January 3rd: Venus enters Aquarius at 6:48 am PST. Venus partners with Mars in the fixed air Aquarius sign of friends, colleagues, and associates gracing the arrival of 2015.
January 4th: Mercury enters Aquarius at 5:08 pm PST. The messenger planet joins Venus and Mars in the spirit of Aquarian fellowship contributing to an expansive sense of compassion and goodwill in the midst of a transformational Full Moon in today’s “Cardinal Cross” aspect.
January 4th: Full Moon in Cancer/Capricorn at 14 deg 31 min at 8:53 pm PST. The first Full Moon of 2015 activates a brief “Cardinal Cross” aspect with Uranus in Aries, Pluto in Capricorn, and the Moon’s Nodes in Libra/Aries. This aspect represents an initiatory echo from last April’s “Cardinal Cross” alignment that coincided with completions and new beginnings both collectively and personally during the Spring Season of 2014. By February 2015 the powerful transits of the past year will begin to fade.
January 12th: Mars enters Pisces at 2:21 am PST. The planet of action arrives in the mystical waters of Pisces reminding us to test the waters in making choices following any New Year resolutions we promised ourselves. Transiting Mars will enter its native sign of Aries on February 19th beginning a 40-day period for taking action after testing the waters of our resolutions.
January 20th: Super New Moon in Aquarius at 5:14 am PST. The Sun and Moon merge in the early minutes of a single degree of longitude in the sign of Aquarius on January 20th resulting in a rare Aquarius New Moon double header event followed by a second Super New Moon in the final degree of Aquarius on February 18th ushering in the Chinese New Year.
January 21st: Mercury stations retrograde in Aquarius at 7:54 am PST. The first Mercury retrograde of 2015 is in the sign of Aquarius insisting that we consider the bigger picture of how we as individuals fit into the collective community of the global village. Mercury will station direct at 1 degree in Aquarius on February 11th.
January 27th: Venus enters Pisces. Lady Venus completes Her New Year visit in Aquarius to serve as a muse with Mars, Chiron, and Neptune in Pisces through February 19th.
September 1st: Mercury enters Libra. September begins with Mercury’s arrival in the diplomatic sign of Libra. For the next 26 days the planet of communications emphasizesfairness and win/win solutions in negotiations and discussions.
September 5th: Venus enters Virgo. Feminine Venus graces the service oriented sign of vestal Virgothrough September 29th during the peak of the annual harvest season before completing the month of September in her native sign of Libra.
September 8th: Super Full Moon in Pisces/Virgo. The final Full Moon of summer completes three consecutive Super Full Moons in close perigee to the Earth at 16 degrees in Pisces/Virgo. Those with chart angles or planets between 13 to 20 degrees in themutable signs of Pisces, Gemini, Virgo, and Sagittarius are likely to experiencecompletions or redirection in their lives during this lunar cycle.
September 13th: Mars enters Sagittarius. The planet of action has more room to roam inthe expansive fire sign of Sagittarius for the next six weeks before entering the serioussign of Capricorn on October 26th.
September 22nd: Autumn Equinox/Sun enters Libra and Pluto stations direct. The summer season of 2014 officially completes in the northern hemisphere at 7:29 pm PDT as the Sun arrives in Virgo ushering in the autumn season.Transiting Pluto in the sign of Capricorn at 11 degrees slowly begins to step forward from its five month retrograde.
September 23rd: New Moon in Libra.The first New Moon of autumn prepares the way for cooler weather and the holiday season. New beginnings and transformation are in theair as Pluto gradually gains momentum towards yet another epic square aspect with Uranus in mid December.
September 27th: Mercury enters Scorpio. The messenger planet shifts its emphasis from détente and diplomacy in Libra to power and secrecy in the sign of Scorpio within six weeks of a national election day in the United States.
Thanks to Lee of StillwatersAstro for this great forecast!