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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Sometimes when you are on a 1,000-mile journey, it can seem interminable. Many days begin to look the same, so you start to think it will always be this way—until suddenly, and without warning, conditions change for the better. December could become a major turning point for you. The many months of pressure and the long journey toward your goals are finishing up, and you are about to see tangible rewards for all your hard work.
The trend you’ve been in for so long began in December of 2017, when your ruler Saturn entered Capricorn, a place Saturn had not toured since 1991 to 1994. We only get three visits of Saturn in a lifetime because Saturn takes 29.5 years to circle the Sun, so Saturn will not be back to visit your sign again until 2049.
Visits of Saturn to your Sun are meant to test your abilities on many fronts, and this is what you’ve gone through for three years. Saturn teaches by using tough love, and one of Saturn’s most important lessons is that the accomplishments we value the most in life are the ones we worked hardest to achieve. Saturn teaches patience and requires complete concentration on goals, without distractions.
You may have been called on to sacrifice a short-term goal (or instant gratification) in favor of achieving a long-term gain. You did all these things for Saturn in December 2017. Early-born Capricorns (born in December) felt Saturn’s effect strongest in the first six months of 2018. Late-born Capricorns, born January 15-21, had their biggest pressures this past year, in 2020.