The Jupiter-Saturn zeitgeist conjunction in the first degree of Aquarius occurred on the day of the Winter Solstice of Monday 21 December 2020 at 6:22pm GMT/UT. Apart from the symbolic significance of coming together on the Winter Solstice, this was the closest they have been in latitude for many centuries, appearing to the naked eye as a single star on the day of conjunction. The last time they joined in Aquarius was in 1405. What a privilege to have seen them now!

In our online celebration of the conjunction, we featured the classic New Age song Woodstock, as well as a notably Aquarian rendition from The Boomers: Let’s Stick Together (By Keeping Apart). Streaming from YouTube via Zoom didn’t work well, so if you’d like to hear it, here is the link – https://youtu.be/JedX3yGdDR0