Feb 11 2018
Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Feb 12, 2018 – Feb 18, 2018:
We have a lot going on this week, with a New Moon in Aquarius, a partial solar eclipse, and two planets (the Sun and Mercury) changing signs. Starting on Monday, we have a with a last quarter (Balsamic) Moon in Capricorn at the midpoint between Saturn and Pluto. With this configuration, you’d do well to think about how your actions are aligning with your career goals and your reputation.
Feb 05 2018
Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Feb 5, 2018 – Feb 11, 2018:
We start the week on Monday with a disseminating Moon in Libra, which first trines the Sun (in Aquarius) and then later trines Venus and opposes Uranus. As Moon transits are fleeting, this series of transits will likely only produce short-lived effects.
Jan 31 2018
ARIES: Two of Wands
Be on the lookout this month for opportunities that are available to you, even those that may not be so readily apparent from your current vantage point.
The Two of Wands — this version from the gorgeous Shadowscapes Tarot — speaks of having put an initial plan into action (with the Ace of Wands) and seeing it starting to gather momentum. It means that something has started to happen — something that’s big enough to assure you you’re on the right track, but not yet well-thought out enough to ensure that it’s a go.
This could be something that was once just a dream or half-formed vision about where you see yourself “down the road.” You may be thinking of going back to school, or looking for another job or approaching someone you’re interested in and asking them out to dinner. It doesn’t have to be something big. But it can lead to something huge.
The Two of Wands asks, “What are you waiting for?” and “why are you holding back?” It tells you that there’s no time like the present to put yourself out there and take at least the first steps toward pursuing your goals.
You may not have fully fleshed out your ideas. And that’s perfectly ok. The Two of Wands speaks of putting something into action that will gather momentum over time. It encourages you to expand your horizons and reach for broader vistas. It speaks of taking a look at your long-term goals and acting on them with courage and conviction.
If you’ve been hesitating due to fear or uncertainty, now is the time to put those worries aside. You’re already seeing how some moves are paying off, and are now in a position to take things to the next level. The Two of Wands says that all you aspire to is now within your grasp; you only need to gather up the courage and confidence to go after it.
Jan 28 2018
Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Jan 29, 2018 – Feb 4, 2018:
This week starts on Monday with a 1st quarter (Gibbous) Moon in Cancer. The 1st quarter Moon is tied to home, family, security, emotions and needs (among other things). It’s comfortable in Cancer (the sign it rules), although the first aspect it makes (an opposition to Saturn) is anyhing but.
Jan 21 2018
Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Jan 22, 2018 – Jan 28, 2018:
We start this week on Monday with Mercury inconjuncting the North Node and semi-sextiling the South Node. This aspect can see you feeling at odds with your plans and goals (Mercury) and what you see as your life’s purpose (the North Node). In what ways are you getting in your own way and interfering with your progress?
Jan 15 2018
Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Jan 15, 2018 – Jan 21, 2018:
We start this week on Monday with five planets in Capricorn, and a Balsamic Moon (also in Capricorn) conjunct Saturn. That’s a lot of Capricorn / Saturnine energy that can manifest as a preponderance of focus on things like discipline, diligence, responsibility and perseverance.
Jan 07 2018
Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Jan 8, 2018 – Jan 14, 2018:
This week starts with a handful of mostly-pleasant aspects (conjunctions and sextiles) on Monday. First there’s Mars and Jupiter — which are still conjunct — forming a sextile to the Sun, Venus and Pluto, which are also loosely conjunct.