So symbolically the Spring Equinox is the moment when the Sun enters his sign of “exaltation” (best placing), Aries being the first sign of the zodiac and the official beginning of the astrological New Year. It’s fabulous for individuation – in other words, anything that gets you back to you, anything that reconnects you with your sense of self, a healthy ego state, positive self esteem and a sense of entitlement.
I have a sense that this week’s Sun – Neptune conjunction will be paving the way to the far more important, imminent Jupiter – Neptune. Unfolding events could be packed with clues and pointers with regards to a personal matter, or to things that will make more sense in a month’s time. If I had to choose one theme as being top of the list it would be reality checking. Don’t believe everything you hear or are told. Check the facts.
The fact that this next Venus – Mars conjunction is the second in the space of three weeks makes it extra significant. This happens because last time (16 Feb, in the middle of Capricorn) Venus had recently turned direct (29 Jan) and was still picking up speed … Venus now catching up with Mars again repeats the conjunction BUT in a different sign (Aquarius) AND at 0 degrees. This is known as a “critical degree” – powerful beginnings, the start of a whole new chapter.
The Astrology Blog 21 February 2022 All times in GMT “Dependency may appear to be love because it is a force that causes people to fiercely attach themselves to one another. But in actuality it is not love; it is a form of antilove … it seeks to receive rather than to give.…
Love – is it all part of a plan, is it really all written in the stars? Er, yes. Seen it thousands of times. Students you’ll find the rules for relationship astrology in an additional segment at the end of this blog, with Prince William’s chart as a working example.