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Eight Illustration

Dhan Yoga Eight Illustration

This is the horoscope of a very rich man who has earned for himself a lot and is now prospering more through earnings of his sons. The lagna has Mars, the lord of lagna itself and the ninth lord, representing father also.

He was born in a rich family of landlords and has invested his money in various ventures which proved very profitable. The eleventh house (house of gains) has such a big concentration of planets. From the eleventh house these planets aspect the fifth house of the children, who too are successful and prosperous businessmen.

Ninth Illustration

Dhan Yoga Ninth Illustration

Here the second and the eleventh houses are very promising, with an exalted ninth lord in the lagna. The second and the fifth lord, the Sun and Mars in the fourth house with the eleventh lord, Venus is still better. The combination of Mercury, the third lord of brothers and the twelfth lord also, gave him a chance to earn a big fortune in foreign country where he has settled down.

He runs his own bank, has many grocery-stores and lives in a ten-million dollar house.

The dasha-sequence thus discussed – This person ran into the major period of the Moon from 1974-84, then the seven years period of Mars upto 1991 and is now running the period of Rahu in the second house. It has been a success story all along so far.

Tenth Illustration

Dhan Yoga Tenth Illustration

Here the lagna lord the Moon aspected by an exalted Mars, the fifth lord from the seventh house cause a Chandra-mangal yoga. The second house is strong, with second lord there combining with the eleventh lord, Venus. The ninth lord, Jupiter is also in his own house. Three planets in their own houses ensure a good, stable financial life and sound health. Through hard work this person has built up a story of spectacular success without sacrificing idealism.


1. Astrologers who miss such combinations are apt to quote from the translations of classics blindly and land into wrong alleys of predictions. The classics throw light on the meaning of planetary combinations which must not be fitted into strait-laced and snap-shot astrological readings.

2. But then, is the other side also. True, some of these combinations are also evil as they cause sicknesses and accidents.

3. The important principle to remember is that planets give multiple effects i.e., they lift; they cause a fall; they give fortunes; and they throw you into deepest moods of despair; What a planet does is that it gives happiness and grief, rise and fall, and laughter and tears, turn by turn.

It is here that the most important element of astrological prediction comes into play through a very close study of:

1. The strength of planets, which a computer cast horoscope gives.

2. What as astrologer must do always is to see the condition of these planets in the navamsha (the one ninth division of a horoscope), which again a computer cast horoscope gives.

3. Then the dashas, major and sub-periods should be seen.

4. Finally, the transits should be examined, if possible and the sarvastaka varga, which is an extraordinary technique of quantifying the strength of transiting planets.

It is for this reason that after reading this book, advanced books with their techniques should be learnt properly.

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