Saturn in Pisces – WSAA Lecture on 9 February

Saturn in Pisces: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

I will be giving my talk Saturn in Pisces: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea for the Washington State Astrological Association (WSAA) on Thursday 9 February 2023 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm in Pacific time.

I will be speaking in person in Seattle at the Puget Sound Yacht Club where WSAA regularly meets. If you are not in the Seattle area, the lecture will also be simulcast on Zoom, with the Zoom room opening online at 7:15 pm. Information on how to register and attend are in this link:

I previously gave a talk on Saturn in Pisces for the NCGR in Philadelphia last November – this talk for the WSAA will be a revised and renovated version that will contain some new and different ideas and connections than the previous version. Here’s a description of the talk:

Saturn’s entrance into Pisces on March 7, 2023 will bring a sea change in collective and personal events, as the star of Kronos will begin sharing the same mutable water as Neptune. Marking the end of the Saturn and Neptune cycle that began in 1989, Saturn will spend an extended period of time in close proximity with Neptune in Pisces before eventually forming an exact conjunction with Neptune in the first degree of Aries on February 20, 2026.

This talk will explore the meaning of Saturn transiting Pisces as well as Saturn’s cyclical relationship with Neptune that has correlated with dissolution of old orders and the emergence of idealistic movements. We’ll discuss the potential of Saturn sailing through the oceanic expanse of Pisces and what we may discover washed up on shore from its tides.

I hope to see you there!