Author calculated February 5, 2023 Full Moon Zodiac Chart via Astro.com
With the Full Moon in Leo and Sun in Aquarius, we’re in a “fixed” sign axis. We can feel a certain amount of rigidity or sense of being stuck.
Uranus squares this Sun-Moon combo, suggesting challenges and unexpected surprises during the next 2 or so weeks. Since Uranus oversees the NASDAQ, technology and other stocks in this index are likely in the performance spotlight. Uranus often indicates breakouts or breakdowns. You never know which way things will turn with Uranus, the planet of shock, rebellion, liberation, innovation, and science.
Additionally, there’s a stellium of assertive, aggressive energy with Jupiter, Juno, Chiron and Eris in Aries. We have opportunities for expansion especially through partnerships, although we may experience wounded feelings and some discord along the way.
Both Aries and Leo are “fire” signs, so we may feel lit up. Expect inspiration, action-packed news and dynamic unfolding to continue.
Mercury in Capricorn is square to Eris, inferring tensions in communications, travel and commerce. Capricorn energy infused in Mercury reflects this golden rule: lean toward responsible and mature conversations rather than emotional outbursts that blow up.
Aside from the Moon, the cosmos starts vibing at least one or two days before the aspect patterns are perfectly synchronized. Here are key dates to watch during this full moon and waning cycle:
February 6: Mercury in Capricorn sextile Neptune in Pisces is fantastic for creative projects and new visions. Generally positive for communications and commerce.
February 7 – 8: Venus in Pisces sextiles Uranus in Taurus. Remember loving flexibility in relationships. Innovations in finance, art, music, fashion, or film may be surprisingly profitable. Usually, a helpful energy for market bounces, but a simultaneous Moon in super-analytical Virgo may counter potential gains.
February 10: Mercury conjoins Pluto in Capricorn. Expect an intense day of trading. Investors may be blindsided by Moon in Libra aligning 150° to Uranus, Venus and Neptune. Emotional indecision is possible now.
February 11: Mercury enters Aquarius while Mars in Gemini sextiles Chiron in Aries. We can be inspired to think the worst of inflation is over. I tend to agree with Dr. Michael Burry that we aren’t out of the woods yet.
February 15: Venus conjoins Neptune in Pisces. Super dreamy, romantic and creative. Enjoy an interlude of pleasure. Neptune ruled stocks and sectors, like oil, can see a nice bounce as Venus rules money! Moon now in Sagittarius is action and momentum oriented, adding impetus.
February 16: Sun conjoins Saturn in Aquarius. Plan new, pioneering life structures that feed your heart and soul. Technology companies are in focus; they may have a second wind and/or be at odds with government leaders.
February 17: Mercury in Aquarius sextiles Jupiter in Aries. Brilliant ideas can get you far once you take action.
February 18: Sun enters Pisces. A cycle favoring dreams, visions, creativity and universal love is now possible if we set aside worries and opt for peace. Meditation, film, music and art are ideal. Oil prices may bounce higher now.
February 19: Venus in Pisces sextiles Pluto in Capricorn. This is serious energy for intense relationship encounters or financial concerns. The Full Moon cycle completes as the New Moon in Pisces ensues at 11:06 pm Pacific time.
Below is a mundane “synastry” relationship comparison of the USA Sibly birth chart with this full moon transit:
Note “house” area 3: Transiting Saturn conjoins USA Natal Moon. This suggests structural limitations including less government assistance for the people. A viable example of this is how supplemental SNAP benefits will end in February. Looking ahead that indeed corresponds to Saturn entering Pisces in March.
Author calculated USA - February 5, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
Moving on to financial astrology indicators, here’s what stands out in the NYSE-Full Moon synastry comparison:
House area 10: Transiting Neptune links to NYSE Midheaven arrow. This implies a continued lack of clarity where NYSE investing is concerned. We’re in the midst of dreams vs. delusions, as I state in my 2023 Forecast Report, which is included with my 2 top-tier consultations.
House area 7: Transiting Mercury connects to NYSE Eris. This infers strife or conflict in investments and trades for this index.
House area 10: Transiting Eris conjoins NYSE Saturn. Again, more discord is noted that can affect NYSE at the structural level. This suggests continued choppy trading rather than a steady uphill climb.
Author calculated NYSE - February 5, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
Next for the DJIA-Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 10: Transiting Mars meets DJIA Pluto in Gemini. Both of these planets are considered “malefic” (aka malicious). Gemini is mutable and changeable. The 10th house represents status and achievement in the outside world. Assertive actions for power are heightened. Flexibility for reversals and do-overs are needed.
Author calculated DJIA - February 5, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
For the S&P-Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 10: Transiting Venus will conjoin S&P Sun. This may briefly lift the S&P on or near the exact pairing, which occurs Monday and Tuesday, February 6 and 7.
House area 11: Transiting Jupiter conjoins S&P Eris. Expansive Jupiter symbolizes wealth. It’s generally considered a “benefic” (aka beneficial) planet. However, when Jupiter vibes with dwarf planet Eris, it may stir up (expand) more trouble and discord for our 11th house long-range goals.
Author calculated S&P - February 5, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
For the NASDAQ-Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 1: Transiting Uranus connects with NASDAQ Saturn. Big price swings for this index are likely during this full moon cycle. There may possibly be some bullish trends depending on individual stocks.
House area 12: Transiting Jupiter conjoins NASDAQ Chiron. With this pairing, Jupiter can heal or increase financial wounds. The 12th house symbolizes secrets and hidden things, so what’s really going on with stocks in this index may not be fully visible to investors. It’s a good placement for doing your research.
House area 12: Transiting Juno conjoins NASDAQ Eris. This is a tight “conjunction” with both bodies at 11° Aries. Corporate partnerships and investment matters may be in discord behind the scenes.
Author calculated NASDAQ - February 5, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
For Oil 1st Trade Date-Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 6: Transiting North Node conjoins Oil’s Pluto. This references oil has been in a position of power when it comes to commodities, yet the collective is slowly steering away from that direction.
House area 12: Transiting South Node conjoins Oil’s Juno. This denotes partnerships and maintaining agreeable relationships for this continued natural resource are critical.
Author calculated Oil 1st Trade Date - February 5, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
For the Federal Reserve Board-Full Moon synastry chart:
House area 6: Transiting P. Fort. (Part of Fortune) connects with the Fed Sun. This implies the Fed is at the heart of whatever occurs. Their policy decisions have reached an important fated juncture.
House area 7: Transiting Mercury conjoins the Fed Jupiter. This suggests possible money supply expansion to uplift trade and commerce. This alignment is encouraging for the Fed to raise rates only 25 basis points in February, and this turned out to be so on February 1.
Author calculated Federal Reserve Board - February 5, 2023 Full Moon Synastry Chart via Astro.com
Thank you for reading my forecast. Until next time, I wish you a joyful and prosperous full moon cycle.
© 2023 Trudy Carol
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