In the 45th episode of the podcast four astrologers join the show to talk about the upcoming ingress of Saturn in Sagittarius.
In the first half of the show I talk with Kelly Surtees and Austin Coppock about what Saturn in Sagittarius means from a broad symbolic perspective, as well as what it means for the world at large within the context of mundane astrology.
In the second half of the show I talk with Patrick Watson and Leisa Schaim about what Saturn in Sagittarius means within the context of natal astrology by looking at a collection of people who were born with it in that sign of the zodiac, and talking about what happened to them during their Saturn return.
Below you will find more information about each person who appeared on the show, followed by an outline of some of the different topics we covered, and then links to download or stream the recording of the episode:
Further Info on Saturn in Sagittarius
- Kelly Surtees recently published an e-book on Saturn in Sagittarius, which will be on sale at a discounted price on her website on September 18.
- Austin Coppock wrote an essay about Saturn in Sagittarius in his astrological almanac for 2015, and he is also beginning two different online classes starting on September 26, the first being a four week course on dignity and rulership, and the second a six week class on the decans or faces.
- Leisa Schaim authors a blog called Saturn Return Stories, has lectured on the topic, and also offers consultations that are geared towards people who are going through their Saturn return.
- Patrick Watson wrote an extensive and excellent essay on his blog titled Saturn in Sagittarius: The Skeptic, the Architect and the Luddite, and has the distinction of being the only panelist on this episode that actually has Saturn in Sag in his birth chart.
- Chris Brennan is an occasional contributor to Saturn Return Stories, authoring articles such as Five Tips for Interpreting the Saturn Return, and a tutorial on How to Calculate Your Saturn Return.
Part 1: Kelly, Austin, and Chris: Saturn in Sag, the Big Picture
- Saturn moves into Sagittarius on September 17, 2015.
- Stays in Sagittarius until December 19, 2017.
- Initial preview was from late December 2014 to mid-June 2015.
- Focal point around March 2015 with station at 4 Sag.
- Saturn in Sag themes
- Movement, travel, getting from here to there.
- Literal themes of travel and transportation. The Chunnel. Space travel.
- The idea of that which is foreign or alien.
- Visions, big picture ideals, making these manifest in a way that is good enough.
- Saturn and the ability to assess and be discerning.
- The quest for direction and meaning.
- Integrity, justice, law.
- Big Aspects involving Saturn in Sag:
- Saturn square Neptune: Dec 2015/June + August 2016
- Mars retrograde in Sag/Scorpio first half of 2016. In Sag early March.
- Saturn trine Uranus: Dec 2016 + May 2017
- Plus two aspects from Saturn in Sag to Jupiter
- Jupiter square Saturn March + May 2016
- Jupiter sextile Saturn Dec 2016/Jan 2017 + August – September 2017
- Seems to be more difficult stuff during the first half of Saturn in Sag, but easier later on
Part 2: Patrick, Leisa, and Chris: Saturn in Sag in Natal Charts and Saturn Returns
- In this segment we are going to talk more about what Saturn in Sag looks like in the natal chart, as well as what the Saturn return will look like for those who have it there.
- Saturn in Sag in the 20th century:
- December 2 1926 – November 29 1929
- January 12 1956 – January 5 1959
- November 17 1985 – November 12 1988
- What are some of the themes that come up in the lives of people with Saturn in Sag?
- What are some themes that come up during Saturn returns in Sag?
- It is hard to differentiate between the two sometimes, so let’s talk about both.
- Patrick examples, batch 1:
- Tony Abbott
- Stephen Fry
- Leisa examples, batch 1:
- David Good
- Caroline Kennedy
- Amanda Knox
- Patrick examples batch 2:
- Neil DeGrasse Tyson
- NASA/Challenger/Sputnik/Mir. Future: expansion of commercial space travel.
- James Randi
- Leisa examples batch 2:
- Amy Goodman
- Elizabeth Smart
- Judith Butler
- Some Saturn returns in Sag we’re looking forward to:
- Shia LaBeouf
- Pope Benedict XVI (Ratzinger)
- Ronan Farrow
- Lady Gaga
- Keywords: To boldly go where no man has gone before.
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