Forecast Dec 13-31, 2021: Living The Dream

2021 has familiarized everyone with the essence of the Saturn Uranus squares in fixed signs. Even after December 24th’s final exact square, Saturn and Uranus will remain in tight alignment for much of 2022. Additionally the eclipses and node shifts into Taurus and Scorpio will apply more pressure to the fixed signs. That said, for beleaguered Tauruses, Leos, Scorpios and Aquariuses, with yet another year of obstacles ahead of them, some relief is in sight. On December 28th Jupiter will stop inflating tensions when it exits Aquarius and re-enters Pisces.

In the mutable water sign, it will collaborate with immeasurable Neptune. As noted in the previous article, Neptune’s spheres of influence range from delusion to spiritual enlightenment. Jupiter will be in Pisces from December 28, 2021 to May 10, 2022 and from October 27th to December 20th of next year. In the collective, the co-presence of Jupiter and Neptune in Pisces may manifest as mass confusion over further virus infiltration and mutation and incoherent and widely varying public health policies. On the other hand, soul unfoldment may take place at an exponentially accelerated rate. Artistry of a profound caliber is also likely to flourish during this time. The creativity that Neptune and Pisces foster is of course highly susceptible to intoxication and spacing out, and Jupiter expands whatever it comes into contact with. To ground all of the inspiration that will beam in from Jupiter and Neptune, the cosmos is serving up a hearty dose of sober, serious Capricorn.

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The first of three Venus Pluto conjunctions in Capricorn took place on December 11th. On December 13th Mercury will enter the cardinal earth sign, followed by the Sun on the 21st. Astrology’s tenth sign is where ambitions form and where the work to achieve their aims gets done. The next Venus Pluto conjunction will occur on December 25th, and the final one on March 3, 2022. Remarkably, informative Mercury will join Venus and Pluto in late December and Mars be in the midst of Venus and Pluto in early March. Mercury and Pluto will conjoin at 25 Cap 53 on December 30th and Venus, Mars and Pluto will meet in the 27 degree range near the new Pisces Moon of March 2nd. Translation: the co-mingling of Pisces’s imagination and Capricorn’s pragmatism starting now will culminate in early March. Afterwards, transforming Pluto will carry, and amplify, the Capricorn component into the rest of the year. Fortunately, the Capricorn Pisces axis, that all of the aforementioned planets will be traversing, forms the agreeable sexile. This is a flowing aspect, in contrast to the harshness of the fixed sign squares. Though Capricorn and Pisces attain their ends in starkly different ways, their energies can be synthesized harmoniously and to great effect. So even while long-abiding structures continue collapsing, it’s time to start living the dream.

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Forecast Nov 29-Dec 12, 2021: It’s About To Get Real

Precisely conveying the meaning of Neptune is about as easy as nailing down a piece of jello. Fully describing its retrograde is even more complicated. Then again, this is the elusive planet of dreams, illusion and deception that is invisible to the naked eye. Its gamut runs from fully realized enlightenment to clinical insanity, with addictions thrown somewhere in between. Definitions aside, the distant rascal has been retrograde since June 25th, and on December 1st it will station and begin to make forward progress. Fittingly, Neptune’s shift into down gear went largely undetected. June 10th’s solar eclipse in Gemini and June 17th’s Saturn Uranus square were making all of the headlines. That doesn’t mean that the oceanic outer planet hasn’t been performing its primary duty, dissolution, for this entire time. Since October 30th, when provocative Mars entered emotionally-charged Scorpio, Neptune has had a willing and most capable partner in the revelation sector. Cooperatively working from water signs, the two planets have crystalized much and supported a good deal of reprioritization. Notably, Neptune’s coming station is tied to the bookend solar eclipse to June 10th’s.


On one hand, December 4th marks the end of the Gemini/Sagittarius eclipse series that began on June 5, 2020. Further, Gemini, Sagittarius and Pisces (where Neptune is) are all mutable signs. Mutable signs are associated with closure. On the other hand, new Moons signify initiation. When said new Moon is in Sagittarius, the next horizon is emphasized. In the background, indelible Neptune is presiding over this moment, when one tide is coming in as the as old one pulls out. If the intangibility of this aspect feels too nebulous, Venus and Pluto are about to linkup in down-to-earth Capricorn.


On December 11th the two will meet for the first of their coming conjunctions. In the sign of institutions, government and big business, the two are bound to ignite macro-economic trends that will manifest into the lives of multitudes of ordinary people. Several big ticket spending items will be before the US Congress at this time. Capricorn is of course where Venus, the personal money planet, will be retrograde from December 19th through January 29, 2022. It is also the sign reforming Pluto inhabited when the GFC got going in earnest back in 2008.
This combination of a personal planet in direct contact with a generational, global influencer suggests that their impact will be clear and substantial. Also, that these meetings will take place in the Saturn-ruled earth sign, underscores the element of sobriety, an interesting antidote to Neptune’s less desirable, escapist tendencies. It is said that Jupiter represents belief and Neptune faith. The new (Jupiter-ruled) Sagittarius Moon and eclipse will offer hope and aspiration. Neptune, with some undeniable clarity from Mars in Scorpio, is delivering the insights. Finally, Venus and Pluto are bringing reality to the party.

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