Saturn/Uranus – A higher order of transits…

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In a previous article – I called the British Election a peculiar Saturn/Uranus affair.  This is because the election is taking place under a Saturn/Uranus opposition AND David Cameron (Conservative) and Gordon Brown (Labour) are both born under hard aspects to Saturn/Uranus. As above so below – there is no escaping it. Enter Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrat) the “King Maker” as he is currently referred to in the UK. Strange how Nick Clegg whose party has just 57 seats – has the ability to make or break the dreams of both the other men.  A look at Nick Clegg’s horoscope shows that he too is born under a hard aspect of Saturn and Uranus. All three men are totally tuned in to the current energy in the collective.  This brings me to the topic of this post: A higher order of transits…

There are transits – and there are higher transits. The first transits are of an individual character. Transit Pluto conjunct my Sun – says nothing about the energy in the collective – though it might say something about my personal experience of it. I loose my job, my status changes, etc. etc. This is all possible under a Pluto transit conjunct the Sun. The higher transits however are more subtle in their expression. In my experience some people born under aspects certainly between the planets from Saturn outwards – respond to collective transits of these planets, even though their own personal chart is not being triggered. The lives of such people can be set almost like a clock- to tick to the rhythm of these planets in the collective. In my lecture at the Astrological Association of Great Britain in Cambridge, UK, last year, I used as one of my examples the great inventor, engineer and architect of Victorian Britain, Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Success came to Brunel -who was  born under the conjunction of Saturn/Uranus aspect – each time the planets in the sky made a major aspect – particularly significant I must add – is the opposition. In the higher order of transits – the opposition is the peak – it is where things come to a head. Most of the musicians whose sound defined the youth of the 1960’s, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, George Harrison, John Lennon etc. etc. – were born under the conjunction of Saturn/Uranus and came to fame during the opposition of the mid 1960’s.  Even Bill Graham – the concert organisor who started venues like the Filmore East – was born under a Saturn/Uranus aspect.

However, not everyone born with such natal aspects in their birth charts, are tuned into the collective patterning of the planetary pair. Quite why this is the case, is a mystery to me, what is clear however, is that some people clearly do respond to collective transits. The only prerequisite for this to occur, is that the planets currently involved in the collective transit, must be in aspect in the birth chart.

Over Liz Hathway

Liz Hathway is a British born astrologer currently based in Amsterdam. Liz studied astrology at the Kosmos in Amsterdam, at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London and with well known horary astrology John Frawley. Liz also holds an MA (with distinction) in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology, from the University of Wales, in Lampeter, and was short-listed for the 2016 Alumni Association MA CAA Dissertation Prize.
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