This year’s Jupiter-Pluto alignment may be the best for centuries to come. 2020 is exceptional for Jupiter and Pluto. These two worlds are having a triple conjunction. They’ll come together, move apart, and come together again three times in 2020. The first conjunction took place on April 5. The second one came on June 30, and the final one on November 12, 2020. A similarly good Jupiter-Pluto rendezvous might not happen again for a number of centuries to come. Jupiter-Pluto and Mythology: Heaven Meets Hell? In Roman mythology, Jupiter (Zeus to the ancient Greeks), is the god of all gods—the ruler of the sky and thunder. In mythology, Pluto (or Hades, to the Greeks) was the god of the underworld. During a Jupiter-Pluto conjunction (meetup), heaven and hell essentially come together. Plagues, Pandemics & Jupiter-Pluto Conjunctions in History While not every meetup is quite this eventful, some of history’s most devastating plagues indeed correlated with Jupiter-Pluto conjunctions. During Jupiter/Pluto conjunctions, political power can swing dramaticaly. These are the years we see regime changes, stunning political landslides, and the birth of social movements. The Jupiter/Pluto conjunctions of 2020 are just beginning. A Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn is coming in late December 2020. This meet up of Jupiter and Saturn will be their closest conjunction since 1623. Get Ready for a Bumpy Ride!