March starts still in the impact of the United States’ February 20 Pluto Return, an astrological minute that hasn’t happened for American given that July 4, 1776. Russia’s intrusion of Ukraine– and the stunning resistance by Ukrainian military and civilians– unfolded right in action with this seismic transit.
We are now in the last month of the Western astrological calendar, leading up to the spring equinox on March 20. Pisces season is a time of closure, one that’s been stealthily pegged as thoughtful and spiritual, the reverse of warmongering. To be sure, these are amongst Piscean characteristics: artistry, creativity, and deep compassion are all this Neptune-ruled indication’s greatest vibration.
The Pisces zodiac indication symbol (glyph) might hold the best metaphor for these “fascinating times.” It’s an icon of 2 fish, which represent our unconscious intentions. These fish are bound together by an energetic cable, yet swimming in opposite instructions.
Seen because light, Pisces is the supreme sign of dispute, not peace. That dispute might be deeply internal, concealed from even our awareness. The duality of Pisces likewise advises us of our oneness, even with our “opponents.” Pisces is the supreme paradox: the more we have a hard time to get away each other, the tighter our binding rope ends up being.