If you’re out and about at dusk this week, and the sky is cloud-free, you should be able to see Venus and Jupiter – the two brightest lights in the heavens – close to each other. They will be at their closest on 30th June and 1st July, although they will continue to be in view well into August.To astrologers this is one of the most auspicious events in the astrological calendar.
To have the Lesser Benefic (Venus) and the Greater Benefic (Jupiter) in conjunction is considered to be a portent of great good fortune. Not only this but as July marches on both Venus and Jupiter will be in range of the fixed star, Regulus – the royal star. It will be fascinating to see what impressive events occur at this time, and especially if any of those developments involve royal families.
Here in the UK we have already had a star event with the arrival of Princess Charlotte Elizabeth in May, but there may be more important royal events to come.Venus and Jupiter may not be able to bring about world peace but even a small difference could lead to great things in the future.
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