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Neutrals

Table of Neutrals

Consolidated Table

Caution

1. What has been given so far is what is known as neutral, friendly and hostile relationship. This has to be modified by looking at the temporal principle of friendships of planets.

Planets in the second, third and fourth from each other and planets in the tenth, eleventh and twelfth houses become friends. See the first three houses in the forward direction and the last three in the backward directions.

2. Never overemphsise the friendships or enmity factor. Lot of new factors have to be looked into and new research has to be done.

3. All that is being stressed here is remember the principle but do not overstress these factors. Also do not ignore them. The art of judgement in astrology is the art of developing a judicial balance.

In various ancient texts, different results are given for the conditions of planets. They, if used liberally, not literally make an astrologer avoid dogmatic interpretation of horoscopes, a very common weakness and fault of astrologers.

Given below is the result of different conditions with certain remarks.

Table of Ascribed Results

In fact debilitated Saturn and Mars give humility. Debilitated planets have to have their weaknesses. They manifest in different ways at different times.

Caution

1. The above given results get modified through the association or aspects of other planets with them. They can improve or get worse.

2. A planet within, say, about three degrees of the Sun is said to be combust  and is said to give bad results. In our experience it is not always so, though for a brief period there can be mental pain.

3. A planet defeated in a planetary war is the planet which is almost of the same degree as another one (not the Sun and also other exceptions). This has been interpreted differently by different writers. There is no sound research to guide us.

4. A planet when retrograde (other planets except the Sun, the Moon) gets into retrograde motion. Read a little bit of astronomy to learn about it). No astrologer should jump to any conclusion without a sound research and observation.

Note :  The interpretation of the results of all these, particularly of retrograde planets has been mostly done through loose generalisations. Such an approach and tendency must be avoided.

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