Starcodes Feb 16, 2024

Aquarius can be one of the signs hardest to define. The symbol is a water bearer — not the water itself, but the person creating a container for it and carrying it to the community. Another image for this fixed air sign can be a roomful of people sitting in a circle and sharing thoughts. Aquarius speaks of connections to the community, however we define that, and speaks of our philosophic container, rulebook, or working operating system.

Aquarius’s gift encourages us to have an authentic experience, come to a new understanding, and create a new vital philosophy based on real experience. An Aquarian challenge can be to start with our memorized rule book or philosophy and try to cram our experience into that plan and lose authenticity. This Friday Venus, symbolizing our emotions, joins Pluto, Mars, Mercury, and the Sun- all in Aquarius, so we need to come to terms with this Aquarian pattern and find ways to keep it real.

There is a reason we celebrate President’s Day this month. Many politicians, ministers, and social leaders were born with an Aquarius Sun, Moon, or Mercury and exemplify the ability to reach a roomful of people and lead action based on a philosophy or ideal, for better or worse, depending upon the authenticity and quality of that ideal. Abraham Lincoln had an Aquarius Sun, so did Franklin D Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, and Sarah Palin. George Washington had his Mercury in Aquarius, Nixon his Moon in Aquarius.

A beautiful Ideal is something to work towards, but these philosophies can also give us a great…



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Heather Roan Robbins is a choice-oriented astrologer and ceremonialist, author of Starcodes Oracle Deck and 4 books-with an on-line practice