2012: The Big Picture
2012 isn't the end of the world — far from it. In fact, it might just be the beginning of a more conscious and compassionate new world order. For the first half of the year, lucky Jupiter is in Taurus, which can bring more stability to our lives and finances. In June, Jupiter moves into Gemini, which could bring even more technological innovations, as well as changes in the way we learn (Skype school, anyone?) and travel (think bike shares, carpools, new forms of mass transit). In the meantime, stern Saturn rounds out a three-year tour of Libra in October, teaching us important lessons about the realities of love and partnership. Libra Kim Kardashian was Saturn's cautionary tale; the victories of the marriage equality movement mark its success. In October, Saturn moves into Scorpio, which rules death, birth and reincarnation. We could see interesting strides in medical research, and perhaps even a cure for diseases like cancer. Health care and hospitals may both come under reform while Saturn is in Scorpio (until 2015). The other big news of 2012 is Neptune's move into its home sign of Pisces on February 3. Neptune briefly visited here from April through August 2011; now it's here for a solid 14-year stay. Art, music, beauty and creativity could prevail. Neptune and Pisces rule the sea; this will be the time when our oceans and water supply will become critical issues for global healing.
Find out what else 2012 holds in store by reading your sign's individual yearly horoscope here at myLifetime.com! And if you're a parent, check out our special 2012 MamaScopes on Lifetimemoms.com.
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