Transiting Saturn in Aquarius Dates
- Mar 21, 2020 11:58 PM ET Saturn enters Aquarius
- Jul 1, 2020 7:37 PM ET Saturn Rx enters Capricorn
- Dec 17, 2020 12:04 AM ET Saturn enters Aquarius
- Mar 7, 2023 8:34 AM ET Saturn enters Pisces
Choose your friends wisely. It’s time for quality friends. It’s time to find friends who have the same ideals as you and who envision a future with you in it. It’s time to associate with people who speak the truth and who have a sense of loyalty and integrity. It’s time to hang out with people who give you the freedom to be yourself and who don’t use guilt tactics or manipulation strategies to get you to do what they want. It’s time to associate with people who value your right to be yourself as much as they value their right to be themselves. It’s time to give everybody some breathing room. Mind your own business. Give people some space to live their lives. Be a good friend. The consequences of the company you keep. Take responsibility for your half of the friendship. Take responsibility for your role in the groups you’re involved with. Social conscience. Commit to your vision of the future.
The Water-Bearer’s mortal enemy is the tribal instinct. … To conquer that tribal instinct, the Water-Bearer must cultivate an absolute loyalty to truth.
― Steven Forrest, The Inner Sky: The Dynamic New Astrology for Everyone
Be cautious about being a mindless follower of celebrity personalities. Be careful about associating with groups that want you to compromise your personal integrity. Be careful about bending your ideals to fit into a movement. Join a herd at your own risk. Groups and clubs and organizations feel heavy and burdensome. Be true to who you are. Keep a cool head. “Like” things because YOU like them, not because 95,000 other people like them.
Pulling back from groups and associations to maintain your personal integrity. Finding that you are compelled to separate yourself from the pack. Sensing a strong conformist overtone in the groups you belong to. Realizing that some of your ideals and principles do NOT blend with the movements and groups you’re a part of. Sensing the differences between people who claim to be on the same side. Standing back. Standing apart. Separating yourself from extremists. Separating yourself from cuckoo people. Leaving the crowd. Leaving the fray.
Isolated genius. Intellectual hermit. It’s hard to bond. Feeling isolated, alone, and alienated by the very people who are supposed to share your ideals, hopes and dreams.”Social proof” becomes the standard, in a cold, unfeeling, rational and isolating way.
The rules of social media. Follow these rules, or get banned from Twitter. Follow these rules, or get blocked on Facebook. Please read our new rules. The rules of group engagement. The rules of friendship. The rules of equality. The rules of being human. Real humans be like this.
The limits of humanitarianism. The limits of feelings of brotherhood. The limits of friendliness. Friendships have limits. How far are you willing to stick your neck out for someone? Where does integration with the collective end? Where do you find yourself no longer relating to collective political views and group visions? How serious are you about your committee’s vision? How serious are you about your team’s mission statement? Where do you draw the line? What are the long term consequences of being involved with your groups and organizations? Where are they leading you?
What’s the difference between a movement and a mob? Where’s your individual identity? Are your groups ignoring what you bring to the table on a personal level? Lack of interest in individual people. Lumping everybody together. YOU’RE a Millennial, the end. YOU’RE a Boomer, the end. It’s hard to be different now. It’s hard to be unique. It’s hard to stand out. Putting a lot of time and effort into being different. Stubborn refusal to have anything in common with anyone. Be sure to check off all the boxes to make sure you’re standing out. Here’s the step-by-step plan, tried and tested by experts, on how to be unique. Will the real humans please stand up? Who are real people? What are real human values?
Aquarius is the sign of the individual as a cooperative unit of the group. It is a sign in which, theoretically at least, the individual ego and its needs are subordinated to those of the larger social unit of which the individual is a part.
– Robert Hand, Horoscope Symbols
The rules for being an outsider. The rules on being progressive. Will the real progressives please stand up? Restrictions on progress. The rules of the future. Halting progress. Stumbling blocks to equality. There’s no space. There’s no space for people. We’re running out of space.
Limited freedom. Restricted circulation. Limited populations. The test of originality. The test of being unique. The test of nonconformity. Can you resist the pressure to join a crowd? Do you feel pressured to join a movement or cause? Are you someone who normally joins movements and causes? Alienation. Feeling more alone than ever. You’ve been blocked. Access revoked. Where are the boundaries of your social group? How far out can you go before they ostracize you? Are your progressive friends becoming intolerant? Having friends is a burden.
The cause gets real. The real radical. The real revolution. Blocked intelligence. Blocked genius. Blocked individual expression. Injunctions against groups. Putting limits on mass gatherings. Putting limits on mass technologies. The realities of being involved in movements. Blocking technologies. Limited access to computers. Limited access to progress. Limited access to internet. Cyberspace gets smaller. The limits of technology. The rules of technology. Traditional technologies. Old technology. Ham radios. Morse code. Smoke signals.
Clearly defined and restricted vision. Isolated fringe groups. Fringe groups with rules and regulations. If you want to fit in with this progressive ideology, then you have to follow these rules. Progressive people are like this. Forward thinking is like this. Read and sign our manifesto. Take our oath. Sign our petition. Commit to our cause. Swear an allegiance. What’s your name again? Question people outside our cause. Limited access to outsiders. What are the limits of progress? What are the real goals of progress? Limiting your circle of friends. If you want to be friends with this group of people, then you can’t be friends with that group of people. Members-only groups. Member screening. Member standards. Here are the criteria to be a member of our group.
Reality is created by a process of exclusion, of eliminating other possible realities. This aspect of exclusion is one of Saturn’s most important attributes.
– Robert Hand, Horoscope Symbols
Crowd shaming. Where is the social proof that you are progressive? Prove your ideals. Prove your vision. You’re not doing enough. Maintaining your rebel status. Progressive conformist. Desperately trying to be cutting-edge and avant garde. Rote rebel. Rebel de facto. Time to rebel! The rebel bell is ringing! Here are the rules of the rebellion. Here are the rules of the revolution. It’s going to happen like this. Lack of a real revolution. The revolution got a little stifling, didn’t it? Geez, revolution is a lot of work. Real progress. Step by step progress for the future, not a flash in the pan.
You’re going to have to work really hard to see the progress you want. You’re going to have to work really hard to see your ideals manifest. There’s going to be a lot of stumbling blocks on the way to your Utopian vision. Logic dominates. Myopic. Your circle of friends just got smaller. You can’t hang around with people who don’t share your vision of progress. Not open to outsiders or outliers. Define progress. Define Utopia. Define weird. Define genius. Define outcast. Define rebel. Define the future. Define human.
The Scientist. Testing your hypothesis. The Scientific Method. Cold, hard logic. The cold, hard facts. Testing the truth. Prove it. Where is your logical proof? Scientific discipline. It’s the whole process that matters, not just the end result. Take responsibility for your ideal vision of the future. What will you actually do to make your vision a reality? What is your version of Utopia? What have you actually done to create your ideal future? What can you actually do to make tomorrow a better world?
Astrological standards. Astrological testing. The rules of astrology. Testing the truth of astrology. Hard science. Master of astrology. Astrology gets limited. Astrology, you’ve lost that loving feeling. Real astrology. Scientific astrology. Lack of faith in astrology. Cold, hard, rational astrology. This is the method you must use. Putting the science back in astrology. Putting the astronomy back into astrology. Astrology be like this, for real. Get your weird facts straight. Git ur wyrd fax str8t. There are rules to being weird, you know.
Saturn in Aquarius in the 1st House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the first house, you are focusing the way you move through the world on being tolerant, friendly and people-oriented. You develop mastery by limiting your social contacts to those who are progressive, experimental and brilliant. You’ll know you’re becoming fanatical when you insist on defining someone else’s ideals, hopes and dreams just by the way they look.
What kept me sane was knowing that things would change, and it was a question of keeping myself together until they did.
― Nina Simone, I Put a Spell on You: The Autobiography of Nina Simone, Saturn in Aquarius in the 1st House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 2nd House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the second house, you are focusing your innate talents on humanitarian endeavors which may also bring money. You develop mastery by limiting your income objectives to those which are progressive, inventive and unorthodox. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when you start robbing from the rich to give to the poor.
We discovered that peace at any price is no peace at all…that life at any price has no value whatever; that life is nothing without the privileges, the prides, the rights, the joys that make it worth living and also worth giving…and that there is something more hideous, more atrocious than war or than death; and that is to live in fear.
― Eve Curie Labouisse, Saturn in Aquarius in the 2nd House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 3rd House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the third house, you are engaging in friendly, unorthodox exchanges with people from all walks of life to develop a more open and tolerant viewpoint. You develop mastery by taking independence, originality and freedom of thought seriously. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when your ideas and thoughts become anarchistic and destructive.
Saturn in Aquarius in the 4th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the fourth house, you are taking the ideal of a progressive, futuristic, eclectic home base seriously. You develop mastery by opening up to humanity and community from deep within yourself. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when your house is overrun with radicals and new age bohemians but no one is helping with rent or taking out the trash.
When unique voices are united in a common cause, they make history.
― Gloria Steinem, Saturn in Aquarius in the 4th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 5th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the fifth house, you are concentrating your brilliance and invention on creative projects that promote humanitarian ideals. You develop mastery by taking the weird, bizarre, unconventional things you love seriously. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when your weird hobbies are more deviant and risky than altruistic and joyful.
Your silence will not protect you.
― Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches, Saturn in Aquarius in the 5th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 6th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the sixth house, you are focusing your daily work and activities on progress, altruism and universal ideals. You develop mastery by structuring an unorthodox daily rhythm that allows freedom, innovation and independence. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when you’re a Breatharian and you only work from 11:11-22:22 on master number days.
There is nothing more liberating than having your worst fear realized.
― Conan O’Brien, Saturn in Aquarius in the 6th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 7th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the seventh house, you are focusing brilliance, intuition and social instincts on developing strong individual relationships with others based on finding yourselves on equal footing. You develop mastery by taking independence, tolerance and freedom in relationships seriously. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when no one knows where you are, what you’re doing or how to contact you.
People fill in the unknown with what fits with THEIR known.
― Ingo Swann, Penetration – the Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy, Saturn in Aquarius in the 7th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 8th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the eighth house, you are focusing intuition, social instincts and scientific inclinations on taboos, deep interactions with others, and the occult. You develop mastery by testing and finding out who agrees with you on your most out-there ideas on death, psychology and transformation. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when you’re acting like a mad scientist and people are scared of you.
To see a World in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour.
― William Blake, Saturn in Aquarius in the 8th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 9th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the ninth house, you are focusing social instincts, experimentation and a futuristic viewpoint on religion, beliefs and culture. You develop mastery by taking the concepts of freedom, tolerance and universality in the search for meaning in life seriously. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when you insist there is only one right answer.
I like a movie that the audience actively has to participate in, and not just casually observe. Whatever my part in it, just as an audience member, I find that exciting.
– Jennifer Jason Leigh, Saturn in Aquarius in the 9th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 10th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the tenth house, you are focusing your reputation, career and position of authority on humanitarian, progressive and innovative ideals. You develop mastery by being friendly and tolerant when you find yourself as the “go-to” person in any situation. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when you use your authority suppress freedom in favor of the rules.
Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another.
― Carl Sagan, Cosmos, Saturn in Aquarius in the 10th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 11th House
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the eleventh house, you are focusing on progress and reform to fulfill your greatest longings and fondest hopes and dreams for humanity. You develop mastery by making your ideals real; by manifesting your visions. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical when your utopia has only three people living in it.
To love is simply to allow another to be, live, grow, expand, become. An appreciation that demands and expects nothing in return.
― Kate Millett, Sita, Saturn in Aquarius in the 11th House
Saturn in Aquarius in the 12th house
ith Saturn in Aquarius in the twelfth house, you are finding freedom within by cutting out distractions to focus on humanitarian ideals and universal principles. You develop mastery by promoting tolerance that emanates from within. You’ll know you’ve become fanatical if you’re not sharing your spiritual path with others.
The Path is under your feet.
― Issan Dorsey, Street Zen : The Life and Work of Issan Dorsey, Saturn in Aquarius in the 12th House
People with Saturn in Aquarius:
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 1st house: Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil, “The Redemptress,” actively promoted and ultimately signed a law, named Lei Áurea or the Golden Law, emancipating all slaves in Brazil (source)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 1st house: Matt Dillon, actor, Drugstore Cowboy (Mercury, Ascendant, Saturn, Mars, and Sun in Aquarius)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 1st house: Nina Simone, singer, songwriter, musician, arranger, and civil rights activist, “I Loves You Porgy” (Ascendant, Saturn and Venus in Aquarius)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 2nd house: Sophia Loren, Grand Dame Cross OMRI, singer and actress
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 2nd house: Marla Maples, actress, television personality, Donald Trump’s ex-wife, mother of Tiffani Trump
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 2nd house: Ève Curie, journalist and pianist, daughter of scientists Marie and Pierre Curie
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 3rd house: Elvis Presley, singer and actor, Jailhouse Rock
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 3rd house: Sydney Pollack, film director, producer and actor; directed 12 different actors in Oscar-nominated performances (source)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 3rd house: Neymar, Brazilian professional footballer
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 4th house: Christian Dior, fashion designer
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 4th house: Gloria Steinem, feminist, journalist, and social political activist
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 4th house: Maurice Ravel, composer, pianist and conductor, Boléro
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 5th house: Audre Lorde, self-described “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,” (Venus, North Node, Saturn, and Sun in Aquarius)(source)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 5th house: Elizabeth Montgomery, “Samantha” on Bewitched
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 5th house: Logan Phang, Malaysian astrologer
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 6th house: Benjamin Bratt, actor, producer, and activist
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 6th house: Adele Exarchopoulos, actress, Blue is the Warmest Color
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 6th house: Conan O’Brien, talk show host, Late Night with Conan O’Brien
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 7th house: Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr., US Army General; led all coalition forces in the Gulf War (source)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 7th house: Emily Grace Trebec, daughter of Jeopardy host Alex Trebec
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 7th house: Ingo Swann, psychic, artist, and author; known for being the co-creator of remote viewing and the Stargate Project (source)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 8th house: Vanessa L. Williams, beauty queen and actress
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 8th house: William Blake, poet, painter, and printmaker
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 8th house: Salvador Dalí, Surrealist painter
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 9th house: Jeane Dixon, astrologer
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 9th house: Jennifer Jason Leigh, actress, “Elsa Gardner” in Atypical (Moon, Venus, Jupiter, South Node, Sun, Mercury, Saturn and Mars in Aquarius)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 9th house: Julie Newmar, actress, dancer, singer, writer, lingerie inventor, and real estate mogul; “Catwoman” in the 60s Batman series
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 10th house: Miley Cyrus, singer, songwriter, actress, and philanthropist
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 10th house: Carl Sagan, astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist, astrobiologist, author, and science communicator
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 10th house: Trisha Yearwood, American country music artist, actress, author, television personality and celebrity chef
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 11th house: Kate Millett, feminist writer, educator, artist, and activist
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 11th house: Joan Rivers, comedian, actress, writer, producer, and television host
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 11th house: Rita Cosby, television news anchor and correspondent, Inside Edition
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 12th house: Whitney Houston, singer and actress
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 12th house: Issan Dorsey, Sōtō Zen monk and teacher, drag queen, junkie, alcoholic, commune leader (source & source)
- Saturn in Aquarius in the 12th house: T.C. Tahoe, comedian and magician
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