Jupiter and Saturn enter the completion phase of their 20-year synodic cycle that began in 2000. Jupiter and Saturn make their climatic arrival to conjoin with Pluto in late sidereal Sagittarius and under the auspices of Aquila the Eagle in 2020. Jupiter-Saturn cycles are one of the most powerful and influential in our solar system dynamics. Jupiter’s magnetic field creates a huge, intense and complex magnetosphere that is larger than the diameter of the Sun and envelops the orbit of Saturn.
Jupiter imparts a warming, expansive and mobilizing force. Saturn imparts a cooling, contracting and solidifying force. Jupiter is ligamentous and muscular while Saturn is calciferous and structural. Jupiter is inclusive and embracing while Saturn is exclusive and segregating. Saturn imposes boundaries, walls, rules and regulations. Saturn forces us to confront our fears and Jupiter impels us to claim our wisdom. Saturn demonstrates and validates by concretizing in form that which Jupiter expands to embrace. Jupiter expounds upon and mobilizes what Saturn consolidates and solidifies. Jupiter tends to magnify the limitations Saturn imposes and stimulates the expansion of new growth upon the established structures Saturn solidifies. In so doing, these 20-year cycles create the rhythmic breath of societal development.
The Jupiter-Saturn 20-year synodic cycle starting on November 2, 2020 conjoins Altair, Eye of the Eagle, in early sidereal Capricorn. The last few years of 2010 (2016 through 2020) creates the ending of an era on Earth, with a new era starting to emerge in 2020. The completion of the previous 2000-2020 cycle, and new cycle to emerge in 2020 are of exceptional significance because they occur at the primary reset created by their synods with Pluto. The Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto conjunctions, and the new synodic cycles all occurring in 2020, engage a significantly new evolutionary energetic for all of humanity. Synod locations and star alignments are listed below.
The Jupiter-Saturn synod of November 2, 2020 expresses through one geocentric conjunction occuring on December 21, 2020 (occurring in early Capricorn).
Since the ancient Chinese Philosophers, Scholars and Astronomers started keeping track of the flying stars ( 玄空飛星 ) period ( 元運 ) when Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn lined up as a pearl necklace ( 五星連珠 ) in 1953 BC.
Back then, with the limitation in technology, the accuracy of the measurement is questionable (probably with naked eye). And, whether or not later practitioners have calibrate the Feng Shui ( 風水 ) application with each conjunction and planetary alignment between Saturn and Jupiter.
Possibly, the flying stars practitioners ( 玄空飛星風水从業者 ) would likely be using an incorrect period to plot the Feng Shui ( 風水 ) chart of a house. By following the planetary alignment for flying stars, period 9 should be on 22 December 2020 (Winter Solstices/ Yule Festival) instead of the commercially followed 2024.