Saturn in Transit: Boundaries of Mind, Body, and Soul

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Weiser Books, Oct 1, 2000 - History - 337 pages
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Reveals Saturn's useful and developmental influence in our lives. Erin Sullivan gives a thorough account of the astrology, mythology, and psychology of Saturn's role as the source of divine discontent. Saturn assists the modern hero and heroine, during its transit around the zodiac, by destroying the old and outmoded within, and throwing us periodically into chaos, which invariably generates a creative transformation of purpose in our lives.
  

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This book revolutionized my view of Saturn cycles, which had up to that point been limited to the Saturn returns and transits. Sullivan outlines the whole cycle of Saturn through the natal chart, and ... Read full review

Contents

The Evolution of an Archetype
1
Kronos the Titan
6
The Mythic Kronos and the Roman Saturn
10
The Old Malefic
16
The Midwife of Insight
18
The Alchemical Lead
24
The Master of Time
26
The Natural Cycles of Saturn
30
the Hero and the Tragic Flaw
111
The Mythological Round
123
The Angles
141
The Personal Heroic Journey
159
Seeing the Inside on the Outside
168
The Transit of Saturn over the Angles
170
THE THRESHOLD STRUGGLE ASC
188
THE ATONEMENT 1C
210

to Saturn Square Birth7
33
to Saturn Opposition 714
48
to Saturn Square 1421
57
Saturn Square to Saturn Return 2229
67
Saturn Return to Saturn Square 2936
72
Saturn Square to Second Saturn Opposition 3744
75
Second Saturn Opposition to Saturn Square 4552
79
Second Saturn Return 5259
82
Return Onwards from age 59
86
The Heroic Round
91
THE CALL TO RETURN DESC
230
The Transit of Saturn to the Planets
249
The Story of Job
259
Saturn in Transit to Natal Planets
264
Notes
319
Bibliography
325
Index
329
About the Author
338
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Sullivan is an internationally renowned astrologer and author.

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