>Saturn and Uranus will both together be at opposition near the winter solstice. <
I read this a couple of times and Janet's answer and have concluded that despite her best efforts at sorting this out, the question makes no sense whatsoever.
Saturn and Uranus will both together be (sic) at opposition ..."
Opposition to what? And what does " ... both together at opposition ... " mean anyway? Saturn is three degrees off the nodal axis so maybe it's opposite the south node, but nothing else. Uranus opposes Mercury and maybe Jupiter if we allow such a wide orb, but Saturn and Uranus are 17 degrees distant.The solstice point, 0 Capricorn doesn't oppose anything either and isn't even in the sign opposite Gemini, the sign that holds Uranus and Saturn. .
I suspect the genius or some other nitwit skeptic has cobbled together a couple of astrological phrases he, she, or they do not understand, in the idiotic hope that an astrologer will take this seriously.
This is pathetic.
Saturn near winter solstice years
WTF does that mean? Near what? HIroshima and Nagasaki? Those attacks happened in August. 9/11 in September (duh). What's the use of continuing? If this question is actually legitimate, then clarify your thoughts and express them properly.