We don’t want to know…or do we?
The Full Moon will be at 8°53’ Cancer (antiscion 21°07’ Gemini).
Once again, a heavily dominant Earth/Cardinal chart, indicating a practical action-oriented energy.
Full Moons are when matters climax, they are “now or never” moments regarding any projects we have initiated or intentions we have set at the preceding New Moon fourteen days ago.
As well as opposing the Sun in Capricorn, the Moon, well dignified in its own sign, will also make an easy sextile aspect to Uranus, retrograde in Taurus. A desire for something new and exciting [...]
I suggest you read your Sun and Rising sign.
Jupiter hurtling through Aquarius and your 11th house of friends and groups will sextile your first house Sun from mid-December 2020 to mid-May to go retrograde and then forward over the last decan until the end of the year: this should help life flow in the right direction especially if any legal matters are involved. Moreover, the first half of the sign will also have Saturn in a sextile aspect to your first house Sun throughout the year, again in your 11th house, and this could bring merits and recognitions, providing you put in the [...]
OOB Mercury barges out of Sagittarius with the usual bluntness and awkwardness that often characterises his sojourn there and bounces into Capricorn. It’s OOB status started on December 13th and ends on January 4th.
After fun-loving Sagittarius this will certainly hit him with force, dampening his mood and deepening his thoughts and encouraging all of us to think, plan and talk in a much more serious fashion more so during the OOB phase which lasts for the major part of Mercury’s stay in Capricorn.
Mercury’s first important encounter is an easy trine to retrograde [...]
A huge bump in welfare benefits?
Jupiter, the planet of plenty, faith and optimism, enters the Fixed Air sign of Aquarius and seemingly makes a dash to get out of the sign as soon as possible! In fact, on May 13th the planet makes its ingress into watery Pisces only to re-enter Aquarius by retrograde motion on July 28th.
Aquarius’s traditional ruler is Saturn, so Jupiter moves from ambitious, stern Capricorn to the more future-oriented, individualistic yet collectivist sign of Aquarius. The modern co-ruler of this sign is Uranus now transiting in a square aspect to its home sign.
Looking on the bright side it could be manifest as new social tolerance, perhaps....
Saturn returns to the sign of Aquarius to stay until March 2023, the planet has already spent just over two months in Aquarius from March to the beginning of July this year before returning to Capricorn.
Saturn spent the last two and a half years in Capricorn where it was perfectly at ease (cold, dry planet in a cold, dry Earth sign) and where it made the (in)famous conjunction with Pluto in January of this year.
The last time Saturn transited in the sign of Aquarius was from February 1991 to January [...]
After approximately twenty-days stay in Scorpio’s deep and murky waters Venus now enters the more free-wheeling sign of Sagittarius.
Sagittarius is ruled by Jupiter and this rather over-optimistic planet might induce Venus to yearn ecstasy in some form, especially during the days when it will be in a square aspect to transiting Neptune in dreamy Pisces (December 28-31). Rules often also mean a lot to Venus in this sign, inviting others to follow our rules as we preach what we often don’t practice may therefore be another way of expressing itself...this trait may also show itself up in [...]
some hard truths will be inevitable….
Occurring at 23°08’ Sagittarius (antiscion 6°52’ Capricorn) and visible as a total eclipse in Chile and some parts of Argentina as well as some regions in southern South America, south-west Africa, and Antarctica will see a partial solar eclipse, if the weather permits. (1)
An OOB Mercury is still closely conjunct the New Moon (in a separating aspect) this hints that some uncomfortable truths might be blurted out during the days preceding the lunation. Or that communications/travel plans could go haywire for some reason. The OOB period lasts[...]
On 21st December Jupiter and Saturn will conjoin in the sign of Aquarius at 0°29’ (antiscion 29°31’ Scorpio).
As Nick Champion (2020) reminds us, according to the Persians and later taken up by the Islamic world and Medieval and Renaissance Europe, this signifies an entirely new period of history, lasting around two and a half centuries. At such moments of change kingdoms rise and fall and new prophets appear, preaching new religious teachings.
The two planets move into alignment, or conjunction, every 20 years but this year they will be so close that they'll look like a "double [...]