Keywords: Cyclicity, Homecoming, Progress
A planetary return is when the transiting planet makes its full orbit to the precise position it occupied at the moment of an individual’s birth, a new astrological beginning. Returns can also apply to asteroids. But no matter the celestial body, the timespan of its orbit will determine the frequency of the return. For example, the Sun returns to its exact position every year on your birthday, known as a Solar Return. As the serious taskmaster, Saturn’s return comes every twenty-nine to thirty years, and your first Saturn Return often brings hard lessons that give you the tools to advance into adulthood. The flavor of the return will depend on the planet, and these events are worth embracing as a mark of your continuous transformation and growth.