• Astrological Predictions 2010

    Post by: The Numerologist Team| August 24, 2010| 1 Comment

    As the decade comes to an end, it is important to pay attention to astrological predictions 2010. These final two years will round off a most memorable start to the 21st century. These final two years signal several changes and oppositions, especially since an astrological study of the planet reveals that three very different planets stand at challenging positions.

    The beginning of the 21st century was entered into with much excitement coupled with an unavoidable degree of apprehension. The first few years of the decade have been difficult and the world saw the occurrence of events that changed individual lives and international relations forever. Now that we are in the final years of the decade, we still continue to struggle financially and emotionally, but what exactly do the years 2009 and 2010 have in store?

    Astrological predictions 2009 and 2010 show Jupiter moving into Aquarius. Pluto also moves into a different star sign, which may or may not bring good news. This move for Pluto has put it in challenging angles with both Uranus and Saturn, which are two very different entities.

    Jupiter’s move into Aquarius from Capricorn and its conjunct with Neptune mid-2009 reveals that something magical may be about to happen. It could occur in the form of unexpected positive change or in the advancement of peace and the cessation of ongoing conflicts. As 2009 begins, it is difficult to shake off the feeling that the financial trouble that the world is in today is only going to get worse. However, as Jupiter moves into Aquarius, which is a sign of altruism and equality, there may be home for the financial economy yet.

    Jupiter and Neptune, however, can also work together to create negative change. Keep in mind that Jupiter rules excesses. This penchant for the extreme can work together with Neptune’s hold of water. This can mean a chance of incessant rains, heavy flooding, and even disastrous water related events for 2009 and 2010. Some of these may come unexpectedly and in places where water has never been much of an issue before.

    Jupiter’s love of the excess can also extend its influence towards Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto. Saturn rules loss, while Pluto represents a possible threat of destruction, and Neptune rules sudden, unexpected, and shocking events. This can lead to the occurrence of disasters that can take thousands of lives and destroy architecture.

    The connection between Pluto and Neptune can also mean a time for sympathy and sadness. Together with the influences of Saturn, Pluto, and Uranus, this can mean the loss of a popular and well beloved leader. This can also lead to a great loss of human life through flood, tsunamis, strong earthquakes and hurricanes during the astrological period of 2009 and 2010.

    Astrological predictions for 2009 and 2010 also take into consideration a Pluto that remains in Capricorn and will do so until 2023. Pluto at its best can signify transformation, creation, healing, regeneration, and power. On the other hand, Pluto also signifies destruction, power struggles, and upheaval. Capricorn as a sign rules and represents churches, big business, governments and government officials, real estate, spy agencies, and the civil service.

    Pluto can either move for the advancement or the destruction of the things that Capricorn represents. Since Pluto entered the realm of Capricorn on January 2008, the world has been in financial crisis – especially focusing on the downfall of the real estate industry in the US and with big business establishments all over the world. This trend could continue until Pluto leaves the sign of Capricorn. There is even a danger of the world falling into a deep depression.

    However, there is still hope because of the positive influence of Jupiter’s conjunction with Neptune. Pluto in Capricorn can also lead to the further degeneration of already crumbing religious organizations around the world. There is a possibility that the Catholic Church will continue to loose followers.

    The Astrological period of 2009 and 2010 will also see Saturn and Uranus at challenging positions. Saturn rules the conservative and it thrives in constancy. Uranus on the other hand is exudes and excited energy that is always moving towards change. This challenge between the stationary and the mobile can lead to conflict and opposition. However, as long as change occurs at a reasonable rate, there is hope that things will even out. This can also be a very trying time for change as it will be forced to slow down and present itself in a more reasonable manner to the proponents of the static.

    Despite the possible doom and gloom, Aquarius’ prominence in astrological predictions in 2009 and 2010 can lead people to take their future into their own hands. This could be the time of emergent new leaders. This can also mean the growth of communities and can lead to new connections and better relationships.