Tuesday, June 25, 2013


If there are other aspects to the moon by the more romantic planets ie. Neptune, Venus, or Jupiter this will soften the Saturn effect and in some cases negate it entirely. Otherwise,this makes for a emotionally serious interaction and difficulty or resistance in emotional expression for the couple. More often than not, (with this aspect) one or both parties may withhold their emotional feelings and perhaps sensor there emotions for each other. There is usually some form of emotional blockage. This can take form in some cases as  one or both parties might actually want to take the relationship to the next level if you are dating. However there may be tremendous fear attached to communicating it that it is avoided. Other times, it's a serious tone that takes place or a warm and fuzzy loving relationship to where both of you are unable to relax and enjoy the other's company. There is a awkwardness to expressing emotions that is very obvious, even if the two of you are very close and intimate. This can be boggling, to both people involved. On one hand, emotional trust is a issue, along with fear, and on the other, there is something about your interaction together that just doesn't allow a deep emotional bond. Things just don't flow. However there is a great deal of security, reliability and dependability that goes with this placement. Because you both wish you could express how you feel you both are likely to show it in other ways. These ways are usually not very obvious but if you look closely, the terms of affection are quite endearing because it's not something that you can reach often.  One partner usually the Saturn partner is the one with the difficulty and the moon person is looking to Saturn for the validation. This can cause the moon person to feel closed off, rejected and lonely. The Saturn person is often seen reacting defensively to the others, desire for affection which if this is a sensitive Pisces moon this interaction may not fare well.  Saturn is restrictions and he puts up emotional blockages when in aspect to the moon. It is not that the Saturn person does not feel these things it's just that something about your interaction together is emotionally stifling. Unless both parties are consciously aware of this and each makes a conscious effort to communicate regardless of the fear. Saturns relationships usually take years to to consummate if they ever do. Simply because of the on and off and the inability to truly emotionally connect. Saturn can be cold and hard, and may offend the Moon, making them feel unwanted. This is Saturns way of testing the love of the Moon. Saturn want's to know how you handle rejection, and if you are independent enough to live without him. Saturn has strange ways of doing things and it's not for everyone. If you are not one that likes to chase this is not the person for you. Saturn will push you to run, but if you stick it out and show that your a grown up, and don't mind, being rejected and low levels of affection, this will be perfect for you.   These blockers are based on insecurity of what the other may feel and is usually produced because of a lack communication when it comes to how one feels about the other. When the Moon person makes a attempt to show affection the Saturn person may push the person away in disbelief or doubt. The Moon person can feel hurt and close down to protect him or herself. This can be a cycle that is hard to break if one or the other makes no attempt to open up. If there are other friendly aspects to the moon, then this can just add a seriousness to it, or perhaps the issues will be outside forces like other's getting in the way, recently divorced, not emotionally available or maybe just issues around food, or the Mother. However, in synastry the Moon is how you express yourself emotionally and what you need emotionally and with Saturn in a difficult aspect you are not likely to achieve either one very easily. Saturn is serious, and demands proof of love, sometimes even if they don't give it. Saturn has been known to bind two people together for best or worse and I think it has to do with the fact that two people love each other, but are not able to emotionally express it, so the relationship lingers on, in hopes that they will one day get what they want. Or perhaps one person is tolerating even though they are not getting what they need emotionally and may actually feel quite lonely or unappreciated. These relationships are usually based on need or security and not a romantic emotional connection. However, when Saturn does finally show some affection whether it's a kiss on the cheek or more, it tends to be very endearing and perhaps feels much more sincere, but simply because it's hard to come by.


  1. Oh man you hit the nail on the head! I have this with my boyfriend of 20 yrs. I have just recently realized I have not been happy and broke it off. I have not been one to speak my mind, I am a Cancer so a lot goes suppressed. However, not as much as I felt with him, I could never express myself, with him. I hope he learns...but if not, I have:) Thank you for this post!

  2. I am in love with someone and our Saturns square each other's moons. We met over 35 years ago and are together after many years apart. I prayed before we got together that if there were any chance of my hurting him, that something would keep us apart. I can't stand the thought of hurting him. I don't mind risking being hurt myself as long as I bring only good to him. I have just been searching for something that will tell me how this can be worked through. Yours is a lot more helpful than most. Most other advice just says we are doomed, but I can't accept that.

    1. Very interesting Story, it does seem to take a lot of time to develop Saturn Relationships, but they often are charicterized by very strong feelings. You are not doomed if you are satisfied and content with the love he gives you, if you are happy then that is great! In many of the cases the Moon person feels unloved, uncared for, and even ignored or suppressed. If this is not the case for you then your relationship does have potential. It's really up to what each person needs in a relationship. Thank you for sharing! I wish you the best!