What are the interpretations of the Saturn in the 5th house of the natal chart? And how does this manifest itself in life?
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Saturn in the 5th house

 The planets in the Fifth house of the horoscope give a person the desire to reveal their creative abilities, but Saturn , which has a limiting nature, brings some nuances to the general situation. 

The owner of Saturn in the 5th house can be too shy and insecure. The need to appear on stage, go out, perform in public can cause him negative psychological states. Read more

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SATURN IN THE FIFTH HOUSE when well-aspected by the Sun and Jupiter would be good for speculation in the things that are ruled by Saturn: houses, lands and mines. This position and its aspects would also give the person a chance of appointment to public office, especially in matters connected with education. 

If Saturn is afflicted in the Fifth House it indicates trouble, disappointment and delay in courtship, particularly during the earlier years, or else the affections are centered upon someone who is much older than the person whose horoscope is being judged. It decreases the number of children and indicates probable death of those who are born, also that they will bring a great deal of trouble to the person.

Max Heindel

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A Fifth House Saturn suggests that your career or area of responsibility in the world relates in some way to personal creative projects, love affairs and children. In order to succeed in your social position in the world you will have to gain knowledge and expertise associated with the proper use of personal power, creative self-expression and control of the ego.

Life-experience will force you to learn valuable lessons related to the development of a proper sense of values in dealing with matters of creative self-expression, romantic relationships, parenthood, social life and control of your environment generally. Many related confrontations will be afforded to help hasten the restructuring process. Critical examination of the self and ones ulterior motives is required in order to develop a fully-integrated personality. Your profession may deal with investments in lands and property or speculative ventures relating to art, music, schools, places of entertainment or stockbroking.
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