We made it. 2020 is in the rearview.
Of course, it’s simply a number, on a calendar designed to best utilize the cycles of the sun, and moon. And, as we always “joke” about the weather: the real weather doesn’t have to follow the map online, or on TV. So the craziness of 2020 may or may not stop.
In my old heathen days I took a lot of stock in astrology. I even learned how to use a slide rule, so that I could do charts for myself and others. (These were days long, long before computers were common, or handheld calculators.) Astrology is poopoo’d by everyone these days, but we still respect astronomy. Both studies are what brought the Wise Men to Bethlehem. They were astronomers, and very likely — especially in those times — astrologers.
So, with that in mind, I looked into what astrologers had to say about the recent Jupiter/Saturn conjunction. I remembered “conjunctions” being a big deal in the world of astrology. And it was. Is.
It seems that Jupiter and Saturn have a conjunction approximately every 20 years. But a conjunction which appears to put them so close together from our human/earthly perspective is very rare. Also, this particular conjunction signified the end of an astrological “era” for those two, if you will. (Since outer planets move more slowly, their influence is considered to be over eras, rather than individuals.)
“People are saying that this is the same alignment that happened when Jesus was born. I have been hoping for a second coming of Christ to polish off the end of the year, but living in the 21st century, I speculate this can look like an alien invasion,” says Berlin-based astrologer Randon Rosenbohm. “It’s always been an omen in astrology.” *
Also, the fact that the conjunction happened on the winter solstice, always important to those who follow the rhythms of the earth, and sky, made it more noteworthy.
According to the link provided below, astrologers are of a mixed mind as to what this means for the future. Evidently this was similar to a conjunction which happened near the start of the Renaissance, so perhaps we will all become more creative.
What I do sense, is just a feeling of sheer relief that a single, frustrating year is behind us. I feel like it was a year where we were forced to step back from our “real lives.”
That was, surprisingly, sometimes a good thing. My niece and stepdaughter, and others on social media, have spoken about how that influenced them in a positive way, by forcing them to become better families. Nothing wrong with that. There was nothing wrong with taking the rat race away for awhile. We were obsessed with our frantic lives. It seemed like you weren’t successful unless you were doing too much.
The down side of the same restrictions were that they actually destroyed businesses. They destroyed people’s livelihoods. They put people out of work. All for a virus with a 99% survival rate that was promoted as a “pandemic” that would kill us all. THAT was wrong. And THAT was promoted by the globalists, to speed up the One World Reset.
Call me a conspiracy theorist. Our grandchildren will know I am right.
So, my hope for 2021 is this – the entire world rediscovers two things: our common sense and our spines.