A Note from Susan Miller
Often when we start a new year, the outer planets stay in their same positions, so the look and feel of the coming year stays fairly the same. That does not happen in 2021! Jupiter and Saturn decided to both enter Aquarius two days apart last month, to make lengthy stays. Gradually, other planets will migrate away from Capricorn and into Aquarius—something you will see in February—and offer a lighter, breezier influence than what we have been used to.
The eclipses have moved away from Capricorn and Cancer too, into more mutable, flexible, and adaptable Gemini and Sagittarius. We will have three eclipse in those signs in 2021, and the start of in a new series, Taurus and Scorpio, when one arrives in Taurus this year. In 2020, we had a remarkable six eclipses (actually seven, if you count the December 25, 2019, eclipse that appeared one week before 2020), which means that the universe was asking us to make many sudden adjustments.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
If you are happy to move from 2020 to 2021, I understand. This past year has not been kind to most Libras. For one thing, you had to host Mars in your seventh house of relationships, not for the typical six or eight weeks but for six months. That had to put some strain on even the strongest of close relationships. If you are married and in love, or living together in an established relationship, chances are the pandemic fostered too much togetherness—said another way, too much of a good thing.
Mars can sometimes work to cleanse a situation, in this case, to get you and your partner on the same page by bringing little problems to the surface before they fester and grow into big ones.
Libra loves to be attached and married, so as you moved through the second half of 2020 (from June 27 to January 6, 2021), you may have been surprised to find that you and your spouse or sweetheart did not always agree on basic topics.