Saturn's last months in Scorpio, and his upcoming transit through Sagittarius, will stir up some contrast. He'll be squaring Jupiter in Leo, and then squaring Neptune in Pisces and Jupiter in Virgo (after Jupiter's transit of Leo). What do these influences have in common? Expansion meets limits. Jupiter and Neptune are both about expansion; Jupiter stretches the limits and Neptune dissolves them. Jupiter is hope, Neptune is belief. Neptune is surrender, Jupiter is trust. And Saturn is limits and fears.
I'll do a separate post on each square, and this one will be about Saturn versus Jupiter in Leo (Part 1).
If you're looking for an exact aspect, Saturn in Scorpio will not technically square Jupiter in Leo until August 3rd, 2015. But around October to November, 2014, Saturn and Jupiter will come close with a square that's 3-4 degrees apart in orb. Roughly, 16 to 25 degrees Leo and Scorpio. Because the square is not exact, you'll definitely need something between those degrees of the Fixed signs to feel it (if you feel anything). But it's worth noting. Jupiter in Leo promises Big Shiny Things. More confidence, attention and success. The square to Saturn won't necessarily douse the fire, but it will be a prompt to check what you're displaying. Is your grab for more based in reality? Do you have the goods to deliver what you're promising (or do they have the goods to deliver what you're being promised)? Alternatively, can your newfound confidence stand up against the limits (your fears or someone else's criticisms)?
It's not real until it's been tested.
A square from Saturn means you have to work to get the prize. Sometimes it can mean the prize is not available, but if that's the case, it was never yours to begin with. The real test will happen around Jul 19th, 2015 to Aug 3rd, 2015, when Saturn squares Jupiter exactly at 28 degrees (you'll feel this if you have anything from 25 to 29 degrees of the Fixed signs). This will be Saturn's last good-bye as he exits Scorpio (he'll Rx into Scorpio from Sag on June 14th, 2015, although he'll be direct when he squares Jupiter).
A commenter asked if this aspect was bad. No, it's not. It's a check on Jupiter in Leo's promise. Saturn is the knife that hones the opportunity. He focuses through contrast, and will clarify what Jupiter in Leo delivers: gold- plated, or solid gold.