The Great Conjunction of December 21, 2020

At the December solstice of this year, there will be a conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn. This is known as a Great Conjunction.

Great Conjunctions happen every 20 years or so and always mark great changes. This one marks an even bigger change, beginning a new 200 year era.

The events of 2020 have been leading up to and preparing us for this Great Conjunction.

In the video below, I discuss this Great Conjunction in historical context and my thoughts as to what it will mean.

5 thoughts on “The Great Conjunction of December 21, 2020

  1. I came across this website literally by googleing “Is there hope for 2021” 🙂
    I found it 🙂
    I am not so “in love” with the horoscope but I do believe in astrology, especially when it is presented and described like this.
    Your blog and this video actually helped me in coping with panic attacks caused by incoming future (because I only see some pretty ugly history repeating now…)

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment!

      Oh, I am so glad that what I wrote could be of some help in giving you some hope.

      I truly believe that there is hope for 2021 and the future, and I am gratified that I was able to communicate that hope.

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  2. Love your calm voice.
    What happened between 392 and 432AD? Was there one in around 412? I’m not an astrologer but I find it all fascinating.
    Thankyou for your work.

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    1. Thank you so much for your comment. Oh did I miss one? Yes, there was one around 412. Actually, there was a triple conjunction that year because of retrograde. The first one of the three occurred on Aug. 29, 411, and was in Gemini.

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