Jupiter Conjunct Pluto
Updated: Apr 3, 2021
On Saturday, November 7 at 6:58 am, Jupiter moved onto the 22nd degree of Capricorn and into a same-degree conjunction with Pluto. At 11:24 am, CNN called the election for Joe Biden. This conjunction of Jupiter to Pluto is the last of three (the first was in April) and is a major step toward the completion of the 2020 Great Shift Alignment.
In traditional astrology, a conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto is equated with an expansion of transformation and change. Or, simply put, the activation of a death. In the language of Shamanic Egyptian Astrology, Jupiter is allied with Horus, the Young King, who comes to his ascendency after his father Osiris (Pluto) is murdered by Set (Mars), brother of Osiris. Horus and Set fight a centuries-long war which Horus eventually wins, thereby claiming his throne.
In truth, every death is also a birth. Every birth is in its own way a death. If we step outside of our viewpoint on linear time, we can understand that these two seemingly opposite processes occur simultaneously. In our current situation, the rebirth has begun but the death is not yet complete. It is the nature of life to cling to its existence, often against all odds, as we will see in the days and weeks ahead. If you do not understand my metaphor, here is what I mean. Donald Trump has been defeated but his mission is not yet dead. Plans will be laid for the implementation of a new phase and simultaneously there will be a fight to reinstate the old order.
Jupiter and Pluto will remain in this same-degree conjunction through November 13, the day that Mars (Set) turns direct. The early morning of the 15th (EST) will bring the Scorpio New Moon. The simultaneous death/birth process has begun.
November 8, 2020 by Ruby Falconer. Available for chart readings.