Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Jupiter and Pluto were to meet three times in 2020: April 4, June 29-30, and November 12. We always feel the approaching conjunction as it builds a month before the conjunction occurs. We all recall how hard March and April were for Italy and New York City. June 29-30 turned out to bring serious outbreaks in India, Brazil, Turkey, Russia, and the southern states of the United States, from Florida to Texas, Arizona, and up through California. The last conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto will arrive this year on November 12.
Right now, both planets are retrograde, but Jupiter will turn direct September 12, and Pluto will turn direct on October 4. In October, they will both be strong and rested because a retrograde period is a resting period. I expect October through early December to bring a serious second wave of the virus. That may also be the reason I see such slow economic progress adding to Mars and Mercury retrograde (September 9 through November 13). Where will the pandemic hit? That’s up to you. Keep your guard up, wear your mask, wash your hands, and keep a social distance, and you will have a far better chance of staying safe.
Jupiter and Pluto are slow moving planets, so I need them to get at least eight degrees apart before we will see a relief from this virus. A wide distance between Jupiter and Pluto will occur by January 12, with no plans to return to a conjunction until they meet in Aquarius in February 2033.