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Diameter: 120 536 km (9.4 x the Earth's)
Distance from the Sun:
1 426.7 million km
Average surface temperature:
-178 °C
Period of time to pass the whole zodiac:

29.5 years
Saturn has a prominent system of rings and a large number of small moons (out of 56 moons 30 are less than 10km in diameter. He consists mainly of 93% hydrogen (H) and 5 % helium. Saturn is the second largest planet in our Solar system and like Jupiter a gas giant.
Saturn was the most distant of five planets known to the ancients. In 1610, the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was the first to gaze at Saturn through a telescope.

Like Jupiter, Saturn is mostly made of hydrogen and helium. Its volume is 755 times greater than that of the Earth. Winds in the upper atmosphere reach 500 meters per second in the equatorial region. These super-fast winds, combined with heat rising from within the planet's interior, cause yellow and gold bands visible in the atmosphere.

Saturn's ring system is the most extensive and complex in the solar system, extending hundreds of thousands of kilometers from the planet. They are made mostly of water ice, and material in size from a few micrometers to several tens of meters.

Frequency: 147.85 Hz
Sound: Close to D
Effect: Awareness, realization'.
Body: Head, third eye, knees, bones, teeth and any 'hard parts' of the body.
Chakra: Activates the third eye chakra (6th / Ajna chakra) and the principle of concentration and realization.

Saturn - Roman deity of agriculture and harvest. He was identified in classical antiquity with the Greek deity Cronus, ruler of the Golden Age, of time and the threashold between life and death, time and eternity.

As son of Uranus (the sky) and Gaia (the earth) seized his fathers power and position. After it was foretold, that one of his children would overthrow him, Saturn devoured all of them. His wife though offered him a Stone instead of her sixth child, Jupiter. Thus Jupiter was rescued and overthrew his father later, becoming the supreme ruler of the cosmos.

How do we experience "reality", where do we meet resistance and discover our limitations. Saturn represents the conscience, the moral convictions, the laws and rules which we choose to obey. It also tells us about our powers of endurance and the ability to concentrate, it lends qualities like earnestness, caution and reserve.
Star sign equivalent: Capricorn (earth element) - and Aquarius (air element) together with Uranus.
Astrological house: 10th (Medium coeli) - and 11th (together with Uranus). Saturn stays about 2 years in the same sign.
Central themes: Structure, limit, stability, consequence, endurance, work, finity, silence, solitariness, conscience, form, experience, structure, concentration, cristallisation, fears, time, cautiousness, formal right, law, order, obligation, the teacher who teaches by setting limitations or 'taking away' (compare Jupiter).
Body: Skeleton, lime balance, teeth, skin, nails, gall bladder, knees, spleen, chronic problems, less vitality.
Character of diseases associated:
Diseases of decline, collapse, wasting, blockages and contraction, poisonings, rheums, osteoarthritis, consumption, tremblings, vain fears, fantasies, edemas
Bearsfoot, starwort, wolf-bane, hemlock, fern, white and black hellebore, henbane, ceterach or finger-fern, clotbur or burdock, parsnip, dragon, pulse, vervain, mandrake, poppy, moss, nightshade, bythwind, angelica, sage, box, tutsan, orache or golden herb, shepherd's purse, cumin, horsetail, fumitory.

Trees and plants include Tamarisk, savine, senna, capers, rue or herbgrace, polypody, willow or sallow tree, yew-tree, cypress tree, hemp, pine-tree.

Food plants: Most vegetables, such as potatoes, etc.; parsnips, spinach and barley.
Flowers: Very few known to be associated, but the various bushes when in flower are thought to be so placed.
Trees: Pine, yew, willow, elm, ivy, cyprus.
Medical plants: Comfrey, ivy, hemlock, belladonna.

Animals: Animals with protective armour, beasts of burden, horned animals, burrowing animals and reptiles, camels, animals feeding on carrion, mountain goats.
Minerals: Diamonds, marble, crystals, malachite, green turmaline, sapphire, lapis lazuli, onyx, coal, all black country stones not polishable.
Metal: Lead, the lead-stone, the dross of all metals, also the dust and rubbidge of every thing.
Colours: Dark brown, grey, ashy, black, flat or dark colours.
Archetype: The old man
Angel: Cassiel / Captiel
Day of the week: Saturday




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