Moon/Saturn Aspects

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“Death Valley Dune” by Cole Thompson

Melancholy. Depressed emotions. Little emotion. A burdened mother. A responsible woman. A responsible mother. Taking on responsibility at an early age. Emotions are a burden. Heavy feelings. Sad feelings. Structured emotions. Rigid emotions. Emotional authority. An authority on feelings. An authority on habits. An authority on women. An authority on mothering and nurturing. Anorexic. Lack of emotion. Lack of caring. Lack of nurturing. Lack of nourishment. Mom as the authority figure. Mom was the disciplinarian. An authoritative woman. Denying feelings. Denying emotion. Cut off from emotion. Cut off from self-care. Denied nurturing. Denied happiness. Unable to feel happiness. Becoming a master of your emotional realm. Teaching yourself how to feel. Gaining mastery over habitual response patterns.

Master of defense. Gaining mastery over emotional responses. Learning how to make your own happiness. Learning how to make your own joy. Learning how to emotionally fulfill yourself. Learning how to take care of yourself. Learning how to meet your own needs. Learning  how to cope with depression. The amount you felt your father cared. An emotional father. Fluctuating feelings about responsibility. Fluctuating feelings about structure and authority. Fluctuating feelings about discipline and hard work. Feeling okay with hard work. A sensitive authority figure. A sensitive father. A defensive stance. Lack of joy. Emotional repression. Feeling okay with rules and regulations that support emotional response and expression. Comfortable not showing emotion. Happy in a position of authority. Disciplined habits. Disciplined activities bring happiness. Surmounting obstacles brings happiness. Achievement brings happiness. Having an intuitive sense of time.

Having a natural sense of authority. The capacity to handle responsibility with aplomb. Feeling that there is never enough time. Hardened emotions. A hard childhood. Lack of emotional expression as a child. Lack of support during childhood. Denied support. Feeling responsible for mom. Taking responsibility for your mother. The child who takes care of the parent. Early maturity. Emotional responsibility. Dutiful emotional expression. Dutiful habits. Inhibited emotional expression. The responsible child. Emotional management. Mood management. Learning how to be happy- the hard way. Making time for your own needs. Neglected by mom. Loneliness. Hardened emotions. Mature responses. Emotional mountains and barriers. Blocked intuition. Mastering  intuition. Intuitive teacher. Hardened defenses. Crystallized habits. Master of the emotional domain. Mood master. Barren landscape. Bleak house. Keeping a stiff upper lip. Eating schedules. Finding happiness in the real world. Taking responsibility for you own emotional well-being.

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  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    I know quite a few people with that opposition. Two of them have the Sun in Cancer conjunct Saturn in Cancer opposing the Moon in Capricorn. With the Moon and Saturn in mutual reception, those planets support each other. Sometimes they support each other's bad habits, but often they support the good habits. With the Moon and Saturn in mutual reception I would expect you to be emotionally reliable- someone I could count on in a moment of need, or when I needed a shoulder to cry on.

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    I know quite a few people with that opposition. Two of them have the Sun in Cancer conjunct Saturn in Cancer opposing the Moon in Capricorn. With the Moon and Saturn in mutual reception, those planets support each other. Sometimes they support each other's bad habits, but often they support the good habits. With the Moon and Saturn in mutual reception I would expect you to be emotionally reliable- someone I could count on in a moment of need, or when I needed a shoulder to cry on.

  • tatiana.larina

    Cap Moon opposition Cancer Saturn – that's an industrial-strength Moon-Saturn aspect. Yep, it sucks.

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    Out of sign- Pisces/Scorpio. For some reason I didn't remember that.

  • Natasha

    I have a square!!

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    “people are like tea – they don't know their strength until they are in hot water.”

    I love that- I just sent it to twitter :D

    I do think that keeping the long term in mind is helpful, especially because of the way that Saturn restricts whatever it touches. Moon/Saturn might feel that whatever it is currently feeling is all that there is.

    Thank you for reading Nora!

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    Poor Marilyn. I haven't looked at her chart much, but I do know some of her story. She always seemed a tragic character to me.

  • Nora Jean Stone

    Gemini Moon square Virgo Saturn: Took a long time to appreciate the aspect. I read today that people are like tea – they don't know their strength until they are in hot water. Difficult aspects like the Moon square Saturn give us challenges through which we become stronger – if we keep a long term goal in mind: good for the family, helping mom, children are a joyful burden, etc.

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    Thank you :)

  • Ebonystarr55

    Thank you so much for that. It's not an aspect that is talked about as much, so I had been trying to piece together an understanding based on what I already knew. Your perspective helps greatly.

    Also wanted to say that I really enjoy reading your blog. It's wonderful! :-)

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    Thank you for reading Ebonystarr55 :D

    Biquintiles indicate talents we have that have nothing to do with our family or upbringing, or anything else really. Some astrologers have suggested that they show style- a way of thinking, the kind of art and fashion we like, or a style of doing things. With the Moon biquintile Saturn, you could like melancholy sad songs, you might have a style of emotional restraint, or you might have a sense of responsibilty that doesn't fit in with how you were raised because it's all your own.

  • Ebonystarr55

    I appreciate you doing this post. I have the moon biquintile saturn aspect and I have been struggling to understand it more and how it may play out in my life.

  • jjasonham

    Marilyn Monroe has a square. She was known for being quite friendly and loving, but also for having that hint of sadness. We all know her biography about her mother and childhood…

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    David Bowie has a Moon/Saturn conjunction in Leo. The artist Francis Bacon had the conjunction had it in Aries, and Sophia Loren has it in Aquarius. :D

  • jjasonham

    I liked the 2005 version as well. Matthew McFaddyen played Darcy. I input his info for noon and he has an exact Moon-Saturn trine, along with a Sun-Saturn square. This is fun!

    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0532193/

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    Mr. Darcy is a good choice- actually, Colin Firth in anything would fit. I just looked him up on Astrotheme- depending on what time of day he was born, he does have a Moon/Saturn trine: http://www.astrotheme.com/portraits/tvRGnf77g4Q… (Actually, a Moon/Saturn/Sun grand trine).

  • jjasonham

    Very good post. I have the trine. These statements are so true. When I think of these aspects the first thing that pops in my mind is Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice.

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  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    Which aspect do you have, the trine?

  • Natasha

    Gah. Perfect.