2020 Astrological Calendars

As we move towards the turning of the year and all of the unfolding planetary storylines, it seems like a good moment to round up some astrological calendars.

This blog idea was also precipitated by the news that a popular calendar — Jim Maynard’s Celestial Calendars — will not be available for 2020, but hopefully return for 2021. (From the website: “We are hoping to have another publisher lined up to take over the Celestial Calendars for the 2021s.”)

In the mean time, you can download the first four months of 2020 (either Eastern or Pacific time) for free here.

 

Another long-loved calendar, We’Moon: Gaia Rhythms for Womyn is in its 39th year of production. “The datebook presents a comprehensive introduction to astrology; to Sun, Moon and Earth cycles; and the seasonal Holy Days.”

A collaborative effort, there are over 250 articles by different astrologers, with art and poetry accompanying the astrological information. The datebooks are available in spiral binding in English or Spanish, paperback binding, and loose-leafed. ($21.95) There is also a wall calendar ($16.95). The datebook is in Pacific Time with all the time zone conversions across the world for easy reference.

We’Moon’s 2020 theme: “Wake Up Call sets out to wake us, sometimes gently, sometimes with alarm, to our peril and our opportunities. This call summons and inspires us for the deepest, most loving rescue work we can imagine. We urgently seek new possibilities for healing Earth and mending humanity. Goddess-sight is here. 2020—Clear Vision.”

 

Creative Cronies Astrological Moon Calendar & Moon Diary are Southern hemisphere based — produced in New Zealand and in existence for 42 years. The 2020 Moon Calendars feature astrological guidance for the year, Sun sign predictions, monthly forecasts, Moon phases, sign changes, eclipse details, gardening and fishing guides and Mayan Calendar Ninth Wave Spiritual Days and Nights. (NZ $27)

The spiral-bound Moon Diary has similar content along with New Moon maps and interpretations, daily oracles (based on Moon signs and planetary aspects). (NZ $35) Both versions have colorful original artwork. “Our 2020 theme, Weaving New Cosmic Contracts, explores how each Zodiac Sign expresses Self through our physical bodies and links this to where and how our natural inclinations might be most useful in our rapidly changing physical world.”

 

Long time astrologers Ralph and Lahini De Amicis have a Planetary Calendar Day Planner (for Pacific Time) with much astrological detail. There are New and Full Moon charts, daily forecasts, Sun sign guidance times to the lunations, month (and week) at a glance, planetary and lunar aspects, lunation meditations, ephemeris, information about essential oils, spaces for notes and appointments and more. There is a wall calendar (in three sizes, $18 and $20); the 218-page day planner ($27), and a digital version ($12). See the website for lots of graphics from the products.

 

Michele Finey of Celestial Insights has an Astrology Calendar that is packed with information. Timed for Australia, it is available as a wall calendar ($25) or as a PDF for download ($12). It includes planetary positions, lunar perigees and Supermoons, monthly analysis of key events (with advice and guidance), global cycles and trends for 2020, equinox and solstice charts (with Chiron, asteroids and Eris), as well as a beginner section and original images of Australia. Designed for beginners as well as professionals, it is both easy to read and detailed. A feature that is different from other calendars: There are no glyphs in the monthly pages, the data is written out — e.g., for July 12: “Chiron SR 09AR26 Mercury SD 05CN29.”

 

Llewellyn: New World’s of Body, Mind & Spirit Since 1901 has calendars in many related subjects — e.g., magic, tarot, alchemy — but the astrology section has three primary offerings. The 2020 Astrological Calendar (Eastern Time) has monthly artwork and horoscopes, days for planting and fishing, rewarding and difficult days, travel advice, an astrology beginner’s primer and major daily aspects. ($15.99)
The 2020 Daily Planetary Guide ($12.99) is a datebook format with weekly forecasts, daily aspects, ephemerides, retrograde planets, eclipses, and “Opportunity Periods— times when the positive flow of energy is at its peak.” The 2020 Astrological Pocket Planner (4”X 6”) has a daily ephemeris and aspectarian. ($9.99) (According to the website, this product is not yet in stock.)
See the website for details on the 2020 Moon Sign Book and 2020 Sun Sign Book.

 

Astrid Fallon has created her products for a number of years; she is a very skillful interpretor of the astronomical basis of astrology which informs her products. (She gave a webinar on Declination Matters, OOB and 3D Astrology this past weekend for ISAR.) Astrid produces the Astro Agenda (a diary) and the annual Rainbow Ephemeris. The diary is easy to carry it is 68 pages, bound with staples. It is available in French or English; the cover is in French as that is the only part produced by a professional printer. She does the printing and stabling pages herself! Astrid mails her products internationally; there are no digital editions. Here is a sample page from the ephemeris where you can see her very colorful work which is replete with astrological/astronomical data: daily ephemeris, the Black Moon, declinations, Moon Apogee and Perigee, and much more.

And, here is the 2020 Astro Diary (in English).

 

A web search uncovered calendars that I have not seen, here are a few that I found.

Phaedra Mitchell of Mystick Physick has a day planner designed for ease of use: “Our Ultimate Astrological Day Planner is the ONLY full size monthly planner that you don’t need to be a professional astrologer to use.” It is available in sidereal (Fagan-Bradley) or tropical zodiacs and is color-coded for “the best days for love, business & good luck through January 2021.” The user can choose a cover design and there is also a downloadable PDF version. ($24.99 – $59.99)
Although the planner on the website is created for Eastern Time, Phaedra will customize in your choice of time zone (for an additional $9.99). In an email she wrote: “… for folks who are interested in that feature I recommend reaching out to me directly and we can make it happen.”
There are other products at Mystick Physick, including a Planetary Observation Journal for noting transits and creating a personal astrological journal.

 

Magic of I has a 2020 Astrological Planner ($45); a pocket-sized planner ($30) and other products, i.e., stickers, Moon phase poster and journal.The planner looks beautifully produced in black or white “lush silk touch” vegan leather, with an aim of 100% recycled materials for the 256 pages. “We avoid mass printing in China and focus on small, high quality print runs. We print in Europe using highly skilled artisans and an amazing production team who are continually evolving with us.”

The planners are available for the Northern Hemisphere PST (GMT-8) or Southern Hemisphere AEST (GMT+10), and includes lots of astrological features. “The 2020 Astrological Planner is a powerful tool for creating magic and living in alignment with the cosmos. You do not need to know astrology to own this planner, but it is suitable for beginner to advanced astrologers.”

This is a start, I know there are others out there. Please let us know of any 2020 calendars that you’ve used and I have overlooked. Thank you. Have a good Scorpio New Moon week everyone.

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  • Nicholas Polimenakos says:

    Out of Portland, Oregon. https://honeycomb.co/ They also have a pocket ephemeris and calendars for next year. Soon to be available in November.

  • Thank you Mary for this inclusive list of calendars…just when I was beginning to look! I always appreciate how you access the larger stream of consciousness in your blogs for TMA readers.

  • Aloha Mary,
    Thank you so much for astrology calendar info. Your post is syncronistic as I just started looking for another calendar. I am most reassured by your saying Jim Maynard’s Celestial Calendar may return in 2021. I sure hope so!!! Celestial Calendar was the perfect calendar. Nothing like it on market. Smart move for whoever takes it over!! Mahalo Jane

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    I am so bummed not to have the 2020 Celestial Influences calendar. I have been using it for almost thirty-five years. It is/was perfect.

    Here’s hoping for 2021!

  • There must be some replacement for Maynard’s calendar.
    I’ve been buying it for decades and nothing else comes close(I’m being gracious here).

    • Suzann Gage says:

      Sigh! my sentiments exactly! I have used other astrology calendars but I always go back to Maynards which I have used for many years. All due respect to other calendars, I look forward to Maynard’s in 2021 an in the meantime will look to the other’s listed. Thanks, for the heads up to Mary Plumb.

  • Jerel Crosland says:

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  • The first four months of 2020 are in the side-bar to the right. The side-bar will not show if your browser is set too narrow as happens with narrow displays.

    Of course, if you have the 2019 Celestial Influences (wall calendar) it already includes the first four months of 2020. The Pocket Astrologer has January and February 2020.

  • I have published a 2020 astrology calendar for your desktop schedule and mobile devices. https://mollysastrologycalendar.com

  • Celestial Influences calendar is the best. I just received a different companies calendar and it is no where near a good as Jim Maynard’s. I hope someone continues his calendar.

    Many blessings to Jim and hopefully a joyous retirement.

    Eileen Cole
    New York

  • Hi Mary! I really appreciate this post. After finding out about Celestial Influences and Jim Maynard’s retirement last Fall, I purchased a couple of the planners you mentioned (and one that you didn’t mention).

    I started writing a comment here with my experiences with them and it ended up being such a long comment, so I deleted it and wrote about the topic at length on my blog because I didn’t want this to get so long. You’ll see if you decide to read it, I get into the details and added photos too: https://www.divinemuses.net/divinemusings/astrology-calendars-planners-for-2020

    I’ll quickly summarize it here:

    I’m in PST and am so used to Celestial Influences calendar that I really wanted to work with a PST calendar if possible.

    If I had to choose one, I’d pick Llewellen’s 2020 Daily Planetary Guide. It is on cheap paper and has a dull design, but it has all the astro information I need (It’s timed to EST and PST.) Information is on the weekly diary pages, and there’s no month-at-a-glance…another mark against it, but still my one choice if I had to pick one.

    Astrocal’s Astro Moon Diary is a close second! It’s a beautiful little diary with all the info in EST. But Daily Planetary Guide had a slight edge for me. But others might prefer this Astro Moon Diary, especially if the timezone and small size of it doesn’t matter.

    The Magic of I is in PST, as you said, but, IMO, it really isn’t for the professional astrologer since the planetary aspects don’t have times. I still have to use the Daily Planetary Guide along with this journal to get all the information I need. Lunations are timed on a page before the month starts and VOCs are timed too, but the planetary aspects are not. I go into more details about this in my post.

    We’Moon unfortunately accidentally omitted the VOCs, but they have a work around page where you can fill in the times yourself.

    I’m having to juggle two calendars this year. I saw the DeAmicis offerings when I was looking at them last Fall, but to be honest, their site was difficult for me to navigate. And since there were no photos of their products, I just didn’t order. What I could see in their digital images looked promising. I’m also hoping they will create a planner with spiral binding in the future. I hope someone will share if they got this calendar, as I’d love to see a walkthrough.

    Happy New Year!

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