The ability to bring forth, to make a man safe, to make a man powerful, and to cause success of petitions with princes and powers.
Marsilio Ficino and others also associated Saturn with intellectuals, whose minds are more lofty and divine than those of common folk. This is because Saturn is the highest planet in occult cosmology and therefore closest to God.
Gains and riches, favor and love, peace, concord, appeasement of enemies, confirmation of honors, dignities and counsels, and dissolving of enchantments.
Potency in war, judgments and petitions; victory against enemies, terribleness toward enemies, and stopping of blood.
Being renowned, amiable, acceptable; potency in all works, equaling a man to kings and princes, elevation to high fortunes, and success in all endeavors.
Encouraging concord, ending strife, procuring a woman’s love, aiding in conception, working against barrenness, causing ability in generation, dissolving of enchantments, causing peace between men and women, making all kind of animals fruitful, curing melancholy, causing joyfulness, and bringing good fortune.
Rendering the bearer grateful and fortunate to do what he pleases, bringing gain, preventing poverty, helping memory, understanding and divination; and encouraging occult understanding through dreams.
Rendering the bearer grateful, amiable, pleasant, cheerful, and honored; removing malice and ill will, security during travel, increase of riches, bodily health, and the driving away of enemies and other evil things.
Information from Henry Cornelius Agrippa in his Three Books of Occult Philosophy, via about.com.