In the Natal Chart
With Jupiter forming a conjunction to Saturn in the birth chart, your tendency to see both the potentials and limits of any given situation has its perks, making you a very reasonable person.
You may have heard of the Great Conjunction, when Jupiter and Saturn appear closest in the sky on December 21, 2020. Now I've seen different reports of what's going to happen during this event, so I thought I'd do this article to clear up some things. First, while major conjunctions occur fairly regularly every 20 years, this one is indeed special.
Jupiter and Saturn, both visible to the naked eye as bright-looking stars, appear to be closest together in the sky since 1623, although not many would have spotted it because it was obscured by the sun. For a similar, visible Grand conjunction, one would have to go back to 1226 to mean that Jupiter and Saturn are merging from our perspective. Even to the naked eye, these two planets will be different bodies.
However, they will be so close that they will both be easily visible through the same telescope at the same time, a top-down view of our solar system during this time so that we can better understand what we are seeing. So the great conjunction is specifically this alignment between Earth, Jupiter and Saturn. It only happens every twenty years because the years of Jupiter and Saturn are simply much longer than ours.
As I mentioned earlier, this Grand Conjunction is special because Jupiter and Saturn will appear very close to each other compared to many earlier times. This happens because, although our planets all orbit along the plane of the solar system, they are not all completely flat on it. Many of the planets have very slightly inclined orbits compared to the others.
Therefore, the major conjunctions sometimes don't seem so spectacular. This time, however, there will be only 6 arc minutes between the planets, one arc minute is 1/60 thof a degree in the sky. In fact, you'd have to wait a long time for all the planets to align just right for Jupiter and Saturn to merge from our perspective, which is known as the occultation - the best estimates are the year 7531.
The last time this would have happened was probably 6856 BC . There is another interesting phenomenon that occurs from time to time called a triple conjunction. From our point of view on earth, the planets do not simply go straight across our skies.
In fact, planets outside of our orbit actually make little loops in the sky. This is due to the speed of our orbit compared to theirs. Keep an eye on the background stars around Jupiter to see how they move in our skies; the planet appears to be slowing down, stopping, and then backing up a bit before continuing on its normal path, so if you're exactly right If you have a major conjunction during a loop, then you have three major conjunctions in a very short time, maybe only over half a year.
The last time it was in 1981. While it won't happen this time, it's just interesting because people are calling this 2020 Grand conjunction 'The Poinsettia' happens relatively closely toChristmas. In connection with this, Johannes Kepler estimated in the 17th century that a triple conjunction was also around 7 BC.
BC and possibly was the star of Bethlehem, as mentioned in the Bible. In fact, Great Conjunctions have been viewed as significant events over the centuries, possibly a good or bad omen. I've never mentioned astrology on this channel before but just for fun I decided to see what you think of this event as astrology is all about the position of planets in the sky.
See this Grand conjunction as a sign, that times will change drastically, since Jupiter and Saturn have nothing in common astrologically, we already had. The last question you might have is where can I see it? Well, fortunately for all of you, this particular celestial phenomenon will be visible all over the planet. Saturn and Jupiter will be visible in the sky about an hour after sunset if you look for them west.
If you can see the moon, there are two bright objects right next to it. You will be low in the sky, however, so plan on getting a high vantage point if you want to watch it or trees or buildings may obscure your view. So there we have everything you could want to know about the 2020 Grand conjunction.
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December 21, 2020
In a period of 20 years, then, Jupiter gains 360 degrees on Saturn (18 x 20 = 360 degrees), therefore lapping the ringed planet once every 20 years. So start watching Jupiter and Saturn now! And mark your calendar for the great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn on December 21, 2020. .
When two celestial objects come together in the sky, it's called a conjunction. Jupiter and Saturn conjunctions happen every 20 years. Jupiter appears as a bright star, while Saturn is slightly less-bright with a yellow hue. Each day they drifted closer together until 21 December, when they almost appeared to touch. .
In this way, this conjunction of Guru and Shani will show its effect on the lives of natives of all zodiac signs. Due to this planet coming back to Capricorn on November 20, 2020, this conjunction will again come into effect. Thus, Jupiter and Saturn are reuniting in Capricorn after about 59 years. .
For the last 200 years, Jupiter and Saturn have been aligning in the earth signs, but this changes on 21st December 2020 where it aligns to the air sign of Aquarius at zero degrees. This brings about change with extra significance on the zero representing infinite potential for mankind, the way we view and interact.
The planets are neither set to collide nor be ejected from the Solar System for a few billion years about 10,000,000,000 but neither can their orbits be perfectly predicted. Disruptions can come from events such as galactic tidal forces, asteroids, and stars passing near our system. .
In fact, this is what scientists have been searching for lately, and was proven through modern discoveries thanks to chemistry; the sky can rain diamonds on Saturn and Jupiter. .
Look for the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction low in the western sky for about an hour after sunset. In the San Francisco Bay Area, sunset Monday is around 4:50 p.m. Though the planets reach their closest point on Monday, good viewing of the phenomenon will continue for the rest of the week. .
Saturn will enter Aquarius for the first time in decades on December 17, and Jupiter will follow two days later so on December 21, when they align at zero degrees of Aquarius to form the Great Conjunction 2020, it's a big deal. .
Being the slowest moving planets both Jupiter & Saturn get conjunct once in 19years or so.This conjunction can give ethical approach, punctual life style in a person if well placed as per sign and house.
The next 20 years of an astrological life cycle begins as Jupiter conjuncts Saturn on December 21, 2020, at one degree Aquarius. Here's what the Jupiter/Saturn conjunction means in different houses of the astrology chart:
Though Saturn is not an ambitious planet, but when with Mercury it makes a person so ambitious but little delayed achievement cause of Saturn’s slow moves. This is not a favourable conjunction for higher education or studies if not in positive houses or Horoscope is not supported by other good yogas for higher education.