Pluto retrogrades in and of themselves are a regular astrological event but this time, this stationing is extremely significant because it is during this episode of direct motion that Pluto will exit Capricorn and step into Aquarius for the first time. In 248 years.
A mixed bag of a week during which the Sun will aspect all outer planets. On Sept 11th, the Sun will trine Uranus. On Sept 16th, it will oppose Neptune. On Sept 18th, it will trine Pluto.
This Virgo New Moon is interesting because the classic 6-month lunar cycle is exactly intertwined with larger transits such as those of Mars through Gemini, Saturn in Pisces and Pluto in Aquarius.
Stalling the revolution (with love and money) August 24 2022 is upon us and Uranus is about to turn around for its yearly Rx motion. The planet will (seemingly) be moving backwards until January 23 2023.
The reason why this transit on top of my to-watch transits is because its influence will blend with Pluto's ingress into Aquarius on March 23 of 2023 (which needless to say is THE CHANGE pending in the air this year, next year and in 2024)
We are 10 days past the Uranus x Mars x North Node conjunction and it is time to take a look at how this event played out in the news. What was its impact on a mundane level?
The Mars x Uranus x North Node Conjunction in Taurus (August 1, 2022). Echoes from 1939.