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First House:

Physical stature, general appearance, character and temperament, complexion, form and shape, constitution , action, will, ventures Fifth child; mother-in-law, great grandchildren, childhood in general Important for matters concerning health; one should examine the 1st, 3rd, and 8th houses to ascertain the probable life span Health, vitality and energy, habitual thinking, natural disposition and tendencies; personality and struggle for life, success or failure in attempts. Head and upper part of the face; brain, skin, acne, brain, breath Name, fame, reputation. Happiness or misery Demise of partner, speculative activities of father General candor, dignity and honor, general well-being and prosperity. People in the country, person asking the question. Virtues, longevity View occupants and aspects to Ascendant to determine fortunes and misfortunes in life Appropriating other's money, gambling on other's money. Gains and profits to younger siblings; fame , reputation, and patrimony of mother. Higher studies, life in a foreign place or connection with stranger's to native's children, danger to maternal uncle, speculation of father, neighbors of elder siblings and elder siblings short journeys.

In Horary, the first house represents the person who is asking the question

Second House:

Artha (wealth) house, food, right eye, face, neck, glands, nape of the neck, throat and throat ailments Speech and ability to express his/her thoughts verbally, family, close relatives of the native: (grandmother and grandfather, wife, mother, children, brothers, sisters, all close relatives).

Voice and vocal chords Money matters, currency, fortune, profit and gain or loss, one's power and resources, worldly attainments, possessions of value, jewelry, precious stones and metals, documents, bonds, securities, stocks and shares, promissory notes, mortgages, bank balances, and exchangeable negotiable assets, law suits, extravagant or economical, loans, money lent or borrowed, national wealth, banking activities, revenue, money of the querist.

Efforts in acquisition of wealth, miserliness or liberality, rank, position. Share of profits to partner. Death of individual, common diseases of the natives father.

Ability to express one's thoughts, softness of speech, oratorical abilities. One's reputation regarding sports. Second marriage. The second house is eighth to the seventh (representing the first wife), and normally after the death of the first wife one marries for a second time. (Some Astrologer's prefer to use the eighth for the second marriage, as the eighth is seventh [spouse] from the second, which is the death of the first marriage.

Vision or power of observation, right eye, memory, imagination, nails, tongue, nose, teeth, cheeks and chin. Protection of others, family members, close dependents. Clothes, gold, good silver, pearls, rubies, minerals, corn, cereals. Gains to native, but losses to younger siblings and their changes, mother's gains and her elder siblings,, profession and success of children, long journey to maternal uncle, purchase of a house, land, or vehicle by elder siblings.

Danger to partner, death of partner Illness of grandchildren

Third House:

Mental inclinations, ability, memory, intellect, inclination to study, restlessness, mental confusion. Arms, fingers, dexterity, adaptability, co-ordination, hands, throat, shoulder blade, collarbone, nervous system, lungs Correspondence, communications, books, letters, papers, writings, accounting, mathematics, press Courage, firmness, valor, bravery, prowess and heroism. Younger brothers and sisters, cousins, kindred, casual acquaintances, neighbors, short travel. Eating unspoiled or pure foods, edible roots and fruits. Vehicles, bicycle, bus, train, or railway, boats, car trips, boat trips. Rumors, gossiping, carrying tall tales. Post Office, telephone, TV, telegraph, radio, telecommunications, computer, airmail. Library, bookstore, mediator, messenger, reporter, publicity officer, editor, journalist. Change of residence, signature, signing contracts or agreements. Neighboring countries, treaties, roadside places, partition of property. Illness of Mother-in-Law Father-in-Law Children of friends

Fourth House:

Mother, ones home, home life, residence, domestic environment, grave Breasts, digestive organs, digestion, lung problems Emotional disturbances Conditions at the end of life, one's final illness; illness of friends Private affairs, secrets and secret life House, fields, pastures, farms, mines, immovable personal property, property damage from floods Real Estate, buildings, ancient dwellings, monuments, Banks, schools, colleges, public buildings, mansions, entrance into a house False allegations, trust Small wells, water, milk, ponds Vedic and secret texts, herbs, caves Where stolen property is kept Graves, hidden things

Fifth House:

Progeny, inclinations, pleasures, artistic talents Gains to wife, gains to business, partners luck Recreation, entertainment, amusement, sports Romance, courtship, love affairs Acting, drama, music, dance Cards, crossword puzzles, games Lottery, gambling, stock market, Banquets, festive occasions Kidnap, rape, licentiousness Good morals, discrimination between virtue and sin Chanting of Vedic hymns and mantras, religiousness, spiritual practices Wisdom, profound learning Enormous riches

Sixth House:

House of sickness, disease, exhaustion Dietary habits, food, food allergies, digestive nerves, colon, untimely meals Clothing, hygiene, sanitation Favorable results in competition Debts or borrowing money, miserliness Employees, tenants, servants, subordinates Enemies, obstacles in any undertaking Maternal uncle, short journeys of the mother

Insanity, intense anguish, incessant eye trouble Theft, calamity, prison Purchase or sale of conveyance by younger brother or sister Sanitation and public health Loss to the partner, investment or purchases made by the partner, loss to the partner Separation from the partner, secret enemies of the partner Occupation or business of the partner Danger to ones elder brother or sister

Seventh House:

House of marriage, union, or legal ties Those with whom the native transacts Litigation, duels, arbitrations, war and foreign affairs, open warfare Fines, divorces, legal bondage, contracts Break of journey, influence in foreign countries, honor and reputation achieved there Danger to longevity Recovery of lost property, description of the thief International relationships, international trade, public meetings Mothers immovable property, mothers vehicle Adopted child Second Born Secret enemies danger, difficulties, death Badhakasthana for people born in Dual (Mutable) Signs (Ge/Vi/Sg/Pi) Associates and friends of father, partnership with fathers friend

Eighth House:

Longevity or span of life House of Death Second marriage, eighth being seventh [spouse] from the second - eighth [death] from seventh [marriage] - with second being eighth to the seventh. Some Astrologer's prefer to use the second house for the second marriage; please reference second house information above.

Inheritance, legacies, wills, insurance, gratuity, unearned wealth, dowry Death natural or unnatural, drowning, fire Accident, suicide Mystery and misery, misfortune, sorrow and strife, worries and privations Delay and dejections, disappointments and defeat, loss and obstruction Blame and ill-repute, danger from enemies, corruption

Wrong actions, theft, robbery, fighting Surgeons, medical officers, health inspectors Slaughter houses, butchers, coroners Public mortality and death rate Infection, flood, famine, fire, diseases Earthquakes, natural calamities or grief Financial relations with foreign countries, the nations exports and imports Surrender or loss, debts due to foreign countries, territory of another country Public loans, public debts and interest rates, deficit budget Estate duties and public sales Insurance money of the deceased Difficulties in journeys

Ninth House:

Wisdom, faith and divine worship, devotion to God, higher communications Religious and philosophical beliefs, philosophy, devotion Fortune, invention, discovery, exploration Churches, temples, mosques, places of worship, pilgrimage to holy places Meditation, intuition, spiritual preceptors, dreams and visions Father, Guru, short trips involving spouse Legal arbitration, law, legal departments Immigration and emigration Long journeys, air travel, sea voyages Publishing of books, long distance communications International affairs, import and export, national trade, circulation of money Charities, visits to holy places sacrifice, good conduct, penance Wells, tanks, water sheds, vehicles of servants Childrens pleasures and speculative benefits ; pleasures derived from sports (5th from the 5th) Mothers illness, spouse of younger sibling (brother or sister in-law), friends to elder sibling Hospitalization of Mother-in-Law Badhakasthana for people born in Fixed Signs (Ta/Le/Sc/Aq)

Tenth House:

Reputation, character, morality, honor, dignity, and public esteem Profession, occupation, business Name and fame; power and prestige Success and status, credit and conduct

Rank and renown; ambition and authority Worldly activities and responsibilities Promotions, advancements, employer, superior Government, judge, honor from the government, seal of authority Doctor, medicine, prosperity, teaching Thighs Adopted son, Fathers self-acquisition, retirement Health issues of children; debts incurred by children Maraka house to both Mother and Father Mothers opponents Mother-in-Law Danger to younger siblings Head of the State, Presidents, National Leaders Losses to elder siblings and secret activities of elder siblings

Eleventh House:

House of friends, society, community, associates, admirers, supporters, advisors, well-wishers, close acquaintances Hopes, wishes, realization of dreams, wealth Devotion to God, fortune Gains, success in undertakings, profits, speculation, writings, incoming wealth Pleasure, prosperity, progress in attempts, Trusts Cure of disease, happy news Elder siblings, paternal aunts and uncles, brother in law Left ear, right foot, left hand, knee Mothers longevity Fathers short journeys Birth of Children, childrens competitors, partners pleasurable pursuits, speculation Recovery from ill health; discharge from hospital Victory over enemies; freedom from misery and pain Jewelry, silk International friendships, government policies and planning, exchange of amenities Government loans, electric companies, gas companies, museums, estates Stores, associations, societies Badhakasthana for people born in Moveable (Cardinal) Signs (Ar/Ca/Li/Cap)

Twelfth House:

Losses, impediments, hospitals, prisons and imprisonment, areas of confinement, Asylums, nursing homes, mental hospitals

Separation from family; going to a place far away Hidden house; hidden side of life; fear from enemies Termination of employment; unseen or unexpected troubles Sound sleep or not (3rd house shows ones awakening from sleep, the 6th signifies trance, the 9th house relates to dreams). Sorrow and sin; poverty and persecution; limitations and restrictions Mental pain and agitation; anger, deceptive actions Feet, left eye, bodily injury, mutilation, bodily harm Fears, secrets, solitude, silent suffering, inferiority complexes, self-undoing Secret plots and schemes, conspiracy, envy and malice, treachery Intrigue and deception, fraud, scandals, secret sorrows, disgrace Rape, poisoning, crimes in general Suicide, murder, or assassination, banished persons, treason, spies, underground movements, secret and occult societies Exile and extradition; lost goods never recovered, long hidden wrath, disobedience Obstacles, misery, and misfortune, unseen and unexpected troubles Waste and extravagance; expenses Bed comforts, pressures of money, unusual expenses Drudgery and deception Litigation, danger, difficulties, and disappointments to children. Success in places that are remote from the place of birth Success with large animals Sickness of spouse; long journeys of mother Younger siblings profession Fathers permanent possessions Psychic research, occult investigations, detective work Popularity and prosperity Greatest self-sacrifice, unselfish deeds, seclusion, social barriers Donations, charity, institutions and associations with same