The Full Moon in Aquarius takes place on 15th August 2019 at 1.29pm in Britain. It is the most important Full Moon of the year. It draws in the events of 2017-2018 but also predicts your future, starting The New Age of Aquarius on December 20th, 2020.
Mars, your ruling planet, conjuncts the asteroid Aesculapia today in Aries, your own sign. Your ‘Me’ odyssey goes on. This is neither vanity nor ego, it is what it is! And an aspect of yourself or your look, you assumed was virtually over, makes a comeback.
April 20 – May 20
Inner battles, perhaps, with Mars one sign behind you – or some kind of overheated action plan concerning what you cover up, hide, bury or conceal. There is a suggestion here of a rather miraculous return or revival. Lenny Kravitz said it: ‘It Ain’t Over.’
May 21 – June 20
Mars and Aesculapia in your house of friendship and group commitment restores and revives what (or who) you had assumed was going, going, gone in your life. That’s rather miraculous. There’s also a call to action, here. Joseph Campbell said it. Heroic.
June 21 – July 22
Mars is seen as a malefic, or malignant symbol in your horoscope, thanks to astrologers from the 17th century who used to walk past heads on spikes on London Bridge. These days he’s your call to career action. And what a call. Just cool it a bit. And slow down.
July 23 – August 22
I don’t really think you can assume your book, website, trip, foreign connection, regional commitment, course or workshop is ‘finished’ or even ‘nearly finished’ until you have let this stunning Mars-Aesculapia conjunction work its way to the surface. Because it’s not.
August 23 – September 22
Just when you think it’s over, it’s not over at all – it comes back. Or he comes back, or they do, or she does. And it has such an impact on the way you manage your money, or the house, apartment, expensive items or charity. Talk about a call to action, Virgo.
September 23 – October 22
A high percentage of Libra Sun people will find a former lover returns now and it’s all back on again. An old battle or feud may also return, depending on your personal birth chart. Take the idea of ‘return, revival, resurrection’ and apply it to a particular face.
October 23 – November 21
Mars and Aesculapia are a potent combination in your house of workload and the body. Housework and health. Fitness and the task ahead. Aesculapia was the preeminent healing god of Rome. You have quite a face or organisation to consult at the moment.
November 22 – December 21
This is a real moment for your relationship with your daughter or son, godchildren, nieces or nephews, or your young charges (or responsibilities) elsewhere. It’s transition time. You are leaving 2009-2018 far behind. And this 48-hour leap forward is part of it.
December 22 – January 19
Mars and Aesculapia in Aries in your Fourth House of home, family, property, roots, culture, heritage, household and history call you. You tend to move slowly, carefully and cautiously. Apply that now, to a situation which is just racing. Yet, it offers a revival, too.
January 20 – February 18
The worldwide web, multimedia, publishing, education and all forms of communication suggests an unusual amount of tension, urgency or the need to act (not just talk or think it all through). Does this work for you? Only you know. But – there’s a comeback.
February 19 – March 20
Everything you own, earn or owe comes back down to your values. What you will or will not sell out for. Who or what you consider to be precious to the point of being utterly priceless. Now, a decision looms. Will you act or not? Will you react or not? It’s time.
© Copyright 2019 Jessica Adams. Goddess Media Limited.
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