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April 2022 Astrology Forecast

April 2022 Astrology Forecast

In episode 345 astrologers Chris Brennan, Austin Coppock, and special guest co-host Samuel F. Reynolds look ahead at the astrology of April 2022.

The astrology of April features a Mars-Saturn conjunction in Aquarius, plus Jupiter conjoining Neptune in Pisces.

There is also a New Moon in Aries early in the month on April 1, and a Full Moon in Libra on April 16.

Late in the month there is a solar eclipse in Taurus, although since it occurs on the last day of the month we are going to save most of that discussion for the next forecast.

We open the episode by talking about recent world events and how the astrology has played over the past four weeks since our last forecast.

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

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Auspicious Date for April

The most auspicious astrological date for April is:

🪐 April 26, 2022 at 4:25 AM (Pisces rising) or 10:15 PM (Sagittarius rising).

For more lucky dates in April see our electional astrology podcast!

For good dates later in the year see our 2022 Year Ahead Electional Astrology Report!

Watch the Video Version of This Episode

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A full transcript of this episode is available: Episode 345 transcript

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