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horoscope for Aquarius
This is the month that you have been waiting for and while 2021 is the year that everything until now has led up to and everything from now will lead on from, the shift doesn't happen on New Year's Day it happens before Christmas. With the Sun always returning to Aquarius in January and with your birthday month and new solar year always starting three weeks into any year, you have been subconsciously programmed to end the year waiting for a fresh start in the New Year. With a new calendar and solar year starting within three weeks of each other, December is more a month for wrapping things up and for completing this year, ready for a fresh start next month. However, the future will come calling much sooner than that, when Saturn returns to Aquarius on 17th December and Jupiter just three days later on 20th December. You begin a new calendar and solar year every 12 months but you only begin a new Saturn system every three decades and a new Jupiter cycle once every 12 years yet you have these two major life cycles beginning within days of each other. This dwarfs the new beginnings in the New Year and opens major new doors before Christmas. Saturn is in Aquarius until 2023 but Jupiter will spend 2021 opening as many new doors and creating as many options as possible. This is the first time that Saturn and Jupiter have been in Aquarius at the same time in decades but their alignment here from 20th December to 24th December is their first and only alignment in Aquarius in our lifetime. The two most powerful planets in the solar system will come together in the days leading up to Christmas to put their combined weight into opening new doors. Ironically, it is just a day later that the Sun will return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart to begin the wind down of your current solar year. However, as this is where Saturn and Jupiter have just left, this will be more a case of tying off loose ends without having to wait to embrace the future.