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Deira
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posted December 27, 2004 05:28 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Deira     Edit/Delete Message
Hi,

I've read here that Saturn is crucial to long term relationships sucess. In synastry, my Saturn squares my husband's moon, Neptune, and Uranus but trines his Jupiter. Its also sextile his Sun, Venus, Mars, and his Saturn. Should I be afraid of the squares :lookimg: ? Or do the good aspects balance out the bad?????

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lllog
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posted December 28, 2004 11:27 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for lllog     Edit/Delete Message
Are these aspects within the +/- 1 degree arc?

Lanny

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Deira
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posted December 28, 2004 03:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Deira     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Lanny,


No I don't beleive they are. My Saturn is 13*39, his Uranus 10*08, his Neptune 29*33, and his moon 9*06.


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lllog
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posted December 29, 2004 08:26 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for lllog     Edit/Delete Message
OK, those arcs would not be considered within aspect in a Synasty reading.

Lanny

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chrissymgreen
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posted January 06, 2005 01:32 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for chrissymgreen     Edit/Delete Message
dear deira,

i know that saturn in synastry can get a lot of bad press, but a wise woman once told me (and this helped me a great deal) people are like permanent transits, and where saturn is transiting is where we feel things are very important. since you are the saturn person in this case (it's your saturn that touches by aspect his personal planets, yes?), you may help him understand his fears and goals and longing when it comes to personal one-to-one relationships. being around you may make him take more responsibility in all his partnerships.

saturn ruled over the golden age of mankind. hes not always a god of doom and gloom and suffering. he may evoke shadow material, but bringing such things to light is how we grow!

i share what could be considered a particularly frightening saturn aspect with my partner - my saturn falls in his 7th house and is conjunct his 7th house cusp (the descendant, or DC) by 4. his venus is also opposite my saturn, his mercury is trine my saturn, and my mars is trine his saturn. i believe these saturn contacts are good because they balance the uranus contacts we have going on, which add excitement but also can add some instability.

some work with tighter orbs of course, like lanny mentioned above a 1 orb i believe, but others work with looser orbs. it all depends and you just have to see what works best for you. you could possibly go a little wider with conjunctions and even oppositions i think, but with other aspects you'd want a tighter orb. the tighter the orb, the more intensely felt the aspect is! and if it feels like an aspect, it probably is one.

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lioneye68
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posted January 06, 2005 02:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for lioneye68     Edit/Delete Message
Just wanted to add that many astrologers see very little difference in how Saturn aspects manifest in a relationship, whether they are hard aspects, or soft.

In other words, the squares and oppositions seem to be no more or less negative than the trines or sextiles.

With Saturn the conjunction is pretty much considered a hard aspect, and probably the most strongly felt.

The key thing is to HAVE Saturn to personal planet aspects in order for a relationship to endure. The nature of the aspect doesn't seem to make much of a difference.

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chrissymgreen
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posted January 06, 2005 03:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for chrissymgreen     Edit/Delete Message
(and i wanted to add that) lioneye is right, saturn to personal planet contacts are important and the most likely to add that sense of permanence to a relationship. in the most general terms, the saturn individual will be the one more likely to feel responsible for the partner. it may be a bit hard to 'let go' sometimes. do you find that's the case? i personally can strongly attest to this; with my saturn conjuncting my partner's DC i find sometimes i need to get in touch with my aquarian/sagittarian side in order to regain my sanity when i start feeling like i want to control or squeeze tighter in the relationship. sometimes i feel anxiety for no reason at all about the relationship. of course, there's always projection in synastry - the saturn person isnt always going to be the 'heavy' one. it's human nature to project onto other people. so the saturn person may take on the other person's role and vice versa.

also, i forgot to say it's probably pretty important to consider the condition of our own saturns in relation to how we relate to someone who touches our saturns off. how comfortable are we with saturn? what kind of aspects does it make to personal planets/what house is it in? that kinda thing.

i hope that this helps you!

sincerely,
chrissy

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pixelpixie
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posted January 06, 2005 04:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for pixelpixie     Edit/Delete Message
Interesting... I have a karmic lifetime relationship with someone and My Saturn conjuncts His Sun AND Moon in my first house.
His Saturn opposes my Sun and Mars and Uranus ( and N Node)
This is a deep deep thing, laced with karma, and I recognize it.

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