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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The particular sign and element (fire, air, water, or earth) that Jupiter and Saturn select to meet in every 20 years affects all of society, worldwide, and provides the mood and soundtrack to our lives. Jupiter and Saturn’s meetings affects art and entertainment, architecture, literature, food, fashion, politics and priorities of society, and more.
Here is the interesting part. Every time Saturn and Jupiter met over the past 200 years, they always met in an earth sign—Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn—every 20 years rotating to the next earth sign. The last time they met before 2020, they met in earth-sign Taurus in 2000.
Over the past 200 years, humanity built cathedrals, skyscrapers, roads, bridges, and tunnels, laid down railroad tracks, and saw the birth of the Industrial Revolution and the start of the assembly line. Those changes and inventions created life as we know it now. It launched consumerism, supermarkets, and mass-produced clothing and products, and suddenly what you “owned” was of primary importance. That changes now.
Now, Saturn and Jupiter chose to meet in Aquarius, and from now on will meet in air. Air is lighter than earth and more mobile. Aquarius likes to work in groups—something we saw first-hand with the pharmaceutical companies working with foreign countries to develop the vaccine. The CEO of Pfizer said something very Aquarian when he said in a television interview, “It is amazing what can be accomplished when no one cares who gets the credit.” We have the biggest health crisis of our lives, and all hands were needed on deck. Watson, the IBM computer, helped scientists by immediately making available discoveries written as white papers by other scientists for everyone to read, cutting down on redundancy of research.