This year in 2020 we draw the line between our life up until this year and our life yet to come. The great sacred cycles of Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto set this in motion.
Jupiter is the grace of expansion, knowledge which begets wisdom, faith, belief, and growth. Jupiter is the cosmic Santa who gives gifts to the Solar sect born and challenges to the Lunar sect born. Saturn delineates the line as the Guardian of the Threshold. Saturn is the last planet that can be seen with the naked eye and thus represents represents structure, boundaries and restrictions. Pluto is power that transforms in the cycle of life, birth/death/rebirth. Pluto represents the intensification of evolution and shedding of what no longer serves, in order to be renewed.
On January 12, 2020, Saturn meets Pluto for the first time since 1982/1983. Saturn shows us the patterns of our lives that we have ingrained through habits, good and bad. Pluto amplifies Saturn, setting us on the path to the next iteration of ourselves by separating wheat from chaff and closing out this past, significant chapter of our lives. We’re on the last pages and ending this journal, ready to put it on the shelves and open a fresh new book to write our lives into. Everywhere we find Saturnian bounds and closures all around you and the fresh rumblings of what Pluto has in the Underworld ready to sprout and be renewed.
On December 21, 2020, Jupiter conjoins with Saturn in Aquarius. Jupiter Saturn conjunctions occur every 20 years and every 200 years, conjunctions occur in the same element. In 2020 Jupiter Saturn conjunction will occur in Air for the first time since 1425. The past 200 years we have seen Jupiter Saturn conjoin in Earth from from 1802-2000, from 1603-1802 in Fire, from 1425-1603 in Water, and from 1226-1425 in Air.
On April 4, June 30, and November 12, 2020, Jupiter conjoins with Pluto. Jupiter Pluto conjunctions occur every 13 years. Expansion, growth, optimism meets with power, control and intensity in a cycle at three points of this year. Get down to the essential. Strip to core beliefs for the coming change, which will be revised and then integrated in Capricorn and focused on 23°-25° of that house.
On December 19, 2017, Saturn shifted into Capricorn. Saturn in Capricorn is Cardinal Earth, with the principles of self control and ambition. The elemental energetics are solid, heavy, cold and dry; they separate and sunder. Saturn in Capricorn asks that we pull ourselves up by our bootstraps with the ability rely on our own resources through hard work, discipline and responsibility. What does not serve is cut out, in order to achieve we need to limit and contain.
On March 23, 2020, Saturn shifts into Aquarius for 10 weeks. Saturn gives us a sneak peak of life beyond the line. Saturn in Aquarius is Fixed Air, with the principles of individualism, freedom and fellowship. The elemental energetics are gaseous, light, hot and wet; they coalesce and commingle. Saturn in Aquarius asks that we achieve tangible goals through humanitarian social approval and progressive, future-oriented, inventiveness.
On July 2, 2020, Saturn returns to Capricorn as the cleanup hitter until December 17, 2020. Saturn brings in the runs that you have set up on the bases during his transit in Capricorn.
On December 18, 2020, Saturn ingresses into Aquarius to remain until May 30, 2023. Heavy vs. Light, Cold vs. Hot, Dry vs. Wet: you will feel the change in elemental energetics when the signs shift from Capricorn to Aquarius.
This year you will meet your darkness. Accept it. Bury remains appropriately. Focus on what you need deep down in order to create the foundation for your emerging new self. This will likely hurt but don’t be afraid. Do course corrections as required.
You may need to surrender control should loss come. Stay grounded, do the work, and put into place supports for the new processes. Being peeled away are the not-you constructs of society and clan that claim you should become a doctor, lawyer, chief. The crucible of these great cycles burns that away. What remains will be stripped down to the line, to the truth of your personal alchemy. Now plot your course and implement your path.