According to Acharya Indu Prakash, Saturn's buddies are Mercury and Venus, whereas Saturn's adversaries are the Sun, Moon, and Mars.
However, according to another interpretation, Mars is the friend of Saturn, while the Sun, Moon, and Venus are its foes.
The idea that planets influence one another's movements across the sky is as old as civilization itself. Modern scientists have only recently begun to understand how these connections work. They know that the Earth moves around the sun every 2251/3 days, but they don't know why this happens. For example, people used to think that the moon caused the tides because it was full or empty, but now we know this isn't true. The real cause is that the Earth spins on its axis, causing the waters near the surface to rotate with it, creating a force called "gravity." This gravity pulls on the ocean floor and creates the high tide and low tide.
So, if this is true, then maybe there is also a connection between the Earth and other planets in our solar system. In fact, there are many theories about what causes what patterns in the sky. Some theorists believe that planets influence each other directly, such as by physical contact or magnetic fields. Others suggest that different forces are at work for different situations.
Although Saturn and Venus are astrologically excellent friends, Venus dislikes being conjunct with Saturn. Saturn imbues Venus with all of his life characteristics. Saturn represents dissatisfaction in all of the things that Venus represents. Because Venus is optimistic by nature, he believes that everything must be fine with Saturn because they are partners in crime. However, when a conjunction between Venus and Saturn occurs, it usually means that there is trouble ahead for Venus.
When this conjunction happens, try to find out what kind of trouble is coming for Venus. Perhaps he has been careless with money or love, or maybe he just doesn't appreciate how lucky he is. Whatever the case may be, you should try to help him before it's too late.
After the conjunction, take time to reflect on how you can help your friend. You could contact him and remind him of his misfortune, or you could simply sit with him and share some happy times together. No matter what you do, try to provide assistance when Venus needs it most.
Venus and Saturn have also been conjuncted on several occasions within the same chart. This shows that whatever problems might have come up during one conjunction, more will probably arise during the next one. For example, if Venus was recently afflicted with a disease, he might not want to have anything to do with Saturn for some time after that.
Planet Mars The planets Sun, Moon, and Jupiter are all friendly. Mars has an equal connection with Venus, Saturn, and Rahu. While the two Red Planets are friends, they also have enemies who try to bring them harm. These include Pluto, Uranus, and North Korea, respectively.
Planet Venus As well as having an equal connection with Mars, Venus also shares relationships with both Uranus and Neptune. These three planets are known as the "Venus Trojans" because of their ambiguous relationship with Earth. Although there is no evidence that either planet could destroy us, we can't rule out anything so we keep all our ships in orbit.
Planet Mercury The planet closest to the Sun is always on the opposite side of Earth when it orbits around it, which is why we see only one half of Mercury every time it swings by from its journey around the Sun. This half is called the "dark side of Mercury." It's been estimated that if all the water on Earth were drained, the remaining land would be enough to fill up Mercury's dark side.
Planet Earth We live on a small planet inside a small galaxy inside a large cluster of galaxies.
Mars and Jupiter are diametrically opposed, but they are friends.
|Sun||Moon, Mars, Jupiter||Mercury|
|Moon||Sun, Mercury||Mars, Mercury, Venus, Saturn|
|Mars||Sun, Moon, Jupiter||Venus, Saturn|
|Mercury||Sun, Venus||Mars, Jupiter, Saturn|