But here are a few more New Millennium details since the post there was getting mighty long - here are the midpoint pictures from the chart and the houses in which they fall, but they won't mean much to ya unless you view the chart itself...
6th house - Sun-Jupiter = Moon: harmonious feelings; wealthy people; fine relationships; good health.
5th house - Moon-Mercury = Uranus: sudden innovative thoughts and plans; irritability about progress; getting on with things hastily; independent thinking; nervousness; acting rashly; a constructional fault.
4th house - Mercury-Venus = Neptune (and US natal South Node): a lack of tact; undermining of relationships; fantasy; seeing everything in clear pictures or through a special dimension; delusions about reality. (With SN's Saturnian influence = adjusting to realism.)
3rd house - Uranus-ASC = Pluto: use of force; commanding success even under the most difficult circumstances.
And last but definitely not least...an Air Grand Trine with the Ascendant as one of the trine's points for manifestation - this gives three pictures for your consideration:
Jupiter-Neptune = ASC: speculations; appearing to live in a world lighted by personal imagination and an emotionally rationalized agenda; sharing great hopes with others.
Jupiter-ASC = Neptune: living with hope and expectation; disappointments; losses; speculations.
Neptune-ASC = Jupiter: losing one's good name, fortune, and/or possessions through others; the urge to cheat others or to be cheated; one's good fortune is assumed. (Tyl; Ebertin.)
The Pre-Natal Eclipse Series of the New Millennium is the 2 South which manifested at 4Cap15 on Dec 25, 2000. This Series has a flavor of becoming involved with unusual groups and feeling that one will gain a great deal through such involvement. (Brady's Predictive Astrology.)
2S will next manifest on Jan 6, 2019 at '15Cap.'
In her book, 'Your Prenatal Eclipse', Rose Lineman gives a Solar Eclipse in Capricorn as advising a serious approach that stresses conservative, conscientious expression. In order to achieve karmic progress, we must overcome self-indulgence and master the self-discipline of the sign and its ruler, Saturn.
Ms. Lineman states that an Eclipse in Capricorn should be regarded as an opportunity to gain substantial karmic advances but the price is hard work and dedication at the expense of personal pleasure and worldly prestige.
People who share a Prenatal Eclipse in Cap tend to join business and professional organizations and show interest in political affairs. This obviously refers to mankind in general.
You may find of interest the Sun Capricorn-Moon Pisces blend of the New Millennium especially since this chart is 'good' for a hundred years!
Sun Cap-Moon Pisc is an Earth-Water blend of two Yin elements. This is one of the most nourishing and supportive combinations to have, and it mixes a capacity for sympathy for others with practical considerations.
There is an innate wisdom to know what's important and what is not; practical and emotional needs are well-balanced in this blend. Both material and emotional security needs are wanted and possible to achieve as long as one doesn't become a stick-in-the-mud and swamped by duty.
Yet a limited viewpoint is a caution and may interfere with goals, so we must watch for that.
This is a tough-tender humanitarian combo of energies - a scientist and poet, a practical dreamer. Personal courage results from self-reflection and moral precepts and there's a gift for quietly bringing order out of chaos. (Good! We could all use that.)
On the shadow side there is a tendency to fear the unknown and carry the burdens of others - even to the breaking point; negative thinking may cause loss of confidence.
Images for Integration: A child builds a sandcastle of reinforced concrete...A wine collector uncorks a rare vintage to celebrate a success...'Bilbo' in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings...Bathers in a Landscape by Paul Cezanne...Elvis Presley's Blue Suede Shoes. ('Sun Sign-Moon Sign' by Chas & Suzi Harvey.)