The connections between Bitcoin and the movements of Jupiter just continue to add up.
Just before Halloween, on the 27th of October, Jupiter re-entered Pisces – a zodiac sign that I have noted in previous videos and articles, seems to be really bad news for Bitcoin – and for markets in general.
And here we are, just two weeks on, and the market is experiencing another spectacular cryptocrash, similar to the one the market experienced back in May 2021 – an event that happened within a day of two of a retrograde Jupiter re-entering the very same sign.
You can’t make this stuff up!
Cryptocrashes & Jupiter in Pisces
For those who haven’t read my other articles, here is a summary of key timeline events showing the correlation between Bitcoin and the gas giant.
I have previously demonstrated the many positive confluences between Bitcoin uptrends and auspicious Jupiter movements, so I won’t repeat myself here. You can watch the summary video below if you’re interested in further details.
Jupiter movements and Eclipses
Interestingly, in all three instances where we’ve had a cryptocrash following a major Jupiter sign change, we’ve also been within the shadow of a lunar eclipse or blood moon, which as I’ve mentioned in a previous article, was not considered terribly auspicious by the ancient Babylonians, who not only ‘invented’ astrology but were also the first to record and later predict eclipses.
In my experience, lunar eclipses usually have a window of around three months, which currently covers the ebbs and flows of Jupiter as it changes signs, then turns retrograde and retrogrades back into the previous sign, before reversing this process around the time of the next set of eclipses approximately six months later.
The timeline below illustrates this quite well.
Notice how Jupiter’s entry into Pisces always seems to be a bad omen for the cryptomarket, and also how eclipses seem to accelerate these negative trends if there is confluence in terms of dates.
For example, Jupiter re-entered Pisces on 27 October, two days after the solar eclipse at the new moon just before Halloween on 25 October. The moon then waxed to full, when we had the lunar eclipse on 8 November – the date when the current crash started.
So, contrary to those people who are calling a market bottom, the astrology would suggest we could still have more downside to come.
SBF: Sun in Pisces opp Jupiter
Without wishing to cast aspersions, it does seem significant from an astrological POV that Sam Bankman-Fried, the figurehead behind the now-bankrupt crypto exchange FTX that precipitated the current crash, happens to have the Sun in Pisces.
By itself, this would not necessarily mean much. However, given that his Pisces Sun is afflicted by an opposition to natal Jupiter, it would seem as though we have yet another example of that inauspicious Jupiter-Pisces signature.
Historically, challenging Sun-Jupiter aspects can make people overly confident, prone to gambling or overdoing things – not because they have nefarious motivations (usually the opposite, in fact) but because they’re unrealistic in terms of expectations or do not know their limits. In many respects, you could say that this combination equates to the saying: “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”
I will refrain from saying anything further at this stage until we learn more about what really happened. Needless to say, I am as shocked and dismayed as everyone else about the situation, and hope that those innocent parties affected are compensated/refunded for their losses at some point.
Possible Dates for a Trend Change
As we can see from the dates below, Jupiter will only exit Pisces on 20 Dec 2022, just before the winter solstice. This would suggest that markets are unlikely to fully recover until after this date at the earliest. However, when you add in the fact that lunar eclipses usually have a window of three months, it doesn’t seem as though we’re likely to get a trend change until the first quarter of 2023.
Jupiter ingresses in and out of Pisces: 2021-2
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