Saturn teaches us about maturity, self-control and the type of behavior we develop in the face of life's trials. By indicating your date, time and place of birth, you find out your Saturn in sign and house (Note: for cities of birth, it is necessary to put the hyphens if there are any):
Saturn often has a bad reputation with astrologers. It is attributed - rightly so - to restraints, constraints, latent pessimism, and even precarious health. If all these effects are, indeed, related to Saturn, too often, we forget the qualities specific to this planet that are rigor, self-discipline, self-control, or stability. Without Saturn, many cards would be unlivable and unbalanced, without maturity or sense of responsibility.
Saturn evokes time, duration, renunciation, and the sense of effort. It expresses weighting, reflection, clarity, perseverance, and precision. It says a lot about the nature of reason, restraint, wisdom, modesty, goals, and ambitions. But it also explains the lack of spontaneity, intransigence, gossip, blockages, and loneliness. By nature, Saturn is not crazy with joy! On the worst days, it tarnishes the chances, situations, and relationships. When boredom and isolation set in, Saturn is likely the cause.
The house in which your native Saturn is located indicates the area where he displays his rigor. If you have Saturn in house 2, money is very important to you, and you have to work hard to get it. If Saturn is in house 5, for you, love is very serious, and it can also indicate that you are attracted by people older than you or who are endowed with a particular maturity.
Notes: Saturn remains two and a half years in each sign, so all people born at that time will have in common how to handle their problems. The areas in which their wisdom applies depend, more individually, on the house occupied by Saturn.