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A stellium is a time when three or more planets are together in one sign. When there are many, it is considered a major planetary alignment. Here we are collecting information about some of the major alignments. See Harmonic Concordance for rare Grand Sextiles in history and Unusual Aspects Timeline for some other interesting aspect combinations and related events.

A record of times when multiple planets are grouped together in a sign.
Date Sign Which planets Peak Date
January 6th - March 15th, 2009 Aquarius Sun, Moon, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Neptune and North Node.
Feb 14, 2009
May 3-5 2000 Taurus Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn
May 3 2000
1988, 1989 Capricorn Uranus, Neptune, and Saturn. During winter months both years, up to seven planets (Sun, Mercury, Venus, and Mars) in Capricorn.  
1965, 1966 Virgo Moon, Mars, Uranus and Pluto opposed by Saturn
May 9 1965
1962 Aquarius Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn
Feb 4 1962

Mundane

Natal

In the 68 days that the stellium is in effect, almost 28 million children will be born in the world.


Related pages:

  • Harmonic Concordance: On Nov 8-9th, 2003, This was a very rare configuration of Six astrological bodies into a perfect, six sided Star of David. This configuration is called a Grand Sextile which locks the planets together in a series of simultaneous aspects.

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