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Astrology in Summer and Autumn 2020 - A Competition of Final Dispositors

Astrology in Summer and Autumn 2020 - A Competition of Final Dispositors

When a planet is in one of its home signs, it tends toward its most natural expression. Because a planet in its home sign is very powerful and comfortable being itself, it tends to dominate its own stage, as well as the backdrop to any other planet in a sign it rules.

When a planet is in its home sign, it is at its strongest. It may not be on a growth trajectory; that is the sign of a planetary exaltation. When a planet is in one of the signs it rules, it is “in charge” from its strength in its home.

A planet in its home sign is said to be a “dispositor” of all planets in either of the signs it rules. Because Saturn is in Capricorn and rules Capricorn and Aquarius, it is called the “final dispositor” of all planets occupying either of those signs. Because Mars is in Aries and rules Aries and Scorpio, it is the “final dispositor” of all planets occupying those signs. That means the upcoming Scorpio transits will have a distinctively Aries backdrop, unlike 2019, when Mars was in Libra during most of the Scorpio transits. Scorpio with a backdrop in Libra is MUCH different than Scorpio with a backdrop in Aries!

We’re in a fairly long run of several planets occupying their home signs for a very long time. As you know, Neptune has been in Pisces since 2011 and won’t leave until 2026, meaning it is the lord of its realm during this period.

As the spiritual ruler of Sagittarius and Pisces, Neptune is comfortable in its watery realm, and being strong, is indicative of the general level of delusion and seduction going on in the mass consciousness. It is as though past and present have infused each other, with medieval beliefs being used as a counter to science.

We’ve also had Saturn in Capricorn since December 2017, so it too has been the visible dominant ruler on the stage of life. As it also rules Aquarius, Saturn will continue to be very strong until March 2023, so get used to Saturn, our “Spiritual Master and Spiritual Friend,” being extremely powerful till then. At least it’s already shown us a brief look at its Aquarian nature in April, May, and June, preparing us for the coming Great Mutation ushering in a new 20 year Aquarian era and new 200 year Air era!

When Jupiter was in Sagittarius between November 2018 and December 2019, it was in one of its home signs, and got to share dominant backdrop and foreground presence with Saturn and Neptune. As it will be in Pisces in May, June, and July 2021, January through May 2022, and October through December 2022, we’ll again have three final dispositors among the 5 outermost planets!

When Mars entered Aries in late June, it was again in one of its home signs, where it will remain until January 2021. This makes it a third final dispositor along with Saturn and Neptune during the next few months.

In August, we had the Sun as a fourth final dispositor during its time in Leo, and currently still have four because Mercury is in its home sign of Virgo. This run will end on September 5 when Mercury enters Libra, after which Mars, Saturn, and Neptune will again rule by themselves. This will last until Venus enters Libra in late October, so in November we’ll again have four final dispositors, with Venus and Mars both in their home signs opposing each other. Sounds like a dance to me!

The study of dispositors, mutual receptions, and chains of dispositors often explains why things are manifesting as they are. By knowing the backdrop to the play, we get the context of the color and texture of the setting. Dispositors are how the stage is set.

Sometimes final dispositors get along, and sometimes they don’t. Right now Mars is favorable to Neptune, but in conflict with Saturn. Mercury is opposed Neptune, favorable to Saturn, and dances between friction, interactive specialization, and “expansion through sacrifice/adjustment” relationships with Mars. So our four current final dispositors have a very complex relationship with each other. Is it any wonder the world in in the shape it’s in?

Especially with Mars and Saturn where they are, we have two powerful planets each in their home sign in friction with each other. This is working out on the world stage, as well as wherever we have late Aries and late Capricorn. Just remember this square requires positive Cancer and Libra energies as a balance to the grind of the square! Over the next few weeks, the Libra transits will create a powerful T-square, throwing integrative energies into late Cancer. I am reminded of a phrase in the I Ching, “One is enriched through unfortunate events.” Just keep your inner equilibrium, don’t forget your shields, and much will be resolved by the time Mars goes direct in mid-November just after the final inner planet opposition from Venus in Libra.

© Copyright 2020 Robert Wilkinson - https://www.aquariuspapers.com
Reprinted on crystalwind.ca with persmission from Robert Wilkinson.

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Robert WilkinsonRobert wilkinson An internationally-known astrologer, author, public speaker, metaphysician, and futurist, with over 25 years experience as a counselor and educator. He has presented hundreds of public talks on all aspects of Astrology, the Eastern Wisdom tradition, the Western Wisdom tradition and promoted many mass gatherings and cultural events. Some of his specific areas of interest and expertise include personality profiles, degree patterns, integrative astrology, various aspect harmonics, among others.
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