Aquarius horoscope for March 2023

Your March horoscope for Aquarius

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This month will begin to show you how different life is about to be, as three major planets are about to change signs: Pluto, Mars and Saturn, and in May Jupiter will also move to a different place on your map. Even the eclipses are beginning to gradually move away from Scorpio and Taurus, signs that brought up difficult situations in 2022, and towards Libra and Aries, which will be easier for you to absorb. There’s so much to unpack – where to start? Let’s go to the Pluto Power Plant first.

Pluto’s impending move to Aquarius has caused a huge buzz in astrological circles. Pluto is the planet that revolves on the outermost precipice of our solar system and takes the longest to revolve around the Sun and visit all 12 constellations. It takes Pluto 248 years to complete one full rotation of the Sun, and because Pluto has an oval rather than a circular orbit, Pluto can spend between 14 and 33 years in any sign. It is not since the time of the American and French revolutions that Pluto visited Aquarius for the last time, more precisely from 1777 to 1798.

This month, Pluto will enter Aquarius, but only for just over 11 weeks, from March 23 to June 11. The universe gives us a little glimpse when it’s about to do something big, and it certainly fits that description. Pluto will return next year on January 20, 2024 and will remain in Aquarius until January 19, 2044, a period of 20 years. All of society will feel this change – we will be entering a new digital age squarely with robots, driverless cars, cryptocurrency, virtual reality, AI, ChatGPT, and more.

As an aside, I’ve written a little 9,300 word e-book about what’s to come in the future. It’s called “The Next 200 Years” by me, Susan Miller, now available on Amazon for Kindle and also on (BookBaby is my retailer for all device formats worldwide, and includes getting a PDF, which requires no device. For all, $4.99 USD.)

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