Save the Date: AGE OF AQUARIUS

On December 21st, 2020 we have the most important astrological event of the century: Jupiter and Saturn meet at 0° Aquarius, marking the beginning of a new 200-year Air ERA.

Saturn-Jupiter conjunctions are the most important conjunctions in astrology, since Jupiter and Saturn are the largest planets in our solar system. Even astronomers call Jupiter conjunct Saturn “The Great Conjunction”!

And what’s even more amazing about THIS conjunction, is that Jupiter and Saturn will be closer than they have ever been, since 1623. Just watch Jupiter and Saturn getting closer and closer with your own eyes (you can observe them after sunset, in the western sky).

Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions have always correlated with important historical events and cultural shifts. It is believed that the “star of Bethlehem” that indicated the birth of Jesus was the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction that occurred in 7 BCE in the sign of Pisces.

It is now well accepted that approximately 2000 years ago we transitioned from the Age of Aries into the Age of Pisces. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

Counting 2000 years forward, we now have the first Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in Aquarius in centuries. This event may well mark the much-awaited transition into the Age of Aquarius.

What’s extremely interesting is that this conjunction occurs exactly at 0° Aquarius. Not at 5°, 11°, or 28°. There is something very powerful about the 0° degree of a sign: this is where the energy of that sign is in its purest form, and it is also where it has full manifestation power.

To tap into the manifesting power of Jupiter conjunct Saturn in Aquarius we created a special project for astrology lovers around the globe: the AGE OF AQUARIUS Community.

AGE OF AQUARIUS is a membership program that will bring us together at this monumental shift we are so lucky to witness in our lifetimes.

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