Please Note – This class has ended. You can purchase a transcript of the workshop here – Saturn in Capricorn – Let’s Get Real!
Saturn will leave Sagittarius for Capricorn on December 20th, 2017. Generally, when Saturn changes signs, he retrogrades back into the previous sign for a time. This eases the transition!
That won’t be the case this time. Once Saturn enters Capricorn, that’s it! Once he hits Capricorn, he’ll be in the sign for the duration of the transit. How’s that for commitment?
Saturn will leave Capricorn for Aquarius at the tail end of 2020, in the same fashion. Once he ingresses into Aquarius, that’s it! There is no blurring retrograde period. He won’t revisit Capricorn until 2047. How’s that for boundaries?
Saturn is associated with Father Time. This makes me think of the ball dropping in Times Square on New Year’s Eve. When that happens, the shift is palpable. Saturn and Capricorn are concerned with planning. This workshop will help you prepare for the arduous time ahead.
I don’t say that to scare you. I say it because I am sure it’s true.
First, we’re talking about Saturn and Capricorn which are associated with delay, hardship and deprivation.
Second, Saturn will conjunct Pluto early in 2020 as part of a large stellium in the sign. This is hard core!
Third, there is a large group of people born with a large stellium in Capricorn between 1990 and 1993. I call them the “Mega-Capricorns”. They will be having their Saturn Return at this time. We’re talking make it or break it. We’re going to see some spectacular rises and falls, that’s for sure.
I also want to mention the previous generation of people with Saturn in Capricorn born roughly between 1959-1962. This will be their second Saturn Return. It’s important for them to reorient themselves at this time. This class will help with that.
Last, anyone who has significant planets in the other cardinal signs (Aries, Cancer or Libra) is sure to be pressured if not downright oppressed as they encounter obstacles and various problems that don’t have easy solutions.
I hate to put it this way, but I mean it quite seriously: There are many out there for whom this course should be compulsory!
As this transit gets closer, you’ll start hearing about “karma” and “chickens coming home to roost”. Karma used to be seen as something you earned, be it good or bad. Currently, the term is often used in a punitive way. If something bad happens to someone you don’t like, you say it’s their karma!
Well let’s just say that YOU, yourself have BAD karma, Guess what? That’s okay! Saturn’s transit through Capricorn will provide you with the opportunity to make it right.
I’ll write an introduction, and then I’ll use charts of volunteers from the the class to go into this transit in depth. We’ll look at how Saturn in Capricorn will impact individuals on a personal level, but we’ll also cover the impact on the whole of society.
Because I was of age during Saturn’s transit through Capricorn, I’ll be able to be able to draw from my personal experience and observations made during that era. This will allow me to offer a mature (Saturn) perspective on this transit which is quite fitting.
Satori will be helping me with this workshop. She’ll write a rundown of Saturn in Capricorn through each of the signs so you can see where you’re at personally, as well as check the status of the people around you.
How much does the workshop cost?
When does the class start? How long does it last?
The class will be five weeks long. October 9th – November 12th. The content will be available for a week beyond that to accommodate anyone who might take vacation during this period.
Where does the class take place?
The class will be held in a private forum on this blog. If you’re not registered in the forum, please sign up here by clicking “Register” on the top right. When you pay for the class, you’ll send me your username. I’ll set up your access and send you an email to confirm.
Can I be anonymous?
Yes. Participation is voluntary and lurkers are welcome. A lot of content is expected, perhaps more than you can read. The official class posts will be isolated and pinned to the top of the board so they’re easy to find.
How do I submit my chart?
Once you have paid for the class, you can email me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please include your birth data and some idea of what you’d like me to focus on. Your copy can be long or short; but it is best if you offer something besides plain birth data as this is what engages people. What are you worried about? What is going on in your life..?
There is no rush to do this because I choose charts intuitively as the class unfolds. This is because at heart I’m a storyteller, and I let the story tell itself through me. Please send all the information in one email. This helps me stay organized.
You can submit another person’s chart in tandem with your own, but if you send me ten charts, you will be diluting something I want to keep focused. So I would avoid that. We’ll want to keep this tight. What are you up against? What questions do you have? What kind of help do you need? If your chart and your story are chosen to be featured in any way, your anonymity will be protected so you’re free to be candid.
How will you pick which charts to feature?
There are no favors owed or favorites in my classes. I choose the charts based strictly on what will be most compelling for the group. My goal is to cover as broad a range as possible on every level. I want to deliver a meaty, satisfying class. I work to make sure that everything I post is engaging and of obvious value.
How many charts will you select?
I will give five charts the major treatment. I also tend to throw up some bonus charts in these sessions, if someone sends something I think the class can benefit from.
Do I have to be somewhere at a certain time?
No, the class is available 24 hours a day. Just sign in to the message board and see what is going on.
Can I post my chart?
Yes. You can post your chart with questions and anything else you want. The forum is a private message board that is not indexed by Google. Once the session ends, the posts are deleted and that’s the end of that. I ask that people stay on topic on the official class posts, but other than that, it’s an open board. Many take advantage of this by posting things they would not post publicly. You are very welcome to do this!
What happens after I pay?
Once I have your payment, you’ll get a mail asking for your screen name. If you don’t have a screen name, I will include simple instructions on how to register. It takes one minute!
If you’re a regular, already registered, you can put your screen name in the “notes” section when you pay. Once I have your screen name, I’ll give you access to the private board. I’ll send you a second email to let you know you’re set up. I usually do this within an hour unless I am asleep or away from the computer.
On the off chance you pay and have not heard from me in ten hours, please email me at email@example.com. I’ll figure out what the problem is.
I’m new. What can I expect once I get to the private forum?
You’ll see a meet and greet thread tacked to the top. You can introduce yourself if you like. It’s not required. Official posts will be up top and numbered. This is to distinguish them but also so those who visit late or infrequently can easily get to the class content, read the posts in order, and enjoy how the story line develops.
Beyond that, you’re likely to see pages of threads people in the session have started, to ask questions or discuss various things. The content is often very personal; because let’s face it, some of us like to talk and we don’t necessarily want to broadcast at large or be recorded by Google. You can visit these threads or ignore them.
I’ve been teaching these classes for almost fifteen years. Without fail, each group has been very positive and supportive.
Thanks, we’ll see you there!