Saturn in 200 words

Saturn is the planet of conservatism, safety, economy, poverty, natural disasters, shortages and disease.

Conservatism is politically committed to free enterprise and private ownership and socially committed to traditional values and beliefs.

Safety involves measures that protect against danger, risk or injury.

Economy or thrift involves the careful management of resources.

Poverty involves a lack of money and material resources.

Natural disasters include storms, floods, landslides, earthquakes, hurricanes, cyclones, typhoons, tornados, volcanic eruptions, droughts and famines.

Shortages involve a lack of something like food, shelter or work.

Disease is a harmful physical condition that robs people of their physical wellbeing. Fear, worry, anxiety, depression and despair rob people of their mental wellbeing.

Saturn events involve conservatism, traditional values, economy, cost-cutting, lower prices, recession, economic hardship, poverty, safeguards, security measures, tariffs, land, agriculture, farms, farmers, mines, mining, miners, disease, epidemics, weather, storms, floods, drought, loss, hardship, pessimism, fear and despair.

They occur as progressed Saturn forms aspects with the planets in his cycle chart; or when Saturn is aspected in one of the major cycle charts; or when Saturn is involved in a major aspect in the sky. They regularly feature on the 24-hour news cycle.

Author: DW Sutton

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