PLANETS

Up to the invention of the telescope we knew of 7 planets. (Well, actually 5 plus the sun and moon.) They orbit the sun in the same way the earth does, and their movements and cycles can be calculated and predicted. And now we have discovered more planets further out beyond Saturn and we’re getting to know them and studying their influence on people’s lives.

Saturn – Part Two

And if you manage to get through your Saturn return in one piece, here are your rewards.   The Gifts of Saturn But before we

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Picture of the sky at the time of the conjunction thanks to Stellarium

Saturn conjunct Pluto

Saturn and Pluto, two slow-moving planets meet in Capricorn for the first time in 500 years. What does it mean?   I’ve known people born

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A Child looks at Saturn

What do you see, child when you look at the ringed planet, Saturn? A big, bad bogeyman or a protecting friend?   “Limitation, constriction, delay,”

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