There stands Saturn, one of the old, established ones. Perhaps he’s a corporate type, perhaps he’s a banker, perhaps he represents government. In any case, he is the ultimate authority figure. He steps into the ring and puts on his boxing gloves.
Opposite him is Uranus, the Rebel, the Revolutionary. Uranus has come to make changes, very big changes. Uranus won’t be happy until all of Saturn’s rules and regulations have been broken down. Uranus will enjoy the reconstruction process.
Both are grinning at the thought of this fight. They’ve been waiting a decade for it. The last time they met in the ring like this was in 1999, when Uranus threw Saturn into an uproar by suggesting that Y2K was going to cause all the computers to break down and plunge the modern world into chaos. Saturn had the last laugh in that battle: we made it through to New Year’s Day 2000 just fine and now the episode seems silly, even though it was a serious concern at the time.
What tricks will Uranus have up his sleeve for Saturn this time? It’s an election year and banks are failing. Saturn’s traditional edifices (banking and government) are due for some changes. If you favor a cause, agitate for it, donate to it and vote. This year, because Uranus is awake and in fine fettle, anything could happen—anything at all.
Also on this topic: Should I Build or Break? Answer–Both!
And: Saturn and Uranus: Self-Governance vs. Progressive Change