Horoscopes for 1-21-2023

“Saturn and Venus this year in conjunction!
What says th’ almanac to that?”

Price Hal in Herny 4.2 (II.iv.110)

Horoscopes for 1-21-2023

  • 1/17/23 Mercury goes direct 8° Capricorn
  • 1/20/23 Sun enters Aquarius
  • 1/22/23 New Moon 2° Aquarius
  • 1/22/23 Uranus goes direct 14° Taurus
  • 1/22/23 Venus and Saturn conjunct 24° Aquarius
  • 1/26/23 Venus enters Pisces

Aquarius

Aquarius Borrow from the Libra archetype: don’t make decisions. Decisions just lead to heartache and headache. As an Aquarius, there’s no shortage of decisions to be made, and the usual Aquarius answers would normally be correct. But look: these are not “normal” times, and borrowing from another, compatible air sign, like Libra? The trick is to equivocate. See both sides; acknowledge the other point of view. Even if you don’t really understand the opposing viewpoint? Doesn’t matter, act like you do. “I get that.” Realistically you probably don’t get it, but that doesn’t matter. There’s something calming about suggesting that you’re willing to see it from another’s perspective, slanted, misguided, or just plain wrong that the opposing position might be. So, happy birthday, got good stuff ahead, but for now? Don’t make a decision because decisions just lead to heartache and headache (maybe).

Pisces

Venus creeps in like a cat. Unbidden, but welcome? Sure, there is that. I like it. I prefer cats to dogs, matter of fact, as cats seem more noble. A better word is “aloof,” but who’s counting? I like cats because, in passing, I left out a source of food and water, plus clean litter box? The cats would be fine. I could leave a cat unattended, and the only notice that I was gone? Food and kitty “bathroom breaks.” Always liked the sign, “Guard cat on duty.”

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“As above, so below?” Above are the links to the most recent horoscopes from Kramer Wetzel of astrofish.net (that’s me). Below are a couple of random links to old horoscopes.

the Portable Mercury Retrograde
Kramer Wetzel’s little book of transits: Predictive Astrology