Saturn stations Direct
4th PDT 0:03 / 4th AEDT 18:03
Today Saturn stations direct on Pisces’ 0 degree, calling our attention back to March 11/12 of this year. What was transpiring for you in the early days of Saturn’s entrance into Pisces? These events merit reflection, as Saturn will remain on this degree for the next three weeks as it picks up steam to continue its forward march.
Saturn, our planet of time, discipline, and law, is in Pisces for the long haul (until 2026 in some capacity). Yet since its retrograde station began on June 17, we have been tasked with scrutinizing the spiritual, religious, and media-driven institutions in which we place our faith. Although “reality” is becoming an ever more ephemeral prospect, Saturn’s role is to erect boundaries that can work within Pisces’ liminal landscape. The old rules cannot apply here. Therefore, over the past four months, we have had to rethink how we wish to build going forward. What are our true priorities? Who can we trust to guide us through transitional times?
If we have found leadership, whether in our personal lives or on a grand societal scale, to be lacking, it’s not explicitly because they cannot be trusted. Rather, it's because WE are stepping into our Saturnian prowess. Placing more stock in our intuitive competence than in the might of authority figures is part of the process. Over the summer, we realized that there IS no man behind the curtain. Those in power aren’t demigods. They’re just people like us. And if they have occupied positions of influence, why can’t we? In many ways, Pisces is the great equalizer, because we are all the same in the eyes of the cosmos.
Saturn’s retrograde has done away with distracting enterprises that would have robbed us of our motivation while doubling our labor. The coming months provide an opportunity to assume our rightful place in the hierarchy. With great power comes great responsibility, and vice versa. The world is waiting for us to claim what is ours.
Written by Nyssa Grazda