Episode 63 features a discussion with Kelly Surtees and Austin Coppock about some of the key astrological alignments and auspicious election charts for February 2016.
During the show, we’ll cover topics such as the impending retrograde Mars in Sagittarius and Scorpio, an upcoming emphasis on mutable signs, and a recap of some of the highlights of the recent retrograde Mercury in Aquarius and Capricorn.
I also introduce some promising choice charts for various dates throughout the month and talk about the reasons behind the charts I choose.
Below are the show notes, followed by links to download or stream the recording of this episode.
Astrology Calendar 2016 now available
The astrologer Kirk Kahn has just published the PlanetWatcher astrology calendar for 2016.
This is the source of the cover we use for our forecast episodes, and it is a great way to see at a glance the major planetary alignments and interests for the whole year.
Astrological alignments for February
- February is the new January! Mercury right in Capricorn + Venus in Capricorn, will help straighten Mercury Rx bloops or confusion after Mercury.
- Something dignified with Venus in Cap / Mars in Scorpio.
- Month of sextiles (kindness, support, connection, ease, even if a reality check or a reminder).
- Greatest aspect Mars in Scorpio sextile Jupiter in Virgo, February 13th–14th
- Sun textile Saturn, February 3rd.
- Sun textile Uranus, February 6th.
- Venus sextile Mars 6./7. Feb., Mercury sextile Saturn Feb 25 / Uranus Feb 27.
- Mars in the shadows of February 18, 23rd Scorpio (Mars in late February connects to late May, June, July, early August).
- Mars squared above the sun, especially around the Aquarian new moon February 8th. Highlights the Mars themes, something about the spirits of Christmas present / future ?.
- Annual sun conjunct Neptune aspect at the end of the month.
Promising election charts for February
These options are set for Denver, but you should be able to use roughly the same times that you set for your location as they are set to local time. Just make sure that when you move the chart, it shows the same ascending sign and degree in your location as shown in the table below.
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