On February 11th, 2021 we have a New Moon at 23° Aquarius which a activates the Aquarius Stellium .  With a record of 6 planets in Aquarius, this New Moon is as Aquarius as you can get! A Stellium is when we have a line up of planets in one sign of the zodiac. At the time of this New Moon, the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn will all be in Aquarius, creating a supercharged energy field.

From the end of January through February 2021, we have a string of planets lining up in the sign of Aquarius, including Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn.  Along with these planets, we will also have the Sun in Aquarius until the 18/19th, and from February 10-12th, the Moon will join in too.

Stelliums indicate a strong concentration of energy in one particular area of the sky, and in our lives. While each planet has its own unique energetic expression, when they come together in a stellium, the energy of the planets merge, creating a supercharged field of energy to tune in and work with. As stelliums are concentrated portals of energy, we may find our focus turning to one particular area of our life. 

Until December last year we had zero planets in Aquarius. Saturn, Jupiter and Pluto were all in Capricorn. However, with Jupiter and Saturn shifting into Aquarius at the end of 2020, the energy has completely shifted: from Earth, rules-driven Capricorn, to Air, innovation-humanitarian-social Aquarius.

Perhaps you have already noticed the shift… but you may still be unsure about what this Aquarius energy is all about, or how it is influencing you and your natal chart. One thing is for sure: at the New Moon you will find out. Actually with 6 of the 10 planets in Aquarius, there’s no possible way to NOT figure out what this new Aquarius agenda is all about. 6 planets in one single sign is a lot!

At the New Moon in Aquarius, there is an incredible emphasis on the Aquarius themes: social reform, innovation, groups and communities, freedom from constraining rules, open-mindedness, and humanitarianism.

Aquarius – Knowledge To The People

More than anything, Aquarius wants to bring the light of knowledge to as many people as possible. Groups of people unite forces to create better systems and better societies. Just like the water bearer pours forth the water of wisdom, in the Aquarian age, the truth can no longer be hidden and concealed. (Ex-President Trump Trial)?

Aquarius is a fixed sign, so it is a doer. If we want a better society, in the Aquarius age, we need to join forces and take concrete actions to make things happen. If in Capricorn, the state/government/big institutions were ‘in charge’ and had all the power. … in Aquarius, we the people have the power, with the opportunities and obligations that come with it.

If we don’t like a particular aspect of our society, we need to do something about it. Sometimes change comes when we rebel against the old rules, in an attempt to change them. Other times it means quietly doing small things that make our society a better place: reaching out to our neighbors in need, or not being wasteful, and buying only the food we eat.

New Moon In Aquarius – An “Aquarius” New Begining

Any New Moon is a new beginning, and a New Moon with 6 planets in Aquarius means a BIG Aquarius new beginning for you – depending on where the New Moon falls in your natal chart.

If it falls in the 2nd house, it can come with a new source of income, if in the 4th with a new home, if in the 6th, with a new job, if in the 7th, with a new relationship, etc. Another interesting thing about the New Moon is that on February 11th, 2021 we also have a triple conjunction between Mercury retrograde, Venus and Jupiter.

Venus conjunct Jupiter is an incredibly positive omen for a New Moon, because Venus-Jupiter conjunctions promote growth, positive feelings, and a sense of belonging.

The New Moon in Aquarius is your chance to find out what really matters to you in this new Aquarian age – and what role you want to play in this new society. One theme that we have all witnessed since the big 2020 shift from Earth to Air was the acceleration of online work, learning and every-day interactions. Many of these changes have come the hard way – with a lot of people losing their jobs, incomes, and even, people close to them. On a positive note, the pandemic has also given us the opportunities to find new avenues of growth and self-expression. Change, however uncomfortable, always leads to opportunities.

The question we all need to answer at the New Moon in Aquarius is: “What role do I want to play in this new Aquarius world?” Mercury (our skills, thinking communication). … Venus (our values, feelings and talents) … and Jupiter (society and groups of people), all come together to help you find the best possible ways and answers to move forward.

Mercury is retrograde – so look for answers inside. It doesn’t matter what other people do, or what opportunities they take. You will need to find your unique way going forward. The great thing about any new beginning is that it’s a blank canvas. You can literally seed anything you want, without being bound by the legacies of the past. And the New Moon in forward-looking Aquarius is your best opportunity to do that.

New Moon in Aquarius February 11 Horoscopes

This month is starting off on a high note, with February’s New Moon in Aquarius putting a spotlight on human rights and revolutionary change! On February 11, the Moon joins the Sun in Aquarius, forming what astrologers call a conjunction.

If Aquarius’s sister sign Leo takes center stage, then Aquarius is the one working tirelessly behind the scenes, making sure the production goes well. This New Moon in Aquarius is likely to bring forth a confirmation of intuitive messages and the welcoming of more diversity. As our political leanings shift, so will our ability to enact meaningful change.

This New Moon has the power to unearth erratic and unpredictable parts of your personality, so be careful what you lunge yourself into. Aquarius is a Saturn-ruled sign, so commitments you make now can last for a lifetime. But try not to get freaked out or overthink things! The New Moon will trine (meaning form a harmonious 120-degree angle with) the North Node of Fate, which is currently in Gemini. Translation: Things will work out as they need to—just stay open to communication.

What that means for you:


Are you a little unsure about the team that surrounds you, Aries? Try not to fret—this New Moon has the power to help you refresh your focus. Continue working toward what you believe is right. Your team will show up for you if you tell them you need their help.


Sometimes it’s difficult to admit how much influence our parents have over us—like, ew, no one wants to feel like their caregiver’s clone! But don’t disregard the similarities between you and your family. This New Moon will help you understand how those who’ve come before you impact your motivation.


Welcome new ways of thinking, Gemini! You’re being forced to recognize there’s more to life than what’s in your backyard, metaphorically speaking. Be willing to consider perspectives you wouldn’t typically listen to. You’ll be surprised by how they can inspire your thinking. Remember, there’s nothing wrong with relearning certain concepts and constructs.


Be open to a reset in the intimacy department, Cancer! Go ahead and revisit previous affairs so you can better understand why they didn’t work out as planned. You may have been in the dark with the best of intentions, but you stunted your potential by rushing. Now, you’re getting the opportunity to try again. Take it slow and steady.


The New Moon is opening up your inner circle—try to remain open to the possibility of someone from your past cycling back toward you (blame Mercury Retrograde). Even though many astrologers may suggest against starting up a new relationship during this time, there’s nothing wrong with rekindling old flames and seeing where things go!


Are you eating enough and staying hydrated, Virgo? (And no, soda does not count!)  It’s of the utmost importance that you’re taking care of yourself under the New Moon in Aquarius. New Moon energy can feel intoxicating and exciting, which also makes it extremely draining. Living your best life means making sure you’re tended to—and yes, snacking throughout the day counts!


This is a wonderful time to restart a creative endeavor! Think back on old passion projects that you may not have had the time to pursue in the past, and consider turning your attention toward them. Luckily for some of you, a romantic interest will make a surprise appearance to help out by being your motivation. Just don’t be a scrub!


A confrontation between friends can bring up some old familial wounds. Try not to let the past get to you, and refrain from being a plunger (someone who brings up old sh*t). If you feel like you need alone time, don’t feel guilty taking it! In fact, the best way to spend this New Moon might be taking some me-time at home.


Be proud of yourself, Sagittarius—you’re keeping your head above water despite choppy waves. Gotta love Jupiter—your ruling planet always fuels your ability to seek out new opportunities. Put that energy toward how you express yourself. Develop your image and the New Moon will bless you with work opportunities.


It looks like a former fling might be on their way back into your life. Don’t you love when Mercury retrogrades? You’re still focusing on securing your bag and working through your values. Don’t let a crush distract you from the work you need to do; this New Moon is perfect for manifesting money. Keep your priorities in order.


Your family might not completely understand your vision; they may not even support the person you’re becoming. This New Moon is challenging you to trust your gut and walk down a path that you create for yourself. Being a trailblazer can be scary, but the New Moon and Sun in Aquarius are illuminating your path!


Fish aren’t always swimming—sometimes they stay still while water moves around them. The New Moon is giving you an opportunity to slow down. Allow the world to reveal itself to you. Try not to lash out if your self-expression is challenged; let your community advocate for you. There’s power in learning when to do nothing at all.