Supporting what is already showing a strong life force, six planets in Aries (Sun, Venus, Mercury, Chiron, Ceres, and Eris) keeps the fire well stoked for the first half of April.

Love is the cure for all ills! Love heals! Truly: even in the middle of high- drama or a global pandemic*, the centred strength of a brave and kind heart fires the spirit, soothes the soul, and relieves any tension in the tender human heart. Particularly over this Venus-ruled, Shamanic Love Goddess Healing Full Moon in Libra (!), as a fiery, relationship-orientated Venus in Aries reaches an exciting and rare ‘Star Point’ (conjunct the Aries Sun)

Straddled between two worlds yet eternally bound to both, the Piscean archetype is the alpha and omega within the consciousness spectrum held within the zodiac belt. The complexity of this fathomless realm is due to the co-existence of a liminal duality that blends Senatrix and Neonate; Krone and infant; Sage and Novice; Veteran and Greenhorn, into one and the same.

As the Aries Ingress – the Astrological start of the year gets closer we have uploaded a session, recorded as the 1st Session of C*I*A’s Nov 2020’s Brave New World Symposium.
Julija Simas and Andrew Smith look at the Ingress charts and related Astro*Carto*Graphy Maps for the New Era, the 20 year Jupiter Saturn conjunction, Saturn and Uranus squares as well as the most significant Ingresses’s of 2021.

Whenever Luna highlights the feminine sign of the zodiac Virgo, as she does over this Full Moon, we all (male & female alike) tend to get busy, attending to this and that with the kind of great practicality that only an insightful, female kind of wisdom – rationally intuitive – successfully works. Which means for those who are currently adrift in the Sun’s Piscean sea, swimming and surfing the cosmic ocean with alternate waves of chaos, anxiety and/or confusion,

Aquarius iconography is a curiosity since it is often depicted as a young, beautiful man pouring water onto the earth from the sky above. Forgiven, you are, for thinking that it is a water sign, when in fact Aquarius is ultimately about the sovereignty of your inner thoughts, ideas and voice, as it is composed of two energetic states –

As of the month start, Mercury is just two days into its three-week retrograde cycle. As is typical for the cycle, expect revisits, backtracks, sidetracks, surprise repairs or expenses, and the out of the blue. Mercury in Aquarius keeps social and political matters on shake, not stir. A trend/the action could show good vitality, but it could be short-lived. Ride the wave while it’s looking good but don’t bank the long term. That’s not to say there’s no chance for future prosperity but simply that there are no real guarantees. The transit is good for a rethink or regroup and for finding unique solutions.

Stars, planets, molecules, atoms and particles all unite to create your unique finite biomathematical alchemical soul equation within the infiniteness of the expressions of conscious creation.Through the astrological lens we are able to focus in on what it is to be you.

If astrology helps to lead a more harmonious existence in many ways, its main function in the coming years might be to connect us – or reconnect us – to the deepest meanings of life, through the cosmogony, the philosophy, the spiritual vision and the quest for truth its very existence implies. Not based on belief or faith, but on an observable and meaningful link that binds us to the cosmos,

With life on Earth is under threat from a range of human activities, we are about to enter an epoch of social revolution that will shake the foundations of the global community. Michele Finey explores the history, themes and symbols of this epic transit to reveal how Pluto in Aquarius will reshape our future.

Saturn will be entering into Aquarius in March 2020, retrograde back to Capricorn on 2 July and move back to Aquarius on 17 December, a few days before a new Jupiter-Saturn cycle is formed. Saturn will dip back and forth between the signs that represent the old and the new, creating a reflection on what we need to leave behind and what will be kept when we journey toward new potential.