The Outer Planets (Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto) in Synastry

The Outer planets (Saturn, Uranus, Pluto and Neptune) in synastry are said to carry Karma. When your “outer planer” or someone else’s outer planet is on one of your personal planets (Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars) it is believed they are here to teach you or a lesson (or vice versa) and that you have lived previous lifetimes with them. Lately people have been asking me about Saturn, personally I have been thinking of Saturn. My go to planet is Pluto; I can’t imagine being involved with someone where Pluto ties were not involved. I’m very plutonian.
Pluto in Love indicates:
Love is transformative Love is deep sharing Love is intense Love is cathartic Love is sexy Love is all consuming
Uranus in Love indicates:
Love is exciting Love is a rollercoaster Love is on again off again Love is electric Love is uncertain Love is freedom
And here we have Saturn;
Saturn in Love indicates:
Love is time Love is hard work Love is responsibility Love is commitment
Heavy Pluto connections indicate transformation is the key ingredient for one or both parties. Uranus’ goal is to wake you up and to some extent enlighten you. Saturn connections are binding, they are commitment. I would say you can set up white picket fence with Saturn. Though god willing you have some Pluto and Uranus added in the mix for excitement and depth.
In Composite Charts (The combined charts of two individuals) AKA the relationships chart how you function as a Unit. Pluto will tell you this relationship is transformative and powerful. Heavy Uranus ties say this relationship is unpredictable perhaps the people have an “open relationship” or live in separate cities. Freedom is highlighted and Saturn well you are dedicated to one another though the connection is less exciting and less transformative and more stable.
In my opinion
The trine and sextile are often easy in syanstry. These are not difficult to manage when two planets meet via trine or sextile.
The Square, conjunction and opposition are considered “hard aspects”
The Conjunction infuses both of the planets
The Squares struggle for dominance
The opposition needs to balance between two energies
Synastry can act like a permanent transit:
If someone s Saturn Conjuncts your Moon Around them you may feel restricted emotionally. There is a serious tone to your relationship
With The Saturn opposition or square moon aspect the Saturn person may be emotionally closed or distant to the moon person. The Saturn Person may feel they are unable to meet the moon person’s needs.
The Saturn person tends to be:
• More Mature
• Here to teach you a lesson
• Restricting
• Distant
• Cold
• Formal
Or perhaps they have previous commitments, obligations, and are unable to fully commit to the personal planet person.
Saturn is tricky, where as Uranus one person may just eventually just leave and in Pluto connections the two may have a fallout that lead to them never speaking again Saturn binds, there is a sense of duty toward one another, so they are binding especially with hard aspects, you feel a sense of obligation and perhaps that in itself is why Saturn ties encourage you to set up a house with a white picket fence together because for whatever reason you can’t just walk away
white picket fence
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One comment

  1. Hi Danielle. At the risk of courting controversy, I think I might stand up and speak on behalf of Saturn one day. Meanwhile, here is one more aspect to consider. If a square is 4 in 360 and a sextile is 6 in 360 then there is a 5 in 360 missing from the sequence. Thats the quintile, 72 degrees. Robert Hand describes it on page 29 of his book Planets in transit. ( you can tell I worked in a library ! ).
    By way of illustration, start with a planet. Venus for instance. Count forward two signs and then add another 12 degrees, making 72 in all. If you are within 3 degrees of another planet, then you have a quintile aspect. With Saturn for instance. And good things might come of this. Try it for yourself. Good luck !

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