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Sept 20th Carol Tebbs; A Culmination of Cycles Can Seem Like A Crisis

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Outer planet cycles converge at several times during life, particularly related to phases of the Saturn cycle (29 ½ years) and the Uranus cycle (84 years). When each planetary cycle is observed in its quarter-cycle (90-degree) phases, they over-lap most dramatically at mid-life, around age 42-45 when both planets are in opposition to their natal position. Saturn is in its second half cycle (180-degrees) and at the same time Uranus is in its first half-cycle (180-degrees). If any natal personal planets or points are in close hard aspect to Saturn or Uranus, all of those planets will be stressfully activated at or near the same time = what SEEMS like a crises. Depending upon the decade of birth, the first quarter-cycles of Neptune and Pluto may also converge at age 42-45. Understanding the Saturn-Uranus mid-life phase and its separative influence helps us get beyond the “I want outta here” impulse to deal with the actual underlying issues, and possibly save the relationship. http;/www.kepler.edu.com

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