Jupiter Conjunct Pluto November 12,2020
Updated: Nov 12, 2020
This week Jupiter will conjunct Pluto in Capricorn for the third time this year. The first conjunction on April 4th coincided with the first wave of COVID and lockdown, the second conjunction on June 30th with another spike in COVID cases and this week’s conjunction on the 12th represents the third wave and another lockdown.
There is of course more to this conjunction, as planets don’t only ever speak to one thing. We can expect the financial crisis to worsen and for governments to either increase aid to their citizens or initiate debt forgiveness programs if they haven’t done so already. It probably goes without saying that this is not the time for splurging or the time to get into more debt. It is, however, a good time to consolidate your debts.
Another negative side of this pairing is corruption and an increasing number of conspiracy theories. Be very particular about who you give your attention to.
Because Jupiter represents faith and religion and Pluto the occult, remember to look within for answers. Everyone’s spiritual path is unique. There is no “one way to God”. Choose your teachers carefully.
Pluto specifically is in the process of transforming society and financial and corporate institutions and on an individual level, Pluto is calling our attention to things that need remedying and correction.
Pluto also represents wealth and “hidden treasure”. I mention this because there is a good chance that Pluto, alongside helpful Jupiter, has helped you uncover some hidden or repressed talent or skill this year.
The house in which Capricorn falls in your birth chart reveals the area of your life that has gone and continues to undergo the greatest transformation.
Self. Self-image. Attitude, Self-Identity.
Income. Assets. Values. Job.
Your mind/thinking/communication. Siblings. Neighbours.
Home. Roots. Ancestors. Your relationship with your mother.
Romance. Children. Creativity. Self-expression.
Health. Fitness. Pets. Work habits. Sense of usefulness.
Relationships (romantic and business). Contracts. Interpersonal style.
Sex. Intimacy. Shared resources. Inheritances. Loans.
Wisdom. Learning. Cross-cultural relations.