Effects of the Moon in Signs.
The moon in Aries :- The natal Moon in Aries will give value, happiness and fame, many females, progeny and servants. The person’s body will reflect the brilliance of gold. He will have weak knees, be not well-disposed to his brothers and sisters, will have many sons, be subdued by his spouse, will enjoy firm wealth, and will have a scar on his head. His fame will be wide-spread.
The Moon in Taurus: The natal Moon in Taurus will make one proud. The person will acquire an agreeable spouse,. He will wear a smiling look, speak sparingly, be fortunate, radiant, will eat a lot, will wear good robes, be a great man and will gather wealth. He will have a broad chest, will acquire daughters, will enjoy pleasures in the middle and end of his life and be attractive in appearance. He will enjoy happiness by performing good deeds.
The Moon in Gemini: If the Moon is found in the sign Gemini at birth, the person will have sweet speech. He will be skilled in exorcising (or employment of spell for malevolent purposes).The person will in addition be an expert in the art of sexual enjoyments. He will be tall, with a prominent nose and be charming in appearance. Authorship, writing, poetry etc. will be the fields of his specialization. He will lose his mother early and be brought up by another woman. He will be ready to help others.
The Moon in Cancer: With the Moon at birth in Cancer, the person will be bold in his deeds, be very intelligent and be a brilliant speaker. He will be good-looking with an attractive face, be learned, very wise and broad-minded. He will have deep knowledge of arts and ancient Sastras, and be fond of scented articles, sports played in water, swimming etc. He will earn fame, properties and vehicles. He will be lustful and will have increasing and decreasing fortunes. He will be a specialist in astrology and related fields.
The Moon in Leo: Should the Moon at birth be in Leo, the subject will be highly energetic, honoured and will have a face resembling that of a lion. His physique will be broad and stout. He will be fond of meat, impatient and troubled by hunger. One will promote quarrels in the family and will incur disorders of the abdomen and teeth. He will be munificent, will possess small and yellowish eyes, will have enmity with females and will have limited progeny.
The Moon in Virgo: If the Moon at birth be in Virgo, the person will deliver auspicious and sweet words, be modest, fond of women, will have a soft physique, be learned and will cause pleasure to gentle people.
Notes: The person will further enjoy excellent fortunes, will possess worthy daughters and will enjoy various pleasures with women. He will be a sacred soul and be a scholar.
The Moon in Libra: One with the natal Moon in Libra will be very liberal, eloquent, energetic, intelligent, will render gentle advices (showing good path), pure, modest, fortunate and attractive.
Notes: Further, the subject will be successful in trading or rearing quadrupeds. He will be wealthy and will perform meritorious acts.
The Moon in Scorpio: The native with the Moon in Scorpio will be plentiful, heroic, adventurous, famous, ever gaining royal honours, be cruel, interested in injuring (or damaging) others and fierce in disposition.
Notes: The native will have thievish habits, be miserly, be troubled by diseases in childhood, be not well-related to his kinsfolk, be attached to others’ females and will run the risk of losing wealth due to gambling and royal (or governmental) wrath. He will invite quarrels. At the end, he will meet with bad death.
The Moon in Sagittarius: If the natal Moon is sign Sagittarius, the native will acquire honour from the rulers. He will be youthful, will have an exalted history, be heroic, pure, truthful, modest, wealthy and devoted to elders. One will be skilful in music and many other arts and sciences. He will have knowledge of Vastu Sastra, sculpture etc., be short-statured and fond of living near river etc.
The Moon in Capricorn: If the Moon at birth be in Capricorn, the person will be fond of foreign or distant lands, forests, watery areas, music and jokes. He will wear good dress, be famous and attached to others’ females.
Notes: The term “Vana” vide the first line has been interpreted as “distant land” although it means: distant land, forests, fountains etc. “Aranya” is taken for forest.
The Moon in Aquarius: One with the natal Moon in Aquarius will be very irascible, will enjoy less happiness, be emaciated, will need to be maintained (by others), be narrowminded, will commence many undertakings but will achieve none, will have (helpful) kinsfolk and will cheat his elders.The person will adopt a child, be addicted to intoxicants, ever in grief, skillful in Vastu Sastra, sculpture etc., highly intelligent and will have enemies galore.
The Moon in Pisces: If the Moon at birth is in Pisces, the subject Will be reliable, scholarly, very wealthy, bashful, considerate, modest and sweet in speech. Further he will be attached to many women, will serve the king (or men of great power), be skilful in music, attractive in appearance, will win over a wealthy woman, and will achieve scholarship in ancient disciplines of study.
The Moon in the Ascendant: One with the Moon in the ascending sign will be devoted to virtues, i.e. virtuous, attached to righteousness, will receive honours from rulers, be grateful, enthusiastic and vigilant.
Effects of the Moon in Decanates.
The Moon in Sun’s Decanate: If the Moon at birth is in the decanate of the Sun, the person will be ever attached to sinful or questionable acts, will have a number of enemies but less energy and less wealth. He will not possess any good qualities. His wealth will only decline, that is, his wealth will not grow. He will be unfortunate and be greedy for others’ possessions.
The Moon in Own Decanate: If the Moon is in her own decanate, the subject will be learned, will have many friends and much wealth, be endowed with sons and kinsfolk, be happy, radiant, and will adore orders issued to him.
The Moon in a Decanate of Mars: The person with natal Moon in a Martian decanate will lose his value, will perform mean deeds, be laden with abundant grief, will have an eye for others’ wealth, and will lose his friends (or be unfriendly to others).
The Moon in Mercury’s Decanate: If the natal Moon is in a decanate ruled by Mercury, the subject will be cheerful, prosperous, learned, endowed with all kinds of good qualities, well-educated and be skillful in various arts.
The Moon in Jupiter’s Decanate: When the Moon comes to occupy a decanate ruled by Jupiter, at birth, say that the person will be interested in Sastras, be virtuous, praised (even) by mean and unfriendly people, be less irascible, fond of guests and be highly devoted to gods and Brahmins.
The Moon in a Decanate of Venus: If the Moon occupies a decanate of Venus, the native will be endowed with excellent conveyances, dear to women, truthful, liberal, be a lord of arts, and be highly worshiped by the king.
The Moon in Saturn’s Decanate: If the Moon at birth is in a decanate of Saturn, the person will incur diseases, be pitiable, indigent, ugly, sinful, very unfortunate and very harsh in speech.
Effects of the Moon in Navamsas.
The Moon in Leo Navamsa: If the Moon is in Leo Navamsa at birth, the person will be wicked, ofunstable disposition concerning females, sinful, ever subjected to huge losses and gains, and defeated by others.
The Moon in Cancer Navamsa: One with the. Moon in Cancer Navamsa will be beautiful, fortunate, virtuous, agreeable to women, endowed with all good qualities, learned, modest and dear to people.
The Moon in a Navamsa of Mars: If the Moon is in Aries or Scorpio in Navamsa, the subject will be troubled by blood disorders, a eunuch, emaciated, diseased, will enjoy less happiness, unfortunate concerning spouse, and ever lustful.
The Moon in Mercury’s Navamsa: If the Moon is in Gemini or in Virgo in Navamsa, the person will be ever cheerful, will enjoy much general happiness, devoted to friends, gods and elders, very opulent, and a scholar of a great order.
The Moon in Jupiter’s Navamsa: One with the Moon in Sagittarius or Pisces Navamsa will enjoy the strength ofjust and truthful disposition. He will be learned, modest, best of his friends, fond of Brahmins and be free from fear of diseases.
The Moon in a Navamsa of Venus: If the Moon is in Taurus or Libra Navamsa, the native will be very rich, endowed with sons, meritorious, fond of guests and will cause happiness to one and all.
The Moon in Saturn’s Navamsa: If the Moon is in Capricorn or Aquarius in Navamsa, the person will speak highly wicked words and be crooked in disposition. He will be fond of others’ wealth and will have vices.
Effects of the Moon in Dvadasamsas
The Moon in Sun’s Dvadasamsa : One with the Moon in Leo Dvadasamsa will incur much fear and be grieved. He will be without friends, kindly disposed to others, very indolent and ungrateful.
The Moon in Own Dvadasamsa: If the Moon is in Cancer. in Dvadasamsa, the person will be wealthy, an eloquent speaker, and will have less enemies and auspicious progeny. He will enjoy many superior conveyances and will not involve in factionalism. ‘Paksha” has meanings like faction, shoulder, wing, side etc. etc.
The Moon in Martian Dvadasamsa: If the natal Moon is in Aries or Scorpio Dvadasamsa, the person will enjoy abundant happiness, be discerning, will enjoy pleasures, perform good deeds and be virtuous.
The Moon in Mercury’s Dvadasamsa: One with the Moon in Gemini or Virgo Dvadasamsa will be happy, will have knowledge of crafts, will perform wonderful deeds, be fond of guests and be very famous.
The Moon in Jupiter’s Dvadasamsa: If the Moon is in Sagittarius or Pisces in Dvadasamsa, the person will adore attractive dresses, will enjoy royal favours, be modest and endowed with wonderful conveyances and many friends.
Moon in Venusian Dvadasamsa: One with the Moon in a Dvadasamsa of Venus, i.e. in Taurus or in Libra Dvadnsamsa, will be modest, will earn royal favours and thereby become wealthy, be plentiful and will possess elephants, horses and plenty of food and drinks.
Trimsamsa Effects of the Moon
The Moon in Martian Trimsamsa: One with the Moon in the Trimsamsa portion of Mars will be unfaithful. He will vigorously follow the school of Kaulas, will wear dirty and torn clothes, interested in mean men, will incur disorders of blood, be given to anger and be triumphant. the native will be what is called Vaamachara Tantrika.
The Moon in Saturn’s Trimsamsa: the native having the Moon in the Trimsamsa portion ruled by Saturn will not be good-looking, be garrulous, illustrious (or shining forth),triumphant, and ever interested in blaming others.
The Moon in Jupiter’s Trimsamsa: One with the Moon in the Trimsamsa portion ruled by Jupiter will be learned, will earn fame in the world (i.e. be widely famous), be very rich and close to the ruler.
The Moon in Mercury’s Trimsamsa: If the Moon at birth be in the Trimsamsa portion of Mercury, the subject will be pure, dissatisfied, dear to women, skilful in music, fond of guests and be ever liberal in disposition.
The Moon in Venus’ Trimsamsa: If the Moon at birth occupy the Trimsamsa portion ruled by Venus, the native will be very valorous, disposed to do meritorious acts, will own horses and other conveyances, be merciful and ever interested in virtuous people.
The Moon with Other Kinds of Strengths.
The Moon with Mitra Bala: If the Moon is endowed with Mitra Bala, the native will have several friends and be liked by them. He will be strong due to royal favours, be highly educated, interested in gentle people and be bashful.
The Moon with Sthaana bala: Should the Moon attain Sthaana Bala, the person will be endowed with plenty of females (i.e. associated with many females). He will receive honours in his birth region, interested in befriending others, very peaceful and live like a king.
The Moon with Uchcha Bala: The Moon endowed with exaltation strength will give the following effects. The native will perform highly excellent deeds, will possess undiminished energy, attached to Brahmins and Gods, endowed with many horses and be ever plentiful.
The Moon with Navamsa Bala: Should the Moon possess this strength, the subject will acquire progeny and conveyances, be bereft of diseases, will possess a soft physique, will enjoy abundant pleasures and be Skilful in various arts.
The Moon with Beneficial Aspect: If the Moon I »egets a beneficial aspect, the subject will be free from fear, be an excellent personage, endowed with elephants and horses, be heroic, very enthusiastic and prosperous.
The Moon with Yugma Rasi (or Stri Kshetra): If the Moon is endowed with thisstrength, the person will conquer his foes, will be rich for his virtues, endowed with abundant food and wealth, be liked by women and be endowed with great perception.
The Moon with Digbala: Should the Moon earn Digbala, the native will win over his enemies, be endowed with progeny and kinsfolk, very wealthy, an abode of numerous virtues, dear to women and highly honourable.
The Moon with Cheshta Bala: The Moon earning this strength will give the following effects. The person concerned will have numerous friends, be free from health disorders, be highly learned in Sastras, truthful, modest and be devoted to divine worship.
The Moon with Ratri Bala: If the Moon is endowed with Ratri Bala (Cf. Diva Ratri Bala), the native will be great, be highly radiant, endowed with various kinds of robes, food and drinks, be prosperous and be exceedingly charitable.
The Moon with Dina (Vara) Bala: Should the Moon be with this strength, the native will ever have many friends, will possess a pleasing body, be famous and will plentifully enjoy various kinds of wealth, articles and learning.
The Moon with Hora Bala: If the Moon is endowed with Hora Bala, the person will have an odd physique, be skilful, liked by his elders, very enduring, endowed with agricultural pursuits and will have many sons and daughters.
The Moon with Masa Bala: The Moon with strength on this count will make the person active. He will be a liberal donor (lit. Kalpa Vriskha, or the celestial tree granting any boon to the seeker without ever refusing), be plentiful, be knowledgable craftsman, famous, will acquire a fond of guests and be a gracious person.
The Moon with Varsha Bala: The native will be heralded by praise-singers, interested in auspicious deeds, fond of enjoying pleasures with superior women and be away from sinful men.
The Moon without Mitra Bala: Should not the Moon earn this strength, the subject will be pitiable, will argue with others, be very indolent, given to vices, and will face loss of wealth and energy.
The Moon without Sthaana Bala: If the Moon is without Sthaana Bala, the subject will be very miserable, humiliated, bereft of royal honours, emerated, pale and be with evil friends.
The Moon without Uchcha Bala: If the Moon does not enjoy this strength, the native will be miserly, interested in base men, bereft of energy, highly libidinous and will undergo various kinds Of miseries.
The Moon without Navamsa Bala: If the Moon is bereft of Navamsa Bala, the person will be unjust, wicked, ungrateful, and troubled by diseases and royal wrath.
The Moon without Beneficial Aspect: If the Moon without beneficial aspect, the person will be ugly, will year rags, be fierce, miserly, interested in sinful deeds and will have strong arms.
The Moon without Yugma Rasi Bala: If the Moon does not get this strength, the person will be ever sinful, unfortunate, bereft of respect for Brahmins and gods, will have no energy and be a troubled soul.
The Moon without Digbala: If the Moon ioses on this count, the native will be interested in going to distant lands (out of distress), will wander aimlessly, be unfortunate, will perform mean deeds, be unkind and bereft of sons and friends.
The Moon without Cheshta Bala: Should the Moon be without Cheshta bala, the native will be ever involved in evil deeds, will show hatred to others, interested in others’ wives and be bereft of royal honours.
The Moon with Ratri Bala: If the Moon is this strength (Cf. Diva Ratri Bata), the native will be troubled by eye disorders. He will possess stolen wealth and quadrupeds, be blamed by womenfolk, distressed and wicked.
The Moon without Vara Bala: If the Moon is without Vara Bala, the person will face various kinds of harm. He will be in servitude, devoid of righteousness and happiness, will eat others’ food and will håve numerous blemishes.
The Moon without Hora Bala: If the Moon is without Hora Bala, the native will be a great fool, will undergo distress, be bereft of wealth but interested in friends. He will have many enemies. without Sthaana Bala, the subject will be very miserable, humiliated, bereft of royal honours, emaerated, pale and be with evil friends.