Saturn in Sagittarius square Neptune in Pisces: What do you believe in?

Angel Fridolin_Leiber_-_SchutzengelThis guardian angel walks right behind these two kids who are on the precipice of a probably fatal fall. I remember this from my childhood – my grandparents had it in their house, in an elaborate frame made from all kinds of seashells. I used to look at it and be afraid for the little girl but then calmed down because the Guardian Angel is there.

Saturn square Neptune asks us, what do you believe in? Do you believe in anything? Is this reality all there is? Is it possible there’s more to life than sees the eye, what you can see, hear, taste, smell and touch?

Answers to these questions are clear to pure Saturn in Sagittarius person who only believe in here and now. Saturn in Sagittarius puts blocks on your faith and beliefs. It forces you to question everything and look for concrete answers, something you can prove. This can be a good thing if you tend to go off into fantasy without any grounding, something that Neptune in Pisces person  can easily do.

But at the same time, believing in your dreams, and imagining a better world and future are the stuff dreams are made of. Staying in Saturnian reality leads to depression and restriction.

The square aspect stimulates conflicting ideas to the breaking point, but it’s there for anyone to master it, to come through at the other end of the process of evaluation.

By all means, doubt and test, and try to prove wrong what Neptunian fantasies say is real. You need not look further than the science of physics to realize yesterday’s solid science is nothing but past memories now. In Galileo’s time, establishment science said the world was flat. Before modern quantum physics, world seemed much more solid. Although Neptunian souls always stated the opposite.

I believe Neptune prompts us to believe in that which is not always provable immediately. Like the Guardian Angel of my childhood standing right next to me as I write.

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