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ASTROLOGY AND DIVINATION => Astrology Discussions => Topic started by: Nidhi Jadly on April 05, 2010, 09:31:47 PM

Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Nidhi Jadly on April 05, 2010, 09:31:47 PM
If a planet is without strength in D-1 but has strength in D-9 then the planet is strong.

If a combust planet is more than 2 houses far from sun in D-9 then the combust planet is also capable of giving results.

Vargottam planets give benefic results in benefic rashis.

Any planet in the Navamsha of friend or saumya planet then that planet will definitely give auspicious results.

Vargottam planet in Kroor rashi gives result after struggle.

The planet is posited in whichever rashi in D-1, it will be inauspicious in 6,8,12 houses in D-9 from there.

Kroor Planet in 64th navamsha from moon gives death like sufferings.

Planet in 3,6,8 navamsha indicates un-necessary travels, losses, diseases etc.

Presence of Lagna lord & Lagna in shubh rashi & shubh Navamsha indicates soft nature of the native.

It is auspicious if a planet goes to 5 or 9th house in D-9 from the house where it is posited in D-1. It is possible only when the longitudes of the planet will be between 13\'20 to 16\'40 &26\'40 to30\'
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Ravi Varma on April 05, 2010, 10:51:02 PM
cool info
why do many astrologers check only D-9 for marriage purposes
is it soemthing related to position of daara-karak in D-9  or 7th lord in navamsha?
what does retrograde planet denote by its placement in D-9
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Sushma on April 06, 2010, 03:23:20 PM
what does a retrograde planet exalted in navamsha signify ?
and what does a retro planet debilitated in navamsha signify?
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Nidhi Jadly on April 06, 2010, 10:26:02 PM
D-9 not only shows the strength of a planet but it also represents one’s spouse & that is the reason that many astrologers see only this chart for marriage purpose.

Dara karak is a concept in jamini astrology & it is the planet having least longitudes (Rahu & Ketu are not to be considered). Marriage can also take place during dasha-AD of dara karak. Other things can also be seen from it. eg if Dara Karak is deb. Then that native’s spouse may not be very supportive in his endeavours but if there is neech bhanga then initially he might not be supportive but later may agree.

As given in Jatak Parijat , Retro exalted planet gives the result of debilitation & retro deb. planet gives result of exaltation. I’ve seen eg Mer is deb at 15’ in pisces. If retro Mer is more than 15’ in a chart in Pisces then it will give the results of exaltation but less than 15’ then it will behave like a deb planet.
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: veera on June 01, 2010, 09:56:00 PM
[rquote=4527&topic=673&author=Nidhi Jadly]D-9 not only shows the strength of a planet but it also represents one’s spouse & that is the reason that many astrologers see only this chart for marriage purpose.

Dara karak is a concept in jamini astrology & it is the planet having least longitudes (Rahu & Ketu are not to be considered). Marriage can also take place during dasha-AD of dara karak. Other things can also be seen from it. eg if Dara Karak is deb. Then that native’s spouse may not be very supportive in his endeavours but if there is neech bhanga then initially he might not be supportive but later may agree.

As given in Jatak Parijat , Retro exalted planet gives the result of debilitation & retro deb. planet gives result of exaltation. I’ve seen eg Mer is deb at 15’ in pisces. If retro Mer is more than 15’ in a chart in Pisces then it will give the results of exaltation but less than 15’ then it will behave like a deb planet.
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Hi!

I have retro and deb saturn which is vargotama too and it has not given me good results at all.
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Ranjana on June 02, 2010, 12:09:09 PM
[rquote=4527&topic=673&author=Nidhi Jadly]
Dara karak is a concept in jamini astrology & it is the planet having least longitudes (Rahu & Ketu are not to be considered). Marriage can also take place during dasha-AD of dara karak. Other things can also be seen from it. eg if Dara Karak is deb. Then that native’s spouse may not be very supportive in his endeavours but if there is neech bhanga then initially he might not be supportive but later may agree.
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do we need to look at Dara karak or 7th lord of rashi chakra in Navamsa chart to know relation with spouse

Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Nidhi Jadly on October 03, 2010, 06:22:39 PM
Every planet\'s strength has to be confirmed from D-9. If a planet is exalted in D-1 but deb in D-9, it will give the results of debilitation.

If one wants to know the relationship with spouse then see the relation b/w LL & 7L of D-1 & D-9 ie 5-9, 3-11, 4-10, 2-12 or 6-8 relation
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Samantha on October 04, 2010, 10:19:42 AM
Hi
what if a planet is in friendly sign in D1 but exalted in D9, but Retrograde in both?

does a retro planet exalted in D1 or D9 equal to debilitated and vice versa?
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Nidhi Jadly on October 04, 2010, 06:47:41 PM
retrogration is seen only in D-1 as we do not consider \'neech bhang\' in D-9.
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: LEO on October 06, 2010, 11:14:28 AM
thats for the info

i\'ve a friend who has jupiter in neecha in D-1 but uccha in D-9 but also retrograde.
is this planet weak or strong ?
Title: Use of Navamsha
Post by: Nidhi Jadly on October 09, 2010, 10:19:35 AM
You cannot consider only one thing while reading a chart. There are many other things that have to be seen before making a prediction.

I\'ve already given the example of Mer. One has to consider it\'s degrees to decide exaltation or deblitation.