One of my hobbies is astrology, and one of the astrological theories revolves around the correlation of the transit of Saturn with life events in the development of people. A rather secular understanding of this would attribute these events to hormonal changes but that does not explain events around you. Each one of us has a Saturn at a certain position when we are born but the planet does not stand still. In 15 years, it will stand in opposition to your Saturn, and what do experience? A youthful rebellion!
Many of millennials experienced a crisis come late twenties. This is when Saturn returns to the position in the Zodiac it was at at the time of your birth. Some will say that they haven’t had any crisis. Well, some people are well posited, they have rich parents, or they have made the right choices during the opposition and the waning square. But Saturn presents a challenge for the young people to adapt to adult life, you have to overcome your youthful fire, and you have to do good in uni, or in your job. You have to get those grades, make a good impression as an intern etc.
Mr. Protasevych is a textbook example of this theory, it is the Saturn return for him as he is now in his mid-late 20s, but to understand the road that led him here, one must look at the choices he made at the time of his Saturn opposition in his youth.
In Spring 2011, Protasevych was nominated for a presidential prize for a work on a cooling system in satellites, which included his own model. Protasevych presented his model at a conference in St. Petersburg dedicated to the Day of Cosmonautics. There he met the Soviet cosmonaut, Gregory Grechko. After finishing school, Protasevych planned to study at A.F. Mozhaysky Military-Space Academy in St. Petersburg. Protasevych was studying at a prestigious Minsk school that focuses on physics and technology.
Then in Summer he met some people that offered him study in Poland, and he fled home… Two years later he was felling Lenin at the Besarabskaya in Kiev. Serving in Azov in the Donbas.
He managed to work in the Radio Liberty and do an internship in the US. I just wanna ask: