So called Parade of planets is truly one of most beautiful celestial comings which we can ever see from our planet in the predawn sky.
The current one consists of five planets at once with a wide arc of approximately 110°. It seems to come to the end quite easily but the previous one in December 2004 wasn’t so romantic since it coincided with the strongest earthquake in Southeast Asia which generated an enormous tsunami that crashed into the coastal areas of a number of countries https://astrologicdiary.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/celestial-performance-with-moon
Strictly speaking, for those who generally don’t believe in coincidences this is a point to ponder what kind of events take place at the same time. Fortunately, except this terrible earthquake I don’t have any other evidence on direct destructive effects. So, don’t pass up a chance to see; in different modifications the Parade will run till February 18th.
As a rule, “serious” astrologers keep calm on a similar celestial show. Johannes Kepler responded to many questions about a new bright star (in fact, it was a comet) which appeared in the sky in 1604:
If somebody asks: What will happen? What does this star portend? – I willingly answer without hesitation: It portends a whole pile of papers that scholars will write about and a lot of work for printing.