Venus has just entered Taurus! All the impulsive energy that has manifested over the last 26 days, leading us to act quickly on our passions in romance and causing us to jump through fires, has waned to make way for the patient and confident energy of the sign of the Bull. We think forwards during this time, we are interested in real, practical meaning and the long term result and we are relievingly calm and steady. Continue reading
Both Venus and Mars have now left the intuitive, water sign of Pisces and entered the daring and bold fire sign of Aries.
For the past three weeks we have all been awashed with a haze of unmistakable Piscean energy that sent our heads into the clouds and urged us to pick up a paint brush to paint a beautiful landscape or a pen to write an imaginative story. Pisces, after all, is all about the deep, subconscious mind.
Catch up on planetary events for February and March 2015! Accurate dates and times are available here, taken from Michelsen and Pottenger’s revised and expanded third edition of ‘The American Ephemeris for the 21st Century, 2000 – 2050 at Noon’.
Well, it is the start of a new year and Venus, our love planet, has just entered Fixed Air sign Aquarius. Our approach to love is more honest and open at this time and we are more willing to give one another the space we so often need in romantic relationships.
Mercury, our planet of communications, education and mental activities is set to turn retrograde on the 21st of January 2015, so it is wise to prepare for this by getting much of what you can do done before then, in terms of finishing off essay papers, updating accounts and especially tying up bank correspondences. Continue reading
Jupiter is set to turn retrograde on Monday the 8th of December 2014, at 22°38′ Leo. Currently, it appears stationary in the sky and against the backdrop of the zodiac belt, it is all set to begin moving backwards. Continue reading
Catch up on planetary events for December 2014 and January 2015! Accurate dates and times are available here, taken from Michelsen and Pottenger’s revised and expanded third edition of ‘The American Ephemeris for the 21st Century, 2000 – 2050 at Noon’.