This sections deals with various aspects related to Sade Sati of Saturn. It explains how Sade Sati is formed in a horoscope, what are its malefic effects for the native and it also explains how the native may benefit from Sade Sati when it turns good for him. This section will further deal with the good as well as bad effects of Sade Sati for different Moon signs, starting from Aries and going to Pisces; with placement of Moon in each sign as well as in each house. It means we will discuss the possible good and bad effects of Sade Sati for Aries Moon when Moon is placed in first house, second house, third house……………… twelfth house. Likewise, we will discuss its malefic or benefic effects for Taurus Moon in twelve houses, Gemini Moon in twelve houses…………….. Pisces Moon in twelve houses. We will also discuss remedies to reduce the malefic effects of Sade Sati of Saturn in a horoscope, through the articles published in this section.
Saturn can punish you by entering your timeline in many ways and one of these ways is called Sade Sati of Saturn. In Vedic Astrology; it is believed that when Saturn enters the sign which is the twelfth sign from your Moon sign; Sade Sati of Saturn starts and it comes to an end when it leaves the sign which is second to your Moon sign. It means Sade Sati of Saturn remains effective while Saturn transits through the twelfth sign from Moon, the Moon sign and the second sign from Moon. For example, if Moon is placed in the sign of Capricorn in your birth chart, Capricorn is your Moon sign. Accordingly; when Saturn enters Sagittarius during its transit through twelve signs of zodiac; your Sade Sati has started. Saturn will now transit through Sagittarius, Capricorn and then Aquarius. Once it leaves Aquarius; your Sade Sati has finished. Saturn moves through a sign in about 30 months which is about two and a half years. Hence it takes about seven and a half years for Saturn to move through these three signs. Hence the meaning of Sade Sati is the transit of Saturn through three specific signs relative to the Moon sign in a horoscope; over a period of seven and a half years.
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