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I used to love watching Jack Horkheimer. He would come on after Doctor Who on Saturday night on my local PBS station. Those are good memories.

 

"Keep Looking Up."

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Saturn also joins the party, just visible here near the top left corner. There's a new Moon hiding somewhere around here. The sliver crescent should show up tomorrow.

 

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The next Jupiter jam sessions are set for March mornings with Mars. Should be visible on SE horizon just before sunrise.

 

http://benebellwen.com/2019/12/17/the-star-of-bethlehem-in-2020/

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The largest planet in our solar system, by both mass and volume, is Jupiter. It is two and a half times more massive than all of the other planets in our system combined. Then, despite its mass, it’s still a comparatively fast-moving planet, which is why it’s considered one of the personal planets, or most influential planets on the individual.

 

So when this massive, influential planet goes conjunct (goes near) malefic Mars and Saturn, it changes the behavior of Mars and Saturn, giving them a more beneficent demeanor than usual.

 

Thus, the period of the Star of Bethlehem is a time of hope, optimism, renewed faith, and a time to connect with Divinity. It’s a time when divination is heightened, so it’s a good period for spirit work. Connecting to the angelic or deva realms is also optimal during this astrological period. Renewal of vows, initiations of a spiritual nature, and really, all pursuits of happiness are amplified at this time.

 

With the event occurring in Capricorn, we see the Star most affecting culture and politics. On the personal level, this is also a strong period for manifesting career goals and ambitions.

 

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