You may have heard about “The Great Conjunction,” also referred to as the “Christmas Star” and how it is astrologically, and astronomically significant. Like, people associate it with the birth of Jesus significant. Like, it hasn’t happened in 800 years according to NASA significant. Like, it will “set the tone” for the next twenty years significant.
Astrologically speaking, this event is a chance for a fresh start. The fact that it’s also occurring on the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, and the Summer Solstice in the Southern hemisphere, makes it all the more rare and special.
The Great Conjunction occurs with the largest (and outlier) planets in our solar System, Saturn and Jupiter, meeting in Aquarius, and appearing as one, single, “Christmas Star,” or perhaps more accurately, Solstice Star. Saturn represents discipline, maturity, and power. Jupiter represents growth, expansion, healing, prosperity, good fortune, and miracles. And Aquarius is the sign of radical social progress, humanitarianism, and aspiring change.
Astrologers call this event the beginning of a new era.
This is really fascinating news, as it is such a rare event that supposedly changes the tone for the next two decades, and it’s occurring during a literal change in seasons, on the first day of Winter in the Northern Hemisphere, and the first day of Summer in the Southern Hemisphere. In the United States, the COVID-19 vaccine is rolling out to the public, and we are about to inaugurate president-elect Joe Biden.
Things are definitely shifting.
These are the best articles and videos from the experts I’ve come across for you to learn more about this monumental event:
This article covers both the science and the astrology behind the event.
The AstroTwins turn this complicated cosmic event into an easy-to-understand explanation, as well as what it means for each zodiac sign.
Chani Nichols takes the reader through the astrological significance and then lays out a detailed horoscope for each of the twelve zodiac signs. Read her interpretation, and then find your zodiac sign and see what it means more specifically for you.
Moonomens is a great astrology resource, and if you follow them @moonomens on IG, they post super informative and beautiful videos to explain to you both the science behind astrology, and the significance.