A tight stellium of planets in the sign of Aquarius that has been holding strong since the start of February is beginning to separate.
Nina Simone once famously wrote, “We need to learn to leave the table when love is not being served.” What is equally important is that we learn to invite fear to the table when it has us in its grips.
A bevy of planets will hang out in constellation Aquarius this week (one of them retrograde), and a New Moon joins them on Thursday, February 11th. There's a saying that too much of anything is never really a good thing. The next few days will be filled with one too many eccentricities.
“There is always a light, if only we’re brave enough to see it. If only we’re brave enough to be it.” Amanda Gorman
People often confuse the sign of Aquarius for being a “Water” sign because it’s glyph, or symbol, is that of the Water Bearer – a man pouring liquid from a barrel. It is assumed the liquid is water, when really, it is ether.
The Winter Solstice is a time to give birth to the light. After a dark year filled with so much death, the light will shine once more. Trust, that the light will shine once more.
A Solar Eclipse peaks in the sign of Sagittarius on Monday, December 14th at 11:16 a.m. ET. This solar event will conjunct the planet Mercury, also in Sagittarius, as well as the south node of the Moon, which represents where we’ve all been in our collective Karmic journey.
What Is Decayed,
You cannot stay.
Why are you still here?
The New (Dark) Moon in Scorpio peaked on Sunday, November 15th, just two days after Mars stationed direct in the sign of Aries. Remember, Scorpio and Aries are the step-siblings of the Zodiac. Both signs are assertive; Aries’ approach is initiating while Scorpio’s approach is instinctual.
I don’t know about you, but the past four years for me have been filled with tremendous anxiety. When I think of the amount of anger, immense sadness and despair that’s been hanging out in my body – the body of our collective – I feel beyond relieved to be able to breathe freely again.