Saturn: The King Maker by Mridula Trivedi

The book unravels the king maker role of Saturn in addition to Saturn’s significance in timing various vital events of life. This is an unparalled work on the mystiques of Saturn, containing 14 chapters. First two chapters deals with the introduction of Saturn as a member of the solar system and its astrological connotation. Next two chapters describe in detail Saturn’s placement in twelve houses and twelve signs. Introducing various dimensions of different houses of birth chart it proceeds discussing the appropriate result of Saturn’s position in different bhavas at the time of birth. The fifth chapter unravels the different positions of mysterious Saturn, Saturn in ascendant and retrograde profiles, as well as brief discussion on the position of Saturn in 12 houses. Next three chapters deal broadly with the transit of Saturn. The chapter on ‘Saturn: The King Maker’ deals with crux of the theme, the amazing role of Saturn in elevating one to the position of a King, minister, head of the state or of the industries. Last four chapters shed light on the relationship of Saturn with other planets such as Sun and Jupiter which play an important role in deciding events related to marriage, progeny and profession. Thus, the book demystifies the commonly held view about Saturn’s enigmatic character and describes at length its constructive role in molding the basic pattern of life. It is a must read to gain comprehensive knowledge about Saturn and to remove the myths about its malfeasance.

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