Saturn is the furthest planet from Earth to still be visible with the naked eye, representing an apparent limit to our solar system. Saturn’s cycles are long, solemnly trudging around the zodiac every three decades, marking the maturation and passing of each generation with the unstoppable march of time. Even Saturn’s rings appear to bind and constrict the planet. Accordingly, Saturn is the planet of limits, boundaries, structures, obstacles, hardships, delays, tragedies, maturity, seriousness, responsibility, duty, punishment, foundations, longevity, sacrifice and hardening, the status quo and the old guard. The condition of Saturn at the time of our birth says something about the kind of challenges and fears we face, where we put great efforts with no ease or guarantee of success, where we attempt to build things, the parts of our lives where we are told ‘no’ and where we say ‘no’.
Saturn in Pisces is in a mutable water sign and bears down on the significations of its ruler Jupiter. Their encounters with Saturn are confrontations with the void, leaving their faith shaken. The hardest questions for people born during these periods are about the limits of faith, compassion and spirituality. They may feel abandoned and forsaken by the powers that be, through hard experiences and tragedies that defy any greater meaning, things that people don’t know what to do with. This leads either to a reformed faith or a more pessimist outlook. These are people who struggle and persevere in hopeless places.
This is especially true if you were born with Pisces, Capricorn or Aquarius rising. Whether you experience the better or worse significations of this position depends on whether you were born during the day or at night, and the kind of aspects it makes with the other planets.
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