Today, Mercury moves into the sign of Gemini. On April 29th, this planet of communication moved into Gemini, but then retrograded and retreated into Taurus. Mercury re-enters Gemini today and will remain there until July 5th. We’re more interested in trivia, knowledge nuggets, and detached remarks at the moment. During Mercury’s transit through Gemini in the coming weeks, there may be frequent shifts in mood and theme. We’re adaptable and quick to pick up new information. The Moon is in truth-seeking Sagittarius for the day, aligning with Jupiter in the morning and Mars and Chiron in the evening. We can express our feelings and spirit for adventure or exploration through relatively simple routes.
What planets are now retrograde?
There are 5 planets in retrograde right now, and that’s what it all boils down to.
- From September 28 to October 19, Mercury will be retrograde.
- From June 21 until October 17, Jupiter is retrograde.
- Saturn is retrograde from May 24 to October 10 this year.
- From June 26 until December 1, Neptune is retrograde.
What residences do the planets occupy right now?
What sign is that planet currently in?
- Taurus is the sign of Mercury. At 08:11 UTC on June 13th, 2022, Mercury enters Gemini.
- Venus is in the sign of Taurus. At 17:34 UTC on June 22, 2022, Venus enters Gemini.
- Jupiter is in the sign of Aries.
- Saturn in Aquarius (retrograde).
- Uranus is currently in Taurus.
- Pisces is ruled by Neptune.
- Pluto is in Capricorn (retrograde).
The Sun is in Gemini this week; Mercury is in Taurus until June 13th, when it will enter Gemini; Venus is in Taurus; and Mars is in Aries.
From May 20 until June 21, the Sun is in Gemini. With the Sun in Gemini, we are motivated by knowledge and diversity. Under this effect, we become more gregarious, intellectual, and insatiably curious. Because of our curiosity and awareness of all of our possibilities, we tend to spread our efforts. We’re more outgoing and adaptable, yet we can also be unreliable.
Gemini is the sign of duality and compromise. The energy of Gemini is intellectual, cheerful, perceptive, and flexible. It’s skeptical, willing to consider alternative viewpoints. We’re ready to trade, share, and exchange information, as well as teach, lead, and learn.
During the Sun-in-Gemini cycle, we receive information and profit from the impartiality of this transit. It’s a clever and crafty influence since we’re quick-witted, cheery, and entertaining, and we can easily adapt, watch, and listen.
On the other hand, we can be gossipy, too academic, or overly rational when a gentler approach might be preferable. We may be living too much in our heads, disconnected from what’s in our hearts, as we convey and digest information.
From April 10 to 29, and May 22 to June 13, Mercury is in Taurus. When Mercury is in Taurus, our thoughts are grounded, substantial, and practical. More imaginative thinking loses out to common sense. Under this effect, we communicate more intentionally, and our minds are more focused to the world of the five senses. We choose the tried-and-true over novel ideas.
We can simplify our lives by focusing on one item at a time, but we risk becoming too limited, conservative, or inflexible in our thinking. It’s a period of pragmatic intelligence and leisurely decision-making and mental processes. We may (and are satisfied with) rote, routine, deliberate, or monotonous labor and procedures.
From April 29 to May 22, and from June 13 to July 5, Mercury is in Gemini. We are unusually chatty, interested, and friendly while Mercury is in Gemini. Mercury is the ruler of Gemini and is at ease in the sign. We want to obtain a broad understanding of a variety of topics rather than go deeply into a single one.
While Mercury is in Gemini, we are exceptionally sharp when it comes to making a point or debating. Wordplays, jokes, and negotiations entice us, and we’re easily distracted. We’re more interested in trivia, knowledge nuggets, and detached remarks at the moment. There may be frequent shifts in mood and topic. We’re adaptable and quick to pick up new information.
From May 28 through June 22, Venus is in Taurus. Venus is naturally passionate, satisfied, and possessive in Taurus. We desire security and place a high value on things that last. We have a voracious thirst for pleasure.
Taurus is a sign that appreciates the present moment and the world of the senses. During the Venus-in-Taurus cycle, tangible and tactile gestures of love and romance play a prominent role. Under this influence, we tend to cling to someone or something we care about.
Excessive possessiveness and seeing our spouses as objects that we own or desire to own is the dark side of this.
In terms of money, Venus in Taurus seeks out products that are high-quality, robust, practical, and long-lasting. Now is a better time to hold on to our belongings. We prefer earthy, natural, and grounded things in art, tastes, and pleasures. This is a moment when we can be a little more indulgent. We prefer stability over excitement in love and pleasure because uncertainty disturbs us more than usual.
From May 24 through July 5, Mars is in Aries. Mars is at ease in Aries, one of the signs it rules, and as a result, its strength is amplified. Under this influence, our energy is spontaneous, forward-thinking, and even bold. Our competitive spirit is strong, and we are determined to succeed! We are busy, focused, and self-assured.
Our acts are straightforward.
We immediately seek out the quickest route from point A to point B. Impatience, arrogance, impulsivity, short-term memory, unreflectiveness, and self-centeredness are the dark sides of Mars in Aries.
With Mars in Aries, we pursue our goals straight-forwardly, confidently, and unashamedly. The same is true when it comes to expressing rage. Our desire to be first, to arrive first, and to accomplish things on our own is well-developed; our independence, enterprise, and initiative are well-developed.
This transit is better for tasks that demand courage and a lot of enthusiasm and energy, but not necessarily for a long time. We don’t want to look back or overthink things; all we care about is what we can do right now. We aren’t ones to mince words, so we go straight for what we want.
In what retrograde are we now, in the year 2021?
The retrograde of Mercury has returned! Mercury, the planet in astrology that governs communication, entered retrograde on September 27, 2021, and will remain so until October 18, 2021. Mercury retrograde causes the planet to appear to move backwards from west to east.
What kind of retrograde are we in right now?
The first retrograde will occur between January 14 and February 3, 2022. The second retrograde will occur between May 10 and June 3, 2022. The third retrograde will occur between September 9 and October 2, 2022. The fourth retrograde will occur between December 29 and January 18, 2023.
What is Chiron’s current location?
Because Aries is the first sign of the zodiac and is related with childlike emotions, Chiron is currently in Aries, indicating that you are attempting to alleviate suffering from your childhood or youth.
In astrology, where is Jupiter now?
Did you know that today, April 12, 2022, could be the most fortunate day of the year? That’s thanks to the extremely unusual Jupiter-Neptune conjunction.
Allow me to explain: Since December 28, 2021, Jupiter, the planet of expansion and prosperity, has been transiting through Pisces for a year. Jupiter orbits the sun every 12 years, spending around 12 months in each of the 12 zodiac signs. It is presently in the sign of Pisces. Neptune’s orbit around the sun, on the other hand, is far longer. It takes 165 years to complete the circle, which means Neptune spends an average of 13.5 years in each of the 12 signs.
What is retrograde in the year 2022?
Mars is the last of the personal inner planets, the planets closest to the Sun before Jupiter. This could explain its protective, if not confrontational, demeanor. Mars, like a heavenly guard, prepares us to defend what we value. For about eight weeks, the crimson planet hangs out in a zodiac sign, controlling worldwide mood and battling style. Mars pivots retrograde every two years, locking it in one or two signs for seven months. From October 30, 2022, until January 12, 2023, Mars will be retrograde in Gemini.
In astrology, what is ascending?
Your ascendant sign, often known as your “rising sign,” is the zodiac sign that was rising above the eastern horizon when you were born. It creates a birth chart for you.
The rising sign represents the beginning of the first section of your birth chart, which is divided into 12 sectors of life. This section of your birth chart reflects you, your health, personality, vitality, and even your physical look.