Saturn in Sagittarius: Part Two

Saturn is the most distant and by far the slowest moving of the planets used by traditional astrologers. Therefore he has the deepest impact on the sign in which he finds himself. Saturn rules boundaries, gloom, depression, restriction, rules, harvest, death, structure, bones, old age, longevity, melancholy; the bare necessities, the bare minimum, the nitty gritty. I saw an interesting lecture by Rick Levine last September at the Astrological Association Conference. He pointed out that in English, words beginning with st are often Saturnine in meaning: stone, static, steely, steady, stern, setting a standard, sturdy, steadfast, studied, stone-cold sober, structure, strict, stranded… … Continue reading Saturn in Sagittarius: Part Two