This is a blog about Saturn returns – the good, the bad, the downright weird. The Saturn return, happening roughly between ages 27-31 and 57-61, is an important time in the life cycle when major restructuring can happen. Career pinnacles or endings, marriages and divorces, and having one’s first child are a few common ways this plays out. Other more colorful events can also occur, as you’ll see in some stories on this blog. Whatever it entails, it is a consequential time that deeply impacts the years that follow.
Over time, we had noticed so many examples of Saturn returns in the news that we decided to collect them into a blog. The Saturn return is easy to study in this way because a full chart is not needed; as long as someone is within the 27-31 or 57-61 age range, they are almost certainly experiencing this transit.
If you have an interesting Saturn return story to share, either your own or from someone else, then please consider submitting to be published here on Saturn Return Stories. We can’t promise to publish them all, although if we do feature your story then we will give you full credit. For more information please see this page on submitting a Saturn return story.
About the Authors of Saturn Return Stories
The authors and editors of Saturn Return Stories:
Leisa Schaim is an astrologer living in Denver, Colorado who uses a blend of both modern and traditional techniques in her astrological work. Leisa is the current presiding officer of the Association for Astrological Networking (AFAN) and is a former board member of the Astrological Association for Young Astrologers (AYA). She can be reached for astrological consultations through her website, LeisaSchaim.com, or via email at email@example.com. Leisa loves discussing how different people’s unique life paths unfold, particularly during the Saturn return.
Chris is a professional astrologer from Denver, Colorado. He was educated at Kepler College, where he focused on cross-cultural comparisons between the astrological traditions. He is the former President of the Association for Young Astrologers, and the former Research Director of the National Council for Geocosmic Research. He is the host of The Astrology Podcast, as well as the author of the Horoscopic Astrology Blog. Chris offers astrological consultations and teaches online classes through his personal website at www.ChrisBrennanAstrologer.com.