Astrology of Saturday, February 17th 2018

Astrology of Saturday, February 17th 2018

Daily Astro-Weather

The first half of the day is colored by the Moon in Pisces’ afternoon trine with Jupiter in Scorpio, which lends it a certain buoyancy. Given how watery this combination is, the bit of float which Jupiter offers is particularly helpful, as it can make the difference between flowing through emotional states and being drowned by them.

The evening sees Mercury strap on a snorkel and a pair of flippers as he enters Pisces. Mercury’s time in Pisces opens the mind to vast oceans of awareness — the big picture. However, this panoramic perspective can make it easy to overlook important details. Mercury is considered to have a difficult time in the watery sign, as it is more predisposed to poetry than precision. In practice, Mercury’s time in Pisces can be quite helpful when directed toward imaginative works, although pursuits requiring diligence and rigor may suffer. Mercury will be in Pisces until March 5th.

Horoscopes & Ongoing Influences

Aspects (PST)

Moon in Pisces -> Aries, 1st Quarter
Moon Sextile Pluto: Feb 17 2018 9:47 AM
Moon Sextile Jupiter: Feb 17 2018 2:13 PM
Mercury Enters Pisces: Feb 17 2018 8:27 PM
Moon Enters Aries: Feb 18 2018 4:01 AM

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Austin Coppock is a writer, esotericist and astrologer based in Ashland, OR. He published paperback Almanacs from 2011-15 but began posting his prognostications online last year, referring to his collection of weekly, monthly, yearly essays and daily delineations as “The Online Almanac”. This work is made possible by his supporters on Patreon. Austin was President of the non-profit organization “Association for Young Astrologers” from 2012-2016. His most recent book is “36 Faces: The History, Astrology and Magic of the Decans”, published by Three Hands Press.


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Astrology of Saturday, February 17th 2018

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