There will be woe indeed, lords; the sly whoresons
Have got a speeding trick to lay down ladies.
A French song and a fiddle has no fellow.
- Sir Thomas in Shakespeare’s Henry 8 1.2.39-41
The Sun moves into the Tropical Zodiacal Sign of Aquarius late on January 20, 2021.
Horoscopes for 1-21-2021
For me, astrology is about the building blocks of who we are. Component pieces, that fit together to etch out an individual’s personal construction. What makes us what we are. These are the events that define us. Or help to define us, as individual events also help fill in the blanks with that canvas, which was originally stretched by the planets of our birth. What we do, individually, within that cosmic framework, that defines us. The framework is our planets. Mars, Uranus, but mostly Mars is grabbing the early Aquarius planets by the scruff of the collar. This can go one of several ways, the obvious being, grabbed by the collar? Probably thrown out. Or otherwise reprimanded, scolded, “Bad Dog!” Or it could be a course correction, again, the image is the scruff of the neck, being directed right back to where our Aquarius selves started, “No sir, you are going to finish this before you do anything else.” Probably should imagine a loud voice and an exclamation point, or two. To some, this can be cartoon-like, and to other Aquarius, this real and palpable energy, coercing and coaching, maybe not in a direction we want to go.
For me, the asteroid Ceres is merely a pinprick of light, and weird symbol with little astrological definitions. That’s me. I tend to stay away from the asteroids except in certain circumstances as their various definitions and symbols can confuse over-arching discussion points about greater trends. The few occasions I do concentrate on a single point like Ceres? It’s because there is a highlight to the meaning. At the start of this horoscope? Ceres and Neptune align, nearly perfectly. Not like this hasn’t happened before, nor, does it mean this won’t happen again, but this week’s prognostication? As the moon moves towards full?