December 2020 Astrology Forecast
In episode 281 astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan look at the astrological forecast for December of 2020.
The astrology of December features a solar eclipse in Sagittarius, and a great Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in Aquarius.
We spend the first 30 minutes of the episode recapping how some of the astrology of November worked out, and then we dive into the astrology of December.
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The most auspicious astrological date we could find in December is:
December 19, 2020, at approximately 9:30 AM, with early Aquarius rising
There are a few other charts for December that we presented in our private subscriber-only electional astrology podcast:
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00:00:50 Animated astrology chart for December
00:01:50 Review of what happened in November
00:02:20 Review of Mercury retrograde station on election day
00:02:20 Review of Mercury retro station on election day
00:10:08 Pam Ciampi’s prediction about election day
00:15:34 Jupiter-Pluto conjunction + Mars station review
00:32:42 December forecast begins
00:35:08 Lunar eclipse in Gemini
00:47:25 Solar eclipse in Sagittarius
00:58:12 Vaccines and the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction
01:05:15 Minor transits in December
01:07:24 Jupiter and Saturn move into Aquarius
01:14:47 Saturn in Capricorn retrospective
01:20:40 Saturn in Aquarius for 3 years
01:23:15 Does the Age of Aquarius begin now?
01:36:25 Auspicious electional chart for December
01:45:45 The great conjunction as a long-term cycle
01:49:00 Mars-Pluto square
01:54:00 Mars gaining speed & planetary speed in general
01:56:50 Saturn-Pluto conjunction finally ending
02:01:25 Cardinal signs finally catch a break
02:05:00 Full Moon in Cancer on December 29
02:10:50 Snapchat releases native birth chart feature
02:13:00 2020 is over?
02:18:28 News and announcements
02:21:10 Cat watch 2020