Jupiter in Aquarius

Jupiter moves from Capricorn into Aquarius on December 19, 2020, and will remain in this innovative Air Sign for almost all of 2021. AstroButterfly gives a lovely write up, which you can read here. Given so much intense energy, Jupiter in Aquarius feels buoyant.

I’m personally looking forward to Jupiter activating my Aquarius Moon and natal Jupiter, as well as my four planets in Gemini, Uranus, Pluto and Pallas-Athene in Libra, and my Sun-Moon-Pluto exact Grand Trine in Air. Surrender remains the order of the day — kind of a five-year plan since 2019 — but at least Jupiter in Aquarius feels like a breath of fresh air!

Big blessings!

5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Eliza Ayres on December 18, 2020 at 12:51 pm

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

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  2. yes! i love aquarian energy. it will be great for the collective changes in motion. been feeling next year in good surprise big ways. kind of how this year was different than imagined, but hugely expansive…as you know i have jupiter and venus in aquarius and i’ve seen this energy already lighting up in the months leading up. next year is also the chinese year of the ox, which i am and you are too – water ox to be precise. 2021 is a metal ox year, but still hugely aligned.

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing, Laura 👏
    I also found AstroButterfly’s article: Saturn in Aquarius – A New Renaissance very insightful, particularly her analysis of the unevolved Aquarian attributes, and also where we are heading in terms of the more evolved ones. So easy to see examples of the first all around us, but increasingly more of the second which is reassuring 🙏
    All the best for 2021 to you and your family 💕 💕

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