Saturn    - Cronus in Greek

Saturn is together with Jupiter the pair that is all about "Society". Saturn's key-words are maturity, responsibility, consistency and commitment. He's all about STRUCTURES - in politics, religion, companies but also physical structures as buildings or our skeleton. Common sense, integrity, discipline and hard work are more attributes of his. People born under a lot of his influence may appear a bit "reserved" and because of that he's said to be about "limitations" as well - maybe because any structure can become "limiting". 

His main task though is "maturity" - he wants us to grow out of the structures we put ourselves into - to realize, that we become so comfortable and used to our own belief-systems and structures we programmed ourselves with, that it's also in our own power to change them....

Greek Mythology:  Cronus was the primordial God of time (it needs "time" to give form to any kind of material - literally!!) Cronus is the son of Uranus and Gaia. He did take over the throne from Uranus by castrating him and out of semen that fell into the ocean, Aphrodite was born. Uranus prophesized that Cronus son would take the throne of him - which Jupiter/Zeus did. He wasn't the initiator of all this - it was his mother Gaia...  He and his wife Rhea did rule over the throne, earth during the "golden age". 

Roman Mythology: Saturn was the Roman God of growth and agriculture.

Some Astronomy:  Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second-largest in the Solar System, after Jupiter. It is a gas giant with an average radius of about nine times that of Earth. It only has one-eighth the average density of Earth; however, with its larger volume, Saturn is over 95 times more massive. The average distance between Saturn and the Sun is over 1.4 billion kilometers (9 AU). With an average orbital speed of 9.68 km/s, it takes Saturn 10,759 Earth days (or about ​29 1⁄2 years) to finish one revolution around the Sun. As a consequence, it forms a near 5:2 mean-motion resonance with Jupiter. The elliptical orbit of Saturn is inclined 2.48° relative to the orbital plane of the Earth. The perihelion and aphelion distances are, respectively, 9.195 and 9.957 AU, on average. The visible features on Saturn rotate at different rates depending on latitude and multiple rotation periods have been assigned to various regions (as in Jupiter's case).     

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Saturn pictured by NASA's Hubble Telescope in 2019

Saturn's nodal axis changes relatively fast. It changed in the early 1800's from Cancer-Capricorn to Gemini-Sagittarius. In the end of 2020 it was at around 28 degrees. 

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Saturn's Northpole Hexagon (contains 6 Triangles that are laid just next to each other) - same time it's seen in the center of a Hexagram (2 overlapping Triangles as the Star of David). The Hexagon shape/structure/geometry we can even find in DNA. 

Saturn's Southpole is like a "vortex storm" with it's "storm-eye" (maybe that's where this term has it's origin).  To form or change any kind of matter, we also need "spin" out of a center "the eye", which we could maybe also name a "womb"

 

In or better said "around" every "form" we also find rings, to "contain" the geometry inside. Saturn made his  "nature" visible very clearly - form and order e.g. Structure... 

Every form can change though - there is nothing "absolute" or fixed - only the building principle behind it.... The rings are of gas, fluid in a way - as cells devide and/or merge, therefore "change", so can and does form.... 

saturn_s_pole_vortex_and storm eye by na

Picutre credits: NASA / JPL / Caltech / Space Science Institute and the "red" picture of the Northpole is created by overlaying two different wavelengths of infrared light as captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft