My Review of Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil by Liz Greene

Bless you, Liz Greene.

In this reprinting of the much heralded classic, Liz Greene takes a deep and personal look at the much maligned role of Saturn in our astrological make-up. Utilizing a synthesis of astrology and Jungian psychology, Greene is able to present Saturn in an all new light. The author is able to challenge long held conceptions about this planet’s influence and turn them on their proverbial ear adding a new and enlightened look at how one interprets natal charts.

With an obvious mastery of the subject, Liz Greene’s writing is fluid and insightful, refusing to be bogged down by semantics or sleight-of-hand. She knows of what she speaks, of that there is never the slightest doubt. Comprehensive and compelling, the author dissects the intricacies of the planet and its influence through the filter of a trained psychologist.

Viewing Saturn as a catalyst for self-discovery, personal evolution, and the unfettering of oneself from the weight of the darker aspects of our nature, Liz Greene pulls back the veil and shares a deeper understanding of our inner make-up as it’s influenced by cosmic forces.

A must read for all students of astrology. This book is considered a classic for a reason.

Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil by Liz Greene is available wherever books are sold, as well online at Amazon

One Response to “My Review of Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil by Liz Greene”

  1. […] read quite a bit on the subject, as you can imagine. I have a deep respect for Liz Greene’s Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil. Visiting the latest Weiser Books release, The Little Book of Saturn by Aliza Einhorn, brought back […]

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