Does this make for a very distrustful person? It’s in Pisces.
Bil Tierney, author of Twelve Faces of Saturn, describes Saturn in Pisces (among many other details he discusses in the seven pages he devotes solely to this point) as “The all-inclusive mentality of Pisces can degrade into a sense of paranoia, where we assume everyone is unified in order to plot or scheme against us. Conspiracy fears can be big with this untrusting Saturn. Maybe it’s a case of assuming all people are essentially cold and uncaring, which puts us into a trance of self-pity. Saturn already knows it’s hard enough dealing with surviving in this material world. Why, on top of that, does it also have to defend itself against invisible threats? This is tricky stuff for Saturn. We need to find a sane way to make our Saturn understand that Piscean consciousness need not be scary or overwhelming.
He doesn’t see this lack of trust coming as much from the Seventh House although he notes that the individual with Saturn on the cusp of the 7th or in the 7th will take his/her sweet time before taking that plunge into marriage, since this individual expects marriage to be a forever thing.
Hope that helps.