Astrology: Sun Sign Aquarius

Édouard Manet “Le dejeuner sur l’herbe,” oil on canvas, 1863. Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Manet was an Aquarius born 23 January 1832.
This piece is considered his most famous, highlighting various issues including the male vs female gaze, the iniquity between the main female being unclothed and observed by those wearing clothes. Quite Aquarian.

“A man of genius makes no mistakes. His errors are volitional and are the portals of discovery.”

James Joyce, Ulysses. Joyce was an Aquarius, b. 2 February 1882 – d. 13 January 1941

The Sun moves into progressive, experimental, visionary Aquarius January 19, 2022 at 21:39 EST (tomorrow 01/20 2:39 UT). Ruler Uranus turned direct yesterday adding a welcome boost of energy, releasing efforts at progress and change. Co-ruler Saturn is currently in Aquarius, and won’t be here for another thirty years, so if you want to define yourself Aquarius, now’s the time. Saturn is always there to help perfect plans and actualize ideals.


Each year, the Sun moves through the astrological sign of Aquarius from ~21 January to 18 February. This sign is Fixed Air. While the traditional ruler of Aquarius is Saturn, the modern ruler is Uranus, and this dichotomy of rulership can, in a sense, be said to define Aquarius, as it is a sign of paradox, embodying at one and the same time the essence of chaos, iconoclasm and unpredictability, as well as staunch conservatism and obstinate, holier-than-thou idealism and philanthropy. Aquarius is a sign that many love to hate, as it can be difficult to understand the people born under this star. Aquarius people are the ones we look to when we are all out of answers, when the problems before us are simply too twisted and seemingly unsolvable, as they are the original “think outside the box” types. A Gordian knot never stopped one born under Aquarius, as they love more than anything to sink their teeth into problems that have brought others defeat. Remember that the sign opposite to Aquarius is Leo, so there is a good deal of shadow pride at work in the Aquarius psyche, and being right, smarter and more interesting than their peers is definitely a goal to be pursued.

Imagine you have a friend who is, at times, extremely, pedantically political and yet, at other times vehemently apolitical, bordering on anarchistic and chaotic, presenting you with bizarre ideas of social upheaval and pictures of society straight out of a science fiction book. Even though at first glance, what this friend espouses may seem far-fetched, in quiet moments of consideration, you have to admit that they may just be on to something. And you can’t really disagree with your friend, as they are so charming and helpful, always ready to chat and socialize. Hell, some of the best conversations you’ve had have been with this buddy, so what was your problem again? This is Aquarius. They naturally have their finger on the pulse of society, and have the ability to divine how that pulse may express itself in the future, whether near or far. If they seem occasionally aloof and cold, perhaps it is because in their experience, they have been shut down too many times, told that they are just plain crazy, foolish or both, and they have learned to hold their cards close to the chest, mostly out of defense, and for some, out of a sense of nurtured pride and the understanding that what they know is not for all to understand. They hold within their hearts and minds visionary ideas which aren’t necessarily fit for public consumption.

Aquarius is passionately intellectual, and in their avant garde vision, can often seem quite glamorous, drawn always to the heights of refinement and beauty, as they understand on a deep level that Beauty is one of the constants of this world, to be revered and protected. And yet, that same sensitive, refined Aquarius can turn on a dime and seem only to enjoy espousing aggravating and inflammatory messages, presumably for the sake of provocation and theater, but more likely they do so out of frustration, and perhaps a touch of spite. They know, better than most, the effect that words and ideologies can have, and so they can take delight in stirring the pot, mischievously leaving steaming outrage in their wake. They like nothing more than to be right, and to “get your goat”. They love to appear cutting edge, but ultimately, when push comes to shove, they can be just as traditional as your Aunt Mae from Little Town, because Aquarius understands the comfort and security of a well-functioning society, and even if the society they presently inhabit isn’t functioning so well, they have awareness of the changes which need to occur to keep people happy. At their best, Aquarius is sophisticated, humane, thoughtful, considerate, understanding, innovative, creative, objective and insightful. At their worst, Aquarius is cold, indifferent, obstinate, perverse, pedantic, petty, short-sighted, eccentric, infuriating and contrary.

Aquarius Tarot Correspondence – Major Arcana XVII: The Star (Rider Waite Smith Tarot)

Frequently, Aquarius is labelled as “eccentric”, and if questioned about their peculiarities, Aquarius will always have excellent, compelling reasons for being exactly as they are, fully justified and tied with a bow. Aquarius is the intellectual par excellence, and only the very brave will foray into debate with these folk. Whereas Gemini likes to collect facts, Aquarius creates compendiums, annotated and organized not just alphabetically, but thematically, and usually, by date as well. These people thrive on information the way Scorpio thrives on sexuality, and the deeper, the gnarlier, the more arcane, the better, whereas while Scorpio revels in emotion, occasionally getting lost in the murky depths where others fear to explore, Aquarius always seems to float above it all, untouched, pristine, clean and cool. This world is a feast of wonder, and the information they collect becomes like a garden, well-loved and well-tended. An intellectual challenge is the ultimate turn on for Aquarius, and they will seek far and wide to satisfy their appetites which tend to grown more erudite as they age. If you have questions for which you cannot find answers, find an Aquarius friend. They will be sure to help out, for ultimately, this is what Aquarius loves best: to be friendly, to help and to share, for the betterment of all.

As mentioned above, the polarity sign of Aquarius is Leo, and Aquarius has much to learn from the Leonine folk, primarily in the area of self-awareness. Leo can teach Aquarius that it’s perfectly fine to put yourself first once in a while, to take the credit, accept the kudos and feel proud of your individuality for yourself and yourself alone. Many Aquarians will try to be a voice for all around them, couching their egos in the larger panoply of society, and this can lead to a sense of dissociation from self. Leo can show Aquarius that speaking with one’s true voice can in itself be a blessing to society at large, and that true individuality doesn’t always need to be plastered on a placard for the benefit of the greater good.

  • Keywords: individualistic, friendly, humane, curious, original, idealistic, inventive, intellectual, hopeful, pacifistic, avant-garde, acquaintanceship, aloof, creative, visionary, experimental, sociable, progressive, cold, indifferent, obstinate, perverse, paradoxical, pedantic, petty, eccentric, contrary
  • Rulership: traditional – Saturn; modern – Uranus
  • Modality: Fixed Air
  • Polarity: positive masculine
  • Gemstone: aquamarine, cubic zirconia, opals, black pearl, sapphire
  • Metal: aluminium, zinc
  • Tarot: The Star
  • Color: azure, violet, bluish mauve, sky blue, purple, changeable, inconstant colors
  • Deities: Nuit/Nut, Athena, Ganymede
  • Flora: olive, coconut, kiwi, apples, orchids, hybridized and genetically modified plants, rapeseed (canola), citrus, chilis, black pepper, elderberry, fruit trees, frankincense, myrrh resin, galbanum resin, spikenard
  • Fauna: large flying birds, migratory birds
  • Famous Aquarius Personalities: Abraham Lincoln, Babe Ruth, Rosa Parks, Kim Jong-il, Bob Marley, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Oprah Winfrey, Charles Dickens, Yoko Ono, Sharon Tate, Nicolae Ceausescu, Jennifer Aniston, Alicia Keyes, Elijah Wood, Buzz Aldrin, Christian Dior, Virginia Woolf, Ellen De Generes, Justin Timberlake, Matt Groening, Harry Styles, Edouard Manet, Langston Hughes, Dick Cheney, Edith Wharton, Jackson Pollock, Toni Morrison, Malcolm Mc Laren, Jeb Bush, Christian Bale, Laura Dern

Astrology: Full Moon in Cancer January 17, 2022

Galileo Galilei, ‘Sketches of the Moon’, ink on paper, 1609. Image: Museo Galileo

The first Full Moon of 2022 arrives on January 17 at 23:48 UT (18:48 EST, 15:48 PT).  It’s a busy time – Mercury is retrograde, Venus is retrograde, Uranus moves direct on January 18th, and the Sun enters Aquarius on the 19th.  This Full Moon chart is dominated by the tight opposition from the Moon to the Sun/Pluto conjunction in Capricorn, the Mercury/Saturn conjunction in Aquarius squaring off with tetchy Uranus, and a quiet but pervasive square between Venus and Chiron adding a touch of melancholy to the air as people grapple with things that seem unfixable. Mars adds smoky fire to communications, leaving open to debate what’s true and what’s fantasy.

Pluto’s presence in this Full Moon configuration brings current issues to a core level for all, and people feel compelled to expose their emotions, even if talking feels hard going (Mercury/Saturn). Pressures exerted from society at large are causing even the most placid to feel anger and frustration.  We look around to see that more than ever before the actions of total strangers affect our personal lives in very direct ways.  Patience and good humor have worn down as we are faced with ongoing restrictions, increased security and powerful monitoring measures that are unavoidable for even the most mundane actions.  Going to the grocery store, seeking personal fitness goals, international travel, working with other people, sending our kids to school – all of these things, once commonplace are now subject to officiated governmental scrutiny and societal commentary in a way that hasn’t been seen since WWII.  While this time feels heavy, the stricture is currently as pronounced as it will be this year, so bear with it and do the shadow work that needs doing.  Energies will shift as we move into the Spring Equinox  – it will still be an intense year, mind you – but won’t feel quite so bleak.  Right now, though, the overbearing powers of Saturn, Uranus and Pluto are knocking hard, requiring everyone to manage global issues on a personal level.

However, there is a silver lining to all this gloomy cloud cover. It is through the pressure of universal energies that we gain greater understanding of the world around us. What we have happening here, folks, is evolution in action.  It’s been easy for people to retreat into their respective shells over the last few decades, as the spread of internet technology, social media and virtual reality (Uranus and Neptune’s influence) has allowed people to block out the world and carry on as if what we do on an individual basis doesn’t matter. The events that grip our planet at this time speak otherwise, and the message that is being brought to bear overall is strongly this: we are all One, we all impact each other, no matter where we are, and to move forward personally and collectively in health and well-being, we need to open our hearts, release fear and be willing to learn, to grow and to be more than we are as individuals.  Allow the light of this Full Moon to shine on what you need to see most – and don’t be afraid, we are all in this together.

“The world is evolving from imperfection to perfection, it needs all love and sympathy. Great tenderness and watchfulness is required from each one of us.

Hazrat Inayat Khan

Current planetary events:

Sun ingress to Aquarius January 19, 2022 21:39 EST (January 20, 2022 2:39 UT)

Mercury Retrograde until February 2, 2022, exits shadow on February 2, 2022

Venus Retrograde until January 29, 2022

Uranus Direct January 18, 2022 until August 24, 2022

Next Full Moon February 16, 2022 16:58 UT, 11:58 EST, Leo 29º

Forecasts for the month:

Aries: Home/work balance is under the spotlight this Full Moon, as surprising shifts in your values make existing social scenes and alliances feel sombre, with much reflection on what came before. Inspiration is calling – be who you want Aries, when was that ever a problem for you? Settle down a bit and meditate on it (really, do it!).  You’ll find what emerges most fruitful. Write it down when it comes.

Taurus: You feel inspired by beauty and called to find your deepest truth, and you want to talk about it, though it feels more emotional than usual.  Sex and money feel energized but elusive, so seductive, pushing you to the chase.  Light is available to heal your oldest wounds, though it may take some serious thinking on the career front to get you there.

Gemini:  The spotlight this full moon is on money – yours vs theirs.  What do you value, and how strong is your value structure when put upon by the wishes and pressures of the outside world?  There’s an underlying seriousness to you these days as you seek to gain lessons, and that may spell opportunity in career. Don’t let sniping undermine you.  You may have a foot-in-mouth moment.  Be careful what you say! 

Cancer:  Your emotions are on your sleeve, and partnerships feel intense as deep levels are being plumbed.  Watch for power plays that compromise self-identity. The heavy stuff – sex, death, commitment – feels serious, however, details remain to be clarified on the work front which raise questions on the ethical front. Career feels a bit Sisyphean but don’t fret, surprises and inspirations come through networking.

Leo:  Don’t let compulsions and old habits be your self-undoing.  Now’s the time to look at self-undermining behaviour, particularly in how you approach relationships, work and how you treat your body.  The heavy stuff inspires and creativity is energized – let it out, it’s gold.  Career could offer breakthrough over the next month, be open to your subconscious mind for inspiration.

Virgo: The spotlight right now for you Virgo is learning to have fun again.  What does pleasure mean to you?  Do you have people you can share yourself with, or have you been holed up? Reach out, allow romance back into your heart, and don’t be afraid to shake things up. Open up to new philosophies and dreams, and you’ll find new friends knocking at your door.

Libra:  Career vs home feel intense as you seek to manifest your deepest desires. Compulsions are surprising and add tension to pleasure, but on the other hand, you want to be serious about what excites right now. You might come across as aggressive at the wrong moment – say what’s on your mind truthfully, it will be easier on everyone. Have a spa day soon, it will be of greater than usual benefit. Beauty heals.

Scorpio:  Deep change pushes you to walk your talk, and embody your highest ideals. Romance is inspiring, and you look with a critical eye on long-term changes in the home.  Watch your health this month as old issues may come home to roost, requiring a stepped-up plan of action. Money talks – go for that brass ring now, but don’t be prodigal.

Sagittarius: You feel the Force as your values are overhauled, and your persona is energized and powerful.  The spotlight is on why you do what you do and who you do it with.  You are able to cut to the chase and isolate details that have been tripping you up for a while.  Home life comforts and inspires.  Even the most valiant knights need respite sometimes – don’t be afraid to slow down.

Capricorn:  This Full Moon allows you to expose your underbelly, Capricorn. You’ll want to talk seriously about your tender spots, as subconscious material pushes to the surface requiring an outlet.  You have lots of support, be willing to reach out and touch base, you’ll be surprised at how conversation flows.  Let work lie and pay attention to the foundational core stuff, even if it’s hard going.

Aquarius:  This Full Moon feels very businesslike for you, Aquarius, as you focus on how to bring what is hidden to the fore.  Deep subconscious material stirs up dreams, and mediation allows for core problem solving.  Don’t let old insecurities nip at your heels, identify them and put them in their place. Watch for surprises and accidents on the home front – keep any potential hazards under control.

Pisces:  This Full Moon feels romantic and inspired, Pisces.  What gives you joy? Where do you find romance and pleasure – or do you anymore?  Let yourself be inspired by the beauty of the world, and let your dreams unfurl. Communications can be surprising, and your subconscious wants to be heard.  Impressions of the day can surface at night – keep your notebook handy and pay attention.

Born on this day – January 17: Benjamin Franklin (1706); Anne Brontë (1820); Konstantin Stanislavski (1863); Al Capone (1899); Betty White (1922); Eartha Kitt (1927); Vidal Sassoon (1928); James Earl Jones (1931); Maury Povich (1939); Muhammed Ali (1942); Ryuichi Sakamoto (1952); Jim Carrey (1962); Michelle Obama (1964); Kid Rock (1971); Zooey Deschanel (1980); Jake Paul (1997)

Sadly, January 17 would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday. Happy Birthday Betty, blessings to you as you travel on your journeys.

January 17, 2022 Full Moon 23:48 UT, Greenwich, UK. Chart courtesy of astro.com

Astrology: Happy New Year 2022

Guercino, ‘Atlas Holding Up the Celestial Globe,’ oil on canvas, Italy, 1646.

Each year on January 1, we are greeted with the serious face of Saturn, ruler of Capricorn, and everyone, like it or not, takes stock on this day. It’s usually a somber time, for even if we have much to celebrate, Saturn likes to elbow in and say his piece, ensuring we prepare to fulfill our duties for the year ahead. However somber, this is also a time of great promise and hope, for it is only through commitment, hard work, and focus that we can accomplish anything, and it is at this time that these positive, useful energies are in abundance, more than at any other point in the year. I like to look at the chart of the New Year as a marker of the overall tone of the year to come, and we see that 2022 is chock full of intensity.

The overall theme of this year is passionate, concentrated intensity. Pluto is conjoined with Mercury and Venus in Capricorn indicating that what we hold dear is being considered and understood with great profundity. As we look back on a year that has been universally trying, we feel compelled to consider what we hold most important in life, and people are willing to dig deep and really embrace their desires and reflections in a practical manner. 

The Moon and Mars are conjoined in Sagittarius, and there is a bright, active philosophical tone to emotion.  We want progress, we feel hope, and we are enthusiastically broadminded, open to learning more about the world around us – even if it only involves our local neighborhood.  Some might feel scrappy or self righteous, particularly when faced with Saturn and Uranus as they maintain their travelling square, but by now, the sense of constraint that has gripped the world since early 2021 feels like old hat. More and more, people are willing to work with societal situations, making the best of looming restrictions, rules and regulations.  There is a feeling of supported empowerment in the air.

However, there is also a tendency to feel confused or overwhelmed at times, as Neptune squares the Moon/Mars conjunction, and what is defined as truth these days seems to be a moving target.  No matter, as a lovely Sun/Uranus trine gives a strong sense of wanting to do better, making people readily able to find innovative solutions to improving their lives day by day. There is an emerging sense of universal agreement that what is practical must be the rule of the day – very Capricorn – and a strong sense of push back is at play, as pointing out inconsistencies proposed by authorities and bureaucracy is the new norm all around. The voice of the individual speaking the truth of the many takes on new power, and we will see this theme become more important over the next year, particularly as Jupiter dances back and forth between Pisces and Aries over the coming months. Don’t be afraid to speak up if something bothers you – it’s likely that you are voicing what many people may be too shy to say.

2022 also begins with a New Moon on January 2, at 12º20’ Capricorn, and it promises to be a tender time, as the Sun/Moon conjunction squares Chiron, the wounded one.  This energy underlines the intense Mercury/Venus/Pluto conjunction as people are willing to examine and accept things that cannot be changed, and work at finding practical solutions to living with things which feel perpetually sensitive.  While not light-hearted, the executive power of Saturn available now makes this a perfect time to work on establishing our visions in reality.  If you have any plans drifting on the sidelines, pull them out and put them into motion.  Also, if you have any lingering problems – be they lifestyle, career, health or relationship issues – this is the most effective point of the year to hash things out, examine the pros and cons of your situations and consider what positive changes you want to see actualized.  Saturn, while often dour, is truly the best friend we can have, for without his guidance and foresight, very little can be accomplished.  Use the power available now to manifest your dreams in their most perfect form and let 2022 be your best year ever.

New Year January 1, 2022 Greenwich UK, 0:00 UT

January sees Mercury Retrograde in Aquarius, squaring Saturn and Uranus. Communications, paperwork and official matters will confound, but commitment to discipline will help clarify. Intensity in action puts dreams within reach.

February Mercury turns direct just before a sizzling Venus/Mars conjunction on Valentine’s Day. Discipline gets bumped by innovations, and watch for surprises in serious conversations, commitment and promises by month’s end.

March and April will prove to be a particularly intense months, and the Equinox in particular will feel a little hairy as Mercury, Venus and Mars are all involved in close contact with the heavy hitters Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Deep intensity, tensions and potentially explosive stressors will feel gnarly. Emotions are ready for deep work, beware of inflating desires.

May sees surprises as the Sun conjoins Uranus and squares Saturn. It will feel like an uphill battle as new constraints emerge, though powers of concentration will be flowing. Mid-end month will feel sensitive as hurt feelings want expression. Watch for tall tales from the 15th on.

June sees Mercury Retrograde from the 3rd the 26th and communications and travel will feel hard going mid-month. Make duplicate copies and write things down to be sure. Surprising pleasures lead to some remorse and power struggles by end of month. Keep a lid on it and save the embarrassment.

July is intense but vibrant and will prove to be a breath of fresh air in a year of contradictions. Go with the flow and enjoy the ride, but watch for aggressors at month’s end. Arguments and accidents arise from careless rushing and pushing. Be careful and be safe.

August flows with Leo’s passion, though beware of jarring surprises during the first week. Love affairs and obsessions could arise mid-month, and communication feels intense and drenched in mystery (or confusion!) Overindulgence mid-month spells remorse by month’s end. Remember Leo dignity and Virgo analysis and you’ll be fine.

September brings another Mercury retrograde, and loss of objectivity prevails mid-month. Passion runs high as dreaminess seeks to overcome reason. Personal empowerment holds the line – fix what’s been bothering you once and for all while the opportunity is there.

October sees Mercury, Saturn and Pluto turn Direct, while Mars moves Retrograde, and Retrograde Jupiter dips back into Pisces. The churning feels like revolving doors, as people mince words and hedge around the truth, which could lead to forcing issues by the 20th. A grand trine between conjoined Sun/Venus, Mars and Saturn allows for either free-flowing communication or floaty hot air. Maybe some tension’s not so bad after all.

November’s pressures could push things to a head and Jupiter turning Direct by month’s end feels like a gust of power blowing through and releasing tensions. The Full Moon feels romantic and grounded, but Retrograde Mars stymies action, requiring reconsideration of plans. Desire butts up against uncertainty as we race towards year end.

December begins with a sense of confusion, and if you feel like people aren’t listening, you are probably right. To frustrate matters, Mars is still Retrograde, and Mercury turns retrograde at month’s end. Jupiter moves back into Aries which feels powerful, Neptune turns Direct unlocking trapped dreams, and the end of the year finds us ready to celebrate, release and start the whole cycle again – one more time, with feeling!

Note: For this year, I will be posting monthly sign-by-sign reviews on the Full Moon. While the New Moon is the beginning of the lunar month, I have found that the power of the Full Moon is apprehended more strongly. The New Moon is a good time to start on new paths if required, seeding nascent manifestations (much like the beginning of the New Year), while the Full Moon is a time to take stock of what you have to work with in the here and now. The light of the Full Moon allows us to reflect, fulfill, create, release, cleanse, dispense with what is unnecessary, and see personal meaning and circumstance with maximum clarity. Essentially, more light is available for us to see during a Full Moon, and that increased light allows a greater conscious connection with personal power, and with the world around us.

Thank you for reading. Blessings to all for 2022!



Astrology: Planetary Events 2022

Lunar Eclipses:

April 30, 2022 – 20:29 UT, 15:29 EDT, New Moon Eclipse – 10º 28′ Taurus

May 16, 2022 – 4:15 UT/May 15, 2022 23:15 EDT, Full Moon Eclipse – 25º 18′ Scorpio

October 25, 2022 – 10:50 UT, 5:50 EDT, New Moon Eclipse – 2º 00′ Scorpio

November 8, 2022 – 11:03 UT, 6:03 EST, Full Moon Eclipse – 16º 01′ Taurus

For a list of all New and Full Moon events see: Lunar Events 2022

Solar Events:

March Equinox – March 20, 2022 15:35 UT, 10:35 EST, Sun moves into Aries

June Solstice – June 21, 2022 9:15 UT, 4:15 EDT, Sun moves into Cancer

September Equinox – September 23, 2022 1:05 UT (September 22, 2022 20:05 EDT) Sun moves into Libra

December Solstice – December 21, 2022 21:49 UT (16:49 EST) Sun moves into Capricorn

Mercury:

Retrograde January 14, 2022 – 10º18’ Aquarius

Direct February 4, 2022 – 24º23’ Capricorn

Exits Shadow – February 24, 2022.

Retrograde May 4, 2022 – 4º50’ Gemini

Direct June 2, 2022 – 26º50’ Taurus

Exits Shadow – June 19, 2022

Retrograde September 10, 2022 – 8º55’ Libra

Direct October 2, 2022 – 24º12’ Virgo

Exits Shadow – October 17, 2022

Retrograde December 29, 2022 – 24º20’ Capricorn

Direct January 18, 2023 – 8º9’ Capricorn

Exits Shadow – February 7, 2023

Venus:

Venus Retrograde December 21, 2021 – 26º29′ Capricorn

Venus direct January 29, 2022 – 11º4′ Capricorn

Mars:

Mars enters 2022 at 13º5′ Sagittarius

Mars Retrograde October 30, 2022 – 25º37′ Gemini

Mars Direct January 12, 2023 – 8º8′ Gemini

Jupiter:

Jupiter enters Pisces on December 30, 2021

Jupiter enters 2022 at 0º33′ Pisces

Jupiter enters Aries on May 11, 2022

Jupiter Retrograde August 2, 2022 – 8º41’ Aries 

Jupiter re-enters Pisces October 29, 2022

Jupiter Direct November 23, 2022 – 28º48’ Pisces, leaving the shadow zone on February 14, 2023

Jupiter re-enters Aries December 21, 2022

Saturn:

Saturn enters 2022 at 11º54’ Aquarius

Saturn Retrograde June 4, 2022 – 25º15’ Aquarius

Saturn Direct October 23, 2022 – 18º53’ Aquarius

Uranus:

Uranus enters 2022 in Retrograde at 10º57’ Taurus

Uranus Direct January 18, 2022 – 10º49′ Taurus

Uranus Retrograde August 24 – 18º55’ Taurus

Uranus Direct January 22, 2023-  14º56’ Taurus.

Neptune:

Neptune enters 2022 at 20º40’ Pisces

Neptune Retrograde June 28 –  25º26’ Pisces

Neptune Direct December 3 – 22º38’ Pisces

Pluto:

Pluto enters 2022 at 25º56’ Capricorn

Pluto Retrograde April 29 – 28º35’ Capricorn

Pluto Direct October 8, 2022 – 26º6’ Capricorn

For a list of 2022 New Moons, Full Moons and Eclipses, please click here: Moon Phases and Eclipses 2022