At what was just degrees off true vertical, Saturn reflected its own shadow. That’s the only celestial body I’ve seen that does that artistic flair. That’s what makes it ‘feel concrete’ more than the other planets around Old Sol.
What does this have to do with cats? It’s the ears.
Patterns of Saturn legends seem to fill up with cat like ears and often in sinister manners….I didn’t like looking that up because I saw Saturn and saw NONE of that infernal negativity. What I saw was the color of pale naples yellow both in the plump round of her sphere and the top of her rings. I remarked to the astronomer that the color was so uniform and so pale, nearly white with a warmer tone. It was definitely a naples yellow. Naples Yellow is a lead derivative, if I’m not mistaken. WIll look that up soon. Heavy metal.
Saturn legends are all about agricultural. My horse, Skip, is that same pale naples yellow. I found him today after 4 years. He was in a large paddock in a farm for retired horses and remembered me.
So in one weekend, on the Sabbath I saw Saturn dressed in Skip’s pale palomino naples yellow color spirit.
Carrots will be forthcoming.