For Scorpio: Saturn reveals the meaning of your ordeal and the end of suffering after the “last retrograde.” (Dec 2022 – Mar 7, 2023)

Saturn completed its “last retrograde” on October 23, 2022.

Saturn has been in Aquarius since December 17, 2020, and during its stay in Aquarius, Saturn went retrograde several times. And finally, it completed its “last retrograde,” and now Saturn will go straight to the next zodiac sign, Pisces, without retrograde.

Yes, Saturn will soon undergo a major transition of the zodiac. Specifically, on March 7, 2023, it will make its great transit into Pisces. This will mark the end of your ordeal, which has lasted about two and a half years. It is also a release from suffering, but at the same time, it is also a time of significant growth. You are suffering now, but a new stage of your life will soon be upon you.

It takes about 30 years for Saturn to circle the 12 signs of the zodiac. It spends a couple of years in one constellation. During its stay in a constellation, Saturn encourages each person to build their own “foundation.” In other words, Saturn gives people new challenges every couple of years to promote growth. For example, some people are given a “love challenge,” and others are given a “career challenge. Then, as a couple of years pass and Saturn moves through the zodiac, people will complete their challenges after a period of hard work and achieve great growth.

Saturn is often referred to as the planet of trials and difficulties, but more accurately, Saturn is the planet of growth. It is a planet that puts people on the path to significant growth by putting them through trials and challenges. Growth is the process of building a higher foundation from the foundations laid in the past. Only when we have a foundation that has been achieved through hardship can we set even broader dreams and higher goals. In this sense, Saturn is a planet that connects the past with the future.

What you have suffered in the past and what you are struggling with in the present will lead us straight to a brighter future. What you have struggled for in the past has made you what you are today, and what you are struggling with now will make up the path you will take in the future. The experiences that make you wonder why you have to suffer so much are not in vain. It will lead you to the future. Saturn is the planet that will sublimate your suffering and connect you to the future.

Here, we will tell you the destiny Saturn gives you in two chapters below, the past and the present.

(1) Challenges you will receive from Saturn for the period December 2020 to March 7, 2023.

(2) What you have accomplished under Saturn’s trials for the period of about three years from the end of 2017 to December 2020.

What you accomplished while struggling during the period of (2) (which may be an accomplishment you are not even aware of) is the foundation on which the present challenges of (1) are based. Reading (1) and (2) as one story in your mind is vital. Please interpret (2) as a foundation on which to read the challenges of (1).

As we told you, Saturn will move to its next sign, Pisces, on March 7, 2023. This is when your trials will come to an end. At that time, the suffering that the challenges in (1) are bringing to you will be sublimated and will become the “foundation” for the rest of your life, leading to the future. The end of the ordeal will come soon. If you are suffering now, it is crucial to consider your suffering as a connection to the bright future.

(1) Challenges you will receive from Saturn for the period December 2020 to March 7, 2023.

For the two and a half years, from the end of 2020 to March 2023, your journey as a Scorpio will be a search for “home”.

Home, as the word implies, is your house or family environment, but it also means in general a place where you feel at home. Home is a place to return to, such as a “hometown” or “home turf,” which is associated with a sense of security. In addition, “home” has the connotation of being one’s specialty. It may be the place where you belong to now, such as your company or school, or it may be the “home” where you are confident that you are second to none in sales or product planning, for example. Or it could be the place where you can get back to quality solo time, such as relaxing by exercising or taking a drive when you feel tired. Your journey for the two and a half years will be to renew these forms of “home”.

For example, new issues may arise in your home during this period. This could be due to the birth of a new child, a job transfer, an affair, or the care of a parent. This is overall a time when the “home” is shaken up and a new form of life is sought.

This may not be your actual home, but the community, school, or department at work where you feel at home. Or there may be a wave of change coming in the things you are good at, the work that only you can do to make money. It’s important to emphasize that these changes are not negative.

Of course, it is a change that you will experience only after a long period of time, and some people may find the two and a half years difficult in terms of “home”. However, this is just a necessary period of time to build a new “home” for the new you. For example,

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