Aquarius is unique, principled, and forward-thinking. Aquarius is a combination of the air element and the fixed quality, and its outlook is both defined and exploratory. The Aquarianagenda prioritizes scientific advancement. To create new inventions, originality and rationality go hand in hand. Aquarius is a forward-thinking sign. With Pluto in the picture, there’s a trend toward decentralisation, as groups and communities assert and recover power by banding together and forming networks to share resources. This will almost certainly entail the sharing of electricity generated and stored between neighborhoods. Wind power is just one of several areas that will gain traction in this new economy, aided by the transit of Uranus in Taurus, which will help to develop new green infrastructure. Pluto in Aquarius aims to level the playing field and distribute power more evenly. Individual ownership will be substantially replaced by communal sharing, and cooperatives are expected to thrive.
These shifts are being predicted by more than just astrologers like me. Best-selling author Jeremy Rifkin explores how lateral power, technology, and renewable energy will soon revolutionize life on Earth in his book The Third Industrial Revolution. Rifkin lays forth the numerous opportunities and challenges that await us.
We must be prepared by preparing the human race to transition from an industrial existence to a collaborative future, just as our forefathers did from an agricultural and rural lifestyle to an industrial and urban way of life.
The water-sign bearer’s has a significant impact on distribution.
Aquarius gives birth to a plethora of life-sustaining ideas and resources.
Aquarius is a water sign, but it has a lot of water in its symbolism.
Water is a natural cleanser and purifier. In February, the Sun enters Aquarius, which originates from the Latin word “februare,” which meaning “to purify.” The water-bearer refreshes us by showering us with water. This is the start of something new. A new day has arrived.
In Greek mythology, Aquarius is associated with Ganymede, a lovely young man who so captivated Zeus that he appointed him as his everlasting cup-bearer. Ganymede gave the gods ambrosia to keep their immortality. Aquarius is a regenerative and life-giving sign. Pluto in Aquarius may also aid to preserve the rights of the LBGTIQ group as well as people who are otherwise marginalized, as Ganymede was Zeus’ lover.
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What does it indicate if Pluto is in Aquarius on your horoscope?
Pluto in Aquarius encourages us to change our perceptions of ourselves and our place in the world in our personal life. It’s natural for us to think about what’s best for ourselves and what will benefit us the most in the future, but what if our first, natural instinct was to think about what’s best for others and what will benefit us all the most in the future? This is the transformation that Pluto in Aquarius want to see in us… will we heed the call?
Pluto Retrograde in Aquarius
When Pluto performs a u-turn in the sky, he focuses his transforming force on us as individuals rather than the world at large. We’re forced to confront the pieces of ourselves that we’d rather keep hidden. Pluto Retrograde in Aquarius forces us to analyze our motivations for our actions: Are we actually acting in the best interests of others, or are we just looking out for ourselves? Do we truly believe we are a part of mankind, or do we believe we are superior to others? Do we pay attention to others’ needs or assume we already know what’s best?
We may not like some of the answers we find during Pluto’s Retrograde in Aquarius, but that’s the point: only when we recognize that something in our lives is holding us back can we begin to make the necessary changes to let go of those habits. Allow Pluto Retrograde to bring you to this insight.
If you were born with Pluto in Aquarius
It’s a potent combination to have the planet of power and change in the free-thinking and inquisitive sign of Aquarius. You know that negative energy is preventing you from getting where you want to go. You not only notice your own defects and attempt to correct them, but you also see the problems in humanity and seek to correct them.
You may find it easier to let go of things than others because Pluto in Aquarius is more attached to the mind than to emotions. But just because you understand that change is a necessity in life doesn’t mean you should start pulling down things only to change them. You may end up deleting sources of stability and happiness from your life that you will never be able to replace.
Throughout your life, you’ve probably experienced one or more significant changes in your social environment. Your hopes and ideas have been colored and shaped by these events. You’ve learnt that endings are also beginnings, and that something must die in order for something new to be created, thanks to this constant turmoil. This knowledge is a gift you may provide to the rest of the world. Write a book, start a public blog, or start a podcast to process and disseminate your ideas. Your knowledge is critical to our collective success.
When did Pluto enter Aquarius?
If that sounds complicated and time-consuming that’s because it is. While the United States’ Pluto return is exact (or at the exact 27-degree mark) for the first time ever this week, astrologers agree that the slow-moving planet has been inching its way through Capricorn for a couple years. With Pluto ultimately moving into Aquarius on March 23, 2023, only to retrograde back into Capricorn twice before shifting into Aquarius for real on November 19, 2024, we may expect to feel its effects throughout this year and the next two.
What effect does Pluto have on Aquarius?
Aquarius, talk about ego demise. Pluto’s return is having a magical effect on you, so you’ll be spending this time digging deep into your mind.
Expect huge alterations to your psychological inner world with Pluto in your twelfth house. These Pluto transits will compel you to confront the elements of your psyche that have been buried for a long time. This is the time to confront your self-destructive patterns and let go of the things that are preventing you from reaching your full potential, says Ash.
What sign of the zodiac is Aquarius?
The Aquarius New Moon (late January or early February) and Aquarius Full Moon (late July or early August) are the only two days of the year when you can create your particular Moon sign Power Wish.
What is the duration of Pluto’s return?
Some planets have such a long cycle that no human has ever seen them return. Uranus takes 84 years, Neptune 165, and Pluto 248 years to orbit the Sun. While no individual can experience a Pluto Return, when Pluto returns, nations and empires are forced to investigate their own underworlds.
While all three exact strikes of the United States’ Pluto Return will occur in 2022, Pluto’s slow motion means we are already experiencing it, and have been since Pluto first entered Capricorn in 2008. Let’s take a glance at Pluto’s natal location in the Declaration chart before we get into the details of this transit.
Is Pluto still in the zodiac sign of Capricorn?
Pluto’s return to 27 degrees is significant, but the Planet of Transformation entered Capricorn, a sign associated with money, domination, power, authority, and ambition, on November 27, 2008, and will remain there until 2024.
Saturn is in Aquarius for how long?
On April 29, 2022, Saturn will enter Aquarius. Saturn is a slow-moving planet that spends 2 to 2.5 years in each sign. As a result, the impacts of this transit on natives are long-lasting and severe, affecting people of all zodiac signs. Saturn is the planet of ‘Karma,’ and it brings Karmic balance to the Universe. It is a dreaded planet in Vedic Astrology.
Because Saturn rules Aquarius, this transit will have considerably greater ramifications for all 12 zodiac signs. Depending on the sign, these effects might be both good and harmful. The implications of the transit on our love and relationships, finances, job and education, and health are all discussed here.
These forecasts are based on Moon signs; however, if you want a more in-depth look at the impact of this transit, you can get your Personalised Saturn Transit Report.
What exactly is Pluto’s return?
Pluto’s impact is generational since it is the furthest planet from the sun and moves slower than the rest. Pluto will complete its first revolution in the chart of the United States of America in February 2022. Pluto was last in Capricorn 246 years ago, during the year when the public declared independence in 1776; this means that Pluto returns are limited to countries and circumstances since they take too long for individual people to experience. If you’re not familiar with astrology, the astrological placement of
How long will the Aquarian Age last?
While the “Aquarius Season” lasts 30 days, the Aquarius Age is claimed to last 2,160 years. So, what is Aquarius Season, and how does it differ from the age? Let’s go back and look at the background of everyone’s favorite water-bearer in both modern astrology and its roots in ancient astronomy before we come to any conclusions.
The name “Aquarius” comes from the Latin word “aquarius,” which means “water-carrier, water-pourer.” Its astrological sign is water, yet it has the appearance of an electrical jolt. Aquarius connects us to forces of originality, eccentricity, independence, bold expression, and epiphanies of all kinds, and properly so. It yearns for innovation and points us in the direction of what is possible in the future. It catalyzes creativity, new discoveries, or exhilarating novelty when sparked. Technology advances are sparked by activated Aquarius energy in our culture, which is arguably what brought us the Internet. However, Aquarius energy pushes us to think about social justice as a component of the collective and communal experience.
Aquarius, like all planets and zodiac signs, isn’t all excitement and forward-thinking movement; it also has a dark side. It can be distant, non-committal, impetuous, alienated, or restless in Aquarius. Aquarius energy enjoys getting things started but not necessarily finishing them. Keep an eye out for the famed Aquarian “Last Unicorn Syndrome,” in which it believes it is the first and only person to think of an idea.
Aquarius is the archetypal misfit, lone wolf, or mad scientist. It’s a rebel who sometimes has a cause and sometimes doesn’t. Aquarius was ruled or regulated by Saturn in traditional astrology, while many modern astrologers now identify it with Uranus because Uranus had not yet been found. Saturn is known as the “night ruler,” whereas Uranus is known as the “day ruler.”
While we all have Aquarius or Uranus in our natal astrology charts, its influence on our lives or self-expression is determined by our unique natal astrology chart. Those born under the sign of Aquarius (Sun, Moon, or Rising) may feel particularly drawn to the Aquarius Season or Age. However, having your Sun or Moon in the 11th house or touching the planet Uranus can make you identify with Aquarian characteristicsbut that’s an astrology story for another day. How does Aquarius Season or the Age of Aquarius affect us if some of us are more “Aquarian” than others? Is it only a “New Age” word, or does it refer to a body of knowledge?
Historical Context: The “Age of Aquarius
While everyone of us has a unique astrological blueprint, the current position of the stars and planets in the sky adds another depth to our specific experience. We all feel the energy when the Sun is in the sign of Aquarius, just as we do when there is a new moon (like on February 4 in Aquarius). The Age of Aquarius, on the other hand, is a much larger cycle with less clarity.
Astrological ages refer to the evolution and development of civilization as a whole, rather than just an individual.
Humankind has gone through six primary periods, which correspond to the 12 tropical zodiac signs, according to astrologers all across the world. Each one lasts approximately 2,100 years. Because the time frame is so wide, it’s difficult to say when each of these time frames begins or ends. Of course, large-scale cycles aren’t exclusive to Western astrology; the Mayan calendar and Sanskrit scriptures’ Kali Yuga both reference them.
When modern astrologers speak of the Age of Aquarius, they are referring to a phenomenon involving the Earth’s backward motion and its connection to the sign of Aquarius. An ancient astronomer came up with the concept of the “precession of the zodiac” around 190 B.C.E. Because of the wobble in the Earth’s rotation, the constellation behind the Sun during the Vernal Equinox, or eclipticpath of the Sun across the skychanges. (Earth, it turns out, isn’t as steady as we thought, and it has a retrograde cycle.)
The qualities of each zodiac Sun sign are carried over into the Astrological Age of that time. We can observe important communal themes that have been influenced by the “age” we are living in in this way. According to Nicholas Campion’s research, the Age of Aquarius began around 1447 A.D.E. in the twentieth century and will last until 3597 A.D.E. According to some astrologers, it started in 2012. Around 1999, we began to hear more about the Age of Aquarius and its connections to the Mayan Calendar.
I prefer astrologer Susan Miller’s chronology theories, which place the Age of Aries between 2000 B.C.E. and 1 A.C.E., with a lot of Greek and Roman conflict. The Age of Pisces, with its emphasis on spirituality, coincides with the birth of many of the world’s great faiths. Now we’re in the Age of Aquarius, a period marked by rapid technological advances (ahem, the Internet or robotics) or (hopefully) a shift toward communal consciousness and community.
The energies of Aquarius assist us in shifting and evolving structures that allow us to go forward into what is fresh and next in our progress. Activate and enjoy your own Aquarian nature through community, action, a new creative endeavour, or even recognizing your weirdness, whether the Age of Aquarius has begun or is about to begin. Perhaps try something new or finally figure out how to use some of your phone’s more advanced functions. It’s a time to gather together in community while embracing our particular uniqueness, no matter how you catalyze and connect to Aquarius.
Rebecca Farrar earned her M.A. in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness (PCC) from the California Institute of Integral Studies. “Stargazing: Re-enchantment Through Language” was the title of her thesis, which combined philology, consciousness studies, and enchantment with the stars. Rick Tarnas, archetypal astrologer, cosmologist Brian Swimme, activist Joanna Macy, and psychotherapist Stan Grof have all taught her. C.G. Jung, Owen Barfield, Bill Plotkin, Marianne Woodman, Thomas Berry, and Clarissa Pinkola Estes are among her other influences. Cosmicopia, Burning Man’s first astrological camp, was also founded by me. Most recently, I was featured in the She Wolfe Tarot deck and an upcoming documentary called Conscious: Fulfilling Our Higher Evolutionary Potential. She belongs to the International Society for Astrological Research (ISAR), the San Francisco Astrological Society (SFAS), the Association for the Study of Women and Mythology (ASWM), and the Depth Psychology Alliance, among others (DPA). On Instagram, you can find her.