Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
At the full moon February 8-9 Mars will be beautifully oriented toward that late degree of Leo from Sagittarius. Mars will still be in your quick, short distance travel sector, so if you do go to the event, it seems you will need to travel out of town to get there. This is a very refreshing vibration and something you will love.
If your birthday falls on October 12, plus or minus four days, you will feel this full moon more than your Libra friends, and you will get a double-dip of pleasure. The same is true if you have Libra rising, a natal moon in Libra, or a natal planet in Libra, Aquarius, Gemini, Aries, Leo, or Aquarius—in all cases at 20 degrees, plus or minus five degrees.
Later, at the new moon February 23 in Pisces four degrees, you may get an exciting creative assignment that involves artwork, music, dance, literature, or another expressive discipline as the focus of your new project. This project may come from work or it may come from deep inside you, stemming from an idea that you are passionate about and feel compelled to create. This new moon is a bouquet of beautiful twinkling stars, and it will give you a chance to show your talents to the fullest. If you won’t be working on an artistic project, you may be rolling up your sleeves for a charity or humanitarian effort, for this new moon in Pisces will pluck at your heartstrings.
There are so many things I love about this new moon of February 23, for it is one of the sweetest of 2020. One of the brightest elements has to do with Uranus, the planet of genius and all things unexpected, who will signal that new moon precisely. Surprises are coming, and you’ll love what you hear. The news may come from a person in a foreign country, or you may need to travel to work on your project—until month’s end, you may not even know you’ll be heading to the airport. I love situations like that, and I hope you do, too.