Editor's Note: This is the last segment, in a conversation with Susan Miller of Astrology Zone. Here we get into the topic of conspiracies, and why she's worried about sperm banks.Saturn and Pluto, BFFs
Susan Miller: I was thinking a lot about Saturn in Scorpio. You know, the Scorpios are all so worried that they’re going to have what the Libras had. And it’s a totally different thing, because Libra is cardinal and the other planets were in cardinal placements, and they’re still in a bit of a hard spot, depending on what birthday the Libra has.
The ones born in the first week of October are walking the gauntlet right now. We all go through it sooner or later. The Virgo-Pisces certainly had it (Saturn transit), and the Gemini-Sagittarius set, too, from 2007 to the early part of 2011. We all go through hard times, it toughens us up and makes us better. But Scorpio is not going to have the same experience because the other planets are much more friendly to them.
Also, because Saturn and Pluto are in what we call a mutual reception. They’ve become buddy buddies. Not only are they 60 degrees apart in a sextile position, which is considered giving of opportunities, but also because Saturn is in Scorpio and Pluto is in Capricorn . Pluto rules Scorpio and Saturn rules Capricorn, so they’re acting as Best Friends Forever.
And we haven’t had this since 1776 when the nation was formed, and we only had it for a few months back then. This time it’s with us for three years. And so Scorpio should not worry a bit about their experience with Saturn. They’re going to harness it, and do good things with it.
You know I started Astrology Zone when I had Saturn on my Sun (transiting). It was like, over my head. So we can’t look at other people and think we’re going to have the same experiences. It’s different.
I do wonder, maybe Saturn in Scorpio will take a look at the pedophiles and how we deal with these people?
Molly: It seems like Saturn together with Pluto are drawing out the rats. However, you can tell that they’re covering up for those at the very top.
Susan: You mean the church? I know, I’m Catholic and I feel bad about all the things that have happened. If we’ve learned anything, officials must realize that anything you cover up comes out sooner or later. You might as well come out with it right away. It only gets worse, you know.
Molly: Along those lines, I saw a shocking documentary that was banned in the UK about Princess Diana’s inquest. (Note: It screened at Cannes in 2011, but has not been widely distributed. Here is an article by the filmmaker Keith Allen in the Guardian, on why it's so controversial.)
Susan Miller: Oh really?
Molly: It’s called Unlawful Killing, and that was the official verdict of the jury.
Susan: Yes, I thought something was wrong there. I think she could’ve been murdered.
Molly: Well, you come away with that. If you get a chance, you should see it – Piers Morgan, Kitty Kelly, Tony Curtis are all interviewed in it. And there’s this scene where the grieving father Mohamed Al Fayed describes how he had to take the royal crest off Harrods (the department store in London), which he owns. Ok, so what does he do? He burned it before the grave of his son – is that not Uranus-square Pluto?
Susan: Oh, yeah. Oh he was so angry. Well she kept saying if anything happens to me, you’re going to know where it came from.
Molly: Yes, she wrote two people saying she was going to die in a car crash. They’re going to try to kill me.
Susan: Oh wow. I’ve always felt, you know she had a very violent chart with a charged eighth house.
Molly: Well, it’s very disturbing, but you brought up pedophilia and it’s in our faces now isn’t it.
Susan: Well, yes, when I was little, my father always said to me, “don’t go with anyone.” And I thought maybe there was one out of a million people like this, as a child, and now it seems like one out of ten! It’s so prevalent. I was shocked. Society has to decide what to do about these people. I mean, is it a birth defect – we don’t even know what to call it. And what do we do with them – are they ever rehabilitated?
If they do their time in jail and are let out, they shouldn’t have a mark against them if rehabilitation is possible, but I don’t know if it is?
Another thing that worries me a lot is these sperm banks. It came out that this one mother found out that her child had a kind of strange disease. So she started tracing all the people from that sperm bank. Children from this one father.
And he must’ve donated his sperm to 200 children. You know they sholdn’t allow somebody to be chosen for 200 because a disease can be genetically propagated through the sperm, through the children.
There have to be limits on how many children you can quote-unquote “have.” There has to be some kind of control. And right now there’s no control...nothing.