Pushing through Time:
Synodic Cycles and their Developing Phases
from UAC 2018
From her new book, Georgia Stathis shares with you the concept of Synodic Cycles. Synodic cycles are when two planets conjoin. They vary from less than 2 years to 493 years, igniting brand-new energies wherever they conjoin in your chart and are inclusive of the houses they rule. 2020 offers us three! Saturn/Pluto (38-years); Jupiter/Pluto (13-years); and Jupiter/Saturn (20-years) all, interestingly enough, ending now. This lecture explores the meanings of many of these cycles and their evolution through time.