Apologies. Every Friday from September 2019 forwards, there will be a blank space on this website where your daily horoscope should be. I hope you understand. I am joining people around the world on Climate Strike as part of Fridays For Future. I’d love you to join me every Friday by doing something – anything – to help.
Instead of writing your Friday horoscope, I am going to donate a food tree to koala bears in Australia who have been burned in the dreadful bush fires made worse by Climate Emergency. Your zodiac sign will have a sponsored koala tree every Friday instead of your daily astrology column. I know you will understand!
You can see an amazing video from Koala Hospital Australia here. This is orphan Jimmy. I love their work.
The Astrology Behind Climate Emergency
British Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, was the first world-famous politician to warn other leaders about climate change, around 30 years ago. She specifically mentioned coal as part of the problem, to the United Nations. Since then, our Prime Ministers and Presidents have failed to act, which is why people power is taking over. Are you with us?
The fact is, the astrology was also calling the melting of Antarctica and the Arctic decades ago as well. Our oceans are heating. The temperatures are going up.
Even if you just have a basic grasp of astrology you will know that Neptune rules flooding and Pisces rules fish. Pisces is also ruled by water – it is a water sign. So what happens when Neptune is in Pisces followed by Pluto? We need to act now to minimise the catastrophe.
Extreme Pisces Weather Warnings
We are moving towards extreme Pisces weather with Neptune there, followed by Pluto ahead. A water sign, ruled by Neptune itself (the ocean, floods, rainfall) associated with fish (falling numbers of fish in particular).
We already saw more floods in the USA in 2016 than any other year on record. This is intense Pisces climate change in astrology. This is not a drill.
How Extinction Rebellion is Only Going to Grow…Bigger
Pictured from (Unsplash) the Extinction Rebellion protests in London, October 2019. Authors I’ve worked with over the years also took part. Did you know someone involved? There were so many people, I think most of us did! (Or maybe you were there).
This is the extreme, ‘disobedient’ end of the new people power movement to save the planet, as we go into the New Age of Aquarius, which begins in December 2020.
People Power and Global Protest is Back
This will be huge in 2021 and beyond. Jupiter and Saturn move into Aquarius, the sign of global community, diversity, equality and one-world thinking then. Pluto in Aquarius follows in 2023.
The last time we saw a cycle like this, the French Revolution changed the world. You may love or hate Extinction Rebellion but just like the French revolutionaries, they are here to stay. Nobody will lose their heads this time but in 2021, politicians, millionaires and corporate bosses will lose their jobs. Seems unlikely? Well, Marie Antoinette probably thought the guillotine was unlikely. This is exactly the same cycle and it’s coming closer.
How Hurricane Sandy Started Neptune In Pisces
Hurricane Sandy kicked off the Neptune in Pisces cycle in 2012 and by all the laws of astrology, there are more hurricanes, tsunamis and floods to come. This cycle will be followed by Pluto in Pisces. Neptune literally rules the ocean, rivers and flooding. The sea. Pisces is literally about fish. Pluto rules earthquakes and deep earth changes.
Pluto in Pisces is also about water wars. The road to war is lined with Pluto, found in the year 1930. In Pisces from 2043, this translates as ‘water wars’. And ‘fishing wars.’ You can’t prevent power struggles and battles for control over fish and water when Pluto goes into Pisces. You can only limit them by exercising damage control before the cycle comes around. That is what astrology is for.
Neptune in Pisces – Followed by Pluto in Pisces
This is how these cycles look and why astrologers are so concerned. First, we have Neptune in Pisces and flooding.
Then, we have a break – as the panicking political world likely gets the problem under control from 2023 to 2043 as voters finally put responsible leaders in charge.
Yet, even then, there is still trouble ahead. Pluto in Pisces 2043 beyond the landmark year 2050 is a huge warning, and that’s right in the window that scientists are worried about. The movements of the planets through the signs, in this ancient business of astrology, are actually chiming with the same timeframe that science is suggesting.
Astrology Gets Behind the Science
NASA does astronomy, not astrology, but both agree here.
“Global sea level rose about 8 inches in the last century. The rate in the last two decades, however, is nearly double that of the last century.”
These are powerful, difficult truths. And the astrology is also telling us the truth. This is extreme Pisces weather, beginning with Neptune, then Saturn, and escalating with the North Node and Pluto – over the same timeframe that worries science so much.
Neptune in Pisces April 5th, 2011 to January 27th, 2026
This is where our problems began! April 5th, 2011. The first day of the cycle.
It’s common for the start of a new Pisces cycle to coincide with dramatic flooding. This happened in $2 billion worth of damage in Queensland, Australia, back in April 2011, as Neptune slid into Pisces and Down Under was the first country to wake up.
We began with Jupiter and Uranus in Pisces. A double whammy. In fact, when we look back at January 2011 when Queensland submerged – we find the Moon in Pisces, at the same time as an exact conjunction (line-up) between Jupiter and Uranus. They both made patterns nobody has seen, before or since.
The Jupiter-Uranus in Pisces Conjunction and the Queensland Floods, January 2011
Jupiter 26 Pisces conjunct Uranus 26 Pisces. Now, that was an invitation to Australia to tackle climate change and take strong action before it approached 2019 emergency levels. Australia didn’t take it.
The whole point of horoscopes is to show you a future you don’t want, so you can set about getting a future you do want. We use history to tell us the truth in astrology, then become proactive.
So, just to repeat: more Pisces weather is coming – we’ll flood at manageable or catastrophic levels – depending on what happens now. What you do, and what I do too.
From China to Texas – Pisces Weather Flooding in History
Let’s talk about rare Pisces weather in history and what happened, and why so many astrologers are so confronted by their forecasts.
Begin with the St. Patrick’s Day Flood of 1936 (Saturn in Pisces). The devastating 1931 China floods (North Node in Pisces). The Texas flood of 1998 (Jupiter in Pisces, South Node in Pisces, Ceres in Pisces).
In the 1931 China floods, seven different storms helped burst rivers, flooding land the size of England. As the Node moved into Pisces at the end of the year, though, it was the cholera, typhoid and dysentery which killed. Neptune in Pisces is also a symbol of water supply disaster, just as it symbolises actual flooding.
Where We’re At Now – Neptune in Pisces
Neptune entered Pisces on April 5th, 2011, moved back to Aquarius on August 6th, 2011, then back into Pisces on February 4th, 2012. Ever since 2011-2012 we have been suffering hotter summers and melting ice in Antarctica and the Arctic. Plastic has been creeping into the oceans, and into fish. This is typical of the planet Neptune in the sign of Pisces.
Dennis Elwell – Astrology Predictions From 1987
The Cosmic Loom: The New Science of Astrology (Unwin Hyman) was an instant classic when Dennis Elwell published it, back in 1987. Remember, this is before Greta Thunberg was even born.
“Neptune scorns physical boundaries: it pervades, it creates a climate.” Elwell wrote about “typically Neptune direction of weakening the boundaries set by the hierarchical stratification of society.”
This is Extinction Rebellion, with European royalty (Princess Esmerelda) and Hollywood royalty (Jane Fonda) taking their place alongside hippies in their bras and pants in the streets of Australia. The boundaries are dissolving, along with the usual sea level statistics.
What 1927 Tells Us About the Twenties Now
Let’s get real about climate emergency because few men in leadership are – particularly in China and the United States.
In the Spring of 1927, when Uranus and Jupiter were both in Pisces and we saw Mercury Retrograde in Pisces too – the worst flood in the history of the United States at that time occurred. Seven states went under as the Mississippi River broke and 16 million acres vanished. There were one million evacuees.
You can’t stop flooding of a planet-changing nature when we have slow-moving outer planets, joining other phenomena like Mercury Retrograde, in Pisces. What is most empowering, is that this same cycle tells us – we can minimise the harm and reduce the impact by acting early to prevent bigger disasters. We do that by joining together using Twitter or our mobile phones to mobilise.
That’s astrology. As we slip in and out of this Aquarius-Pisces weather over the next five decades, it’s about climate crisis, but also people power, across all boundaries. Age. Class. Nationality. Race. Gender.
What the Psychics Know About Climate Crisis
I was emailing my friend and colleague Kyra Oser about this a few months ago and as pro psychics we both reached the same conclusion at the same time.
What we were seeing, as far ahead as the year 2050, was so dreadful – we had to act. We had to strike. We had to fast. Whatever it took. You know, I have a beach house in Australia, just steps from the sea. I’m taking this personally. Kyra had to move from Los Angeles to Canada just to escape unbearable heat in summer’s rising temperatures. She’s taking it personally, too.
Our combined vision of the future, though, is about all of us. We will burn up every summer and see disastrous floods, losing one species after another, until politicians, Presidents and Prime Ministers stop denying the science.
Saturn and Chiron in Pisces in Italy 1966
How bad will it get unless those in power get real? Try Italy 1966.
When you have two slow-moving horoscope objects both in Pisces, you end up with the disaster of that year, when a devastating flood sent 18 billion gallons of sludge pouring into Florence. 1.5 million books were left submerged in the Biblioteca Nazional, alone.
This was the 1966 Flood of the Arno, when on 4th November 1966, 101 people died, and millions of art masterpieces were lost. On that day, we saw a rare and fateful pattern. Chiron at 22 Pisces just one degree away from Saturn at 23 Pisces. Uranus was opposite at 23 Virgo. In astrology, these complex aspects or patterns, are a big red light. Venice also flooded in 1966.
World Flood, Storm and Tsunami Risks in 2025
We need to be mindful of the Northern Hemisphere Spring and Southern Hemisphere Autumn of 2025 as a major risk. Why? The North Node is in Pisces. Mercury Retrograde is in Pisces. The Sun is in Pisces. The March 14th Eclipse is in Pisces. Ceres is in Pisces. Saturn is in Pisces. Neptune is in Pisces.
As a media astrologer, working for magazines as diverse as Family Circle USA and GQ in Great Britain, it’s my job to predict the news headlines before they happen.
March 14th, 2025, and Climate Disaster Risk
It gives me no pleasure at all to predict that within days or weeks of March 14th, 2025, the world will risk some of the most catastrophic floods, storms and tsunamis in decades with rising sea levels and melting ice in Antarctica and the Arctic.
The difference between risk and reality, and limited damage, and dreadful damage – is you. And me. And all of us. Spring 2025 can be a manageable issue, or out of control. Nobody has ever seen that line-up in Pisces, ruled by Neptune, in their lifetime.
Neptune in Pisces Until 2025 – What to Do
Here’s what some of my readers tell me they are doing, on Twitter. Stopping work on Fridays; fasting on Fridays; refusing to shop on Fridays; planting flowers, herbs or trees on Fridays; donating the price of a coffee, every Friday, to environmental organisations – I’m sure you have your own way of acting. But do it next Friday. Please.
The Clock is Ticking Until January 2026
Neptune will leave Pisces in slow stages, just as he began. Neptune in Pisces departs the sign of fish, fishing and the oceans – on March 31st, 2025 to go into Aries, then moves back into Pisces on October 23rd, 2025. Neptune in Pisces ends for good on January 27th, 2026, and by then enormous damage may have been done.
Why 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026 is Serious
The end of the cycle is serious. Saturn (reality checks and hard lessons) moves into Pisces on March 8th 2023 and ploughs through the sign of water, oceans and sea levels until May 25th, 2025, returning briefly to Pisces between September 2nd 2025 and February 14th, 2026.
Between 2023 and 2026, when Saturn is in Pisces alongside Neptune, in its last stages, hard evidence of climate emergency, will show up in severe and catastrophic flooding. How many meters depends on how much we take control now.
How Astrologers Warned Us in 2012
We’ve had years of warnings!
Lisa Mendes at Astroinsights was writing about trouble ahead, way back on December 17th, 2013. She referenced Neptune in Pisces alongside tidal surges in Great Britain, storms, mini-tsunamis and seaside town evacuation. She was not alone. The well-known astrologer Astrobarry was also making predictions like this.
August 28th, 2012: “Our sea-levels are rising…as I write this, Tropical Storm Isaac is gathering strength in the Gulf of Mexico…I associate Neptune in Pisces (2011-2025) with the impending climate-change and sea-level-rise, not only because of the obvious influence of a watery planet in the water-sign of its modern rulership… but also due to its archetypal symbolism of that which interconnects us all…”
The Good News
The good news is, ‘that which interconnects us all’ is also going to save us. Get behind the science, the astrology and get behind #FridaysForFuture. Plant a flower, herb or tree every Friday. And if you can’t, donate $10 and have an organisation plant it for you.
What the History Books Tell Us About Pisces Weather
What happened when Neptune was in Pisces from April 27th, 1847? He moved out slowly, returning to Pisces on October 2nd, 1861, then finally shifting for good on February 15th, 1862. At the very end, he did his worst.
The Great Flood of 1862 was the largest flood in the recorded history of California, Nevada and Oregon. It began in December 1861, right at the fade-out of the cycle. California nearly went bankrupt. It’s still the worst disaster in the state’s history.
Jamaica Sinks on Pisces Weather
Neptune entered Pisces on March 4th, 1684, slid back to Aquarius on September 15th, 1684, then went into Pisces for a long stay: from January 3rd, 1685 until March 2nd, 1698.
The 1692 Jamaica earthquake caused most of the city to sink below sea level. We are back in that cycle.
How Pisces Cycles Invented Refugees
We’re hearing a lot about climate refugees – people escaping from unbearable high temperatures or catastrophic flooding. We’ve been here before on the same cycles.
Back on a previous Pisces cycle it was all about political and religious refugees. Such a flood of new French immigrants washed onto British shores in the 1680s by ship, that a new word came into the English language at the time to describe them: ‘rés ‘ or refugees. Forty or fifty thousand crossed the Channel while Louis XIV sat on the French throne (1660-1714).
Pisces Weather and the Deadliest Cyclone in History
When we see slow-moving outer planet or Node transits in Pisces (the Nodes take 19 years to come back to one sign) we find historic floods and storms and storm surges.
In 1970, the North Node moved through Pisces. The 1970 Bhola cyclone was a devastating tropical cyclone that struck East Pakistan and India’s West Bengal on November 3rd, 1970.
It remains the deadliest tropical cyclone ever recorded and one of the deadliest natural disasters. At least 500,000 people lost their lives in the storm surge.
Pluto in Pisces and the Climate Crisis of 1815-1817
Pluto entered Pisces on February 18th 1798, moved back into Aquarius on September 29th 1798, then forwards into Pisces for many years, from December 27th 1798 until April 16th 1822.
Pluto shifted to Aries on April 16th, mostly ending the cycle, but back into Pisces again on September 20th 1822 until finally going out of that sign for good, from March 4th 1823.
Catastrophe struck on this cycle during the Climate Crisis of 1815-1817 and as History Extra records, it was one of the six most catastrophic weather events in British history.
Using Neptune in Pisces to Save the Future Today
Astrology is here to motivate you to act so you can prevent worst-case scenarios from coming to pass. So, act! These people are great motivators and they use Twitter regularly so you can stay updated about how the world movement is going.
As Dennis Elwell pointed out some 30 years ago, Neptune is as much about losing the usual boundaries that separate us, as it is about flooding. “Neptune is a planet of empathy, especially with the helpless, the suffering, the underdogs,” he wrote.
Neptune in Pisces is about losing the boundaries that separate one soul from another so that we can put ourselves in the shoes of the poorest people in the world, where climate crisis is deadly.
So follow @jessicacadams on Twitter if you are not already there – and you’ll often see me retweeting these amazing activists:
- Nobel Prize nominee Greta Thunberg from Sweden.
- Kyra Oser, my colleague and professional psychic, in Canada.
- Leah Namugerwa in Uganda.
- Author, naturalist and activist Dara McAnulty from Ireland.
#RenewableEnergy #Energy #Future #EndCoal #ClimateAction #ClimateCrisis #ClimateEmergency #FridayForFuture #ExtinctionRebellion #Carbon #Pollution
And Most of All…
Trees work! Science backs tree planting (even just one tree, per person, every Friday) as an excellent, instant, short-term fix for the climate emergency. Let’s target billions of new trees.
You can help with koala food trees in Australia, or globally – donate to the Eden Reforestation Project at which employs local people to plant millions of trees in poorer areas of the world, creating jobs but also saving planet. I hope one day your Friday stars will be back.