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Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil

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With this book, Liz Greene has taken a major step in the unveiling of the light of reason, so long obscured by those who have interpreted Saturn as a "malefic" planet.

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In doing so, she presents a remarkably rich study of the unconscious mind, shedding light on that mysterious, elusive entity that psychology calls the self.

Saturn's darker person is recognized universally in myth and fairytale. Here, Dr. Greene traces his character through sign, house, aspect, and synastry in a brilliant analysis which reveals his other face: that of the Initiator who, for the price of our honesty, offers us greater consciousness, self-understanding and, eventually, freedom.


"The meat of the book is broken down into chapters on Saturn in each of the elements (in watery signs and houses, and so forth). A later chapter explores Saturn in aspect to other planets in the birth chart. As with Saturn itself, Greene avoids labeling specific types of aspects as 'good' or 'bad'. Saturn in synastry is also explored. Greene discusses how Saturn is necessary for long-standing relationships; Saturn's role in projection in relationships; as well as the concept of overcompensation."


"Not merely a representative of pain, restriction and discipline, he is also a symbol of the psychic process, natural to all human beings, by which an individual may utilize the experiences of pain as a means for greater consciousness and fulfillment."

Author Greene, Liz
Book Type Trade Paperback
Page Count 196 pp.
Publisher Samuel Weiser, Inc. 1976
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