Do eclipses influence geopolitics?

Do eclipses influence geopolitics?,

The astronomical phenomenon of the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in Aquarius in December 2020 has been a subject of intense speculation and discourse. While some astrological experts argue that such celestial events could significantly impact political and social shifts on a global scale, it’s imperative to distinguish between belief and scientifically substantiated analysis.

Astrology and Global Politics: The Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn

Beliefs and Realities: The Contested Impact of Jupiter and Saturn’s Conjunction on Global Shifts

This article delves into the intersection of astrological beliefs and recent global events to provide a balanced viewpoint on how these factors may, or may not, be interacting on the world stage.

Since 2016, astrological experts have pointed to the potential for major social and political changes following the conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in Aquarius, which occurred on December 21, 2020.

According to these forecasts, recent events could be considered the outset of a series of global transformations. In various regions worldwide, polarizing social and political movements have emerged, sometimes buoyed by fervent groups.

Some analysts posit that this period of flux might be exacerbated by future astronomical events, such as the next two solar eclipses set to cross the United States. However, it’s crucial to acknowledge that these perspectives are grounded in astrological beliefs rather than scientific analysis.

Conflicts like those in Russia and Ukraine or Palestine and Israel are often cited as examples of escalated tensions in recent times. Yet, it’s essential to remember that the roots of these conflicts are deep and intricate, and cannot be attributed to a single cause or event.

Solar Eclipses and Geopolitics: Realities on the 2024 Horizon

Celestial Shifts, Earthly Changes: How Upcoming Eclipses Could Impact Global Politics and Economics

Next Saturday, October 14, at 1:59 p.m. Washington D.C. time, an annular solar eclipse is expected, reaching its peak at 21°07′ of Libra. Six months later, on Monday, April 8, 2024, at 2:17 p.m., another celestial event will unfold: a total solar eclipse at 19°23′ of Aries.

It’s noteworthy that both shadow cones will intersect over San Antonio, Texas, the seventh most populous city in the United States.

These events may have implications for the United States economy and politics. The first eclipse might be related to potential macroeconomic imbalances, while the second is associated with a possible waning of American global influence.

The U.S. presidential elections are slated for November 5, 2024, and the celestial phenomena could affect the electoral outcome or the country’s politics, although this remains speculative. On the other hand, geopolitical tensions, including China’s ascent on the world stage, are the subject of intricate and multifactorial analysis that goes beyond astrology.

Regrettably, armed conflicts have demonstrated a significant impact on constraining social movements, often overshadowing efforts at dialogue and diplomacy. Yet, it is essential to consider the human risks and costs associated with war.

Regarding the shift in the global balance of power, governance systems with strong state controls could prevail. While these structures may offer some stability, they could also entail restrictions on individual freedoms and loss of legal protections.

Additionally, these geopolitical transformations could affect the global economy, including potential crises in food and energy availability.

Socially, there’s growing concern over the population’s mental well-being and the erosion of ethical and moral standards. However, it’s crucial to remember these are complex phenomena requiring multifaceted analysis.

Between Astrology and Geopolitics: Collective Responsibility in Times of Crisis

Beyond the Stars: A Critical Look at Contemporary Geopolitical and Social Challenges

A quote often erroneously attributed to Gandhi, but actually by Aparicio Fernando de Brinkerhoff, invites reflection: “If there’s an idiot in power, it’s because those who elected him are well represented.” However, the responsibility for choosing political leaders is a complex issue that transcends simplifications.

While it’s tempting to seek cosmic meanings in the events that shake our world, it’s vital to remember that the geopolitical and social problems we face result from a complex web of causes and effects, seldom attributable to a single source.

The global tensions we experience, from armed conflicts to shifts in governance systems, require careful and multifactorial analysis.

As we navigate these uncertain times, the challenge lies in how to integrate diverse viewpoints without succumbing to oversimplifications that might divert attention from the true causes and solutions to the problems that affect us.

Ultimately, the responsibility for understanding and addressing these challenges rests with all of us, beyond whatever stars may shine in the sky.

By Pablo Ianiszewski
A traditional astrologer. A committed vegetarian. A disciple of Hermes, Pythagoras, and Plato.

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