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All Aquarius Everything: This Week’s Stellium, New Moon, and What It Means for Us

It’s time to get clear on what you stand for

Ashleigh D. Jay
ZORA
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5 min readFeb 11, 2021

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[Note: Due to illness, I was unable to complete this week’s ZORAscope column. Back to our regular schedule next week.]

This week is incredibly important as we are set to experience an Aquarius stellium, which is the result of six planets being in Aquarius — the sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn (the traditional planetary ruler of Aquarius).

What is a stellium, you ask? A stellium is when three or more planets are in the same sign in a birth chart or in the sky; ascendant/rising sign not included. This results in a great deal of focused energy in that sign.

This also means anyone born around this time will have this stellium in their chart. The last major Aquarius stellium happened in 1962, when all seven of the traditional planets were in Aquarius. If you know any Aquarians born in 1962, look to your experience with them to gain clues about how such a high amount of Aquarius manifests.

Here’s a short list of things associated with Aquarius energy: acquaintances, airplanes and airports, ankles, astrology, blood circulation, clubs, colleagues, Congress, cooperation, electricity, free thinking, free will, friends, humanitarianism, one’s hopes, inventions, legislation, light, modernization, networking, organizations, paradoxes, progress and progressives, rebellions, reform, revolution, science, the Senate, socialism, societies, spirituality, telephones, television, vision, wireless, and one’s wishes.

I have an Aquarius stellium in my chart with my sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter in Aquarius. This makes reading my chart extremely simple; however, the experience of a stellium can be overwhelming and intense. Whenever transits hit any planet in my stellium, it just lights them all up like a Christmas tree with a laser show. It becomes an adventure to see what will happen next in order to get me to regain my focus and do what needs to be done.

One misconception is that Aquarius is unemotional and cold. While we can definitely turn the spout off when we feel like it, this is absolutely false. Aquarius is one of…

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Ashleigh D. Jay
ZORA
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#Aquarius astrologer finding the logic behind your instincts. | I talk about business, self-mastery, and pop culture.