Effect of various SIGNS in the Twelfth House
The native would spend heavily on beautiful things but at the same time realising the necessity of thrift will try to curb his extravagance. Mars, the owner of the twelfth house here is also the owner of the seventh house. The native will be sensual and if Mars or Ketu influences Venus he may even indulge in perverse sexual practices. A weak and adverse Mars will necessitate surgical operations and hospitalisation of native’s spouse. She may also, due to her bad temper, get annoyed with her husband and leave him on an impulse. Without any other influence, these separations may not be permanent. A powerful Mars will give long life and vitality to the first born child of the native. Such a Mars will grant erudition to native’s mother and prosperity to his father in the form of property. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Scorpio in the seventh house above.
The native will keep animals and will have relationship with several women. He will be thrifty but would like to buy beautiful and elegant items. His wife will spend money on things of good taste and good living. The owner of the twelfth house, Venus here is also the owner of the fifth house. Venus will be a good planet for the chart for Gemini ascendant. It will however separate the native from his children from time to time if it influences the fifth house by aspect or occupation. He will spend on and invest in shares, bonds and securities. If Venus is weak, the native will lose through investments and speculation. He will also spend on or lose through his children. The native will have strong sex urge. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Aries or Libra in the fifth house.
The native’s enemies will be under check, he will spend a lot on marriages and will always try to speak the truth. The owner of the twelfth house here is Mercury, which is also the owner of the third house. The native will be capable of detailed planning and research. He will travel inland extensively and will live away from home from time to time. If Mercury influences the fourth house, the native will keep changing his residence regularly. He may not have younger brothers or sisters or he may not be social with his neighbours. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Virgo or Pisces in the third house.
Water sports will be the favourite past time for the native. He will spend money on tanks, wells and water bodies. He will like to remain secluded for long periods of time when he would like to reflect. He will be extravagant from time to time. The Moon represents the left eye. Since the twelfth house also stands for the left eye, if the Moon is weak and afflicted, the native is bound to lose his left eye or have defective sight. His elder brother/sister will have fluctuating wealth. If the Moon is under bad influence and weak, the native may not be rich. His younger sister/brother will be connected with the government and if the Moon is powerful, he may occupy a high position. His mother is likely to travel abroad. His children may suffer from imbalance of watery element in the body, or if the Moon is adverse, may die by drowning.
The Sun stands for eyesight. The twelfth house is also representative of the left eye. If the Sun is weak and afflicted, the native is likely to lose his eyesight. The native will be fond et visiting gardens and forests. He will be extravagant and many a time, out of his desire to do good to others, will act in a manner prejudicial to his own interests. He will however have the capacity to delve deep and successfully in spiritual and metaphysical matters. The younger brothers and sisters of the nativ&s father will be highly placed with imposing personalities. The native may live in the neighbourhood of a high dignitary. His elder brother/sister is not likely to be rich.
The native will be at peace with himself. He will spend his wealth on charitable and good works like marriages, construction of temples, pilgrimages etc. The native will have immense capacity for work or meditation in solitude for long periods. Mercury, the owner of the twelfth house here is also the owner of the ninth house. Mercury will be beneficial to the native if strong; if weak, the native will suffer losses through his father or wife’s younger brother/sister. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Gemini in the ninth house above.
Some of the younger brothers/sisters, neighbours and colleagues of the native will be at loggerheads with him. He will be miserly. The native will get into indebtedness or financial crises due to his expensive habits. The owner of the twelfth house here is Venus, which is also the owner of the seventh house. The native will have to spend heavily over his wife, if Venus is weak. An afflicted Venus may cause loss of wife to the native. Such a Venus will also make the native have strong sex urge. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Taurus in the seventh house above.
The native will be ttuthful though of bad temper and given to ruthlessness. He will be extravagant and will resent intrusion in his private life even if it is by his closest friends and in his interest. Mars owns the twelfth and the fifth houses here and if powerful will be beneficial to the native. Mars will cause the native to spend over his children and speculation. A weak Mars will make the native lose money by speculation and gambling. An afflicted Mars may cause loss of children. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Aries in the fifth house.
He will be good at archery, be able to suppress his enemies and will get wealth from the government. The native will have spiritual experiences. He will have to face heavy expenses. He will have an urge to prefer solitude. Jupiter is the owner of the twelfth as well as the third house. It is also the significance of wealth. Since the third house is the eighth house from the eighth, Jupiter cannot give much wealth to the native in its major or sub-periods. Due to this ownership, unless Jupiter is very powerful, the native cannot expect to get rich in the major or sub-periods of this planet. If it is weak, it will restrict the number of younger brothers or sisters and cause losses and heavy expenditure to them. Such a Jupiter will also make them travel a lot and stay away from home. A strong Jupiter will make them comfortable, prosperous and happy and will make the native undertake successful journeys in connection with legal, philosophical or hospital work. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Pisces in the third house.
Water sports will be the favourite past time for the native. He will spend money on tanks, wells and water bodies. The native will be fond of going away on pleasure trips abroad or to distant places for a break. He will be alternately extravagant and careful with his money. The owner of the twelfth house is also the owner of the first. A powerful and well placed Saturn may assist the native in showing good academic results at college. The native may gain from agriculture. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Aquarius in the first house.
The native will be knowledgeable, and good at doing various things. He will be wealthy. The native will spend on humanitarian and charitable works. The expenditure will tend to be heavy, though if Saturn is strong, the income will also be substantial from abroad or nursing homes. Saturn as owner of the twelfth house will have powerful separating influence. When such Saturn influences a house, its owner and its karaka, the native will be separated from the matter indicated by these factors. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Capricorn in the eleventh house above.
His relations with the government will be good. He will be of a likable personality, and will talk well. Jupiter, the owner of the twelfth house here is also the owner of the ninth house. The native is likely to go abroad on intellectual work. It will have its mooltrikona sign in the ninth house. Jupiter will represent the feet of the the native fully. Since the twelfth house is taken to be neutral when the nature of the planets for any ascendant is judged, Jupiter here will predominantly give the results of the ninth house. If it is powerful, it will make the native religious, philosophical or having good knowledge of law. Such a Jupiter connected with the first house will make the native highly spiritual. This can be further analysed in the manner similar to Gemini or Sagittarius in the ninth house above.