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Consider Yourself Warned: Astrologers Predict Winter Solstice Will Be Most Awful Day Of The Year

If you’re in the camp of those that have had about enough of the year 2017, you had better buckle up. Things might get a whole lot worse, and there’s even a specific day that looks to be pretty harrowing. December 21, the day noted as The Winter Solstice, will be the most awful day of the year. At least that’s the claim from a number of leading astrologers, and they’re pointing to a rare cosmic incident that hasn’t occurred in more than 350 years as the reason.

As the Daily Mail shares, the Sun will move into Capricorn, and that shift will take place just hours after the planet Saturn makes the same move. As such, the Sun and Saturn will be perfectly aligned, and all hell may break loose from that point, so to speak. If none of that makes a ton of sense to you, you’re not alone, but astrologer and author Neil Spencer has provided some clarity on things.

“In one's personal horoscope, Saturn in Capricorn is a very useful placement, denoting one tough individual, but on a macro-level, it doesn't promise much in the way of fruitful change,” he explains.

Spencer kicks things up a notch by warning that starting something new on this day could have 'long-term consequences.' As such, he notes that 'is ill-advised' on this day.

He’s not the only one sounding the alarm, as astrology website Lunar Living has also offered up some advice on how to approach the day of cosmic significance.

“You may feel limited and constrained today, but do not let that feeling keep you from living up to your obligations. Take care of business, then you will be truly free to do as you wish. Your energy level may be low, but do not use this as an excuse for not doing your best,” the site notes. “If your vision is only for yourself, what you create cannot last: it must be for some greater good.”

That sounds like some pretty good generic advice on any old day, but perhaps it would be wise to take it to heart for the coming solstice. Jayashree Bose offered up a post on the Feng Shui blog and struck similar chords.

“Activities planned on these dates are bound to undergo last minute changes. In some cases, the event could get deferred for a month or even a year,” the post notes. “Avoid hosting meetings, whatever decisions you make will not be final, they will change. Avoid traveling on these dates, unless, you like spending your time waiting in airports, railway or bus station.”

So is there really anything to worry about here or is this just a bunch of gobbledygook from those that look to the stars up above for answers? We have no idea, but we’ll still make note of the warning just in case. At the very least, we’ll have a built-in excuse if things don’t go our way and we end up being a massive disappointment during the Winter Solstice. Of course, there’s no telling how much weight will be given to the excuse of the perfect alignment of the Sun and Saturn as the reason for your missteps, so it’s probably a good idea to have a Plan B just in case.

Source: Daily Mail
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