We’re one-third through 2020, so I figured that I would look back at the horoscopes I published earlier in the year. I don’t believe I’ve embarrassed myself with my predictions. In fact, some things seem positively prescient in retrospect.

Star Struck Style

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I’m late with my 2020 horoscopes because distractions have kept me away from my computer. I wasn’t really in a hurry to get them posted, anyway, because the big astrological news for the year happens in the second week of January.

A conjunction between Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn occurs on January 12. After that, we have to wait until December 21 for another “generational” aspect: the so-called “Great Conjunction” of Jupiter and Saturn in Aquarius.

Of course, there are plenty of other things going on in the sky throughout the year (including a Mars retrograde cycle in Aries), but those are the big events that have many of my fellow astrologers sounding the alarm. I’m not so worried, though, because I’m not only a Capricorn who appreciates the slow and steady pace that Saturn brings when it transits the signs over which it rules, but…

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