There is something unmistakably gloomy about the Winter Season, but this year’s Winter Solstice will be accompanied by a much-anticipated event that has not happened in over 600 years. It sounds extraordinary and it is but the Winter Solstice 2020 will be rough for Gemini and Leo.
If you have personal investments in any of these signs, don’t worry. Aspects of the Moon have a lot to do with the “vibe” of the day, but there is much more to come. On December 21st at 5:02 a.m. EST, the Winter Solstice marks the day with the least daylight and the longest period of darkness in the northern hemisphere.
A seasonal portal leading the collective toward a whole new cycle, our ancestors would prepare for this time of year for months at a time, given the harsh weather conditions and lack of sustenance. Understandably, it’s not something that usually concerns us these days, but even still, the moral of the story remains.
Winter is a season of death and renewal; now is the time to become more familiar with the darkness within and all around you. Of course, this sounds like a lot of pressure, but it is our divine duty as spiritual beings to be light in the dark.
If there’s one thing this season that never ceases to inspire us all, it’s hope. Remember that the Sun will come out and cover you with its majestic light and warmth. Interestingly, having faith in what the future holds and persevering in the pursuit of your long-term goals aligns a lot with the essence of Capricorn Season, which also kicks off this day.
As you know, Capricorn is incredibly ambitious and pragmatic because it is the last earth sign in the zodiac. Its symbol is depicted as the goat climbing the mountain, hence its serious attitude and ruthless determination.
What is even more fortuitous about this day is that Jupiter and Saturn will meet under the sign of Aquarius for their Great Conjunction for the first time in over 600 years. Also known as the “Age of Aquarius,” this cosmic event marks the start of social and political change.
It foreshadows the emergence of a newborn civilization and the rise of visionaries, mystics, and prophets. Open your heart and reflect on the lessons the Capricorn season brings to you, this is your opportunity to harness your humanity and inner ideals. With that said, here’s why the Winter Solstice could be overwhelming for Gemini and Leo:
You reach for the stars but are preoccupied with past commitments. This is your season to evolve, Gemini. The Winter Solstice marks the first day of Capricorn’s season, as well as the Sun’s annual journey through your eighth house of intimacy, transformation, and psychological experiences.
While this isn’t your first rodeo, it’s never an easy transit for the Sun, but today’s Moon will also light up your ambitious 10th house of career, so you’ll be preoccupied with professional matters today, simultaneously.
On a clearer note, Jupiter and Saturn will join forces in your adventurous ninth house of faith, media, publishing, entrepreneurship, and personal philosophies. From now until the end of 2021, themes revolving around your version of “the truth” will be in the foreground. It’s time to explore new horizons and take a leap of faith.
You are overwhelmed with responsibility and stressful things that you cannot control. Hang in there, Leo. These vibrations will not last all season, so go to the first day of winter and focus on the future.
In addition to the Sun making its annual debut in your orderly sixth house of responsibilities, health habits, and daily routine, the Moon will also touch down on your eighth house of mergers, transformation, and intimacy, so your feelings will be probably deeper than you are comfortable admitting.
If you’re already coupled up, today’s Great Conjunction, will shake up your engaged seventh house of one-on-one relationships, significant others, and other people, which will become a central theme in December and 2021.
More importantly, this is your opportunity to break free from relationships that you have outgrown or that you may no longer be inspired by. Whether romantically or professionally, it’s time to take it to the next level and revolutionize your idea of partnerships.
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