(c)8-26-12 by Donna Cunningham, MSW
Hi, Folks, a quick note to let you know about an article I just posted on Skywriter that you may find interesting. I’m finishing a workbook for stellium holders called The Stellium Tool Kit, and the example chart I’ve been using is that of newsmaker, Taylor Swift, the country singer. I chose her because she has a stellium of four planets in Capricorn on her Ascendant–among them are Neptune and Saturn, closely conjunct.
Long story short, I wound up also reviewing the charts of JFK, Sr. and Marilyn Monroe, both born with prominent Neptune-Saturn aspects. JKF was born in the 1920s during the Neptune-Saturn conjunction just before yours, and Taylor Swift was born during the Neptune-Saturn conjuction just after yours.
I thought you might like to see what other generations are doing with this important and challenging aspect. If so, you can see it here: Taylor Swift, John F. Kennedy, and Marilyn Monroe—a Neptune-Saturn Trio. (The conjunctions happen about every 35-37 years, and the last three were in 1916-18, 1951-52, and 1989-90.)
If you’ve never read it before, here’s a recap of some ways Neptune-Saturn aspects affect you. The comment section is worth reading too, as people share stories that are eerily similar.
Incidentally, if The Stellium Tool Kit applies to you or a friend or loved one and sounds helpful, sign up for a subscription here and you’ll receive an announcement.