The Moon in fiery Aries directly separates the square of Pluto. The people are whipped into anger by their Shadow President. Void-of-course the Moon has nowhere to go. Crossing into Taurus she becomes powerful by exaltation, enters the orb of Mars and Uranus and reclaims that which was stolen. At least, that was the plan…
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
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