Jupiter (source: Wired)

Hot on the heels of Saturn’s ingress into Aquarius, Jupiter has entered the sign, too.

While Saturn was quite comfortable in Capricorn, Jupiter was not. Curiously, one of the biggest stories of 2020 was how we dealt with our freedoms being restricted. With both planets moving into a sign where they are both comfortable, the changes are already being felt. People are being vaccinated against COVID-19. We can finally see ourselves getting back to normal.

However, there’s nothing “normal” about Jupiter in Aquarius. As it transits the sign, the planet inspires us to find opportunity off the beaten track. Saturn’s influence restrains us so that we don’t gallop off in a particular direction without considering where we are going. Intellect informs our journey instead of intuition, instinct or emotion.

That’s a fairly optimistic forecast! What’s interesting is that when Jupiter moves into Pisces for a brief stay in May, it moves into another sign where its energy is unbridled. It’s a huge change from where we were with all these planets transiting Capricorn.

So, what does this all mean for you? It means that it’s time to let loose. I don’t want to promote the sort of idiocy that has inspired people to defy social-distancing guidelines and mask mandates, but I do want to encourage everyone to let their freak flag fly for the next few years. Monday’s Great Conjunction in Aquarius portends a new era where bucking the trends will be the order of the day. Just remember that there is a big difference between being a contrarian and being a fucking idiot (like the sort of people who won’t be getting the vaccine).

The Age of Aquarius is finally here, or at least it’s here until the middle of May. Make the most of it.

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