The Jupiter, Saturn, Pluto Conjunction: It ain’t over till it’s over
2020 Online Summit
Every few years, astrologers claim the most amazing transit ever is about to occur. But often the main event that’s associated with a major transit doesn’t happen until after the transit has passed. For example, the most significant changes associated with the Uranus-Pluto conjunction of 1965-1966 didn’t happen until 1968-1970. Currently, many astrologers are attaching great significance to the Saturn-Pluto conjunction on January 12, 2020. However, we need to understand this astrological event is part of a larger wave that culminates in an energetic shift from Capricorn to Aquarius, along with the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction at 0 Aquarius on the Winter Solstice of 2020.
Cofounder of StarIQ.com, founding Trustee of Kepler College, coauthored 8 years of Barnes and Noble’s “Your Astrology Guide“. For nearly 20 years, Levine’s daily horoscopes reached millions of readers online. He is as comfortable writing mass-market Sun Sign Astrology as he is pushing the technical and theoretical envelopes of the profession. His DVD is “Quantum Astrology: Science, Spirit, and Our Place in the Cycles of History“. He is wizard by day, a net-junkie by night, and is rumored to have advanced alien microprocessors imbedded in his cerebral cortex.
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