Happy Lunar New Year! This goes out especially to all the readers across Asia who have been coming to this website since I first started writing about astrology for Elle, Marie Claire, Cleo and Vogue in South Korea, Japan and Singapore. I always love hearing your feedback about each Lunar New Year as it arrives. Now – Year of the Pig (Boar) begins on 4th February at 9.0pm UT. A life-changing New Moon will take place that day and the (global) year starts here with huge celebrations from Chinatown in London, right around to the streets of Tokyo. This really is life-changing, too. What you begin on 4th February will reward you in February 2021, be put to the test in February 2022 and transform your life in April 2032. If you are curious about Year of the Pig, Asian astrology and Lunar New Year, please see all the special features this month. If you are a Premium Member you can pick up exclusive extras to help you in Year of the Pig in the best possible way. Important! Mercury Retroshadow begins around February 20th depending on where you live in the world. Please read more about this cycle now by seeing the feature I wrote on this website. Don’t get caught out.
Jessica Adams B.A.. has written horoscopes for Elle, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Bloomingdale’s and Marie Claire during a global career as a professional astrologer. Her astrology books include Astrolove, Handbag Horoscopes and 2020 Vision (Penguin) and the #1 Amazon bestseller 2020 Astrology – Your Five Year Horoscope Guide. Jessica is also a novelist published by Penguin. She lives between Australia and Britain and edits The Holiday Goddess Guide to Paris, London, New York and Rome (HarperCollins). Read more online at Family Circle USA.
Current Planetary Positions
You can check the position of the planets, the asteroids and other important heavenly bodies, in the twelve signs of the zodiac. The best way to use these is to have your birth chart data with you. If you see anything in your chart at the same degree (first number) and sign as anything on the daily list, that’s big.