During this week, from the 20th, the Sun in Aquarius comes to join Mercury.
The atmosphere changes. It turns radically towards others in a search for modernity, openness, and contracts of all kinds. Friendships are favored.
The romantic climate seems very conducive to stable and deep relationships. This winter could give a welcome boost to emerging relationships or relationships that are more installed under the combined effects of Venus in Capricorn and Mars in Taurus. Uranus, still active, can trigger new encounters in love at first sight mode. For those who are lonely, open your eyes! It's winter, but the brotherhood warms those who believe in it. So take advantage of the beneficial influxes of Jupiter and Saturn in Aquarius who know how to distil a desire to collaborate with others and build a better world. Pluto and Neptune in beautiful aspect diffuse an intense search for spirituality. It's a powerful week!
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Often, astrology is criticized for not being a science. But, astrology is a human science, just like psychology, sociology, demography, or even some aspects of economics. Indeed, the approach of this discipline does not rest on mathematical formulas (even if astronomical calculations are important) but on interpretation and the feeling of a practitioner at a given moment. Errors are inevitable, just as in any human science. However, this is one of the oldest of these human sciences, formerly reserved for scholars at the end of their university studies, for example, among the ancient Greeks.
Astrology is based on observations repeatedly verified for millennia. The shepherds of antiquity were the first to observe that the cyclical passage of certain planets in certain places in the sky or at certain angles to each other always provoked the same type of result (good harvests, epidemics, conflicts, storms, drought, etc.).From there comes the horoscope. If astrology is etymologically the study of the stars, horoscope comes more precisely from the Greek with horo: time, duration and scope: observation. Horoscope uses astrology to make predictions.
Astrology tells us about our character, our temperament, our love life, as well as our professional and social life. It informs us of our faults and our qualities, our talents and our incapacities, our gifts, and our failings.
Astrology also makes it possible to make forecasts (and not predictions!) about events that may occur. These horoscopes, based on the observation of the transits, generally induce a climate, a setting, an atmosphere, or circumstances. This context is sometimes instrumental in considering and understanding how to respond to our best interests. But in the end, it's always us who makes decisions and builds our destiny. Under no circumstances should astrology be a substitute for free will. On this site, we favor a playful astrology, a practical approach, and a clear language to tell you about your sign. GH