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Published: Saturday, March 14th March 2020
The emergence of the Coronavirus has raised questions from many people along similar lines to why the events of 9/11 weren’t foreseen astrologically. The quatrains of Nostradamus have even been referred to in the hope of finding insights into this previously unknown phenomenon.
9/11 was undoubtedly a catastrophic event. Although we must take the Coronavirus seriously, its perception as catastrophic is something that has, to date, been generated mainly by the media.
If there’s one thing the media and the powers that control it love to do, it’s to create chaos and fear. After all, both are essential to control people. But let’s explore the links that exist between the Coronavirus and astrology.
A stellium is three or more planets gathered in one sign. For several months, six planets have been congregating in the traditional and structured sign of Capricorn. The stellium becomes particularly intense on March 18 2020, but I’ll say more about that later.
Capricorn represents structures we create and stick to because there were good reasons to introduce them in the first place. When you hear somebody say, ‘we do it that way because that’s how it has always been done,’ that’s a typical Capricornian influence.
Capricorn also rules older and wiser people – such as the elderly who are most at risk of the virus.
But when six planets get together in a sign that is conservative, reserved, and not particularly willing to embrace change, you can be certain that not only is a change coming, but structures are about to be destroyed and replaced.
One of the six planets in Capricorn is Pluto that rules destruction and transformation among many things. Pluto also governs what we prefer to sweep under the carpet or refuse to discuss at dinner tables. It represents pandemics and cycles surrounding life and death.
Another planet occupying Capricorn until the end of this year is Jupiter. Jupiter also has a long list of things it governs, but it has a keen interest in societal issues as well as expanding and magnifying anything it touches.
So, when Pluto and Jupiter get together, whatever is dark or concealed is not only brought into the open, but it is also prone to be overstated, dramatized or blown out of proportion. Jupiter and Pluto get together every 20 years. Because they are an integral part of the Capricorn stellium, their influence and impact are considerably more powerful this time around.
Lunar Nodes are associated with viruses. Chiron represents the need to address inner pain and healing. The Nodes and Chiron are currently at odds with each other.
This started in early January and will peak around mid-March. Some of the signs and symptoms associated with this event include vulnerability and the need to seek help or support from others.
However, when the Nodes and Chiron connect, you can be certain that destiny and karma are also involved. Therefore, we could learn essential lessons that affect our life direction individually – about what has happened, is occurring and has yet to unfold.
On December 1 2019, Jupiter entered Capricorn. It was around this time that the first known infected individual experienced symptoms.
On December 26 2019, the South Node, and a Total Solar Eclipse linked with Jupiter. The virus origins were identified.
On January 12 2020, Saturn linked with Pluto. The medical world made discoveries relating to the virus, and it received its name.
On February 16 2020, Mars entered Capricorn and became part of the stellium. The arrival of the planet of raw, crude energy and action in Capricorn coincided with an extraordinary increase in global outbreaks.
On March 18 2020, there will be a record number of six planets in Capricorn. Five will form an extremely tense link. Therefore, we can expect the period between March 18 and March 23 – when Mars and Pluto go head to head – to coincide with a significant increase in the spread of the virus.
After March 18 2020, developments become particularly interesting.
On March 21 2020, Saturn moves into Aquarius until July. With Saturn, Capricorn’s ruling planet, removed from the stellium, the strength of a significant contributor to the seriousness of the virus will diminish but won’t be removed completely.
Saturn’s influence in Aquarius will mark the start of a new era of the virus. It could also bring harsh lessons that we must learn from what has occurred. These lessons will likely form an integral part of society in the future.
Aquarius is a sign that craves freedom and independence. Saturn represents limitations and restrictions. Therefore, quarantine areas will likely increase significantly – and so too will travel restrictions. Our freedom is about to be curtailed more drastically than it is currently.
On April 1 2020, Mars forms an intense link with Saturn in Aquarius. This could be a critical date as far as the evolution of the virus is concerned. Fortunately, both Mars and Saturn have departed Capricorn by this time. We could see a noticeable decline in the spread of the virus.
On April 4 2020, Jupiter forms an intense link with Pluto, both in Capricorn. What occurs on or around this date could be extremely significant in terms of a new chapter or new beginning commencing with the virus.
Of all the planets involved with the stellium in Capricorn, it’s Pluto’s influence that I believe to be most influential and far-reaching. There is exceptionally strong evidence that Pluto’s conjunction with Jupiter coincided with the start of the virus and its spread.
However, as stated above, Pluto rules what we fear to face. It transforms in the same way a Phoenix rises from ashes. Pluto makes stronger and more resilient what it destroys and rebuilds.
As I write this on March 14 2020, the people of planet Earth are reacting and responding to a situation unlike anything we have experienced in our lifetime. We can make comparisons to panic, fear and uncertainty felt during two World Wars, but fight an invisible, unknown enemy this time.
We unite while monitoring the virus’s developments online and on social media. But we also witness sad displays of peoples’ survival instincts and mechanisms that divide us in other ways.
Pluto’s ability to transform could have an important message for all of us. Consider how we’re forced to stop, reassess working conditions or arrangements, or spend more time at home with those closest to us. We also have the option to spend time in solitude. This can be beneficial for anyone who chooses isolation to reacquaint themselves with themselves.
We all have our own story to tell about new priorities emerging. Let’s have faith in the saying that everything happens for a reason. Then, let’s trust that the reason will, ultimately, benefit us all.