Galactic Center Thoughts part XXII

**Here is a video that I made about the same thing, for all of you that would rather watch than read**

I haven’t done any percentages lately about different things I’ve been looking at in regards to the Galactic Center (things that feel like they tie in with the GC but seem to function as a “amplifier” to the GC for people who are already inclined to the way that the GC functions). So, lol, I figured I would do a post about THIS very thing and show what I’ve come up with THUS far.

I have talked about Jupiter Retrograde throughout this whole study and how I feel like it has a natural affinity with the way that the GC functions. Jupiter (retrograde or direct) has a tie with the GC energy since the GC falls in Sagittarius, but Jupiter Retrograde does feel like it has a special place here. I decided to take Mercury Rx out of this (in the original percentages I was lumping Jupiter Rx and Mercury Rx shit together which I shouldn’t have done). I haven’t fucked with Mercury Rx this go around (though I’m sure I will in future percentage calculations). Instead, this time around I was looking for the percentage of people who have Jupiter Rx (or were born during the shadow period) and/or Jupiter involved with the GC in some way (via conjunction, opposition, trine, or even the square….though I’m still not quite sure WHAT to do with the squares yet). The percentage that I came back for this was 63% – meaning 63% of people have Jupiter Rx (or born in the shadow period) and/or have Jupiter (direct or Rx) making one of the aspects mentioned before to the GC (and the planet conjunct the GC). I found that 37% of participants do not have Jupiter Rx (or born under the shadow period) and don’t have Jupiter making an aspect to the planet conjunct the GC or to the GC itself.
To break this down even further:
-69% of these people have Jupiter Rx (or were born during the shadow period)
-31% of these people have Jupiter (either direct or Rx) making an aspect to the GC and planet conjunct the GC.

To keep going with the Jupiter thing for a minute, I wanted to look and see how many people had aspects between Jupiter and Chiron, Jupiter and Saturn, and Jupiter and Uranus in their charts. The bounds for this part of the study are simple – it didn’t matter if Jupiter is direct or Rx, or if any of these objects mentioned make contacts with the GC. Since everyone in the study will have SOMETHING conjunct the GC (so far, anyway), I was just curious what the different contacts looked like between these planets (and asteroid) across the different charts. The aspects that I was taking into consideration here are the conjunction, trine, sextile, opposition, square, and quincunx.
**Jupiter/Chiron Aspects**
-66% of people in the study thus far have Jupiter making an aspect with Chiron
-34% of people in the study thus far did not have Jupiter making an aspect with Chiron
**Jupiter/Saturn Aspects**
-57% of people in the study thus far have Jupiter making an aspect with Saturn
-43% of people in the study thus far don’t have Jupiter making aspect with Saturn
**Jupiter/Uranus Aspects**
-61% of the people in the study thus far have Jupiter making an aspect with Uranus
-39% of the people in this study thus far don’t have Jupiter making an aspect with Uranus

Bringing up the topic of aspects for just a second, I think in the next go-around of percentages to see where things stand, I will be looking at some minor aspects (like the septile, noville, vigintile, etc.). Specifically, I think I will probably focus on the planet (or planets) conjunct the GC and if that planet also happens to make one of these more minor aspects with another planet in the chart.

I also took a look at Chiron – both to see how many people have Chiron direct and Chiron Rx and to see how many people have Chiron making an aspect to the GC (conjunction, trine, opposition, and square are what I was looking at here). This is what I came back with:
-50% of people have Chiron Rx SOMEWHERE in the natal chart (doesn’t have to be involved with the GC). The other 50% of people have Chiron direct.
-54% of people have Chiron (either direct or Rx) making one of the aspects mentioned above to the GC.
-46% of people have Chiron (either direct or Rx) NOT making one of the aspects mentioned above to the GC.
–Chiron here should be thought of an an amplifier for the GC energy. While it’s energy certainly ties in with the GC, I think in order for Chiron (direct or Rx) to amplify the GC, something needs to be conjunct or opposite the GC in the first place. I would think that Chiron Rx would serve as a greater amplifier in these cases, since Rx energy ALSO seems to have an affinity for the GC.

Retrograde planets were the next thing that I wanted to revisit. I looked at these from a couple of different angles, the first of which being the charts of people I would consider to be “retrograde heavy.” When I think of a retrograde heavy chart, I think of someone who has their chart ruler retrograde, or someone who has 3 or more planets retrograde in their chart (things like this make me think “ah, this person has a retrograde heavy chart”). Since everyone in the study thus far has a planet conjunct the GC, I was curious how many of these people would be considered Rx heavy. This is what I came up with:
-60% of people have retrograde heavy charts
-40% of people don’t have retrograde heavy charts (even if they have one or two planets retrograde somewhere)
–I was curious to see how many retrograde heavy people may have been drawn to take part in this research, lol, since there does seem to be an affinity between retrograde planets and the GC.
From here I wanted to look at the percentage of people who have a retrograde planet conjunct the GC. I have mentioned before some thoughts about this; while the GC seems to have an affinity for retrograde energy, I do wonder WHAT happens to planets conjunct the GC that are retrograde. Does this amplify the retrograde feeling of the planet, or does it do something along the lines of “turning” the planet direct? I could see either of these being a possibility. These are the numbers I came back for this:
-68% of people had only direct planets (or a direct planet) conjunct the GC
-32% of people had at least one retrograde planet conjunct the GC

I also wanted to look at planets Out of Bounds, and how many people have Out of Bounds planets in their natal charts (since I do think that OOB planets might amplify the energy of the GC IF there is already a planet conjunct the GC, or opposing the GC). These are the numbers that I came up with:
-28% of people have NO Out of Bounds planets in their chart
-72% of people have at least 1 planet OOB in their chart
–From the percentage of people that have at least one planet OOB, I broke this down further:
-48% of people have 1 planet OOB
-42% of people have 2 planets OOB
-10% of people have 3 planets OOB
-No participants had more than 3 planets OOB
From there I wanted to look and see how many people had their OOB planet (or planets) conjunct the GC. For this, all the planets that someone has OOB didn’t have to be conjunct the GC (I was just looking to see if at least one OOB planet was conjunct the GC for the cases of people having multiple OOB planets). Here are the numbers I found:
-79% of people that have OOB planets have at least one OOB planet conjunct the GC
-21% of people have OOB planets that make no conjunction to the GC

Galactic Center Thoughts part XXI

Jupiter and its auroral emissions

This blog post is probably going to be kind of all over the fucking place (much like the last couple of videos that I’ve made about the Galactic Center – here are videos one and two from this week). Just like the videos, though, I wanted to go a head and get this out there (and at some other point in time I will streamline my thoughts together better…..once I have a better handle where exactly my thoughts are going). I may not be 100% sure where the fuck they’re going – but I do feel like they fit in somehow, someway.

This past week I started to go down a rabbit hole about planets and x-ray emissions. This kind of started because I got to thinking about the x-rays and radio waves (and other shit) that the GC has coming from it. I started to wonder about planets and their own x-ray emissions, especially since I do think that certain planets are MORE tied to the GC than others. For those new to the game here, those planets are:

*Jupiter – Obviously this planet would be involved with the GC since the GC is IN Sagittarius. I do think Jupiter Retrograde specifically takes the top spot.
*Any retrograde planet
*Any out of bounds planet
**Retrograde planets and OOB planets don’t automatically give one an “affinity” for the GC, but if the person has planetary contacts to the GC, the Galactic Anti-Center (GaC) or something like that, I think the retrograde and/or OOB planet strengthens this connection.
*Uranus feels like the planet that is the most tied to the GC after Jupiter. This has been a strong ass feeling I’ve had for a while now, especially since Retrograde planets tend to point towards Uranus as it is AND OOB planets have a wild-card Uranian kind of feeling, too. Also, Uranus is all about change (among other things) and the GC fundamentally changes anything that happens to enter its grasp.
*Neptune and Pluto definitely have a tie with the GC as well. To me, Pluto’s connection is much more clear since Pluto is all about transformation (among other things) – transformation is something else that the GC does to anything that happens to “fall” into it. Neptune, lol being Neptune, is a little less clear to me but I know that fucker ties in, too (especially since the GC is thought to be a telephone line to the creator or to other dimensions). It would make sense for a planet like Neptune to correlate here, since it is such a spiritual planet.
*Chiron does have ties as well. Chiron is like a bridge between the inner and the outer planets, and I definitely think of the GC as a bridge from what is “here” in our galaxy to what exists beyond us. Not only that though – Chiron’s whole mythology definitely seems to have ties to the GC, too.
*Saturn is one that I have recently brought into the game. In esoteric astrology, Saturn is thought of as the “gatekeeper” (which, lol, is incredibly apt when I think about it). In order to even GET to Chiron or the the outer planets, you have to push through Saturn’s ass first.

All planets have some kind of x-ray emissions. The only planet, so far, that they haven’t found any come from is Neptune (though I’d bet a little money in time they will find them coming from Neptune as well). There are three types of x-ray emissions that a planet can do:
-Auroral Emissions
-Fluorescence
-Scattering of solar x-rays from the Sun

The two planets that have auroral emissions (or that I can find that FOR SURE have auroral emissions) are Jupiter and Earth, though Jupiter being Jupiter, it does these auroral emissions bigger than the Earth does. Why is this interesting to me? Because if the GC is really like a “lifeline” or “telephone line” to the creator, to other dimensions, or even to the parts of ourselves that we leave “charging” when we incarnate here on Earth (essentially our “higher selves”), then I find it interesting that the only two planets that do these kinds of emissions are Jupiter (which is obviously tied to the GC via Sagittarius ruled by Jupiter) and Earth (which is the planet we are all planted on). Do you see where I’m going with this – like we are somehow more tied to Jupiter and the GC just by way of happening to be ON this planet.
-Another thing I will bring up is esoteric rulership in astrology. Side note: I don’t use esoteric astrology THAT MUCH in practice (though I do tend to read Saturn in a more esoteric way normally), so I had to dust off some books lol. Anywho, in esoteric astrology, Sagittarius’ exoteric ruler is Jupiter, but it’s esoteric ruler is the Earth. THIS is another interesting tie in (and also something that makes me think I’ll be needing to bring esoteric astrology into this GC thang way more than I originally thought).
-Jupiter also does the scattering of solar x-rays from the Sun, too.

Saturn is another planet that I wanted to look at. It, like Jupiter, does the scattering of solar x-rays from the Sun. Saturn’s rings also Fluoresce. I have also seen different articles that mention’s that Saturn might also do the auroral emissions as well, but the sources that I’ve found haven’t seemed as concrete as the one’s that deal with Jupiter (and obviously the Earth) being able to do this. It absolutely wouldn’t surprise me if Saturn does this, too, especially since Saturn is so tied to the physical, like Earth (though it wants us to break beyond that bondage). In esoteric astrology, Saturn is ruled by Saturn regardless of exoteric or esoteric rulership (which, lol, figures).

Uranus is another one that does emit x-rays (that was recently found out a few years back), though it seems like they haven’t quite figured out HOW this happens. I’m gunna bet a little money that they will find that it does all three of the above types. By way of esoteric astrology, Aquarius has it’s exoteric ruler as Uranus, but it’s esoteric ruler is Jupiter. In my mind, in a more concrete way, this ties together Jupiter and Uranus more directly than I have before (throughout much of this research I have felt that Jupiter and Uranus are strongly linked with the GC, and even with one another….I was just leaving the esoteric perspective out).

I haven’t yet found out if Chiron emits any kind of x-rays or not (though it probably does something). Pluto also does something, but because of it’s distance from the Sun they aren’t really sure HOW it would be scattering solar-rays from the Sun. I think the pictures aren’t good enough (or something, I’m honestly not really sure), so they can’t really tell HOW Pluto is able to emit x-rays as of now.

HOW does all of this ACTUALLY tie in with the GC? Not totally sure yet. But I know it probably fucking does.

Galactic Center Thoughts part XX

**Here is a video that I made about the same thing, if you’re more of a watcher than a reader**

There are a few different planets that I’ve brought up as far as feeling very intertwined with the GC. Obviously Jupiter (and Jupiter Rx specifically). Uranus is another one that I have brought up, and Chiron has been discussed (even though Chiron isn’t a planet, it still feels very in-tune with the GC energy. Now, there is one planet that is amongst all of these in the line up, and that’s Saturn. I feel like since all of these other planets feel like they correlate with the GC energy, Saturn can’t be left out of the game, either (especially since it doesn’t go Jupiter, Chiron (the bridge between the inner and outer planets), and Uranus……..before you can even get to Chiron and cross that fucking bridge to the outers, you would techinically have to deal with Saturn first.

Okay okay okay I’ll admit it, I’m biased and I fucking love Saturn (I mean, lol, you’re on a website called Saturn Season). Most people probably already know this about me, lol, but just incase your new here, you’re not going to get the same doom and fucking gloom reading on Saturn. Can Saturn be limitations and restrictions? Sure. BUT ONLY IF YOU LET SATURN FUCKING BE LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS. Lookit, you can sit there and fucking whine about what Saturn is doing in your life via transits, or you can bitch about what Saturn is doing in your natal chart…….or you can do something about it and rise to the challenge. Ultimately that’s what I believe big daddy Saturn wants from all of us – to rise to his challenge via natal placement AND transits/progressions, and not pussy the fuck out.

So….how does any of this actually TIE in to the GC? I almost feel like in order to fully make the most of the GC in our own charts, Saturn has to be “dealt” with square on. This would be because Saturn is last of the inner planets before we get to outer planets (I think physical 3D limitations and restrictions probably need to be dealt with before we can start to really tap into the GC in anything remotely resembling a conscious way – especially since while the GC is obviously very “Jupiter” inclined, it is also very outer planet inclined, too). This would be the case for ANYONE since the GC will exist in everyone’s chart, though I do think this pull to actually deal with Saturn and any limitations or restrictions that it tries to impose needs to especially be busted through for people that have GC conjunctions, oppositions, trines, and probably even the squares (though I’m still playing around with those).

So how does one actually “deal” with Saturn and it’s shit? This would depend heavily on your entire chart and what Saturn is doing IN your chart (the house it falls, the sign it falls, the aspects it makes, etc.). Because Saturn is such a physical planet, there usually is trauma that follows Saturn of a more “physical” nature. That doesn’t necessarily mean that there is literal physical trauma to your body because of where Saturn falls in your chart, but the trauma that exists from Saturn is very 3D and physical to this realm (and very, very real), and will manifest by way of sign, house, and aspects made. I’m not belittling this trauma that might exist from Saturn in your natal chart (I know Saturn can be a real fucking pain in the ass and painful), I just know that this little fucker doesn’t want anyone to actually let him limit them – pushing through the pain or the trauma in order to come out the other side makes us stronger. And I do think with all the energy that goes on at the GC, the more strength we can gain from rising to Saturn’s challenges will on help us in navigating all the GC’s energy (and again, this feels incredibly amplified if we’re talking about people with planets conjunct the GC, trine the GC, conjunct the Galactic Anti-Center, or even square the GC).

What makes Saturn easier to deal with in this way, from this angle? Having Saturn involved with the GC axis (maybe the conjunction) may help. Though I could ALSO see Saturn conjunct the GC making it harder to deal with Saturn in the physical world in some cases. Saturn Rx, while difficult, seems like it might be easier to deal with from the angle of the GC since Saturn Rx points towards Uranus. Saturn is never out of bounds, so you won’t see an OOB Saturn or have that on your side to help out.

I am going to have to think some more about this, because while Saturn is VERY DIFFERENT from the GC in pretty much all ways, I do feel like it is a piece to GETTING to the GC, understanding it’s energy, or being able to apply its energy in one’s life.

Mercury/Saturn Aspects of the “harder” variety

Questions that I get asked often have to do with mental illnesses/mental differences/learning differences, and if I’m able to see things like that in the natal chart. The answer to this particular question is yes and no. The natal chart is like a blueprint of possibilities for the person (and the soul) in this lifetime. Just because something “difficult” shows up in one’s natal chart regarding mental illness, learning differences, or anything really, doesn’t necessarily mean that the person will ever manifest that particular difficult or different energy into reality. Though, if the propensity *is* there for mental illness or learning differences to occur, whether or not it actually occurs depends on a number of factors (such as biology, environment, and nurturing), as well as heavier transits hitting the aspect in question, thus activating it. Since I am specifically talking about mental illnesses/mental differences/learning differences, certain aspects made between Mercury and Saturn (specifically the square, opposition and conjunction) seem to cause people some issues in the areas of mental health and information processing/learning. The specific types of issues that these hard aspects between Mercury and Saturn tend to produce are being overly critical of oneself, overly restricting the things that one says, possible learning differences dealing with information processing (though these people are usually very smart regardless), and depression/depressive ways of thinking. This is a trend that I have noticed time and time again, and I suppose the part of me that finds mental health and psychology fascinating wanted to discuss it 

**Just for a bit of reference……Mercury is essentially the mind of the natal chart, where we think and learn in a concrete way, and where we communicate. It is traditionally quick and logical. Saturn tends to represent hard work, perseverance, seriousness, and yes, restriction.
***Also, as a disclaimer, I am in no way, shape, or form saying that people automatically have mental issues and learning differences by default when they have these harder aspects in their natal charts. I’m only saying that the possibility could exist of something like depression occurring in their life if one of these aspects is in the natal chart of the person. Just want to make that part really, really clear.***
***Also as a disclaimer, I am in no way saying that learning differences are mental illnesses, and I never would. I only lump them together here because these harder Mercury/Saturn aspects can cause either/or; this aspect can indicate the possibility of one or both of these manifesting in the life of the native. To know for sure which (or both) are actually a possibility in someone’s life, you would need to take the whole chart into consideration. ***

Mercury/Saturn Conjunction: This conjunction blends the energies of Saturn and Mercury together, and depending on how tight the conjunction is, it may be quite hard to discern them from one another (the tighter the conjunction, the harder this will be). Saturn here can cause Mercury (communication and thought) to be more serious, more focused, and possibly more restricted. This restrictive influence could cause one to really censor what they have to say (and sometimes this could be to the native’s benefit, depending on other aspects in the chart). If it isn’t a good thing though, this can make the person extremely cautious about what they say, how they say it, and who they say things to/speak with in general. There can be issues with communicating anything at all, but especially things dealing with the native themselves, and their own emotions (and this will be magnified even more if the Moon is somehow tied to this conjunction/depending on other aspects). Because this aspect causes one to be more serious-minded, it is important that they stay mentally busy and of productive use. Being overly negative in thought and thought patterns is definitely a possibility here if Saturn isn’t kept productive and the mind is allowed to stay idle too long. All of the above can give the mind more of a depressive bent. But unlike the opposition and the square, all of this will feel natural to the native; there is no tug-of-war or tension feeling with the conjunction aspect.

Mercury/Saturn Opposition: This opposition shows up in people that are incredibly smart, but there may be issues in how you communicate and think about everything that you know and want to share. The ability that you have to censor yourself may not feel as natural here in the sense that there may be a tug-of-war quality about it; there may be times that you know it would be in your best interest to NOT censor yourself, and can see what you need to do to not do this, but there can be issues in actually acheiving this and not doing it. Because of this, I feel that this is the one of these three aspects where anxiety can creep in. There can also be a real tug of war in terms of the way that you process information and learn new things. Mercury wants to learn things quickly and wants to share this newly learned information just as fast, but Saturn here in opposition says “hold up, let me really take in this new information I’ve learned.” While extremely smart, you may not process things quite as quickly or in as fluid a way as other people at times, which can leave you feeling less than. The same thing can be said about the way that you communicate this information; it may be a little slower (and you may even speak slower, more deliberately, when you do speak), as a way of really getting your thoughts across in a clear manner. Too much self-censoring, and feeling less than, can leave you feeling depressed. This possible depressive inclination is exacerbated by the seriousness of the mind here, and it’s inclination to lean more towards the “negative.” Learning to consciously balance the mind here, (kind of consciously allowing Mercury & Saturn to come through at times), as well as giving yourself grace to operate differently from other people (we are all unique!) is key here.

Mercury/Saturn Square: Out of all these aspects, this one is probably the most difficult to have in your natal chart. There is no merging here, no give and take, just pure tension all the time, and one has to learn to live and operate in spite of this tension. Mercury is quick, wanting to take in everything that it can learn and always curious. Saturn never really wants to give in to Mercury here, and is constantly “restricting”. At the same time, Mercury never really wants to slow down enough to appease Saturn. Having this aspect can cause some real issues with a lack of self-confidence, shyness (and possibly even loneliness) due to this lack of self-confidence, negative/depressive thought patterns, and a variety of learning differences. Because of Mercury and Saturn not ever seeing eye to eye here with this aspect, the mind (while again, usually very intelligent), may need extra time to really catch up and process in some way. You may have a different way of needing to learn certain concepts (nothing wrong with that, we’re all different!), and one of the ways to take on the challenge of this aspect is to embrace this about yourself if it happens to be the case in your life. The censoring that you can do to yourself here in regards to how you actually communicate can be crippling. It is massively important for any depression that you may suffer from, or for any intense shyness and loneliness that results from this, that you actually do force yourself to communicate your thoughts to the world. I’m not saying you have to turn into Chatty Cathy with anyone and everyone, but communicating when you have knowledge that you want to share (of which you have oodles), or something that you really want to say…..try just saying it. You could start out doing this with people that love you and have your best interest at heart, and slowly widening your circle. By just dipping your feet into the shallow end of communication, you may find that some of the depression, self-criticism, and loneliness that you may suffer from are alleviated some.

To read more on the subject of mental illness & mental differences in the natal chart, here is the link to a blog post of mine about Mercury/Uranus Hard Aspects:
https://saturnseason.com/2019/02/15/mercury-uranus-aspects-of-the-harder-variety/

Saturn Energy (and why it’s fucking awesome)

A post I saw on Reddit a bit ago had the poster lamenting about how much they disliked all the Capricorn/Saturn Energy in their natal chart. They found all the Saturn/Capricorn Energy difficult and they were wondering how they could access other placements in their chart (such as becoming more in tune with their fire sign moon energy, etc). Essentially they wanted something to counter all the Saturn, something to over-ride it and over-power it. Basically, turning them into someone that they aren’t, that they weren’t divinely created to be. Then I got to thinking…….

Saturn is one of those greatly misunderstood planets (as well as the sign Capricorn). It tends to be regarded by critics as “serious,” “depressive,” “restrictive,” and “responsible,” with the most negative connotation surrounding those words. Not only is it misunderstood but almost fear inducing, especially when someone mentions the *big bad boogey-man* Saturn Return. Christ, if you want to see what I mean, mention this term in some sort of astrology forum. Or search for posts about people asking questions having to deal with their upcoming Saturn Return, what kinds of negative shit they should expect from it occurring, and how they should brace themselves for what’s to come. Now, I’m not getting onto people wanting to know about what’s to come during their Saturn Returns. People like to know things about what’s to come for them, and there is nothing wrong with preparing oneself for things that could, indeed, be a challenge. It’s all the fucking fear that’s almost been drilled into people about Saturn Energy that bothers me. How Saturn is always painted in a generally dour and negative light. This is all because some asshole decided that it was a “Malefic” planet (because of keywords to describe it like “structure,” “discipline,” and “restriction.”) Saturn is all of those things; the structure, the discipline, the responsibility, the restriction. But it’s so much more than that (and, depending on how you look at them, those aren’t necessarily bad things). Above all else, Saturn is a challenge. A challenge that you’re either up for, or you’re not.

I have learned a few things about Saturn over the years, the first of which being that Saturn Energy is necessary. You may not always like the structure that it imposes on the areas of your life that it touches. It may not always be “fun,” but it is necessary for your soul’s evolutionary growth. Maybe while your soul was in the “in-between” before this current incarnation, you wanted these kinds of structures, restrictions and responsible feelings to touch specific areas of your life. Maybe I’m a little bit biased since I have Saturn on the Ascendant and a Capricorn Moon (both of which I heavily identify with), but I find the reins, structure and restriction that both place on me are absolutely necessary. If my moon were anywhere else, I probably wouldn’t have the calmness and clear head that I do under really high stress situations. I would also probably be a much more emotionally volatile person in general, but that Capricorn Moon keeps everything in the emotional arena nicely in check. Also, with Saturn on the Ascendant, it gives a seriousness, depth and “rock solid” quality to the personality that otherwise wouldn’t feel (or be) as pronounced to me. And I kind of like that.

Another thing I have learned about Saturn energy is the more you work against it, the worse it will be for you. This rings true for placements in your own Natal Chart, Synastry Chars, Transit Charts, etc. You can’t work around it, either. Literally, with Saturn Energy, you have to work with it to work through it. Saturn will test you. Saturn has a tendency to throw things in your path that make life more difficult. Some examples could be having Saturn conjunct the Descendant, which could cause that native difficulties within romantic (or just one-on-one) relationships. Another example is the “scary” Saturn Return; during this time, you may find things in your life become more taxing, loss becomes more prominent,”difficult,” and restrictive. If you are someone who doesn’t have a prominent Saturn/Capricorn in your chart and aren’t naturally familiar with this energy, it can feel as if road blocks are constantly going up everywhere and/or that everything is kind of blowing up around you. Saturn, being father time, is there to clean house; to push you away from things, places and people you have just simply outgrown and don’t need anymore. To push you along life’s journey and force you to change in some way. Change can be difficult, and taxing, but oh so necessary. Once the necessary work and perseverance is put into your Natal Saturn/Capricorn Placement(s) to master the lessons that Saturn wants to teach you in this life, you will come out more victorious in that area of life than can be imagined before putting in the work. Saturn does reward hard work and perseverance, after all. (This is true for Transits, Synastry, etc., and especially for Saturn dominant people).

Look, no one said that life was easy (as I’m sure that all of you know). Saturn promises that there will be difficulties in your life, things to persevere through and will test you to see what you’ve learned and mastered thus far. It is these very difficulties, trials, and tribulations though that cause us to grow and evolve into even more complex beings. To evolve us to a higher state of being. And this evolution and growth is what life, I believe, is all about.