Steven Forrest has posted a lovely video discussing the travel of Uranus, Neptune and Saturn through Capricorn in the 1980s and 1990s and you can watch it here. Steven was my first teacher and I respect him greatly – his books The Inner Sky and The Changing Sky are required reading for beginners and really, for anyone who hasn’t read them.
In the video Steven discusses the humans that were born when Uranus and Neptune were in Capricorn during this period as being seeds of humanity that are about to flower now that Saturn and Pluto are both in Capricorn.
Capricorn is the tenth sign of the zodiac, and associated with the tenth house of achievement in the material world. Under the influence of Capricorn we tend to be more serious, perhaps more introverted. Life can seem like a hard slog as we do The Things Which Must Be Done, and we might sometimes forget why we’re even doing them. But the symbol for Capricorn, as well as its ruling planet Saturn, is the sure-footed mountain goat which climbs ridiculous peaks without stumbling or falling, always achieving its goals.
The conjunction of Uranus and Neptune
The Uranus/Neptune conjunction of the 1990s was an extremely significant period. Outer planets (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto) are transformational forces and they generally apply a great deal of pressure on the human experience when they are in alignment with each other. Uranus inspires us to revolt and rebel against a stale and outmoded status quo and Neptune inspires us to transcend the material world to find bliss and an experience of the divine. When these two aligned in the early 1990s there was […]