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Saturn in Leo

Saturn is the last planet visible to the naked eye. For millennia, it represented the limits of the solar system and came to symbolize time, structure and order. Saturn takes about 29 years to orbit the Sun, spending about two and a half years in each sign of the zodiac. Read More »


Saturn in Gemini

Saturn is the last planet visible to the naked eye. For millennia, it represented the limits of the solar system and came to symbolize time, structure and order. Saturn takes about 29 years to orbit the Sun, spending about two and a half years in each sign of the zodiac. Read More »


Saturn in Taurus

Saturn, the planet with the rings around it, defines boundaries and limits. Its transit through earthy Taurus raises some serious questions about whether any of us has enough money, comfort or security. Is it even possible to feel safe in these times of rapidly increasing change? Saturn gives us a clear picture of where we stand. This works fine as long as cynicism doesn’t replace realism. Read More »


Saturn in Cancer

Saturn is the last planet visible to the naked eye. For millennia, it represented the limits of the solar system and came to symbolize time, structure and order. Saturn takes about 29 years to orbit the Sun, spending about two and a half years in each sign of the zodiac. Read More »


Neptune in Aquarius

Neptune, the planet of dreams, is only partially comfortable in Aquarius. Neptune appreciates the global view of this sign, but prefers direct experience to Aquarian theories. The down side of this can be distorted group values and collective hallucinations. The collective neural network is losing its boundaries as Neptune connects all the synapses, all the time. Sensory overload, too much CNN, Internet and cell phones makes it hard to find a quiet place to just be by yourself. It's almost impossible to be alone, but all too easy to feel lonely. Read More »


Uranus in Pisces

Uranus takes its first step out Aquarius on March 10 and tests Pisces' waters until September 11 before finally leaving its home sign after a seven-year visit. Thus far, the universal peace and harmony we hoped for with Uranus in Aquarius has not won out, but the game is not yet over. The most obvious marks of the revolutionary planet's homecoming have been the global wiring of the Internet and mapping the human genome. So we have new access to information that has not yet been transformed from fact to wisdom. That, we can hope, will be a gift of Uranus in Pisces. Read More »


Uranus in Aquarius

Revolutionary Uranus is in its home sign in Aquarius: the future is now. Uranus feels welcome in open-minded Aquarius. This is an indicator of major cultural changes. The global mind is wired by email and the Internet. Communities are no longer bounded by time and space, but are being created by our common interests. We can now easily have friends all over the world. Read More »


Pluto in Sagittarius

Pluto is the planet of transformation. It is a tiny distant body, invisible to the naked eye. Yet, Pluto is incredibly powerful, a force for total transformation. The presence of Pluto in Sagittarius may express itself through religious (Sag) extremism (Pluto). Passions about absolute (Pluto) truth (Sag) can lead to destructive acts and a lack of tolerance for differences. Read More »


Jupiter in Sagittarius

Jupiter is the largest of all the true planets. Its mass is greater than all the rest of the planets combined. Some astronomers even consider it to be a failed star. Astrologically, Jupiter is the planet of expansion, growth and optimism. Known as The Greater Benefic, it symbolizes good luck and fortune. In the ancient Indian language Sanskrit Jupiter is called "guru" or teacher. This fits its association with the higher mind, philosophy, truth and religion. Perhaps Jupiter's good fortune derives from the capacity to give us a larger view in which to see the world. Read More »


Jupiter in Cancer

Jupiter is the largest of all the true planets. Its mass is greater than all the rest of the planets combined. If it was only 20% larger it would develop enough heat at its core to be a star. Astrologically, Jupiter is the planet of expansion, growth and optimism. Known as "The Greater Benefic," it symbolizes good luck and forutne. In the ancient Indian language Sanskrit Jupiter is called "Guru" or teacher. This fits its association with the higher mind, philosophy, truth and religion. Read More »


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