Saturn moves to Sagittarius on 26th Jan 2017 at 18:13 hours and finally transits to its own sign Capricorn on 25th Jan 2020. Since there is a retrograde around June 21st 2017 uptill October 2017, we also consider the complete Transit effects to manifest around October 2017. Hence if you come across people saying Saturn transit is in October 2017, that is still accurate as is the transit happening around Jan 2017.
What to expect from Astropeep.com
We will do our detailed analysis as usual for all 12 rashi/moon sign which will include career, business, health, kids education, money matters, job matters, transfers, promotions, job losses, marriage, progeny, health, accidents, other life factors that need your attention during the sojourn of saturn from 2017-2020.
We will not do this study in isolation, but include the Jupiter transit 2016 that happened in Aug 2016, Rahu-Ketu transit that happened in Jan 2016 along with the major 2.5 yr transit of Saturn (being the dominant one). You can also expect vedic remedies, detailed discounted yearly predictions, mahadasha readings, sade sati readings, lal-kitaab remedies, small acts of charity and donation that are needed from your end to make this transit a smooth one for you all.
Apart from this we will hold our Grand Saturn Transit Homa 2017 for our patrons which we call – “Shani Preethi Homa 2017” (with limited participants only).
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Saturn Transit 2017 in Sagittarius
Saturn turns retrograde in Sagittarius on 7th April and re-enters Scorpio on 21st June 2017. From 21st June to 27th Oct, Saturn continues its journey in Scorpio and transits to Sagittarius yet again on 27th Oct 2017. (This is considered by many as the real peyarchi or transit of Saturn 2017)
In this journey of Saturn, Sade Sati effects will be over for Libra Moon Sign or Thula Rashi natives. Those born in Scorpio Moon sign or Vrischika Rashi will experience the last phase while those born in Sagittarius Moon sign or Dhanur Rashi will go through the peak of Sade Sati. Natives of Capricorn Moon sign or Makara Rashi will begin their first phase of sade sati as Saturn transits to Sagittarius.
8th house transit of Saturn, ‘Ashtama Shani’, would be experiences by natives born in Taurus Moon sign/Vrishabha rashi while 4th house transit, ‘Kantak Shani (choti dhaiyya)’ impact will be experienced by Virgo Moon sign/Kanya rashi natives.
The hands-down winners of this saturn transit 2017 are – Aries Moon sign/Mesha Rashi (end of ashtama shani-8th house), Leo Moon Sign/Simha Rashi (end of kantaka shani-4th house) and Aquarius Moon Sign/Kumbha Rashi, undergoing the 11th house/house of fulfillment of all desires transit of Saturn.(subject to good karma and previous acts of kindness!)
Don’t Fear Saturn- Trust in the flow and work on it.
Saturn demands simplicity, definition, realism, and truth wherever it touches our charts. Saturn in Jupiter’s sign, Sagittarius, is contraction versus expansion in motion. We seek out growth, but Saturn sees to it that we do so in a disciplined manner. Saturn in Sagittarius asks us to take on the responsibility of living according to our personal truths and principles, and to be loyal to these. This is a time for turning a critical eye to those beliefs and principles that don’t accurately reflect our authentic selves.
Saturn invokes a craving for the qualities of whatever sign it inhabits or planet it touches. In Sagittarius, we crave knowledge, wisdom, and life experience/meaning, but it will take some time to get there authentically. Saturn seems to slow things down to a near-stall, and this can be agonizing. Saturn takes its time, and this is a good thing.
The more negative expressions of the sign of Sagittarius, such as excessiveness and irresponsibility, are things that won’t work for us now. These become glaring under Saturn’s stern eye. Saturn demands definitions, structures, and commitments. But for many of us, as soon as something is defined, structured, or committed, we might feel caged, trapped, or limited.
Saturn in Sagittarius can teach us that there is freedom and liberation in abiding by certain rules, and in some level of self-denial. Saturn teaches that freedom is not about escaping our responsibilities nor is it about breaking all the rules. Saturn shows us that we grow through our failures as much as, or perhaps more than, our successes.