December 3: Jupiter in Capricorn
NAVIGATING THE SEAS OF CHANGE
Jupiter believes in attracting life’s abundance as a divine birthright, while Capricorn follows an ethos of struggle—one reason why Jupiter has a strange time in Capricorn. The balance between expansive thinking and hard work tips toward the grittier end of the spectrum now, on the one hand, a correction of excessive faith and optimism, as the diligent Capricorn within us becomes a crucial asset, rather than our loftier Jupiterian instincts. This is an opportunity for change, not merely a Darwinian survival check.
Capricorn provides us the ability to build structures of recognizable significance, whether governments or families, schools, or businesses. This cardinal earth sign has seen so much transformative potential since Ketu (the south node) joined Saturn and Pluto there in November of 2018, and now comes the potential to rebuild from the ashes as Jupiter’s vision turns practical. Perhaps the most significant rebirth will begin in January when Saturn conjoins Pluto, bringing a cycle of death and rebirth to completion, and bringing our depths to the surface for healing.