Signification of Eleventh House
The eleventh house is the House of community, massive teams, and friends. It refers to memberships, hopes, goals, ambitions, wishes, social teams, associations, humanitarian interests. It additionally refers to self-realization, liberty, legislation and regulation.
- This house refers to the following:
(i) Gains, receipts.
(ii) Ambitions and aspirations. Hope, realisation of ambition.
(iii) Shins and lower legs. Left ear, left arm, or left testicle according to the drekkan rising.
(iv) Elder brother/sister. Daughter-in-law /son-in-law.
(v) Success in undertakings, efforts bearing fruit, absence of misery.
(vi) Badhakasthan for ascendants having movable signs.
(vii) Friends, close associates (the third house refers to casual associates), lover, lasting friendship, community concerns, fondness for society and, compromise.
(viii) Victory over enemies.
(ix) Termination of a will or legacy (this house being the fourth from the eighth house). See FOURTH HOUSE.
(x) Discharge from hospital, release from jail or returning home (this house is twelfth from the twelfth house).
- A planet situated in this house confers gains. The source of these gains will be according to the karaka qualities and lordship of the planet.
- Matters pertaining to any house will be gained in the following transit positions:
(a) The owner of the first house reaches a position in transit which is triangular to the sign occupied by the owner of the concerned house, in the birth chart or in the navansha chart. For example, suppose we wish to consider the likely time when the native can get married. Let the owner of the seventh house, having Scorpio, be Mars. Let Mars be in Virgo. The owner of the first house is Venus. The native may get married when Venus in transit comes to Capricorn or Taurus. Similarly if Mars is in Leo navansha then if Venus in transit comes to Sagittarius or Aries the native may get married.
(b) The owner of the concerned house, during transit, reaches positions similar to (a) with respect to the owner of the first house.
(c) The owner of the concerned house transits the same sign that is occupied by the owner of the first house in the birth chart or in the navansha chart.
(d) Owners of the first house and the concerned house aspect each other during transit,
(e) When during transit the karaka for the concerned house comes to the sign in which the owner of the first house or the owner of the Moon ascendant is situated.
(f) When during transit the owner of the first house comes to the concerned house as counted from the first house or to the concerned house as counted from’the Moon ascendant in the birth chart.
(g) When during transit Jupiter comes to a triangular sign from the sign occupied by the owner of the concerned house in the birth chart or from the sign occupied by it in the navansha chart.
(h) If the owner of the first house and the owner of the concerned house are each other’s temporary and natural enemies or are adverse to each other because they occupy signs which are sixth/eighth to each other, whenever these two planets would join each other in transit, the native will develop enmity with the person indicated by that concerned house or will have unpleasant results pertaining to that house. If on the other hand these two planets are friendly to each other naturally and also temporarily and occupy good positions from each other, in the above transit situation the native will feel good results concerning that house.
(i) The results pertaining to a particular house will materialise in the above given circumstances only if the owner of that house is powerful and the relevant major or sub-period is current.
(j) The major or sub-periods of a planet will be pleasant if during the currency of its major or sub-periods the planet transits through the first, third, sixth, seventh, tenth or the eleventh house. If a friend of the major or sub-period planet or a beneficial planet for the horoscope transits through the first house at that time, the major or sub-period is pleasant.
(k) Good results in a major or sub-periods of a planet would be experienced when the Sun or Jupiter passes through the sign of exaltation or mooltrikona for that planet, or its own sign. Similarly adverse results of the major or sub-periods would be felt when the Sun transits its sign of debilitation, or sign inimical to it.
(l) When the Moon passes through a house owned by a friend of the major or sub-period planet or its sign of exaltation, the house occupied by this owner, or through the third, fifth, sixth, seventh, ninth, tenth or the eleventh house counted from the major or sub-period planet, it will then show good results pertaining to the house being transited by it.
(m) If the major or sub-period planet is powerful (is retrograde, or exalted, or in own house, mooltrikona sign, friend’s house etc. at birth) then it yields good results of any house that it transits through. If it is weak in the chart and nlso in transit then it harms matters covered by the house it passes through. Reference is invited to paragraphs 38 to 43 in opening remarks under Chapter Four for additional information on the subject.
- Since the third, seventh and the eleventh are airy houses, if any two are related to each other, the native travels by air.
- If the owners of the first and the eleventh houses are naturally beneficial planets and are related to any house and its owner, the native gets very attached to the relative indicated by that house and is always helpful to that person. If in place of naturally beneficial planets the combination is formed with naturally malefic planets, the results would be just the opposite. The reason is that these two houses act as the self and the eleventh house also represents friendship.
- When the first and eleventh houses are related to each other, the native earns money trough his own efforts. If the second house is also involved in this combination and there is an aspect of a beneficial planet on it, the native gets very wealthy.
- If the owner of the eleventh house is a beneficial planet and is also the owner of the second, it enhances the worth, status etc. of matters which it influences.
- This house, being second from the tenth house, refers to the finances of the govt.
- If Jupiter occupies this house under malefic influence the daughter of the native becomes a widow early in life.
- A very weak owner of this house shortens the life of the mother of the native.
- All planets generally give good results if they are placed in this house.
- The owner of the eleventh house placed in any house will make the native gain those matters that are indicated by that house or the gain will be through them. Similar will be the result if the owner is in sambandha with the owner of a particular house. For illustration if the owner of the eleventh house is placed in the second house, the native will gain wealth. If it is in sambandha with the owner of the fourth, the native will gain vehicles and property.
- (i) A common sign in this house and the owner of the eleventh house in a common sign will make the native acquire friends of doubtful nature.
(ii) A planet placed here indicates the class of persons that the native will befriend. For example Saturn in the eleventh house will make the friends of the native come from common strata of society. The Sun here will make the native befriend the highest. Venus here is indicative of the fact that the native will either have female friends or those who are associated with theatre or fine arts, etc.
(iii) He may befriend persons whose ascendant is owned by the planet that is placed in the eleventh house in the native’s chart.
(iv) If the planet placed in the house is adverse for the ascendant, the friendship will later cause trouble.
(v) If there is no planet in this house, these conclusions may be derived from the owner of the sign in this house.
- We have explained methods to determine the number of children and their gender under FIFTH HOUSE in Chapter Four. By applying these methods to the owner of the eleventh house and its bhavamadhya we can determine the NUMBER and GENDER of native’s elder siblings.
- The rules for determining relationship between the native and a relative of his are recorded under FIRST HOUSE. If we wish to determine the relations that are likely to exist between the native and his elder brother! sister, we should apply these rules to the eleventh house.
Names: Aagam, Prapti, Upantya, Bhav, Aay, Labh, Ekadas, Vibhava, Agaman, Siddhi, Aapti, Sarasa, Slaghyata.
Relatives: Elder coborns, death of children, issuelessness, mother’s longevity, eldest coborn, elder brother, father’s brother, gain from father-in-law, enjoying many wives.
Hunch in back recovery from ill health, discharge from hospital.
Persons: Supporters, well wishers, lasting friends, close acquaintance, favourites, victory over enemies, admires, flatterers, advisers, associates, adherents, enemy’s enemy.
Profession: Prestigious post, minister’s post, dependence, to live by dancing and singing.
Actions: Embellishment, adorning, cooking food, making ornaments, for beloved, worship of pious person, regaining lost things, reformative and unconventional activities, wicked desire, playful sexual acts, blaming others.
Abstracts: The dawn of fortune, master’s wealth, gains and receipts of all kinds, undesirable hopes, wisdom, paternal, wealth, gain of desired object, gain without difficulty, intellect, loss of interest on money, liking for ornaments, precious stones; hope, absence of misery, income, acquisition, commendation, riches, profit, ingress, satisfaction due to hearing something, delightful new, gain, fulfillment, wealth, bad desires, festivity, decoration, learning, gains through education, pearls; relief of mental duress, desire to bag other’s money; fortune, termination of will, legacy; profit, number of the winner in horse race, lasting gains, principal plus interest in lending, group advantage, lordship.
Objects: Things juicy, ornaments of gold, doli clothes, new dresses.
Skills: Expertise in painting, expertise in earning gold, money, skill in arts.
Market: Irrigation, government loans, electric companies, estate, agriculture, silk, museum.
National: Parliament, legislation, municipal bodies, government policies.