Jupiter – Neptune  is a cycle of 13 years characterised by:

- the rise or decline of political, social orders, ideologies: liberals, socialists, democrats, communists;

- the cycle Jupiter – Neptune is correlated with Saturn – Neptune, both dominated by Neptune, and represents social and political movements on the left wing, with Saturn more authoritarian, with Jupiter more democratic;

- some evolutions are characterised by one cycle (First French Republic – 1792 – 1804 etc.), other by many cycles (Lenin starts his politic in 1894, comes to power in 1907 etc.);

- we can observe the difference between the Jupiter, Saturn, with Neptune cycles and Jupiter, Saturn, with Uranus cycles.; when with Neptune is about alliances, treaties (1945 United Nations, conference for disarmament, Triple Alliance  -1882), when with Uranus about dictators, wars, acquiring power (Hitler, Napoleon, World War I etc.);    

- crises generated by Uranus cycles are dominated by extern issues (military or diplomatic), instead those generated by Neptune are generated by intern issues (strikes, protests, social problems etc.);

- religious and idealistic belief systems;

- idealism, imagination, fantasy, illusion.
 


Jupiter – Neptune current cycle

 

1.    2009 – 2022, 26 Aquarius – first conjunction  on 27 May 2009

 

General delineation

The current Jupiter – Neptune cycle (chart of the cycle is the picture below) has the following characteristics:

- represent the aim to distribute whealth to the middle class and poorer, as Robert Blanchke states;

- The European Union under the Lisbon Treaty

 

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a)    First conjunction (2009) – Jupiter conjunct Neptune in Aquarius

- the Lisbon Treaty entered in force from 1 December, 2009 and created a single legal entity after merging the EU former three pillars; it was an important reform of many aspects of the European Union;

 

b)    Opposition (2015 – 2016) – Jupiter in Virgo opposes Neptune in Pisces

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