It has long been predicted by both astrologers and stockbrokers that a huge economic collapse would take place in 2020. Now that the Coronavirus (which translates as the ‘common cold’) has gotten out of control not only in China but several parts of the world, the heavy importing from China has come to a halt and has affected many large corporations and businesses including hospitals and travel agencies.
On the one hand, it’s about time that people slow down on the mass consumerism of cheaply made items infused with toxic chemicals that steal business from smaller businesses and family farms. On the other hand it’s really sad that people are losing jobs and all forms security, be they health-related, financial or emotional because of the intense changes taking place on this planet.
No matter what kind of narrative the mainstream media pushes, the one thing that we can be sure of is that the economic collapse has already been upon us and it’s just now becoming visible to more people. Mercury being Retrograde right now is not the cause of our problems but as usual reveals previous mistakes that have been made as well as issues that already exist and must be confronted.
The exact causes of collapse are difficult to decipher because of all the Neptunian/Piscean fog currently surrounding the effects, and of course because there are always hidden manipulations at work in the media. In relation to this global crisis there are silent wars taking place between various factions of government and mafia-like figures. The general population is considered by them too stupid to grasp what’s going on. Time will tell if this is true or not.
I posted this video last November with a few tips on how to handle some of the financial tension that would likely become more noticeable in 2020. What our collective survival may boil down to is a matter of how resourceful we can become in times of huge fear-mongering and when there may be less funds and resources available to draw upon. This includes becoming smarter about purchases and investments in general, and doing more research into the nature of the corporations that we pour money into.