My Dogma Barked at my Karma: Saturn in Sagittarius
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In tonight’s edition of Planet Waves FM, I look at the most interesting day of 2015 — Thursday, Sept. 17. What’s so interesting? All the fanfare surrounding the Saturn ingress of Sagittarius: the Jupiter-Neptune opposition, Saturn square Nessus, Sun square Pholus, Venus quincunx Chiron and Mercury stationing retrograde.
Saturn in Sagittarius is the main event — the rest is just a big astrological party honoring this transit. And what is Saturn in Sagittarius about?
I think we will see a real meeting between the dogma of Saturn in Sagg and the unraveling power of Neptune in Pisces. I pay special attention to Saturn square centaur planet Nessus, which is in effect the moment Saturn ingresses Sagittarius.
I devote plenty of the program to the permutations of Mercury retrograde (and as promised, here is that resource area).
My musical guest is Bob Dylan, who I feature from time to time — songs from his 1983 album Infidels.
I tell the story of this album and where it fits in the history of Dylan’s repertoire (preceded by the Christian trilogy), and his collaboration with Mark Knopfler, the record’s producer.
This is the “no news is good news” edition where I take a break from current events and keep things super duper personal.
Many thanks to Jeff Rosen at Special Rider Music.
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