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Rising Woman Special Astrology Report: Jupiter Saturn Conjunction

December 21, 2020 at 10:21am PST @ 0° of Aquarius

Theme: The Great Awakening

On December 21st, 2020 the great benefic, Jupiter and the great malefic, Saturn will conjunct at 0° of Aquarius. (In sidereal astrology this event occurs in the sign of Capricorn.)

This is a historic event for so many reasons, but contrary to popular memes and such out there this may not be the dawning of the age of Aquarius – which is an approximately 2150 year cycle.

There’s no clear agreement when the Age of Aquarius begins. Some astrologers say it happened in the 60’s, others say it’ll happen in 120 years from now. Some say it occurs this December. Truth is, no one can say for sure.

Regardless, the conjunction (when they line up in the same sign at the same degree) of these two massive planets is a BIG cosmic event. It also signifies Saturn’s movement from the sign of Capricorn where it’s been for the almost three years into the sign of Aquarius where it’ll stay until March 2023.

To understand how this event will impact us directly, we have to understand Jupiter and Saturn energies and how they interplay.

Saturn represents rules, regulations, government and the traditional ways of doing this. Saturn constricts and contracts. Jupiter represents blessings, spiritual insights, and new ways of seeing things. It’s expansive and open. There will be a battle between these two planets over the next year as they travel through Aquarius.

Saturn is called “The Lord of Karma” in Vedic astrology. Saturn asks you to be disciplined and take authority over your life. Saturn transits such as this one can give mixed results – for many it feels like a frying pan moment, where we’re shown all the ways we need to step up. Everything can fall apart. For others, Saturn brings rewards for a job well done.

Saturn wants us to grow, evolve and become the owner of our lives. To step up and be responsible for ourselves. If we haven’t done the work, Saturn can come along and test us by breaking everything apart. If we’ve done the work Jupiter can come along and bless us.

This is a big year to focus on our spiritual pursuits, to let go of old rigid ways and to welcome in new insights, new ideas and revolution. What has Saturn been whispering to you? What area of life do you need to clean up and take responsibility for? 

This next year will be a time of huge blessings but not without hard work. We will experience immense expansion and contraction at the same time. Both are needed, both are valuable.

So much depends on your own personal birth chart…

Nothing in astrology can be generalized, so much depends on your own personal chart and placements. Where some may experience big changes around this time, others may not notice much. Like every astrological event, it’s important to understand how it impacts your own personal chart.

The Conjunction impacts these signs the most: 

  • Aquarius Rising Sun or Moon
  • Capricorn Rising, Sun or Moon
  • Pisces Rising Sun or Moon
  • Sagittarius Rising Sun or Moon

Anyone with planets around 27° of Capricorn to 3°of Aquarius will be the most impacted. If you have prominent Jupiter or Saturn placements you will feel this… or if the conjunction occurs on an important part of your chart.

The great awakening will bring much revolution and shift in the collective consciousness over the next year most prominently. Aquarian themes will be highlighted in a profound way until 2023. 

Aquarius is the sign that represents the collective. The people will rebel against old outdated Saturnian forces. This is the time for the people to rise up!

The great Jupiter Saturn conjunction is birthing a new area. There’s so many important reasons why it may well be the biggest cosmic event of our lifetime:

  1. The great conjunction occurs at 0 degrees. In astrology a zero degree point symbolizes new beginnings
  2. The conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter hasn’t occurred in Aquarius since 1623
  3. Saturn and Jupiter are arguably the two most important planets because they are the two largest planets
  4. It also happens on the fixed Star Altair, also known as The Flying Eagle. A star about courage.
  5. The conjunction occurs on the Solstice. The shortest day of the year in some places, where the Sun reaches it’s point furthest from the equator. A day that signals a shift into the light returning once again
  6. It occurs a few days after a MEGA strong total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius.
  7. It’s being called similar to the Star of Bethlehem as the two will create a beautiful bright light we’ve never seen before.


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