Sagittarius: Nine Months To Go

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Sagittarius and Sagittarius Rising People – how MUCH has your life evolved since Saturn first set his well-shod foot into your domain? That was December 2014.

And now you have but nine months of Saturn in Sagittarius to go.

That’s right. Thirty-six weeks in which to consolidate and integrate the gains made via the mentoring of the Time God. Saturn evolution is often better in retrospect. Something occurs that snaps you back to two and a half years ago or more – only then do you get to grok the progression. Often it is via the unmistakable evidence of a photograph aka a stranger who resembles you gazing out from the not so distant past.

Saturn is also the ascender of mountains.Β  The simple terrain, your sunlit pastures or repetitive trot around the park bores this deity.Β  Only the peaks will do. One day you gaze down and realize how far you climbed, not noticing the height because of the sweat dripping into your eyes and the aching muscles.

And brilliantly, for this last leg of Saturn in Sagittarius, there is a sync with rad planet Uranus* and Bitch Goddess Lilith is also in the sign of the Centaur…see the Horoscopes for more on all that + share here: Sagittarius and Sagittarius Rising, how does it feel to have just nine months of Saturn in your sign/rising sign to go? And is there a progress report?

*I am a huge fan of Saturn-Uranus energy. It feels very much like that hoary old cliche about knowing the rules before you can break them.

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56 thoughts on “Sagittarius: Nine Months To Go

  1. I can’t even begin to list the changes…some major boundaries imposed and patrolled rigorously, especially in regards to my psychologically unhealthy family. Plus the people i had accumulated around me that mirror their patterns. (And having all of the above cut me out of their lives.) An unexpected discovery of a love for Law and beginning to study, stepping it up in the work realm and being promoted. Sometimes when I look around my spartan life I think “Enough already – when are we going to have some fun???” but I think I am going to miss Saturn and hope the effects are permanent.

  2. My entire life has changed since December 2014, and I can never go back. Holy hell has it been a ride.

    PS – Is Saturn in my 1st making me aware of Saturn heading into my 2nd with the impending lineup of Pluto + Jupiter coming as well?? I am 1000% more focused on my $$$ and budget and anyone ripping me off, and really would like to get my ducks in a row before the big Capricorn whammy of 2019/2020.

    • what happens 2019/2020? (sorry for my ignorance – I haven’t been keeping up with Mystic for a while)

      • Saturn and Jupiter will be lining up with Pluto for some potential fireworks, collectively and personally. It’s my second house so I’m trying to get my act together with finances before Saturn makes his appearance (because Pluto’s long journey has been interesting so far…)

  3. It’s been extremely difficult but rewarding. I am currently in moon conjunction hell lol.

    Since Saturn stomped into Sag I have gotten a divorce and left an almost 10 year relationship with a mentally and emotionally abusive Gemini, let loose the toxic friendships that were emotional safety blankets, did a combo swan dive into therapy and astrology (still swimming the waters of both), and began painting, drawing and writing in a way my former adult self never allowed.

    Saturn sits on my DC opposing Chiron on my AC. I also have Uranus, Juno and Moon conjunct in Saturn’s Sag retrograde phase this year. Capricorn Mars and Neptune are nestled closely by in a conjunction (Mars is also in my 7th, but Neptune is in the 8th).

    Am I ready for it to be over? Yes. Will I forget anything I have learned or taught myself during this transit? Never.

    • Well done Batshley!! I too ended a 10 year relationship with a Gemini almost immediately after Saturn entered Sag- what a Christmas THAT was!!!
      Had a lull when Saturn went back into Scorpio, but on return to Sag moved myself and 3 of my teenagers from the US back to Australia. With a suitcase each!!!
      Glad to have escaped Trumpville, but am not really settled back in Oz yet. Am now doing a Masters in Indigenous Health and planning to go bush as soon as my boys are emancipated (it may be the only way to stop them living with me ad infinitum!!!).
      I am not exactly friendless, but feel very self sufficient and not interested in small talk of any kind, so social stuff not very appealing.
      Lots of astro and tarot on the side.
      Roll on December…….
      Hang in there fellow Saggis!!!!

  4. Let’s see … My dad died. I became the legal guardian of my (then-17 year old sister), moved to the Suburbs.

    Broke up with a partner of 3 years.

    And have decided to up and change my entire career.

    Yeah … it will be interesting to see what happens when Saturn’s finally done with me!

    • My dad died too. It hurts. I’m severely depressed and I’m the mother of a bright beautiful three year old. I quit smoking tobacco cold turkey and want to dye my hair mermaid colors as soon as Venus is outta retro.

  5. Saturn on my Saggo moon had me purchasing a secret motorcycle and learning to ride it. Totoes sagg + also structure and learning.

  6. Good time, Time God Saturn has been in my 7th for eons, it seems.

    Have learned several new things very well: (1) kick those moldy, decomposing, well past their expiration dates relationships to the f’ing curb permanently; (2) that despite some righteous ire, to not burn bridges with powerful types; (3) trust gut instincts about others, always; & (4) when in doubt, eat healthy, pray, work, love, enjoy nature, zen and/or write it out.

    Much love, friends. Hearts ‘n stuff.

  7. Saggo sun here, and yes. Big, foundational changes have taken place since December 2014. Here are a few :

    * Got together the courage to end a long-term relationship that wasn’t working – became painfully aware towards the end that the reason I stayed was because I was so attached to the idea that this relationship was the ‘one’ when it started – I couldn’t let that go for a very long time. Finally did though!
    * Deep, regular dive into therapy – it’s been over two years of it now, and I’ve developed a much keener eye in relation to my emotions, negative thought patterns etc, and a seed of self-worth was planted that is continuing to grow and sprout (work in progress there!)
    * Paid off all of my debt, got organised with looking after my health
    * Finally got my drivers licence after having a pretty stubborn fear of driving
    * Made progress in career, and started studying counselling degree for a future career change into a field I’m consciously choosing and aligns with my values
    * Set very strong boundaries with sister who I had/have a very toxic, painful relationship with. She still hasn’t budged and continues to blame me for everything, but I don’t feel the guilt or shame I used to feel, and I’m comfortable keeping my distance. FYI, Saturn is in my 4th house natally.

    What do I want to achieve in the next nine months? I’m enjoying this structure to be honest, the appreciation of routine and a little bit of organisation – it was never much of a presence in my life til recently. I’m single for the first time in a few years, and my goal is to focus on myself for the rest of the year – what makes me tick, and particularly trying to get back in touch with my creative self now I’m coming from a more authentic place. I’d like to draw on Saturn to put in the work to make progress in that area.

  8. Holy smokes – total life next-levelling here. Career, fitness, relationship, parenting skills. Saturn kicked my ass but it’s fair to say I have loved it!

  9. Honestly, after the long, cruel slog through shit that was Saturn in Scorpio, it’s felt like playing a video game about adulthood. I’m a Pisces Rising, though, maybe the video game feeling is just a dissociative tool to get me through it. Like Ender’s Game!

  10. How does that go? The beatings will continue until morale improves? So far:

    – had baby (after 40) December 2014 – COMPLETE dissolution of old self, identity, more
    – 90% friends, shed (some by choice, others by circumstance, kind of like AA)
    – weekly therapy, 1 year in
    – learned when to pick battles and to think before blurting and fighting
    – entire business rose up, changed, died
    – reworking entire biz and positioning
    – learning to deal with money like an adult, actually hire professionals

    Still don’t feel like I have my #$%@ together but no longer in hiding about all of it. Planning to integrate hard lessons into new patterns until we’re out of this.

  11. Oh my goodness, I am a Sag w a Virgo moon and Taurus rising. I had my Saturn return just before Saturn moved into Sag. I am now finishing a PhD (psychology of human transformation) that I began in fall of 2013, and plan to graduate in December, just before Saturn leaves Sag. I’m also a full time high school teacher. My brain. Patiently continuing the process.

    • Sag with Taurus rising too (Cap moon) πŸ˜€ cheers to the PhD – sounds such a fab topic, curious to know whether you got to integrate/incorporate some conceptual shades of astrology there somewhere? ie one’s SATURN RETURN haha

  12. Well, it followed Saturn on my 7th house and conveniently coincided with those eclipses in opposition to my natal nodes so … was definitely a trip to the edge (in all aspects–ADMIN, career, values, vices, social life, relationships, sanity, health etc.) to say the least, but at least it led me to identify where my boundaries lie. I’ve since been in a life rehab of sorts since the last New Moon in Scorpio coming home and regrounding with my roots.

    Once or twice I’ve had an emotional relapse (right on the Venus Retro dot!) but the time they’ve lingered were significantly shorter and I’ve noticed just how raw they actually felt. Maybe it’s the circumstances that I don’t have as much to distract myself with anymore, but it may as well be just the sensitivity/intolerance one gets in detox. Either way I could not believe all those things I felt for an evening/couple of days was pretty much my constant state of self, save for the few windows of time I’ve learned to allot to myself (ie meditative baths, journaling, etc).

    Every now and then I feel rather stale compared to how I roll, but learning to trust the process. Besides there’s something so refreshing to this level of detachment, and I believe the key relationships (ie those that remained, for better and through worse) have evolved into a more authentic, baggage-free place.

    So ya, I suppose a pretty appropriate prep for my upcoming Saturn return in Cap too (also home to my Moon, Neptune and Uranus at 0 degree!)

  13. Aquarius sun + Sag rising.. Countdown to exit Saturn Return. I am that person finally looking back and only then grasping how far they climbed.

    It hit me the other day. And I laughed. I thought I was lost. I made drastic changes and I tended to focus on the suffering of it all rather than believing what I was doing. Changing my life. Clearing the path. These next months I predict I’ll solidify, strengthen faith in, and push what seemed like a whim decision but in reality is the wave to ride. ALSO yeah celebrate myself. The pat on the back . Say it. Change my story. I got myself here and this is now. Blahblah etc.

    • Yes, girl. “I made drastic changes and I tended to focus on the suffering of it all rather than believing what I was doing.” That whole second paragraph. I know those sentiments. I thought they were mine. Knowing your own strength & learning to trust the process(es)…what a gift! May we both have outgrown those outworn suffering mindsets for the long haul! Cheers!

    • Yas, awesome reminder thanks! Newfound respect for self for managing to stay alive throughout all that, and physically, for being so responsive to communicate just what the hell is going on.

      Plus those boundaries sure came in handy in not having (initially just the energy lol) to justify personal choices to co-dependencies enmeshed in projections whatnot, which mitigated the suffering factor to what has felt like a hostile time.

    • Oh YES to that. Part of Saturn for me is accepting the changes i HAVE made as a viable part of my (re)structure, and to honour that (without the Jupiterian joy = hubris / overdoing it…Jupiter in Sag). To say Saturn makes me appreciate but aim for better is the key.

  14. Transformative. December 2014 I was tasked with the challenge to tell a tenant the emotional rent ride she was taking us on had to end (in her moving). Oh, the tenant was my mother. Conveniently, at move time, she went literally crazy. “I always knew I could read ancient languages” staring-into-space style crazy. Talking to angels & demons, not sleeping, half the time incoherent, rambling & bumbling & mumbling like a toddler style crazy. At one point, she looked me in the eyes & said indignantly, “do you have something to tell me?” I did not. “You’re pregnant.” Clearly, she was mixing me up with my younger brother’s mid-term girlfriend in the back room. I was the wanderer, the unsettled gypsy, visiting to settle this family drama once & for all, & then – hopefully – be gone again. That night I dreamt of a giant pink positive test stick. The next day confirmed that the long-time friend I’d dropped in to stay with had sired a wee one of our own, then only eight and a half oh-so-short months from his bust on the scene. This was also my Saturn return.

    My mother, with the Galactic Center rising, came back to healthier & more grounded than ever I believed possible anymore at that point in life. We’re close now. That still shocks me – that two plus decade trend reversal. Motherhood changed that relationship and all of myself more than I dreamt possible. Year one of baby: 90% trapped on couch, tit out, in awe, crying, or trying to make sense of it all led me to a deep love & connection to astrology! Seriously, I got the baby that didn’t day sleep AT ALL & wanted to eat every at maximum 1-2 hour intervals. “Not an easy baby” challenged me to love when it doesn’t make sense, when everything in me was fight or FLIGHTFLIGHTFLIGHT, and turned to this miraculous beam of lovelight shining on every corner of my body, mind, & soul. Oh, & I finally learned to love my body inside & out through that raw & primal journey, undoing another two plus decades long trend of self-loathing & -abuse in favor of more strength, love, & beauty than I ever dreamt possible (hello, Sag rising physique! And with a toddler! Who knew this was possible? *toot toot*). I could go on, I also could have left it all at “transformative.” God, I hope Saturn isn’t reading this. What a fuqing transit.

  15. Sag rising w/9th house stellium. Thanks for this. Dec 2014 was a huge turning point. Major, long term changes began, good returns on one huge and hard-fought intuitive investment, finances transformed (nothing showy but very solid and good over time), major increased solidity and stability, major and definitive and lucrative elimination of old patterns that suck energy. Oh yeah and major transformations of home space into a total haven. And yet it still all has that kind of unexciting, humdrum, trudging along Saturn vibe. Doesn’t feel anywhere near as celebratory as it should be with what’s been accomplished. Feels more like I’m on a ledge mid-mountain face looking for the next foothold, yet–more boring than that!

    Thanks for the reminder! So helpful to look back through this lens.

  16. Look can I just get a shout out for Capricorns here. I feel I am staring down the barrel of the gun that will be Saturn in Capricorn. Frankly I only just survived my Saturn Return in Libra, in my tenth house, and it ended a mere four years ago – does not feel like enough time to get over it all yet!!!

    • Saturn LOVES being in Capricorn. This will be covered soon, i promise. It will be a feature in the Astro School, it is starting to be alluded to in the Horoscopes and it will be a whole THING in member posts…

  17. Wow. Completely utterly changed. No going back. I’m Gem rising, so Saturn has been transiting my 7th too…
    A few of the events in the past couple of years:
    1. Mother died in June 2015.
    2. Massive love affair late 2014/early 2015 that changed my view of love, sex, commitment, the whole damn thing.
    3. Marriage ended as a result of said affair in April/May 2015.
    3. New job in December 2014, which has seen me doing the HARD yards. Really hard yards (mountain is still being climbed and sweat is still in the eyes on this one).
    4. Have been through the mill in a new relationship – which has tested me a lot…
    All of of this has led to… (ta da!)
    5. Engaging in amazing Hakomi psychotherapy with a skilled Hakomi therapist – have made massive gains here and am getting stronger by the day.

    I’m really looking forward to getting Saturn over and done with, but I have to admit that I’m also grateful to the Time God for giving me all these precious lessons and forcing me out of the rut. It’s definitely been a case of ‘shed your skin and let’s get started’. Or else get kicked up the backside. My life is all about authenticity now. And discipline. And lessons learned the hard way.

    Is anyone dreading Saturn transiting their second though…??? πŸ™

    I’m not looking forward to ‘money’ lessons. I feel I’ve already been there and done that, what with marriage breakdown etc. I’m already as sleek and streamlined in my spending as it’s possible to be…

  18. Oh, Mystic! Thank Goddess you asked this. It was the subject of the “Ask Mystic” that I had been agonizing over–to write or not to write. But yes, I have been reflecting on this since you mentioned it in another “Ask Mystic” and counting the days. It feels like Saturn has been squeezing me for an eternity. Before it moved into my rising sign Sag, it had been opposing my Sun/Venus/Jupiter in Taurus and weighing heavily on my North Node in Scorpio. OUCH.

    Since December of 2014, I have had a falling out with three people with whom I had very significant relationships (one family member cut out of my life for goo, one friend chewed me up and spit me out, one romantic partner yo-yoed from one change of heart to another), all of them with Sun in Sag. Was it me? Was it them? I have no idea, but I certainly don’t feel like the same person I used to be. I’m no worse for the wear, just wiser.

    I have completely changed directions in my career–more by circumstance than choice–going from one full-time job to two part-time jobs. This is not my ideal, but I’m getting by. I have no idea where I’m going, but I’m trying to just go with it. Every so often, I glimpse a road sign that makes it feel like I’m headed somewhere rather than just anywhere. (Getting lost has always been my best method of finding my way, but this has been ridiculous AF.)

    It has felt like Karma playing out, and it sometimes it has been downright ugly. If I had taken a snap shot of my life at any given point over the last couple of years, I think it would have looked much like the Tower. I’m hoping that there will be some prize for making it through all of this, like some new, amazing, upgraded version of myself will rise from the ashes. (But then again, maybe not…Saturn is headed straight for my moon in Cap.)

  19. Sun Jupiter&n Mercury in Sagg 11th house.
    Thinking about this.
    Will get back to you πŸ™‚
    In 9 months Saturn will move into Capricorn yes?
    My rising is Capricorn.
    Pluto in Sagg the Pluto in Cap.
    I mean what’s a girl to do?

  20. Yeah… it’s been epic. Not epically bad, as it was when it was in Scorpio, more epically motivating. I’m Sadge rising. Scorp Saturn was a transit of “oh look at all the ways in which you have fuqed your little life up” and Sadge Saturn is “So now what are you gonna do about it?” I look back and it’s been a wild but amazing journey. I’m definitely better for it. I may even miss it.

  21. I have always loved how sadges bounce back from freakin anything, including epic Saturn transits. You guys are like giant squishy shiny rubber balls that the Hungry Labrador Of Doom can never fit his drooling maw around.. thus you are always Free, even if there are some fang marks where the HLOD has really tried to get a hold.

  22. Big changes. Multiple Sag with Jupiter on my Scorpio Asc – visited Northern Rivers in Dec 14 and never returned home to Sydney. A path opened up for me to tread, I sold my house, rediscovered an old career, bought land and am in the process of establishing my dream place to live. Simples. A little more solidifying the dream to go but I’m well on my way.

  23. Sag moon here. When the transit first started, my early Sag moon auntie passed, could not take her Saturn moon transit. Devastating of course but also because she was the Clotho to my Lachesis.

    Saturn opposed my Mars Lilith, crossed my Moon Neptune thrice, and opposed my Venus Jupiter (current). Next is a cross over my Eros. Second/Eighth house business, all about boundaries, structure, what is truly important, and learning how to navigate when others want to do a ‘drive by’ with their emotions, issues, etc. Still working on that one, there’s a select few that are too good at their freaky energy issues and fool the masses.

  24. Brad and Angelina was another Sagg-Gem relationship that also fell apart during this transit. What is it with Saturn in these situations – conjunct Sun in 1st and opposite Sun in 7th – and is this just a Sagg/Gem thing or does it happen to other opposite signs coupling when Saturn in 1st and 7th respectively?

  25. Oh my, I feel like an honorary Sagg after having Saturn go through my 4th house since Dec 2014. By the time Saturn hits Cap I hope to have paid off my mortgage. It’s been my number one priority since moving into my modest but perfect-for-me place and now I can see the end in sight, every cent is going towards it.
    I also started a proper bodywork training regime almost two years ago. I am probably the strongest I have ever been and a major long-term structural health issue is now a thing of the past. I’ve learned to hold my tongue at my soulless day job because my commitment is to stay there until I am debt-free. I spent so many years not caring about finances and thinking it was “authentic” to burn bridges, but this transit has seen me totally get all that sorted. With every passing week I move closer to better health – have drastically cut down on the Blue Devil and am moving closer to ditching it for good. This involves ditching the last of the friend-saboteurs…I’m working up to it.
    Saturn squared my Pisces 7th house sun-Saturn conjunction for much of last year and that was tricky. I think I’m better at relationships of all kinds. I’m certainly better at making new friends and striking out on my own to try new things if the old things aren’t working. I have fewer friends but much better ones.
    I still struggle with emo eating – it is very up and down. Frankly I don’t know how to beat that demon as it has been my constant companion since I was 17 – but I hope I’m slowly making progress. I love being healthy and this is slowly winning out against the carb benders.
    Saturn through my 4th and Pluto through my Cap 5th have given me a love for structure in my life, even my creative life. Turns out my work thrives on a certain amount of grounding and routine.

    • hi, you’re like a guiding light for me in many ways chrysalis (even if you are not sure you want that label!)

      the emo eating thing, I relate. If it is any help, I am finding that for self awareness (which u have obvs), if not a slightly slower rate of behavioural change, a meditation or insight / awareness practice (mindfulness) helps me to delay or modify food-comfort as the default fast-acting but less permanent solution to deeper and more slippery emotional discomfort. The key is making myself just sit through the feelings, or at least make conscious-junk choices (3 squares of 80% dark choc for example instead of a bag of palm-oil-based choc liquorice bullets). Not even necessarily distraction via exercise, although walking can be a good way to keep qi moving while not over-riding actually feeling the feelings. Tara Brach is this amazing psychologist / Buddhist practitioner whose talks are really valuable for this, imho, but of course there are lots of options.

      • Hey lovely, and back at you – I always find so much insight and wisdom in the parts of your journey that you share here. xx
        Thanks for the tip about Tara Brach…will check her out. You’re also right about keeping moving, if I can just distract myself long enough I am getting better at letting the distress pass. Basically I need to get to the beach as often as possible, ha πŸ™‚ xx

  26. It’s been a total tranformation, I’m also Scorp Rising so I’ve had Saturn double time. It’s been really fuquin tough but, like your running and running and intent to be at the top but you keep being dragged back and checked and put in line….. and really at the end all you have is appreciation for the lessons learned and the graft you know you can now put into into anything. I felt like I was only good at some things and that I really was limited. Now I know I can do anything I put my focus into. Not necessarily with ease but with dedication!! <3 thank you Saturn xx

  27. The first whiff of Saturn I caught was in mid 2014 with the line that hit me “There is no solace in others.” Saturn was still in Scorpio but getting close to my asc. When Saturn hit my ascendant it actually stripped away lifetimes of useless energy…which felt like death. I thought I was going to die Christmas 2014. The past 2-3 years have been a series of deaths of weak/not-self and a hardening of core self–with the help of solitude, therapy, and continued training in the integrative healing work I am drawn to. Last week the Saturn/Sun square with the Sun opp my natal Uranus, plus transiting Uranus near my natal Saturn and Pluto trining my MC– a whole hell of a lot of it coalesced and I feel powerful and capable in the way I was told I was (and didn’t believe in July 2014). I am looking forward to the “There is no solace in others” (It’s a line a deeply co-dependent person like I was needed to learn) changing to “There is mutual aid and support alongside others.” I also wouldn’t mind some more fun.

  28. Sun Centaur here in 3H. With Mars & Scorpio conjunct there too (but on the Scorpio side of the house.) 5-planet Cap stellium in 4&5H. Been doing Pluto since 1995…. and this Saturn since 2014, awaiting my Saturn Return (also in Cap). So life already was never easy-breezy for me in the first place.

    Let’s see. What DIDN’T happen?

    Got engaged for a year, only for the Saturn-Neptune square to come by and tear that whole relationship down. Even down to our shared assets, place, everything. Ended up carless and having to live in my best friend’s stepparents’ home for a few months (which was also a shit show, I had ZERO foundation/sanctum for a very long time). Lost a lot of money due to having to uber everywhere (work, school, etc). Got to finally find an apartment and live on my own (truly) for once, where a lot of shedding and un-cocooning happened. Lots of wounds

    The bodybuilding hobby I took up in 2013 only solidified more in my life – gained so much muscle I am technically considered overweight for my five foot frame.

    Took up studying astrology. Met people in yoga/meditation circles who opened my eyes up to practices I’d always needed as an extremely depressed-and-extensial-crisis-ridden child. Grew a humongous bubble around me that would prevent old family and friends that formerly liked to cage up my ansty hooves. Took up a regular lunar cycle ritual (down to utilising the Scheduler months out in advance to plan my days – thanks to my freaky Virgo ascendant), gave up almost all Western holidays and have only been celebrating what calls to my soul the most (ranging from wiccan/pagan to Hindu to just about every Eastern culture) – and all line up with the insane spiritual growth I spontaneously underwent on and off from 2014-2015 (think, glass shattering Matrix type stuff). Processed the trauma from realizing that all my 3d shit was all designed to entrap me, but also learning that I had the power to go above it all.

    My youngest brother committed suicide.

    I quit meat altogether, have been vegetarian for over a year, and am now eating more vegan. Consuming anything animal, I truly believe, means I’m consuming their karma too. Eeee no.

    My son broke his arm falling from 6 feet up a jungle gym.

    Got tatted up, twice. Once was a spontaneous Venice Beach thing. Never before inked.

    Discovered (er, UNcovered) that ALL my life I really have been more of a polyamorous individual and I really don’t personally believe in monogamy. Didn’t realize the strife that caused in my daily relations with people, until that aspect of me got brought up to the surface end of 2016/beginning of 2017. Did lots and lots of backtracking on my past and such thanks to retrogrades, and still sorting out how to adjust this side of me with my current life setup (plot twist: almost everyone around me is vehemently and defensively monogamous).

    Always been an artist but told to stuff it (since it’s not monetarily “practical,” blah blah blah) and since scoring my own sanctum, have made the most art I have ever cranked out.

    My 3H, which was once formerly made to live in FEAR of even expressing a trace of itself, has since broken out. I also have my natal Lilith (Scorpio) and the Lilith in Sag to thank for the jailbreak. She’s traumatized though from being shackled up and looking at nothing but bars and dark, smelly corners – so the outward declarations/expressions are still a bit shaky. The newly released beast is crystallizing though, not just in my inner consciousness but also in my outer actions, speech, dress, and any significant work/spirit/sex/life/parenting endeavors.

    Didn’t realize until this year how sexual my base energy really is – I’ve been learning to channel it all into art, writing, and vision questing.

    The word “exhausted” stopped being strong enough a word to apply to me, years ago….

    With this being said, I haven’t the SLIGHTEST idea what my Saturn return has in store for me soon…. I’m just SOOOOO relieved I don’t have a crazy Pisces/Neptune that probably would have tried to drink all this away (like a lot of Pisces folk in my life have been doing).

  29. Saggi sun in my 12th house with saggi rising in my 1st house, Saturn opposite in my 7th house. In December 2014 I failed my 6th and last attempt at IVF which was devastating. Following this my mum was diagnosed with cancer in April 2015…she sadly passed in august 2015. Then just when I thought I had myself together my dad was diagnosed with cancer in March 2016 and also sadly passed on the eclipse this year Feb 2017. For someone who has always looked on the bright side and put a smile on my face for my public persona I really have had to reach deep and learn to let go of hiding my emotions. They were raw and heartbreaking and for once I have not been able to put a smile on my face and pretend everything was ok. It’s been tough but I feel like I have learnt a lot about myself in the process. Self growth has been huge and I am definitely out of my bubble world but it has made me stronger. Looking forward to taking the new me to great places

  30. And right after Saturn in my Sun and Venus in Sag I have Saturn return in Cap coming up … seems like I will phoenixed up twice !

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