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Visual graph of the outer planet transits/conjuctions from 1700-2100 : astrology

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I’ve been working on charting the outer planet transits and conjunctions for a little while now to get a better visual overview of what the balance of sign energy has been at any given time and how it’s changed over the years… and I’ve come up with this. I’ve found it to be a handy tool for getting a sense of what the most prominent sign was at any given time. I kept it to outer planets because 1) They’re the most societal planets, giving influence to world events and generations and cultural shifts and whatnot, which is primarily what I wanted to look at. And 2) Doing any of the smaller, faster moving planets would have been a LOT more work!

The alignments of the graphic may not be absolutely perfect, so don’t take it as gospel for the exact placement and timing of each individual year… but this should give a good rough overview of the 5 to 10 year periods and where the outer planets were at the time.

I found laying out the conjunctions to be most interesting. The length that a conjunction stays active, until the next conjunction happens, can be hard to keep track of in your mind. I was surprised by which signs’ conjunction energy actually built the most at certain times. I had been under the impression that most of the late-1800s/early-1900s had been ruled most by Gemini energy, but after looking at the conjunctions laid out, we see this time was much more dominated by the build-up of Taurus energy that lingered well into the otherwise Gemini-dominated turn of the century. I found that again in the late-1900s/early-2000s, which I had assumed was mostly dominated by Sagittarius, Capricorn and Aquarian energy… but with the conjunctions, it looks like Libra was running the show from the 1950s all the way up to 2020, with the 70s, 80s especially, and 90s, being primarily Libran.

Anyway, just thought I’d post it here. What do you guys think?