All new Moons signify beginnings. April 30th’s solar eclipse and new Taurus Moon will enjoy the extra benefit of a Venus Jupiter conjunction in harmonious Pisces. The planting of seeds, literal and otherwise, is particularly highlighted under each year’s new Taurus Moon.
Though the Sun has moved into feisty Aries, Mercury is hanging back in peaceful Pisces for one final week. Indeed, Mercury will find itself at the center of a great deal of planetary activity during the next three weeks, as it ventures through late Pisces, all of Aries and into Taurus.
Two notable alignments will take place during the next two weeks. On March 3rd Venus, Mars and Pluto will conjoin at 27 degrees of Capricorn, and on the 5th the Sun and Jupiter will conjoin midway through Pisces. In the previous edition, I explained that Pluto reached 27 Capricorn 33 on February 20th, aligning exactly with America’s natal Pluto for the first time in 246 years.
On February 20, 2022, for the first time in 246 years, Pluto will return to the exact spot it was at on July 4, 1776. In this post, astrologer Elizabeth Pendleton explains the components of this alignment and puts its significance into context. Elizabeth has been a professional psychic reader since 1998, and she has been writing about astrology since 2007. This article will help those unfamiliar with astrology to get their bearings, as the first of these major conjunctions unfolds. It’s 1776 again!
Over the next two weeks, Mars will enter ambitious Capricorn and Mercury and Venus will conclude their retrogrades in the industrious earth sign. Mars will enter Capricorn on January 24th, and begin making its way to March 3rd conjunctions with Venus and Pluto. On January 25th, Mercury will backtrack into Cap,