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Generation Z is defined by birth years from 1997 to 2012. For nearly the exact same set of years, from 1998 to 2021, Neptune was in Aquarius.

Symbolizing the start of a new era, the characteristics of the sign transiting the vernal equinox dominate earth’s collective energy. This move into the Age of Aquarius stands to impact the ways we make and connect with art to the ways we buy and sell it. The Age of Aquarius, in astrology, is either the current or forthcoming astrological age depending on the method of calculation. Astrologers maintain that an astrological age is a product of the earth’s slow precessional rotation and lasts for 2,160 years, on average. 

These ages can flow backward through the astrological signs as the earth’s axis wobbles in a precessional or backward direction through the zodiac. In addition to this movement through the signs, history indicates that the signs opposite the primary signs also have a powerful influence on the architecture of each age.

The Age of Aquarius is a time of expanded consciousness, when we take care of the earth and become more mindful of human rights. It’s a time of more collaboration and higher connections with like-minded and otherwise individuals. Some people might even feel a calling to guide others toward enlightenment.

Aquarians can count on this year for their personal growth. They will finally have the energy, physical and mental strength to make new choices, beneficial for themselves, their future and all humanity.

Neptune is the planet of inspiration. The higher octave of Venus, Neptune brings beauty to a higher, more spiritual level. It also holds sway over dreams, the subconscious, illusions, fantasies and all things magical and enchanting. Neptune intensifies intuition and teaches us to be deeply compassionate.

Neptune in Aquarius is a time to integrate spirituality into our realm of human relationships — to treat others as we wish to be treated and to focus on not what is good for one, but what is good for all.

WE&P by EZorrilla.

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