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Saturn Transit to Scorpio - Predictions for LEO | Shani Sade Sati & Dhaiya for Simha Rashi


Saturn Transit to Scorpio - Predictions for LEO
(November 2, 2014 to October 26, 2017)

Shani Dev is moving your from 3rd house to 4th house. Natives born with Moon placed in Leo (Simha Rashi) would be under the influence of Shani Dhayya/Small Panoti. No doubt that things will be looking worse with this aspect. Almost one and half year of Saturn Transit is looking much worse and you have to be very careful. Slowly Saturn will drain out your energy and put you in miserable state as the time progress. Majority of your actions may not bear desirable results and you would develop a feeling of dissatisfaction.

Shani Sade Sati and Dhayya Chart for 
Simha Rashi (Leo Moon Sign)
Saturn Transit until the Year 2100 

S.N.

Shani Sade Sati/ Dhaiya (Panoti)

Shani
Rashi

Start  Date

End Date

Phase

1

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Scorpio

November 02, 2014

January 26, 2017

Kantaka Shani

2

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Scorpio

June 21, 2017

October 26, 2017

3

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Pi

March 30, 2025

June 02, 2027

4

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Pi

October 20, 2027

February 23, 2028

5

Sade Sati

Ca

July 13, 2034

August 27, 2036

Rising

6

Sade Sati

Le

August 28, 2036

October 22, 2038

Peak

7

Sade Sati

Vi

October 23, 2038

April 05, 2039

Setting

8

Sade Sati

Le

April 06, 2039

July 12, 2039

Peak

9

Sade Sati

Vi

July 13, 2039

January 27, 2041

Setting

10

Sade Sati

Vi

February 06, 2041

September 25, 2041

Setting

11

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Sc

December 12, 2043

June 22, 2044

12

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Sc

August 30, 2044

December 07, 2046

13

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Pi

May 15, 2054

September 01, 2054

14

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Pi

February 06, 2055

April 06, 2057

15

Sade Sati

Ca

August 24, 2063

February 05, 2064

Rising

16

Sade Sati

Ca

May 10, 2064

October 12, 2065

Rising

17

Sade Sati

Le

October 13, 2065

February 03, 2066

Peak

18

Sade Sati

Ca

February 04, 2066

July 02, 2066

Rising

19

Sade Sati

Le

July 03, 2066

August 29, 2068

Peak

20

Sade Sati

Vi

August 30, 2068

November 04, 2070

Setting

21

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Sc

February 06, 2073

March 30, 2073

22

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Sc

October 24, 2073

January 16, 2076

23

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Sc

July 11, 2076

October 11, 2076

24

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Pi

March 20, 2084

May 21, 2086

25

Dhaiya / Small Panoti

Pi

November 10, 2086

February 07, 2087

26

Sade Sati

Ca

July 03, 2093

August 18, 2095

Rising

27

Sade Sati

Le

August 19, 2095

October 11, 2097

Peak

28

Sade Sati

Vi

October 12, 2097

May 02, 2098

Setting

29

Sade Sati

Le

May 03, 2098

June 19, 2098

Peak

30

Sade Sati

Vi

June 20, 2098

December 25, 2099

Setting

31

Sade Sati

Vi

March 18, 2100

September 16, 2100

Setting


Shani Sade Sati : Rising Phase
This is starting period of Shani's Sade Sati. In this period Saturn will be transiting in 12th house from the Moon. It generally indicates disputes, financial loss, fruitless travel, and poverty. During this period, you may face problems created by others.

Shani Sade Sati: Peak Phase
This is the peak of Shani's Sade Sati. Generally this phase of Saturn is the most difficult one. Saturn transiting over natal Moon indicates health and mental problems, problems in relationship and sorrows. You will find it difficult to achieve gain and success in this period.

Shani Sade Sati: Setting Phase
This is 'setting' period of Shani's Sade Sati. Saturn will be transiting in the 2nd house from the natal Moon. You will start feeling slight relief after having two difficult phases of Sade Sati. Still, misunderstandings and financial stress can be seen during this period.

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