The Conjunction of Planets On Winter Solstice | What Does This Mean & Where To See It

Hello my Divine friends!

This week marks a spectacular event, which i’m sure you’ve already heard about. But have you heard about the significance of the 2 planets aligning? Let me explain it for you….

The great conjunction between Saturn and Jupiter – Where the 2 planets align in view and create the brightest star you’ve ever seen from Earth. This not only being an astronomical event, but happening on Winters Solstice! The start of yule – this is a major sign for the clairvoyants in the universe.

On December 17, Saturn heads back into Aquarius, followed by boundless Jupiter two days later, on the 19th. The two planets will copilot through the Water Bearer’s zone on and off until December 29, 2021, combining their paradoxical powers.

Now let’s throw in Winters Solstice.

The winter solstice, hiemal solstice or hibernal solstice, also known as midwinter, occurs when one of the Earth’s poles has its maximum tilt away from the Sun. It happens twice yearly, once in each hemisphere (Northern and Southern). For that hemisphere, the winter solstice is the day with the shortest period of daylight and longest night of the year, when the Sun is at its lowest daily maximum elevation in the sky.

This shift in the earths axis in faith with the conjunction brings a whole new world of light. From darkness to light it represents coming out of the darkness and breaking “free” from any negative energy that’s been sitting stagnant in the atmosphere of earth.

Be prepared for large change, I’m talking about the whole world changing due to this combo of conjunction and tilt of the gravitational shift.

Embrace the new, move forward into a new year and new world.

The divine light is in you to help with this shift. The world will need your help in guiding others to embrace the new.

How can I see it?

In 2020, the celestial phenomenon will be visible from anywhere on Earth, but conditions will be best near the equator, according to Hartigan. The Event will appear low in the western sky for roughly an hour after sunset.

Nasa said people should look for them low in the south-west in the hour after sunset when “the two giant planets will appear just a tenth of a degree apart – that’s about the thickness of a dime held at arm’s length.”

Essentially what you’re looking for is a thin crescent moon and two bright objects right next to it.

Viewers can start practising now, because the planets are already edging closer together. All that is required are a night with clear skies and a vantage point with a clear horizon – no buildings or trees in the way.

Jupiter is the larger planet, and those with very good eyesight – or a pair of binoculars – will be able to distinguish it from Saturn. To others, the planets will appear as a single star. Planets tend to shine more steadily – or twinkle less visibly – than stars, so that might help you differentiate. Enjoy my friends!

Blessed be, Love & Moonlight 🖤🌙

The Divine Moon


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