The next Aquarius will start in 323 days (Monday, 20 January, 2025, 18:55 UTC)

The Moon moves to Aquarius in 4 days (Thursday, 07 March, 2024, 18:55 UTC)

Mercury moves to Aquarius in 331 days (Tuesday, 28 January, 2025, 18:55 UTC)

Venus is currently in Aquarius

Venus moves to Aquarius in 279 days (Saturday, 07 December, 2024, 18:55 UTC)

Mars is currently in Aquarius

Pluto is currently in Aquarius

Pluto moves to Aquarius in 262 days (Wednesday, 20 November, 2024, 18:55 UTC)

Venus

Venus In Aquarius

The line between love and friendship is very thin once Venus enters Aquarius! Aquarius rules friendship and groups of all kinds, so during this transit, we often find ourselves falling for people we already know. We may realize those we’ve previously written off as "just friends" could be our perfect match. The likelihood of meeting a new lover through mutual friends and social outings also increases greatly while Venus is in Aquarius.

Aquarius is less attached to its emotions than other signs, relying more on the head than the heart when relating to others. We aren’t so interested in connecting over passionate encounters and sweet nothings while Venus is in Aquarius. Instead, we want to unite with those who think the same as we do. Aquarius’ loose grip on love gives Venus room to move, making love less sticky and partnership less confining. Those who like the warm and squishy stuff might find others a bit standoffish during this transit. However, the Aquarian approach is less possessive and can bring a needed breath of reason and fresh air to partnerships.

If in a committed relationship, Venus in Aquarius lightens the level of intimacy and encourages us to reconnect with the honesty, friendship, and common interests that drew us to our partners in the first place. Working together on an environmental or social cause that’s meaningful to both partners can also help rekindle hearts during this transit. We may even find that we feel a lot freer to be individuals within our relationships. Venus in Aquarius makes it clear that pursuing our own passions separately enriches what we bring back to our relationships.

For people who are single and ready to mingle, this is one of the best times to do it! The planet of love and desire in the sign of idealism and creativity puts an unconventional, even experimental, flair on romance, and opens our minds about who and how we love. Parties with friends, organized meetups, and protests and other social causes are hotspots for meeting like-minded lovers now. And because Aquarius also likes things a little weird, we may find ourselves interested in people and experiences that we have never been attracted to before. Long story short: The more open we are now, the more likely we are to find love.

While Venus is in Aquarius, we are drawn to modern, original forms of art and personal style. It’s a great time to experiment with new ways of dress and decor. We also find greater benefit from high-tech gadgets, and splurging on new electronics now can help us well beyond this transit.

Mars

Mars In Aquarius

Mars’ transit through Aquarius is a time to stand up for our rights and fight for change. Aquarius is a detached sign that doesn’t typically get too fired up, but Mars’ warrior-like presence here adds the fuel that is normally lacking and encourages us to champion our ideas and ideals. We are fighting for our freedoms, but we aren’t using our fists. With Mars in Aquarius, our minds are our greatest weapons.

Strength lies in fresh ideas and original plans during this transit. Traditional ways of thinking will only lead to more of the same. Mars in Aquarius is a time to identify what we want the future to look like, and to take active steps toward it. It’s not just about thinking outside the box, it’s about completely forgetting about the box. The only way to make things radically different is to act in radical ways.

Injustices and societal problems are impossible to ignore while Mars is in Aquarius. Aquarius is the humanitarian of the zodiac, and is especially concerned with what’s happening to the underdog. While Mars is firing up this sign, we can clearly see what needs to change and how. We can see not just the problems, but the solutions. There’s a powerful opportunity for reformation and revolution during this transit that we don’t always have available to us.

It’s hard to follow anyone else’s rules while Mars moves through free-thinking Aquarius. And who would want to?! Mars in Aquarius is a rebel who shoves aside traditional ways of doing things for a more original approach. We’re all capable of brilliance if we allow ourselves to disconnect from our typical patterns and feelings to embrace a brand-new, totally different way of doing things. It’s about liberating ourselves and growing into our own, bit by bit.

Pluto

Pluto In Aquarius

In a way, it’s quite simple: Pluto is the planet of transformation, and Aquarius is the sign of progress. We better believe that, once Pluto transits through Aquarius, life as we know it will be a thing of the past.

When we say Pluto is the sign of transformation, we mean serious transformation. Not a simple change in how we look or who we hang out with, but a significant shift in our souls. He’s is the planet of death, but also of rebirth. Pluto is all about shedding our old identities and releasing perspectives that no longer serve us, to make space for something better. And THAT’S what makes this transit so impactful: Aquarius and Pluto are both about regeneration, and their combined energies have incredible power to advance humanity on a global scale.

Worldwide changes in science, technology, and space travel would not be surprising to see while Pluto is in Aquarius, but, more importantly, we’ll see profound shifts in civil rights and humanitarianism. The most powerful people will be those who work together and who value the lives, feelings, and experiences of others. Governments and systems that have worked against each other in the past can find common ground during this transit to forge new alliances for the future.

In our personal lives, Pluto in Aquarius urges us to transform our view of ourselves and our place in this world. It’s natural to think of what is best for ourselves and what will help us most in the future, but what if it was our first, natural instinct to think of what’s best for others and what will help us all most in the future? This is the change that Pluto in Aquarius wants to see in us. Will we answer the call?

Aquarius

Aquarius is the eleventh astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation Aquarius. Under the tropical zodiac, the sun is in Aquarius typically between January 21 and February 18, while under the Sidereal Zodiac, the sun is in Aquarius from approximately February 15 to March 14, depending on leap year.

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