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BEFORE YOU FOLLOW ALONG ON THE CALENDAR BELOW - READ THIS! Jupiter moves into Capricorn for just over a one-year transit from December 2, 2019 until December 19, 2020. Jupiter only stays in a sign for a 12 - 13 month period of time including a Retrograde period, which you will see below. Jupiter will Retrograde on May 15, 2020 until September 13, 2020.
JUPITER OPPORTUNITY - Jupiter is in Capricorn from December 2, 2019 until December 19, 2020, which is a Good solid 12-1/2 months of abundance, generosity and expansion in the house ruled by Capricorn. All of the Capricorn's out there better buckle their seatbelts because this is going to be a wild ride for 12-1/2 months. Anything or anyone ruled by Capricorn is going to experience massive change, transformation and expansion. This includes every area of your Life where everything E-X-P-A-N-D-S on itself. At the same time, this expansion can get so big and so HUGE, that it can actually blow something up so big, that it explodes into smithereens. So it really depends on if that 'thing' is Good or not-so-Good. For those of us who are not Capricorn, we need to look at our charts to see where Capricorn rules and that is where we will experience Jupiter in Capricorn.
Notice in the graphic how there is a balloon for various things that Capricorn rules. Keep in mind these balloons represent e-x-p-a-n-s-i-o-n, but they also represent energy that gets so much attention (Good or bad) that the balloon can bust and be blown to smithereens. So this will be interesting on a political level.
Jupiter is all about ABUNDANCE and EXPANSION! Jupiter in Capricorn is going to get a lot of press regarding the 10th house career, status, rank in society, status in the community, public recognition, military, government, CEOs, managers, bosses, those in a position of authority, celebrities, profession.
Retrogrades give us a 'DO OVER' - meaning we get three (3) chances to get it right before progressing foward. Below you will see where we pass over a set of degrees, then the degrees go backward (Retrograde = Rx) and then they move forward again passing over the same set of degrees a third time. So we get the first chance to get it right, then we get the second chance and then we get the third chance before we progress forward. God is Good folks. He is not giving us two or three chances just to mess with us and screw up our lives. God is giving us three chances to get it right because He is Awesome and because He Loves us. If you look at Retrogrades as a 'Do Over' then they will be much easier to handle because you will be looking for how you can do something better the second and third time around. So when the degrees pass over the first time, look at that time period closely to see what you will be repeating a second and third time in order to get it right before progressing forward. It's all Good!
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