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July 2021 Astrology Forecast: Mars ☍ Saturn, Jupiter → Aquarius

July 2021 Astrology Forecast

Episode 309 features our monthly astrological forecast for July 2021, with astrologers Austin Coppock, Chris Brennan, and special guest co-host Jo Gleason.

The month begins with some tense configurations, such as Mars opposing Saturn and squaring Uranus, thus triggering the Saturn-Uranus square that has been ongoing this year.

Later in the month things cool down a bit when Jupiter retrogrades back into Aquarius, and Mars departs from Leo and completes the sign-based aspects with Saturn and Uranus.

Our two lunations this month are a New Moon in Cancer and a Full Moon in Aquarius.

This episode is available on both audio and video versions below.

Astrology Calendar For July 2021

Here is our planetary alignments calendar with the astrology of July:

July 2021 astrology calendar

Auspicious Astrological Date for July

The most auspicious astrological date we could find in July is:

🪐 July 8, 2021, at 10:30 AM, with 13 Virgo rising

There are several other charts for July that are available in our subscription electional astrology podcast.

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8 comments
  • Listening to this Sunday night. Austin, I’ve always laughed at you going rogue at points during a podcast and always wondered what it was that you were lost in during those moments. Tonight I’ve realized how you’re tapped into a lot more than just astrology. I think this is amazing. Also, I thought your Jupiter in Pisces water analogy was crap until it went retrograde and poured flooding our region after a drought. As a Pisces I’m really regretting sending this universally as I’m scared to get judged by you guys as just ‘another person’ but I wanted you to know that I really resonate with a lot that you say. You give me a lot of confidence by just listening to you. Chris too. Kelly too. I appreciate you all. So, thank you.

  • In my natal chart I have Saturn in Virgo opposite Mars in Aries
    And Uranus in cancer square Saturn in Virgo
    And Mars in Aries square Saturn in Virgo
    AC is Capricorn, sun is Pisces
    Should I be alarmed?! Given the T square of July?

  • Hello,

    I’ve been listening to your podcast for a good while having very little knowledge of Astrology. – Felt compelled to relisten to Episode 309, several times and this morning, was suddenly shocked at minute 16 on to about minute 20. – Later I heard you mention that you did the podcast on the 19th. – Today is the 6th day of the post the Champlain Towers collapse. All of your words felt so literal in light of this devastation. – My back history is I just retired from Fire Rescue and Urban Search and Rescue. It was my fire department and my friends who made the first arrival, the rescues, and now continue the brutal work of finding those still missing. – As these days have passed, many of us retirees, especially former Officers, had discussed what the causative factors have been. – I do not have any training in astrology but am deeply curious how so much that was spoken into on this episode feels literal in this instance.

    Thank you for contiously creating such excellent content.

    Jacquie
    Miami, Florida

  • Hi Chris, I really related to Jo’s illustration of Jupiter in Pisces as being like a grandfather giving you a hug and allowing you to cry and release all the pain and grief you’ve been holding on to. I had a moment like that recently. I have a son with a mental illness, and we have been in crisis mode for almost three months. I don’t cry much (Capricorn Sun) and tend to be pretty stoic about things. Recently I watched a movie, “One Night in Miami”, and at the end Leslie Odom, Jr. who played Sam Cooke sang a song called “Change is Coming” or something like that. I was so moved by it that I started to cry, and then I felt all the pain and grief of my son’s illness, and I just sobbed and sobbed. It doesn’t happen very often, but it was a great relief.