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matthew currie astrology compatibility saturn(This blog entry is part of a series about how the planets in your birth chart affect other people, for better or worse. Click here for the introduction.)

THE PLANET: Saturn, second largest planet in the solar system. Commonly known by the public as “the one with the rings around it.”

WHAT IT DOES FOR YOU: You won’t get very far in love or in life without some sense of structure, order, and even limitation. Even a relatively shapeless amoeba has to have a boundary around the outside of it to maintain its existence.

WHAT IT MEANS FOR LOVE AND ROMANCE: Saturn doesn’t sound like a whole lot of fun for love and romance, does it? But I can tell you this much based on my years of experience looking at birth charts of people in relationships: if your chart makes too much trouble for someone else’s Saturn, or vice versa, that relationship is going to have a very hard time going long-term.

WHAT IT DOES TO OTHERS (GOOD): If your Saturn plays nicely with someone else’s birth chart, you can provide that person with an increased ability to achieve their goals in life, with her practical or emotional. Conversely, you may find that person has an ability to lighten you up when you’re feeling down.

WHAT IT DOES TO OTHER PLANETS (BAD): All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes a relationships suck.

HOW DO I WORK WITH SOMEONE ELSE’S SATURN? Oh man, that’s the million-dollar question with so many relationships, isn’t it? Perhaps more than any other planet Saturn requires patience and understanding and yes, hard work. So roll up those sleeves and get at it!

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