Friday, 10 August 2018

Signification of Houses in Astrology

Concerning the body, the significations of each house generally correspond to the significations of the equivalent sign of the zodiac in seriatim i.e. whenever we want to examine the condition of any part of the body, the concerned house and the same number of sign should both be examined. Afflictions to houses likewise cause diseases of the connected parts.

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Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Three Qualities of Zodiac Signs

Each sign relates to one of the three major qualities, called in Western astrology "Cardinal," "Fixed," and "Mutable." In Sanskrit they are called Chara, "active," Sthira, firm or "immovable" and Dwiswabhava, dual or "both natured". These qualities relate to the manner whereby the individual directs his or her energy in life and is often reflected in the nature of the character. These qualities are much like positive (Cardinal), neutral (Fixed), and negative (Mutable) electrical charges. No quality is necessarily better or worse than the others. However, each has its energetic pattern and its characteristic imbalances that an individual dominated by it must master.

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Friday, 23 June 2017

Sun in Ninth House

The Sun symbolizes your essential self, ego, father, right eye, will power, individuality, vitality, government and desire for power. More than any other planet, it represents who you are. It also symbolizes men in general.

9th House (Bhagya Bhava) represents Spirituality, teachers, gurus, fortune, luck, long travels, father, publications, pilgrimages or journeys to gain spiritual knowledge, teaching, college or higher learning, law and lawyers, hips and thighs.

You’re a lifelong seeker who looks to find meaning and to expand your awareness through education, religion, and travel. Everyone talks about having a philosophy of life. You really mean it.

This position brightens the mind and imbues the person with high ideals and lofty ambitions. It makes him generously tolerant of other people’s opinions—noble and kind-hearted. There is an inner urge to solve problems of life and learn the “whys” and “wherefores,” hence the mind turns naturally toward philosophy, religion and law. And as we always excel in the things we love, people with the Sun in the Ninth House make excellent statesmen, lawyers and ministers of God. They shine in all intellectual and scientific pursuits. Their mission often takes them into foreign lands.

Yogi, good morals and good behaviour, leader, astrologer, courageous, comfort of conveyances.

Sun in Eighth House

The Sun symbolizes your essential self, ego, father, right eye, will power, individuality, vitality, government and desire for power. More than any other planet, it represents who you are. It also symbolizes men in general.


8th House: (Mrityu Bhava) represents  Death, transformations, change, surrender, control and manipulation, power struggles, mafia, underworld, dark side, investigation and private investigators, getting to the bottom of things, uncovering the truth, obsessions, disgrace, scandals, bankruptcy, obstacles, surgery, length of life, research, study of metaphysics, mediums, inheritances or money from others such as wills and insurance polices, or tax returns, reproduction organs, elimination organs, and Life force, spiritual practices, intuition, psychic abilities, chronic and long-term sickness, monetary gains from partner, secrets, sexual diseases, misfortunes, accidents.

You’re a profoundly emotional person whose need to explore the mystery of your own psyche brings liberation and transformation. Sex, money, and legacies of all types play a major role in your life.

The Eighth House is the angle of incidence through which the death dealing forces act, and as the Sun is the giver of life it is evident that this position is extremely detrimental as far as vitality is concerned, and it often brings a promising life to an early termination. It also often happens that when genius has gone begging all through life and passed the portal of death in obscurity it gains belated recognition, fame and immortality through this position of the Sun.

As the Second House signifies the financial condition of the person and shows what he does with the money he earns, so the Eighth shows what comes to him apart from his own efforts, that is to say, inheritances, the wealth of the marriage partner, etc. Therefore, the Sun in the Eighth House shows an increase of wealth after marriage but also a tendency of the mate to be over-generous and squander the means.

Bilious troubles, anxiety, short tempered,wealthy, impatient, dull headed.

Sun in Seventh House

The Sun symbolizes your essential self, ego, father, right eye, will power, individuality, vitality, government and desire for power. More than any other planet, it represents who you are. It also symbolizes men in general.

Seventh House represents Relationships, marriage, business partnerships, sexual passions, courts, open enemies, divorce, residence in foreign lands, impotency, desire, kidneys.

Marriage and other partnerships are essential to your identity, though you may bounce back and forth between fear of isolation and fear of commitment. Balancing power is an issue in both personal and professional relationships.

Unhappy conjugal life, sensitive about self-respect, hard hearted, selfish, punished by government, anxiety.

Partnerships are often unsuccessful because of the selfishness of the participants but he who has the Sun in the Seventh House will have no reason to complain in that respect for he will always attract someone with a high sense of honor when in need of a partner, and as marriage is the most intimate of all partnerships, the Sun in the Seventh House is a particularly fortunate position in that respect, because it will bring the person a mate who is absolutely steadfast and true, one who may indeed be depended upon as a help-mate in all the exigencies and vicissitudes of life till death do part.