Saturn rules the earth plane and materiality. Neptune rules the spiritual and boundless. This aspect is reality colliding with the dream world and one which can lead to great creative efforts on the material plane but also leading to frustration and disappointment. It is trying to embody practical ideals, but through this whole process, it[…]...
Question: Is Saturn square Neptune aspect good for artists? The Saturn-Neptune aspect has been pointed out to be an excellent auger for artists. It is thought to contain the grounding nature and anchoring of Saturn combined with the artistic, glamorous, and dreamy tendencies of Neptune. Moreover, it is a common aspect shared by many people, and manifests[…]
Every once in a while you come across a chart that beautifully articulates the essence of an aspect, and literal expression. In this case it is more of a T-square that involves Sun opposite Saturn both square Neptune (see chart at the end of this post). Ferdinand Cheval was a French postman that spent 33[…]
An individual with Saturn conjunct, square, or opposite Pluto will often find that some form of intense frustration is strongly felt. A part of life is usually blocked and this could be due to a variety of reasons. It might stem from fear, powerlessness, or being unable to move. Some aspect of their world feels as[…]
When Saturn is conjunct, square or opposite Neptune in the natal chart, it helps to ground the inspirations, dreams and longings into some kind of practical form. The immense creativity, imagination and symbolic life of Neptune is anchored by Saturn into something tangible. However, Saturn can also repress, frustrate and block the inner chaotic world[…]
Another one of my favourite films is Copycat. The movie is about Dr Helen Hudson (Sigourney Weaver) an expert criminologist. After giving a lecture at the local university she is trapped in the lavatory by one of her previous subjects Cullum. He sneaks into the toilet and waits for the Doctor to make her entrance.[…]
Neptune’s ocean contains lost fragments of collective dreams, forgotten hopes and aspirations. The Saturn-Neptune archetype is shown by the representation of people’s dreams and hopes waiting to be lived out and realized, and until that time arrives, they lay at the bottom of a Wishing Well. Saturn-Neptune leads us into feelings of hopelessness, despair, and frustration.[…]