Astrology: No Time Like the Present

The Book of Nature is the original book, the ab-original book.

December 21, 2020 was the conjunct of Saturn and Jupiter at 0 degrees in Aquarius, which is Air.   This configuration is the first in 800 years, the previous conjunction being during the apex of the Renaissance.  Several other planets will also be in Air or have been in Air for a good while already.

This auspicious celestial happening has been called the “Star of Bethlehem” by the Denver Catholic, and the very dawn of the Age of Aquarius, and will be with us for the next 200 years. The results of what humankind does in the near future will influence the times beyond even that.

Ground 0 degrees is significant as it symbolizes a circle.  Inclusivity and openness are also Air and Aquarian traits.   Aquarius means “water-bearer”.   Look for the messages in the water-to-vapor states, the luminous states to illuminate our states of heart-mind. Think ice to water (the melting of the hearts of humans) and water to vapor.

Going to be-ing and intention is key, if not the be-all and end-all.

“If you are present for the metaphor, the Metta-phor will present Itself to you.”  Michael Mead

The 0 icon is a microcosm of an opening to the trans-galactical center of the universe, and the symbol for hugs, encircling another.


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