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Hi everyone this is Acyuta-bhava from Nightlight Astrology and today we are going to talk about the major astrology of 2021. This is the second part of a two part series I started yesterday, the first part of the series we took a look at Jupiter, Uranus and Saturn and their contacts throughout the year ahead. Today we are going to take a look at the eclipses of 2021. And we are also going to take a look at Jupiter's temporary ingress into Pisces. So the Jupiter ingress into Pisces, we're gonna take through the 12 signs. So you can stick around to see how that Jupiter ingress is going to impact your rising sign or your sun sign depending on what kind of horoscope you like to use every month. And we're going to refresh on the meaning of the eclipses, which I've already looked at a number of times in the past since the nodes of the moon change sign in signs into Sagittarius in Gemini. But we'll sort of refresh again today on those eclipses when they're happening, what you can expect and so forth. So, all of that being said, I want to say Happy New Year to everybody. I hope you guys had a nice New Year's Eve and that you enjoyed some time hopefully with family or friends. It was nice to be able to reflect with my girls and my wife last night, we sat down we had a fire and we kind of sat and talked about what we'd learned from the year and you know what we were looking forward to for this year. And just ritualizing that moment together as a as a family. Or if you can with friends or today if you can ritualize the moment somehow with you know, even journaling or taking a little time out for yourself. I recommend it this holiday comes right on the right after the winter solstice, which is a turning point in the solar year. It's obviously a moment that we mark off in our in our calendars but it's closely aligned with the traditional winter solstice. So it's a nice moment regardless of where you're at in the world to to ritualize. The the occasion and to think about lessons learned and things that we are going to continue working on or hoping for dreaming about in the year ahead.
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Let's dive into the astrology for today. I'm going to put the real time clock up on the screen and we'll dive in. So here we go. Alright, so let's go through the eclipses. There are four of them that we're going to take a look at. And the eclipses happen in May and June and then November and December. So we'll hop forward to May of 2021. And let's take a look. Here we go. I'm gonna go back to May 26. So on May 26, you're going to see a South node lunar eclipse in Sagittarius. Now the upside of the South node eclipses in Sagittarius is that in general South node eclipses with Sagittarius can be very philosophical, very spiritual, and very otherworldly. The reason for that is you're talking about the South node, which tends to be about other worldliness and detachment from materiality either in positive or negative sense. You can have meditation or you can have heroin, you know, it can so just like give you some extremes, but the South node tends to be about detachment from worldly pursuits. And they may be more like spiritual pursuits or aversion to material things or also the South node can be associated with material loss or decay, or degeneration or decline. And when you have that kind of Eclipse happening in the sign of Sagittarius, you're really thinking about you know, with Jupiter as the ruling planet, you're thinking about teachers and teachings, beliefs and education, and any one or anything that can help you connect to your spiritual life or spiritual practices, all that could be amplified by a South node Eclipse in Sagittarius. So that's kind of the positive. The other thing about this eclipse is that at that time, Jupiter will be in a very strong position, and its own sign of Pisces temporarily. So this stands to be a more truly joopa terian kind of Eclipse, and you want to really look at the place of Sagittarius in your birth chart by whole sign to get a feeling for what that might mean. Lunar eclipses bring ending so you're thinking of resolution or completion that will be spending a lot more time in the spring looking at this eclipse and we'll run it through all the houses at that point in time. But that's your first Eclipse. The next Eclipse is going to come on June 10.
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On June 10, we have a solar eclipse in Gemini, and this one is with the North Node while Mercury is retrograde and basically cazimi at the exact same time. This is a very powerful moment of resetting and recalibrating around the Gemini area of your birth chart, whatever hole sign house Gemini is in, for example. You know, if you let's just say you have it in your 10th House of career, that eclipse lands in your 10th House of career, then you might be seeing a pretty deep reset and kind of the the general idea of a solar eclipse is going to be like any new moon that it's a new beginning. But this one is very powerful and its effects. And what it's introducing will last for a very long time. And it's much more pivotal than your typical New Moon. So I like to think of them as like new moons on on steroids. The Mercury Retrograde signature suggests that this is some kind of revision or change that's being made that will last a very long time as well, that it's it represents a kind of revisionary beginning. So there's a specific meaning to that one that, again, we'll be unpacking in the spring. Now, one thing that you can do with the eclipses is to go back and watch the eclipse cycles. So let's go back to the last time that these planets were in Sagittarius in Gemini, because sometimes you're gonna see some overlying or overlapping symbolism. So it was around February of 2011, that the north node of the moon went into the sign of sagittarius I use the mean nodes as my measurement. So it's around February 2011. Okay, well, if we move that forward just a bit, and we're going to see the eclipses are then starting when the nodes change signs, they start happening in those new signs. And that lasts us all the way into the summer of 2012. So you can look back at that timeframe and say, Okay, what was going on in my life around that time, sometimes an exploration of that time period. And those top the topics of the houses of Gemini and Sagittarius in your birth chart, by whole sign are going to give you some insight as to not only what's happening now, and what topics are likely to be activated, but how they're connected to the recent history. I mean, it's 10 years ago, I guess, or, or so it's eight years, nine years ago, but still a lot to be gained by making comparisons between previous time periods. If you go back before that you can trace it back further to let's just go back to one more prior to that. So if you go back even a little bit farther than that, you're going to see the nodes of the moon in the fall of 2001, entering Gemini and Sagittarius. And then they very slowly move through and you get eclipses in those signs. And they're going to change over by the spring of 2003. So always a good idea to look at the cycles in the past and see how you've grown. And I like to think that there's some lessons that we learn. And then when the nodes come back, it's like, well, now did I really learn them? Or am I gonna have to, you know, go through some of the same things. And that really does happen with recurring eclipses. So it's worth it to look back at those time periods. Anyway, let's move forward to the end of the year 2021 in November, here's something really interesting that's happening, this happens. This is you know, it's a very common thing, but you're gonna see, right about the time when the nodes are changing signs, they're just about to change signs at the end of the year here into Scorpio and Taurus. Later in the year, of course, will do quite a bit to explore the meaning of the nodes in Taurus and Scorpio. But on November 19, we have a full moon happening in Taurus. And you can see it's really close to the north node in Gemini. So the eclipse is being formed out of sign. These eclipses are like little previews of the next eclipses to happen in the next signs.
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So you can look also at the Taurus Scorpio houses in your chart and think, okay, there's some pretty big changes that are going to start happening in those areas, starting in 2022. And you're getting a little sneak preview of that through the whole sign house of Taurus and your birth chart at the very end of the year. But then to round out the year, we have one final eclipse in Sagittarius. And that eclipse is going to happen on December 4. So here on December 4, you can see one last big solar eclipse new new sort of New Moon new beginning. Interesting that it's with Mercury again, it's it's coinciding with a pretty close, you know, Sun's almost very recently conjoined with Mercury was the same thing that happened during the summer with the solar eclipse in Gemini. So now you're looking at that Sagittarian area, a South node Eclipse and by contrast, by the way, I should step back a second and say that that North Node Eclipse in Gemini, you're thinking of a reset kind of a revisionary reset. But the north node usually is more about material ambitions, meaning the things that we're doing in the world, the storylines that we're invested in, the ambitions that we have and the outcomes that we're hoping for. For in material circumstance in material things, the South node tends to be a little bit more otherworldly. So that that North Node Eclipse during the summer is probably going to be more about things like business, love, relationships, family, you know, wherever it's landing in your chart, it'll be about more involvement in the world, not less, whereas the South node eclipses, especially this one in December, where you get this the last kind of the last solar eclipse in Sagittarius before the nodes change signs. And in Jupiter sign. Again, there's going to be this emphasis on things like beliefs, religion, knowledge, some, some to some degree, our authority or inner sense of authority and what we believe is true or right or good. The kind of paradigm that we're living in our beliefs or convictions get highlighted with the sagittarian eclipses so so that'll come up at the very end of the year, December 4, and again, look to the whole sign house of Sagittarius. Okay, so the other thing that I wanted to do today was to talk a little bit about Jupiter's entrance into Pisces. It's a funny year for Jupiter because occasionally Jupiter will just blaze through an entire you takes about a year for Jupiter to go through one sign, but occasionally it'll blaze through one sign really quickly. And then within the year, you're going to get kind of a double dipping where it's like, it's like okay, I'm gonna I'm gonna go into Pisces for a little bit, I'm gonna go I'm gonna be in, I'm gonna be in Aquarius, I'm gonna go into Pisces, and we're gonna come back to Aquarius. So let's take a look at one that happens. And let's run it, we're gonna run it through the 12 signs and just talk a little bit about it. So first of all, I'm gonna, I'm gonna actually eliminate everything on the screen that you're looking at, except for Jupiter. So, Jupiter really runs through Sagittarius through Aquarius really quickly, and then you're going to see it pop into Pisces. So, what I want to do now is I'm going to put Aries on the ascendant and here's the timeframe May 14, you're going to see Jupiter change into Pisces, this is really positive thing for Jupiter because Jupiter has was in Capricorn its fall, and then an Aquarius Saturn sign back to back being in Saturn sign now it's coming back into its own sign, which means that it's not being filtered through you're not getting a Jupiter that's actually got like this underlying Saturnine quality, now you have a Jupiter that's more naturally itself more, it's like more, you know, sort of, typically Jupiterian. So now watch how this works. You're going to see Jupiter hang out in Pisces, all the way through July and it retrogrades it's it's retrograding a little bit before that. Let's go back to the retrograde moment. So comes in May, and then you're going to see it station and turn retrograde right around the summer solstice, we're talking about June 21, into the 22nd. And then we go forward and into July you're going to see that Jupiter retrogrades and goes back into Aquarius, and that is going to happen right about July 28. So you have this period from mid May through the end of July where it's like welcome Jupiter in Pisces, a very like faithful, watery, uplifting, optimistic, sometimes almost exaggeratedly. So, Jupiter. And that's going to mean something different for everybody. The first thing I'll say is that it's generally a good thing that Jupiter is in its own sign. So you're probably looking at more positive significations wherever it's landing in your chart, it's going to tend to bring out good joopa terian things in that area of your life.
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Okay, so if you're an Aries rising, this little patch in 2021 is going to land Jupiter, or Aries sun or rising you can use the same it'll land in your 12th hole sign house. Now, normally, I would say like any planet going into your 12th house can be a little harrowing. The good thing about Jupiter in your 12th houses it often has to do with the recovery or restoration of faith that has been lost, or it has to do with redemption or being found when you feel other or alien or different. Suddenly you're found by a group, by friends by faith, by hope. It also has a lot to do with charity, compassion, humanitarian work, the desire to help those who are suffering. So, Jupiter in the 12th is bringing hope into dark places or bringing order into places where there is some sense of chaos. There's also in the 12th, an exploration on the more challenging side of the shadows of our faith or beliefs or convictions if they are too fanatical. Or if we tend toward delusional belief systems or something like that, there may be an exploration of the shadow of knowledge, teachers teachings authority, and some of those things can be a little, there can be undermining influences that are Jupiterian, in nature that we have to learn how to sort of weed out. So for Aries rising, that's the those are some of the main themes that I'm looking at this year.
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If you roll it back to Taurus rising, you're going to see Jupiter in your 11th house, there is a really nice energy coming in around the topic of groups, communities, friends, allies, whether it's religious or spiritual with Jupiter in the 11th a pretty good chance that it could be, or educational or academic, teachers and community, friendships, allies, and a commonality of belief or vision for the future, this is a really nice place for Jupiter should bring some really good people are good. And it could very well just be that you're really enjoying being able to by the middle of the summer, or by sometime over the summer, perhaps starting to go back to seeing people and being in public, again for a lot of us. So those are some things to look for. On the shadow side, you can always have groups of people where the ideology is driving the discourse in a way that's like unhealthy or negative or where there is some kind of over the top quality that you that you get lost in, it's always a possibility for Jupiter in Pisces.
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Now we go to Gemini rising, we're going to see this playing out in your career house. So if you're a Gemini rising this is a period where you're getting a preview of some really big things that are coming for your career area of your chart in 2022, you're getting kind of a preview of it between May and July. And when Jupiter is in the 10th, usually there's going to be an expansion of work, authority, responsibility, fame or successor recognition. Also teachers, mentors, people that are taking on that role yourself to be a teacher or a mentor. Of course, the question of power, authority, knowledge, beliefs, ideals within the workplace or within your work in the world can be, you know, topic of conversation, that's not always easy, as well. So that's where it's heading, if you're a Gemini rising.
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Now, if you are a Cancer rising, it's in your ninth house, and it has a lot to do with faith and beliefs. And this could be religious, spiritual, or academic community kind of vibe, but also learning perhaps travelling abroad or but it's a preview of something that's going to come on full strength in 2022, as well, I see a lot of people Jupiter in the ninth going back to school, finding teachers, mentors, spiritual guides, or spiritual practices, as well as sometimes taking really meaningful trips abroad. So those are some of the things that I would watch were there, of course, again, the question about teachers and teachings and clarifying beliefs. Jupiter can be like a charismatic preacher in the ninth house, and you just have to make sure you're on the same page as that preacher and not getting taken in by something that doesn't really resonate for you.
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So let's move forward into Leo rising, Leo rising puts Jupiter in the eighth. This is like you couldn't really ask for the most part for a better Jupiter in it for a better planet to enter your eighth house, right? Because the eighth house can be very difficult. People talk about it with a lot of key words that can be boiled down, like death, sex, all this stuff. Most of it's not so accurate insofar as the eighth house is really a place of the karmic debts and obligations that we have to other people or that they have to us. And usually there's a connotation of there being like penalty or owing something like taxes or like loans and debts, but also those that other people have to us. The more positive attribute of this house is good things that come to us through other people through the resources assets, time, money, energy of others, it was called the esteem of others. So do people like you or not? Jupiter in the eighth can mean that you're being given something from other people or that sometimes it can mean a big debt that's owed or a big something that has to be given to somebody else, an obligation to somebody else. That's a lot. Jupiter is a lot better. They can also be some really joyful celebration of giving and of helping, and of also receiving support from others. A lot of people I've seen receive inheritance when Jupiter enters the eighth. Now sometimes that's going to come with like an maybe an older family member passing or something like that. But that theme of karmic bills that come due is part of the eighth but when Jupiter's there, it's kind of like there's a silver lining that's going to ease that or that's going to alleviate that difficulty or there's or what comes to you is somehow good or what you're going to give to others is somehow good. The only thing to be careful of is not developing a martyr complex with Jupiter in the eighth where you feel like your worth is based on how much you can give of yourself to others and be the helper the giver. You know, like like that if it goes too far you might get burnt out or you may find yourself in some kind of codependent situation that's not healthy.
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If you are a Virgo rising. Jupiter in Pisces will be in your seventh house of relationships. So marriage relationships, sexuality, it's not uncommon for there to be a new relationship or for a relationship to become more committed to meet someone new. Sometimes very I really rarely see Jupiter in the seventh resulting unless it's a debilitated Jupiter resulting in people splitting up, it usually has more to do with something expanding in the partner's life, like their career or their finances, or their getting healthy again, or the relationship itself is growing in some way or you're meeting somebody new, or maybe your sex life is improving somehow. Or your dating life in general. There can be like almost romantic or I would call them romantic/sexual healing that happens when Jupiter's in a water sign in the seventh. It can result in pregnancy. The seventh house was traditionally associated with sex, and Jupiter in a fertile water sign in that seventh house can rain relationships, and it can rain babies. So if you so be careful about that if you don't if you're not planning for one. The other thing is that Jupiter in the seventh can be a signal of the entrance of the guru or the teacher or the sage or sages plural or teachings that somehow enter your life and start reorienting your social experience. In that way. It's not totally different from Jupiter in the ninth to the 11th where spiritual teachings of some kind and teachers can enter your life in a really powerful way. Or Jupiterian figures in some way and you have to be careful because again Jupiter in Pisces can be a could be a like a charismatic cult leader. So you know make sure that you're being very discerning but probably not probably. Well dignified Jupiter for most people is going to bring positive things into your life through relationships.
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Now, if we move this forward again, to Libra rising, Jupiter is in the six now the six was traditionally called the joy of Mars and the house of misfortune is associated with sickness, servitude, and slavery as well as hard work blood, sweat and tears. And it was also associated with selfless service and sacrifice as in the laying down of one's life for a cause as ian soldier in like the Army or something. So Jupiter, in this house can be about putting our putting our money where our mouth is, you know what I mean? Where we, we have to walk the talk, and we have to enact our faith or our beliefs in the world in tangible ways that are born of some degree of humility or self sacrifice, the sixth house can be very humiliating place or it can be a very humbling place. And with Jupiter there, there's also a kind of a confidence and a faith, which is a nice mix. It has the feeling of someone who might take up a cause or a mission or care for selfless care for others. Like sort of charity, compassionate work, but there's going to be an edge to it, there's going to be a reason why you get into something like this, why a cause becomes important to or there's going to be something that you're working toward that you feel has redemptive value and is worth the sacrifice and difficulty. It's also a sign that like there may be difficulties but through them is the development of knowledge faith through them comes teachers and learning through them comes redemption. So I like this for Libras it's not an easier but it will be uplifting with Jupiter in that in that year, but an easy period of time made in July, right? It's giving you a preview for what 22 is 2022 is going to be like.
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So let's move Scorpio into the ascendant and when we put Scorpio in the ascendant Jupiter goes into the fifth house. This is great. Again like if you don't want to get pregnant. Be careful because this is such a pregnancy transit. Jupiter in a water sign in the fifth is very conducive to romantic affairs, creativity, love, pregnancy children. It's a very joyous transit, it can also be about going over the top with something, say for example, gambling, Jupiter in the fifth can go to extremes in the name of pleasure the pursuit of pleasure or happiness. But it's also genuinely where faith, knowledge, joy and optimism come together with with creativity and beauty and good fortune. So it's a really nice place to have Jupiter for the year. And you know, a lot of the times when Jupiter's in the fifth what I see if someone is going to get pregnant is going to be a pretty joyous thing. I can honestly say that, sometimes people get pregnant, it's going to be Saturn in their fifth or Mars in their fifth or something when they get pregnant, and see that the pregnancy or the circumstances have some elements of difficulty in them. And typically, not always, but typically when Jupiter's in the fifth and a person gets pregnant, there's really a lot of joy behind the whole thing. And even it can even see people through difficulties in terms of like, you know how they carry or getting their life set up or having a kid or it just for whatever reason that Jupiter in the fifth tends to deliver a more joyful experience of pregnancy.
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So let's go forward to Sagittarius on the ascendant. If you're sad rising, this little Jupiter periods gonna land in your fourth house, which is home and family, parents land, property, roots and foundation, really nice for building wealth, buying a home, you know, setting aside money, investing money, possibly inheriting something from the family, it's also a good time for the expansion or growth of family. It's another one that you could see pregnancy through. It's also one where the idea of the family starting to develop like religious or spiritual rituals together or the idea of religion in the family, as a topic to be explored for better or worse can come up, you're also going to see in general that you are more personally, you know, attuned to the, the business of the home and family like it's like when Jupiter goes into that house. There's this sense of the importance it carries a weight you know, Jupiter called the heavy one the guru in Indian astrology. So, it carries a weight family topics will become like like weightier. The other thing is that Jupiter in the fourth weirdly, I know that sounds strange, but Jupiter in the fourth sometimes does coincide with the passing or death of certain family members, usually, obviously the older ones. And the reason for that is that you have to remember that Zeus in in ancient astrology is the the overseer of cosmic justice. And he is associated with the law with karmic law A lot of people think that Saturn it's not an ancient astrology it was Jupiter. And so Jupiter can actually coincide with the in the fourth house with the judge the justice that needs to take place around family or parents or family members. And that does include we all have a karmic bill due in the form of our our lives, eventually, we're all gonna die. That's one of the bills that we have do. So when Jupiter comes to the fourth, sometimes it brings that sense of karmic cosmic justice around to family members. Usually, you know, Jupiter's going to reward us with abundance, but just never underestimate Jupiter's power to deliver, like to restore some sense of cosmic balance are order and it often does. So you will you will be shocked to see how often Jupiter is involved in the charts of death. So most people, I hope at some point, I hope to do a talk on that because it's really a stunning thing that most people don't know about Jupiter. I talked about it in my classes.
Acyuta-bhava Dasa 33:53
Acyuta-bhava Dasa 33:53
Alright, so let's go to Capricorn rising if you're a Capricorn rising, we're putting this into your third house. Now I the way that the best way to explain the third house is going to be in terms of like, if you know I work from home, so it's an easy sort of analogy for me. I work from home and throughout my day, including, you know, my spiritual practices, preparing and making these talks, speaking with clients hanging out with my kids. There's like patterns of movement and activity all around my home. And there's something called the home. But then there's this kind of circumambulation of activity around it. And the third house really has to do with that, that place of constantly moving energy around the roots. That's why it's associated, for example, with journalism where we recap what's happened around the city, around the world. We have this common space that we all live in, and then What's the news? What is the daily comings and goings in that place? That's the third house, which is also why it ends up getting sort of peripherally associated with things like siblings and neighbours who are also sort of spread out but share the same roots as we do. And it's also why you see topics like short journeys and travel and the mind and communication technology and media, it's trying to what you're trying to get at is that kind of sphere of activity. When Jupiter enters that sphere of activity, there's a lot of learning, teachers, knowledge, there's a sense of bringing or restoring order to your everyday environment or getting more organised sometimes. Also sometimes the hand of the Divine is going to sort of speak through that local environment. And so what I also want to say is that your local environment is going to be a bit more of a lightning rod for the Oracle for spirits and guides to kind of come through and talk to you. It's a very good year for dreams, the interpretation of dreams. The third house was associated with the Moon and with divination, in ancient astrology, the third house was called goddess. And it really has to do with this kind of the psychic bio matrix of life that's always hustling and bustling around our roots. So when Jupiter comes in, you're bringing the sage you're bringing the giver of knowledge and a planet that has so much to do with faith and piety and order and so forth. So you kind of have that presence coming into your immediate sphere occupying your mind being a part of how you speak or teach or listen or communicate. So watch for that.
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All right, let's move into Aquarius we put Aquarius on the ascendant and Jupiter's going into your second house. Now that means that the topic of money finances income and expenses are going to be impacted and you're getting a preview again of what's coming during this May to July time for 2022 so you know when Jupiter is in your second house the you know it's it's spend big earned big you can you can earn a lot more you can get cash windfalls, you know and even launch successful businesses or find success in your career or advancement or promotion. You can restore unity order in your financial life by paying off debt. There can be a lot of really good things around money and finances at the same time. What is Jupiter do likes to spend big, you know, it can be a planet that goes inflates or exaggerates our desire for material things as well. In a sense, I like to think of you know, Jupiter is like that the horn of plenty the cornucopia, right. And the main thing is that if you're in it, if you remember that Jupiter in your second is there to bless you. But it's also you keep the blessing to the degree that you pass it on. When Jupiter's in the second house, the more you get horti and, you know, kind of covetous and stuff like that, the more that that Jupiter in the second can seems to end up resulting in like big expenses or even big, big losses financially, it's a funny thing, because most people would only read Jupiter in the second leg sort of straight up positive, right, but there's that kind of other side to it.
Acyuta-bhava Dasa 38:06
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Alright, so finally, if you're a Pisces rising, we're putting it in your first house. And congratulations, you know, you've had Jupiter, you know, moving through your chart for 12 years. And once every 12 years, your ruling planet comes back to your home sign and it's for me, whenever you know the the Jupiter return happens in your chart wherever it is. Or when it comes back to that first house if you were born with it in the first or if you're in this case of your Pisces rising. There's such a moment of personal renewal, renewal of faith, renewal of direction, a renewal of your sense of meaning and direction in life. And it's sometimes especially after coming out of the 12th house where we can feel like we're wandering or we're in no man's land a little bit comes into the first and it's it's a birthing moment. But it's also a restoration of faith, a sense of your your purpose and direction in life overall. It can also coincide with eating too much or sort of putting on weight and overdo sort of overdoing things or getting high on yourself, which is not so good. But for most people like I'd say 90% of my clients when Jupiter comes around, it's a year of personal renewal, excitement, enthusiasm, a sense of getting, you know, what's that movie, Stella Got Her Groove Back or whatever. It's kind of like that, like you've got, you've got your groove back. And especially again for the past year or so. But this is by 2022 now we're talking about you're going to have patches of Jupiter and Saturn in your 12th house where you might be labouring with something and sorting through what influences or what aspects of your own psyche are helpful or which are undermining you in some way. So Jupiter coming into the first can be really clarifying and uplifting. I also see I mean it's true. Sometimes people sort of balloon out and eat way too much and stuff like that when Jupiter comes into the first but I often see people getting on new health regimens or just sort of feeling together again, it's like the Bestower of cosmic order has come back to your first house the place of self and identity and health and body. So I really like Jupiter in the first house for Pisces this year.
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Alright, so that is Jupiter through the 12 signs. I hope that you have been enjoying this. I am going to close it down a little early today. And I thank you so much for everything that you guys have given me in the last year. I'm so excited for a new year together, hanging out talking astrology all year. Remember that there are just 24 hours left in my Kickstarter. Here's the link in the comments section. And you have 24 hours left to save on all my programmes for 2021. You can use the tuition that you pick up half off through my Kickstarter for my spring programmes or my fall programmes. If you end up not being able to make them you can carry that forward. And also, don't forget that you can pick up a deep dive into the astrology of 2021 or your sun and rising sign horoscopes for the whole year ahead when you donate comes with those cool calendars. So that's it. I hope that you guys have a very blessed day. I'm very fortunate to get to, like I said to get to hang out with all of you and looking really looking forward to a big awesome year ahead. Hopefully a lot better than 2020 was there's so many blessings in 2020 but it was a really difficult year.