2021 Capsolar

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2021 Capsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Sep 13, 2020 1:57 pm

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For the United States, the 12 months beginning January 14, 2021 are more severe than 2020. A striking difference is that 2021 will be a year of action, whereas 2020 was more a year of paralysis. This also means that 2021's threats will be more actively violent and conflictual. Saturn in Capricorn continues to define the time. Pluto enters Capricorn until 2039. Autonomous survival and isolative self-sufficiency are hallmarks of the post-COVID world.

In the 2021 Capsolar, two partile aspects have the loudest voices.

MARS squares SATURN (0°34') with Mars 0°29' and Saturn 0°18' from an angle. Harsh, hateful, hurtful, and destructive, Mars-Saturn incites many forms of destruction and hardship: Deadly violence, fires and explosions, and financial crises are among the kinds of event it accompanies. In an annual chart, its psychological impact is worse: Mars-Saturn fosters hate and the conflict that arises from feeling powerless, shamed, and diminished. In the United States, 2021 will feel like our nation is filled with primitives competing for basic survival amidst widespread hardship.

Nearly as close (but not as closely angular) is JUPITER square URANUS (0°42'). This aspect does not usually occur for disasters (except for floods). Jupiter-Uranus is 2021's aspect of recovery and salvation through scientific advances and social revolution. This broadly, boldly liberal combination does not mean that we have a new broadly liberal administration: It might mean that, or we might have a replay of 2017 when the incoming Trump administration triggered a renewal of in the street liberal political activism not seen in 50 years.

Jupiter-Uranus means ideological rebellion (both peaceful and violent) and remapping the larger social contract in which liberal social and political agendas demand wider horizons, expanded opportunities, civil liberties, and enhanced diversity. Inventiveness, new technology and tech vision, futurism, and “good science” engage popular imagination. At its best, it signifies collective optimism and anticipation of good change amidst terrible conditions.

These two dynamics compete throughout 2021, but not in mutually neutralizing isometric tension: 2021 will be a year of activity and activism, though rarely gentle or well-behaved. Mars conjoins Uranus: For the U.S., they are foreground and Moon squares Uranus (1°10') and Mars (2°27') mundanely. Mars-Uranus is explosive: If physical bombs aren't detonating then psychological "bombshells" are exploding. It means surprise attack and sudden action, the "lightning war" of blitzkrieg. Moon-Uranus promises swiftly changing circumstances that require rapid adaptation and response. Moon-Mars is most worrisome: Besides its broad sense of emergency and typical Mars expressions of violence, fire, disaster, and damage, it is an aspect of assassination and other severe crises for a nation's leaders. Whoever sits in the Oval Office in 2021 will have unusually severe challenges.

Mars squares Jupiter (2°13') suggests economic crisis, especially from aggressive spending. In fact, Jupiter aspects to Mars and Saturn threaten markets (as Pluto, Saturn, and Jupiter in Capricorn show shifting conditions in banking and institutional economic management). This may not be terrible: We surely need to consume significant resources for economic recovery. Also, this year of action includes spinning up the wheels of industry once more: Mars-Jupiter is consistent with economic expansion (greater industry and productivity), as Jupiter-Saturn is consistent with structural investment. Rebuilding infrastructure at many levels is a priority.

Mars-Jupiter is stormy (including destructive weather), but its essential momentum is forward and expansive with an enterprising spirit. I expect it to be useful to recovery. Post-pandemic, I anticipate an era of opportunity for new entrepreneurs and a renewal of entrepreneurial spirit in the country (after so many businesses have collapsed to create a vacuum, and their former principals have lost so heavily: capital investment in new business will be readily available). If that does not occur in 2021, at least the cultural and economic reorganization making it possible will be well underway. (A wide Mercury-Jupiter mundane conjunction is optimistic in this regard.)

KEEP YOUR EYES ON RUSSIA THIS YEAR. Moscow's ingresses have been vague for several years: This year, Moscow has the same two aspects most closely foreground as Washington. However, Jupiter-Uranus is closer, Mars-Saturn second closest. If we find ourselves in direct competition or conflict, Moscow has the advantage over Washington and may be part of the "surprise attack" threat Washington's Capsolar shows.
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Major transits to the 2021 Capsolar

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Sep 13, 2020 1:58 pm

Transits to Capsolar angles have described the primary segments of 2020. We have substantially the same planets transiting angles in 2021. Here are the time breakouts for outer planet transits to angles and Moon. (I've only listed Mars transits if they overlap the others.) Notice that only Jupiter transits Capsolar Moon or its progression, and these are likely to be the reprieve periods we need during the year. (February should be a pretty good month, according to this.)

Jan 14-29: t Saturn sq. MC
-- Jan 14-17: t Mars conj. MC

Feb 2-19: t Jupiter op. Asc

Feb 28-Mar 19: t Jupiter conj. s/p Moon

Mar 30-May 26: t Pluto op. EP

Mar 22-Jul 27: t Saturn op. Asc
Apr 28-Jul 28: t Uranus sq. Asc
-- Jun 5-19: t Mars conj. EP or sq. MC
-- Jun 28-Jul 4: t Mars conj. Asc

Aug 24-Sep 6: t Jupiter conj. p Moon

Sep 11 to END: t Uranus sq. Asc
Dec 19 to END: t Saturn op. Asc
Dec 22-Jan 4: t Jupiter conj. p Moon
-- Oct 31-Nov 6: t Mars op. MC
-- Nov 15-20: t Mars sq. Asc
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