Saturn square Neptune

Saturn square Neptune in the winter of our discontent

The square alignment between the slower outer planets Saturn and Neptune became exact in mid June, gradually separating to a maximum of only 1.5 degrees by mid August, and then, due to Saturn’s going stationary and then direct in that month, slowly narrows the gap until they align exactly yet again on September 11. This all occurs (in the tropical zodiac) between 10 and 12 degrees of the mutable signs Sagittarius and Pisces respectively for Saturn and Neptune. So throughout this period from June to September we can consider this square alignment to be active.

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Saturn square Neptune

Slower moving outer plants like Saturn and Neptune rarely make noteworthy alignments amongst themselves due to their pace, but when they do, the alignments last that much longer…

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