Saturn conjuncts the ascendant (the bright sign) on the chart between Dec. 20-Jan. 19 (the date of our Saturn return). The transit of this conjunction will take us through a series of Saturn-Mars-Mercury events that will affect many aspects of our lives. Mars and Mercury are ruling our lives in opposition to each other. Mars is of course the planet of war and aggression, and Mercury is the planet of peace, compassion, and benevolence.

Saturn is the ruler of our personal and collective lives and Mars is the ruler of our collective and collective is the ruler of our collective. While one of Saturn’s aspects is the cycle of life, the other aspect is the cycle of death. In this transit, we’re all going through a series of events that will influence how we feel about ourselves and the world around us.

While we were on the topic of Saturn and Mars, I mentioned that I have one of those “saturn conjunct” synastries, and one that I’ve had for years. It’s not a complete synastry, because I don’t have the “sun conjunct” synastry, but it has some very interesting aspects.

In the future, it appears that we will be affected by the Saturn-Mars conjunction, which will give us the ability to “turn off” our brains and “turn on” our bodies. This will cause us to feel much less hungry, angry, and sad, and it will allow us to feel better about ourselves, which will make us a happier person.

It’s a wonderful idea, but this is actually a bit of a stretch. It might bring us a little closer to what it does in the future, but it will not affect us right now. It’s a weird idea, and I’m not sure it works.

It certainly doesn’t help that we have a very long history of being in the same place at the same time; the first astronauts died in the Apollo 13 mission, the Russians didn’t even send a probe to the Moon for a long time until 2003, and Apollo 11 was the first mission to land humans on the Moon. The Saturn-Mars conjunction is going to be a good time for the human race to get together and make some progress.

This does not mean that we’ll all get together and go back to being humans again, though. That’s a myth. There will be many deaths, most likely, and the only way to avoid them is by going into space. We’ve been on the Moon for the last forty years and we are the only humans to be on the Moon twice. We will not die in space, we will die from space sickness, and it’s coming this century.

We are the only humans to be on the Moon more than twice, and we have only been there twice. We are an intergalactic race that has traveled nearly every system in our solar system. We are not the tallest, strongest, or most intelligent creature on the planet, and there is no way we will be able to survive on Mars or other planets. As a result, we will die in space.

Saturn is the most powerful planet in the solar system, so it may not seem like much to us. In fact, it is a hell of a lot more than that. It is the largest body in our solar system, with a mass of about two metric tons. It is also the only planet in our solar system that is the only planet in the galaxy that does not have an atmosphere. It is therefore the second most dense planet in the solar system.

It is also the only planet in our solar system that does not have a moon or a moon-like object. It is the only planet in our solar system that has no moons or moon-like objects.

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