The Capricorn Birthday Horoscope 2020-2021

Capricorn, you enter a cycle not seen in many decades on December 21st, 2020 when your ruling planet Saturn is in conjunction with Jupiter, the problem-solver, in the finance zone of your chart.

Property, Charity, Business, Finances

The Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn rules legacies and inheritance, but also charity and philanthropy. It rules houses, land and apartments, but also valuables as a whole. Art and jewellery. Insurance, loans, banking, taxation, superannuation and pensions, allowances, benefits and so on, all belong to this cycle.

You can expect 2021 to be the year that produces an odd combination of thwarted circumstances, an unnatural delay in what should be happening, and a rather heavy atmosphere – together with sweeping solutions that represent a win-win, tremendous relief and release, and epic outcomes that change everything for the best. In other words, it’s an odd year. A productive year, but ultimately a very good one, Capricorn.

If you want to know more about this cycle, when Jupiter and Saturn are both in the Second House of your solar chart, please read more detail here.

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