Saturn is one of the most powerful and influential planets in astrology, and its transformative journey through Pisces is one of the most significant and meaningful transits of the next three years. In this article, we’ll explore the potential of Saturn’s journey through Pisces. We’ll look at the role of Saturn and Pisces in astrology, how to utilize the energy of Saturn and Pisces, and strategies for navigating Saturn in Pisces through the twelve houses.
Saturn and its Journey through Pisces
Saturn’s journey through Pisces will be a fairly long transit beginning March 8, 2023, through May 26, 2025, then again after a quick from September 2, 2025, until Feb 15, 2026began on April 29th and will end on July 1st. During this period, When Saturn moves through Pisces, it encourages us to use our intuition and creativity to create positive change in our lives. Saturn in Pisces can help us to learn lessons from our past and to become more self-aware and compassionate.
Understanding the Role of Saturn in Astrology
Saturn’s role in Astrology is a significant one. It’s associated with karma, responsibility, and lessons learned in life. Saturn is also the planet that governs boundaries, limits, and structures, and it encourages us to develop responsibility and integrity, to become responsible humans. Saturn is the planet of maturity, and it’s associated with the sign of Capricorn. Saturn is also associated with hard work, discipline, and ambition, and it encourages us to focus on our goals and work hard to achieve them.
Saturn’s role can be seen directly at significant points in our lives in its journey around the Sun. It takes Saturn twenty-eight years (give or take) to make a complete Solar revolution. The significant points astrologically in that journey are at ages 7/8, 14/5, 21/22, and 28/29.
If you think about the average person, those are all significant years associated with or marked by some type of coming-of-age events. You are a child at 7/8, become a teenager at 14/15, a young adult at 21/28, and an adult at 28/29. There is almost inevitably some crisis of responsibility, some challenge to become more than you are. Once you…