What does the Great Conjunction mean in astrology? A great conjunction is a conjunction of the planets Jupiter and Saturn, when the two planets appear closest together in the sky. Great conjunctions occur approximately every 20 years when Jupiter “overtakes” Saturn in its orbit.
Which planet is powerful in conjunction? So, to make any good conjunction, planets should be within 15 degrees of each other. After that closer they are, more powerful is the conjunction. Like in this picture, there is strong conjunction between Sun, Venus and Mars based on degrees while Mercury is standing far away from these three planets.
Is Jupiter and Saturn conjunction good in astrology? Saturn and Jupiter conjunction in a horoscope helps the native earn name and fame in society. Such a person enjoys a good social reputation and is treated with respect everywhere. This conjunction also endows the native with courage, diligence, prosperity, and fame.
When was the last Great Conjunction? The December 21, 2020 conjunction was the closest great conjunction since July 16, 1623. At the great conjunction of 1623, Jupiter and Saturn were slightly less than 0.1 degrees apart.