Another year has gone by, we look back and see how this world has changed so deeply. In early 2020 we pressed the reset button, and we seem to have had no choice at all. Throughout these two intense years we may have been wondering how such a sharp downturn could ever be perceived as a positive fact for humanity. In this particular case, we should keep in mind that multiple conjunctions between slow planets herald times of great change. They are fundamentally accompanied by obviousness, but their evolutionary signature is extraordinary. The beginning of any new planetary cycle shows a promise for the future, therefore the synchronous occurrence of multiple conjunctions definitely heralds major change for the world at large.
Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto are still pretty closely aligned with each other, so we are definitely living through the initial phase of this historic shift. With the heavy-duty workforce of our solar system still gathered within one third of the zodiac, we continue to feel the pressure, unable to foresee any form of consistent expansion. This trend is also seasonal, because the inner planets, together with our star, line up yearly within the same part of the sky. Mars does so roughly every two years instead. This determines the frustrating highs and lows of our current world. In other words, we can say this is a long period of major gestation for the world at large, as it is within that very part of the zodiac that the new chapters of our history are being currently written. Whatever is being sown will flourish in due time, eventually revealing the new face of a reshaped world. The dismantlement which has affected our current society surely paves the way for new generations, the main actors of today’s future. As we step into 2022, a surge of compassionate Piscean fluidity can bring some respite, while the current Jupiter-Neptune synod comes to an end. Our collective values change once more along the grand cycles of history, and old patterns are left behind. This is, after all, the evolutionary process of life.