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Jhoon is a writer and artist who likes to study astrology and psychology. Astroligion.com was launched in 2016 with a focus on astrology but has since expanded to include the MBTI and other topics. This site has provided Jhoon a great incentive to research and learn more about many subjects of personal interest.

ESFP Myers Briggs

ESFP Explained: What it Means to be the ESFP Personality Type.

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ESFP PERSONALITY

The ESFP personality is described as the “tactical Performer” by MBTI analyst David Keirsey. Spontaneous, playful, enthusiastic and highly expressive, the ESFP male or female is an extrovert who is full of vitality and passion for life. They prize freedom and seek to live life according to their terms and values. For them, rules, commitments and schedules can often feel like an infringement on the more spontaneous manner in which they like to operate. 

It is estimated that over 10% of the population is ESFP. These individuals tend to be the life of any occasion they are a part of. They love attention and when they have it, can put on quite a performance. ESFPs are treasured for their sanguine and cheerful spirit which can often brighten the mood of everyone around them. Of course, not everyone may appreciate their ebullient and effusive qualities. Some people may just find them loud and annoying. ESFPs radiate warmth and heart and they show more interest in the arts and humanities than in impersonal technical systems and theories. 

They however, are noted as often developing artful proficiency in their use of tools and equipment. Like other extraverted sensors, ESFPs are very tactile and respond best to hands-on styles of learning. While ESFPs can thrive in many different occupations, those that are physical and craft-based are more likely to appeal to them than anything else. As skillful operators, ESFPs will often work hard to master and perfect their use of techniques. They want to be seen as artistic, bold and flexible, and they aspire to make an impact in the world. ESFPs trust their impulses and ability to improvise under pressure. Dealing with uncertainties and adapting to new situations is often more exciting than stressful. 

Friendly and engaging, ESFPs like to be around people, and pleasing people is their pleasure. They don’t like being alone and can become restless and depressed when they are deprived of human interaction. Witty and humorous, ESFPs can be very fun conversationalists and being in their company is usually a delight. They love to tell stories and jokes and to playfully tease or show off for their companions. ESFPs prefer not to take life too seriously and display more of a YOLO attitude. They like to live fast, and live large if possible and tend to avoid thinking about things that can ruin their positive mood. 

Surveys of the 16 MBTI types show ESFPs to have the lowest tolerance for anxiety of all. They will often try to ignore the things that cause them unhappiness and worry for as long as possible. Although they along with other sensors are “realists” by definition, ESFP’s focus on the bright side is a coping mechanism that can sometimes lead to a denial of reality and the postponement of dealing with problems that need to be addressed. They tend to be hip to what’s in fashion or popular at the moment but they themselves can often be something of a trendsetter. 

Although their joy devivre is generally a good thing, it can also lead to a sometimes overindulgent and excessive pursuit of excitement and consumption of sensory pleasures. They can also be prone to reckless behaviors and mishaps due to a lack of forethought or planning. Although they are usually well-intentioned, ESFPs can sometimes get into trouble for not thinking before they speak. Delaying gratification is not their strong suit and this weakness can make them susceptible to various temptations that are not good for them. Because of their preoccupation with the “here and now”, ESFPs can often fail to consider the long term consequences of their present actions and decisions. Short term benefits tend to weigh more heavily for them than the long term. 

On a more positive note, ESFPs are very generous and kind. They show a great tolerance and acceptance of others that is admirable. As much as they like to enjoy life’s pleasures, they also enjoy sharing them with others. They are known for giving and loving freely without expecting much of anything in return. They show themselves to be very genuine and scarcely resist expressing what they truly feel. They find it difficult to conceal their feelings and so whether they are happy or hurt, it will likely show very clearly on their face and in their behavior. They divulge to their friends all their joys and pains as part of their desire to share and feel close to them. 

When it comes to romance, ESFPs fall into love easily. People of this type are often very attractive thanks in part to the attention and concern they have for their physical appearance. By extension, they have a knack for beautifying their surroundings with tasteful furnishings and decor. ESFPs can often get stereotyped as shallow, superficial, vapid and materialistic. This may be true for some, but for most ESFPs, it’s about really living and loving life and loving the people in their life because when life is over, its over.

ESFPs may sometimes struggle to be taken seriously. Their fun-loving disposition and hyperactive nature can make them seem less than reliable. Although routines and rituals can be such a drag for them, ESFPs have the capacity to fulfill obligations and perform responsibly when needed to. Like other perceiving types, they tend to start more things than they finish. They like to have a lot of irons in the fire even though they can often get side tracked by welcome distractions. ESFPs have a penchant for pulling off small miracles at the last minute and making the most of what they have to work with. Although this can cause a lot of consternation and stress for other people involved, the conclusion is usually a happy ending. 

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    INFJ Compatibility with the Rational Types

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    In the MBTI, there is no right or wrong pairing when it comes to matchmaking. However, it stands to reason that some types will get along more easily than others. Type differences can create certain challenges that may possibly be remedied or mitigated by fostering better understanding and awareness of each person’s needs in the relationship. Understanding the dynamics at play between two personality types can lead to healthier relations even when conflicts arise.

    When it comes to INFJ relationships, as a personality type, they are found to be most compatible with the Idealists types (INFJ, INFP, ENFP and ENFJ) and the Rational types (INTP, INTJ, ENTP and ENTJ). Here, we will look at INFJ’s relationship compatibility with each Rational type. MBTI analyst, David Keirsey referred to Rational partners as “mindmates”. He believed that INFJs and Rationals enjoy better communication and understanding on account of their mutual intuition preference. Keirsey asserted that a shared perceiving preference was a key factor in how easily a pair of personalities are likely to get along. Individuals vary however, and those differences should not be discounted as they can often defy generalizations about type.

    INFJ and INTP: 

    These two get along rather easily. They enjoy a common interest in ideas and concepts and a mutual lack of interest in going out all the time or following all the conventional rituals of a romantic relationship. Both types are quite loyal and conscientious. Neither type has a desire to control the other, and there is an implicit respect for one another’s space. As an introverted couple, the simple act of quietly sharing the same space is enjoyable to them. INFJs and INTPs both utilize Ti and Fe, which allows them to find common ground in many areas. Any misunderstandings and conflicts between them can typically be ironed out in a rather sympathetic manner.

    INTPs are very flexible and low maintenance partners. They however, will rarely if ever discuss their feelings in any direct way. INFJs can often sense when something is wrong with their partner, but may have a hard time getting an INTP to open up about it. Additionally, INTPs may not be as demonstrative of their affections as INFJ would like. INTPs can be oblivious as to how satisfied or happy their partner is. INFJ will have to let INTP know what they want or need from them emotionally because INTPs are often blissfully unaware. On the other hand, INFJs can appreciate that INTP is often very receptive and willing to accommodate their wishes. INTPs seek to understand rather than judge and that is something that can often be enough to resolve most issues. 

    INFJ and ENTP:

    These two can get along well and the dynamic can be particularly exciting. David Keirsey believed that ENTP was the best match for INFJ because of how different they are while sharing an intuition preference. ENTPs can offer a bit more engagement and amusing conversation that INFJs can appreciate. INFJ may find that they have to tend to a lot of the more practical matters and responsibilities that ENTPs may neglect or not do well enough to INFJ’s satisfaction. INFJs can bring a degree of organization and stability to their ENTP partner’s world. ENTP on the other hand can bring a lot of variety and spontaneity that can sometimes draw INFJ out of their more quiet and careful existence. ENTPs can be fun but can also get on INFJ’s nerves. 

    Because they enjoy a higher degree of socialness, ENTPs may directly or indirectly subject their INFJ partners to more people interactions than they would prefer. ENTP’s friends may become frequent guests at their home which could be bothersome for INFJ. Especially if they feel that it is taking away quality time that could be spent alone together as a couple. On the other hand, INFJs may enjoy some degree of entertaining and playing host to the guests that either they or their partner invites over. INFJs can appreciate how easy it is to talk to ENTP. ENTPs can typically do enough talking for the both of them and INFJs will just be there for the show. ENTPs like having an empathetic partner who can understand and indulge them and their chaotic tendencies.

    INFJ and INTJ:

    These two are very similar in temperament and can make for a very solid team balancing out each other’s Thinking and feeling preferences. However, they can sometimes step on each other’s toes when they have opposing ideas about how things should be done. A key distinction between INFJ and INTJ could be summed up in this way: If INFJ and INTJ were both commanding officers aboard a ship that was torpedoed, the INFJ would be more focused on the welfare of the crew and the INTJ would be more focused on controlling the damage to the ship. INFJs can bring more warmth and attention to the relationship which is something that INTJ can appreciate, but INTJs tend to have a blind spot about the feeling-based needs of their partner. INTJs may not display a great deal of empathetic understanding and support and may not even show much of their emotional reactions at all which can make them harder for INFJ to read than usual.

    On the other hand, INTJs can provide a sense of emotional strength and stability when INFJ feels insecure. INTJs can sometimes be at a loss when it comes to resolving emotional matters that INFJ is going through. What they offer is loyalty, maturity and honesty about whatever they are thinking. INFJs can count on INTJ to give it to them straight because INFJ for their part, can sometimes be hamstrung by their reluctance to give offense or hurt people’s feelings. Additionally, INTJs can be excellent providers in the relationship and take the lead in most decisions as long as INFJ is okay with that. Aside from that, INTJs and INFJs speak a common language that is laced with metaphor and abstract ideas. A lot of quiet, quality time may be spent getting into deep meaningful discussions with each other.

    INFJ and ENTJ:

    Finally, this pairing can be tricky but also very rewarding so long as INFJ and ENTJ have a clear understanding for each other’s needs and expectations. This pairing can be strong because both types share a strong need for direction in their lives. They both want to feel their life is going somewhere meaningful and for INFJ, ENTJ can be an excellent partner to go on that journey with. ENTJs, by virtue of their capacity for making things happen, can really support the INFJ in fulfilling their dreams and aspirations. As a romantic team, INFJ can represent the heart and soul of the relationship while ENTJ represents the brains and muscle. Empathy can be a blind spot for the ENTJ due to their inferior introverted feeling. They barely want to dwell on their own feelings let alone put themselves in other people’s emotions. INFJ can help ENTJ understand themselves and other people better. 

    INFJ may sometimes clash with ENTJ due to some strong differences in perspective. INFJs may need to do some work to help ENTJs to be more considerate of their needs and desire for harmony. INFJs can sometimes feel hurt or attacked by the blunt remarks and criticisms from the ENTJ. Furthermore, INFJs may have a tendency to bottle up how they feel and become resentful. It is important for INFJs to express their needs without getting too emotional or fault finding. ENTJs are more action-oriented but they can understand and respect INFJ’s boundaries once they have been made clear. INFJs have their own interests and they need time to themselves. They can’t always bend over backwards just to fit into ENTJ’s agenda. Both types have a strong focus on the future and if they can keep their vision aligned with one another, their relationships prospects will look bright.

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    ENTP Defined: What It Means to be the ENTP Personality Type

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    ENTP PERSONALITY

    Clever, inventive, novelty seeking and persuasive, the ENTP is an extrovert who engages with the world in a creative, intellectually curious and adaptable manner. Restless and prone to boredom, ENTPs crave variety and are always scanning for possibilities, new ideas and mentally stimulating activities to preoccupy themselves with. 

    ENTPs have been nicknamed as the “debater” and “strategic inventor”. As intuitive thinkers, ENTPs are good at grasping abstract concepts and recognizing various relationships and associations by which ideas and objects are connected. They enjoy dialectical discussions and challenging many of the conventional notions and views espoused by others. Furthermore, they prize ingenuity, objectivity, and intellectual honesty. They despise dogmatism, groupthink and various forms of restriction.

    ENTPs are highly rational, skeptical, and relativistic. Hungry for knowledge and achievement, they can eventually find success through any number of their diverse interests. They display versatility and openness to new experiences that can lead them to dabble in many different occupations and endeavors, becoming a jack of all trades in the process. ENTPs are typically attracted to Science and Technology but may also gravitate toward the arts and humanities. They are more interested in strategy than diplomacy which may be due to their competitive nature. ENTP types constitute only about 2% of the population making them one of the least common MBTI types.

    ENTPs are intellectually attracted to chaos as it provides them with an opportunity to exercise their creative problem solving skills. People with this personality type have engineering minds that allow them to find innovative solutions to impossible problems. ENTPs are ever on the lookout for newer and better ways of doing things rather than being content to carry on with doing things the way they have always been done. Tradition and convention can often serve as obstacles in their way. For them, autonomy and freedom to explore options is essential to who they are.

    ENTPs can be irreverent and outspoken against what they regard to be wrong or foolish, irrelevant or old fashioned. They are true independent thinkers who do not blindly trust claims and assertions on the basis of authority. They think critically and reach their own conclusions based on the sources they find most credible. ENTPs are similar to The ESTP in their ability to improvise and respond quickly to unexpected situations. 

    ENTPs have an entrepreneurial spirit and can often thrive in a variety of occupations as long as they don’t involve a lot of repetitive tasks and routines. ENTPs quickly lose interest with jobs that don’t offer variety of tasks or stimulating challenges. ENTPs are known for being non conformist and being someone who is more interested in out-witting the system than adhering to it. A lot of the problems that ENTPs run into are the consequence of a lack of preparation and planning. Additionally, they can often fail to follow through on tasks and responsibilities that don’t interest them.

    ENTPs are often great conversationalists. People tend to find their company enjoyable and comical. They tend to surround themselves with a lively circle of friends who share their affinity for stimulating lighthearted discussions. However, even friendly arguments with ENTPs can be frustrating. They are known to employ various debate tactics and can be masterful in the art of gaining the upper hand. Their ego can make them very competitive and prone to verbal sparring even with their loved ones. Partners who are not as intellectually competitive may find them exhausting, but those who are may enjoy the give-and-take of ENTP repartee.

    When it comes to family, ENTPs can be capable providers but often lacking or inconsistent in the affection they show their children. These types can be all or nothing, vacillating between showering their loved ones with warmth and attention but later denying them with benign neglect. Much of their time can get spent engrossed in their interests and hobbies, of which there may be many. Their homes may be populated with plenty of books and gadgets for them to play with. 

    ENTPs can be effective teachers with an ability to simplify complex subjects into a form that is easier to digest and comprehend. Moreover, ENTPs can dispense information with a dose of humor and dramatic flair that makes them fascinating and enthralling to listen to. As students, they can perform well so long as they’re sufficiently interested and engaged with what they are learning. ENTPs prefer more interactive and involved styles of learning as opposed to just being lectured to.

    With their thirst for new challenges and numerous interests, ENTPs can be great at initiating many projects but can often lose interest and fail to see them all the way through to completion. They can display a high tolerance for risk and engage in high stakes gambles for the chance to win big. This tendency can sometimes put a strain on their relationships. ENTPs typically trust their powers of reason and ingenuity to get them out of trouble when needed but those who are entangled with them may find their antics to be irresponsible and reckless.

    Their Lifestyles can contribute to major financial swings and instability. A lack of organization and attendance to regular everyday tasks such as house cleaning and maintenance can eventually lead to a chaotic environment. Nevertheless, ENTPs often treat their homes as an open parlour at which friends and like-minded individuals can convene for the purpose of interesting discourse and meaningful social exchange.

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    INFJ Defined: What It Means to be the INFJ Personality Type

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    The INFJ is one of 16 Myers Briggs personality types. They are described as the “advocate” and “diplomatic counselor”. These terms hint at the humane and supportive nature of this type. At roughly 1% of the population, INFJs are also the least common MBTI type. INFJs are introverts, but because of how sociable they can be, may sometimes get mistaken for an extrovert. INFJs engage with the external world through the lens of auxiliary Fe (extraverted feeling). The way in which they extrovert themselves is typically in the form of service to others and being a valuable and helpful human being. 

    However, their primary mode is introverted and the nature of their introversion consists of an inner vision of possibilities, intuitions and meanings popping in and out of their conscious awareness. When left to their own devices, life can feel like an open and endless sea of possibilities both good and bad. However, the external world has a way of disrupting the INFJ’s insular world and their sense of obligation and social responsibility compels them to meet its demands. INFJs have dominant introverted intuition which means that their perceptions of reality are heavily influenced by their subjective ideals, imagination, and their awareness of patterns, and future outcomes.

    INFJs have a perspective that is generally broader and more abstract in nature when compared with the more empirical and practical perspective of the ISFJ. Compared with the INTJ, INFJ places more interest in addressing the problems of human welfare and social systems than the technical problems of mechanical systems. INFJs are more idealistic than realistic but that is not to say they are delusional or out of touch with reality. INFJs are good at seeing possible pathways forward and can be ingenious problem solvers. Although they are often soft spoken, they have a quiet strength and can be incredibly determined to the point of stubbornness in pursuing a goal or promoting a special cause of great importance to them. 

    While INFJs are adept at understanding other people, they themselves can be difficult to read. Although kind and affectionate, INFJs can often appear removed and slightly detached. This is because INFJs tend not to readily share what’s going on inside of them or make their personal reactions visible to others except those they trust. Their moods can wax hot and cold, confusing their friends and romantic partners alike. Additionally, because of their empathic nature, they are highly sensitive to the emotional ups and downs of others such that it can take a toll on their own emotional health. INFJs try to avoid and prevent conflict and oftentimes seek to be agreeable for the sake of keeping the peace. INFJs thus tend to be polite and careful in how they handle people.

    At heart, INFJs are people pleasers, and anytime they receive praise and approval, it can really mean a lot to them. As a type prone to perfectionism, INFJs can often place a lot of pressure on themselves to do a very good job or not let down themselves and other people who depend on them. Criticism and negative feedback can often affect them deeply and sometimes undermine their confidence more than it should. Moreover, being exposed to the emotional distress of others can weigh heavily on their spirit, sapping their motivation and happiness. It can drain them to the point where they promptly withdraw from most human contact without much warning or explanation.

    In between social interactions, INFJs require personal time to themselves where they can process their emotions, analyze meanings and engage in creative activities they enjoy. INFJs feel more comfortable working behind the scenes rather than front and center in the spotlight. Although INFJs are highly individualistic, they make an effort to harmonize their individualism with their environment. They would prefer working independently or in a more personal one-on-one capacity. Still, when they are required to work within larger groups and organizations, INFJs can still thrive so long as their role and interactions are meaningful and not superficial.

    Motivated by inspiration, INFJs would rather be a pioneer than follow the beaten path. They are stimulated by challenges that call for creative solutions. INFJs are masters of metaphor, with a knack for explaining one thing in terms of another thing. Their capacity for language that is laced with vivid imagery and layers of abstract meaning and linguistic devices, makes them well suited for careers as creative writers. This, along with their natural insight into human nature, allows them to really get through to a reader or listener in a personalized way that resonates deeply. 

    When it comes to academics, INFJs tend to be good students and high achievers in a non-ostentatious way. As parents, they are devoted to their children and try to be a good friend to them while still being a firm and loving disciplinarian. INFJs are able to form a special emotional bond with their kids that can sometimes be overly strong. They are very attune to their children’s emotional states and can get really wrapped up with whatever they are going through. This can cause them undue worry and stress. Their intuitive and perceptive nature can make INFJs seem to have psychic-like abilities. As empaths, they can gauge what people are feeling and feel it very strongly in themselves. Additionally, they are good at detecting a person’s motives whether they be benevolent or malicious. If ESP is real, INFJs are the type most likely to have it. The strength of their vision, and accuracy of their foresight and premonitions can make others come to view them as modern day prophets.

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    Saturn in the 1st House: What Does It Mean?

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    Saturn in the 1st House Overview:

    Saturn in the 1st house is a placement that fosters an element of seriousness in the way people perceive you. Additionally, among the traits you project through your rising sign, you may also come across as responsible, diligent and mature. Those who have Saturn in the 1st house are likely to have been precocious youngsters or at least appear so upon initial impressions. Their sense of style is bound to be orderly and neat. They perhaps prefer to dress in ways that will help them be taken seriously. Their approach to new situations is marked by a sense of composure and self control. They may appear to display leadership qualities because of the force of will and good sound judgement that Saturn bestows.

    In the 1st house, Saturn may serve to dampen the overall expressiveness of a person’s rising sign and style of behavior. It can foster the appearance of a more introverted disposition and someone who thinks carefully before making decisions. Their approach to new situations is not impulsive but rather more thoughtful and deliberate. Furthermore, to outsiders and people who do not know them thoroughly well, they may seem perhaps a bit uptight and something of a killjoy. They tend to take a defensive stance rather than an offensive one. Saturn in the 1st house can manifest a somewhat tough exterior that operates as a protective defense mechanism against various perceived threats and insecurities the individual may harbor. Here is a look at Saturn in the 1st house in the birth chart and as a transit.

    Saturn in the 1st House key Traits: takes themselves seriously, mature disposition, judgmental, cautious and deliberate, orderly appearance, patience, arrogance, authoritative

    The 1st House: 

    The 1st house in astrology is the house of Self. It corresponds with the sign of Aries and it’s planetary ruler, Mars. This house is angular and is thus considered to be more significant in the birth chart. Angular houses emphasize aspects of our identity. The 4th house represents our inner self and group identity with regards to family and homeland. The 10th house or midheaven, represents our public image and status and the 7th house represents our identity as a partner and supporter to others. The 1st house therefore is focused on our self image and how we want to see ourselves and how people can often perceive us upon first impression. It represents our style and approach to new situations. The sign that occupies this house in the birth chart is known as the Ascendant or rising sign.

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 1st House Natal:

    With Saturn in the 1st house of the natal chart, the general persona that most people perceive of you will involve an element of seriousness and maturity. Therefore, people with this placement may seem more reliable and suited for positions in leadership and management. At the same time, they can also appear melancholy and depressive. When faced with new situations, their attitude can be cynical and pessimistic. They prepare themselves for the worse and hope for the best. Furthermore, people who have their Saturn in the 1st house may place a lot of value on being seen as respectable and trustworthy. They seek to present themselves as someone who can be trusted to make good decisions especially from an authoritative position.

    At the same, the strength of the ego will be very fortified under this placement. Saturn represents the crystallized ego shaped and structured by experience. There will be emphasis on self sufficiency and self reliance that can make the individual less of a team player and more of lone wolf. People with this placement may feel it is their birthright to wield control and operate from a place of authority. They can be tyrannical or fair but that largely depends on how Saturn is aspected in the chart. Furthermore, structure and consistency are important factors for them especially in their early years of development. Frequent changes and instability can bring a lot of stress and anxiety for them. They tend to have strong opinions and perspectives and can be very stubborn when it comes to doing things their way.

    Saturn in the 1st House Transit:

    Saturn transits last for roughly 2.5 years and so through each sign and each house it passes, Saturn can mark a significant period of growth and also hardship. During a Saturn 1st house transit, there will likely be an emphasis on negative prejudices both given and received. The individual may find themselves subjected to negative and ungenerous perceptions and judgments by others. They may be victim to negative biases and prejudice based on the particular way they present themselves especially if they stand out from the crowd. 

    Alternately, their personal sense of style may take a turn towards being more moderate and conservative. Although they may seek to preserve their sense of individuality, they may desire to tone down or refine the manner of its expression. Mature forms of dress with neutral colors could become a theme for them. Furthermore, their response to new changes and situations they find themselves involved in is likely to include a greater element of caution and planning. Saturn urges the individual to be more mature and realistic in how they handle their business. Moreover, they may embrace hardship and challenges as a means of testing their mettle and fortitude. A lot of their self pride may be staked on how hard they work and how many obstacles they are able to overcome.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 1st House in Aries – With Saturn in the 1st house in Aries, Saturn will serve to suppress some of the impulsivity and dynamism that Aries rising tends to express. This configuration promises to remind the individual what happens when they go too fast or get ahead of themselves. With time, competence is developed and mistakes are reduced due to better precautions and smarter approaches and techniques employed. 

    Saturn in the 1st House in Taurus – With Saturn in the 1st house in Taurus, the impression that others have of you will be that you are very dependable and down to earth. You display solid values and a hearty disposition. You like to enjoy yourself and take it easy most of the time but you get things done and can be counted on to follow rules and expectations. Additionally, your sense of style tends to be minimalistic and simple. People are often attracted by your quiet strength and stableness.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Gemini – With Saturn in the 1st in Gemini, you come across like a stable genius. You seem very sociable and can be very communicative. You seek to present yourself as reliable and competent. You enjoy a bit of gossip and often live vicariously through the exploits of others. Individuals with this placement however, may be mild mannered but witty or clever in some way. They value the utility of structure and enjoy the mental exercise of puzzles and word games.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Cancer – Saturn in the 1st in Cancer is a placement that can bring about someone with very conservative leanings. They come across as sensitive and cautious and possibly introverted. They seek to present themselves as competent providers and protectors. Their sense of style is modest and comfortable and they may show a wholesome interest in family values and initiate a lot of activities that support and strengthen bonds with their loved ones.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Leo – With Saturn in the 1st in Leo, you are often perceived as proud, magnanimous but not to be messed with. You come across as an attractive leader and someone very confident. You carry yourself with dignity and seriousness, but you also like to show that you have a heart as well. Your sense of style is mature but appealing. You seem to have a big ego and can get pushy and overbearing when determined to do something. Because of pride, you may be reluctant to ask for help even when you ought to do so.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Virgo – With Saturn in the 1st in Virgo, other people’s impression of you is that you are perhaps a bit uptight and workaholic. You are a perfectionist who can often get hung up on flaws and imperfections that other people don’t fret about. You are modest and sensible in your attire and prefer not to draw attention to yourself with the way you dress. You come across as very practical, honest and down to earth and also a responsible, conscientious and dutiful caretaker. 

    Saturn in the 1st House in Libra – With Saturn in the 1st house in Libra, the perception that others have of you will be that of a genteel and respectable person. You come across as friendly but judicious. You display a keen sense of fairness that allows you to play the role of mediator and arbiter of disputes. Additionally, your sense of style is classy and not too flashy. You like to display your good taste through your style of dress and also the quality of your partners. 

    Saturn in the 1st House in Scorpio – With Saturn in the 1st house in Scorpio, you will have a tendency to come off as intense and passionate but also a bit of an enigma. You can be stern and stubborn about getting your way. The willpower you display is formidable and you have the capacity to inspire others but also block them and tear them down. Upon first impression, you can seem intimidating and mysterious. You exude an aura that suggests that there is more to you than meets the eye. Your sense of style may feature a lot of dark colors and you may try to repress or underplay your sexual appeal.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Sagittarius – With Saturn in the 1st house in Sagittarius, there will be a tendency to come across as a deeply independent thinker. You approach new situations with a sense of optimism and openness to possibility. At the same time, you may encounter or experience a lot of psychological obstacles that hamper your confidence and desire to think big and stay optimistic. Your opinions and critiques can often run negative and cynical especially when you are not in a good mood.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Capricorn – Saturn in the 1st in Capricorn fosters a persona and self image that is very mature and hardworking. Such a person may have been very precocious in their youth and praised for the level of maturity they showed for their age. The initial impression others have of you will be that you are dependable and strong with leadership qualities. Your sense of style tends to be very orderly and professional looking. You present yourself as someone very capable and respectable.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Aquarius – With Saturn in the 1st in Aquarius, the image you tend to project to others is that of a very independent but sociable person. You seem to like people without getting too attached to them. You maintain your sense of independence and self reliance but enjoy being a part of a team or group of people with shared interests. You show a sense of social awareness and responsibility that motivates you to take part in humanitarian activities and causes. You have a progressive and idealistic attitude but also a sense of realism that keeps your ideals grounded.

    Saturn in the 1st House in Pisces – With Saturn in the 1st house in Pisces, you appear dreamy and quiet. People’s first impression of you will often be that you are serious and perhaps shy. You may be modest and sometimes struggle with self doubt and disappointment. You display a sense of vision, moral wisdom and imaginativeness coupled with self discipline and methodology that allows you to play the role of creative director. Your sense of style may be unorthodox yet orderly.

    Saturn in the 1st House Celebrities

    • Katy Perry (October 25, 1984)- Saturn in the 1st House Scorpio Rising
    • Diana, Princess of Wales (July 1, 1961)- Saturn in the 1st House Sagittarius Rising
    • Britney Spears (December 1, 1981)- Saturn in the 1st House Libra Rising
    • Lana Del Rey (June  21, 1985)- Saturn in the 1st House Scorpio Rising
    • Monica Bellucci (September 30, 1964)- Saturn in the 1st House Capricorn Rising
    • John Lennon (October 9, 1940)- Saturn in the 1st House Aries Rising
    • Mick Jagger (July 26, 1943)- Saturn in the 1st House Gemini Rising
    • Carl Jung (July  26, 1875)- Saturn in the 1st House Aquarius Rising
    • Russell Crowe (April  7, 1964)- Saturn in the 1st House Aquarius Rising
    • Salman Khan (December 27, 1965)- Saturn in the 1st House Pisces Rising
    • Julien Courbet (February 7, 1965)- Saturn in the 1st House Aquarius Rising
    • J.K. Rowling (July 31, 1965)- Saturn in the 1st House Aquarius Rising
    • Adam Levine (March 18, 1979)- Saturn in the 1st House Leo Rising

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    Saturn in the 2nd House: What Does It Mean?

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    Saturn in House Two

    Saturn in the 2nd House Overview:

    Saturn in the 2nd house is a placement that fosters a conservative attitude about resources and a reluctance to overspend needlessly. The appetite for material wealth is dampened by a more simplistic and moderate sensibility. Aesthetically, people with this placement are likely to prefer more modest fashions. Even if they manage to acquire substantial means, they are not likely to flaunt it or show off. Rather, they are more conscious about holding onto what they have and protecting it as best as they can. Additionally, they may harbor an affinity for relics, antiques and objects of historical value. Collectors items with value that is tied to its oldness and provenance are bound to be of more appeal than say the latest and greatest gadgets and fashion trends. 

    When it comes to money, Saturn in the 2nd house confers as you might expect, a sometimes miserly and parsimonious way with finances. They however, may exhibit good responsibility with managing their bills and making payments on time. In the 2nd house, Saturn may bestow a great capacity to earn money through means that make use of an eye for detail and professionalism. People with this placement may do well working in security, or accounting, or as a bank loan officer. Furthermore, with Saturn in house 2, there is an ability to really get the most for one’s money. They tend to stay within budget and rarely splurge impulsively. Here is a look at Saturn in the 2nd house in both the natal chart and as a transit.

    Saturn in the 2nd House key Traits: miserly, connoisseurship, conservative values, good with money, minimalistic, moderate in appetite, wealth accrued over time, smart investments

    The 2nd House:

    The 2nd house in astrology is known as the house of possessions. This house corresponds to the sign of Taurus and its ruler Venus. This is the house of our values and material possessions. It represents our finances and economic status. It is about the things we own and value in this world. Having neptune in the 2nd house for example, may indicate a person who places less value on material wealth and instead focuses on building karmic wealth; and doing things that make them feel more connected with the divine and the universe. The planets and signs that occupy this house can indicate something about what we need or desire to feel comfortable and happy. It also shows in what ways we are likely able to attract money, good luck and prosperity.

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 2nd House Natal:

    For those who have Saturn in the 2nd house, financial prosperity may not fall into their lap, but over time and through smart investments, they can build a sustainable and comfortable lifestyle for themselves. Saturn however, can indicate that financial hurdles, especially early in life, may need to be overcome. In astrology, Saturn is known as the great teacher and as such will subject the individual to adversity and possibly destitution in order to instill an appreciation for the value of things. With such experiences, knowledge and wisdom can be gained and in the end, individuals can become savvy in the ways of making and keeping money as well as understanding the value of objects. Consequently, this along with their appreciation for things of traditional and historic value, can draw them to professions as appraisers, museum curators and auctioneers.

    With Saturn in the 2nd house, there may be fears and anxieties about losing what they have that drives them to work all the harder. In astrology, Saturn represents negative karma from a past life that has created a karmic deficit in this one. Therefore, it is necessary for the individual to work at developing the weaknesses and shortfalls that Saturn in the 2nd house reveals. Among those shortfalls is a penchant for stinginess and over cautiousness for fear of going broke. For this reason, the individual must make a concerted effort to exercise greater generosity and charity when possible. People with this placement can take pride in objects that serve as tokens of their achievements but they may need to avoid being too attached to them.

    Saturn in the 2nd House Transit:

    When Saturn transits the 2nd house, it will signal a time to cut back on spending and be more conservative with your time and resources. On a larger scale, it could signal an economic recession or even a depression where financial fears are stoked by downward trends. Saturn in the 2nd house transits bring a heightened sense of caution that can lead to a restoration of balance where chaos and instability may have previously reigned. When it comes to money, Saturn can put a spotlight on imprudent spending habits and force us to deal with the negative consequences of our behavior. Improprieties we may have been getting away with for some time may now have to be reckoned with. Saturn warns us to get our finances under control or we will suffer. The lessons to be learned will entail responsibility with money and also the calibration of moral values and personal values in general.

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Aries – Saturn in the 2nd house in Aries brings about a tension between impulsive spending and the desire to save money. This placement can foster great drive and motivation to go out and take on a lot of tasks that earn money as well as spearhead projects that bring personal gain. People with this placement tend to earn money in exciting ways and spontaneous ways and may also be motivated or hindered by a persistent fear of failure and falling into a state of restitution. Such a person may develop great powers of resourcefulness through the challenges and difficulties they must overcome. 

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Taurus – Saturn in the 2nd house in Taurus is a placement that fosters a strong ability to save money and acquire resources as needed. They think about the long term and plan accordingly. They can sometimes have a scarcity mindset and feel the need to stock up or save money whenever they can. They appreciate the value of things and can be really good appraisers and connoisseurs of quality and value. Even if they are wealthy, they are not likely to flaunt their wealth and tend to have modest sensibilities. 

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Gemini – With Saturn in the 2nd house in Gemini, there will be a penchant for collecting books and material that is mentally stimulating in nature. Such a person may tend to invest their resources in things that can win them respect and status in the eyes of their neighbors, peers and siblings. People with this placement can also become ingenious in finding ways to make money with limited resources. They can often get themselves out of a financial pinch using cunning and manipulation.

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Cancer – Having Saturn in the 2nd house in Cancer will foster a desire to seek after possessions that provide emotional security. Material wealth and valuable objects are only as valuable as the amount of security and comfort they provide. The general attitude is conservative and moderate with finances. Excessive spending is often due to emotional imbalance and insecurity. With this placement, there is a strong desire to build wealth for the sake of passing it on to posterity.

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Leo – With Saturn in the 2nd house in Leo, there is a tendency to be attracted to flashy things and fancy possessions. Saturn represses some of these impulses and keeps the individual mindful of moderation and necessity. People with this placement like to have nice things that others would envy but also take pride and appreciation in the amount of hard work and effort it took to acquire it. They look at their possessions as trophies and tokens of their accomplishments as an individual. 

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Virgo – Saturn in the 2nd house in Virgo is a placement that brings about a very moderate and practical attitude about material possessions. They have a discriminating eye for quality and are very selective when making purchases. They tend not to get carried away with excessive expenditures and are very responsible about managing their budget. They like to invest in things related to health and fitness. People with this placement may especially like having pets and are likely to be very responsible and caring owners.  

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Libra – With Saturn in the 2nd house in Libra, there is a taste for elegance and simplicity that influences their consumer choices. Regardless how much or how little they possess, these individuals know how to make the best of it and keep their things looking nice. It is likely that these individuals have a tendency to purchase items in pairs or even-number quantities. Although they may resist the urge to indulge in too much materialism, they like to surround themselves with beautiful things when they have the opportunity. 

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Scorpio – Saturn in the 2nd house in Scorpio is a placement that manifests a desire to wield a lot of control and ownership. Possessions for them are associated with power and they tend to acquire objects over which they can exercise executive control and judgement. They may be stubborn and miserly to some extent since they can equate giving things away to giving up power. When denied what they feel they are entitled, people with this placement can be vindictive and wrathful.

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Sagittarius – Saturn in the 2nd house in Sagittarius fosters a penchant for splurging on exotic items and collecting memorabilia and mementos from pop culture and foreign culture alike. On the other hand, people with this placement may have particular ideas and attitudes about material possessions. They have a philosophical bend and reflect on the meaning and significance of the things they value. They try to differentiate the possessions that have true value in this world from those that do not.

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Capricorn – Those who have Saturn in the 2nd house in Capricorn, are driven and happy to enjoy the fruits of their labor. They value structure and order in their life, and they tend to acquire possessions that are of utility to them rather than just vanity. People with this placement have a mature attitude about money and managing their budget. They are not disposed to overspending or impulse buying and instead tend to plan their purchases well in advance.

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Aquarius – Saturn in the 2nd house in Aquarius is a placement that can foster a spirit of generosity and altruism. People with this placement feel obligated to help others and share their resources when they can. They themselves may have experienced periods of scarcity and meager means that cultivates empathy for others who may be stuck in a rut. With this placement, friendship is one of their most prized possessions and those they call friends gain will have access to a lot of what’s theirs.

    Saturn in the 2nd House in Pisces – With Saturn in the 2nd house in Pisces, there will be less emphasis on material possessions and more emphasis on spiritual and emotional wealth. However, there may be a number of things that must be overcome before these individuals can attain the feeling of contentment and peace that they value. With some difficulty and challenges, money and resources can be attained through creative endeavors that utilize their imagination and good business sense.

    Saturn in the 2nd House Celebrities

    • Taylor Swift (December 13, 1989) – Saturn in the 2nd House Scorpio Rising
    • Brad Pitt (December 18, 1963) – Saturn in the 2nd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Ariana Grande (June 26, 1993) – Saturn in the 2nd House Capricorn Rising
    • Kanye West (June 8, 1977) – Saturn in the 2nd House Cancer Rising
    • Jodie Foster (November 19, 1962) – Saturn in the 2nd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Mahatma Gandhi (October 2, 1869) – Saturn in the 2nd House Libra Rising
    • Brigitte Bardot (September 28, 1934) – Saturn in the 2nd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Grace Kelly (November 12, 1929) – Saturn in the 2nd House Scorpio Rising
    • Justin Timberlake (January 31, 1981) – Saturn in the 2nd House Leo Rising
    • Prince (musician) (June 7, 1958) – Saturn in the 2nd House Scorpio Rising
    • Jennifer Lawrence (August 15, 1990) – Saturn in the 2nd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Arnold Schwarzenegger (July 30, 1947) – Saturn in the 2nd House Cancer Rising
    • Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932) – Saturn in the 2nd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Mark Zuckerberg (May 14, 1984) – Saturn in the 2nd House Virgo Rising
    • Meryl Streep (June 22, 1949) – Saturn in the 2nd House Leo Rising
    • José Bové (June 11, 1953) – Saturn in the 2nd House Virgo Rising
    • Jessica Alba (April 28, 1981) – Saturn in the 2nd House Leo Rising
    • Avril Lavigne (September 27, 1984) – Saturn in the 2nd House Libra Rising
    • Joseph Stalin (December  18, 1978) – Saturn in the 2nd House Capricorn Rising
    • Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (July 28, 1929) – Saturn in the 2nd House Scorpio Rising
    • Clint Eastwood (May 31, 1930) – Saturn in the 2nd House Scorpio Rising
    • Katie Holmes (December 18, 1978) – Saturn in the 2nd House Leo Rising
    • Milla Jovovich (December 17, 1975) – Saturn in the 2nd House Cancer Rising
    • Friedrich Nietzsche (October 15, 1844) – Saturn in the 2nd House Scorpio Rising

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    Saturn in the 3rd House: What Does it Mean?

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    Saturn in the 3rd House Overview:

    Saturn in the 3rd house is a placement that can indicate a childhood marked by loneliness and isolation. The ability to interact and engage with peers and relatives may have been altogether stunted and inhibited by shyness and social fears. With Saturn in house 3, there may be a lack of communicativeness although verbal abilities may become advanced especially during the formative years. While Saturn in the 3rd house can suppress the volume of speech displayed by an individual, it could also foster a more concise and better quality of speech. People with this placement may use an economy of words and place emphasis on accuracy and correctness. For this reason, they may be well suited as grammarians and teachers of language. 

    Moreover, they may be very observant of the details and context of people’s speech as well as the content of their surroundings. In the 3rd house, Saturn confers a more organized mental orientation. The way of thinking may lean towards black and white logic and there may be a preference for convention rather than novelty. Although there may be a lack of interest in frivolous banter and chit chat, the capacity for composing well thought out speeches and long form writing may be highlighted by this placement. Additionally, Saturn in the 3rd house may emphasize the importance of truthful speech and also being true to one’s word. Such a person may also be drawn to ideologies and systems of ideas that help provide structure to their lives and their understanding of other people.

    Saturn in the 3rd House key Traits: good critical thinking skills, cynicism, loneliness, lack of communication, boredom, good analytical ability, dislike small talk, good with systems, good writer, overthinking, good with directions, some social phobias.

    The 3rd House:

    The 3rd house in astrology is the house of communication. It corresponds to the sign of Gemini and its planetary ruler, Mercury. This house covers the realm of our platonic interactions with others in our immediate environment, education, short trips, messaging and communication and also neighbors, siblings and relatives. The 3rd house relates to our mental orientation and what we find mentally stimulating and interesting. We look to the 3rd house to discern something about where our intellectual interests lay and what we enjoy learning about. Having Saturn in the 3rd house for example may indicate a fascination with history and architecture. It can suggest a personality that is logical and fact-oriented and good at following steps and procedures. Additionally, their communication style may tend to be concise, clear and to the point.

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences.. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 3rd House Natal:

    Those who have Saturn in the 3rd house of their natal chart may have suffered loneliness as a kid. Interactions with others may have been limited by shyness and social inhibition. Such persons may have struggled to make friends or otherwise kept the number of friends down to a select few. They are not likely to be terribly social or inclined to strike up many conversations with strangers and people they don’t know very well. For them, the barrier for getting to know new people is much greater. They may have to learn through experience how to break the ice and engage with others in a more casual sense. Loneliness can be an issue for them as they may be more fond of ideas and information than people. They may find camaraderie with others based on shared intellectual interests and values.

    With Saturn in the 3rd house, early schooling may have been aided by good study habits and persistence. With hard work, individuals with this placement may be able to excel in writing and language arts and possibly computer science. Their powers of communication may not be as evident in their verbal speech but more so in their written word. Saturn confers a lack of emotiveness and blockages in the extent to which they engage with others. For them, the ability to formulate their thoughts and compose them in written form may be more preferable to them. They may be well suited for working within communication systems as a facilitator of sorts. Logistics and scheduling people  around a task or goal may be among their stronger suits. 

    Saturn in the 3rd House Transit:

    Saturn transits last for roughly 2.5 years in each sign and house they pass through. Thus, a Saturn transit can mark a significant period of growth and challenges in one’s life. During a 3rd house transit, an individual may undergo a period of difficulty in their desire or ability to communicate. Interpersonal interactions may be limited and there may be a lack of interest in casual banter. Channels of communication may be impeded by technical problems and misinformation. Communication problems involving authorities and administrators overseeing systems of communication and the dissemination of information may become frequent.

    Information may get withheld by individuals who wield power or control causing others to feel left out of the loop. Furthermore, there may be a lack of understanding and also rampant confusion. Delivery service problems and disruptions and delays in mail and information updates are likely to arise. Additionally, there may be an aversion to going on short trips due to fears involving safety. There may be blockages and borders put in place that deter the free passage of traffic from one area to another. 

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Aries – With Saturn in the 3rd house in Aries, there is a penchant for communication that is direct, candid and to the point. These individuals don’t beat around the bush and they have a certain confidence and enthusiasm that compels others to believe in them. They are good at delegating and communicating directions to others but they prefer to operate solo. They enjoy running short errands and operating at a fast and efficient pace. They may demonstrate great competence and ambition in their command of facts and information.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Taurus – Saturn in the 3rd house in Taurus is a placement that manifests someone who may have a smooth and pleasant speaking voice and style of speech. They enjoy going on short hikes and Sunday drives through scenic locations. They don’t mind casual small talk with their neighbors, and strangers although they don’t necessarily initiate or seek to do so. People with this placement tend to talk about business related things and about the personal things they enjoy like food, fashion and romance as opposed to concepts, technology and news.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Gemini – With Saturn in the 3rd house in Gemini, verbal skills are likely to be well developed although perhaps after some difficulty and challenge along the way. Despite what verbal or literary prowess they may possess, these individuals are not necessarily inclined to babble all the time or verbalize their every thought. They may exercise restraint and moderation in their speech and display more clarity and substance in the content of their words. 

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Cancer – Having Saturn in the 3rd house in Cancer can manifest a very active relationship with siblings and neighbors alike. These individuals are likely to be well known by their family and around the neighborhood. They are expressive and caring and actively interact with the people near and familiar to them. People with this placement may take a special interest in learning about the history of their family and the locations where they grew up. They take a general interest in learning about the historical significance of many locations.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Leo – Saturn in the 3rd house in Leo is a placement that can foster a compelling and dramatic flair for communication along with leadership qualities to boot. Such a person can be very sociable and interactive with strangers and the people in their nearby area. With their words, they command attention and respect from their peers. Intellectually, they take an interest in perfecting the art of their self expression. They understand the power of language and seek to use their words in positive and constructive ways.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Virgo – Saturn in the 3rd house in Virgo is a placement that may foster a use of language that is very particular and concise. Such a person may also be disposed to arguments, complaints and expressing their displeasure about various things. People with this placement can be very vocal and expressive about what they like or don’t like and can earn the reputation of being hypercritical, fastidious and hard to please. 

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Libra – Saturn in the 3rd house in Libra is a placement that may engender a tendency towards polite speech and a desire to avoid offending others with their words. They know how to play the social game and can be real smooth charmers in order to get what they want. These folks are bound to get along well with most people and they tend to try and make others feel included and appreciated. For them, it is important to seek balance and moderation in most aspects of their lives and tend to be middle-of-the-road in their perspectives.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Scorpio – Saturn in the 3rd house in Scorpio is a placement that can bring about a passionate and compelling speaking style. These individuals can be provocative and pushy. They can exude a calm air of authority in the way they speak that conveys they are capable and in control even if they are not. They are very candid about what they think and they tend to tell it how they see it without much apology or sensitivity for people’s feelings. 

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Sagittarius – Saturn in the 3rd house in Sagittarius is a placement that can manifest a fun conversationalist who enjoys getting into deep discussions about politics or movies. Their intellectual interests tend to be broad and they have the focus and devotion to study and absorb a lot of information on whatever it is they care about. In their early years they may have gotten into trouble for talking too much or blurting out inappropriate and blunt statements.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Capricorn – Saturn in the 3rd house in Capricorn is a placement that can manifest the communication skills of a good teacher or counselor. In their early years, people with this placement tend to have a precocious communication style with perhaps an advanced vocabulary beyond what their years would suggest. Among their siblings, they are probably the most mature and may have earned the reputation of being an overachiever because of their studious performance in school.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Aquarius – Saturn in the 3rd house in Aquarius is a placement that can bring about an unconventional communication style and way of thinking that is often unexpected and inventive. People with this placement are bound to have a strong circle of friends and associates they acquire throughout their lives. Childhood friendships may last a long time and they can be very good at keeping in touch with them along with their siblings and relatives in general. These individuals are bound to have a variety of personal interests any number of which they may have a serious obsession with.

    Saturn in the 3rd House in Pisces – Saturn in the 3rd house in Pisces is a placement that can engender a very intuitive communicator and someone who uses language in a poetic and creative way. Despite this, they may face some obstacles that inhibit their self expression such that they may self isolate and suffer from feelings of loneliness. Although they can get along quite well with most people, individuals who have this placement may often feel little understood by the people around them..

    Saturn in the 3rd House Celebrities

    • Steve Jobs (February 24, 1955) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • Justin Bieber (March 1, 1994) – Saturn in the 3rd House Scorpio Rising
    • Nicolas Sarkozy (January 28, 1955) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • Elvis Presley (January 8, 1935) – Saturn in the 3rd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Kylie Jenner (August 10, 1997) – Saturn in the 3rd House Capricorn Rising
    • Billie Eilish (December 18, 2001) – Saturn in the 3rd House Pisces Rising
    • Jim Carrey (January 17, 1962) – Saturn in the 3rd House Scorpio Rising
    • V (entertainer) (December 30, 1995) – Saturn in the 3rd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Coluche (October 28, 1944) – Saturn in the 3rd House Taurus Rising
    • Jake Gyllenhaal (December 19, 1980) – Saturn in the 3rd House Leo Rising
    • Björk (November 21, 1965) – Saturn in the 3rd House Scorpio Rising
    • Bruce Willis (March 19, 1955) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856) – Saturn in the 3rd House Taurus Rising
    • Penélope Cruz (April 28, 1974) – Saturn in the 3rd House Aries Rising
    • Tom Hanks (July 9, 1956) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • David Beckham (May 2, 1975) – Saturn in the 3rd House Taurus Rising

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    Saturn in the 4th House Overview:

    Saturn in the 4th house is a placement that indicates a very private and reserved disposition with strong attachments to the home and family roots. In the 4th house, Saturn can bestow a special appreciation for architecture and construction. People with this placement may be interested in being a Realtor or Developer. In other cases, this placement can foster a strong sense of loyalty and devotion to family and people they care about in their personal life. Saturn in the 4th house is a placement that can bring about a greater need for security and for them, attaining a solid and respectable home is an integral part of that. For them, Saturn in the 4th house is a placement that can bring about a fine sense of values and ethics when it comes to taking care of the people who depend on them. They are very responsible and can carry the burden of family responsibility very nobly on their shoulders.

    Moreover, Saturn in the 4th house is a placement that can engender a pronounced interest in history and the past especially of that relating to their ancestry and family roots. People with this placement are serious about developing stability and security and can be very protective of their loved ones. At the same time, they can be overbearing and overprotective due to fears both conscious and subconscious about safety. Home life is likely to be guarded and protected much like the inner private world of their thoughts and feelings. In childhood, people with this placement may have had a stern upbringing or one that was somewhat deprived of the emotional support that was needed. Here is a look at Saturn in the 4th house in both the natal chart and as a transit.

    Saturn in the 4th House key Traits: fears about leaving home, selfishness, arrested development, overattachment, hoarding and withholding from others, buried emotions, childhood issues, lack of emotional support in childhood, mother complex, resourceful.

    The 4th House:

    The 4th house in astrology is the house of home and family. It corresponds to the sign of Cancer and the moon. This house is angular and thus concerns aspects of our identity, in this case, the sense of identity derived through our family roots and tribal affiliations. This house represents our inner world and the sanctuary to which we withdraw from the public realm of the 10th house. The 4th house is also associated with retirement and domestic life in general. Studying the 4th house placements and that of the moon can reveal something about the nature of our childhood and our relationship with the mother or maternal figures. Additionally, the 4th house relates to our subconscious needs and our survival instincts. It encompasses our sense of patriotism and loyalty to our group, be it family, a sports team, homeland or fan club. 

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 4th House Natal:

    With Saturn in the 4th house of the natal chart, there will be blockages in the form of emotional availability and support especially with regards to childhood. Individuals with this placement in their chart, may have endured problems with the way authority was imposed by parents and also the amount of restriction placed on them. Additionally, selfishness and isolation by either themselves or the parents may have driven a wedge in the familial cohesion. With Saturn in the 4th house, there may have been a sense of insecurity and a sense that there was a need to work extra hard to earn the approval and love of the parents. Certain fears may exist regarding the ability to succeed and thrive on their own in the real world that may stunt them in life or delay their readiness to leave the nest so to speak.

    Although they can be relatively independent and isolated at home, individuals with this placement may cling to their roots and family base out of fear of their ability to survive on their own. Only after they establish some foundations for themselves and even acquire some Real Estate will they gain the type of confidence they need. Fear of the unknown and fear of change can hold them back and reliance upon what is familiar can give them a false sense of security. What they must learn is to come out from under the safety and security they have been accustomed to and to start building their own foundations. They must extricate themselves from the strictures of their past both psychological and physical and become the kings and queens of their own kingdom. 

    At the same time, while they take pride in their family roots and ancestral identity, those things can also become a great source of shame to them if they cannot find anything to be proud about in their family. In such a case, they may be driven to transcend this and become a successful figure in order to bring honor to their family name and be worthy of respect and admiration. Otherwise, they may estrange themselves and go on to build the family they always wanted. Still, people with this placement do not give up easily on their goals. They are willing to work hard for the sake of what they feel is their obligation and responsibility to their loved ones. People with this placement may often not come from loving or wealthy families but they have the potential to be the one who changes that.

    Saturn in the 4th House Transit:

    When Saturn transits the 4th house, life at home can become something like a bunker away from the chaos of the external world. During this transit, greater attention may be placed on matters relating to home security and protection against outside threats both physical and psychological. Emotionally, you may become more withdrawn and isolated and even depressed. You find solace in retreating to safety and security of your home, wherever that might be. At the same time, you may display more hesitation and reluctance to breakaway from what is familiar to you. You are apt to pass on a lot of opportunities or procrastinate so long that they pass you by. On the other hand, this can be a great time for working on yourself and figuring what is most important to you. You may also take greater interest in doing some home improvements and cleaning up around the house.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 4th House in Aries – Saturn in the 4th house in Aries is a placement that can manifest a very protective and sometimes authoritative person at home. Domestic life can feel restrictive to them but at home they are very active and industrious. They spearhead constructive projects around the house and may harbor a general interest in construction and interior design. Most tasks are performed on their own as they like to take full credit for what they work on whenever possible.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Taurus – With Saturn in the 4th house in Taurus, there is a penchant for homemaking and handling a lot of the traditional domestic duties like cleaning and cooking. People with this placement have a knack for beautifying the home and making it a comfortable and pleasant space to live in. They are conscientious about tending to family needs and providing for them with resources and material provisions. People with this placement especially enjoy family get-togethers where food is the center of attention like cookouts and barbeques.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Gemini – With Saturn in the 4th house in Gemini, there will be a penchant for a lot of discussion and communication that goes on in the household. Individuals with this placement are inclined to strengthen the bonds and connections they share with their family through words of affirmation and light hearted banter. They appreciate the heritage and history of their family roots and take an interest in learning and keeping record of lineage and milestones.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Cancer – Saturn in the 4th house in Cancer is a placement that brings about a strong penchant for nurturing and overseeing family affairs. Such a person may take special interest in preserving family traditions and emphasizes the importance of building strong foundations of support and structure to their children. People with this placement may often come from a single parent home with either a strict father or mother. They may have been subjected to a stern or disciplinary upbringing or an otherwise background of relative economic deprivation and adversity.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Leo – With Saturn in the 4th house in Leo, life at home will invariably be a sanctuary for creative and constructive activity. People with this placement may have come from families that encouraged an appreciation for the arts and even provided a structured environment for the development of one’s own creative interests. It is likely the parents will have a strong influence in shaping the self expression of the individual whether in either an inhibitory or empowering way.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Virgo – Saturn in the 4th house in Virgo is a placement that may manifest a person who is very diligent in their domestic duties. They busy themselves tending to the tasks of cleaning and cooking and other chores around the house. People with this placement can be fussy about others who do not do their part in the uptake of the household. For their part, they are very reliable in performing such duties and may often take on more by themselves than they ought to.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Libra – Saturn in the 4th house in Libra is a placement that can foster a desire for harmony and cohesion in the household. This can apply to both the interpersonal dynamics between family as well as the decor and orderliness of home furnishings. Structure and discipline are important but much of it will be imposed with an element of diplomacy and tact. Maintaining balance in all aspects is important to people with this placement as without it, they can become very dissatisfied and unhappy with their home life.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Scorpio – Saturn in the 4th house in Scorpio is a placement that can bring about a deep need for security and stability that leads to an assertion of control especially on the home front. This can also apply to their mental wellbeing as well, the more private and personal aspects of themselves. There is a need for control and protecting what is theirs among which is family and perhaps their home. At home, power struggles and clashes can occur due to stubbornness and lack of compromise. 

    Saturn in the 4th House in Sagittarius – With Saturn in the 4th house in Sagittarius, home life and inner life in general will emphasize cultural indulgences and a lot of variety in the form of food, guests and lifestyle. People with this placement enjoy having an element of worldliness and exotic flavor in their home especially through the decor and design of the home. They may prefer to live in remote places that are rich with history or close to nature. Additionally, people with this placement may have family living in diverse parts of the world, or they themselves may have lived in many different places throughout their childhood because their family moved a lot like a roaming caravan of Gypsies.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Capricorn – Saturn in the 4th house in Capricorn is a placement that can foster someone who comes from a strict household or imposes strictness upon their household themselves. At any rate, structure and responsibility are emphasized here and so people with this placement can be very serious about instilling proper values in their progeny and being a strong teacher and mentor to them. Such people tend to make for excellent providers but may not be as emotionally available.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Aquarius – With Saturn in the 4th house in Aquarius, home is often a place for entertaining guests such as friends and family. A lot of attention is placed on encouraging their offspring to be who they want to be while trying to provide a structure around which they can do so. People with this placement are very constructive around the home, and may have a lot of ideas about how to improve and make things better around the house.

    Saturn in the 4th House in Pisces – Saturn in the 4th house in Pisces is a placement whereby the home is an object of creativity and a sanctuary for the imagination. People with this placement may literally seek after their “dream home”, a manifestation of their fantasy dwelling place but also a place in which they can escape comfortably into their inner world. Such a person may also find comfort in isolation and could potentially become reclusive like a J.D. Salinger type.

    Saturn in the 4th House Celebrities

    • Marilyn Monroe (June 1, 1926) – Saturn in the 3rd House Leo Rising
    • Madonna (August 16, 1958) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • Harry Styles (February 1, 1994) – Saturn in the 3rd House Libra Rising
    • Tom Cruise (July 3, 1962) – Saturn in the 3rd House Scorpio Rising
    • Sharon Stone (March 10, 1958) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • Catherine Zeta-Jones (September 25, 1969) – Saturn in the 3rd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Drake (entertainer) (October 24, 1986) – Saturn in the 3rd House Leo Rising
    • Mère Teresa (August 26, 1910) – Saturn in the 3rd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Emma Watson (April 15, 1990) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • Soeur Emmanuelle (November 16, 1908) – Saturn in the 3rd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Gwen Stefani (October 3, 1969) – Saturn in the 3rd House Capricorn Rising
    • Ashton Kutcher (February 7, 1978) – Saturn in the 3rd House Gemini Rising
    • Shahrukh Khan (November 2, 1965) – Saturn in the 3rd House Scorpio Rising

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    Saturn in the 5th House: What Does It Mean?

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    Saturn in House Five

    Saturn in the 5th House Overview:

    Saturn in the 5th house is a placement that fosters someone whose creativity and appetite for self expression is markedly inhibited. Such a person may not be motivated to go out a lot or engage in a lot of thrill seeking activities. They tend to appear a bit cold and unexpressive. Romantically, they may have difficulty handling intimacy and providing the type of warmth and affection that many partners desire. Overall, they can be a bit of Debbie-downer and have the power to suck the fun out of anything with the force of a hoover vacuum cleaner. Activities they find to be fun and pleasurable may be simple and solitary in nature. They may prefer introverted activities like reading books or watching interesting documentaries.

    Saturn marginalizes the importance of leisure and can indicate a propensity towards more sorrow than joy. Fun and games can feel like a waste of time for someone with Saturn in the 5th house. They however, can be excellent in the role of orchestrating and planning and directing events and celebrations. The logistics behind setting up and ,making an event successful can be something they are well suited for. Saturn in the 5th house is a placement that fosters a greater capacity for facilitating fun times than actually participating in them. Shyness may hold them back from having as much fun as they could. With time and effort, Saturn in the 5th house people can begin to open up more and let down their self-protecting guards.

    Saturn in the 5th House key Traits: shyness, introversion, aloofness, serious about their art, mastery in art forms, technical talents, skilled at strategy games

    The 5th House:

    The 5th house in astrology is the house of entertainment and pleasure. It corresponds to the sign of Leo and its ruler, the sun. This house governs the realm of the arts, gambling, leisure, pastimes, children and romance. In this house, we can discern the nature of what it is we like to do for fun. Sporting events, hunting, shopping and video games are just a few examples of things encompassed by the 5th house. Having Mars in the 5th house for example, can indicate someone who enjoys competitive activities that involve an element of risk and danger. They may have a youthful energy and passion for doing exciting things. In romance, they may take pleasure in surprising their loved ones with gifts and acting on their spur-of-the moment impulses. 

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences.. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 5th House Natal:

    Those who have Saturn in the 5th house of their natal chart may have suffered emotional wounds in a prior life that carries over into this one. As a result, they may struggle with shyness and subconscious fears that prevent them from having fun and enjoying themselves more. Saturn in the 5th house can manifest blockages in their emotional expression, making them appear stoic and aloof. The sensitivity and warm-heartedness that lies just beneath the surface may be obscured from the view of others. As a result, the Saturn in the 5th house person may appear very introverted or joyless. They can struggle with intimacy issues and may have a problem with overthinking instead of just being in the moment and enjoying themselves.

    In house 5, Saturn confers a lack of tolerance for risk and frivolous activities. They may regard a lot of the activities that others engage in as foolish and a waste of time. They themselves may prefer reading and other quiet, solitary forms of entertainment. Furthermore, Saturn in the 5th house may bestow a fondness for strategy games like chess and various puzzles. It takes more effort on their part to open up and allow themselves to be spontaneous and free. Their self expression may be encumbered by a persisting fear of being judged or made fun of. Being detached and stoic provides them a sense of security and protection from that. Whatever artform or enjoyable activity they do find, they have the capacity to develop mastery within.

    They approach competition with seriousness and acute awareness of what’s at stake and what they stand to lose. When they play, they play to win and when they lose, they can be pretty sore about it. For this reason, learning about strategy, techniques and maneuvers is very appealing to them. They like to hedge their bets and tend to err on the side of caution whenever they have to take risks. Additionally, people with Saturn in the 5th house are not inclined to engage in casual flings and shallow flirting. They are more interested in finding something more stable and meaningful. Because of their inhibitions, they can find it difficult to engage in light-hearted flirtation. They have a tendency to be either too attached or too aloof and difficult to get to know.

    Saturn in the 5th House Transit:

    A 5th house transit by Saturn will last about 2.5 years and so for this period, there may be a decreased interest or decreased amount of time available for fun and games. Additionally, this may not be a fortuitous time to take risks or push your luck. Gambling and reckless activities will likely come back to burn you. At this time, you may opt to engage in quieter and solitary activities that you enjoy. Crowded venues and parties may be something that you tend to avoid now in favor of reading books or staying in and watching movies. Your romantic feelings may be inhibited and your self expression may be obstructed by subconscious fears and insecurities. At the same time, you might feel pressure from others to be more outgoing and to not be such a bore.

    The appetite for thrills and excitement will be very low and be of little importance while Saturn transits the 5th house. However, challenging games that involve calculated risk may be of greater interest. You become drawn to activities that can test your skill and ability to out-plan and out-strategize others. You can develop mastery in the things that amuse and stimulate you mentally. Furthermore, you may manifest a perfectionist attitude about getting better as a creator and artist. There may be a stronger interest in the technical aspects of your craft and developing better efficiency in your utilization of tools and instruments. With regards to children, you may not be very affectionate but you display your love through the protection and guidance you provide. You can be an excellent teacher and role model for youths.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 5th House in Aries – Saturn in the 5th house in Aries is a placement that can manifest a lack of patience with children and as parents, may be lacking in their ability to tend to their emotional needs. However, teaching may be a constructive role for this placement with regards to children. On the romantic front, this placement can cultivate some repression and difficulty surrounding intimacy that may be further exacerbated by controlling tendencies and subconscious drives for power.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Taurus – A 5th house Saturn in Taurus is a placement that manifests among other things, a penchant for instilling important values with regard to managing money and responsible ownership. People with this placement are patient with children and try to rear them in such a way so that they will always be able to take care of themselves. People with this placement can sometimes forget to have fun as they are often worried about losing more than they stand to gain. It takes them a bit longer to loosen up and really enjoy themselves especially in matters of romance.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Gemini – Saturn in the 5th house in Gemini is a placement that manifests a tendency to prioritize constructive and mentally enriching activities over those that are more frivolous in nature. When it comes to romance, these individuals may seek out partners who can teach them something and entertain them intellectually. Furthermore, people with this placement may find pleasure in things that many others would consider boring. As teachers, they try to make learning fun and engaging.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Cancer – Saturn in the 5th house in Cancer fosters difficulty letting down one’s guard for fear of rejection or humiliation especially in the realm of romance. They can forget to have fun as they are often cognizant and concerned about all the ways in which things can go wrong. They love children but can be stern in the way they parent them. Children can feel a bit sheltered and deprived of the amount of fun and freedom they’d like to enjoy. 

    Saturn in the 5th House in Leo – With Saturn in the 5th house in Leo, fun and games have their place and time for it is scheduled out accordingly. Romance is inhibited in part due to fear of rejection and unrequited affection. To some extent affections are withheld until more certainty is attained. These individuals exercise more caution and hedge their bets before engaging in romance and will likely do so because of the negative experiences from their past.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Virgo – With Saturn in the 5th house in Virgo, there may be a penchant for being a Debbie-downer or someone with a tendency to overanalyze and take the fun out of many activities. As parents they can be overprotective and keep their children on a tight leash. They are likely to favor allowing their kids to attend summer camps, cub scouts and team sports as a way for them to have fun while building fundamental skills within a controlled environment. When it comes to romance, they can be especially picky and easily find flaws in people. 

    Saturn in the 5th House in Libra – With Saturn in the 5th house in Libra, there will be an appreciation for romance and pleasure that will be indulged in a balanced and moderate fashion. When it comes to children, people with this placement aim to orchestrate and oversee constructive forms of recreation for their offspring. They may show a special interest in instilling good sportsmanship and etiquette in the realm of competition and romance. They tend to enjoy organizing events that mark important occasions.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Scorpio – With Saturn in the 5th house in Scorpio, there will be a preoccupation with physical intimacy that may be somewhat inhibited and repressed despite its intensity. Affections may be withheld or expressed in limited and controlling ways. There may be a tendency toward jealousy and vindictiveness. Has the capacity to love greatly or be ruthlessly bitter.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Sagittarius – With Saturn in the 5th house in Sagittarius, learning is a pleasure that also serves their personal goals and objectives. Reality is analyzed through the lens and perspective of a philosopher. It is likely that the type of worldview they espouse will be characterized by the importance of self enrichment and contentment through simplicity and meaningful activity.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Capricorn – With Saturn in the 5th house in Capricorn, there will be an emphasis on work before play. There may be a tendency to skimp out on the latter however that results in what can be summed up in the phrase “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. People with this placement are not likely to be very impulsive and prefer to plan and schedule out their time for fun activities and leisure. However, when they do so, they can be very good at orchestrating the logistical aspects for making an event come together successfully.

    Saturn in the 5th House in Aquarius – With Saturn in the 5th house in Aquarius, there will be a strong emphasis on the self in resistance to outside imposition upon its expression by others especially those of an authoritative nature. Individuals with this placement have a tendency to romanticize the fight against oppression and what they consider to be threats against their freedom and autonomy as individuals. They are inclined to work hard in the service of personal goals and ideals that they hold dear and have fun while doing it. 

    Saturn in the 5th House in Pisces – With Saturn in the 5th house in Pisces, Saturn will have a weakened influence. People with this placement will have a penchant for excessive worry and vague fears stemming from their subconscious. There may be an issue with over identifying with the pain of others and becoming stressed by it. Their struggle is to learn how to detach themselves emotionally when necessary so as to not overreact and take things too personally.

    Saturn in the 5th House Celebrities

    • Shakira (February 2, 1977) – Saturn in the 3rd House Aries Rising
    • Bill Gates (October 28, 1955) – Saturn in the 3rd House Cancer Rising
    • Heath Ledger (April 4, 1979) – Saturn in the 3rd House Aries Rising
    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (January 27, 1756) – Saturn in the 3rd House Virgo Rising
    • Chris Brown (May 5, 1989) – Saturn in the 3rd House Leo Rising
    • Bruce Lee (November 27, 1940) – Saturn in the 3rd House Sagittarius Rising
    • Jim Morrison (December 8, 1943) – Saturn in the 3rd House Aquarius Rising
    • Alain Delon (November 8, 1935) – Saturn in the 3rd House Libra Rising
    • Mel Gibson (January 3, 1956) – Saturn in the 3rd House Cancer Rising
    • Isaac Newton (January 4, 1643) – Saturn in the 3rd House Libra Rising
    • Blake Lively (August 25, 1987) – Saturn in the 3rd House Leo Rising

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    Saturn in the 6th House: What Does It Mean?

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    Saturn in House Six

    Saturn in the 6th House Overview:

    Saturn in the 6th house is a placement that can teach us to work hard and to develop our self reliance and ability to work independently. On the other hand, it reveals that the realm of work and everyday tasks pose an area of difficulty for individuals with this placement. With Saturn in the 6th house, relations with coworkers and employees can be strained by irritability and demandingness. Lateness, negligence, lack of self discipline are some of the things and ways in which such individuals may sabotage themselves. The good news is that through applied effort and determination, these weaknesses can become strengths and areas of expertise and proficiency learned through life experience.

    In house 6, Saturn can teach us through karma and consequences, why we should take our responsibilities seriously and why we shouldn’t rely on others to help us all the time. This placement urges us to develop our competence and ability to perform well in our own capacity. Through self determination, discipline and practice, we can develop great work ethic and workmanship that can earn us respect in both the eyes of others and ourselves. Saturn in the 6th house promotes the idea of taking pride in your work but it can also bring about a degree of egotism and taking one’s job and responsibilities too seriously. Here is a look at Saturn in the 6th house in both the natal chart and as a transit. 

    Saturn in the 6th House key Traits: difficulties in the workplace, challenging work and work conditions, either lazy or very hard working, serious about their craft, reserved, cautious and patient, persistent and strong willed, very particular about how they want things done, worries about health, nagging and critical of other’s work or other’s interference in their work.

    The 6th House:

    The 6th house in astrology is the house of work and chores. It corresponds with the sign of Virgo and its rulers Mercury/Saturn. This house governs the realm of everyday living and the tasks we perform on a routine basis. Additionally, it concerns our work life, our health and self care, our hobbies and our pets. Acts of service are also highlighted here and the nature of how we take care of ourselves and other people especially those who depend on us like elderly family members and pets. The 6th house can indicate how conscientious and helpful we are and the ways in which we are so to others. The 6th house also covers our dietary habits and illnesses. It represents our methodology and craftsmanship and the way in which we handle our responsibilities and obligations. 

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences.. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 6th House Natal:

    With Saturn in the 6th house of the birth chart, it is suggested that there is negative karma carried over from the prior life where the individual may have suffered a lack of steady employment or suffered health problems that limited their ability to work. In this life, the individual has an opportunity to transcend this if they are willing to learn from and embrace the hard lessons that Saturn brings in the realm of work, errands and health. People with this placement in their birth charts may face challenges created by either not working hard enough or working too hard. Such persons may display a willingness to take on tasks that others would find too arduous and unappealing. Employers may often give them more work than they ought to bear because they know the Saturn in the 6th house person will do whatever it takes to get things done.

    They themselves can be harsh and hypercritical of other people they perceive as lazy and time-wasting. They can be resentful of others who sit on their laurels while they are busy with their nose to the grindstone. With Saturn in house 6, there may be a need to learn to take it easy and not push yourself to the brink of exhaustion and to not be so judgemental of what others are or aren’t doing especially in comparison to yourself. Furthermore, Saturn in the 6th house can potentially bring about health problems that are directly or indirectly caused by work stress. Indirect problems may include the development of unhealthy habits like smoking or drinking that help take the edge off after a stressful day at work. Such coping mechanisms can become a crutch and create a vicious cycle that eventually can undermine the ability to perform well in your job and also handle personal responsibilities.

    Saturn in the 6th House Transit:

    Saturn transits last for about 2.5 years in each sign and house and so they can constitute a significant period in our lives. In each house and each sign it passes through, Saturn will serve to repress us psychologically and existentially. In the 6th house, Saturn urges us to be a better or more reliable worker and to take on the yoke of our responsibilities and bear our burdens noblely. It is a time to grow in our craft and performance but it can also bring about a time of increased tension and conflict within the workplace. We may also experience a string of negative and unfortunate circumstances surrounding our work. Such events may also precipitate a need to shift into survival mode and tighten up our skills and abilities, perhaps for the purpose of finding a new job or staying a float during hard economic times. 

    Our health may become a focus and we may be motivated to take better control over what we eat and the general quality of our lifestyle. At this time, fear and anxiety related to our mortality and longevity can drive us to form healthier habits and routines that promote better wellbeing. Work stress and problems in and around our professions can become an ever present problem. It can seem that there are a number of obstacles and hurdles standing in your way. We may find that our personal resolve and determination may be tested when it comes to work ethic and skill development. Saturn will urge you to develop greater self reliance and capacity to get things done to a higher standard. Hopefully with the expectation that it will earn you greater recognition and credit you deserve, but it possibly may not. 

    Saturn in the 6th House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 6th House in Aries – Saturn in the 6th house in Aries is a placement that can foster more powers of concentration directed towards the completion of tasks and projects. Aries energy can normally burn itself out or lose interest well before everything is done. People with this placement have a strong but persistent work ethic and a positive attitude with regard to what they are capable of handling and their ability to get things done well. 

    Saturn in the 6th House in Taurus – With Saturn in the 6th house in Taurus, there is a strong and stable quality to the way they work. They are systematic and pace themselves as needed and are very dependable. These individuals are likely to be favored by their employers and as bosses, they are bound to be stern yet fair and reasonable. With their strong work ethic they seek to be worth their salt and show themselves to be highly competent in their performance. Additionally, people with this placement often bring good taste and elegance to their work environment..

    Saturn in the 6th House in Gemini – Saturn in the 6th house in Gemini is a placement that brings about a deeper intellectual mind and methodical nature with regards to work and performance of duties. Such individuals may be well suited as teachers and trainers able to communicate effectively the nuances and technical aspects of procedures and techniques. People with this placement may have pulmonary sensitivity and should avoid bad habits that especially affect the lungs such as smoking.

    Saturn in the 6th House in Cancer – With Saturn in the 6th house in Cancer, a certain hardness or toughness will likely be developed to compensate for fears relating to their ability to perform especially in the work environment. At work, they may be shy and difficult to get to know personally. Coworkers and colleagues will be generally kept at a distance although treated kindly and with a good deal of conscientiousness. They tend to form habits both good and bad that can make them quite predictable.

    Saturn in the 6th House in Leo – Saturn in the 6th house in Leo is a placement that brings about a strong ego driven work ethic. People with this placement take pride in their skills and abilities. They can be very efficient and somewhat of a showoff. They would fancy themselves the star employees of their workplace. Being under recognized or underappreciated for the amazing work they do would be disheartening and unacceptable to them. In such a case, their sense of pride would compel them to quit and take their talents elsewhere.

    Saturn in the 6th House in Virgo – With Saturn in the 6th house in Virgo, there will be a strong focus on duty and responsibility. Such a person may display great modesty and discipline in how they go about performing their jobs and duties. Additionally, they may be perfectionistic with an eye for details that ensure their work is always good quality and a positive reflection of themselves. People with this placement are driven to serve and strive not to let down those who depend on them. 

    Saturn in the 6th House in Libra – Saturn in the 6th house in Libra may foster a penchant for politeness and decorum in the workplace. They are personable in a slightly detached and glib way. They understand how to get along well in a team environment when needed but may function even better as a team leader or manager. With this placement, there is greater concern and consideration shown for managing interpersonal conflicts and cultivating positive relations and harmony between coworkers and colleagues.

    Saturn in the 6th House in Scorpio – Saturn in the 6th house in Scorpio is a placement that fosters a very shrewd but diligent worker. The workmanship and skill they display is likely to be impressive but they may exhibit some overbearing and controlling tendencies that affect relations with coworkers. Furthermore, communication may be lacking and others may feel they are not enough of a team player at times. People with this placement can be stubborn in the way they work. They may often opt to do things the hard way as a means of shoring up their weak points. 

    Saturn in the 6th House in Sagittarius – With Saturn in the 6th house in Sagittarius, work that provides an element of travel and diversity of tasks and roles are likely to be of greatest interest to them. There is a sense of wanting to accomplish a lot while having limited time to do so. They work hard and display a scientific mind and frankness that can sometimes be insensitive or inconsiderate of how other people might feel. 

    Saturn in the 6th House in Capricorn – With Saturn in the 6th house in Capricorn, there will be clarity and efficiency in the approach to work along with a pronounced ambition to move up the ladder. People with this placement perform well and are motivated by the reward of status and prestige. On the down side, loneliness and isolation can come along with their tireless work ethic. Incorporating a spirit of selflessness and service to others, can bridge the gap in their connection with others especially coworkers. 

    Saturn in the 6th House in Aquarius – Saturn in the 6th house in Aquarius is a placement that engenders a very charitable desire to do work in and around their community. They are interested in being a part of projects that are of social significance and have an element of humanitarianism. They show great competence and self reliance in the way they perform their jobs while at the same time, they take pleasure in helping and supporting others as part of a team dynamic.

    Saturn in the 6th House in Pisces – Saturn in the 6th house in Pisces is a placement that fosters a tendency to sweat the small stuff with regards to work. Unrealistic attitudes about work and their abilities may be worsened by Saturnine fears and anxieties. These individuals display compassion and tolerance towards others but may be harder on themselves. They may need to avoid getting too wrapped up in other people’s troubles and avoid letting their sensitivity and emotional nature interfere with their ability to perform.

    Saturn in the 6th House Celebrities

    • Lady Gaga (March 28, 1986) – Saturn in the 6th House Gemini Rising
    • Keanu Reeves (September 2, 1964) – Saturn in the 6th House Virgo Rising
    • Nicole Kidman (June 20, 1967) – Saturn in the 6th House Scorpio Rising
    • Jennifer Aniston (February 11, 1969) – Saturn in the 6th House Libra Rising
    • Amy Winehouse (September 14, 1983) – Saturn in the 6th House Gemini Rising
    • Adele (singer) (May 5, 1988) – Saturn in the 6th House Cancer Rising
    • Demi Lovato (August 20, 1992) – Saturn in the 6th House Leo Rising
    • Lindsay Lohan (July 2, 1986) – Saturn in the 6th House Gemini Rising
    • Alyssa Milano (December 19, 1972) – Saturn in the 6th House Sagittarius Rising
    • Orlando Bloom (January 13, 1977) – Saturn in the 6th House Aquarius Rising
    • Aishwarya Rai (November 1, 1973) – Saturn in the 6th House Capricorn Rising
    • Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942) – Saturn in the 6th House Sagittarius Rising
    • François Hollande (August 12, 1954) – Saturn in the 6th House Gemini Rising
    • Kourtney Kardashian (April 18, 1979) – Saturn in the 6th House Pisces Rising

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    Saturn in the 7th House: What Does It Mean?

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    Saturn in House Seven

    Saturn in the 7th House Overview:

    Saturn in the 7th house is a placement that can be difficult for relationships as it may denote a certain amount of detachment and isolation in the way one relates and connects with others. Such a person may generally prefer to maintain a degree of independence even while in a relationship. Codependent partners may be a problem for them. At the same time, they may also be quite loyal and dependable and show their love through acts of devotion rather than saccharine, gushing displays of affection. 

    The traditional and institutional benefits of marriage may be valuable to them. However, due to pickiness and difficulties in finding and keeping a suitable mate, there may be a resignation and capacity for being content with the single life for extended periods. Saturn in the 7th house of a birth chart indicates that in a past life, the individual abstained from contact with others. The lesson in this life is to learn to cooperate and get along with others by breaking down some of the walls of the ego that prevent intimacy.

    In the 7th house, also known as the house of relationships, Saturn can create challenges and difficulties that interfere with relationships. Selfishness and detachment can drive a wedge between them and their partnerships. People with this placement may end up in early marriages that fail to work out due to immaturity. In other cases, they may marry an older person because subconsciously they are seeking someone to mother them or care for them like a parent. Saturn compels the person to be more of a lone wolf who doesn’t necessarily feel the need to hitch themselves to anyone. Here is a look at Saturn in the 7th house in both the natal chart and as a transit.

    Saturn in the 7th House key Traits: steadfast and loyal to partners, dislikes superficiality, values substance, may seek a mother father figure in their partners, difficulty expressing affection, demanding and hard to please.

    The 7th House:

    The 7th house in astrology is known as the house of relationships. It corresponds to Libra and its ruler Venus. This house represents marriage, partnerships, joint ventures and collaborations. It also includes contracts, lawyers, counselors and also rivals and competitors. This house governs the realm of how we share and negotiate with others for the purpose of mutual benefit. It relates to our need for companionship and strong alliances. This is also the house of the “shadow self” being that it stands opposite the 1st house which represents the individuality and ego conscious self. Planets and aspects formed in this house can indicate how well we are able to manage our long term relationships. The planets that occupy this house can inform us as to what type of qualities desire in a partner and relationship. Additionally, Venus’ placement in the chart can indicate what type of mate we are attracted to.

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences.. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 7th House Natal: 

    Those who have Saturn in the 7th house of their natal chart will likely find it difficult to compromise their sovereignty as an individual for the sake of a truly intimate and immersive union. They may feel blocked in their ability to express affection and emotional vulnerability that is important for the formation of meaningful and lasting bonds. However, in both platonic and romantic partnerships, Saturn in the 7th house can yield an individual who is very loyal and dependable. They take their relationships seriously and are typically not interested in transient and superficial flings. They want to find the right person and can be very selective in their search. Fortunately, they can be very patient and persistent and may be willing to go a long time being alone rather than just settle for something less than acceptable.

    At the same time, people with their Saturn in the 7th house may end up marrying early. This may be in part due to the perception of marriage as a rite passage and token of adulthood. Unfortunately, in many cases, the relationship may not last due to various challenges and lack of experience. Marriages later in life may be more successful after valuable experience and maturity is gained. With Saturn in the 7th house, there may be an attraction to partners who are older or more experienced and successful than they are. They are drawn to people who can teach them something or provide a sense of security in more ways than one. When it comes to contracts and agreements between other people, the Saturn in the 7th house person will make a point of fulfilling their end of the bargain. Relations may be strained however, by issues that go ignored or suppressed due to fear and discomfort.

    Saturn in the 7th House Transit:

    Saturn takes about 30 years to complete its orbit and spends about 2.5 years in each sign. Saturn transits can demark significant periods in one’s life. In the 7th house, Saturn can signify a relationship that is going through a rough patch. The ties and bonds that unite us with another person may be tested during this time. Furthermore, Saturn in the 7th house can reveal insecurities and fears we harbor about our relationships. 

    We may subconsciously project those fears onto our partners and accuse them wrongly of things that are really part of us. Bringing up and addressing problems and difficult issues can be harder at this time. Consequently, there may be a lot of dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs and a lot of tension that lingers beneath the surface. By making an effort to open up more and be more vocal about one’s concerns, can help alleviate some happiness and complications in the relationship.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 7th House in Aries – In the sign of Aries, Saturn in the 7th house placement can engender an individual who is more emboldened to engage in arguments and assert one’s viewpoint at the expense to the harmony in the relationship. In relationships, there is a strong idea of what they want and desire from their partner. When expectations are not met, they can be temperamental and harsh. They have a tendency to take the lead in many ways especially in making important decisions within their relationships. They respect partners who are smart and confident and can stand up to them and keep up with them. 

    Saturn in the 7th House in Taurus – Saturn in the 7th house in Taurus is a placement that can manifest a steady and calm partner. or someone who seeks a partner who embodies these traits. They are in it for the long haul and can be a sturdy pillar of support to the people they join forces with. They treat their contracts and oaths as sacred and display good integrity and principles when it comes to honoring and living up to their obligations to their partners. Loyal and devoted, they can form lasting partnerships that are underscored by reliability and steadfastness.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Gemini – With Saturn in the 7th house in Gemini, there will be a tendency to seek out partnerships with people who have a good head on their shoulders. They prefer romantic connections that are more cerebral than emotional. Relationships will be marked by a spirit of equal partnership and mutual respect. Channels of communication may be somewhat hampered on the emotional level but there may be an adaptability that allows a tendency to forgive and forget most grievances. Nervous energy may result in a lot of petty arguments triggered by stress.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Cancer – With Saturn in the 7th house in Cancer, there will be a stronger need for security in the form of relationships. The individual may need reminders and affirmations of their partner’s loyalty and devotion to them. Although they may feel strongly for their intimate partners, the expression of their affections may be hampered by inhibitions and psychological fears about rejection. They may have a tendency to periodically withdraw emotionally and become cold. They may have a tendency to take a lot of things personally and be sensitive to any signs of rejection.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Leo – Saturn in the 7th house in Leo is a placement that can foster a proud and stalwart partner. They are drawn to partners who have a good heart and zest for life. Egotism and stubbornness can hinder harmony and conciliation in relationships. They render themselves as noble and loyal but can also be controlling and overbearing. They desire recognition for whatever good and value they provide to their partners and can be very unhappy with what they perceive as being taken for granted or underappreciated.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Virgo – Saturn in the 7th house in Virgo indicates a preference for partners who are demonstrative of their care through practical acts of service and concern. These individuals can be very particular and even perfectionistic in their quest to find the one they are willing to settle down with. Relations can be strained by dissatisfaction with things that are not necessarily expressed directly. Fussing and complaining about petty things can also be a problem. High demands and unrealistic expectations can pose a challenge in the manner with which disagreements are handled. They show their love and support by looking after the welfare and practical needs of their partners.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Libra – With Saturn in the 7th house in Libra, there will be a preference for partners who are more agreeable and easy to get along with. The focus will be on maintaining harmony and balance and the reluctance to cause conflict may foster a tendency to avoid speaking up about problems. There may be a certain degree of codependency and glibness in how relations with others are managed. Because they may harbor insecurity about being single, individuals with this placement may get into a number of relationships because they fear being alone.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Scorpio – With Saturn in the 7th house in Scorpio, emotional vulnerability in relationships will be suppressed or inhibited. Individuals with this placement will be drawn to partners who are a bit mysterious with an animal magnetism. Power struggles may exist within their relationships and insecurities may cause them to be more manipulative and controlling in nature. They are intuitive and have the capacity to be sometimes destructive but also a force of healing to their partners in times of hardship and struggle.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Sagittarius – With Saturn in the 7th house in Sagittarius there will be an affinity for partners who can stimulate their mind and indulge their philosophical perspectives. They can be outspoken but sometimes black and white in their thinking. They can sometimes vacillate between recklessness and indecision in managing their relationship. May need to learn better understanding of their partner’s perspective and avoid being overly blunt and insensitive in their opinions and remarks.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Capricorn – Saturn in the 7th house in Capricorn is a placement that manifests a solid and mature mate and someone who seeks much of the same in others. They prefer to take the lead in making decisions and can be an excellent provider and supporter to their loved ones. At the same time, they can be rigid and inflexible when it comes to compromise. They however are willing to work hard to make their relationships work and full of longevity.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Aquarius – Saturn in the 7th house in Aquarius fosters a taste for partners that are unusual and unconventional. They are drawn to quirky people and to them they offer loyalty and stability. Even within their relationships however, Saturn in the 7th house in Aquarius people prefer an element of freedom and openness. Although they can be very loyal, they may be open to unusual arrangements with their partners that could allow for relationships outside of theirs exclusively.

    Saturn in the 7th House in Pisces – With Saturn in the 7th house in Pisces there will be some dissonance between realistic and unrealistic expectations. In relationships they are low maintenance but may harbor sensitivity and fears that they avoid expressing. As partners, they try to be loyal and dependable but can sometimes withdraw and self isolate when they are feeling down or hurt.

    Saturn in the 7th House Celebrities

    • Johnny Depp (June 9, 1963) – Saturn in the 7th House Leo Rising
    • Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967) – Saturn in the 7th House Virgo Rising
    • Selena Gomez (July 9, 1992) – Saturn in the 7th House Leo Rising
    • Emmanuel Macron (December 21, 1977) – Saturn in the 7th House Capricorn Rising
    • Christina Aguilera (December 18, 1980) – Saturn in the 7th House Aquarius Rising
    • Eminem (October 17, 1972) – Saturn in the 7th House Sagittarius Rising
    • David Bowie (January 8, 1947) – Saturn in the 7th House Aquarius Rising
    • Robert Pattinson (May 13, 1986) – Saturn in the 7th House Taurus Rising
    • Ryan Gosling (November 12, 1980) – Saturn in the 7th House Pisces Rising
    • Sophie Marceau (November 17, 1966) – Saturn in the 7th House Virgo Rising
    • Marine Le Pen (August 5, 1968) – Saturn in the 7th House Libra Rising
    • Vanessa Paradis (December 22, 1972) – Saturn in the 7th House Scorpio Rising
    • Emmanuelle Béart (August 14, 1963) – Saturn in the 7th House Leo Rising
    • Bob Marley (February 6, 1945) – Saturn in the 7th House Sagittarius Rising
    • Jude Law (December 29, 1972) – Saturn in the 7th House Sagittarius Rising
    • Bradley Cooper (January 5, 1975) – Saturn in the 7th House Sagittarius Rising
    • Sylvester Stallone (July 6, 1946) – Saturn in the 7th House Sagittarius Rising
    • Michelle Pfeiffer (April 29, 1958) – Saturn in the 7th House Gemini Rising

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    Saturn in the 8th House: What Does It Mean?

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    Saturn in House Eight

    Saturn in the 8th House Overview:

    With Saturn in the 8th house comes restraint and control in the realm of sensual intimacy and seriousness with regard to what and how things are controlled. In the 8th house also known as the house of transformation, Saturn imbues a great deal of shrewdness and a heightened desire for control over their privacy. At the same, it may confer an element of suspiciousness and nosiness in the person who has this in their chart. Furthermore, Saturn in the 8th house may denote a degree in suffering that can make or break an individual. Individuals with this placement may learn to handle crises with competence and self control. Tragedy and suffering that befalls them may serve as catalytic events through which they become more powerful. 

    Transformation through suffering is the theme with Saturn in the 8th house. What doesn’t kill them will make them stronger. In a very evolutionary way, these individuals are able to transform or reinvent themselves for the sake of survival or as a means of coping with difficult situations. Their orientation with reality is very much centered around their capacity to handle pain and come back with a vengeance. They are alchemists of suffering who seek to fortify themselves and drain the weakness from their soul. People with this placement have little qualms about taking control of other people’s assets and among those assets may be the people themselves.

    Saturn in the 8th House key Traits: 

    • Intimacy inhibited
    • takes responsibility for others
    • longevity
    • manages other people’s money well
    • difficulties and complications surrounding inherited money and property

    The 8th House:

    The 8th house is the house of transformation and debt. It corresponds with the sign of Scorpio and its ruler, the former planet Pluto. Like the Cthonic god after which it is named, Pluto is associated with death and the underworld. This, by extension, is part of what the 8th house encompasses. The business of the 8th house pertains to power shifts and changes in our lives that we must grapple with. It has to do with resources that are shared, rented, leased and lent to us. Possessions that we have but do not officially or exclusively own. It is about joint ownership such as that between a husband and wife. It is not about the relationships themselves as covered by the 7th house, but rather the power and resources shared between them. Although it does also cover the sexual aspect of intimate relationships. The 8th house also covers other people’s money, inheritance, debt, alimony and divorce. It deals with how we possess, control and wield power over others.

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences.. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 8th House Natal:

    Within the birth chart, Saturn in the 8th house can indicate a certain amount of repression or restraint in the area of intimacy. When it comes to shared resources, individuals with this placement can be very controlling and take it upon themselves to direct and manage how mutual assets are divided up and parsed out. At the same time, they may exhibit a penchant for doing things on their own and not including or informing others with regard to their handling of certain affairs that are of mutual concern. People with Saturn in the 8th house are very cognizant of their limited time and mortality. They may harbor certain fears about death and losing something valuable to them. Consequently, such people may put effort into toughening themselves so as to become more resilient and hardy and better able to endure and overcome the various threats and hardships that life might throw at them.

    Moreover, longevity is likely among their primary goals. They may embrace a tough lifestyle and regimen as a means of adding years to their life and life to their years. Structure and regular routines give them a sense of security and distract them from the inevitable day of their demise. Additionally, Saturn in the 8th house confers a strong sense of responsibility when handling other people’s valuables. They can make for loyal, diligent guards and security watchmen. They are vigilant and can be very procedural in how they conduct such tasks. People with this placement can be very private and secretive but honest. Their underlying insecurities are heavily masked by both their physical and psychological presentation. They are very insightful and perceptive of other people’s behavior but decoding them can be a much harder task as they are quite good at controlling and manipulating how people perceive them.

    Saturn in the 8th House Transit:

    Saturn’s orbit takes about 30 earth years and it spends roughly 2.5 years in each sign. Because of this, Saturn transits can constitute a significant period in our lives. In each sign and each house that Saturn moves through, its influence will serve to constrict and also bring a good deal of challenges and potential misfortunes. When Saturn transits the 8th house, it can spell bad news but also signal a time for transition and reformation. 

    Mistakes and bad decisions involving or leading to money owed can become an issue. Bankruptcy and divorce as well as tax problems may crop up. On the positive side, Saturn in the 8th house can expose the vulnerabilities and lack of structure in the way we manage our debts and obligations to others. This time can be a learning period where we discover how to better manage resources and assets that don’t belong to us and how to stay out of financial trouble.

    Additionally, we may experience loss or be confronted with our own mortality in a way that should wake us up and motivate us to get our act together. It reminds us about the finitude of our existence and the limited time we have to share with our loved ones. Saturn transiting the 8th house can bring about a renewed resolution and avowal to change for the better. 

    Saturn can also bring about certain blockages that are psychological. When it comes to physical intimacy, individuals may experience performance anxiety. Stress stemming from inherited money and money from joint partnerships  may also arise during a Saturn in 8th house transit.

    Saturn in the 8th House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 8th House in Aries – With Saturn in the 8th house in the sign of Aries, such a person may have a ruthless sense of justice and may even have the urge to engage in forms of vigilantism. This kind of configuration is befitting of an executioner, mercenary, bounty hunter,  repo man or hit man. Someone crazy enough to involve themselves in crime and punishment and dangerous matters involving life or death, lust and debt collection. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Taurus – Saturn in the 8th house in Taurus is a placement that can foster someone who is well suited for managing other people’s money. At the same time, they may have a no-nonsense attitude when it comes to their own finances. They keep track of their money and they don’t play games when it comes to getting paid what they are owed. If Saturn is afflicted, or badly aspected by the Sun, this can also manifest a general sense of self entitlement that is toxic.

    Saturn in the 8th House in Gemini – Saturn in the 8th house in Gemini is a placement that can bring about a person who can be very shrewd and clever as a fox when it comes to gaming people out of their money or avoiding having their money taken. Such a person can develop a lot of knowledge and understanding about how to take advantage of tax loopholes or how to insure themselves against fraud. They may be very smart about protecting their resources and assets from falling into the clutches of others due to contractual stipulations and bonds. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Cancer – Saturn in the 8th house in the sign of Cancer is a placement that can foster a strong concern with money and the threat of debt to their security. Additionally, such a person may be reliant upon funding coming from an authority figure or institution perhaps relating to a pension or payout connected with a settlement of some sort. In other cases, this can indicate a person who may also be receiving funding from the parent especially the father. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Leo – With Saturn in the 8th house in the sign of Leo, this placement may bring about a personality that has a penchant for spending money on nice things but tries to stay responsible and within budget. The importance of financial responsibility may be a lesson they have to learn the hard way. They may have a tendency for using credit or taking out bank loans. Even if they come from an impecunious background, it is likely they can attract a well-to-do partner and acquire wealth through marriage. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Virgo – With Saturn in the 8th house in Virgo, such a person will likely display a hawkish attention to details regarding money in and money out. They are very careful and diligent about paying off credit cards and bills in a timely manner. They are apt to maintain an excellent credit score throughout most of their life. Additionally, such a person may be often trusted by their bosses and authority figures to oversee and manage funds on their behalf or that of an organization. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Libra – With Saturn in the 8th house in Libra, such a person may possess a vested interest in the arbitration of disputes using psychology and analytics. This person may be adept at brokering deals and settlements that are fair and just. They themselves may find themselves in battles with their spouses and may go through a number of marriages before they can settle down long term. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Scorpio – Saturn in house in Scorpio is a placement that can foster a very intense attitude about controlling things that don’t necessarily belong to them such as people. They are loyal but can be very possessive. At the same time, they can be very protective and defensive of what is theirs apart from their partners. They can be very secretive and engage in affairs and side deals without their partners knowledge. The controlling aspects of this configuration make or break a lot of their relationships. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Sagittarius – With Saturn in the 8th house in sagittarius, there is a tension between a desire for structure and order and the desire for adventure. The individual may face significant roadblocks and impediments before success is achieved. Faith and optimism can carry them through and through each crisis and hardship they overcome, wisdom and confidence will be increased. 

    Saturn in the 8th House in Capricorn – With Saturn in house 8 in Capricorn, the individual is inclined to be very judicious and reliable. Their word is their bond and they make a point of following through on their promises and paying their dues and debts to others. Such a person is also inclined to show a lot of maturity in how they deal with crisis and conflict. They are no nonsense characters and possess good leadership and a willingness to take control into their own hands.

    Saturn in the 8th House in Aquarius – Saturn in the 8th house in Aquarius is a configuration that yields a sense of humanitarianism that is informed by the instinct for preservation and conservation. Such a person may be mindful not to waste resources and have gratitude for what they have compared to those less fortunate. Their ideals are constrained by pragmatism and they don’t get carried away with lofty social ambitions. They focus on the simple and direct ways to make the world a better place.

    Saturn in the 8th House in Pisces – Saturn in the 8th house in Pisces is a placement that manifests someone who has an imaginative eye for structure and design elements. They have the mind of an engineer able to envision how things fit together in creative and effective ways. They have a knack for repurposing and transforming one contraption into something entirely different. Such a person may employ a lot of technique and systems in their creative processes.

    Saturn in the 8th House Celebrities

    • Martin Luther King (January 15, 1929) – Saturn in the 8th House Taurus Rising
    • Jay-Z (December 4, 1969) – Saturn in the 8th House Virgo Rising
    • Kristen Stewart (April 9, 1990) – Saturn in the 8th House Gemini Rising
    • Valérie Trierweiler (February 16, 1965) – Saturn in the 8th House Leo Rising
    • Renée Zellweger (April 25, 1969) – Saturn in the 8th House Virgo Rising
    • Robert Downey Jr. (April 4, 1965) – Saturn in the 8th House Leo Rising
    • Khloe Kardashian (June 27, 1984) – Saturn in the 8th House Aquarius Rising
    • Sigmund Freud (May 6, 1856) – Saturn in the 8th House Scorpio Rising
    • Jean-Marie Le Pen (June 20, 1928) – Saturn in the 8th House Taurus Rising
    • Michael Jordan (February 17, 1963) – Saturn in the 8th House Taurus Rising
    • Abbé Pierre (August 5, 1912) – Saturn in the 8th House Libra Rising
    • Gérard Depardieu (December 27, 1948) – Saturn in the 8th House Sagittarius Rising
    • Henry Cavill (May 5, 1983) – Saturn in the 8th House Aquarius Rising
    • Salvador Dalí (May 11, 1904) – Saturn in the 8th House Cancer Rising
    • George Harrison (February 25, 1943) – Saturn in the 8th House Scorpio Rising
    • Nolwenn Leroy (September 28, 1982) – Saturn in the 8th House Capricorn Rising
    • Ian Somerhalder (December 8, 1978) – Saturn in the 8th House Aquarius Rising
    • Dwayne Johnson (May 2, 1972) – Saturn in the 8th House Libra Rising

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    Saturn in House Nine

    Saturn in the 9th House Overview:

    Saturn in house 9 is a placement that manifests a strongly developed world view and philosophy from early on. Individuals with this placement seek to make sense of the world and consequently are inclined to either find it through existing religious and ideological structures or formulate ideologies of their own. It can engender dogmatism and strong devotion to whatever beliefs and principles they regard as important. Furthermore, this placement may foster a very empiricist worldview that is not content to accept beliefs based on faith alone. Their beliefs are predicated on proof or at least what they believe qualifies as proof. 

    Saturn in the 9th house may foster a scientific curiosity about the world and a desire to acquire wisdom through its study. Theology and world history may be of particular interest to people with this placement. They are driven to understand the universe and to find meaning in their existence. They have intellectual acumen and self discipline that can serve them well in academic pursuits. Additionally, people with Saturn in the 9th house may do very well as professors and teachers within the realm of higher education. Here is a look at Saturn in the 9th house and how it affects you as part of your birth chart and as a transit.

    Saturn in the 9th House key Traits:

    • deeply contemplative
    • studious and intellectually curious
    • serious philosophical questions
    • appreciates wisdom and old people
    • strong principles
    • obstacles and difficulties surrounding higher education

    The 9th House:

    The 9th house in astrology is the house of higher learning and long journeys. It corresponds with the sign of sagittarius and its planetary ruler, Jupiter, The 9th house governs our mental expansion through education of a higher order. It encompasses exploration of the world and the quest for knowledge and truth. It represents universities, colleges, observatories, laboratories, churches, libraries and other places of study. It covers both secular wisdom and religious wisdom. Additionally, the 9th house is associated with philosophy and morality. The ethics that we live by and the ethics society imposes upon us. Tourism and broader networks of communication beyond the more local scope of the 3rd house are also highlighted here.

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences.. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 9th House Natal:

    Individuals who have Saturn in the 9th house of their birth chart, are serious when it comes to their beliefs and worldviews. They see things in a very particular way and thus can develop very strong perspectives about the nature of reality and our existence. They are effective teachers able to simplify broad and abstract concepts into forms that are easier to digest. They are able to deep dive into subjects with a level of detail that is intricate and well thought out. Acquiring more knowledge and understanding about the world provides a greater sense of control and security. They are not comfortable with ignorance and seek to fill in the gaps and missing pieces of information.

    Moral chaos is an anathema for which only sound philosophical principles can dispel. Those who have natal Saturn in the 9th house rely on structure and solid foundations of truth to guide them in their quest for understanding. They have a strong sense of direction and purpose even if they cannot quite articulate what that is. They simply want to move forward but with some measure of prudence and planning. They do not plow ahead with devil may care attitudes. Any significant undertaking they embark on will be approached with much preparation and seriousness. 

    Academically, people with this placement can excel through hard work despite the challenges they may face. It can be an uphill battle for them, but their mental toughness, persistence and self discipline can carry them far. Much of their sense of identity will be tied up with their academic experiences. They are likely to fashion themselves as intellectuals and deep thinkers. They are not superficial although they can sometimes be guilty of overly reductive black-and-white thinking. Once they make up their mind, it can be very difficult to sway or coax them into changing their perspective.

    Additionally, people with Saturn in the 9th house are bound to attain some level of prestige or authority in the realm of academia, science, politics or religion. They can display intellectual leadership and build themselves up to become a noteworthy and very respected figure in their field. They can be obsessive and overextend themselves in their pursuit of perfection and also suffer depression because of it. People with this placement may also be driven to develop durability both physically and mentally that allow them to survive or thrive on their own in any environment and with minimal material resources.

    Saturn in the 9th House Transit:

    Saturn transits last for roughly 2.5 years in each sign and so their effects can mark significant periods in our lives. In each sign and each house it passes through, Saturn will bring restriction and concentration. Saturn will force you to exercise caution or pay dearly for your imprudence. In the 9th house, the house of higher learning, Saturn encourages us to concentrate our energies and focus on the bigger picture and the pursuit of universal truths. When Saturn transits the 9th house, we may be motivated to ignore trivial and meaningless distractions and instead devote ourselves to a higher purpose and to broaden our horizons. This may be a time where it feels right to embark on a journey for self enlightenment and exploration that leads to growth and maturity. This may manifest an interest in enrolling in college courses or going on an educational world tour. 

    The purpose of this may be very personal and undertaken for themselves and by themselves. This transit can bring to the surface certain fears and anxieties that you may now want to confront and overcome. It may be that you have felt inadequate or lacking in the amount of lived experience you have under your belt and now, you want to do something about that. You become aware of the ways in which you have limited yourself spiritually and intellectually. At this time, it may feel like an opportune chance to expand your mind and release some of the negative and closed-minded thinking that has held you back in your growth and maturity as a person.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 9th House in Aries – With Saturn in the 9th house in Aries, there is a mental brightness and alacrity that starts out naive and overconfident, but eventually is tempered by the grounding reality of Saturn. This person has a lot of faith in their abilities but Saturn helps them focus their intellectual passion in order to complete tasks and meet deadlines. Saturn may also present a number of hurdles in their path that may force the individual to learn the virtues of patience and persistence. 

    Saturn in the 9th House in Taurus – Saturn in the 9th house in Taurus is a configuration that highlights an affinity for the iconography and objects associated with foreign cultures and religion. Such a person may have an appreciation for religious art and perhaps art history or archaeology. The virtues of hard work and labor resonate with this person and they may be especially concerned with the paying of tithes and the funding of churches and institutions of higher education. 

    Saturn in the 9th House in Gemini – With Saturn in the 9th house in Gemini, there is a strong intellectual interest in things like philosophy and theology. Such a person may enjoy reading and studying ideas about metaphysics and personal growth. They may actively seek after wisdom and advice that helps orient them in the right path and direction through life. Furthermore, this person may have a persisting desire to branch out and interact with people and environments outside of their normal bubble. Although they value simplicity, regularity and structure, they also want to do so on a broader scale.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Cancer – With Saturn in the 9th house in Cancer, the desire to explore and expand may be hampered by the desire for security and comfort. Such a person may instead prefer to explore the world mentally through books and documentaries. They may have a particular interest in scouring historical records in order to connect dots and understand the present world we live in. People with this configuration may be specially interested in learning the anthropological origins of the human species and the development of civilizations across the globe.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Leo – Saturn in house 9 in Leo is a placement that can manifest a magnanimous and broad minded individual who is also constrained and orderly. Such a person may enjoy teaching and may do so in a dramatic and compelling manner. They must learn when to tone it down and when to turn it up because they can easily get carried away and be a drama queen or king. Saturn places limitations on them in their path to enlightenment and consequently, they may have to learn moderation and restraint before they achieve the abundance they desire. 

    Saturn in the 9th House in Virgo – With Saturn in the 9th house in Virgo, the individual relationship with religion and philosophy is very specific and analytical. These persons can be more cynical than optimistic but they are loyal and devoted to whatever they believe. Their standard of ethics is high and they may be hard on themselves when they fall short. When they travel, they observe and scrutinize everything and can be hard critics to please.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Libra – With Saturn in the 9th house in Libra, there is bound to be a very good sense of judgement and balance. Such a person is not inclined to rush to judgment without considering the broader context and mitigating circumstances. They champion the principles of fairness, equity and politeness. Interpersonal harmony and social structure are important to their desire for higher meaning, peace and cohesion in the world.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Scorpio – Saturn in the 9th house in Scorpio is a placement that brings about a seriousness and toughness that others are not tempted to challenge. They may have some degree of repression and self restraint out of fear and deep seated emotional issues. They strive to make themselves tough and resilient and able to endure all manners of hardship as a test of their personal strength and durability. There is an obsessive element to their self discipline and perseverance. For them, the enduring of pain and overcoming of obstacles is essential to their path to enlightenment. 

    Saturn in the 9th House in Sagittarius – Saturn in the 9th house in Sagittarius is a placement that engenders a person who is a truth seeker and pursuer of higher knowledge. This person is inclined to be something of a philosopher and may even adopt the lifestyle of a stoic or ascetic form of existence. Otherwise, they may simply appreciate the virtues of a life of simplicity, uncluttered by excess material possessions. Such a person may desire to experience and take in much of what the world offers not for the sake of pleasure and thrills but to reflect on its meaning and wisdom.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Capricorn – Saturn in the 9th house in Capricorn is a placement that can manifest a personality that can become authoritative in their knowledge and go far in the realm of scholarship and academics. They are highly studious and hardworking and possess tremendous focus and work ethic. In their formative years, individuals with this placement may seem to mature faster than their peers and display a perspective and sense of responsibility that is well beyond their years.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Aquarius – With Saturn in the 9th house in Aquarius, there is a desire to acquire friends of substance rather than a wide circle of superficial acquaintances. They value close, meaningful relationships that provide utilitary value to them. For this reason, they may be compelled to strike up friendships with people who have connections and resources that are of use to them. Many friendships may be formed at religious services, libraries and academic settings and also in foreign places or with people who are otherwise very different from themselves.

    Saturn in the 9th House in Pisces – With Saturn in the 9th house in Pisces, there will be a strong intuitive element to the way things are learned. They are attracted to the bizarre and inspirational world of chaos but they also fear losing themselves in it. Saturn urges them to differentiate themselves through the creative chaos of Pisces. There is method to their madness and they appreciate the importance of keeping their feet on the ground even while their head is in the clouds.

    Saturn in the 9th House Celebrities

    • Lady Gaga (March 28, 1986) – Saturn in the 9th House Gemini Rising
    • Heath Ledger (April 4, 1979) – Saturn in the 9th House Aries Rising
    • Emma Watson (April 15, 1990) – Saturn in the 9th House Virgo Rising
    • Mariah Carey (March 27, 1969) – Saturn in the 9th House Taurus Rising
    • Kristen Stewart (April 9, 1990) – Saturn in the 9th House Gemini Rising
    • Céline Dion (March 30, 1968) – Saturn in the 9th House Leo Rising
    • Marlon Brando (April 3, 1924) – Saturn in the 9th House Sagittarius Rising
    • Vincent van Gogh (March 30, 1853) – Saturn in the 9th House Cancer Rising
    • Robert Downey Jr. (April 4, 1965) – Saturn in the 9th House Leo Rising
    • Russell Crowe (April 7, 1964) – Saturn in the 9th House Aquarius Rising
    • Charlie Chaplin (April 16, 1889) – Saturn in the 9th House Scorpio Rising
    • Victoria Beckham (April 17, 1974) – Saturn in the 9th House Cancer Rising

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    Saturn in the 10th House: What Does It Mean?

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    Saturn in the 10th House Overview:

    Saturn in the 10th house is a fortuitous position as Saturn is the natural ruler of this house and the sign of Capricorn. This placement bestows helpful qualities that no doubt aid the individual in the pursuit of career and status. Such a person may possess an unrelenting persistence and an inherent understanding of what it takes to get to where they want to be. Furthermore, Saturn in the 10th house can engender a strong ambition and personal drive to work up the ladder and thrive within established institutions and power structures. 

    Saturn in house 10 fosters a respect for authority and those who wield power. This placement may compel individuals to acquire power and influence of their own and to be in the captain’s chair of whatever enterprise they are a part of. Consequently, such people can get easily drawn into power struggles with other ambitious and strong willed people. Stubbornness and rigidity can be both a blessing and a curse. The strength of focus and uncompromising perseverance can take an individual far but also cultivate a number of enemies in the process. 

    Saturn in the 10th House key Traits: calculating, focused, economical, austere, serious, consistent, hardworking, persevering, industrious, systematic, leadership, competence, patience, professionalism, ruthless, controlling, demanding

    The 10th House:

    The 10th house in astrology represents the area of career and reputation in one’s life. It encompasses our ambitious aim and goal in life and what we are working hard to attain in life on a material level. It also governs the nature of how others perceive us in terms of our public image. The level of professionalism and career drive we possess is also highlighted here. People who are not particularly driven to rise up the ranks or attain status and influence are bound to have a weaker or afflicted 10th house. A lot of planetary energy in the 10th house however, can indicate someone who possesses significant willpower and drive that is directed in the area of their career and achievement.

    The Planet Saturn:

    The planet Saturn in astrology represents limitation, restraint, discipline, hard work, ego development, authority and consequences.. Its influence fosters a desire to conserve resources, pull back and exercise caution. Saturn is regarded as a malefic planet meaning that its presence often carries negative effects on an individual. It can manifest an overly serious demeanor and a tendency to miss out on some of the joy and pleasure of living life. Saturn is also connected with karma, especially negative karma that comes back to bite us when we’ve made stupid or foolish decisions. Furthermore, Saturn engenders a respect and reverence for authority and hierarchical structures. Its focus is to restore order and minimize chaos. Additionally, Saturn is associated with isolation and self reliance. 

    Saturn in the 10th House Natal:

    In the 10th house, Saturn is in its natural home and so all the affairs of this house will be strengthened and fortified. However, Saturn brings with it also a number of not so helpful qualities that can make things challenging within the realm of career. Individuals who have Saturn in the 10th house may also have had challenging relations with the father or authority figures who interfered or obstructed the development and expression of their own sense of authority and self-agency. People with this placement may have always aspired to be in control over their own destiny, particularly within the context of their career and public image. Whether they had a strong fatherly figure or not, they will likely model themselves after people they admire and look up to. Humility is not something they are likely to value but may perhaps employ the semblance of humility if it will serve their ambitious purposes.

    Those who have Saturn in the 10th house are inclined to work hard and may possess an exceptional work ethic. They may have a singularity of mindset that keeps oriented on the path to what they desire, and among the things they desire are respect and prestige. They are comfortable wielding power and control and generally exercise it with fairness and responsibility. At the same time, they may sometimes exhibit something of a Napoleon-complex and overreach in their bid for power and influence. Whatever field they go into, it is likely they can succeed on the strength of their will and dedication. In their journey, they will learn many things the hard way. This in part because of their stubbornness and insistence on having their own way. They are generally willing to pay such prices and even sacrifice much in order to attain the success they desire. 

    Although they may garner the public status they seek after, people with Saturn in the 10th house may often have to overcome significant challenges and obstacles before they do so. It is possible that the father figure or authority figures in their lives may have helped or hindered them depending on how their Saturn is apsected. People with Saturn in the 10th house may have to overcome some karmic deficits in order to reap the rewards of a successful career. Hubris can be their downfall. Life will humble them if their ego gets too big or they try to control more than they should. They may also need to curb the insensitive aspects of their drive and cultivate more empathy and consideration for others wellbeing and feelings. 

    Saturn in the 10th House Transit:

    Saturn has a long 30-year orbit and so its effects will be the same for a large swath of the population. It spends about 2.5 years in each sign and so its transits can mark significant periods in one’s life. Through each house and each sign that Saturn travels through, it will tamp things down or introduce a period of challenges and problems that can slow progress or drive up the stakes. On the other hand, Saturn may also reveal weaknesses and areas on which we can work on and improve in order to become our best selves. It promotes greater concentration, discipline and organization in whatever house it occupies. In the 10th house, a Saturn transit will enhance motivation and focus directed towards the career. Here, achievement and accomplishment become a more serious focus for the individual. 

    During this period, a person could find the resolve to do what is necessary to get what they want out of life or pursue their destiny so to speak. They may gain a lot of ground and make wise decisions that lay the foundations for the success they want to experience now or in the near future. A Saturn in the 10th house transit can also introduce hardships and challenges but also push the individual to make important choices they have otherwise been putting off due to procrastination and indecisiveness. During this Saturn transit, there will be growth in the area of the career and general standing in the world. Greater respect and responsibility may be acquired as well as special lessons about what it takes to persist and overcome professional challenges.

    Saturn in the 10th House in Each Zodiac Sign:

    Saturn in the 10th House in Aries – A 10th house saturn in the sign of Aries will manifest an individual who is motivated and shows courage but also a capacity for taking well calculated risks. In their career, they take great pride in their ability to lead and succeed. They need a career that challenges and stimulates them and they have the capacity to cultivate impressive skill and proficiency in whatever they do.

    Saturn in the 10th House in Taurus – A 10th house Saturn in Taurus will make for an individual whose professional success can likely come in the area of business, investments and banking. These individuals understand the value of time, money and energy and they seek to waste none of it. Professionally, they are likely to cultivate a reputation of being shrewd but reliable. They have an eye for quality and potential that allows them to pick smart investments or make a career out of being an appraiser.

    Saturn in the 10th House in Gemini – A 10th house Saturn in Gemini means that communication will be a significant element in the area of career and reputation. This person will likely leverage people skills to aid them in their career advancement. In whatever career they happen to get into, people with this saturn placement will have a penchant for talking their way to success. They are cerebral and calculating and have an ability to express themselves with precision and clarity. Such a person would likely do well as a school teacher, salesperson or public speaker. 

    Saturn in the 10th House in Cancer – Saturn in house 10 in Cancer is a placement that engenders a penchant for tough love. Such a person has an ability to display sensitivity and compassion while maintaining a professional decorum. Career ambitions are driven by an underlying desire for security and the ability to spend more time with their family. Such a person could potentially thrive in positions such as counseling, human resources, and psychology. They may also be drawn to the hospitality and caretaking professions and also entrepreneurial jobs that can be performed from their home. 

    Saturn in the 10th House in Leo – Saturn in house 10 in Leo is a placement that can foster a desire for a career in the arts but perhaps in a capacity that is more directorial and curative. Such a person may possess a flair for leadership and likely displays a certain amount of heart and warm passion. They present themselves as noble and dignified and they tend to command respect because of their aura of authority. They enjoy playing the role of director and playing a central role in making creative decisions. 

    Saturn in the 10th House in Virgo – Saturn in the 10th house in Virgo is a placement that suggests a person who takes their craft very seriously. They may be perfectionists in their career who push themselves to the brink of exhaustion. A lot of their career drives may be propelled by neuroticism, anxiety and fear of failure. Their attention to detail is likely an asset in whatever career they choose. Such a person will likely be drawn to fields in medicine, beauticians, pet grooming, and hospitality. They may also do well as restaurateurs and entrepreneurs who turn their hobbies into a business. 

    Saturn in the 10th House in Libra – In the sign of Libra, Saturn in the 10th house will manifest an individual who is a class act in whatever career they choose. Such a person could likely rise to success as a tastemaker or social media influencer. They are very professional, friendly and tactful. They are very mindful about other people’s perceptions of them and they are very careful to strike the best impression they can. Their calm, rational and attractive demeanor will likely open a lot of doors of opportunity for them in their career path. 

    Saturn in the 10th House in Scorpio – With Saturn in the 10th house in Scorpio, there is a lot of potential for ascension to executive roles that carry a great deal of power and control. A person with this placement has strong ambitions and the willpower to bring them to fruition. It is likely that they do not like having their authority challenged especially if it took a lot of work and sacrifice to acquire it. This placement can foster a very shrewd and perceptive leader. Such a person could likely do well in high ranking military positions, law enforcement, or executive management.

    Saturn in the 10th House in Sagittarius – Saturn in house 10 in Sagittarius is a placement that suggests career potential as an intellectual author, or university professor. Such a person will likely possess academic rigor that can carry them all the way to the top of their field. Careers with an element of travel or exposure to different cultures will likely appeal as well. People with this placement are likely to plan well for the future and take special interest careers that utilize problem solving skills and philosophical rhetoric.   

    Saturn in the 10th House in Capricorn – A 10th house Saturn is a placement that engenders a strong work ethic and drive for success in whatever career that is chosen. Such a person is well suited for the most respected and authoritative positions society has to offer. This person handles responsibility well and has a strong respect for systems and institutions. They tend to be very systematic and procedural and can be obsessive workaholics. Moreover, they tend to exude an aura of seriousness and competence that others can’t help but respect. Careers in the law, and administration are likely to be well suited for them. They also have the capacity and potential to do well as entrepreneurs who can build a thriving business from the ground up.

    Saturn in the 10th House in Aquarius – Saturn in the 10th house in Aquarius is a placement that is sure to engender an individual who is drawn to careers that are somehow connected with the pulse of society and things that affect and matter to people. This is a placement that can also foster a special interest in careers in technology and STEM fields. There is also a penchant for being scientific and technical about their expertise. At the same time, people with this placement don’t want to feel hostage to their careers. They may develop a reputation for certain eccentricities. 

    Saturn in the 10th House in Pisces – A 10th house Saturn in Pisces is a placement that suggests a person who can thrive in careers that make use of their intuitive mind and imagination. This person has creative ideas and special sense for what will resonate with other people. Saturn keeps their feet on the ground and helps them focus their creative thinking in productive ways that serve them professionally. People with this placement can often come up with interesting and clever business ideas or solve professional problems with creative solutions. 

    Saturn in the 10th house Celebrities

    • Michael Jackson – Saturn in the 10th house Sagittarius
    • Leonardo DiCaprio – Saturn in the 10th house Cancer
    • Adolf Hitler – Saturn in the 10th house Leo
    • Albert Einstein – Saturn in the 10th house Aries
    • Kim Kardashian – Saturn in the 10th house Libra
    • Miley Cyrus – Saturn in the 10th house Aquarius
    • Leonardo da Vinci – Saturn in the 10th house Libra
    • John Fitzgerald Kennedy – Saturn in the 10th house Cancer
    • Oprah Winfrey – Saturn in the 10th house Scorpio
    • Paris Hilton – Saturn in the 10th house Libra

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    Saturn in House Eleven

    Saturn in the 11th house is a placement that indicates shrewdness and caution in the area of friendship and social life. Trust and loyalty is very important here and it is not given out freely. Instead, social activity is conducted with a certain level of detachment and glibness.

    Saturn in the 11th House Overview:

    True intimacy and vulnerability is never really shown except with the trusted few who earn that access. This placement engenders an understanding of social networking and community as mostly a tool that can be used to achieve a common goal or an agenda of one’s own. Because of this, Saturn in the 11th house can be perceived as scheming and manipulative and sometimes display a misuse of power and influence. 

    More often, Saturn in the 11th house indicates a sense of candor and authenticity that is admired by one’s peers. In the 11th house, Saturn brings clarity and seeks to call others out for being dishonest or out of touch with reality. Additionally, people with this placement are bound to be quite trustworthy and honorable friends. Even if they manage to attract a lot of popularity, they are shrewd judges of character who understand that not everyone has their best interests at heart. They maintain a certain detachment and  demeanor that could be described as personable yet professional. Here’s a breakdown of Saturn in the 11th house and its significance in both the natal chart and as a Transit.

    Saturn in the 11th House Key Traits:

    • Honest and to the point
    • Detached around superficial and fake people
    • values loyalty and true friendship
    • may have many acquaintances but few they would call friends
    • has no problem with telling people what to do
    • may have personal ambitions and aspirations that are often blocked or impeded by authority figures.

    The 11th House:

    The 11th house in astrology is the house of friendship, hope and aspirations. It is associated with community, activism and social change. Ruled by the sign of Aquarius and the planet Uranus, This house represents our relation to others on a wider scale than that of the 7th house which pertains to more personal one-on-one relationships. The type of planets that happen to reside in this house and the angles they form will indicate the nature of your social life and how you relate with others. Do you enjoy a large circle of friends, a smaller tight knit group, or almost no friends at all? It can also indicate what type of groups and organizations you are drawn to and would find camaraderie in.

    The Planet Saturn:

    In astrology, Saturn is described as the great teacher. It is counted as one of the personal planets but mostly with regard to how it is aspected with other, faster moving personal planets like Mars and Venus. Saturn has a slow orbit and because it takes around 30 years to complete one trip through all 12 signs, it will take roughly 3 years to pass through a single sign or house. Therefore, its influence can represent a significant period of growth and maturity within whatever house it passes through. 

    Saturn represents grounded reality and its constraints. This contrasts sharply with the unconstrained fantasy world that Neptune indulges. Furthermore, Saturn is the planet of structure, discipline, law and order, rules, fears, authority and suspicion. Saturn represents restriction while Jupiter represents expansion. Saturn is also a malefic planet along with Mars which means these planets can sometimes attract bad luck and misfortune depending on where and how they are placed. 

    Saturn in the 11th House Natal:

    Those who have Saturn in the 11th house of their natal chart are not the types of people who seek after a large circle of friends. Although they may enjoy a certain influence and popularity, they are very selective and discriminating about who they consider a true friend. They instead value the utility of having strong social ties and networks as a means to an end. To serve a goal or purpose that is necessary or important. People with this placement are more likely to prefer a smaller but more trusted selection of friendships and acquaintances. The friendships they do have are likely to be taken very seriously. 

    In the 11th house, Saturn can also engender a certain amount of schmoozing and desire to ingratiate oneself with authority figures and people who have some degree of power and influence. This stems from a practical understanding of the benefits of being in the good graces of powerful people. Establishing useful connections and relationships with such people can be advantageous in helping further their cause or come in handy further down the road. People with Saturn in the 11th house try to make friends with their teachers, mentors, bosses or even the police they encounter. They put more effort into forming alliances with people they perceive as more important and influential than they do with regular people considered as their peers. 

    Individuals with this placement may take interest in social issues but do so in a rather tangential and dispassionate way. Instinctively, they worry about problems of scarcity and waste that affect humanity and the environment. They are likely to support causes related to conservation of energy and resources. When it comes to politics, they despise wasteful spending on programs that are ineffective and do not serve the interests of the communities and organizations they care about. Saturn in the 11th house fosters a long term perspective and a prudent mindset in what they decide to focus on and prioritize. They are interested in building long term success and prosperity for others and would like to be in a pivotal position to direct and guide the work involved in bringing it to fruition.

    Additionally, individuals with this chart placement may harbor fears and worries relating to trust and acceptance by others. They may sometimes cut people out of their lives or alienate people who are no longer useful to them or seem like a liability. People come and go in and out of their lives because many of their ties and relations with others are very conditional. In order to become a mainstay in their world, you must show true loyalty and be an asset to them. Throughout the course of their personality development, people with this Saturn development have dealt with competing desires to be a part of something bigger than themselves while holding onto their sense of individuality. Nevertheless, they are driven in part by a sense of responsibility to others and to do what they think is best for the greater good of humanity.

    Saturn in the 11th House Transit:

    The Saturn in the 11th house transit is one that can be seen as a stage in one’s life where social connections and memberships may be strongly leveraged towards the advancement of your individual aims and aspirations. For the roughly 3 years it will take for Saturn to pass through this house, you may form ties with people who can help and benefit you professionally and other ways. Approval from authority figures may be a primary obstacle or impediment to your goals. During this transit, you may learn to negotiate and deal with people strategically to get what you want. Depending on the aspects that occur with this placement, you may experience pleasant or contentious relations with those who wield power and authority over you. You may have a different vision that is in conflict with that of your colleagues or those who outrank you. 

    You may find greater interest in solving real issues that affect people and perhaps seek to carve out a more defined and valued role to play in the context of whatever group or organization you may belong. Furthermore, your ability to organize people around a common goal is strengthened. You can make great strides in your capacity for coordinating and managing humans effectively. At this time, there will be a focus on bringing more clarity and structure to groups that you find disjointed, directionless and inefficient. On the other hand, you may be subjected to the agenda of authority figures who seek to do much of the same. 

    There may be a newfound motivation to take on additional responsibility as well and to further your personal goals. There is a willingness to do what’s necessary that can verge on ruthlessness. You may feel the need to perhaps take more control in order to affect the changes you want to see. You may need to avoid the temptation to do too much on your own and remember to put trust in the people who are willing and able to help.you. You can accomplish a great deal due to sheer persistence and will power. 

    During this period, your social life may downsize and there may be a significant reduction in the time you spend in unproductive interactions with people. You may desire to interact with only a few of your friends and some people will likely take this personally. The relationship with the father or father-figures of some sort may take on a more friendly tone. Someone in an authoritative, mentorly, or paternal role in your life may be trying to relate with you on your level or treat you like a peer rather than like a subordinate or underling. Although this may seem patronizing, the intent is more likely an attempt to guide and teach you in a non-overbearing or peremptory manner. Of course, this can all depend on what aspects accompany this placement as well as what other planets are presently in range.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Each Sign:

    Saturn in the 11th House in Aries – In the sign of Aries, this placement means you are an energetic and loyal friend who likes to play the leader in your tightly knit posse. You tend to think you know what’s best for everyone and are often eager to prove it with action. You are quick to volunteer and lend your abilities for the aid of others.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Taurus – In the sign of Taurus, this placement brings about a trustworthy friend whose loyalty may be nearly unconditional. People with this placement can be dogmatic in their devotion to a cause or movement but also stubborn in their views. They are reliable, conscientious and can be counted on to play their part as needed.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Gemini – In the sign of Gemini, this Saturn placement engenders a social engineer of sorts. They understand certain realities about how people operate and they use this knowledge to their advantage. Additionally, they are drawn to complex social issues that require intelligent and systematic analysis and discussion to solve.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Cancer – In the sign of Cancer, this placement may manifest as a deep concern for social issues stemming from and affecting the family structure in society. Insuring the security of their family’s future is likely to be a very strong motivation for whatever group or organization they become part of.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Leo – In the sign of Leo, this configuration can bring about an element of leadership that others are drawn to. These individuals can be very passionate and loving friends but they tend to express their affection in less overt ways. They are encouraging and supportive of others and appreciate the importance of rewarding people for their good deeds.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Virgo – In the sign of Virgo, this configuration is likely to manifest as a high degree of orderliness and conscientiousness as well as stress and neuroticism. These individuals may be very friendly and shy but may seem a little uptight. They are very opinionated but super loyal and helpful to their friends and colleagues.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Libra – In the sign of Libra, this placement is bound to bring about a person who takes special interest in preserving harmony and balance among the people they associate with. They can make for excellent counselors, and mediators. They have a natural sense of equity and justice that can be well applied in interpersonal disputes.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Scorpio – In the sign of Scorpio, this Saturn placement can produce an element of strong conviction and belief that infuses the way they deal with people and how seriously they are taken. They can be magnetic and intimidating and exude an aura of power and sexual appeal that is commonly found among cult leaders.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Sagittarius – In the sign of Sagittarius, this Saturn placement takes on a philosophical and intellectual bend with a focus on the structure of society and an interest in collaborating with other enlightened individuals. They may have a knack for political humor.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Capricorn – In the sign of Capricorn, this configuration engenders a strong capacity for leadership and managing people. Both as a friend and leader, these individuals tend to engender trust because of their diligence and hard work. They take the roles they play seriously and aspire to make a meaningful impact through it.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Aquarius – In the sign of Aquarius this placement is bound to engender a truly loyal friend. This person may present themselves as a friend to all people but they likely prefer quality over quantity. Depending on how Saturn is aspected, there may be an aversion to authority or an appreciation of authority as an ally in support of their hopes and aspirations.

    Saturn in the 11th House in Pisces – In the sign of Pisces, this placement may bring about an individual who is very sensitive to the suffering and woes others face in the world. They place importance on using their imagination and creative energy in the service of humane goals. They enjoy fellowship with other socially conscious idealists.

    Saturn in the 11th House Celebrities

    • Donald Trump – Saturn in the 11th house Cancer
    • George Clooney – Saturn in the 11th house Capricorn
    • Sharon Tate – Saturn in the 11th house Gemini
    • Freddie Mercury – Saturn in the 11th house Leo
    • Cameron Diaz – Saturn in the 11th house Gemini
    • Megan Fox – Saturn in the 11th house Sagittarius
    • Natalie Portman – Saturn in 11th house Libra
    • Cristiano Ronaldo – Saturn in the 11th house Scorpio
    • Marion Cotillard – Saturn in the 11th house Leo

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