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Lula Jing
30-05-2010, 08:19
I know very little about astrology but I do find it interesting.

I read somewhere today that Saturn is leaving Virgo in July.

So what might this mean for Virgos - or for anyone for that matter?

Personally, I hope to struggle less and have more fun. I'm assuming it won't be that simple, but this is a general query to those in the know - what's the new vibe?

:D

paradoxx
06-08-2010, 13:46
Saturn has been moving back and forth between Libra and Virgo, it just takes time for the Chronosian ruler to be defined. Scheduling conflicts might occur, working ahead a few weeks is a sub-state given the restrictions on the psychological factors.

Queen Hippolyta
06-08-2010, 15:11
Well...every time Saturn goes into Libra my idiot neighbors suffer from all the bad karma that they have piled up. Oh the fun! Get out the opera glasses and watch the police raid their home! This never gets old. The last time Saturn went into Libra we had every police agency from the county and state at their home! Now the thing about Saturn going into Virgo is they think they are in the clear but I am waiting for it to go back into Libra and start back up again. Thank you for posting this.....I was waiting for the fun to begin again.

Sophie
06-08-2010, 16:55
And every time it moves back into Virgo, it opposes my natal Saturn at 29 Pisces and stitches me up :(

Move out of Virgo for good, already!

Minderwiz
06-08-2010, 19:06
Wow, sounds like Saturn has become mercurial with all this seeming coming and going.

However, Saturn is actually far more leaden than that. Saturn first crossed into Libra on 29th/30th October 2009. He reached 4 degrees 39 minutes and then turned retrograde on 14th January 2010 and retrograded out of Libra into Virgo on 8 April 2010. He turned direct on 31 May 2010 at 27 degrees 49. On 22nd July 2010 he moved into Libra for the second time and will not return to Virgo till 17th October 2036.

Saturn is in exaltation in Libra and is also the ruler of the Air triplicity by Day so, other things being equal, Saturn is much less malefic in Libra than virtually anywhere else apart from Aquarius. How you will be affected by transiting Saturn depends largely on your natal and related charts.

Sophie
06-08-2010, 19:08
On 22nd July 2010 he moved into Libra for the second time and will not return to Virgo till 17th October 2036.Good!

Bernice
06-08-2010, 19:49
And every time it moves back into Virgo, it opposes my natal Saturn at 29 Pisces and stitches me up :(

Move out of Virgo for good, already!My bold. It has been knocking 6 bells out of my sun for a.g.e.s !


Bee :)

Lula Jing
07-08-2010, 03:40
Hmmm, this has made me want to get my chart done for the next couple of years...! :D I'm experiencing so much change at the moment it's ridiculous. Job, home, health... all change! And apparently Mercury is in Virgo for ages this year as a rare treat for us Virgos.

Thanks guys for making me realise that I know absolutely nothing when it comes to watching the skies but I applaud those of you that can make any kind of sense out of it all. It's truly fascinating.

Sophie
07-08-2010, 06:25
Mercury is at home in Virgo, but how it will affect you will depend on the state of your natal Mercury.

Lula Jing
07-08-2010, 17:07
Just fished out an old birth chart! (May have to give that another read...)

Planetary positions at birth -

Mercury: Virgo 2909'
Saturn: Pisces 2628'

I've no idea what that means but what does 'the state of my natal Mercury' mean?

Blueangel
10-08-2010, 03:43
Hi Minderwiz,

So how should Virgos feel the difference once Saturn has left, meaning which aspect of their life should improve or change as a result of Saturn leaving.

Thank you,

Blueangel

Minderwiz
10-08-2010, 04:44
Well if you've been following my other posts, you'll know I don't go in for Leo's sun sign heresy LOL.

Transits in themselves are not particularly important, they take on importance by relating to some event, such as birth (transits to the natal chart) the return of the Sun to it's natal position (Solar Return), or marriage, or employment but in all cases you have to consider any aspects to ALL planets (including the outers if you go in for modern Astrology). Most people may know their sun signs but you really need to know the position of the others to answer the question - especially the Ascendant ruler and Lord or Lady of the Geniture (most dignified planet). For example many people with Sun in Virgo will have Mercury in Libra and Venus in Libra. So Saturn may be moving away from their natal Sun but towards natal Mercury and/or natal Venus.

So it will depend on whether and what aspects transiting Saturn will make to any natal (or other chart) planets. The only general point is that Saturn is now much less malefic.

Lula Jing
10-08-2010, 19:24
So it will depend on whether and what aspects transiting Saturn will make to any natal (or other chart) planets.That does make a lot of sense - i.e. the bigger picture! I just can't help noticing (from a personal pov) that I feel that I am shaking off a load of pressure and responsibility and am currently seeking out a new future. This may or may not have anything to do with astrology but I'm definately experiencing change, that's for sure. And yesterday I was able to work through and organise twelve months worth of paperwork. Something which I had simply been avoiding for all of that time. I can now see the 'wood for the trees' so to speak.

This has prompted me to get a transit forecast. I'm so interested to find out what influences lie ahead; now that I'm on a new path!

Thanks folks - there's no point trying to scratch the surface here and I would agree (on the back of my very limited knowledge) that it's not all about the Sun sign. Saying that, I do always feel as if I come into my own self more around September time and am looking forward to settling into my new home during Aug/Sept. :)