We’re coming out of a period of an extended Capricorn stellium, which ran from December 2019 to the Winter Solstice of 2020, a full year. Our foundation, in many levels, has undergone an extended metaphorical earthquake of activity, cutting across numerous disciplines.
But that transformation is not finished yet. In fact, it’s only just begun.
We jump out of one stellium into the next.
The wheel above is when the Moon approaches the Sun and the New Moon of that month, but it will trigger each of these planets in Aquarius in turn on the 10th as it races through the sign. This is some rich material for celestial observation.
What we can see is the sign that deals with changes, the upcoming Age that deals with Aquarius, is laying itself out for examination, but it may represent some of what is not happening, of people remaining divided rather than learning to work together. But it will be far more fleeting than the Capricorn stellium which was exact in the 22nd degree. This Aquarian stellium is spread out across the entire sign, while being squared by both Uranus and Mars. Each of these can be disruptive, but Uranus especially so since it is the ruler of Aquarius. A picture is being painted. Can we interpret the clues that are about to be given to us regarding our future?
Radical shift indeed.
On this date in February, Saturn is at 6 degrees, Jupiter 12, Venus 12, Mercury 16, Pallas Athena 21, the Moon 22 and the Sun 23 degrees of Aquarius. Unlike its Capricornian predecessor, Jupiter is the slowest moving of this bunch while passing through Aquarius. By the time Pluto enters the fray, the Aquarian entourage will be long gone.