The Spring equinox on Tuesday heralds a new season and a new era. Pluto is poised in the final days in Capricorn, doubly approaching a trine aspect to Ceres retro in Libra. Ceres is in an opposition aspect to the Sun and Moon at the New Moon. A transformation to custodial care of the economy for the future generations begins, with the Moon in Pisces sextile aspect to Uranus in Taurus, and semi-sextile to Jupiter in Aries. An easing of economic conditions prevents serious disruptions. The New Moon in Aries, less than a full day past the equinox, shows Venus’ conjunction aspect to Rahu in Taurus. A stellium in Aries accompanies the New Moon with Mercury, Chiron, and Jupiter. A historical new chapter propels us into a future of social and economic dimensions, putting institutions in jeopardy. Institutions serve the masses, so Pisces (and the 12 House) is the astrological sign of interest for institutions. They will need revitalization. Financial loss is represented by Uranus in Taurus, a planet that signifies reversals, while Venus’ conjunction with Rahu in Taurus at the equinox is a sign of recovery from loss, although there may be pain involved.
Summary of Major Aspects of the Week
Wednesday March 15th — Mercury approaches a conjunction aspect with Sun and Neptune in Pisces, and communication is established in general, with a conscious effort to transform. Greater empathy for have-nots and the uneven distribution of fate awakens empathy. As the Sun supersedes Neptune, and loss unifies. Venus in Aries is square aspect to Pluto in Capricorn. Ambitious advances are forced into retreat. Mars in Gemini and in a square aspect to the Sun/Neptune conjunction aspect, forces a solution. The Moon in Capricorn is sextile aspect to Saturn in Pisces early in the day (US time zones), afternoon in UK, EU, and points eastward. The Moon is disposed of by Saturn until it reaches the conjunction aspect with Pluto on Friday. The Moon seeks stability through organized institutions. Saturn in Pisces finds the weaknesses in institutions. As Saturn transits through the sign of Pisces, chaos may follow. Jupiter in Aries supersedes the conjunction aspect with Chiron, expanding a sense of woundedness. Demonstrations reveal a sense of injustice. Powerful forces (Pluto in Cap, Uranus in Taurus, Neptune in Pisces) such as earthquakes, have wounded large numbers of people, the powerless masses.
Thursday March 16th — The Moon in Capricorn is square aspect to Chiron and Jupiter in Aries, and trine aspect to Uranus in Taurus. More reversals can be expected to impact financial institutions. Mercury in Pisces approaches the close conjunction aspect with Neptune and the Sun, as the Sun supersedes Neptune, as candidates begin their campaigns for a future office in the White House. Some misconceptions need to be clarified. Venus in the final degree of Aries makes a square aspect to Pluto in Cap, exposing a scandalous situation, leading to a political downfall.
Friday March 17th — Mercury supersedes Neptune and the Sun in Pisces, square aspect to Mars. Mercury is the dispositor of Mars in Gemini, so critical elements in verbal depositions are likely to facilitate further the downfall of a certain candidate. The chart of Trump’s announcement of candidacy has Uranus retro at the same degree as Uranus today. He could be forced to withdraw his candidacy. Venus’ ingress to Taurus, while in the square aspect to Pluto in Capricorn, and the Moon in a conjunction aspect with Pluto, and then ingress to Aquarius, disposed of by Uranus. Venus is in its sign of rulership, and sextile aspect to Saturn in Pisces, shows the fortitude of justice.
Saturday March 18th — Ceres retro in Libra makes quincunx aspects to Venus in Taurus and to Saturn in Pisces, with Venus and Saturn in sextile aspect, for a Yod formation for more creative interventions. Mars in Gemini is square aspect to Neptune and Sun in Pisces, exposing corruption. Saturn’s stern nature denotes organization in the field of Pisces dispersal. Ceres denotes protection of justice in Libra and shows a need to clear out corrupt operatives.
Sunday March 19th — The Moon in Aquarius makes a trine aspect to Mars early today, and then ingress to Pisces with a conjunction aspect to Saturn. Certainly, the tides are turning. Mercury ingress to Aries early today, with an opposition aspect to Ceres. Mercury and the Sun are sextile aspect to Pluto in the anaretic degree of Capricorn, as they maintain an out-of-sign conjunction aspect. Mercury is in an opposition aspect to Ceres in Libra, while a new era is celebrated with idealistic hope.
Monday March 20th — The Sun ingress to Aries signifies the equinox, and a new cycle of the zodiac begins. A stellium in Aries reaffirms progress toward renewal, with Mars in Gemini sextile aspect to the Moon and Ceres in opposition aspect to the Sun. Pluto in Cap semi-sextile aspect to Saturn in Pisces, Saturn semi-sextile to the Sun in Aries, Mercury in Aries semi-sextile to Venus in Taurus, and Jupiter in Aries semi-sextile to Uranus in Taurus indicate a series of inter-dependence as the world grows closer to recognizing one humanity. Ceres retro in Libra and in an out-of-sign trine aspect to Pluto in Cap, demands a voice on the future with the opposition aspect to the Sun. The Moon in Pisces makes a sextile aspect to Uranus enhanced by a semi-sextile aspect to Jupiter in Aries, and a square aspect to Mars in Gemini before the conjunction aspect with Neptune. Debunking conspiracies theories brings to light corrupt practices, denounced by decisive rulings. Aggressive legal decisions are applied. Changes in government policies could also foment chaos.
Tuesday March 21st — The Moon in Pisces makes a square aspect to Mars in Gemini early today, and a sextile aspect to Pluto in Cap. Mars, as the dispositor of the planets in Aries – Sun, Mercury, Chiron, and Jupiter denotes action to promote the desired policies of the will of individuals. The Moon in conflict with Mars could act with the backing of the forces at its disposal (Pluto in Cap). The Moon ingress to Aries (16:03 UT = 11:03 EST) and the conjunction aspect with the Sun at the New Moon (17:24 UT = 12:24 EST), creating a full stellium in Aries. Venus in Taurus makes a conjunction aspect with Rahu (North Lunar Node) as desires for food, physical pleasures, and greed overwhelm, as an expectation of profit is motivating the desire for personal reward. Mercury in Aries is semi-sextile aspect to Venus in Taurus, while Jupiter in Aries is semi-sextile aspect to Uranus in Taurus. Ambitious candidates unwisely express radical views. Bank failures and stock market volatility are still a possibility.
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March 14, 2023
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