The Great Conjunction of Jupiter & Saturn December 21 2020

What is it and how does it affect us ?



Jupiter and Saturn are changing signs today and meeting up in a way they havn’t done for 800 years !


This is a very big deal, the reason being is because these two planets have a major influence on the energies affecting us here on planet earth. But more than this is the fact that they almost never change signs at the same time, let alone moving into a new sign together and within days of each other !


To have one of these planets change signs is a very big deal but to have both changing signs at the same time is Huge !


A Great Conjunction represents a time of release, to release old habits and make way for new ways of doing things. If you aren’t open to change, you will find this decidedly uncomfortable. But if you are open to change, you can make incredible progress towards your dreams that you have been pondering over for a long time. The expansive nature of Jupiter and the structure of Saturn together, help you accomplish something that may have felt out of your reach before but is now totally within your grasp.


For best results, choose something big that excites you and lifts your soul, something that’s been on your mind or calling you for a while and spend as much time as you can during 2021 working on it. Since Jupiter and Saturn are both associated with professional achievements, this is great energy to channel towards starting a new business or career success. Whatever you decide to do will have Jupiter’s inspiration, growth and expanding energy influencing your new business, career or profession alongside Saturn’s stoic, steady, disciplined work ethic resulting in a long term solid foundation to ensure your results are long-lasting and have staying power.


As with everything in the stars, you have to do the work to get the most out of it, but if you put in the effort and meet the cosmos halfway, the results are truly magical ! The colour purple is associated with Jupiter, so why not light a purple candle at the time of the conjunction.