Mercury/Saturn Conjunction at 29*25' Aquarius| OCCURRING MARCH 2nd
In the Planetary Planner I wrote of this Mercury/Saturn conjunction that ‘this is something of an important detail—whether it manifest as a more seriously toned conversation, or a more sobering realization or awareness of something, an authoritative reminder of your obligations or responsibilities, or even as a message that becomes heavy—it’ll likely have you thinking on it for some time…’
This conjunction—which is to say, conversation—between Mercury and Saturn occurs upon the last degree of Aquarius, and is something of a detail for several reasons…
First of all, the conversation takes place this morning and then nearly immediately Mercury moves on into Pisces.
Second, this degree is considered what astrologers refer to as ‘anaretic’ which is a fancy way of indicating its importance, as the twenty-ninth degree is the final degree within a zodiacal sign and thereby much more potent in its vibratory motivations.
Finally, Saturn will also be moving into Pisces—come March 7th, and so this is the last ‘announcement’, if you will, within the bounds of Aquarius… so keep in mind that Saturn has been in Aquarius since December 17, 2020.
Typically, a Mercury/Saturn conjunction would suggest a severe focus—even critically attuned to something specific… serious thoughts, mature perceptions, thinking something through to the very end—without distraction.
Though, again, immediately upon ingression into Pisces—potential distractions!
In Aquarius, this conjunction would regard a particular clarity—as in brilliance or revelation—though, either way, this would imply a seriously regarded insight, something quite smart, informed, inspired.
For better or worse…
Through this degree, specifically, this conjunction describes reverence, with much potential for wisdoms passed down or previously disregarded coming back again—and there is potential here, too, to feel as though you’re on to something…
I would also suggest that there’s a tinge of something final, something ending—possibly the harsh realization that something can no longer continue.
At least not in the same way.
And there may also be a feeling that—whatever you glimpse or gain today—you will likely feel relief, however displaced, and maybe even grateful.
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