For months, even years, astrologers have been dreading the upcoming Saturn-Pluto conjunction in Capricorn, which will be exact on January 12th, 2020, at 22'46 degrees.
For the most part, people have always been doubtful of astrology, even scientists refer to it as a pseudoscience. However, some people are very fond of the study of celestial bodies’ movements that predicts your major life-events in the forwarded future. In this article, I'm going to look at astrology in a scientific way, and give as much information as possible so you, as the reader can make decisions for your own and not get tricked by mediums, psychics and such.
On December 26th, 2019, there was a New Moon Solar Eclipse at about 4'06 degrees Capricorn. Because this Eclipse is so close to both New Years Eve and the Winter Solstice, I think it's energy is a good preview for the themes of the year ahead.
The moon is our most direct connection to natural magic. She’s been honored as a source of power and life for countless generations. For eons her luminescent face has inspired thousands of cultural traditions, folk stories and pagan rituals.
The Sun in a birth chart represents ones ego and strength. It is at the heart and centre of the solar system, and is usually the Astrological body that people are most familiar with. The Sun in our birth charts are associated with self-identity and our soul path. It also provides some form of direction as to where we are headed in life and the general strengths/weaknesses that guide us there. Our Sun sign is our inner motivation. It shines light on the ways that we view life and our expectations from it. Tropical Sagittarius season starts on the 23rd November and lasts until the 22nd December.
Do you know what your birth chart says? Or, do you even know what a birth chart is? Your birth chart is based off of the time, location, and date of your birth. At the time when you were born, every planet and star and thing up there in the universe was in a specific place. Doesn't seem like it matters, but it absolutely does. Your birth chart displays where all those planets and stuff were, and this contributes to the magic that is your personality.
There's been quite a bit of buzz in the astro community about Jupiter shifting from Sagittarius to Capricorn. Sagittarius being a fire sign, AND mutable, means that the energy is headstrong, aloof, and brash.
On Thursday, December 12th, 2019, at approximately 12:12 AM EST (or in other words, just a little after midnight on the night of Wednesday, December 11th), we will have a Full Moon at 19'51 degrees Gemini, sign of the twins. Those of you who are into numerology might think it should be significant that we should have a Full Moon at 12:12 on 12/12. This Full Moon is an especially major one because it's the last of the year, before the Solar Eclipse on December 26th. Here's what to expect.
Have you ever stopped to ponder the Universe? It’s overwhelming, really. One billion trillion stars, thirty billion planets, ten billion galaxies; and then there is me. One speck of dust in this great big cosmos. Today I found myself laying under the Colorado sky. Staring at the darkness as the stars blinked back at me and the moonlight kissed my cheeks goodnight. At three AM everyone in my little town of Erie had long been asleep. I looked to my left and there sat my dog Jax, he would have rather been asleep. Yet he sat with me under that clear night sky as I lost track of time and my restless mind jumped from one thought to another.
On Monday, December 2nd, 2019, Jupiter left its ruling sign of Sagittarius where it had been since November 8th, 2018, and entered the sign of Capricorn, where it will stay until December 19th, 2020. Here's how you can expect it to affect your sign!