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Monthly Love Horoscopes - February 2018
The month starts with a full blown total lunar eclipse in your romantic sector well and truly underway. This began with the Moon's return on the 31st January and will peak as January turns into February, the Moon will remain here until the 28th February. In a 28 day month it is very rare for the Moon to make two visits, but returning on the 27th February this will see the month begin and end with romantically charged lunar vibes in play, each magical for their own reason. Because the first visit began on the 31st January and will continue to unfold on the 1st February this is a Lovers Moon, a Blue Moon, a Super Moon and a total lunar eclipse. You don't get more powerful than that. For any Full Moon, it is often the case that what is triggered on a Full Moon comes to fruition when the Moon comes full circle and with the same forces still in play on the 27th February that is more than likely the case. For a 28 day month to begin and end with romantically charged lunar vibes in play and with powerful eclipse energy in play from the get go, is about as romantically charged as it gets. The one planet that will be working to take advantage of this is Venus, with the planet of love taking a different stand in each visit. Venus will start the month in a social and serendipitous part of your chart and will be here when the total lunar eclipse gets the month off to a romantically charged start. With Venus triggering the laws of attraction and synchronicity and the Moon bringing the element of fate into play, be prepared for some serendipitous and unexpected developments. On the 11th February Venus will return to a nostalgic part of your chart to begin a nostalgic trip down love's memory lane. Venus will be there when the Moon comes full circle on the 27th February, by which point Venus will be just days away from Aries.
While the focus is still on your relationships this month, there is a very different feel and you have reached an important part of an important journey. Since Jupiter returned to your relationship sector last October there has been a lot of planetary support. This will always happen during the early and final months of Jupiter's visit, with support to get things moving and then again to bring things home. That support should have run its course when Venus left your relationship sector on the 1st December. However, Mars' return just days later gave the warrior planet of the cosmos a chance to not only meet up with lucky Jupiter, but align last month, for the first time here in three decades. Mars only left on the 27th January, during the last weekend of January. By the time you move into February Jupiter has only been on his own for five days, but it will stay that way until Venus returns in September. This is when, nearly four months after Jupiter's return, the real journey begins. Mars leaves you with a clear sense of what you're fighting for, but the urgency is gone and with support from Neptune in your friendship sector, a long year of friendship and relationship building stretches out in front of you. This makes the Moon's visit from the 6th February to the 9th February an important chance to get your bearings. From this point on, it is these monthly visits that will give you access to Jupiter's mandate and will keep your relationships on course. Venus, planet of love and guardian of your relationships' return to your friendship sector on the 11th February will further enhance the support for friendship and relationship building.
Just before Christmas Saturn not only left your relationship sector, but wrapped up a three year relationship boot camp. While Mercury, planet of communication stayed on for several more weeks, his departure on the 11th January left your relationship sector empty for the first time since September 2014. Having Saturn in your relationship sector isn't easy, but whatever challenges you faced you learned more about what you want from your relationships and what they need from you over the course of three years, than you have over the previous three decades. It will be another three decades before you and your relationships are challenged like this again. However, Mercury's departure should have brought all planetary activity on the relationship front to an end, but that is not the case. It was on the 27th January, 16 days after Mercury left and with a chance to let things settle that Mars, planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos. With Jupiter returning in November to begin your most opportune and expansive relationship year in over a decade, there is no better planet to jump in and exploit all the potential from the last three years. Mars is still in his early days by the time you move into February, but a total lunar eclipse in your communication sector allows you to start the month with a chance for a communication breakthrough from the get go. Not due to leave until the 18th March, Mars will spend the whole of February fighting for your relationships and to turn the challenges of the past three years into a new starting point. Support from Venus will bring a boost in confidence when it comes to the journey ahead. For this is a time to look to the future rather than the past.
There are very similar themes in play on the romantic and relationship fronts this month. This was also the case last month and as events on each front is mirroring the other, it really does look like the love and relationship gods are working in unison. Last month had a huge amount of focus on romantic matters, with the year starting with Mars and Jupiter aligned in your romantic sector. This was the first time that the planets of passion and luck have aligned here in decades. Yet while Mars left on the 27th January, with Jupiter here until November this is when the real journey begins. This is your luckiest year for love and matters of the heart in over a decade, with things just now hitting their stride. Things become more confident, but a lot less urgent. This mirrors what is happening on the relationship front, with your most powerful relationship year in decades, having had its own push last month. January was Saturn's first full month in your relationship sector in three decades and at the time of last month's New Moon there were six planets working to get this new journey underway. Yet in the early hours of the 1st February Mercury will leave your relationship sector, leaving behind Saturn and Pluto. With Saturn here until December 2020 and Pluto until 2024, on the relationship front it becomes more about the journey as well. The last few months have seen a huge amount of invested by both the love and relationship gods, yet both reach a point where they can pull back and enjoy the journey, at the same time. This makes Venus, planet of love and guardian of your relationship's return to an adventurous part of your chart on the 11th February important for both, for from here she is able to focus on the journey on both fronts.
February is always a month when the focus is on your relationships, always has been and always will be. This is because the Sun will always spend the majority of the first three weeks of February in your relationship sector and often this is where you will find Venus and Mercury as well. That is the case this year, but there is a lot going on that makes this anything but the annual relationship review you go through at this time every year. February is an eclipse month and both the total lunar eclipse underway at the start of the month and a solar eclipse on 16th February have a direct impact on your relationships. The Moon returned to Leo on the 31st January and it is between then and the early hours of the 1st February that this will create the most powerful Full Moon of 2018. Starting on the 31st January this is a Blue Moon, a Super Moon and a total lunar eclipse. While falling in Leo, the Moon is in opposition with the Sun in your relationship sector and the light being eclipsed is relationship focused sunlight. This is a Full Moon that will always fall at some point during the Sun's month long visit to your relationship sector and it will put a balance between your personal and relationship needs to the test. This might create some personal and/or relationship tension at the start of the month but Mercury, planet of communication returns within minutes of the lunar eclipse peaking. This creates the potential for a communication and/or relationship breakthrough as the month begins. With Venus, planet of love and guardian of your relationships on board she will be on hand to help turn this into an opportunity. Meanwhile, a solar eclipse in your relationship sector on the 16th January brings the potential for fateful new beginnings. You also have Mars spending the whole month in your romantic sector, where he's fuelling your romantic passions and fighting spirit.
There is a strong correlation between what is happening on the romantic and relationship fronts and that has been the case for years now. Pluto, in your romantic sector since 2008, won't leave until 2024 while Neptune, in your relationship sector since 2012, won't leave until 2026. Both are here for the long haul and without a moment of the year when there isn't at least some focus on romantic and relationship matters, this puts the love and relationship gods in a similar position. The synchronicity between the two was further enhanced by Jupiter's return to your communication sector in October and Saturn's to your romantic sector in December. Pluto and Saturn have teamed up for the first time in your romantic sector in our lifetime and they will spend the next three years together. In the meantime, Jupiter and Neptune will remain closely aligned all year, with support between the communication and relationship gods guaranteed. The only difference between romantic and relationship matters is where the balance of power is, at different times of the year. Last month the balance of power was on romantic matters, whereas this month it is shifting to your relationships. Yet romantic matters will continue to evolve, just as your relationships continue to evolve during last month's romantic developments. The difference is where there is more focus. Last month saw the Sun, Venus and Mercury all move through and leave your romantic sector, while this month they will all return to your relationship sector. With support from lucky Jupiter in your communication sector, this should be a good month for both romantic and relationship matters.
The focus is always going to be on romantic matters at this time of year, but this time last year you were short changed, with the love gods working to make up for this. By the 1st February 2017 Venus, planet of love had been and gone and you not only had Jupiter in Libra, but there was a lot of tension between him and both planets in your relationship sector. Venus spent less than three days in your romantic sector last year and with a lot of relationship tension throughout the year, the love gods never really got a change. Fast forward a year and things couldn't be more different. Uranus and Eris, the two planets under pressure for much of last year, are now in a much healthier position in your relationship sector. With Mars spending the whole of February in your communication sector and no planets in opposition, there is no pressure and in its place nothing but support. This means the conditions are a lot more love friendly this year, which is why the love gods may have put in minimal effort last year. You not only start the month with Venus, planet of love in your romantic sector alongside the Sun, they will be joined by Mercury on the 1st February. For the first time in 17 years you also have the South Node in your romantic sector and this is the reason for a solar eclipse here on the 16th February. Venus' departure on the 11th February means that she won't be here during the solar eclipse, but she will align with the forces behind the scenes before she leaves. Knowing there is a solar eclipse just five days after she leaves, Venus won't leave without raising the bar on your expectations and creating an ideal romantic environment. Yet even when Mercury leaves on the 18th February and the Sun on the 19th February there will be a strong sense of romantic anticipation, with even more surprises over the coming months.
February should be a good month on both the romantic and relationship fronts, either because of direct or indirect support. There is no planetary activity in your relationship sector until Venus returns later next month, but this will open the doors to some game changing developments over the following months. Until then your relationships are getting indirect support from Pluto and Saturn in your communication sector. What is important about that support is that it is not only in effect all month or all year, but for the next three years. With your most important relationship year in decades just months away, this will become even more significant. On the romantic front there is a mix of direct and indirect support. The indirect support is from Jupiter, who in Scorpio until November will work with dreamy Neptune on the romantic front all year. Yet things start to move on the romantic front in more tangible ways with Venus, planet of love's return to your romantic sector on the 11th February. Venus is the first of the faster planets to reach your romantic sector this year, arriving ahead of Mercury who returns on the 18th February and the Sun on the 19th February. The Sun returns to your romantic sector at the same time every year, but this year returns to find that Venus and Mercury are here and there is support from Jupiter, the largest and most powerful planet in the solar system. While February is a good month for both romantic and relationship matters, over the coming months both sides will continue to strengthen, making this less a one off good month and more the start of an ongoing trend. The Moon's return to your romantic sector, from the 16th February to the 19th February and to your relationship sector from the 21st February to the 23rd February, will give you an intuitive and imaginative window into both fronts.
While the Sun, Venus and Mercury won't reach your romantic sector until next month, when they do return it will be to a much more love friendly environment than last year. Uranus and Eris, the two long term residents of your romantic sector were under pressure for much of 2017, yet as they spend their first full month in direct motion the conditions are not only better, but different this year. Different for three main reasons. The first reason is that with no planets in opposition there are fewer barriers, less challenges and the environment is more love friendly. The second reason is the support. Both planets are enjoying a lot of support from Mars, with the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos spending the whole month in Sagittarius, but also from the North Node and Ceres in an adventurous part of your chart. As well as creating a potent cocktail of romantic, adventurous and passionate forces, a lunar eclipse at the start of the month is enough to push you out of a romantic rut. The third reason why things feel different this year is that Uranus, here since 2010, is getting ready to leave. While Uranus won't leave until May, Venus' return early next month will begin the push to make his final months count. The closer you get to the month the stronger a sense of romantic anticipation is likely to become. The Moon's visit to your romantic sector from the 19th February to the 21st February is likely to exacerbate that, creating some romantically charged days. With no planetary activity in your relationship sector, the Moon's visit from the 23rd February to the 25th February is a valuable chance to get an emotional and intuitive read on relationship matters. There is, however, plenty of support on the communication front.
When Venus, planet of love left Capricorn last month she left you with some high expectations and a strong sense of romantic confidence and anticipation. Yet this still calls for a large amount of blind faith, with Venus and your heart both knowing what lies ahead. While it is not until Venus returns to your romantic sector later next month that what you're sensing will start to become more real, what will unfold over the following months is game changing. This is why Venus will continue work on fuelling your romantic confidence, with the focus very much on preparing for what lies ahead. For what lies ahead is not just Uranus' return to your romantic sector for the first time since 1942, but his position here until 2026. You're just months away from the biggest romantic chapter in a lifetime and that's where a sense of romantic confidence and anticipation is coming from. This makes the Moon's visit to your romantic sector from the 21st February to the 23rd February, with the love gods using these romantically charged lunar vibes like a trail of breadcrumbs. You don't need to worry about how to prepare for romantic developments still months away, just pay attention during the Moon's monthly visits. The Moon's visit to your relationship sector from the 25th February to the 27th February will also be important. As always this will fuel your emotional responses to relationship matters. However, Venus' return to your communication sector on the 11th February means she will be there to give them and your relationships a voice. It won't just be the planet of love and guardian of your relationships in your communication sector by then but the Sun and Mercury, planet of communication as well.
In 2017 Venus, planet of love spent less than 72 hours in Aquarius. You began last year with Venus in Aquarius, but she was gone by the 3rd January and didn't return until last month. This year you have the planet of love on board from her return on the 18th January through to her departure on the 11th January. Venus returned two days before your birthday month and new solar year began, so was able to give your heart a voice from the get go. This also means you will have Venus on board as the month begins with a powerful total lunar eclipse in your relationship sector underway. As the planet of love and guardian of your relationships Venus is not only focused on updating your romantic and relationship desires and expectations for the coming year, but on seizing opportunities now. You will always have a Full Moon in your relationship sector at some point during your birthday month and in opposition with the Sun this can create some personal and/or relationship tension. Because this is not just a lunar eclipse but a total lunar eclipse this could be especially strong, especially as the forces behind this eclipse and a solar eclipse in Aquarius on the 16th February have a lot of history. The reason for both eclipses is that you have had the North Node in your relationship sector and South Node in Aquarius since last May, policing a need for balance between your personal and relationship needs. This will see things come to a head at the start of the month but Mercury, planet of communication's return to Aquarius right in the middle of the lunar eclipse will turn this into an opportunity for a communication and/or relationship breakthrough. The Moon returned on the 31st January and will leave on the 2nd February, getting everything out in the open in the early days of the month.
With no planetary activity in your romantic or relationship sectors at this time of year, this is not a particularly active time of the year on either front. Yet as the planet of love and guardian of your relationships, Venus is going to make both her business when she returns to Pisces on the 11th February. With the Sun not returning to begin your birthday month and new solar year until the 19th February, this gives Venus eight days on her own before the more mundane aspects of getting a new solar year off the ground begin. The Moon, who will visit your relationship sector from the 2nd February to the 4th February, will be gone by the time Venus returns to Pisces. However, returning early next month there will be a chance during her final days to focus on your relationships. That is not until early next month, allowing Venus to focus more on matters of the heart and all things romantic this month. Returning on the 11th February, this means that the planet of love will be spending her first Valentine's Day in Pisces in three years. However, the most romantically charged days of the month are to come a week after Valentine's Day. The Moon will move through your romantic sector from the 21st February to the 23rd February, creating the only romantically charged lunar vibes while Venus is in your Pisces this year. If there is anyone who knows what to do with these romantically charged lunar vibes it is Venus, planet of love. With no planetary activity on the romantic front for several months, until she leaves on the 7th March these are the most romantically charged weeks in the early part of the year. This is also when you get to define your romantic desires and expectations for the coming year.