Saturn is the bringer of heavy duties and tough decisions needing to be made. Those events are sure to have a lasting influence, since Saturn takes as long as almost 30 years to return to the sign it has visited.
The planet Saturn enters Sagittarius at Christmas 2014, bringing some serenity despite the joyous season.
In 2015, Saturn retrogrades out of Sagittarius in mid-June, whereby things will momentarily get easier, almost as if all problems have disappeared. But in mid-September, Saturn is back in Sagittarius and remains until the very end of 2017.
During these three years, it is not easy to be a Sagittarius, but on the other hand important goals are reached, a lot gets done, and obstacles are overcome for good. It is straining, but also important.
Deal with Problems EarlyNo other significant planets enter Sagittarius in 2015, so there is nothing else happening with even remotely the same significance as what Saturn causes.
The ones feeling the influence of Saturn the most in 2015 are those Sagittarius born in November, the first decan of Sagittarius, which is what Saturn travels through during this year. But everyone born in this sign will notice the influence of Saturn, more or less.
The best way to deal with it is to accept that it is time to get serious and try to solve the things at hand. There is no escaping it. Nor is there any sense in prolonging the process by delaying decisions and actions.
Most problems are much easier to solve when they appear, at the earliest possible opportunity, and not when they have had the time to swell into a number of dire consequences.
Sagittarius Horoscope ForecastsBy observing the movements of the planets, astrology can reveal certain things about what will happen to Sagittarius during the year - at least some of the most significant events. Here are the astrological forecasts for the Sagittarius Zodiac sign in 2017 and the last few years:
2015 HoroscopesHere are the 2015 horoscope forecasts for each of the twelve Zodiac signs, based on sun sign astrology (your birth sign):