SATURN AND JUPITER CONJUNCTION: YOGURT CAKE RECIPE
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2 Jan

SATURN AND JUPITER CONJUNCTION: YOGURT CAKE RECIPE

saturn and jupiter conjunction

Winter Solstice gave birth to the new Bethlehem Star with Saturn and Jupiter Conjunction 2020

saturn and jupiter conjunction

Ingredients I used:

  • 1 L Greek Yogurt (bought at Lidl)
  • 4 eggs
  • 150 g sugar
  • 2 oranges peel
  • 400 g flour
  • 3 white chocolates + 1 dark chocolate
  • 2 balloons
  • 100 g blueberries

You’ve all been checking out the close alignment of Jupiter and Saturn in the southwestern sky just after dark. Jupiter is the bright one. Saturn is dimmer and up and to the left.

Their nearest approach culminated during the evening of the Winter Solstice, Dec. 21, when the planets were only six arc minutes apart.

How close were they? The last time they were closer was during the Great Conjunction of 1623

Since Jupiter is much brighter than Saturn, Jupiter’s glare might wash out dimmer Saturn. The planets may seem to merge into one.

Mythology behind this planetary conjunction

Saturn, the father, was an ancient Roman god who migrated to Italy from Greece, where he ruled under the name Cronus. He was the youngest son of Uranus, the god of heaven, and Gaia, Mother Earth.

He used to take his father’s place in Heaven, and become ruler of the cosmos.

Armed with his trusty scythe, he taught humans the art of agriculture. The Greeks called that period the Golden Age because humans lived in peace and prosperity.

Saturn’s one flaw — and it’s a huge one — was his fear that one of his children would overthrow him the way he supplanted his father. To protect himself, he swallowed his children whole immediately after they were born.

As a result of some shrewd maneuvering by Saturn’s wife Rhea, Jupiter, Saturn’s final child, managed to escape Saturn’s dubious appetite. Eventually, after a stupendous war, Jupiter grew up to replace his father as ruler of the universe.

If all of this sounds ancient and irrelevant to our modern times, think again. Consider that this particular Great Conjunction occurs on the date of the Winter Solstice.

So as Mayans used to believe: The Great Saturn and Jupiter Conjunction would mean the “Return of The Gods”. Which kind of took place already and Mother Gaia had ascended to the 5th dimension.

In order to celebrate that great time of the year, I decided to play a creative role and make a light yogurt cake with Saturn and Jupiter.

Ingredients I used:

  • 1 L Greek Yogurt (bought at Lidl)
  • 4 eggs
  • 150 g sugar
  • 2 oranges peel
  • 400 g flour
  • 3 white chocolates + 1 dark chocolate
  • 2 balloons
  • 100 gr blueberries

Iryna Fedorchak

irafedorchak@gmail.com

Hello, I am Iryna. A creative Ukrainian soul living in Lisbon, Portugal. I know fashion, I speak beauty and I know what lifestyle suits you the best. Here I will show you how fashion manifestation looks like as well as I want it to be an inspiring space for women of all religions and heritage. I hope I can help and advise you about your fashion preferences. Let's do fashion together! I love to create and re-create looks showcasing the life of European Bohemia in Portugal, researching Dos' and Donts' of the beauty realm, throwing my philosophy like confetti.