Saturn symbolism: all that Saturn is


#tb to old article about #Saturn

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Through out the centuries Saturn has been given a pretty bad reputation. He is a greater malefic, meaning that his effect mostly brings harm and unwanted energies.

20th century brings some light to Saturn, as with psychological astrology from Liz Greene and many others try to describe Saturn as a great teacher and even some healing properties applied to him but all in all, what astrologers know; it’s the most heaviest planet to control, and it’s usually connected to feelings of being restricted, low self-esteem and literally death (when with lesser malefics and applying to personal planets in transits- not so simple to explain, simply observe death charts and search for main actors in a play).

Slikovni rezultat za saturnus painting Jan Saenredam | Saturnus, Jan Saenredam, Cornelius Schonaeus, Rudolf II van Habsburg (Duits keizer), 1596

Mythology 

Saturn (Latin: Saturnus Latin pronunciation: [saˈtʊr.nʊs]) is a god in ancient Roman religion, and…

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