The Age of Pisces and the Transition into Aquarius (Reblog)

Last time we did some historical speculation about the previous astrological ages from Virgo to Aries. In this post we’ll explore the current age in …

The Age of Pisces and the Transition into Aquarius

The Sign of Aquarius — Astrology Musings

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Many assume Aquarius is a water sign, mainly because the name means literally ‘water’ (from the latin Aqua), and the glyph represents dual flowing waves of some medium.

A more elaborate symbol of the sign is a figure pouring water from a jar, the ‘water bearer’, or ‘water carrier’, further underlining the assumption that Aquarius is a water sign.

No Water In Aquarius

But Aquarius isn’t a water sign; the name and the glyph are kind of metaphorical, showing a way of working, a process, a methodology, rather than something definitive. Aquarius represents a free flowing process, an openness, perhaps something like the world wide web, where in theory at least, information en masse is available for all to assess and discern using their own wisdom.

And what does a water carrier do? It’s not so much the actual medium of water that is important. Anyone could get a drink of water if they so wish. But the water carrier symbolises pouring out for all, being of service to the many.

Hopes, Dreams & Wishes

Aquarius is the fixed air sign. The medium of air is to do with communication, mentality, sociability. But how fixed can air be? Perhaps one way of viewing it is concentration. A concentration of air is like a strong wind, or maybe a fresh breeze to blow away the cobwebs, in preparation for something new, fresher, better.

Aquarius is the second sign after the winter solstice, when the sun appears to stop and begin to move northward again. Capricorn begins the process, like some earthing or crystallisation, laying firm foundations, as befits the Saturn rulership of that sign.

The Great Teacher Saturn

So Aquarius is also ruled by Saturn (not Uranus, in my opinion), but it’s a different side of ‘the great teacher’. Saturn plans ahead, systematically with ideas, and with Aquarius this builds for the future — the hopes, dreams and wishes of mankind, upon the materialistic foundations of Capricorn, for the coming spring in the north, the fall in the south, as the sun moves relentlessly northward.

The water bearer’s energy is powerful at present and change is on its way. Not the violent, revolutionary change of Uranus, but the instigation of ‘plan a’ of the ages — the beginning of a ‘golden age’ which we are blessed to witness.

Copyright Francis 2021

Creation Pen and Brush: For Signs and Seasons and the Falling Stars — The Unexpected Cosmology (Reblog)

A couple of summers ago, on two very different dark nights, I was able to view the Milky Way Dark Rift for the first time. This was something achieved quite late in my life because it is only really in the last five years that I have begun to explore YHWH’s creation in great detail…

Creation Pen and Brush: For Signs and Seasons and the Falling Stars — The Unexpected Cosmology

2021, January 13: Evening Planets — When the Curves Line Up (Reblog)

January 13, 2021: Mercury and Venus can be found in the west-southwest during bright evening twilight. Mars is higher in the sky when the sky is darker. It is nearing the planet Uranus.

2021, January 13: Evening Planets — When the Curves Line Up

Brexit Delivered, January 1 2021 — Great Britain Goes It Alone? Astrology Musings

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After four and a half years of bitter debate and seemingly endless negotiation, the United Kingdom finally — effectively — leaves the European Union on January 1 2021, quitting both the single market and customs union.

This chart set for midnight on New Year’s Day, the moment the country leaves, to my mind encapsulates the situation and the choices for this newly independent, offshore island.

What stands out is the close opposition between a Leo Moon and the Jupiter Saturn conjunction in Aquarius along the 5th/11th house axis. This is part of a near T square involving Mars but especially Uranus in Taurus in the 8th house.

New Opportunities

The Moon is also the ruler of the MC, another indicator of government and the country’s aims. There is a great amount of tension and pent up energy and dynamism here, which could potentially be explosive politically and economically.

Nevertheless, here too is the opportunity for a new beginning; the people will wish for more self determination as a response to the restrictions of 2020, and the prospect of a fresh approach in regard to our ideals and running our political and financial institutions — ourselves and the way we use money.

New Parties — Politics Transformed?

The country as a whole will begin to feel more confident, speculative and patriotic but in surprising ways.

New, or transformed political parties are likely to emerge and perhaps make an immediate impact, such will be the appetite of the people for a fresh, egalitarian and more local approach to politics. Following 2020, I think the people will trust central government less and will want to run their own affairs more closely.

The journey is clearly not going to be easy, however. With Uranus in Taurus, financial affairs are generally chaotic all over the world. In the 8th house of this chart, the UK’s ability to control the situation and steer a steady course is limited, bringing shocks and surprises through unravelling events the country inherits from other areas out of its control.

Read All The Small Print

Venus, the ruler of the chart, is in Sagittarius in the third house separating from a tricky aspect to dissolute Neptune in the sixth. So whilst there is a clear need for freedom of approach in general terms, there will also be much deception and false hope, which should advise the government and the people to read all the small print of any new deals and alliances.

The trade deal announced with the EU on Christmas Eve, which is due to be debated in Parliament, needs to be examined closely. Other trade deals are likely to be more straightforward and will represent great opportunities for building the foundations of a brighter future, as seen symbolised by the Great Conjunction in Aquarius in the 5th house.

Steady As She Goes

The Sun and Mercury in Capricorn in the fourth house may help to ground the country’s approach with some realism, especially as Mercury is applying to a positive aspect to Neptune, hopefully indicating that the government will have enough wits about it to read the situation more clearly, be forewarned.

However, with Pluto’s continued presence in Capricorn, the overall political situation remains distorted and dangerous, threatening the fabric and foundation of the country and the world.

I think January 1 2021 represents the ‘good ship’ Britannia’s new voyage into uncharted waters. Steady as she goes might be the apt advise to the captain. It will be a bit of a rocky journey, though not without opportunity; we are already seeing this in the number of trade deals in the offing. The future certainly favours the brave, but do we have the right people at the helm?

Copyright Francis 2020

Astrology of Today – Wednesday, December 23, 2020 — Astrology Cafe (Reblog)

Today’s Moon: The Moon is in Aries. A void Moon occurs today from 5:50 PM forward (until tomorrow at 5:55 AM). The Moon is waxing and in its First Quarter phase. We’re between the First Quarter Moon that occurred on the 21st and the Full Moon that will happen on December 29th. Retrogrades: Mars is […]

Astrology of Today – Wednesday, December 23, 2020 — Astrology Cafe

Astrology of Today – Tuesday, December 22, 2020 — Astrology Cafe (Reblog)

Today’s Moon: The Moon is in Aries. There is no void Moon today. The Moon is waxing and in its First Quarter phase. The First Quarter Moon occurred yesterday and the Full Moon will occur on December 29th. Retrogrades: Mars is not retrograde but is in its post-retrograde shadow until January 2, 2021. Current retrogrades: […]

Astrology of Today – Tuesday, December 22, 2020 — Astrology Cafe

Yuletide 2020 — The Classical Astrologer (Reblog)

Image courtesy of Vancouver’s Winter Solstice Lantern Festival 2020 Marsilio Ficino wrote in a letter to Rinaldo Orsini: “… I recalled what the ancient sages say, not without very good reason, in their fables about Saturn and Jupiter, Mars and Venus; they say that Mars is bound by Venus, and Saturn by Jupiter. Thus simply […]

Yuletide 2020 — The Classical Astrologer

The solar year ends and starts with a great conjunction — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

Today is the winter solstice, which as I have explained on various occasions, in the past, is for me the natural New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day rather than the arbitrary 31 December/1 January. Obligatory Stonehenge winter solstice image Today in also the occurrence of a so-called great conjunction in astronomy/astrology, which is when, viewed from […]

The solar year ends and starts with a great conjunction — The Renaissance Mathematicus

Jupiter in Aquarius Square Uranus in Taurus Transit — Diamond Fire Astrology (Reblog)

Jupiter in Aquarius Square Uranus in Taurus pushes forward into a new revolution in innovation, creativity, and adjusting the new horizons. This may be re-inventing self with new ideas, new education, and teaching one’s self to be self-disciplined, and thinking of long-term gains versus short-term gains. This might bring up a serious amount of impatience […]

Jupiter in Aquarius Square Uranus in Taurus Transit — Diamond Fire Astrology

Jupiter in Aquarius and the Reshaping of Culture — (Reblog)

Jupiter makes its way through Aquarius from December 19th of 2020 to December 28th of 2021, emphasizing a widespread desire for freedom and the joining of forces with those of like mind in order to achieve shared goals and aspirations. Aquarius is the sign that represents the intellectual and material capacities of man, his or […]

Jupiter in Aquarius and the Reshaping of Culture —