Microscopy of Transiting Planets (Special Edition) by Baldev Bhatia

In Astrology, the planetary transits are important to understand the effects of planets on an individual at a given moment. Transiting of a planet means movement of that planet from one sign to another, and from one constellation to another. When it enters or makes a connection with any zodiac sign it shows some effects which can be either good or bad. If the influence is good, it brings good or positive changes or events in life. But negative influence gives undesired results. People, who are interested, keep a transit calendar that shows the transit of planets in a given year. Since each planet moves at its respective pace which is different from others, so its time of transit is also different from others.

A planet can also become combust and retrograde which are indicated in the transit calendar. All seven planets (Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn) and two nodes (of Dragon’s Head and Dragon’s Tail) have different movement and time of transits on twelve zodiac signs. Generally, planetary transits of (Dragon’s Head and Dragon’s Tail) or Rahu, Ketu as called in Indian Astrology, along Jupiter and Saturn have long lasting effects. Transits of planets like moon and mercury bring quick changes.

Transit of planets and their effects are always studied with reference to the natal chart of a person. The fixed stars are what make up the constellations or signs. The transiting planets in a chart are where the planets are currently in the sky. As they form aspects to the natal planets in a chart they trigger events in an individual’s life.
While the transits of the two slow moving and powerful planets Saturn & Jupiter are very important as they have a long duration effects, the transits effects of the other planets cannot be ignored – especially for the short duration effects.

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