Near the end of the month, two of the brightest planets will meet up in the evening sky. On November 24, 2019. Venus, the brighter of the two, passes a mere 1.4 degrees south of Jupiter. If you hold your arm straight out in front of you and look at the width of your index finger that is how close, they will pass. The two will appear so close that they will appear in the same field of view of most binoculars and telescopes. Venus will be the brighter of the two objects. These two enemies will not conjunction again until February of 2021.
Some say that the star of Bethlehem was Venus and Jupiter conjunct in the sky. Together the brightest planets will of course look impressive and it’s no wonder the brilliant light could seem like the omen of a savior. A being that is as full of love, light and generosity as this vision promises. Venus and Jupiter are referred to as the great benefits—the most benevolent and expansive planets—so when they get together, conditions are bound to be bolstered. They offer abundance, sparkle, and excitement to everything they touch.
The Conjunctions Importance
While these two planets are often at odds with each other, the old saying opposites attract is true for this conjunction. If you have been waiting for your most luminous dreams to come true, you’re in luck! The stars are officially here to help. Venus conjunct Jupiter is considered a minor transit, but it’s also one of the most exciting and highly anticipated. This sparkling conjunction brings the two planets together in a positive light. This is a beautiful, fortunate aspect for any couple tying the knot. But it is also great for a profitable business partnership as well. It works best for careers that are to do with travel, art, spirituality, love, antiques, pampering, beauty and harmony.
A Word of Caution
Keep in mind that all that glitters is not gold. Be cautious of spending and overindulgence during this time of decadence. Travel may seem especially alluring during this conjunction; however, it is wiser to travel within your means, rather than arrive in rags and starving due to extravagant planning.