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We may be moving away from the dark and intense effects of the Saturn-Pluto conjunction but we are heading into Uranus country – a land of shocks and surprises, ruptures and revelations.

Not a lot of people know this but the Chinese New Year comes in on the second new moon after the winter solstice (21st December) which means the Chinese New Year almost always begins on the new moon in Aquarius. This year, followers of the Chinese Zodiac will be welcoming in the year of the Rat, which, apparently brings the car industry, the high-tech world and the economy into sharp focus. Whether in a good way or a bad way, I cannot be sure.

What I am sure of, however, is that the new moon in Aquarius is precisely square Uranus, which bodes events of an unexpected and unwelcome kind.

You can take your pick from the simmering not-so-gently situations already dominating our news headlines, but during the coming week there’s sure to be something that pops up out of nowhere and takes our breath away.

I’ll be talking about Uranus and Aquarius and more on my new YouTube video due out on the 19th January.

Fasten your seatbelts.