Winter Solstice 2020 & The Great Conjunction

Last month the winter solstice fell on Monday, December 21, 2020, signaling the longest night and shortest day of the year. This day celebrates the longest hours of darkness or the rebirth of the sun and is believed to hold a powerful energy for regeneration, renewal, and self-reflection.


A new world order? Maybe! The Great Conjunction also fell on Monday, December 21 and is when the planets Jupiter and Saturn come so close together that they appear as one in the sky. Jupiter represents forgiveness, growth, healing, prosperity, and good fortune, while Saturn represents rules, traditions, and discipline. This is a time to release the old and focus on manifesting the things we want with greater force. This cycle will last about 2 years.


What makes 2020’s winter solstice so rare is that it’s been nearly 400 years since the planets have passed this close to each other in the sky, and nearly 800 years since the alignment of Saturn and Jupiter occurred at night.** I celebrated these two wonderful events at Point Dume Natural Preserve in Malibu, California, one of the few vortexes in California.



This may be before your time, but look up the Fifth Dimension’s Age of Aquarius, Let the Sun Shine? This is it! This is a positive and powerful time to advance creativity, optimum health, prosperity, love, peace and unending wealth.


Love, Peace and Blessings,


Hanan




 

*** Keeter, Bill. “The 'Great' Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn.” NASA, NASA, 15 Dec. 2020, www.nasa.gov/feature/the-great-conjunction-of-jupiter-and-saturn.