Sunday, 30 September 2012

Saturn in Scorpio: Your Guide Through The Dark

Astroair Astrology is thrilled to announce the publication of Saturn in Scorpio: Your Guide Through The Dark.

Find out how you and your loved ones may be affected by Saturn in Scorpio.

Saturn entering the intense, inscrutable and controlled sign of Scorpio on October 5 may feel worrying, especially given the disruptive and unsettling changes the world and many individuals are facing.

This new book from Mandi Lockley - Saturn in Scorpio: Your Guide Through The Dark - is designed to help you successfully navigate the cold and deep waters of this transit and tap into its healing and transformative potential.

The major themes of Saturn in Scorpio are explored in-depth including issues of safety, fear and control; sex and intimacy; the power of love; rejection, anger, vengeance and forgiveness; the power of the unconscious and money, debt and taxes.

Discover how these themes and more may be relevant to you personally and how best to cope with them, but also discover how they will be reflected in the wider world.

Anxious about your Saturn transit? Saturn in Scorpio’s transit to your own birth chart is covered in detail, including its transit to your natal houses and planets and there's an extended section on those all-important Saturn to Saturn transits. Many books and websites deal with astrological Saturn in general and Saturn transits in particular, but this book is specifically tailored to the unique experience of Saturn in Scorpio.


This comprehensive astrological guide also examines how Saturn in Scorpio fits into other current and upcoming major planetary alignments including the ongoing revolutionary and disruptive Uranus-Pluto Squares and the Jupiter-Saturn-Neptune Grand Trine of 2013. Find out how we might see these energies manifest in the world around us.

Saturn in Scorpio: Your Guide Through The Dark also includes a bonus chapter on the Secondary Progressed Moon cycle - an important and very personal cycle of emotional maturity - and explains how it links with your personal Saturn cycle.

This book is suitable for all levels of astrological knowledge. Whether you are a beginner to astrology, a serious student, or a consulting astrologer working with clients, Saturn in Scorpio: Your Guide Through The Dark will be a valuable resource to help you through this challenging transit.

For the beginner, the book has instructions on how to calculate your Saturn transit and includes a Saturn in Scorpio ephemeris, for quick and easy calculation.

For excerpts of the book see here and here. For a review, see here (thanks to Donna Cunningham and Auntie Moon).

Saturn in Scorpio: Your Guide Through The Dark is available for download at Amazon now at a special introductory price of £3.80 (UK), $6.17 (US) and equivalent prices in other currencies (see your local Amazon site for details).
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2 comments:

  1. This sounds like it was written for me! I have a Saturn, Uranus, Chiron t-square natally. So transiting Saturn is nearing conjunction with natal Uranus in the 12th house. Add transiting Chiron on the IC, ruled by Uranus, and Pluto square Pluto, I'm in for an intersting ride. The cherry on the cake will be Saturn eventually crossing the Asc and NN too, both in Scorpio.

    But I'm so glad that I have this understanding to put some objectivity on what's going on at the moment. It would be so much more disturbing to have all this lack of motivation and family carnage, piled upon me, without any apparent reason. And being open with healing opportunities that have begun to arise, starting with the one in 3 days. I had no idea that it would be so close to Saturn moving into Scorpio.

    Even with Saturn in the 12th in Libra, I had to start letting go of the things that I couldn't control; I was a wrung out mess worrying about everyone.

    My fear? I'm going to lose my parents during this transit. It's going to be tough and will go deep, but at least Scorpio knows how to rise again...

    So thanks for your book. Rose

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  2. Thanks for your comment Anonymous. If you've seen the book, I hope you find it useful. I think one of the key lessons of this transit will be keeping our fears in perspective. Saturn moving towards your first house is the start of a brand new cycle for you and I hope it brings opportunities as well as challenges and lessons.

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