Anyone out there picked up any good advice for the infamous saturn return? I've studied astrology for a few years, and at 27, know enough to want to
respect this transition when it arrives. I'm half scared and half excited at the thought of a challenge, and would love to hear some other peoples
experinces, even (especially !?! if you didn't even detect a blip on the radar of life.
Saturn returns to the same position in a birth chart every 29ish years. Planatery orbits cause it to be a changable date for every person's chart.
It can be between 28 and 31 years of age (roughly) and lasts for about a year and a half. It happens again around 60 years and then 90 years and you
never know we could be lucky enough to see 120. The planet saturn is known as a task master and is thought to be a tough ride where a lot is
experienced. Character is said to be toughened through pure struggle and hard work. It isn't necessaraly a bad experience (I can say before I've
gone through one ha ha!). It's a case of no pain no gain.
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