Aquarius: A snapshot of February 2020

The Aquarius new Moon occurs January 24, 2020 at 9.41.55pm GMT > end date is February 23

This lunation has some influence over Donald Trump’s impeachment trail > see America’s Aquarius new Moon chart here

February 2020 at a glance

There are 7 aspects in the Mars cycle and progressed Moon in the Aquarian Age chart is opposition progressed Mars (February 5) > end date is March 5

Jupiter is conjunction and parallel Pluto in the sky and square Saturn in the Jupiter cycle (February 17) > there are 4 aspects in the Jupiter cycle

Saturn is conjunction Pluto in the sky; parallel Pluto in the Pluto cycle; parallel Neptune in the Saturn cycle; and square Jupiter in the Jupiter cycle (February 17) > progressed Moon in the Aquarian Age chart is parallel progressed Saturn (February 8) > end date is May 1

Uranus is parallel Neptune in the Uranus cycle (ends April 14)

Neptune is parallel Pluto in the Pluto cycle; parallel Sun in the Neptune cycle (April 2); parallel Saturn in the Saturn cycle (April 2); conjunction Sun in the Neptune cycle (ends February 25); and parallel Uranus in the Uranus cycle (ends April 14) and

Pluto is conjunction Saturn in the sky; parallel Saturn in the Pluto cycle; parallel Neptune in the Pluto cycle; and parallel Jupiter in the sky (March 1)

In the Aquarian Age chart progressed Moon is opposition progressed Mars (February 5); parallel > parallel progressed Saturn (February 8) > and parallel progressed Venus (February 23)

See America’s Aquarian Age chart progressed to January 21, 2020 here

Major astro-events February 2020

Progressed Saturn is parallel Neptune in the Saturn cycle > peak power date is April 2

Progressed Uranus is parallel Neptune in the Uranus cycle > end date is April 14, 2020

Progressed Neptune is conjunction Sun in the Neptune cycle > end date is February 25, 2020

Progressed Mars is parallel Mercury in the Mars cycle > peak power date is February 7 > end date is March 19 > on January 28 Mars was parallel Jupiter and square Neptune in the sky

Mars events involve strife, warfare, rows, boiling anger, violence, missile attacks, shootings, explosions, military operations, disasters, accidents, fires, wildfires, the army, soldiers, police officers, firefighters, doctors and emergency workers

February 1: Progressed Jupiter is sextile Moon in the Jupiter cycle > end date is February 5

February 2: Progressed Mars is semisextile Pluto in the Mars cycle

Progressed Sun is sesquisquare Moon in the Sun cycle

February 4: Progressed Saturn parallel Neptune in the Saturn cycle starts > peak power date is April 2 > end date is August 15

February 5: Progressed Moon is opposition progressed Mars in the Aquarian Age chart > end date is March 5

February 7: Progressed Mars parallel Mercury in the Mars cycle is at peak power

February 8: Progressed Moon is parallel progressed Saturn in the Aquarian Age chart > end date is May 1

Progressed Mars is semisextile Venus in the Mars cycle

Progressed Jupiter semisextile Mars in the Jupiter cycle starts > diplomatic moves to stop the fighting > peak power date is February 12 > end date is February 17

Progressed Neptune semisextile Venus in the Neptune cycle starts > peak power date is March 6 > end date is April 2

February 9: Progressed Mars is conjunction Mercury (and parallel Mercury) in the Mars cycle > war talk, a war of words, escalating anger and hate > see Mars in 200 words here

Progressed Jupiter semisextile Sun in the Jupiter cycle starts > a prominent politician is on trial > peak power date is February 13 > end date is February 17

February 10: Progressed Mars is semisextile Moon in the Mars cycle

February 11: Progressed Sun is parallel Venus in the Sun cycle

February 12: Progressed Sun is conjunction Venus, sextile Jupiter and square Mars in the Sun cycle > goodwill and conflict at the peace talks

Progressed Jupiter square Saturn in the Jupiter cycle starts > a spike in financial-economic discord > high cost climate emergencies > peak power date February 17 > (wrong date was given in major astro-events timeline article) > end date is February 22 > see Saturn in 200 words here

February 14: Progressed Mars is trine Uranus in the Mars cycle > the police have luck dispersing angry protestors at the violent demonstrations

Progressed Saturn semisextile Sun in the Saturn cycle starts > peak power date is February 24 > end date is March 5

February 16: Progressed Sun parallel Uranus in the Sun cycle starts > peak power date is February 19

February 17: Progressed Mars is square Mars in the Mars cycle

February 19: Progressed Sun is sextile and parallel Uranus in the Sun cycle

February 23: Progressed Moon is parallel progressed Venus (women) in the Aquarian > end date is May 18

Progressed Sun is semisquare Saturn in the Sun cycle

Progressed Jupiter parallel Mercury in the Jupiter cycle starts > religious leaders spark controversy > peak power date is April 6 > end date is July 27 > Jupiter is parallel Pluto in the sky March 1 and conjunction Pluto April 5 

Progressed Saturn conjunction Neptune in the Saturn cycle starts > a major astro-event > Saturn is the planet of security, economy, recession, fear and loss > Neptune is the planet of schemes, aviation, big pharma, corporations, investors, stocks and fraud > the climate crisis adversely impacts investment > peak power date is March 4

Pisces new Moon at 3.32pm GMT > see America’s new Moon chart here

February 25: Mars conjunction Jupiter in the sky starts > peak power date is March 20 > see America’s Mars-Jupiter conjunction chart here

February 27: Progressed Sun is semisquare Pluto in the Sun cycle

February 28: Progressed Neptune inconjunct Jupiter in the Neptune cycle starts > peak power date is March 25 > end date is April 24

February 29: Progressed Jupiter parallel Venus in the Jupiter cycle starts > court cases involving prominent women > peak power date is April 17 > end date is July 19

Forecast data and periods

Aspects in the sky have a wide time-frame that’s determined by the aspect’s orb of influence. The date indicated is when the aspect is at peak power.

Aspects formed by Mars in the Mars cycle have a 3 day time-frame (36 hours either side of the indicated peak date) or 6 days (72 hours either side of the indicated peak date) if it’s a parallel aspect.

Aspects formed by the Sun in the Sun cycle have a 2 day time-frame (24 hours either side of the aspect’s peak time).

Events related to a designated aspect can occur during its forecast period.


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