The Sun enters Taurus on April 20th at 4:55 am EDT. This is the season of resources and grounding, with a focus on growing what’s been planted. It means making the most of what you have. Security comes from solidifying what works for you and understanding the true value of your resources and yourself.
Taurus is a Fixed Earth sign that is concerned with growth, abundance, fertility and all things that you can see and touch. If there’s no physical evidence it’s not real.
Having said all this, the Sun will conjoin Uranus in Taurus. This could illuminate a specific situation that is ready to be disrupted, or a moment when you realize that growth occurs in fresh soil. The field you’re working is no longer sustaining you. The old values are stale - abundance lies ahead, in new territory.
This post outlines what Uranus’s transit of Taurus means. Despite this sign’s fixed habits and dependence on security, Uranus says it’s time for something to be updated. The downside of Taurus’ fixed nature is stagnation that denies growth. Uranus (which is about the future) is here to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Wondering how Uranus’ transit of Taurus might impact you? I’ve written an eBook about it, based on your house positions (you need to know your birth time so you can figure out which description in the book applies to you).
Here are the aspects the Sun in Taurus will make:
Apr 22nd: Sun conjunct Uranus (2 deg)
May 2nd: inconjunct Ceres Rx in Sagittarius (12 deg)
May 3rd: inconjunct Pallas Rx in Libra (13 deg)
May 4th: New Moon (14 deg Taurus)
May 8th: Sun sextile Neptune in Pisces (18 deg)
May 10th: Sun trine the Capricorn South Node (19 deg)
May 11th: Sun trine Saturn Rx in Capricorn (20 deg)
May 13th: Sun inconjunct Jupiter Rx in Sagittarius (22 deg)
May 13th: Sun trine Pluto Rx in Capricorn (23 deg)
May 18th: Full Moon (27 deg Scorpio)
May 21st: Gemini ingress