Higher consciousness,  Spiritual Rituals

Once in a lifetime event – the 2020 Great conjunction.

On the 21st December we are going to have two events to inspire and be an energetic changing point for the next year and society as a whole it is thought.

On 21st of December we have the great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, whilst they do get close to each other every 20 years, this year they are separated by less then one degree and the closest they will be in nearly 800 years.

Conjunctions occur as planets orbits bring them into line with each other as they circle our Sun.

As these are outer planets they are believed to have a greater influence energetically on society rather than just individuals. Astrologically speaking Jupiter is said to be the plantar of healing, growth and miracles while Saturn is responsibility, and long term lessons.

Amanda Arnold writing in The Cut advises that “This conjunction is taking place in Aquarius, the sign of innovation, humanitarianism, and independence, where the planets have not met since 1405 — right around the start of the Renaissance. That would be notable on its own, but on top of that, Aquarius is an air sign, which is known to be intellectual, communicative, and idealistic. For the past two centuries, the Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions have mostly taken place in earth signs, which are practical and grounded by nature. Now, going forward for the next 200 years or so, they will only meet in air sign” At this time the planets would have aligned behind the sun and not been visible from earth, the last time the planets were visible from Earth was in 1226. Hopefully this will lead to radical change that benefits rather then restrict humanity. 

In the UK this event can be seen with the naked eye for around an hour after sunset, the planets will appear as a bright star next to or near our moon. After around 6.20pm, depending on your location in the UK, they will disappear under the horizon.

A further guide to witnessing this event can be found here; https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/planets/great-conjunction

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