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A rare alignment of stars over Singapore – What does it mean?

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In an incredible planetary event, the first in more than 10 years, we will see the five planets visible to the naked eye, appear in a line from the horizon to the moon. And they will stay stationed in this position for the next few weeks until the end of February.
There’s something special for the star-gazers on January 27. The moon is all set to appear together with the five planets — Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Venus and Mercury — in the skies on that date.
The best timing to see all five planets will be around 6am, and the one of the best places will be at East Coast Park, said the Science Centre.
According to one astrology website, Jupiter lords over philosophy, while Mars is an action planet, Saturn on the other hand is a planet of karma, Venus is love, Mercury is the planet of communication, and the moon – she’s the ruler of emotions.
Perhaps this rare celestial alignment is a call for us to heed good philosophy and build good karma by communicating our emotions and putting action to love.
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