If the planet other than the Sun occupies the second sign as counted from the sign occupies by the Moon it constitutes Sunapha Yoga. If any planet other than the Sun occupies the sign twelfth from that occupied by the Moon, this is called Anapha Yoga. If there are planets other than the Sun in signs, i.e. adjacent to the sign tenanted by the Moon, it is called Durudhara Yoga. The Sun in second or twelfth from the Moon does not mar the Yoga, but is not taken into consideration for constituting the Yoga. All these three Yogas are good for wealth and prosperity.
If there is o planet (Sun, Rahu and Ketu are not taken into account in Yogas 1 and 2) on either side (adjacent to the Moon sign), it is called Kemadruma Yoga and the result is poverty. There is one exception to this Yoga. If Jupiter is in the first, fourth, seventh or tenth house from the Moon, it cancels the Kemadruma Yoga.
Adhi Yoga is also formed if instead of counting from the ascendant, the three benefics occupy the three houses-the sixth, seventh and eighth as counted from the Moon.
In I (3) and IV (3) above it is not necessary that Mercury, Jupiter and Venus be in the sixth, seventh or eighth house in regular order. They can all be in one house, or in any two houses or in three different houses; but these houses must be sixth, seventh and eighth. Nor is the Yoga cancelled if along with benefics there are malefics, though the power is impaired. If instead of the three benefics only one is present, 33% of the good effects will be felt; if there are two benefics, the good effects will be 66%, while if all the above three are present, good results will be obtained in full. Such a native is wealthy and occupies a good position in life.
One point must be clarified. In considering this Yoga it has to be judged from the ascendant (see I(3) above) or independently from the Moon. We cannot mix up the two, by saying Mercury is in the sixth from the Moon and Jupiter seventh or sixth from the ascendant and so an Adhi Yoga is formed. If however the Moon is in the ascendant, the Adhi Yoga will be formed by benefics in the sixth, seventh and eighth from the ascendant.
This will be one Adhi Yoga. Another Adhi Yoga will be formed from the Moon. And thus a double set of Adhi Yoga will be formed which will be doubly good.
If all the three benefics, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus, are in the third sixth, tenth or eleventh house from the Moon, the Vasuman Yoga is formed.
If the Moon is in the third, sixth, ninth or twelfth house from the Sun, the native is courteous, intelligent, learned, wealthy and clever. If the Moon is in the second, fifth, eighth or eleventh from the Sun, the above qualities are of medium order. If the Moon is in the first, fourth, seventh or tenth from the Sun, the above good qualities are at their minimum.
If the Moon is in an angle from Jupiter it constitutes Gaja Kesari Yoga. The native is long-lived, wealthy and prosperous. If both the planets are in angles from the ascendant also, it is a more powerful Yoga.
If the Moon is in the sixth, eighth or twelfth house from Jupiter, it constitutes Shakata Yoga. The native undergoes a cycle of prosperity and adversity like a wheel; for a period he is prosperous and this is followed by a period of adversity, then again a prosperous period, and so on. If the Moon is in angle from the ascendant the above Yoga is not formed.
If the Moon and Jupiter are in their own signs or in their respective signs of exaltation and posited in the first, fourth, fifth, seventh, ninth or tenth house and resultant Yoga is called Gauri. The native leads a comfortable life and is well honoured by the government.
If the Moon and Mars are together, the native is always rich; of course the effects would differ in intensity according to the sing and house position and according to the houses these planets are lords of.
If a full Moon occupies the fourth, seventh or tenth house and is aspected by Jupiter and Venus, the native verily occupies a very high position and has real splendour.
If the full Moon is in the ascendant in Taurus, Venus in Libra and Mercury in the fourth house, the native occupies a very high rank.
If all the seven planets are posted in Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius and Capricorn, the native has push. He is courageous and is dynamic. All the six signs referred to need not be tenanted.
If all the seven planets are in Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini and Cancer, the native is mild, prosperous and fortunate. All the six signs need not be tenanted.
If the benefics occupy angles and tenant the signs owned by benefics and the malefics occupy the signs owned by malefics, the native is wealthy and is a leader of daring people.
If Mercury is fully aspected by Jupiter, the native is very intelligent and wise and even eminent people abide by his advice.
(i.) If one planet is in his own sign, the native’s status will be in keeping with his family status;
(ii.) if the number of planets in own signs is two, he will be the head of the family;
(iii.) if three planets are in own signs, the native will command respect from the whole of his clan;
(iv) if four planets are so placed, he will be very wealthy;
(v) if the number of planets in own signs is five, he will lead a happy life;
(vi) if six planets are so placed he will have all comforts and luxuries at his command and enjoy them;
(vii) if seven planets occupy their own signs, he will be a king or equal to one and occupy an eminent position and have all the paraphernalia of royalty.
(i.) If malefics are in the first fifteen degrees of odd signs or in the last fifteen degrees of even signs, the native is strong, pushing, industrious, very courageous and wealthy.
(ii.) If benefics are in the last fifteen degrees of odd signs or in the first fifteen degrees of even signs, the native is handsome, soft, benevolent and fortunate. His speech is sweet and manners endearing
Venus aspected by Jupiter confers wealth.
Exaltation or Own Sign
Mars or Mercury or Jupiter or Venus or Saturn, any of these five planets in his own sign or in his sign of exaltation, if occupying the first, fourth, seventh or tenth house from the ascendant or the Moon constitutes a Mahapurusha Yoga. Mahapurusha means a great man and the angular position of any of these five non-luminaries in an angle, as described above, ensures wealth and a good position in life.
Thus Mars in Aries, Scorpio or Capricorn in an angle constitutes Ruchaka Yoga; Mercury in Gemini or Virgo in an angle constitutes Bhadra Yoga; Jupiter in an angle in Cancer, Sagittarius or Pisces constitutes Hansa Yoga; Venus in Taurus, Libra or Pisces in an angle constitutes Malavya Yoga; Saturn in Libra, Capricorn or Aquarius constitutes Shasha Yoga. These are five independent Yogas comprised by Mahapurusha Yoga.
If three or more planets are in exaltation, the native becomes a king. Similar is the result if five planets are in their own signs. But if the malefics are strong, the native would be cruel; if benefics are strong, the native would be of a benevolent nature.
If the Sun is in Aries, Moon in Taurus and Saturn in Aquarius and one of these in the ascendant, it is a Raja Yoga. The native occupies a high position.
If Mercury is in Gemini, Jupiter in Leo, and Mars in Scorpio and one of them is in the ascendant, the same effects as in (3) above.
If Saturn and Moon be exalted and one of them is in the ascendant and the Sun and Mercury are in Virgo, Mars in Aries, Jupiter in Cancer and Venus in Libra, this combination constitutes a powerful Raja Yoga.
If the Sun, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, all the four are in their respective signs of exaltation and one of these four is in the ascendant, it constitutes a Raja Yoga of a high order.
The Yoga given in (6) above is also caused when instead of the four planets above named, only three are in their respective signs of exaltation and one of them is in the ascendant. Same result as in (6) above but in lesser measure.
The yoga in (6) above is also formed if instead of the four planets above-named only tow are in their respective signs of exaltation and one of them is in the ascendant and the Moon is in Cancer. Same result as in (5) above materialise.
Note: By permutation and combination, (6), (7) and (8) will give rise to sixteen types of birth charts.
If the lord of the ninth and Venus be in their own signs or in their respective signs of exaltation and posited in the first, fourth, fifth, seventh, ninth or tenth house, it is called Lakshmi Yoga. The native is wealthy and enjoys a luxurious life.
If the lord of the sign, occupied by the lord of the ascendant is in his own sign or sign of exaltation in an angle or trine from the ascendant it constitutes a Yoga. The native is powerful, rich and owns lands. He is much respected.
Suppose X is the sign on the ascendant and A is the lord of the sign. Now A is posited in sin Y and B is the lord of sign Y. Now suppose B occupies the sign Z and C is the lord of sing Z. Then if the planet C is in an angle or trine from the ascendant, in his own sign or sign of exaltation, the resultant Yoga is called Kahala. The native is very rich, benevolent, and wealthy.
If exalted Moon is in the ascendant and the Sun, Jupiter and Saturn are respectively in the fourth, seventh and tenth houses the native will no doubt becomes a king.
If Saturn in Capricorn is in the ascendant, the Moon in Pisces, Mars in Gemini. Mercury in Virgo, Jupiter in Sagittarius, the native becomes a king.
If Mars be in Capricorn, Jupiter in Sagittarius and if Mercury in Virgo is in the ascendant, or if Venus in Pisces is in the ascendant, the native becomes a king.
If exalted Jupiter is in the ascendant, the Moon, Mercury and Venus are in Taurus, and the Sun in Aries, the native is very courageous and becomes a king.
If the Moon in Pisces is in the ascendant, Saturn in Aquarius, Mars in Capricorn, and the Sun in Leo, the native becomes a ruler.
If Mars in Aries is in the ascendant and Jupiter in Cancer, the native is endowed with many qualities and becomes a ruler.
If exalted Jupiter is in the ascendant and Mars in Aries is in the tenth, same results as in (17) above are expected.
If Saturn in Capricorn is in the ascendant, Mars in Aries, the Moon in Cancer, Sun in Leo, Mercury in Virgo, and Venus in Libra, the native becomes a mighty king.
If Mercury in Virgo is in the ascendant, the Sun in Leo, Venus in Gemini, Moon and Jupiter in the seventh, Mars and Saturn in the fifth, the native becomes a king.
Even one planet exalted in the ascendant conjoined with a friend and aspected by a friend, makes one wealthy.
If five or more planets are exalted or in their own signs and are in angles, the native though born in their own signs and are in angles, the native though born in an ordinary family becomes a king or equal to a king or holds an equally eminent position.
Note: While judging 15 and 16 above please examine that there is no evil Yoga or Yogas and the planets are not combust.