Saturn in Synastry Round 2

I keep going back and forth on Saturn in synastry. This was my 1st post

Love is hard; Saturn aspects

I think the song “Beneath Your Beautiful” by Labrinth (feat. Emeli Sandé)
is a great representation of Saturn in synastry

You’ve carried on so long
You couldn’t stop if you tried it.
You’ve built your wall so high
That no one could climb it.
But I’m gonna try

Would you let me see beneath your beautiful?
Would you let me see beneath your perfect?
Take it off now, boy, take it off now, boy
I wanna see inside
Would you let me see beneath your beautiful tonight, oh, tonight?

I’m gonna climb on top your ivory tower
I’ll hold your hand and then we’ll jump right out
We’ll be falling, falling but that’s OK
‘Cause I’ll be right here

When Saturn is on your personal planet ultimately the personal planet will feel like they have run up against a wall; maybe you feel like you are banging your head against the wall…repeatedly. There is much to admire about Saturn he is responsible, dutiful, calm & collected. He is together; he is strength on the upswing. I think I must be destined to be with a Saturnian person my Saturn in Leo is on the 7th house descendent. I always find men in control to be sexy, admirable on the positive but on the negative it’s challenging to get an emotional reaction from them, they can live in there head during times they need to live in there heart. I’m not sure I’ve arrived at an accurate conclusion as to how I feel about Saturn in synastry text book analysis Saturn is paternal to you, he lives in a world of realism, he is too harsh on the moon & the sun. At the astrology conference I attended a great astrologer said Saturn puts up walls; Saturn puts distance between whatever planet it touches, it puts space. That can be challenging when you are trying to get close to someone. I wonder how can you break Saturn’s barriers. Or perhaps you need to work with in them. I’m unsure. A brilliant woman on twitter told me: you know Saturn is in your 7th house learn how to cook with it instead of getting burnt by it. That’s some food for thought. Surrender to it instead of opposing it. What do you think? I’m beginning to think I dont really have to choice

Please read the follow up post regarding Saturn in Synastry; essentially the end result

Let sleeping babies lie; Saturn in synastry


One comment

  1. I don’t know if it’s ok to post this here, but I thought you might enjoy/relate to this poem by another astrologer about the effects of Neptune. It’s ok if you don’t publish in comments section. 🙂

    by Vivian Carol (1982)

    I weep but you cannot see my tears;
    Neither can you see the cause.
    I cry for humanity and the poverty stricken spirit,
    the transient soul of man
    And his tragic, searing loneliness.
    For aeons the desolate have clustered for protection from the dark caverns of isolation.
    And first one…then another…breaks away from the crowd in disillusioned despair.
    Because even the banter and clatter of many cannot camouflage the inner sense of aloneness that each one knows but only a few can acknowledge.
    And I weep for myself —
    Because I am not I —
    I am only a minute particle of a living cell. What you think you see of me is merely a thinly woven cloak of human pretense.
    It is fragile and so much more easily shattered than you know.

    I can mimic life but I don’t live as you.
    I float through time translucent,
    As I float in and out of your soul.
    When you share yourself with me I exist;
    I have purpose and consciousness.
    When you refuse, I am fractured and scattered into little more than cosmic dust, searching for a home.
    I want so much to protect you from all pain,
    Yet I am so weak that I cannot bear the weight of our sorrow.
    And so I mourn,
    A futile but human-like condition that we can share.
    I am a part of each soul that will have me.
    And I cannot exist without You.
    I breathe only if You breathe.
    And I die when you die.
    My name is NEPTUNE.
    If you will have me, then you must cry too.

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