Planets in Retrograde in July – The first thing to say is “don’t panic!” Retrograde is good! It gives all of us time to reflect and think about what we need to do to secure our future and to overcome any obstacles out there. Whenever we talk about retrograde in...
Today, 1st July 2020, Saturn goes retrograde in Capricorn, the zodiac sign that it rules. In pragmatic astrology, Saturn teaches us about consolidation, about grounding our dreams and visions and applying self discipline. It is all to do with the Establishment,...
Capricorn takes Centre Stage! On Wednesday 20th December, the planet Saturn, enters the zodiac sign Capricorn. Saturn is Capricorn’s ruling planet and it teaches us about consolidation, grounding and self-discipline. With Saturn we learn through painful...
It’s a Week of Retrogrades! Hold on to your horses – take a deep breath and chill! We started the week with Venus in retrograde moving into the sign of Pisces reflecting issues around relationships and money; today, 5th April, Saturn goes into retrograde position in...
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