Covid 19 astrology

The Astrology of 2021 – An Overview

by Sarah Varcas 7 January 2021

      From Possibility to Probability By Sarah Varcas   All dates are UT We enter 2021 at a critical point in human history after events of last year revealed what has lurked too long in the shadows, manipulating agendas to its own ends. The Saturn / Pluto conjunction of January 2020 cast light […]

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21st December 2020: Saturn conjunct Jupiter in the 1st degree of Aquarius

by Sarah Varcas 16 December 2020

      Arise! By Sarah Varcas ‘At the very bottom of the hardest, most rigid, narrowest and most asphyxiating consciousness, I struck upon an Almighty Spring that cast me up forthwith into a formless, limitless Vast, vibrating with the seeds of a New World’. The Mother  Jupiter and Saturn form their Great Conjunction on […]

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30th November 2020: Lunar Eclipse in 9th degree of Gemini

by Sarah Varcas 25 November 2020

      Standing on the Brink of Hope By Sarah Varcas   All dates are UT This lunar eclipse and its partner solar eclipse on 14th December close the door on the intense Capricorn focus of this year. Just after the second of these eclipses, Saturn leaves Capricorn on 17th December, with Jupiter following […]

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14th October – 3rd November 2020: Mercury Retrograde in Scorpio & Libra

by Sarah Varcas 7 October 2020

      Everything Still to Play For! By Sarah Varcas   Click here for information on the new supermoon in Libra on 16th October 2020   Mercury stations retrograde in 12th degree Scorpio on 14th October. It retrogrades into Libra on 28th October and stations direct in the 26th degree of Libra on 3rd […]

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5th May 2020 – 18th January 2022: North Node in Gemini

by Sarah Varcas 28 April 2020

      Whose Thoughts Are YOU Thinking? By Sarah Varcas   The North Node always points us in the direction of progress and fulfilment, revealing how to more deeply and fully occupy our humanity. It’s our guide into a bright future, but demands the sacrifice of familiarity for a more satisfying but challenging way. […]

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