There are no heavy challenging squares/quacks in the Skywatch this month, and that is unusual. The most difficult pairing, Mars square Neptune, appears in the heavens late Friday night, February 16 and turns exact on Saturday morning, February 17. The rest of the Skywatch on the 17th is good but use caution with anything dangerous that weekend. The only other planetary square is a lightweight and shows up on a very good day otherwise. Venus in sweet and emotional Pisces squares impatient and aggressive Mars in fiery Sagittarius over the weekend of February 24/25. The square is exact on the morning of the 25th, but there is a series of positive aspects that follow on that day. That’s why the 25th is indicated on both lists—get through the square early Sunday morning and the rest of the day is upbeat.


  1. MA dL

    Lance, thanks for the heads up re Mercury’s entry into pragmatic Capricorn on 10 Jan., and possible uptick in storms.

    Your Winter Solstice warning slammed the Alps this week: 13k tourists trapped in Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn: Two meters of snow fell in 24 hours, i.e. everything closed from avalanche concerns. In the Bernese Oberland, 125 mph winds.

    On line, there is deeper discussion of Solar Grand Minimum, and the criminality of milking carbon credits from the corrupted science narrative of Global Warming.

    Real world discussions of cold, crop failures, famine and pandemics. Call it Biblical; call it historical. It represents a larger earth cycle. See Maunder Minimum/Little Ice Age.

  2. Alexia

    Thank goodness for a break for most of the month. Thank you for the heads up, looks like we won’t be picking those days for a impromptu vacation.


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