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The telling of mythic tales has regularly been a robust kind of remedy, bringing therapeutic to humans dealing with adversity. The greatness of Saturn is the sort of healing fantasy, advised and retold via many centuries. Taken from the East Indian Vedic culture, it honors the planet Saturn, who personifies time, boundaries, loss, and all types of adversity.

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