Saturn Return

Saturn Return, poster A0 format (841×1189 mm), inkjet prints, produced by Lapin Canard Editions with the support of its partner Atelier Martin Garanger
Saturn Return, poster A0 format (841×1189 mm), inkjet prints, produced by Lapin Canard Editions with the support of its partner Atelier Martin Garanger

In horoscopic astrology, a Saturn return is an astrological transit that occurs when the planet Saturn returns to the same place in the sky that it occupied at the moment of a person’s birth.The phenomenon is described by Western astrologers as influencing a person’s life development at roughly 29.5 year intervals, though the planetary influence may be felt for a few years before the exact conjunction, and variable orbits of the planets can also make the time period longer or shorter. These intervals or «returns» coincide with the approximate time it takes the planet Saturn to make one orbit around the sun, roughly 29.5 years. Western astrologers believe that, as Saturn «returns» to the degree in its orbit occupied at the time of birth, a person crosses over a major threshold and enters the next stage of life. With the first Saturn return, a person leaves youth behind and enters adulthood.

«The line is regular and draws the contours of the first tools of man. Palms stretched towards us they offer the mystical account of a paranormal destiny. It was a long-planned plan, premeditated.» Rémi Groussin