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Saturn aspects

Posted by admin on February 5, 2010

See planets aspects for explanation on how planet aspects work within the birthchart.


Saturn Conjunction Uranus

Posted by admin on February 5, 2010

You find it difficult at times to change the routine of your life but it’s actually something that’s always naggingat
the back of your mind – am I going forward or am I really procrastinating? You have the ability to alter your ways as much as anyone else, but it sometimes eludes you how best to go about achieving the result you want.

Saturn Opposition Uranus

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The pattern of life can be awfully routine at times. Oddly enough, when it is, you feel secure. When the boat starts rocking, that’s when you begin to wonder. But, just to be contrary, sometimes you’re totally opposite, and you love sudden disruptive change – it’s so exhilarating and stimulating. In other words, you’re caught between two stools,that which toes the line and that which puts the boot in.

Saturn Square Uranus

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Everybody wants to be different. But, as far as you’re concerned, differences can be a deterrent – something to
avoid at all costs. However, you don’t mind difference in others, in fact you positively respond to it. It’s just that in your own life you can’t shake off that old apprehension about branching out and actually going it alone.

Saturn trine/sextile Uranus

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You’re often tempted to change the pattern of your working life from one of structure and discipline to one of adventure and abandon. You secretly long to throw it all overboard and say to hell with all this dull normality. Not only do you have the desire to be different, you also have the potential.

Trines are the strongest of the positive aspects in a birthchart, they link planets harmoniously and offer opportunity to bring about changes which usually flow easily. Saturn relates to structure and responsibility where Uranus relates to the breaking away from it. These planets are quite opposite by nature; Saturn the past – Uranus the future; old and new; conformity and rebelion; caution and sponteneity. The positivity of having these two quite different energies aspected in a harmonious way to each other allows you the opportunity to be able to break free from outdated attitudes and to freely move on to new ideals as and when required.You can always free yourself from the existing patterns of your life knowing that the immediate future will provide for you if it’s what you really want. The only restriction comes when your fear of change holds you back.

Saturn Conjunction Neptune

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Every time you try to change the working pattern of your life it seems to fall apart in your hands. You approach this project and that with confidence, having planned the strategy but, strangely, it all amounts to nothing. However you persevere because you know – you just know – you’ve got what it takes to change things.

Saturn Opposition Neptune

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You can go two ways when it comes to the working pattern of your life – the one that brings you all the benefits of material security. You can go down the normal road trod by the world and his wife, or you can go own a path completely of your own devising. It might look airy fairy to others but, to you, it has all the ingredients necessary to make it successfully different.

Saturn Square Neptune

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It must often seem to you as if normality is one big farce. Wherever you look you see only its negative effects. However, at the same time, you very much adhere to what seems tangible and real in order to feel that life has something solid to offer. It’s that feeling of solidity – material and emotional security – that keeps you sane.

Saturn trine/sextile Neptune

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When it comes to adapting to the normal patterns of life you can conform as well as the rest of them. Indeed, normality is something which you need in order to feel your feet on the ground. However you also often have a nagging feeling that things could be quite – radically – different. All it needs is a shove from you. You do have that power – so use it.

Saturn Conjunction Pluto

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Structure and organization are two things you certainly need out which often seem to disperse into thin air. Often you feel that, no matter what you yourself personally do to make things work, it all seems to be taken out of your hands by more powerful influences.

Saturn Opposition Pluto

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You’re often intimidated by those in authority in your working life, whether there’s a real grievance there on your
part or not. That is, authority need not actually do anything to threaten your sense of security in order for you
to feel deflected from your chosen course. You must settle down to the fact that these ogres will always be about in some form or other – unfortunately!

Saturn Square Pluto

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What worries you is that all which you’ve worked so hard for over the years might suddenly vanish as if it never filled any place of importance in your life at all. It seems sometimes that nothing is stable, that nothing can be taken for granted. It’s an anxiety which constantly nags you – but really should never be allowed to dominate, for then it really would destroy.

Saturn Positive Pluto

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You cooperate well with those in authority in your working life. You use all that surrounds and is available to you to further your own material status. Advancement and worldly success are things which you want and strive for. Everybody knows that you’ll get them.

Unaspected Saturn

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You know as well as anyone else just what constitutes your Achilles heel: it is your lack of structure and discipline in the working field. Hence, material rewards have so far eluded you, and you look for all the world as if you are going to complete your journey through life without any outward show of achievement. Inner achievements are all very well and noble, but the world does not understand them. For better or worse, society measures its members by symbols of status and wealth, and these, because they seem to linger on
some far horizon, seem unattainable to you. So. . how to acquire such goodies, (assuming, of course, that you want to!) The first step is to acknowledge that you actually do want them, not for the sake of competing with others, but for your own material well-being. As Aristotle said, physical comforts are necessary for they allow the philosopher to practice his art without struggle! The second step is to select your strongest points – your talents – and to devise a method of using them as a means of income. It is not as hard as you think; others have done far less in order to achieve the same ends.