2020 Interplanetary Cosmic Shitshow World Tour Longsleeve
- Pre-order; shipping starts mid-September
- 100% cotton, preshrunk jersey knit, 205gsm
- Rib cuffs
- Sizing width x length (inches): S: 19 x 28; M: 20 x 29; L 22 x 30; XL 24 x 31
- No exchanges or returns
You don’t need astrology to tell you that 2020 has been a challenging year – and the worst is still to come! This longsleeve memorialises the Interplanetary Cosmic Shitshow of 2020 as a reminder that this too shall pass. Perfect as 24/7 sleep-lounge-work-wear for the second, third, fourth lockdowns.
On 21 December 2020, the Great Conjunction between Jupiter and Saturn in Aquarius marks an epochal shift from the Earth Era to the Air Era in one of the most significant astrological cycles. According to Austin Coppock: “The Jupiter-Saturn cycle is one of astrology’s longest used and most reliable yardsticks for measuring history. The two planets conjoin every 20 years, providing a tool for examining history in two decade increments. But these 20 year cycles themselves form a larger pattern. For approximately 200 years at a time, the Jupiter-Saturn conjunctions occur in signs of the same element… This Jupiter-Saturn conjunction shifts us definitively from the Earth Era to the Air Era. We have been in the confused no-man’s land between elemental epochs since the early 80’s. Since that time, we have experienced a mixture of the power-patterns of the two eras. Earth prioritizes control of land, resources, and inclines toward centralization and static fortification. Air prioritizes control of information, is mobile, multi-polar, contradictory, and favors the network over the hierarchy.” — Austin Coppock, Saturn in Capricorn