The SUN at 22 Cancer opposes expansive JUPITER at 22+ Capricorn July 14 @ 12:58 am PDT/ 3:56 am EDT/ 8:56 am GMT
SUN opposes the great transforner PLUTO at 23+ Capricorn July15th @ 12:13 pm PDT/ 3:13 pm EDT/ 5:13 pm GMT
JUPITER is occulting PLUTO
This is a balancing act of the “Billionaire’s Transit.” All oppositions are communications, conversations, and dialogues. All oppositions are tense.
The Cancer SUN is nurturing, nourishing, sensitive, empathic wants to feed all others. JUPITER is the Great benefactor, like Santa Claus handing out optimism, gifts, expansion, faith and hope. PLUTO is the Death Bringer, transformational changer upper, Lord of the Soul, toxic transformer and great wealth, Plutocrats are named after Pluton. JUPITER and PLUTO in conjunction is the Billionaire’s conjunction. Bill Gates has it natally in Leo.
Sun opposing Jupiter expands and Pluto destroys.
This is an intense transit. The SUN shines the light of Jupiter’s truth on the wealth of secrets that PLUTO holds. You will see new light shed on old buried treasures.
We had to put our beloved dog Jasper down suddenly July 12th
Sun is conjunct fixed star Pollux at 23+ Cancer. Ptolemy attributed Pollux with the nature of Mars, and Robson says it gives craftiness and boxing skills. Being like Mohammed Ali and float like a butterfly but sting like a bee would be a great skill to have right now what with these heavy Saturnine Capricorn skies.
Sun Opposite Jupiter and opposite PLUTO
Normally with Sun opposite optimistic Jupiter, everything would seem to fall in place with a kind of magical grace. But beware of overconfidence. Jupiter opposite the sun can be a huge sunburn.
they square 22 ARIES Stars ACAMAR at 23 Aries 16 ‘ and Baten KAITOS at 21 ARIES 57’
Both stars carry a direct line, to the Source of All Being. Achernar is a very positive star. Unless severely afflicted by aspect, it indicates a show of ‘all’s well.” But JUPITER demands the truth so there is no hiding behind a facade. PLUTO will rout out any secrets revealing a rotten maggot filled core.
Fixed star Baten Kaitos portends falls and ruin
Saturn like, this star relates to disgrace, ruin, calamity. Baten Kaitos in Belly of The Whale carries restrictive properties, inhibition, reserve, caution, solitude, and simplicity often are forced onto such people either by a mundane power or a higher power. Sound slike COVID-19 isolation.
SQUARE 22 LIBRA conjunct famous star SPICA 23 Libra 50′ a BLUE GIANT STAR the ear of corn or grain
Note if you have planets conjunct 22-23 degrees CAPCIORN CANCER ARIES and LIBRA you will be feeling the oppositional energies and the squares very strongly in your life.
PLUTO square Fixed star Spica to the end of 2020
Spica’s nature is of a rare Venus and Mars. This Star gives success, renown, riches, sweetness, love of art and science and unscrupulousness.
Spica is one of the 15 Behenian Fixed Stars. Its image is a bird, or a man laden with merchandise. It gives riches, overcomes contentions, and removes scarcity and mischief. Rules emerald, sage, trefoil, periwinkle, mugwort and mandrake root. 
Spica, as already said, is one of the truly great stars in the sky, the one which gave us our word ‘star’, and at least as important as the four archangel star.
Spica is also noted for its spiritual and religious qualities. Psychic awareness is above average for those with Spica in conjunction to the Moon, Venus, Neptune or Lilith are conjunct Spica. I have Venus and Neptune conjunct Spica.
As the star of the grain harvest, it is the provider of our material needs, We only reap a harvest if we have first sown the seed and cared for the fields, and what we reap must last us, and all who laboured in our fields, until the next harvest is ready. It is a very practical and very real karma.
SUN opposed to Jupiter and PLUTO and square SPICA
though beneficial with hard square from PLUTO shows up as Food shortages. Better to start stocking up early.
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1. Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, Vivian E. Robson, 1923, p.66, 211, 235.