SATURN IN AQUARIUS : March 22nd 2020-7th Mar 2023

by Agent 32 Sol Jonassen

Saturn will be entering into Aquarius in March 2020, retrograde back to Capricorn on 2 July and move back to Aquarius on 17 December, a few days before a new Jupiter-Saturn cycle is formed. Saturn will dip back and forth between the signs that represent the old and the new, creating a reflection on what we need to leave behind and what will be kept when we journey toward new potential.

  • Saturn in Aquarius 22 March 2020
  • Retrogrades 11 May at 01°Aq57″ 2020
  • In Capricorn 2 July 2020
  • Direct motion 25°Cap20″  29 September 2020
  • Enters Aquarius 17 December 2020
  • Enters Pisces 7th of March 2023

Saturn will be entering into Aquarius in March 2020, retrograde back to Capricorn on 2 July and move back to Aquarius on 17 December, a few days before a new Jupiter-Saturn cycle is formed. Saturn will dip back and forth between the signs that represent the old and the new, creating a reflection on what we need to leave behind and what will be kept when we journey toward new potential.

We are up for changes. 2020 promises some real game-changers. A new Pluto-Saturn cycle begins, Saturn moves into Aquarius, the nodal axis moves into Gemini-Sagittarius, Mars will go retrograde in Aries and there is a new Saturn-Jupiter cycle to finish the year. That is quite a bit. Life is synonymous with change and deep inside of us lives simultaneously a deep fear and a deep yearning, for it’s bound to cause both stress and anticipation. 2020 is no exception. Rarely do we see such a stack up of planetary events. We all have a little fear about the current state of affairs, but keep in mind that the perfect storms almost always create the foundation for new vision and changes.

Every time Saturn shifts signs, I feel slightly elated and excited. While I am not quite sure what it is that is tickling my curiosity, it could be the memory of an article I read long ago about how the Dawn of the Internet would change the coming cycles in ways that made it hard to predict how any astrological cycles would manifest. And my natural question would then be: ‘So how will astrologers be surprised as we now face the first transit of Saturn in Aquarius after the Dawn of the Internet?’

The presence of the Internet provides both an upgrade of awareness that runs at high speed and a massive explosion of time-consuming nonsense. There is a certain information overload and people are struggling to find out what is real and what is not. The rhythm of our lives has changed, developments come at a much more rapid pace than our biology is prepared for and most people are unable to keep track.

The benefit is a potential awakening in people. If we are willing to look at ourselves, we now have the potential to see what we are projecting and our motivations. We will see if our actions are a part of the problem or a part of the solution. Through the medium of the Internet we get to see what is going on in the big brain of the world, and it isn’t always beautiful.

Patti Smith once said about the Internet that it is still in its adolescence, but it carries the potential for global revolution, and we see how this potent capacity for manipulation and inspiration can lead us both into darkness and light. Globalization took a big step forward with the Age of the Internet, an age that heralds the Age of Aquarius itself.

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    Stephen says:

    The internet will help facilitate contact in a world that may become more difficult to traverse. For example, this year there may come a point where the coronavirus Halts most international travel.

    The generation that went mainstream with the internet will be able to teach their children the mistakes they made with it.

    The ability to be in more than one place at one time – we may discover how valuable this can be very soon.

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