Gemini, go out and move around! Your world gets some much-needed humour this month. Up until August 22, the sun is in Leo, your third house of relationships and communication. You thrive during Leo season, darting between gatherings, meetings, and impromptu outings as the natural ruler of the third house. It’s possible for like-minded people to appear out of nowhere, and you might discover some intriguing synergies.
But first, Gemini, do you need to let go of anything? When Mars, Uranus, and the karmic north node make a rare three-way conjunction in Taurus on August 1, your twelfth house of ends and release will be activated. Keep an eye on your emotions because this triggering trio may trigger a lot of previous baggage.
Even the convergence of Uranus and the north node, which last occurred in 2007, is uncommon, let alone the addition of Mars. It’s possible for you to experience a potent spiritual awakening or for someone you believed you could trust to suddenly show their shockingly deceitful true colours. August starts out suddenly in one way or another, and it may involve a quick change that sends your life in a completely different direction. Is a trip or a move on the horizon? You might find yourself adjusting the settings on your GPS for the Aquarius full moon on August 11.
The biggest headline news of this month (for you) comes on August 20, when scorching Mars begins a lengthy seven-month journey through Gemini that will endure until March 25, 2023.
Get ready for your charm, sex appeal, and confidence to soar! Mars normally spends no more than six to seven weeks in any one sign. The active planet will be hosted by you for five times longer than normal because of a retrograde that will occur later in the fall.
You’ll be ready to disconnect on August 22 when the Sun enters Virgo for a month, but Mars is energising your sign, so it could be necessary to take a power nap. Your domestic fourth house is ruled by Virgo, and this is often when you would go offline for a family vacation or stay in for the duration. You’ll be in great demand this year, so you’ll get a “hybrid” vacation at most.