2020 made us distance ourselves from everyone, and here, Jupiter and Saturn are doing the exact opposite. This is a bag of goodies for all the star grazers this winter solstice.

What’s with all the hype about this Conjunction?

In simple words, a ‘conjunction’ is when two or more celestial objects appear close together in the night sky when seen from Earth. When the orbits of two celestial bodies like two mighty planets align with Earth, it’s termed as a “Great Conjunction”. The conjunction that is happening between Jupiter and Saturn only occurs once every 20 years, which makes this Great Conjunction a rare event. The Great Conjunction happening this Winter Solstice is special because not every Great Conjunction is created equal.

The celestial event is going to be a show-stopping one. The alignment of Saturn and Jupiter is set to happen after almost 800 years, and something everyone around the world will be witnessing.

Not only that, this ‘Great Conjunction’ of Jupiter and Saturn will be the closest since 1623, the world will witness the Winter Solstice.

The Great Conjunction falls in Aquarius as per Western Astrology, whereas according to the Vedic Astrology it is in Capricorn.

Is this the Star of Bethlehem?

The Great Conjunction is getting associated with the modern version of a Christmas Star. Many individuals are gushing that the same alignment of stars happened when Jesus Christ was born. From where a person stands to see the alignment, it can look like Jupiter and Saturn is one single star as they will be so close.

Christmas season is around the corner and as we are nearing the time, the excitement for ‘Christmas Star’ is double because of the ‘Great Conjunction’ of Jupiter and Saturn this year. People are referring to the Great Conjunction as the ‘Christmas Star of 2020.’ It was theorized in 1614 that similar conjunction might have been the source of the bright “star” that the Wise Men followed to find the baby, Jesus.

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The 2020 Great Conjunction is not worth missing!

16th July 1623 was the last time the world saw Jupiter and Saturn getting all cozy-cozy. Although that time also the Sun was at 13° east, which made it difficult for many to see. Whereas, the ‘great conjunction’ which happened on 4th March 1226 was easy to see.
Now the question is why is 21st December 2020’s Great Conjunction not worth missing? The Great Conjunction happens every 20 years, so what’s the hype?

Well, Jupiter and Saturn conjunctions last occurred in the year 2000. But all these conjunctions are not treated equally. This Great Conjunction won’t be matched again until 15th March 2080.

You can expect the next Great Conjunction in 2040, although it can be said for sure that one won’t be as iconic as the one today.

As for the closeness of Jupiter and Saturn, they won’t be this close again until 2080. In this rare fashion, Jupiter hugs Saturn fully to cover it. And this event that is happening on 21st December 2020 won’t happen again until 7541.

So people you’d all be really lucky to have witnessed this Great Conjunction of December 2020.

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Great Conjunction Time in India

The historical event can be seen by everyone present on earth, but it will be easiest to see from the equator. Want a tip? To see it with the naked eye, look to the sky for about an hour after the sunset in the low western direction.

The Great Conjunction time in India is 15:32 (3:32 p.m.) on 21st December 2020.
The Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and the longest day in the Southern Hemisphere, which is very special this year.

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What’s in it for me??

It is said that the Great Conjunction is connected to a significant shift in power and energy. In astrological terms, although both the giant planets; Jupiter and Saturn are said to have power and authority they are quite different when it comes to leadership. Jupiter is your fun leader who talks about money, health, and taking a coffee break at four. On the other hand, Saturn is a strict boss who has certain restrictions, following rules and regulations, and meeting deadlines. So you can imagine when the opposites are forced to play as co-leads, they do it in a Great Conjunction which usually results in a power struggle.

This Great Conjunction taking place at 0° signifies a brand new start for everyone. To work on yourself from scratch, getting a chance to change the mentality, rediscover the meaning of equality, etc. It is without a doubt, the dawn of the new ers where everyone is treated fairly irrespective of their gender, sex, race, etc.

The Great Conjunction aims to bring in the new and get rid of the old. We all decide to follow the resolutions we make on New Year’s Eve, right? Well, this is no different. This Great Conjunction is the best time to chase after your goal, so make sure it is indeed the best one too. All the positive energy is on your side so given a chance when life is throwing lemons at you, catch them and make one hell of a refreshing lemonade out of it.

Both the mighty planets are up for kicking their energy in some professional goals. So this Great Conjunction is very much important and gainful for those seeking big career changes. Jupiter will open the window of opportunities, you just have to look around and be alert as to which window it’ll be. Saturn will help you with finding those windows where you’ll get your pass.

Great Conjunction will hand you Great Opportunities, but at the end of the day, it’s up to you how you make the most of what is offered. We are all hoping for amazing growth in 2021, but the stars can only take you so far, the rest is up to you how you conquer the opportunity.
While entering 2021, do ask yourself, “What extra baggage can I leave for 2020, and what all do I need to carry forward with me?”

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