The Basement Astrologers Podcast:
Planetary Nodes of Jupiter, Saturn, & Pluto
I had the pleasure of recently appearing on The Basement Astrologers Podcast with Kipp Dubow, an astrologer who lives not too far from me along the Salish Sea in Tacoma, Washington. We talked about the meaning of the planetary nodes by way of first exploring the meaning of the lunar nodes. We then talk about the significance of Jupiter, Pluto, and Saturn all beginning and ending cycles together in 2020 while also forming conjunctions with their own South Nodes. Listen to the episode here:
A couple corrections: for some reason I misidentified my own lunar nodes when explaining how to figure out if a planet is at the northern or southern bending. My South Node is in Gemini and North Node is in Sagittarius, which is why my Mercury is at the northern bending of my lunar nodes.
At another point when talking about the opposition between Saturn in Virgo and Uranus in Pisces during the economic crisis in 2008 I accurately said that Saturn in Virgo was at the northern bending of the nodes of Uranus. I then said Uranus was near its own south node but I meant that Uranus was also near the southern bending of its own nodes.
I hope this serves as a general introduction to help get you started thinking about the planetary nodes and the significance of planets conjoining one of their own nodes as well as being at the bendings of their nodes.
For additional info about how to understand the planetary nodes, I previously wrote an article on the planetary nodes of Neptune that you can read here:
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