Towards the end of this year, there are some special celestial events happening, which are kind of rare. It will be happening in the month of November and December 2019. Such events, as I said kind of rare is due to the fact that it happening after a long years and will happen after long years again, and this is Jupiter Saturn Ketu with Sun Moon Mercury Conjunction
Jupiter Saturn Ketu conjunction
Saturn entered Sagittarius on Friday 27th January 2017. Ketu joined Saturn in Sagittarius on 24th of March 2019 triggering Shani-Ketu conjunction. Saturn is the lord of 10th house of Profession and 11th lord of gains in Kalpurusha kundali or the natural zodiac. Saturn is known as Karmadhipati, the lord of our all past life deeds and also lord of present life prarabdha karma which we are born with. Saturn is also a hard task master and as such non-partial and cruel, and as lord of our karma, he teaches life lessons in a hard way. Saturn delays, stretches and create obstacles in things in our life, thus testing our endurance, teaching us patience and persistence.
What is Ketu? In our Hindu Astrology, Rahu and Ketu have great importance, though known as Chhaya Graha, meaning physically non-existent. These are two nodes of Moon and are treated as full fledged planets. They are known as Paap grahas or the inauspicious malefic planets. Rahu is the head of dragon and as such it looks forward representing future, while Ketu is Dragon’s tail, representing the past. Position of Ketu shows qualities developed during past lives and indicates sanskaras or attitude that comes naturally to the native.
Jupiter Saturn Ketu conjunct effects
Ketu is also known as Moksha karak planet or planet of deliverance. Saturn is also significator of Sanyas or penance. The conjunction is happening in Sagittarius, the ninth bhava of Kalpurusha, the dharma kona. So this conjunction has already triggered a kind of disinterest in natives. In Mundane Astrology, we can see some serious in principal changes with respect to religion during these times.
On 5th November 2019, Jupiter will join Saturn and Ketu, by transiting Sagittarius sign triggering Jupiter Saturn Ketu conjunction. Sagittarius is Jupiter’s own Mooltrikon sign, very auspicious sign. On 22nd November 2019, Venus will join this conjunction in Sagittarius creating Chatur-Graha Yuti and Guru-Shukra-Shani yoga. Guru, the rasheesh of Sagittarius is Deva Guru, Shukra is Daitya Guru, a planet of indulgence/enjoyment and Shani is Karmadhipati, joined by Moksha karak Ketu!! The energies are opposite and potent.
Jupiter Saturn Ketu Sun Moon Mercury Conjunction
On 28th November 2019 this conjunction of Jupiter Saturn Ketu will be joined by Moon, though not for a long duration, but creating Pancha-Graha Yuti and Guru-Chandra-Shukra-Shani yoga. By conjunction of Moon, mind is also involved here, though this conjunction will be for 2.5 days, still it is very potent to create friction and clouding of mind with opposite energies. On 30th November midday, Moon will transit to Capricorn leaving four planets in Sagittarius again.
On 16th December 2019, Venus will move on to Capricorn and on 17th Sun will enter Sagittarius, again making Chatur-Graha-Yoga. Sun will come into Rahu-Ketu axis, become afflicted and will be moving towards solar eclipse.
On 25th December 2019, first Mercury, followed by Moon entering Sagittarius will create six planetary conjunction, aka Shad-Graha-Yoga. Entry of Moon will also trigger Solar Eclipse which will occur on 26th December 2019. In North India this will be a partial solar eclipse, afflicting six planets and nakshatras where they are placed. Solar eclipse 2019 on 26th December will start at 08:17 AM, maximum eclipse at 09:31 AM and ending at 10:57 AM.
Chanting Rahu Ketu mantras during Solar eclipse is good. Doing Pooja anushthan and chanting mantras of your Ishta Deva is also good during such periods.