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Cosmic Trifecta: Pluto in Aquarius, Spring Equinox, and New Moon in Aries!

What a way to start the week, it just keeps getting better even if it may not feel that way for us all. What does this all mean and what can we expect?

By the way, Happy Astrology Day to all the legendary astrologers that paved the way for us, teaching us the mystic language of gazing into the sky and connecting soulfully to it.

Let’s start with Pluto in Aquarius: Pluto is the planet of transformation, and Aquarius is the “fixed” Air sign of progress. Fixed signs of the zodiac, (Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius), can be stubborn, but they are also the “doers”, they work hella hard to carry out the ideas set in motion by the ideas and vision of the cardinal signs, (Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn). With Aquarius being an Air sign, the work is mental and intellective, using the brain as your power generator to get it done!

So imagine Pluto transiting through Aquarius, are you seeing the picture surfacing now? Life as we know it will be a thing of the past and major shifts in our planet will be a quite the statement and history worthy. No one alive today has experienced this transit, the last time this took place was back in the 1700’s. Pluto is the OG planet of death, transformation and rebirth, it rules the 8th house of Scorpio.

Think of the phoenix when you think of Pluto; for the phoenix to rise he must first burn in the fire and become ashes, but then he rises and what a beau for our eyes!. This Pluto will bring a RISE that is meant for our personal and global evolution, we may not think it’s going to be easy or even possible, but in the words of Matthew McConaughey as Cooper in one of my absolutely FAVE movies of all times, Interstellar:

Cooper: CASE, get ready to match our spin with the retro thrusters.

CASE: It's not possible.

Cooper: No, It's NECESSARY!

Next we have the start of the Spring Equinox: March 20, 2023 marks the spring equinox and the Astrological New Year! When we start a new astrological calendar, it is also the first day of spring, which is otherwise known as the Vernal Equinox.

This is a powerful time for new beginnings and fresh ideas to start flowing in. We typically associate Spring with flowers blooming and the earth becoming green again after a long, cold winter season.

"After the winter comes to an end, it marks the return of the light bringing longer days, new crops, and a reset in terms of fertility... We attune to this energy by coming out of our cocoon to plant the seeds of new beginnings." The season of hibernation has officially ended”. - Narayana Montúfar

This fiery, bold, and exciting energy is exactly the type of wave we want to catch and ride. From now until 2024 when we culminate the 12 solar seasons of the sign, the transits will be asking us to be courageous, assertive, adventurous, and be like The Fool in the tarot deck, just step out into the unknown trusting that along the way you will be encouraged to grow and transform.

And last but not least, talk to me cosmically nerdy! The New Moon in Aries: Time to harness the fire element of Aries, and elicit true intentions towards what we want to achieve. Use that Mars (feisty, assertive, courageous, let’s go to war type of energy) and let’s fight for what we WANT in order to leave the cocoon and become the butterfly we are meant to be.

“Aries Moon transits always feels like power surges. The genius of the Ram lies in its courage to tackle what others have cowered away from, to journey through uncharted territory with no promise of success.” - LILA

New Moons are all about resetting, setting intentions, try something new, feeling vulnerable and fear because it is human to feel those emotions, but the Ram also inspires us to charge forth and take those risks head on. Use that cardinal energy of action, of trying those new ideas you’ve kept hibernating throughout the winter season. Now the Sun is out and shining bright, the days seem longer because the Sun takes a little longer to meld into the horizon to pave way for the evening skies, so let’s get out there and roll our sleeves up, plant away, fertilize, and then sit back to watch yourself bloom beautifully like a wildflower.


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