Saturn and Jupiter – Guardians at the Gate


Join Darby Costello for a webinar exploring the dynamic 2019 placements of Saturn and Jupiter.

Saturn and Jupiter are in their own signs during  2019.  This gives us a rare opportunity to work consciously with these two great Social Guardians, getting to know more fully what they describe in our inner and outer worlds.  Jupiter in Sagittarius offers adventure, not always comfortable, but always bringing opportunity for a wider perspective on life.

Saturn in Capricorn demands our attention, showing us where work and discipline offer a deepening of our relationship with the world in which we live.  Here we shall explore ways of attending these powerful guides so to move more consciously between the personal and collectives dimensions in these intense times.

Pre-recorded webinar available for instant download. 

Level: Intermediate

1 hr. 27 min. | includes video, audio and slides


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Valuable presentation

Darby Costello begins by giving us - not just an understanding - but a feeling of who Jupiter and Saturn are. With chart illustrations and stories, she goes on to explain how we can manage both. I found it very valuable.

Saturn and Jupiter Guardians at the Gate

nothing new or different

Sandra C.
Saturn Structure Hard to Find

It is obvious this astrologer is passionate about her topic. It's unfortunate that her delivery, I found, was scattered and hard to follow.

Bobbie Y.
Saturn and Jupiter

Fair take on the two Planets now in their own signs, Saturn and Jupiter it felt a little like scorched earth, or just "Mary Mary Quite Contrey" I do have Saturn in Capricorn in the first house forming a handle to the rest of the Planets, Maybe I should give the next Talk , Ha.

Saturn and Jupiter - Guardians at the Gate

Darby Costello is a wonderful astrologer, she explains the subject with clarity and humour, hearing her is enlightening and relaxing.

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