Saturn is seen as the “Jewel of the Solar System”. Being the outermost planet that can be seen with the naked eye. This is the last of the personal planets. Marking a considerable gap in the time sequences involved with the trans-Saturnine planets and their tenure in an appropriate sign.
Planet Saturn is the ruling planet of Capricorn and Aquarius and is strongly exalted in Libra. It’s the slowest planet in Vedic astrology, taking thirty years to transit through all signs of the zodiac. Those infamous rings of Saturn represent the limitations of man.
Associated with restriction, limitation and delay, being the Guru that teaches us the realities of our own existence. The planet Saturn does not deny or restrict imagination, spirituality or good fortune. But instead, demands that these things are given a strong structure and meaning.
It is through this that Saturn is able to provide us with educating experiences. And is able to lead us to where we belong and what we deserve according to our karmic actions.
Obstacles, failures, frustrations and delays are able to teach us to look further than materialistic areas of life such as glamour, reputation and social connections.
Saturn governs our ambition, motivation, career, authority and influences our own sense of duty, responsibility and discipline. Saturn is also thought to represent a person’s organizational abilities and their endurance during hardships, both physically and emotionally. The Return of Saturn marks extreme significance in each person’s life.
Saturns’ movements used to be observed with fear, signifying bad luck, great loss or punishing circumstances. Saturn is now seen as more balanced now, as many of its hard lessons and trials lead to rewards and success. In non-natal charts Saturn reflects difficulties that arise from a lack of tact and sensitivity as well as excessive self-interest.
It also presents hard work, professionalism and success through experience. Saturn’s influence in vocation is rather malleable and the exact direction it takes is more influenced by the other planets, Saturn just makes it more serious, professional, focussed and ambitious.
Nevertheless, Saturn tends to push in career directions such as corporate management, administration, education, architecture, governmental work, business, authoritarian positions and self employment.
Saturn is associated with health issues in regards to circulation, constipation, vitamin deficiency, the sense of hearing and our teeth.
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At the centre of our solar system is the Sun, in which the Earth and all the other planets revolve around. The Sun is considered an integral part of astrology, representing our conscious mind, will to live and creativity.
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The nearest planet to the sun, and thereby seen as most in tune with it. Mercury is seen as the “spokesperson” for the Sun, feeding the Sun messages how he interprets and perceives it. A tranquil sun is likely to be upset by negative messages from a shaky Mercury.
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Second closest planet to the sun, and the brightest natural object in the night sky (after the moon). Venus has dual rulership over Libra and Taurus, representing two significant areas of our life – money and love.
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Astrologers consider the Moon to be just as important as the sun through its different phases, waxing and waning in appearance in an unchanging cycle. The moon is said to represent the feeling nature of individuals, associated with their memories, moods, subconscious habits and emotional make-up.
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As the fourth planet in the Solar system, being personal in its sign, house and aspects reflecting basic psychological functions in the personality. Red is seen as the symbolic color for Mars – the color of blood, fire, action and passion.
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In Roman Mythology, Jupiter is the King of the Gods, a guardian and protector and is mainly connected with the day Thursday. Jupiter is also commonly referred to as the Planet of royalty, culture and philosophy.
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Seen as the “Jewel of the Solar System”, being the outermost planet that can be seen with the naked eye. Saturn is the last of the personal planets, marking a considerable gap in the time sequences involved with the trans-Saturnine planets and their tenure in signs that makes this appropriate.
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The discovery and subsequent acceptance by the scientific community coincided with an incredible revolution in technology and science. Having an aerial as its glyph or symbol is a testimony to the progressive things Uranus stands for.
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If you were to be told that this Universe, your physical existence, your birth and death itself and in fact everything around you is an illusion and completely insubstantial you’d more than likely shake your head in disbelief at such a proposition.
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In the scheme of Eternity, we consider Earth and human history, we may liken our current stage of development to that of an embryo. It is within this framework of our planetary ‘gestation’ and progress that the study of the outer planets Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are of particular interest.
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The North Node is an indicator of the challenges that we will face in our life, and the lessons these challenges will teach us. It is associated with the experiences we must work on in order to grow spiritually.
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Ketu is the shadow planet in astrology that represents the South Node in astronomy. South Node is seen as having a profound influence on our lives and also the creation process.
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