6th House with its Owners

Effect of the owner of Sixth House in various Houses

First

The native may join a uniformed service or a gang of thieves. He will be talkative. His maternal uncle will be prominent in his life. If the owner of the sixth house is friendly with the owner of the first, the relations between the native and his maternal uncle will be cordial. He will be healthy and rich but will cause trouble to his family members and expect favours from others. This may make the native’s wife separate from him, may be because of her sensual nature and infidelity. An afflicted owner of the sixth house here makes the native get hurt by explosives, weapons, suffer from piles or boils or from enemies. The owner of the sixth in the first house causes a lot of trouble to the native, loss of wealth occurs and even friends turn into enemies in its major or sub-periods. A powerful owner of the sixth house, in the first house will be good for the native’s father who will either do religious, pious and devotional deeds or may get a high position in life and wealth through writing or speculation.

Second

The native will study at good institutions, and be rich, and clever but he will not keep good health and will be of bad mentality. He will suffer from troubles in his eyes, especially in the right eye, particularly so if the Sun or the Moon is also either weak or afflicted;and, from diseases of the face, mouth or throat. The native will have to spend on his treatment, his family will face troubles and his enemies will increase and try to harm him. His father will be in service who will try to rise in his career and increase his wealth by adopting unscrupulous methods. His elder brother/sister may lose his wealth during the major or sub-periods of the owner of the sixth in the second house. The native too during this period will face an eroding bank balance and indebtedness. This location is bad for the longevity of native’s wife. If the owner of the sixth house is weak, afflicted and has no beneficial influence here, the wife of the native will be rich and rise high in life. The native may keep pets.

Third

It will cause, in its major or sub-periods a lot of trouble to his younger brothers and sisters and the father of the native may die during this period. It will detract from the status and power of the native. Differences of opinion and quarrels will go against him and cause loss. He will be of bad conduct. His elder brother/sister may not have any children or may lose a child or more during the major or sub-periods of owner of the sixth house in the third. The native’s wife can travel abroad during this period or she may join a religious institution and live in seclusion there. Paragraphs 6 and 7 under the Sixth House should also be usefully studied for determining the career the native is likely to take up if the third, or the eleventh house is connected with the sixth.

Fourth

The native will not have college education or it may have several breaks in it. He and his father will always be at logger­heads. The father will also keep bad health. The native will get patrimony but he may waste it and his debtors may claim that property. Most of these results will be felt during the major or sub-periods of the owner of the sixth house. He will also keep pets. His mind will be disturbed and he will be attracted to a way of life which will not have the approval of the society. His mother will be close to his maternal uncle provided the owner of the sixth house is friendly with the owner of the fourth. The maternal uncle will be an agriculturist. The native may not like to meet with all and sundry. His reserved nature may harm him in his career. The domestic life will not be comfortable and his servants will be a bothersome lot. If the owner of the sixth house is weak, afflicted and has no beneficial influence here, the elder brother/ sister of the native will be rick and rise high in life.

Fifth

A malefic owner of the sixth house here causes discord between the native and his children or father to the extent that they may be the cause of death of the native. If the owner is a beneficial planet, it will cause loss of wealth and make the native unreliable and of bad conduct. The native will not hesitate to take loans to gamble. His spouse will be extravagant. His children will be sickly though they will earn well through their own efforts. His younger brother/sister will keep changing his residence. A powerful owner of the sixth house will ensure that the native’s father becomes a wealthy and powerful person.

Sixth

An afflicted owner of the sixth house here makes the native get hurt by explosives or weapons or suffer from piles or boils but the native will be wealthy and have a good position in society. The native will create a number of enemies for himself and he will reside at an unpleasant place. He will be of strong constitution, will remain generally healthy, happy and will be miserly. The maternal uncle of the native and his enemies will be long-lived. A powerful owner of the sixth house in the sixth will make the father of the native hold a good position in life.

Seventh

The native is likely to marry within his mother’s or father’s family. A malefic owner of the sixth house here makes the wife of the native cruel hearted and of bad conduct. She will always oppose the native and cause discord in the family. If the seventh house has a common sign, the marriage will be a failure, the native will separate from his wife and remarry. If the owner is a naturally beneficial planet the wife will be barren or she will repeatedly miscarry. The wife will be ailing and not be long-lived. The native may have extra-marital affairs. The owner of the sixth house here may cause disease in the genitals or rectum of the native.

Eighth

The planet, which is the owner of the sixth house, placed here will be the principal cause of death. The owner of the sixth house here may cause disease in the genitals or the rectum. If it is the Sun, the native will be killed by a tiger or a wild animal; if it is the Moon, he will have an early death; if it is Mars, by poison or by the bite of a poisonous creature; if it is Mercury, by poison; if it is Jupiter, due to his own perverse thinking; if it is Venus, the native will suffer from eye disease; and, if it is Saturn, due to dysentery or digestive disorders. If the owner of the sixth house is strong and well placed here, the native will have good longevity, if not, he may be morally degraded and unhelpful. If the owner of the sixth house is weak, afflicted and has no beneficial influence here, the native will be rich and rise high in life but will face serious setback to his health during the major or sub-periods of owner of the second, sixth, seventh, eighth or the twelfth house.

Ninth

The native will be lame, and on bad terms with his relatives and younger brother/sister if the owner of the sixth house is a malefic planet. He will not have faith in God. If it is a beneficial planet the native will escape the above fate but will be poor. His affairs will be harmed by his enemies. A powerful owner of the sixth house in the ninth house will make the native’s father obtain a high position in judicial or administrative service. It will also make his maternal uncle prosperous and affluent. The native will be helped by his maternal uncle in case the owner of the sixth is a friend of the owner of the ninth house, if not, the maternal uncle will cause harm to his interests. The native is not likely to be on good terms with his father.

Tenth

An afflicted or malefic owner of the sixth house here makes the native get hurt by explosives or weapons or suffer from piles or boils. He may be in service. He will be cruel hearted and given to committing crimes. He may incur the wrath of the government. He will not have good relations with his mother. She might have had more than one marriage. He is not likely to have wealth and property and if he does have it, it will gradually be de­stroyed, or get involved in litigation. If the owner is a beneficial planet for the chart, he will be kindly inclined to his father but will be inimical to others, His children will be poorly off and may be burdened with debts. They will also be in service. If the owner of the sixth house is weak, afflicted and has no beneficial influence here, the elder brother/sister of the native will be rich and rise high in life. A favourable owner of the sixth house will ensure success to the native in competitions or elections.

Eleventh

The native may be in service. If the owner is a malefic planet for the chart, the native will be killed by his enemy and will suffer losses through thefts. If the owner is a beneficial planet for the chart he will be able to overcome his enemies, and earn through cattle. A favourable owner of the sixth house will ensure success to the native in competitions or elections. He will not be on good terms with his elder brother/sister. The elder brother/sister may keep poor health. He may gain through his maternal uncle. He may be in a uniformed service, employed in a factory, engaged in a garage or may earn his livelihood as a surgeon or doctor. The owner of the sixth house strongly placed in the eleventh house will ensure the prosperity of the younger brother/sister and make them learned. Such an owner is also good for the longevity of his mother. The native may have some trouble from his children who may also suffer from bad health.

Twelfth

The native will spend on cattle or he may suffer losses due to cattle. He is likely to meet his end on the way on a journey. He may earn abroad. He may not have a high moral standard. The native will not have much trouble from enemies and in raising loans. His maternal uncle will prosper. A weak and afflicted owner of the sixth in the twelfth house without any beneficial influence is likely to raise the native high in life. His mother may be a good writer or highly religious. She may travel a lot. His children will accumulate wealth and may come about legacies. His ather may have property, houses and vehicles from the government and his residence may contain his place of work.

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