Horoscope February 2015

  • Aquarius

    Jan 20—Feb 18

    Dam that Mars! The planet that loves to stop things up is here to obstruct Aquarius’ flow. Water bearers will be faced with more barriers than usual at work, but perseverance will be rewarded in a lucrative way by the 28th. When the floodgates open, empty wallets shall be filled.

  • Aries

    March 21—April 19

    Uranus revolves around the Sun once every 84 years, but it changes its mind about a million times a day. (Note: One of those statements is slightly more scientifically sound than the other). The impulsive planet makes Aries similarly impetuous, so think twice before signing on for projects or activities.

  • Cancer

    June 21—July 22

    When Pluto’s around, every day is like the most intense February 14th ever. The air’s so thick with love that it can be stifling, both
    for Cancers and recipients. Controlling and doling out the appropriate amount of emotion is this month’s obstacle, but don’t worry, there’s no limit on chocolate hearts.

  • Capricorn

    Dec 22—Jan 19

    In the cosmic tabloids, February’s headline reads Mercury: Secretly a Romantic? The planet that typically screws up communication must have a heart, because its retrograde period ends on the 11th. Valentine’s Day is now officially safe for love letters and candygrams, send them as desired.

  • Gemini

    May 21—June 20

    Sure, lurking in Gemini’s shadow for nine years is kind of creepy, but Neptune isn’t as shady as it seems. It knows when the scatterbrained twin sign needs to focus and it helps restless minds make tough decisions. Neptune’s kinda like Gem’s very own rom-com stalker, much more holding-a-radio-over-your-head than throwing- a-bag-over-your-head.

  • Leo

    July 23—Aug 22

    Though lucky Jupiter has landed, Leos still have to go through rough patches—and that’s what Jupiter is hoping for. The goal isn’t for lions to expect fortune, but to learn to fend for themselves during tough times. Turn that frown upside down...and keep those peepers peeled for antelope.

  • Libra

    Sept 23—Oct 22

    When indecisive Mars enters mid-February, Libras aren’t sure how to react. The planet of procrastination is a task-oriented scale’s nemesis, but a little break never hurt anyone. Give in to the cosmic dillydallier on the 19th. Even one small act of spontaneity will be a giant leap for Libra-kind.

  • Pices

    Feb 19—March 20

    February’s full moon is called the “little famine moon” because the weather made hunting very difficult back in the day. It’s not the sexiest lunar phase, but what it lacks in curb appeal it makes up for in practicality. On the 3rd it reminds imaginative Pisces to get their heads out of the clouds and prep for the unexpected.

  • Sagittarius

    Nov 22—Dec 21

    Dr. Neptune has enrolled Sags in a month-long therapy session with a single focus: trust. Archers are too quick to put their faith in people and don’t always vet new confidants thoroughly. Take a second look at a pal on the 24th and ensure his motives are pure or it could be a prescription for pain.

  • Scorpio

    Oct 23—Nov 21

    Saturn is the Eeyore of the cosmos and (oh bother!) it’s moping around in Scorpio. Scorps have felt stuck under a black cloud lately, but
    that doesn’t have to be February’s forecast. Once a blowhard friend is taken off the radar, there’s nothing but sunshine—and weather puns—ahead.

  • Taurus

    April 20—May 20

    The new moon isn’t the time for breaking ground on ideas. It’s a period when blueprints should be drawn up. On the 18th, bulls will feel energized and deliciously excited, like they have a special secret. Take the next seven days to contemplate potential life changes, then set them into motion.

  • Virgo

    Aug 23—Sept 22

    Much like a meddling mother-in-law, Pluto can’t leave well enough alone—and for better or for worse, it’s landed in the love sector. This makes Virgos uncharacteristically clingy and jealous. Luckily, this relationship isn’t ‘til death do you part. By the 14th, the green-eyed monster will find a new suitor.

sydney levin

Sydney Levin is an extremely attractive writer living in New York City. She enjoys noodles and sloths, although not in that order.