Your free Aquarius horoscope for today, this week and this month. Unearth your Aquarius star sign – dates, attributes, traits, character & more!
There is a divide happening in your chart that equips you more than any other sign to deal with the massive societal changes happening around the globe. Even without this week’s planetary developments, you are ahead of the curb and already know how to remain socially plugged in, often in inventive ways. At the same time, until just over a week ago you have had Saturn in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart since 2017 and even began the year with six planets here. You have already spent a massive amount of time isolating yourself in order to find time to hear yourself think. You began the month with Saturn, Pluto, Jupiter and Mars here, all winding down their current cycles. Yet just nine days after Saturn left Mars too will be gone by Tuesday, both not only in Aquarius but spending the middle part of the week aligned. You are now straddling the lines between isolation and embracing life and the rest of us will be looking to you for inspiration.
Regardless of what is happening in the world and the constant references to the fact that these are not ordinary times, this was never going to be the case for you. This was never going to be just another ordinary month and instead is the most important in decades. This is the month that everything until now has led up to and everything from now will lead on from and is all because of the chance this brings to take your power back but also to move out of a period of preparation and into one of action. It was in 2017 that Saturn returned to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, where he would spend the majority of the next three years winding down a Saturn cycle that began in 1991. Pluto has been here since 2008, Jupiter since December 2019 and Mars since February, all winding down their current cycles and all in review phase. While life goes on, your birthday month came and went more than once and things never ground to a stop, with so many planets winding down cycles, it has been hard to move on. This is what makes April such a game changing month, for in the final hours of March Mars left a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart and returned to Aquarius, nine days after Saturn took the same step. The very first day of April is the first day of a new two year long Mars cycle and it comes just as you are getting your first look at a new three decade long Saturn cycle. Saturn will retrograde back out in July but by the time he returns with Jupiter in December to begin a new Saturn and Jupiter cycle in earnest, it will be with a practice run under your belt. Mars and Saturn will spend the whole month together in Aquarius, Mars fuelling your passions, drives and competitive spirit and Saturn giving you a chance to look to the future as you start to take your power back. However, there is a lighter side to this, with both benefiting from Venus’ return to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart on 4th April, where she will spend the next four months and from an adventurous Full Moon on 8th April.