Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Jupiter and Pluto met first this year on April 4, and again over June 29-30. You will always feel the conjunction of these two planets from a month before to a month after they meet. In March and April, Italy suffered terribly with the pandemic, as did New York City. In June and especially July, the United States saw a mega-outbreak from Florida, along the southern states through Texas, Arizona, and up through California.
Now, Jupiter and Pluto will meet one more time, November 12. What makes this last conjunction they will make before spinning off their separate ways troubling is that by then, Jupiter and Pluto will both be strong, having come out of retrograde position. Jupiter will go direct September 12, and Pluto will go direct October 4. You will feel the energy of these two planets building throughout October, November, and the first week of December
The good news is that I feel we will have a treatment—medicine, a vaccine, or other technique—to lessen the severity of the coronavirus. (Did you know that the Spanish Flu is still with us? We call it something different—the seasonal flu—and we have a vaccine to greatly lessen the severity of that deadly flu which terrorized millions.) To see us not worry as much about the coronavirus, I need Jupiter and Pluto to separate and be no less than eight degrees apart. Jupiter and Pluto will meet that requirement by Christmas. These two planets will be even farther apart by January 12, so I feel that’s an even better date to anticipate for the end of the worry about the virus. That would make 2021 a much better year than what we have been through this year in 2020.