Saturn is finally entering in Sagittarius on 26th October 2017.
A fear enters our mind when we think of Saturn. To some extent, this is true as Saturn behaves like a teacher who is strict in maintaining discipline – who punishes as well as rewards the students as per their performances, deeds and behavior. Like a judge he is also known to give justice according to deeds of the persons. Saturn has an eye on the deeds and conduct of every person and he waits for a particular period to give the results of the same. These periods are popularly known as the period of Saturn like Major period of Saturn (Shani Mahadasha), Minor period of Saturn (Shani Antardasha), Seven and a half year period of Saturn (Sadhe Sati) and Two and a half period of Saturn (Kantak Shani). No one can escape, how great he may be, during these periods if he had performed bad karmas in life. These periods offer an opportunity to the native to balance his sins to make him more pure and pious.
Saturn is a huge and powerful planet in Astrology and is considered to give adverse results. But when placed in beneficial signs and houses, he bestows a person with great wealth and fame. In adverse conditions, this planet gives loss, sorrows, poverty, miseries, accidents and hurdles in life. The native has to work harder with little results.
Those who are born with Scorpio, Sagittarius and Capricorn as their Moon Sign will be under influence of Sadhe Sati.
Those who are born with Taurus and Virgo as their Moon Sign will bear the impact of Kantak Shani. However, the power and placement of the Saturn in natal chart should be taken in to consideration which may amplify or reduce the effect of this Saturn transit.
In the year 2017, Saturn had some positions for being retrograde and direct. Finally, Saturn will transit in Sagittarius Sign from 26th October 2017.
Look at your Moon Sign and find detailed astrological predictions of Mighty Saturn transit in Sagittarius at our other article ‘Effect of Saturn transit in Sagittarius from January 26, 2017 on your Rashi‘ where he will stay from 26th October 2017 to 23rd January 2020.