This week, three major transits occur to the degrees of the most recent major planet conjunctions.
Tomorrow, June 23, transiting Jupiter conjoins the degree of the last Jupiter-Pluto conjunction, which was 29°52' Sagittarius on April 4, 2020. I'm not sure how we might distinguish that from the current Jupiter-Pluto conjunction by itself, but we'll see. Also tomorrow, transiting Mars conjoins the degree of the last Jupiter-Uranus conjunction, which occurred at 2°09' Pisces on January 4, 2011.
Then, the next day, on Wednesday, June 24, the symbolism flips somewhat: Transiting Mars squares the last Saturn-Uranus conjunction, which occurred over 30 years ago at 3°14' Sagittarius on October 18, 1988.
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