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Weekly Astrology Forecast — Feb 12, 2017 – Feb 18, 2017

Forecast

Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Feb 12, 2017 – Feb 18, 2017:

Coming on the heels of Saturday’s Full Moon lunar eclipse, we start this week with a another lunar aspect: the Moon in Virgo — still full — and conjuncting the North Node. As Virgo is the sign associated with humility, productivity, self-improvement and service to others this Moon is great for shifting our collective focus toward these areas.

February 2017 Monthly Horoscopes by Chrisalis

Monthly Horoscopes

Happy Birthday Aquarius! Here are highlights for the month ahead.

Lunations: Moon Phases for the entire month:

New Moon: This month’s New Moon is a Solar Eclipse occurring on Feb 26th at 8° Pisces 12″.

Full Moon: This month’s Full Moon is a Lunar Eclipse, occurring on Feb 10th at 22° Leo 28″.

Retrogrades: Jupiter turns retrograde on February 6th, all other planets will be in direct motion for the remainder of the month.

Ingresses: Venus enters Aries on February 3rd, Mercury enters enters Aquarius on Feb 7th, the Sun enters Pisces Feb 18th,  and Mercury enters Pisces Feb 25th.

Continue reading for complete scopes for each sign:

Weekly Astro Forecast — Jan 29, 2017 – Feb 4, 2017

Forecast

Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Jan 29, 2017 – Feb 4, 2017:

As we start the Chinese New Year, it’s no surprise that we’re already beginning to hear the Fire Rooster Crow! Add to the Saturday’s New Moon in Aquarius and Mars’ ingress into Aries and we can see why tensions are not only heating up, they’re coming to a boil.

Weekly Astro Forecast — Jan 22, 2017 – Jan 28, 2017

Forecast

Here is the Ask the Astrologers Weekly Astro Forecast for the week of Jan 22, 2017 – Jan 28, 2017:

This week starts on a relatively mellow note and ends with a bang, with both a New Moon (in Aquarius) and Mars moving into its own sign (Aries).

Starting on Sunday, with the Moon in Scorpio in trine to Mars in Pisces, you may feel more like staying in bed or lounging around the house in your pj’s than you will getting out somewhere and putting your mark on the world. This isn’t the most sociable placement for the Moon to begin with, but is good for intimate or one-on-one interactions.