February continues with Mercury’s withdrawal which officially ends by 2/12. But until 2/17, this withdrawal will result in failures, loss of money, disruptions and difficulties in conducting smooth and harmonious communication.
The stars in Pisces will continue to expose scandals and embarrassing situations, especially in business. Beware of crooks and of tempting proposals which are packaged attractively but can turnout to be stings.
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The passage of Mars and Venus to Aries in 2/20 symbolizes the beginning of a dangerous and aggressive period that’s bound to influence world markets.
Between 2/1 and 2/4, there are good aspects of the Sun and Uranus in Aries. It provides opportunities and surprises of all kinds
Between 2/2 and 2/5, Mars in Pisces creates a 150-degree aspect to Jupiter in Leo. This will be very dangerous in terms of violence in the world and will have great influence on the instability of governments. This will also create an uncertainty that will indirectly influence world markets.
Between 2/3 and 2/7, the Sun in Aquarius faces Jupiter in Leo, causing an aspect of arrogance and overconfidence. People will often rely on partial information and take dangerous risks. Beware of speculators inviting you to join or invest in ventures that look too good to be true. In general, wastefulness might lead to regrets.
Between 2/6 and 2/8, Venus is in Pisces is in an harmonious aspect to Pluto in Capricorn – giving advantage to material assets, possibly in markets dealing with food, drink, and chemicals.
Between 2/9 and 2/11, Venus is in an aspect of 150° to Jupiter. This will usher in days of loss, a sense of sadness and of missed opportunities, as well as financial loss. A renowned celebrity might die.
Between 2/11 and 2/15, the Sun is in Aquarius without aspects, ensuring a chaotic atmosphere and extreme weather in the world, with powerful natural events. Mercury’s released from its withdrawal in Aquarius.
Between 2/16 and 2/19, Mercury in Aquarius creates a good aspect with Saturn in Sagittarius. Order returns, following the chaos Mercury created a in its retreat. Businesses under labor strikes may enter negotiations to resolve problems.
On 2/19, the time of Pisces starts. The Sun is in Pisces with a dramatic aspect of 90 degrees to Saturn.
Between 2/19 and 2/24, the Sun is in Pisces with a 90-degree aspect to Saturn. This aspect creates depression and a very bad economic situation. This will usually be expressed through the publication of financial reports that can cause low morale. Occasionally it might be a country succumbing to bankruptcy. But the Sun also clings to Neptune, which is waiting for it in Pisces until 2/26, creating a state of delusion.
On 2/21, Mars and Venus join together [closely] in Aries. Now all the beginnings improve, when the two planets form a positive aspect to Saturn in Sagittarius until 2/25. This promises an advantage to economic stability or agreements. It favors building financial partnerships and prudent investments. But Venus in Aries is also problematic, since the two planets together are pushing impulsive decisions, that may turn out to be mistakes.
Starting 2/27, Venus and Mars meet in Aries and cling to Uranus, creating a cardinal square with Pluto in Capricorn. This will affect the pace of events in 2/27 to 3/5, which could get out of hand. This aspect suggests a major financial crisis that will affect world markets. It may facilitate significant bankruptcies, perhaps even the fall of a large economic organization. It could be yet another European country which will fall into financial problems and increase concerns over a general deterioration. It could also bring the exit of a country from the European market. Any of these events will certainly affect global economic financial stability