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Moon is Waning (Gibbous) since its Full Moon on 20 October 2021, 2:57 PM. Sun is in Scorpio, Moon in Gemini, Mercury in Libra, Venus in Sagittarius, Mars in Libra, Jupiter in Aquarius, Saturn in Aquarius, Uranus in Taurus, Neptune in Pisces, and Pluto in Capricorn.
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No astrologer or astrological tool, including this AI-based engine, had foreseen the unprecedented pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus.
 
However, many experts were expecting large scale natural disasters to rock humanity. This is because the two most dreaded planets, Saturn and Pluto meet (conjuncts) at 22°46' Capricorn.
 
This is a rare cosmic influence, that impacts entire mankind, and should be over by February 2021. Astrologically, good fortunes shall prevail from 20th December 2020, when Jupiter meets Saturn - known as the "Great Conjunction".
 
Until then, be safe, and keep your loved ones safe.
 
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Zodiac Sign Dates: Tropical Standard, or the Western/Hellenistic ranges Zodiac Sign Dates: Tropical Standard Zodiac Sign Date Ranges

As the Earth revolves around the Sun, the Zodiac (or the sky) appears to rotate once a year. With respect to the Earth, the Sun appears to move through the Zodiac (or the sky) in an anti-clockwise circular motion.
 
The Sun being the most massive and most influential of energies, its movement through the Zodiac is unanimously considered as the dates of each Zodiac Sign. Keep in mind that the Earth's revolution around the Sun is the reason Earth changes seasons.
 
On the date and time of Vernal Equinox, or March Equinox, around 20th-21st March, the elliptic (Sun's annual pathway) intersects the celestial equator, and Sun enters Aries. This date marks the beginning of the spring season in the Northern Hemisphere.
 
Similarly, on the date and time of Autumnal Equinox, or September Equinox around 22nd-23rd September, the elliptic intersects the celestial equator again, and Sun enters Libra. This date marks the beginning of the autumn season in the Northern Hemisphere.
 
On the other hand, when the Sun travels the longest path through the sky, the Earth receives the most daylight. Summer Solstice around 20th-21st June, and Winter Solstice around 21st-22nd December are when this happens in the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere. On these dates and times, Sun enters Cancer and Capricorn, respectively to mark the beginning of summer and winter seasons in the Northern Hemisphere.
 
The chart below is the most widely accepted date ranges for the Zodiac Signs - also known as the Tropical Standard, or the Western/Hellenistic date ranges:
 
Aries:21 March - 20 April
Taurus:21 April - 21 May
Gemini:22 May - 22 June
Cancer:23 June - 22 July
Leo:23 July - 22 August
Virgo:23 August - 22 September
Libra:23 September - 22 October
Scorpio:23 October - 22 November
Sagittarius:23 November - 21 December
Capricorn:22 December - 20 January
Aquarius:21 January - 18 February
Pisces:19 February - 20 March

However, the exact date and time of such events are beyond human control and vary from year to year. An ephemeris (which is an astronomical dataset for all cosmic events) should be referred for a particular year's start and end dates for the Zodiac Signs.
 
 
 
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