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Weekly Horoscope ~ Feb 18 to 28

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Weekly Horoscope

Pisces Decan 1 ~ Feb 18 to 28 2017. The weekly horoscope runs as an Egyptian week, ie 10 days. It will start as the Sun moves into a new decan and looks at what fixed stars it hits during the decanate week. The star interpretations are written for those born with their Sun on that degree, but the general mood of the day will carry that flavour too.

Muses, Fairytales & The Bohemian Dream

This zone is a bohemian artists dream, where one can catch the muses and write inspiring music, art and poetry. Here one can absorb, blend into the landscape and be receptive to the flow of inspiration from the collective. But oh so sensitive, there can be the problem of feeling other peoples pain. Pisces decan 1 are great empaths, but prone to self-medication when they take on too much of other peoples woes.

Feb 18/19/20

Pisces 1º 53’ ~ Enif in Pegasus the Flying Horses nose.* 2.5

Enif is found in Pegasus’s nose and has its head firmly stuck in the clouds. Robson says the constellation as a whole “gives ambition, vanity, intuition, enthusiasm, caprice and bad judgment.” Noonan says “The constellation portends events concerning ships and the ocean and also changes in the weather. In medieval times it was said to indicate vain individuals with a great deal of ambition, but with very poor judgment.” For Enif specifically it brings “Danger in battle.” [1]

Feb 21/22

Pisces 3º 46’  ~ Sadalmelik in Aquarius’ right shoulder. 3.2
Pisces 3º 52’  ~ Fomalhaut in Pisces Austrinus the Southern Fish. 1.5

Sadalmelik in Aquarius’s shoulder is known as the ‘Luckiest of the Lucky’ and this seems to play out in general for this decan. Somehow these people just seem to float into fortune without making any great effort, much to the chagrin their industrious Saturnian friends. These cats always fall on their feet.

Strangely Robson seems to think this star “causes persecution, lawsuits, extreme and sudden destruction and the death penalty.” What I make of this is that this stars’ talents might attract envy, and they could be targets from those who have a more nefarious agenda and they could be set up as criminals. But I think the ‘death penalty’ scenario is taking that a bit too far. Having this on the south node though could point to a past life execution for high treason.

Fomalhaut as one of the archangel stars that can be extremely fortunate, but only if it uses its gifts with integrity and for the greater good. Otherwise Fomalhaut can be corrupt, fall into sorcery and be disgraced. That’s the feeling of the whole decan really. Water needs to be kept flowing since it can absorb negativity more than any other element and of course stagnant water becomes toxic very quickly.

Robson says Fomalhaut “is said to be very fortunate and powerful and yet to cause malevolence of sublime scope and character, and change from a material to a spiritual form of expression.” The Ebertins say “According to tradition, this star is of quite variable effect, either very good or very bad, depending on the overall cosmic structure. It is assumed, however, that the helpful influence is the greater one… Tied up with either Sun or Moon, the influence of Fomalhaut is said to be quite marked.” I have written a whole post dedicated to Fomalhaut.

Feb 23

Pisces 5º 20’  ~ Deneb Adige in the heart of Cygnus. 1.2

Deneb Adige insures that the artists among them make gains from their talent seeing this star has a fortunate influence over artistic or scientific pursuits. “To prove this, it is interesting to find several well known artists and writers, who could make good money with their art, be it manifold activities in the acting art or achieving record sales of their printed works.” This star is also known for unsteady affections being a late developer. They retain their childlike wonder at the world long past midlife, this may be because they have managed not to bare much responsibility for others, they travel light and float high. Robson says Deneb Adige gives “an ingenious nature and a clever intellect that is quick at learning.” [2]

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