Jupiter and Saturn make major moves in 2020 forming their historic conjunction, which takes place about every 20 years. But this conjunction is extra special because it marks the start of a new roughly 200-year cycle during which Jupiter and Saturn will form conjunctions in the same element: air.
Below is a list of key dates as well as a helpful resource list of our past webinars and lectures on Saturn, Jupiter, and their “Grand” conjunction.
Key Dates for 2020 (EST)
- December 19 : Jupiter enters Aquarius
- December 21 : Jupiter-Saturn Conjunction at 0˚ Aquarius
In this transcript of a lecture given by the late Robert Blaschke, he takes a close look at the social impact of this important alignment in previous cycles and gives effective suggestions for the upcoming 2020 Grand Conjunction air cycle.
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Here are additional resources on Jupiter and Saturn independently of the Jupiter-Saturn Grand Conjunction. Enjoy!