February has no full moon! Instead, we'll have one solar eclipse, coming midmonth on the 15th at 4:05PM in Aquarius, the first solar eclipse (of 3) for 2018. This eclipse can help us to focus on the future, our dreams for what it would be like, and what we hope for in our lives and for the world. We can work on coming together and trying to work together for a common cause and purpose, and try to have an impact on the world. It's not about one, it's about all, and finding our place in the world. We can work well with friends, and groups can accomplish a lot, and we can push for the causes that we're passionate about and believe in.
We can be more independent, innovative, and focused on originality and uniqueness. We can be open to what's different and unconventional, step outside of our comfort zones and push boundaries that need to be challenged. We don't need to keep things as they've always been. Change can be a good thing, and we can embrace that. We can focus on the new, the different, the strange, and we can see the good that can come from that. We can unlock new possibilities by broadening our perspectives and being more objective. And we can be true to our individual selves while still finding a way to come together and leave room for other ways of being.
The eclipse is sextile (positive aspect, two signs away) the ruler of Aquarius, Uranus (in Aries), so that helps to amplify the energy and use it well. The eclipse is conjunct (aligned with) Mercury in Aquarius, stimulating our minds, increasing communication and ideas, helping us think more about the future and think outside of the box, and we can be more engaging and open. The eclipse is also square (hard aspect, 3 signs away) Jupiter in Scorpio, so we may be excessive at times, feel a little too good at times, and think a little too big at times, so we may need to keep ourselves from letting things expand too much too fast.
The solar eclipse occurs at 27 degrees 7 minutes in Aquarius. The aspects for this solar eclipse are:
Conjunction: 22 degrees 7 minutes - 29 degrees 59 minutes Aquarius; 0 degrees 0 minutes - 2 degrees 27 minutes Pisces
Semisextile: 25 degrees 7 minutes - 29 degrees 7 minutes Capricorn or Pisces
Sextile: 22 degrees 7 minutes - 29 degrees 59 minutes Aries or Sagittarius; 0 degrees 0 minutes - 2 degrees 27 minutes Taurus or Capricorn
Square: 22 degrees 7 minutes - 29 degrees 59 minutes Taurus or Scorpio; 0 degrees 0 minutes - 2 degrees 27 minutes Gemini or Sagittarius
Trine: 22 degrees 7 minutes - 29 degrees 59 minutes Gemini or Libra; 0 degrees 0 minutes - 2 degrees 27 minutes Taurus or Virgo
Quincunx: 25 degrees 7 minutes - 29 degrees 7 minutes Cancer or Virgo
Opposition: 22 degrees 7 minutes - 29 degrees 59 minutes Leo; 0 degrees 0 minutes - 2 degrees 27 minutes Cancer
*Note that eclipses have an impact of up to six months before and after.
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Mercury Retrograde in Libra: September - October 2021
Saturn Square Uranus 2021
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October 2021 New & Full Moons
September 2021 New & Full Moons
Black Moon Lilith in Gemini: July 2021 - April 2022
White Moon Selena in Capricorn: July 2021 - February 2022
Ceres in Gemini: July - December 2021, February - May 2022
Ceres in Taurus: May - July 2021, December 2021 - February 2022
Jupiter in Pisces: May - July 2021, December 2021 - May 2022, & October - December 2022
Jupiter in Aquarius: December 2020 - May 2021, July - December 2021
Saturn in Aquarius: March - July 2020, December 2020 - March 2023
Uranus in Taurus: May - November 2018, March 2019 - July 2025, November 2025 - April 2026