Astro-Notes on January 20, 2015 – Aquarius New Moon

Daily aspects:
– Uranus conjunct SN in Aries/opposite NN in Libra (aspect perfection)
– Sun ingress to Aquarius at 4:43 am EST
– Moon ingress to Aquarius at 7:59 am EST
– New Moon at 0:08 Aquarius at 8:13 am EST
– Ceres in Capricorn sesqui-quadrate Jupiter Rx in Leo

First the Sun and then the Moon made ingress to Aquarius, where they met once the Moon caught up with

the Sun at 8:13 am EST to start a new lunation cycle that is imbued with this newness and energy shift, which holds a distinctive electrical charge we have to handle careful. Change is in the air. We know it, we feel it, we sense it, we experience it. Yet, no matter what’s trending, we have to keep committed to our work and do whatever is necessary or demanded from us for the realization of the greater goal and the achievement of our mission, whereby we need to recognize the opportunities for growth in this situation. Moreover, we’ve entered a period of the year when we seek to become more individualistic as well as involved in our group purpose and/or with our social circle and are also more inclined to express ourselves differently or in new and unconventional ways, while following trends and making personal changes that lead to progress. In fact, we might even reinvent ourselves.

The Sabian Symbol for the New Moon at 0:08 Aquarius states:
“An old adobe mission in California. Keynote: The power inherent in all great human works to endure far beyond the workers’ life spans – THE CONCRETIZATION OF AN IDEAL.”
(Dane Rudhyar, “An Astrological Mandala: The Cycle of Transformations and its 360 Symbolical Phases”, Pages 248-249)

Aquarius New Moon 2015

Tarot card of the day is the 8 of Pentacles”, suggesting that we’re building on our previous successes, especially in regard to the work we’ve done in the past or the visions and dreams we’ve had. We need to be diligent, make an effort and plug away. Important is also in this regard to find out the facts, to increase our expertise, to check and recheck what we’re doing.


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