cancer on the ascendant. And with cancer on the ascendant, you're looking at worries. That's the keyword that I have for you. Because Mercury's retrograde is on the 12th, I would say that it's, it's likely that you might be worrying about things that you really don't need to worry about or that you're looking at the phenomenon of worry in your life and whether it's really healthy for you or how you can deal with worries or fears or anxieties in general. So I look at this as like a for cancers as a month of like getting to a healthier place mentally and emotionally by looking at what tends to worry you that you can maybe develop a better relationship with you know, working through anxieties and finding new coping mechanisms, but I think a lot of work through retrograde in the 12th for cancer risings as the things that tend to make you anxious or the things that make you feel overwhelmed mentally and emotionally and maybe getting in touch with them a little bit more this month.
Alright, let's put Leo on the ascendant. So for Leo rising, the keyword that I'm using is allies. Mercury's retrograde in the 11th house is a place of friends and groups and allies. And so, with Mercury Retrograde in that house, I wonder about shifting allegiances. Who and what am I loyal to socially? Who are my people? Where do I align socially and professionally? What kinds of colleagues are good or healthy for me? What kinds of friends or groups of people do I belong to culturally, religiously, politically, and professionally? And, you know, are they good for me or not? I think there's some potential for change in that house or revision or like, like twists of fate that serve a really good purpose this month.
All right, let's go on to Virgo. If you're a Virgo rising, this is going to fall in your career house. So the keyword that I have is career. You're looking at a here we go, oops, it's kind of an awkward circle. Let me redo that. There we are. So Mercury is retrograde in your career house. Now, this could mean that there are, you know, things that are changing in the workplace. Within projects that you're working on, within, you know, your relationship with management, or your boss, your title, or your responsibilities, or your workload, or even something broader, like what you feel called to do in general, I could see this being a time where you choose to shift direction somehow, or there are some twists of fate or some delays or something like that with regard to things you're working on. So be patient with the process. Because, again, I think, with the Mercury making contact with Jupiter this month, if there are problems that arise for all of us, the contact with Jupiter, and the fact that Mercury is in its own chariot, to me, suggests that positive solutions and problem-solving will be kind of like available for everybody. So, if you notice that in your career, just hang with it.
Alright, let's go to Libra rising for Libra. This lands in your ninth house. So the keyword I have is belief. Mercury's retrograde in the ninth house may have you questioning your certainty that survival was fair. I felt very certain about something that I believed or that I put my faith in, and now I'm questioning it. So any kind of meaningful inquiry, skepticism, doubt, investigation, a changing of your mind and your higher guiding principles, a change or shift of interest in terms of your intellectual interests, what you're reading or thinking about. And also, maybe something is coming back into your life that you were interested in previously, as a form of thought or study, something like teachers coming back into your life teachings that make a reappearance, these are just some different ideas for you to consider. So that's for Libras. Let's go on to Scorpio.
If you're a Scorpio rising, then this falls into your eighth house. And the keyword that I have for you is contracts, soul contracts, emotional contracts, financial contracts, marriage contracts, the contracts that come to us through sometimes, you know, relatives or grandparents passing away, keeping it light here, but anything that binds you to other people, and are you revisiting or revising different kinds of contracts that you have in your life right now? Are you trying to get out of them? Is someone betraying a contract or an obligation? Are you freeing someone from a debt or burden that they owe you? Or are you being freed from one? I wonder about how things are shifting with regard to the deeper contracts, karmic contracts that you have with other people right now, and I could see them changing quite dramatically with Mercury's retrograde in the eighth. Now, I think again, like the potential for shifting soul contracts, let's call them to provide you with new resources or provide you with something to help you out of a jam is also indicated by Jupiter being in your sixth house. That's something we visited in the Jupiter horoscopes. All right. Let's move along to Sagittarius.
So for Sagittarius, the keyword is relationships Mercury is retrograde in your seventh house. How is the nature of your relationship changing if you're married or in, you know, a committed relationship or of any kind or maybe multiple relationships with Mercury in Gemini? Maybe you've got three boyfriends? But, either way, how are you being asked to change, or how are other people changing in relation to you? So it's all about about the shifting sands in the house of relationships right now, those could be business partnerships. They could be people coming back from the past. There could be unexpected twists of fate regarding any kind of close relationships or partnerships that you have right now. And the thing is, trust them. They're meaningful. And there are also questions here about joy and what brings happiness with Jupiter in your fifth house at the same time. All right, let's go ahead and let's place Capricorn on the ascendant.
So with Capricorn on the ascendant, the word that comes to my mind is labor. Here Mercury is retrograde in your sixth house, a place that was associated with hard work, sweat, blood, and sacrifice, the tears that we put into things that we care about. So I wonder, are your loyalties changing? What do you care about? What is worth sacrificing for? Or on behalf of and what is not? Are you changing? How you work? Are you learning to work smarter? Are you working more effectively? Are you coming up with ways of working or finding resources to aid you so that you don't feel as exhausted or frustrated? Are you finding a new way of dealing with an old problem? These, to me, would be Mercury Retrograde in the sixth. I've seen so many times when people come up with creative solutions to recurring stressors. So that would be maybe one of the best things that could happen here. But also, how are you working? What are you working on? Are you working smartly? Do you care about what you're working toward? Is there some revision that could happen to make that to make things easier on you, or to solve a problem or to ease a load or something like that? It's also about what kinds of sacrifices you feel are worth making and which are not. So the keyword is labor. I think I could use the word sacrifice as well. But we'll go with that.
So for Aquarius rising, the keyword is creativity. Here's Mercury is retrograde in the fifth house. And I often find that this comes up when someone who is creative by nature finds a new way of expressing that creativity, a new medium, a new form of technology, a new design, or implementation of a new skill or craft, or trade. So I like this for creative types in terms of some original creative idea that needs to express itself somehow. I could also see this retrograde being about the question of joy and pleasure. And is your mind a part of what brings you joy? Or is your mind something that overanalyzes and tends to get in the way of experiencing a kind of creative flow state, whether that's just doing fun things? Or that's creating things? Or that's at work or in your relationships? Is the mind helping you? Or is it tending to get you overly anxious and stressed to the point where you can't enter into some kind of flow. The fifth house was called the House of good fortune and the joy of Venus, the goddess of flow, the goddess of creativity, the goddess of color, and art and sensuality. Mercury was a natural antithesis of Venus in some ways because Mercury tended to be a bit more rational and less sensual. So how are the rational and sensual dimensions sort of, you know, communicating with each other right now? I think it's probably important for Aquarians. Alright, let's put last but not least, let's put Pisces up.
And here we are looking at, and you can kind of actually I'm just going to so the keyword is home. And I'm actually going to remove this so that I can circle home on Mercury in the fourth house here. So home is the keyword, and you can see Mercury in the fourth house right there. Mercury Retrograde in the home house can mean I'm going to flip a property or I'm going to redesign, you know, re-shift the furniture around or do some Fung Shui in the house or something about your living environment, you could be making meaningful changes that better suit you around your home or your living environment that create a greater sense of ease or stability or flow, some more intelligent design of that private space where we seek security and refuge and kind of that resting place. So how is that changing? Changes in the family changes, karmic twists of fate that arise around family members around home and family. Sometimes Mercury Retrograde shows up in the fourth house, and someone is unexpectedly pregnant or gets some bizarre news they weren't expecting around home and family. Sometimes you'll also see people deciding they want to move or relocate, or they change their mind about where they're living or something like that. So watch for changes around the home with Mercury's retrograde in the fourth if you're a Pisces rising.
So that takes us through all 12 Sun and rising sign horoscopes. Remember, you can listen to any of those four. You could listen to your son and rising if you wanted to. I really appreciate it if you like and subscribe to and share your comments, especially if you have a story to share. Please Use the hashtag grabbed and then tell your story we aggregate stories, and occasionally, as you guys know, I do episodes where I share the stories from these transits that you guys have lived through, and they are some of the most memorable and exciting episodes that we do.
We're starting very quickly now. And yeah, I've decided I'm committing to red with Jupiter in Aries. My commitment is to the color red. No, for real, though. That sounds crazy. It sounds like I'm just joking. But actually, I just realized I did a purge of my closet. And I realized as I was purging the closet that I had, I was like, everything that I was picking seemed to be very reminiscent of Jupiter and Aries to the point where I was like, Wait a second. Let's not let's just be careful that I'm not just like my wardrobe isn't just being grabbed by Jupiter in Aries. So, I do feel more excited about the color red. So that's what I've got for today. Hope you guys have a good one, and we'll see you again tomorrow. Bye, everyone.