Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This full moon falls over a weekend, so February 8 (or February 9, depending on your time zone) might even be your wedding day. How exciting! That would be great timing. Mercury won’t retrograde until February 16, so you would be free and clear to walk down the aisle, and it would be an ideal time to wed. The change in residence that I see possible for you could be because after you wed, you will want to start your married life together in a new apartment or house. Lovely!
Now let’s look closely at Valentine’s Day, February 14. Will it be special for you? Yes! This month has such sweet aspects on so many days, including this one, that it’s remarkable. On this day, Mars and Uranus will cook up some stunning surprises, for Mars will be trine Uranus, the most harmonious aspect possible between two planets. This day will have at least one (if not more) unexpected twists.
If you are attached, because the transiting moon will be in Scorpio, you will want to choose a dark, private restaurant with lots of romantic candlelight. As an Aquarius, you tend to like vegetarian or light fare, so look to see if you can find a special-occasion restaurant with a menu that’s plant based and where the menu items are prepared in a new way by a highly creative master chef.
You have a dazzling forecast for February, and you will like what transpires.
On October 1, 2020, there is a full moon in Aries 9º, not Aquarius 9º. We apologize for this error in our 2020 calendar.
You seem to have a lot happening behind closed doors, and it appears that your activities center on attaining a new position or creating a product launch. Things are going well—perhaps better than you assume. You can’t hear the discussions that are going on about you, but they are positive, so stay confident. You need to be patient, for it seems talks will continue in confidential form until the end of March. The people you are talking to want to know your compensation requirements, and those talks will soon reach a settlement, beginning in earnest on the peach of a new moon of February 23.