Saturn In Capricorn For Aries – Clash!

I’ve been working with a lot people with planets in Aries lately.   I think this is due to Saturn’s transit through Capricorn as well as all the planets that are retrograde at this time.  Aries speeds things up.  Progress seems retarded at this time and it’s irritating.

I am going though this myself. I don’t have planets in Aries but I do have Mars affected. I’ve had this very serious surgery – my hip joint has been removed from my body. It seems obvious this would slow me down but I’m not really into that.

I can walk around and climb stairs and such, however I have this DEEP (Pluto in Capricorn) ache in my hip area. I found myself acting a fool at my follow-up appointment with my surgeon. I was basically asking him when this horrible ache would go away… and also, when he might do the other hip – how about SOON, and fix this ache too, why don’t ya?

It’s comical.  It’s like I’m a little child, demanding control freak!

I know I am not the only one.  Do you have Aries in your chart. How’s it going with Saturn in Capricorn?

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Saturn In Capricorn For Aries – Clash! — 9 Comments

  1. This has been a very stressful period for me, to say the least. Sun in Aries, Mars in Aries.
    With Saturn in Capricorn,
    plus Mars retro
    plus Mars conjunct the south node for such a long time (due to the retro)
    it takes a lot of self-control (Saturn anyone? ) to get through a single day…
    I’m becoming a bit philosophical about it though: I mean, if the whole universe is saying, “don’t rush” or “go back-review”, well, maybe, just maybe, there’s a reason for that… and something good could come out of it…

    Still tough, though…

    By the way, thanks for considering the effect of Saturn on Aries people. It seems many people think we are superhuman or something… well… we’re not…

    • …and although it’s kind of a heavy word, if I were to use just one word to describe this particular Saturn in Capricorn transit for me, as an Aries person, it would be

      depression.

      Yeah, it’s no joke…

  2. “Aries speeds things up. Progress seems retarded at this time and it’s irritating.”

    Yes! I was fine and dandy until the retrogrades hit. Under pressure, but the flames were still just lickin’ my heels, I like it like that. Now, it’s like I’m being steamrolled while standing immobilized in a pool of knee deep tar. I don’t know what I’m supposed to do right now. I was blasting through my mission and now…what?? Radio silence. What in the actual heck is this time for?!?! Is time moving backwards?! I better have some great creases after being starched and pressed to death by these retrogrades! Lol.

    Red face, stomp, tantrum! 😉

  3. Second Saturn return in Cap at 4′ in the 10th. Depressing emotionally but good for work focus, patience and perseverance. Aries on my 2nd has lowered income and simple things mean more. My eating habits have been on point.

  4. Good to hear the operation went well and you’ll soon be having surgery on the other hip. Good healing wishes, Elsa!

    I have Aries on the cusp of the 5th and 6th houses (placidus), and have jupiter in aries at 26 degrees. Natal jupiter squares my saturn (26 degrees cancer) so when the transiting square to my natal jupiter takes place transiting saturn will be also opposite my natal saturn. Interesting hardships and links around my natal jupiter-saturn square.

    I think it will be a hard time and I’ll try not to overdo things and not to overload myself with too many responsibilities or things (jupiter in aries, in the 6th, squared by saturn – I can take too much on board)

  5. Oldest G-daughter has Aries sun and asc. Its beating her to death. I have tried everything to no avail. I know why, but she is young and of course does not. She’s having a really hard time of it. Husband has an Aries mars and he is taking a beating too. I’ll keep propping them up and pick up the pieces until the TSHTF in my chart then… I don’t know who is going to do it….

  6. I have Aries Ascendant at 11 degrees so the Saturn hasn’t hit it yet. Soon though.
    And if anything, patience is something I’ve been learning the past few years.

  7. Glad to hear that the surgery has helped you! I witnessed my mother recuperating from one of those surgeries and I swore I would never do it to myself, no matter how bad it gets!

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