Very Powerful Astrology December 2020 – March 2021

The astrology of the next three months is a sequence of incredibly rare astronomical events that have not happened in centuries. We are in the grand finale of an already over-the-top year, and the end game is in play.

This tight a conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn hasn’t happened since 1623, and even then, when they came into their exact alignment, they were too far on the other side of the Sun, from the Earth’s perspective, to be seen.

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Must See “Great Conjunction” of Jupiter and Saturn Exact on Solstice!

The once-in-twenty-year Jupiter-Saturn conjunction is moving towards exactitude on the winter solstice (December 21st). They are currently 1.25 degrees from exact and getting tighter every night. In this video I encourage everyone to get out and view the alignment and talk about its meaning from an astrological perspective.

What’s unique about this particular conjunction (besides the addition of Pluto making it a very rare triple conjunction, which won’t happen again this precisely for a thousand years), the declination of Jupiter and Saturn are bringing them so close together (within 0.1 degrees) that they may appear to be a single bright “star” when exact in the days around the 21st. They have not been this close since 1623, and they won’t be this close again for another 60 years, three Jupiter-Saturn cycles from now.

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Waking Up in San Francisco to the Season of Mars

I woke up in San Francisco yesterday to the season of Mars. Due to the massive fires in California and Oregon, a very rare meteorological phenomenon brought ashes and smoke into the currents of the high atmosphere and blocked out the light of the Sun, leaving an eerie orange/red sky. The birds were silent and the city lights were tricked into thinking it was nighttime, and the sky looked the way the movies portray the skies of Mars.

A few hours after I recorded this, Mars went retrograde and began seeming to go backwards from our perspective against the backdrop of the constellations. This occurs every couple of years when the Earth moves into its closest proximity to the red planet, and when we send out our probes and rovers on rockets, as we have been doing in recent months. As a planet, we are making a Mars flyby, and receiving the Martian frequencies right to our core.

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