Planetary Correspondence, Saturn

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Saturn
Glyph
Symbols Scythe, key, double axe
Deities Saturn, Kronos, Hera, Kali, Net
Archangel Cassiel
Day Saturday
Color Black
Number Three
Metal Lead
Stones Onyx, obsidian, jet, hematite, apache tear
Incense Patchouli, Myrrh
Plants Belladonna, hemlock, ladyslipper, yew
Trees Beech, yew, elm, ebony, cypress
Animals Goat, spider, goose, bat
Saturn is the planet of stability and restriction. Its energies test our balance and endurance. In some ways Saturn
symbolizes time, which, with its ravenous appetite for life,

devours all its creations. Saturn, like time, brings restlessness, the sense of duration lasting from the moment of
stimulus up to the peak of satisfaction. Saturn is slow, deliberate, disciplined success. Use Saturn to improve concentration, discipline a lazy mind, become better at work, and
motivate yourself.
Each one of the seven planets produces a different
energy field or vibration that can be used to enhance
magickal operations. By incorporating this energy into your
magickal works, you increase their effectiveness. For example,
a love-drawing ritual would have tremendous impact if it
were timed to coincide with the vibrations of Venus. Likewise, you would greatly reinforce a personal success spell by
doing it on a Sunday and taking advantage of solar energy.
In addition to timing, try to include some planetary symbolism in your magickal rite. Want to give that protection
spell a big boost? Plan to do your spell on a Saturday night.
Use three black candles and patchouli incense, and include
three pieces of jet in the work. If time permits, make a black
bag in the shape of bat to carry your protection symbols in.
The more refined your spells are, the better, and faster, they
will work.

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