Saturn in Capricorn: A first look at the coming transit

Darby Costello

Sunday 10th December 2017 - 15.30-18.00 GMT

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CPA/MISPA Online Webinar

Darby Costello

Saturn in Capricorn: A first look at the coming transit

On the 21st of December, Saturn will go into Capricorn. It will be there until the 18th of December 2020, with the exception of a few months at either end. In early 2020 it will conjoin Pluto in Capricorn. As always with strong Saturn placements we can say it will be a testing time, personally and collectively. But what sort of tests are we looking at? During this webinar we shall begin to explore ways of navigating this transit to understand how each of are part of reshaping the structures and systems of our emerging new world. We shall also look back at the 1989 transit, when Uranus and Neptune were in Capricorn, and at the generations who are experiencing their Saturn returns during this time.


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