Saturn chasing the Moon · Astrological definition of Saturn chasing the Moon · Astrology Encyclopedia  ·  June 19, 2024, 2:04 GMT
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Saturn chasing the Moon

Saturn chasing the Moon - Astrology Encyclopedia

Definition of Saturn chasing the Moon This is one of the most powerful of Saturnian conditions. Since the progressed Moon takes twenty-eight and Saturn thirty years to complete the circle, the two may in rare cases, approximately coincide. An affliction of the Moon by Saturn is of itself one of the most unfortunate of aspects; for when the aspect is close and the progressing Moon moves at about the same rate as Saturn, a transit of Saturn to the Moon can persist indefinitely - often for a lifetime: thus resulting in a double affliction. However, the condition can occur only where the Moon at birth is in conjunction, square or opposition to Saturn.

(Nicholas deVore - Encyclopedia of Astrology)

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