Sunday’s partial solar eclipse with the New Moon in Pisces is coming right up. As it happens, the Sabian symbol for the eclipse degree has “self-quickening” for its Sabian symbol keyword. And moving faster — with ease and agility (literally or metaphorically) — happens better when one offloads what’s unnecessary and travels light.
Do you want a simple guideline to the current astrology that’s also easy to remember? If so, Len Wallick offers one for your consideration in this piece. It begins with first defining, then refining, the practice of restraint — especially as regards to a certain (and, unfortunately, familiar) form of verbal expression.
The day before entering Pisces, the Aquarius Sun makes an interesting, possibly subtle and potentially useful aspect to a rather notorious centaur planet: Pholus in Sagittarius. Since we’re between eclipses, this could offer some momentum to any pattern-shifting you’re attempting. Small, concrete actions can yield cumulative results.
Using a documentary about the reciprocal relationship between the Mofu people of Cameroon and the Jaglavak ant as a starting point, guest writer Steve Guettermann discusses “sacred reciprocity.” That is, spoken and honest prayerful intent, offered from a place of gratitude and abundance (rather than “behaving to have”), even during a Dark Night of the Soul.
You know money when you see it, and likely the same with love. As Len Wallick sees it, the two-week period between the lunar eclipse taking place today (or tomorrow, depending your time zone) and the solar eclipse to follow will be an opportune time to realize the power of your mind when it comes to both.
With the Sun reaching the midpoint of Aquarius, a ‘fixed’ sign, the season ‘fixes’ into place. Yet our astrology is still leaning more heavily on the mutable signs (which are adaptable) and the cardinal signs (which are about initiative); as Amanda Painter notes, socially we seem to be reflecting this energy.
The Sun in fixed Aquarius is reaching a point where it will be resonating strongly with a large number of celestial objects in cardinal signs. As Len Wallick sees it, this puts you in a position either to make conscious choices or create unintended consequences based on how you think and what you feel.