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Saturn square Uranus - October 2022 Predictions

Elsa
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Saturn will square off with Uranus at 18 degrees for about ten days in October.  Here are details:

https://www.elsaelsa.com/astrology/saturn-square-uranus-details-for-the-rest-of-2022/

I feel this has got to play out in the financial markets, commodities... Taurus stuff. The pressure is coming to a peak.

What do you think we'll see from this square, this month?

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Plutolover
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Definitely financial stuff! My own finances are up in the air like never before, and I don't know where they'll land, and I suspect a lot of people with Fixed placements are in the same position.

My Venus is at 22 degrees Scorpio, so I know Saturn and Uranus aren't done yet with me.

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Elsa
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I think 2023 hinges on this in many ways.

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giovanni
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one prediction...

crash

Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse appear to be in trouble.

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The Australian bond market collapse casts uncertainty on the future for even top rated bond funds everywhere, which are traditionally the "safest" option for retirement funds.  Bonds did not crash here in 2008, but conditions are different now.

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Earthquakes.  I keep the USGS earthquake site on a tab in my browser and in the last few weeks the earthquake activity and intensity has been higher.  Lots more 4.0+ than previously.  Also the sunspot activity is really high.  Uranus in Taurus=sudden unexpected earth Saturn=pressure

there was a major earthquake in coastal China a couple of weeks ago.

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@myrna good point!

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