We've Got It All
I think Saturn is particularly important now as the earth heads into more serious times. Pluto in Capricorn motivates change in structures and systems, and the newfound Neptunian influence will affect the outcome. There were fears of catastrophic political events with this oppositon and they never materialized. The usual localized upheavals were the stories of the days. One can never predict for certain. There were some more violent occurrences in the past with this marriage of forces, but this rather mild political time might be an indication of what will happen in the near future, as violence trends downward in the human population. There is an optimum amount of danger in all life, and maybe that information is starting to be disseminated. For me, the Saturn in Leo-Neptune in Aquarius opposition taught me about love as it relates to society. I came to the Internet when the fears of government were at their highest and I interacted with the collective paranoia, set loose after the demolition of the Trade Towers shocked this country into awakening. The terror of it all. But then out of the neptunian vapors came Raging Universe and a wonderful assortment of human creatures that renewed my affection for society, a great contribution as I embrace the world and Pluto travels to my Midheaven. As a result of these developments, astrology at its best is becoming known to the public, a minor miracle. Astrologers have a mighty responsibility. Their influence is growing.
Saturn's path will be further tempered by the revolutionary, progressive influence of Uranus as Saturn prepares for the job as emissary of Pluto in Capricorn. I think he'll be ready for the task. Out of the gasses, dirt, rock, fire, water, and wind has come the mythical kingdom of Blogland. I think this magical place will have everything to do with the political development just ahead.
Photo: Luca Invernezzi Tettoni