2015 Your Year Ahead: Goodbye Saturn In Scorpio

space saturnThe best news with regard to 2015 is what’s coming to an end and in particular one heavy planetary transit that has dominated the heavens since 2012. Saturn entered Scorpio on October 5th 2012 and remained there until December 23rd 2014 but in 2015 Saturn for the most part is moving on.

Saturn is the planet which teaches you lessons in life but often the hard way. He’s the taskmaster of the heavens and reminds you of your limitations, he puts obstacles in your path to see how you’ll deal with them and he believes in a hard work ethic.

As many of you know, especially if you have key planets or angles in Scorpio, Saturn in the sign of fixed water has been a tough taskmaster and at times an immovable force. Saturn represents the end of time, boundaries and Scorpio takes you down deep to examine life at a base level.

The intensity of the two can be relentless and with Scorpio’s link to taboo issues, such as sex, money, death and power, this hasn’t been a light influence. If you’ve emerged from Saturn’s transit through Scorpio feeling that your life has been transformed and you’re a better person because of what you’ve experienced, then good for you. You may simply be ready to breathe in fresh air, bask in the light and let out a big sigh of relief.

The title of this blog post should more accurately read ‘Goodbye Saturn in Scorpio… almost’ because Saturn dips back into Scorpio in the middle of 2015 from June 15th until September 18th. This is most relevant for you if you have planets or key angles at 28 or 29 Scorpio.

There may be one more lesson to learn or a chance to complete what you started in 2012-2014. Saturn is the ‘get real’ planet so your cosmic tip with regard to Saturn is to face reality and deal with the facts of your personal situation. If something’s coming to an end, move on with dignity.

There’s more on what Saturn leaving Scorpio means for you and your star sign in my ebook, Your 2015 Stars. Click on the link below to order your personal copy.

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