The Sesquiquadrate: This is considered as an unfavorable aspect and this occurs when two planets are 135 degrees apart from each other. This causes irritation, discord and disharmony with others.
The Semi Sextile: This is considered somewhat favorable aspect and this occurs when two planets are 30 degrees apart. This eventually brings good results but only after lots of efforts and struggle.
The Semi Square: This is considered unfavorable aspect like Square and this occurs when two planets are 15degrees apart from each other.
The Quincunx/Inconjunct: This is also considered as an unfavorable aspect. It gives mixed results and sometimes unexpected misfortunes. This occurs when two planets are 150 degrees apart from each other.
The Vedic Chart and Western charts are different. Vedic chart is based on Sidereal Zodiac where as Western chart is based on Tropical Zodiac. The bottom line of difference between the two systems is that all parameters of planet’s co- ordinates in Western chart will be 23 and half degrees ahead from their co- ordinates in the Vedic chart. There is no point in going into the debate which is more authentic or more accurate. Both systems are means to reach the truth.
As per Western system, Saturn had already moved into Virgo on 4th January, 2008 and will transit through it for next 2 and half years, whereas as we have mentioned as per Vedic astrology Saturn will move to Virgo on 9th September, 2009 and will transit through it for next 2 and half years.