Aquarius 20 Jan - 18 Feb
Just two days before Mars is due to leave a playful and creative part of your chart where he has been since last August, the dwarf planet Ceres retrogrades back out of an adventurous part of your chart. This will leave both empty and with no more planetary activity on the playful, creative and adventurous side of life's fence, holding onto the spirit of adventure and fighting to make the most of Mars' final days in a playful part of your chart couldn't be more important. Especially with Mars' return to your work sector in two days set to kick off the busiest months of 2023.
Just 16 days after Saturn left Aquarius, bringing the three year foundation of a new three decade long Saturn cycle to a close, Pluto returns for his first visit to your sign in our lifetime. Unlike a Saturn cycle, which takes three decades to complete and then begins again, as Pluto was last in Aquarius in 1798 his cycles can't be completed in the spacer of a human lifespan and he won't eventually leave until 2044. This makes it more about having the planet of change and revolution in your sign and the chance for change as you move away from Saturn's restrictive influence.
To not only have a New Moon during the Sun's first full day in your communication sector but just days after Mercury, the planet of communication returned over the weekend, is making this a good day for talks and all aspects of communication. This is a smart and intellectually savvy part of your chart, but the Moon speaks to your subconscious, together enhancing your intuition and logic, imagination and intelligence. In a week where there is major change, including Pluto's return to Aquarius in two days for the first time in our lifetime, this is making it easier to keep your head in the game while trusting your gut.