What’s So Great About A Great Mutation?
The International Society for Astrological Research asked me to write a piece explaining why it chose the December 21, 2020 Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in Aquarius as the theme of its next global conference. For those looking for a hopeful progression out of the extremes of control, breakdown and harsh reality checks reflected by this year’s conjunctions among Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn, you may be inspired by December’s Great Mutation (that’s the technical term).
The article is in three parts. First, it explains the mechanics and significance of Jupiter and Saturn’s 20-year cycle, and how that 20 year cycle is part of two bigger cycles of 200 years and 800 years in duration. Second, it ponders what this new Jupiter-Saturn cycle may bring over the course of the next 200 years. The third part of the article focuses on conference talks that are specific to the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction.
Click the link below to read:
What’s So Great About A Great Mutation? (Jupiter conjunct Saturn at 0 Aquarius in December 2020)
Special thanks to Richard Smoot
for creating the charts for the article