I made this 1.5 hour video lecture back in early 2017 and it was previously only available if you paid for it. Since then multiple people have asked me to make it publicly available. So as a way of saying thanks for your support of my work over the year of 2018, I am now releasing it to the general public for free.

Saturn and Pluto are two of the most feared planets of our solar system, and in 2018-2020, they’re coming together. This lecture includes research and observations on:

  • The recurring themes of Saturn in Capricorn periods
  • The recurring themes of Pluto in Capricorn periods
  • The synchronic and diachronic narratives of the Saturn-Pluto cycle
  • Projections about the next 2 years and the nature of the new Saturn-Pluto cycle.

They say not to fearmonger about scary transits. Well then I guess we should say that the Saturn-Pluto co-presence/conjunction in Capricorn from 2018-2020 is about sunshine, rainbows and daisies then!

Watch it here:

If you’d like me to make more content like this, please support me on Patreon with just $1!

Thanks again for all your support! Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year, or y’know, something approaching that given that you now know what’s coming oh my god does astrology have to ruin everything yes it does.

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5 Comments

Denise · December 25, 2018 at 5:16 pm

Very good video, thank you got your hard work of investigation and for your sense of humor! Very appreciated!

Adam Madison · March 8, 2019 at 5:03 am

Thanks, but I certainly won’t ever pay you a dime as long as you’re censoring my comments!

    Patrick Watson · March 11, 2019 at 12:05 am

    Hi Adam, I am very sorry this happened to you but I believe I have not censored you. It is exceedingly rare that I censor comments (even when I should) . I’ve looked back through recent comments and the last time I saw you commented was on the Jupiter in Sagittarius article. I also looked through the spam folder to see if I accidentally flagged it as spam and it’s not there. I also usually get an email notification for new comments and I do not see one there from you for this article. Is it is possible it got lost? I know how frustrating it can be to lose a response you put effort into. Just know that I appreciate every comment I get, even if it’s critical because I can respect criticism if it is honest, well-intentioned and carefully considered. Feel free to try again to leave your comment or if you’re not sure I got it, forward it to me at patrickwatsonastrologer@gmail.com. My apologies again Adam.
    Best,
    Patrick

Sherri Mckeon · March 26, 2019 at 3:31 am

I like your style. I believe that its better to be honest and grim than being censored with this “new age love cult” crap, i am so sick of any ‘complaining’ being seen as ‘spreading hate’.(anti joy is the enemy, raise you vibration, lightworker ‘business’ models) This “enlightened superiority” that is common in the “professional” astrologers that are ‘paid’ to care about someones problems. They often forget its a service with no fudciary responcibility like a doctor, accountant, or lawyer. I help people for free in 12 step situations with astrology and often “pink cloud” is not the goal but a ‘managable life’ is the goal. I do not subscribe to the cult of ‘happy happy joy joy’ where it is really a priveleged wealthy peoples form of intolerance and manipulation against acknowleging complainer’s feelings and issues. I feel people buy in to the eckert tolle(i like him) line that bliss is our natural state(but this is wrong). I feel its curiosity and calculating and navigation of challenges that is homo sapien’s natural mental state. Bliss is a distraction in my experience. Distractions are needed in small doses, but not as a life style like many ‘self help’ gurus (and drug dealers) promote. We often need goals and unknown elements to feel alive and powerful and progessing, in my opinion, based on my experience. (Ranting here, i know, its a pet peev, ha)

    Patrick Watson · March 27, 2019 at 12:24 am

    I see where you’re coming from and I feel similarly. You have a more Stoic perspective, this was the philosophical disposition of some early Hellenistic astrologers as well, such as Vettius Valens.

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