Saturn Transits

Wow, I found this handy little Saturn transit calculator!

Here's mine:
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Saturn in Transit: Boundaries of Mind, Body, and Soul
By Erin Sullivan

Saturn Transits:
Natal Saturn to Saturn Square (Birth-7)
Saturn Square to Saturn Opposition (7-14)
Saturn Opposition to Saturn Square (14-21)
Saturn Square to Saturn Return (21-29)
Saturn Return to Saturn Square (29-36)
Saturn Square to Second Saturn Opposition (37-44)
Second Saturn Opposition to Second Saturn Return (45-52)
Second Saturn Return to Onwards (53 to from age 59)

Read about the whole Saturn Cycle:

Age 7: First Saturn Square
The child begins to really socialize during this SATURN cycle. Children also start to break away from the tight control of their parents. Most kids gain some independence and a few could survive by themselves well . The later part of this cycle is when a real sex education should begin, actually the earlier the better. The huge number of Teenage Pregnancies in the United States is utterly ridiculous and a social travesty.
Age 14: First Saturn Opposition
HORMONES! Puberty is the beginning of this SATURN cycle. The child normally grows to full adult size during this period and has to adjust to all the hormonal changes it's body is going through including the possibility of becoming a parent. Learning social skills and mental development is what Mother Nature has in mind for this time frame.
Age 21: Saturn Square
Near the end of this SATURN cycle a human being finally becomes a psychological adult, i.e. breaks away from it's parent's influences and really understands both responsibility and begins it's own life. A period when most people should begin their careers after an apprenticeship period. But instead many human beings are starting a family while they themselves are still too young to be responsible enough. It's really hard for any person to know who they really are until this cycle is over. The keyword is experience and it has many advantages.
Age 29: First Saturn Return
Most work very hard at their chosen careers and/or family's during SATURN'S second go-around. This SATURN cycle is the time when the majority should begin their family's, after their careers have "come together", the really smart people follow this pattern. But most actually started a family 10 years earlier. As the end of this cycle approaches some people begin to find a health problem or two. It is also a point in many peoples lives when they begin to realize that they have limitations.
Age 37: Saturn Square (echoes age 7)
During this SATURN cycle is the point when a lot of people realize that their life is 1/2 over and if they want something in that LIFE, they had better do it soon or forget it. For men in particular as 40 approaches this has been the time when many seem to go into a second childhood [at least that's what is incorrectly thought by most people]. These people are just reaching for their true goals. Today women can use the same excuse to make significant changes in their lives.
Age 44: Second Saturn Opposition (echoes age 14)
This SATURN cycle is the "minor" power and wealth age. Many corporate and political type individuals begin to achieve their goals but must watch their health. Go-getter's who are climbing the ladder of success sometimes die of stress related diseases at this point in their lives. Stress management is very important to all.
Age 52: Second Saturn Return (echoes age 29)
This is the end of the second SATURN transit of the Zodiac and today it is also the life expectancy of some adults. It's the distinguished power age and the major wealth age. This is the point in LIFE where many make their highest achievements, that is unless you are a politician or entertainer.

also check Saturn transits through houses:

Saturn transits in aspect to natal planets:

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and now work at Western Psychological and Counseling Services in Gladstone and at Seth Lewelling Elementary.  I am a Certified Hypnotist and Certified Past Life Regression Facilitator. I am also an astrologer and Reiki Master.  I'm a graduate of Reed College (BA Psychology '87) and Portland State University (MSW '90). I work with children, teens, adults, parents, groups.

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