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Brainstorm: Saturn / Descendant Astrology Aspects

This interpretation of Saturn in aspect to the Descendant embraces a loose brainstorm-style of writing to explore astrological themes. Spark your imagination when thinking about natal, transit, solar return, or progression meanings.

n it for the long haul. Long term commitments. Ultra long term commitments. Interminable long term commitments. Lasting love. Lasting friendship. The ties that bind. Tying the knot. Macram√©. Wedding rings. Wedding vows. Business contracts. Legally binding agreements. Friendship bracelets. Needing an anchor. Being an anchor. Looking for someone to anchor you. Looking for someone who can match your serious side. Looking for a partner who will ground you. Wanting a serious relationship. Getting serious about relationships. Taking relationships seriously. Marriage brings hardship. Unwavering commitment. For richer or poorer. Sticking with the commitment no matter what. No child’s play in love. Equal exchanges in commitment. I love you infinidad.

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Mature negotiations. Marrying an authority. An authority on law. An authority on marriage law. Divorce lawyers. The limits of the law. The boundaries of the law. Sworn oaths. Traditional enemies. Proving that you can be responsible. Proving that you can take care of your partner even if you wear yourself down in the process. Your father is like a partner. Wanting to be equal to Dad. Wanting to match Grandpa. Responsibilities concerning your Dad prevent you from giving your all to your marriage. Obligations to your grandparents prevent you from choosing a partner you would otherwise pick. Pre-meditated “love.” Lack of spontaneity in relationships. Wanting a partner who is really going to be there for you through thick and thin.

Elder law. Treating senior citizens fairly. Treating older people with respect and dignity. Equal treatment for those in decline. Love for the ageing. In business with the elderly. Working at the old folks’ home. Your best friends are 80 years old. You’ve always gotten along with people much older than you. Sometimes you find it hard to relate to people your own age. You are not the biggest fan of youth culture. It’s easier to relate to older people. Relationships get easier as you get older. Your friends lean on you. Your partner leans on you. You’re a rock in relationships. Let yourself lean on others too. Beware of becoming a magnet for hardship. Hard work is generally rewarded with more hard work! Take a break sometimes. Don’t give your all to every single person who crosses your path. Commit to the few who are worthy of you. Reduce your number of commitments and make those count. You’re not here for everyone.

Mastery of relationships. Mastery of the lesson of equality in relationships. Mastery of maturity in relationships. Teaching about relationships. Passing on lessons learned in love. Heavy tolls in love. Long term relationships. Going steady. Monogamy. Waiting for Mr. Right. Definitely a white dress. Looking for something real. Commitments in love. Commitments in business. Commitments to the enemy. Taking equality and fairness seriously.


  • Ageing & Maturation
  • Discipline & Restraint
  • Fear & Reality Checks
  • Manifestation & Crystallization
  • Responsibility & Hard Work
  • Limitation & Boundaries
  • Seriousness & Gravity
  • Structure & Order
  • Wisdom gained through age & experience
  • He ate his kids

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  • Cut back
  • Demarcate your boundaries
  • Draw a line in the sand
  • Get real
  • Get serious
  • Get your affairs in order
  • Give yourself a reality check
  • Go minimal
  • Just say no!
  • Learn the lesson, then move on
  • Less is more
  • Limit interations wherever Saturn falls
  • Trim the fat
  • Use your time wisely
  • Aches & pains
  • Aging
  • Cut backs
  • Getting wrinkles
  • Going bald
  • Gray hair
  • Lack
  • Limitation
  • Low resources
  • Maturation
  • Neglect
  • Responsibility
  • Restrictions
  • Slim margins
  • Trimming
  • Working harder for the same outcome
  • Father of Jupiter, Neptune, Pluto, and Chiron
  • Grandfather of Persephone
  • Son of Uranus
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