Saturn will enter Scorpio Rashi on 2nd November, 2014 at 2054 hours in the constellation of Shatabhisha and transiting Moon in Aquarius and will transit there for around two and half years thereafter. The effect of Saturn’s transit on different Rashis will be as follows:
This transit of Saturn is inauspicious as it causes loss of health, wealth and material comforts. Investment in stock market and any sort of gambling is not at all advised. There is likelihood of litigation, imprisonment or loss of reputation, if remedial measures are not taken. Take care of your eye-sight and attend your stomach complaint immediately.
Dilemma, depression and/or disease of secret part are a few results of this unfavorable transit of Saturn. Your spouse may also have to face severe health problems. You may have to leave your present job or change your profession. If possible, postpone your travel plans as you may meet an accident while in travel.
Auspicious time is ahead of you to enjoy good health, wealth and esteem. Owning your own home may become the reality for some of you. Marital pleasure will be in abundance. Enemies will be defeated. All the pending government matters will be solved in your favour.
You are going to feel dearth of money and decline in comforts. Investment in stock market is not advised. It’s better to postpone long journeys. No marital bliss during this transit. Health of son will be a cause of concern. There are chances of accident; so drive carefully.
This transit of Saturn through your Rashi is inauspicious. Losses in trade and business will put you in a state of depression. Unexpected transfer is indicated, if in service. Your mother may have to face severe health problems. Not a favorable period for those involved into politics. Beware of your enemies as they may try to make your life uncomfortable.
You are going to enjoy health, wealth and prosperity during this transit of Saturn. All your efforts will yield good results. You are going to enjoy great time, if married. You may have multiple sources of income. Business tours will be rewarding for the exporters. Moving to your own home might become a reality for many of you.
There is loss of money and no success in your endeavours during this transit of Saturn. Don’t lose temper at work-place otherwise there is danger of loss of job or getting implicated in disciplinary action. You may face continuous health problems, especially eye-trouble. Don’t neglect your wife’s health, if married.
The transit of Saturn through your Rasi is inauspicious as it makes you inactive physically and mentally. All your efforts go in vain. There is likelihood of injury from weapon, stone or fall from height. There is fear of penalty or punishment, if government matters are not handled properly and timely.
The fortune turns away its face from many of you during this transit of Saturn. All the efforts prove to be futile. A few of you may have to stay away from your near and dear ones. Health of children causes some concern. Don’t get trapped by luring plans of someone close to you. Have a check on your increased expenditure.
This transit of Saturn is auspicious for you as all your efforts bring fruits. Source of income will increase. You may get promoted, if in service. Relatives and friends will lend a great support. Speculative deals will be rewarding. Marital bliss will be in abundance. Birth of a daughter is likely, if married.
This transit of Saturn is unfavorable for you. You may change your present employment or profession due to troubles or impediments. Chances of demotion are likely, if in government service. No marital bliss during this transit. Remain alert as false accusations, scandals and humiliations are foreseen during this transit.
There is marked decline in income during this transit of Saturn. There is also failure in efforts and consequently mental unrest. You may incur bitterness of relatives and displeasure of friends resulting depression. Your father may have to face severe health problems. Separation from the family for some time is also indicated.
© Gulab Jain
November 01, 2014
Posted from Bangalore (Karnataka) India