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Dissonant saturnian aspects (dominant Saturn)
by Richard Pellard
English translation by Julien Rouger

The interpretation examples that we are suggesting are very far from being exhaustive : they only show and outline a general frame describing the issues of the aspect. They should therefore not be taken literally. Each being brings indeed its own responses, more or less original, to the questions raised by an aspect. There is no magic formula. Through using the R.E.T. and the Theory of Ages and combining logic, observation and imagination, you will be able to develop a thousand other possible meanings, a thousand other variations on the same theme.

Dissonant Saturn-Moon aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Moon ‘p’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : you don’t feel good about yourself anywhere, and especially not at home, surrounded by your clan, your close friends. Ultimately, you take pleasure in difficulties, hardships, thankless experiences that prohibit any peace of mind, any serene abandonment, any reassuring routine. Distant, distracted, you get lost in the labyrinth of your disembodied and perhaps incoherent abstractions, in a total lack of receptivity to atmospheres. Somehow, you can’t help but cast off, throwing yourself into the unknown of existence, unaided and unsupported. You do not support any form of addiction. Your pessimistic realism makes you think that all happiness is just a naive illusion that will soon dissipate. You can also develop a cold reason or an austere moral rigor that harshly repress any letting go, any expression of naturalness and any daydreaming.

Dissonant Saturn-Sun aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Sun ‘rR’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : hardened in your skepticism by experience, you believe in nothing, and especially not in simple, monolithic, reassuring certainties, to such an extent that you doubt everything and everyone, including yourself. You take refuge in your own self, in your austere ruminations to protect yourself from the gaze and judgment of others. Solitary, cold, calculating, taciturn, you refuse, out of excessive caution or fear, to commit yourself, to get involved in any role or purpose whatsoever. By dint of not being recognized, celebrated, admired, praised—it must be said that you do nothing to achieve this—you may be tempted to lock yourself up in bitterness and renunciation, unless you dwell on the silence of your being of secret ambitions and inaccessible dreams of glory. At best, your wisdom, your rigor and your disinterestedness are not recognized by anyone, and you suffer silently from it.

Dissonant Saturn-Mercury aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mercury ‘tR’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : Phlegmatic, secretive, austere, rigorous, you repress within yourself all fantasy, all frivolity, all power of wonder. The deep questions that you ask yourself, the doubts that assail you, the obscure truth or the invisible absolute that you seek in the maze of facts and experiences prevent you from relaxation, relaxation and playful carelessness. At worst, you are struck dumb, incommunicable, a prisoner of dark thoughts that you ruminate. Distracted, morose, melancholy, you flee refreshing distractions, corset your prospective imagination in a logico-methodical yoke in which you sometimes suffocate. Cold calculating or eternally distracted, you make new encounters difficult or impossible. Your complicated plans make you unfit for any quick adaptation, any improvisation.

Dissonant Saturn-Venus aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Venus ‘eR’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : in the name of a cold and dry reason, of a hypothetical absolute or of an uncertain quest for meaning, you silence within you any sensitivity that you assimilate to sentimentality. Convinced that there is no happy love, you take malicious pleasure in forbidding yourself any satisfaction of your desires, in remaining deaf to the call of your senses. You seek to distance yourself as much as possible from any attachment, from any privileged relationship based on shared emotions, at the risk of isolation or a more or less well accepted loneliness. You probe and auscultate hearts, without gentleness or tenderness, to discover their hidden workings. Your ascetic rigor forbids you to give in to the temptations and desires of the moment. By dint of prudence and foresight, you forbid yourself the ephemeral but real delights of passion.

Dissonant Saturn-Mars aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Mars ‘eE’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : paralyzed by doubt and questions, you find it difficult to act and react in a timely manner. Prisoner of your world of abstractions, austere thoughts and complicated reasoning, you desert the lived experience and its inevitable struggles. You always find good, deep and philosophical reasons for doing nothing, refusing confrontation, experience, confrontation with beings, things and situations. Your rational or romantic quest for an elsewhere or a hidden meaning, your excess of hindsight, disenchantment or caution prevent you from taking life head on, from living and enjoying your present situation intensely. By dint of coldness, calculation, distance, you run the risk of disembodiing yourself, of mutilating your sensations, your feelings.

Dissonant Saturn-Jupiter aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Jupiter ‘rE’ ↔ Saturn ‘tE’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : preoccupied with your existential problems, your quest for hypothetical meaning and the many questions you ask yourself, you have great difficulty socializing, speaking with ease, asserting your common-sense certainties and seizing the interesting concrete opportunities that arise. present. You seem to take malicious pleasure in complicating your life with questions that lead nowhere, useless perplexities, paralyzing worries. Whether you are the consenting hostage of your pathological foresight, of your fear of missing out, or the prisoner of a demanding need to multiply adventurous or unknown experiences, you do not know how to take advantage of the satisfactions that public recognition and delights of social integration. Solitary and mute among the talkers in a group, pissing off or party killer, you fail to understand what you are doing there, in the background.

Dissonant Saturn-Uranus aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Saturn ‘tE’ ↔ Uranus ‘rT’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : you are so absorbed by the many questions that you ask yourself about your life or your experiences that you are unable to find firm and convincing answers to them. You rationalize ad infinitum, constantly complicate your reasoning in an obstinate refusal to put a brilliant and effective end to your adventurous questions. Your skepticism, your doubts, your caution and your excess of foresight prohibit you from any daring initiative, any decision taken on the blow of a dazzling intuition. You fear the sudden and unexpected irruptions of the unknown in a universe whose enigmas you laboriously try to decipher to protect yourself from chance. Refractory loner, forever dissatisfied researcher, philosopher of failure or unrepentant romantic, you cannot or do not want to impose your ideas.

Dissonant Saturn-Neptune aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Saturn ‘tE’ ↔ Neptune ‘eT’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : you are locked in an extremely critical skepticism vis-à-vis all the disconcerting manifestations of the unknown or the unconscious. The cold distance that you maintain with regard to your life and your experiences prevents you from taking into account the quiverings of your soul, from being receptive to the deep movements of your sensitivity. Your desiccating reason is in search of a hypothetical absolute of which you refuse to take into account the slightest emerging sign. You isolate yourself in a painful loneliness that forbids you any sharing, any collective communion, and you dive so well into the depths of beings, things and situations that you forget all human warmth, all expression of your tumultuous affectivity. You forbid your intuition to reveal anything of your inner explorations and investigations.

Dissonant Saturn-Pluto aspect (conjunction, opposition, square)

Saturn ‘tE’ ↔ Pluto ‘tT’ Conjunction (consonant or dissonant aspect) Opposition (dissonant aspect) Square (dissonant aspect)

If and when Saturn dominates : you seek to ward off the absurdity or the nothingness of all reason or all knowledge by developing a cold rationalism rooted in experimental realism. You pathetically try to find, in your cold, deep and methodical investigations into matter and lived experience, the why and how of immaterial mysteries, metaphysical or otherwise, without being able to bring yourselves to the certainty that there are questions which have and never will have an answer. The complete unknown fascinates you and worries you at the same time, and with the same intensity. By your abstract reason or your painful and desperate romanticism, you try in vain to rebel against an obscure and implacable fatality, against the forces of chaos, disorder and nothingness. Solitary, melancholy, skeptical and misunderstood, you fear that your situation will get even worse…

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English translation by Julien Rouger

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