A different perspective on Saturn in the 6th house

Published October 21, 2012 by starsmoonandsun

The placement of Saturn in your natal chart indicates karma that needs to be worked off. Evidently in my last life I ran a major company was married as a preteen and lived happily ever after. Fast forward to present times I was born with Saturn in the 6th and 7th house delays in marriage (7th house), working my ass off without any reward (6th house) Yup that is Saturn for me.

Astrological books tell tales of marrying someone older and colder (Saturn in the 7th) and Saturn in the 6th indicates an individual that adheres to a serious routine. I’m calling bullshit! Perhaps for some people, Saturn in the 6th is indicative of adhering to a serious routine, but not for me. So here is my alternate definition of Saturn in the 6th; despising routine, feeling weighed down by repetitive patterns, doing the same shit results in sudden fits of narcolepsy. I once worked a 9 to 5 Saturday/Sunday off sort of job now I work evenings with 2 weekdays off. I prefer it that way, I have no desire to be some sort of drone waking up with the rest of the world, cramming into a packed E train, waiting on some long line at Starbucks… Ill pass. Recently I have began doing background “acting” work in my spare time & how utterly fascinating I find it! A different set every day, a different call time, and a variety of people to talk to. The assortment is delightful! I do wish I could stick to some sort of routine but sometimes I work 15 hours, another day I need to get up & write my monthly horoscopes for http://www.museemagazine.com and another day I’m rushing to a set of a TV show. I want to work out, really I do as I pass the gym in my building & occasionally find myself squeezing in 45 minutes on the elliptical I can’t help but think how boring it is. I wish I still smoked because that is the very best appetite suppressant! In terms of Saturn indicating working hard without reward that is certainly true, but fuck it! I never wanted to be crunching numbers, running my own company, that is so 5 lives ago I would rather work on a set of a film, post this blog, write some monthly horoscopes & grab a seat on my perfectly empty E train at 2pm

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5 comments on “A different perspective on Saturn in the 6th house

  • This is why I love your blog, there is ALWAYS something I totally relate to: “So here is my alternate definition of Saturn in the 6th; despising routine, feeling weighed down by repetitive patterns, doing the same shit results in sudden fits of narcolepsy.”

    My Saturn is in Gemini and in my 6th house – this is by far the most accurate description I’ve read. I despise routine!!! But I also agree that it also means working hard with little reward. Unfortunately, my partner also has this placement, so we are doomed to work our butts off with little to show for it. It does make us incredibly reliable and responsible employees however.

    What’s interesting is that he is A-OK with routine, in fact he does not handle change well at all. His Saturn is in Taurus so this makes sense, he feels more comfortable with routine than without.

  • What an interesting article! I never really paid much attention to Saturn or other outer planets, more to the personal planets, unless they are in cardinal houses. I do believe Saturn has a bad reputation, regardless of the house it is in. I’ve been reading some astrology forums and most people seem to be really worked up if Saturn is either in the 1st or 7th house.
    My Saturn is in the 10th house and apparently that indicates encountering some obstacles in my career path, but since the positive effects of Saturn tend to be long -lasting, I’m ok with that.

    • Yes Saturn in the 7th is horrible when it comes to marriage & I really want to be married :,( I think it’s best placed in the 10th! 10th ruled by Capricorn Ruling Planet is Saturn! You can make arises in your career! Enjoy!

  • I totally agree. My Saturn rx is in my 6th close to the 7th. 45 and never been married. I hate work routines. 9-5 makes me want to smash my head against a wall.

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