Intense and complex dynamics in your birthday chart signal a dramatic year ahead. You’ve every reason to be optimistic, as your hard work appears to have brought some cherished aspirations within reach. Jupiter’s sojourn through your sign has been one of self-discovery. To make the most of opportunities this has generated, remain vigilant in your commitment to self-awareness. Don’t let resentment from the past sabotage your efforts; use that high-octane emotion as fuel to propel you forward, instead.
– by Victoria Emory
If you have a Sagittarius Sun, rising sign or Moon and could use some insights on real-life matters of life, work and relationships, your 2019-2020 Sagittarius Astrology Studio reading by Eric Francis will cover your ruling planet Jupiter’s conjunction to the Galactic Core, a preview of forthcoming Jupiter in Capricorn, and many other potentially life-changing facets of your astrology.
Written in the Planets
We are now under multiple influences with different feeling tones. The bold astrology of the moment is the Venus-Jupiter conjunction on the Galactic Core, described in detail here. This is high-vibration astrology, a calling out to truth and optimism.
Mars has just entered Scorpio and opposes Uranus today, with an edgy vibe. Mercury recently turned to direct motion there as well. This describes strong feelings that may overpower certain matters you thought you had resolved. Take the time to sort out what you really want, slow down enough to notice what your emotions are telling you.
The Moon enters Scorpio this morning, deepening the mood, and granting access to what you may have been feeling but did not recognize. Note that the Moon is at the very end of its monthly cycle, so this is a time of closure and completion in preparation for the Sagittarius New Moon on early on Tuesday.
– by Eric Francis Coppolino
In 2020 we have not one but two conjunctions that mark the turn of a generation, and of an era in history. On Jan. 12, Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn form their once per 33-year conjunction. Then on Dec. 21. 2020, Jupiter and Saturn, both now in Aquarius, form a conjunction in the first degree of that sign. Read more here…