Moon in 9th House for Scorpio Ascendant in Vedic Astrology
Characteristics of Moon in 9th House for Scorpio Ascendant
The native always celebrates religious functions and adheres to traditions.
The native with Moon in 9th House for Scorpio Ascendant gets God's grace and honour and fame in government and society.
The native gets sudden wealth and manages the expenditure.
The native gets dissatisfaction with his brothers and sisters. Such a native is a jolly fellow and secures a good position.
The native with Moon in 9th House for Scorpio Ascendant leads a happy and prosperous family life.
What does 9th House in Astrology Signify?
The Ninth House in Astrology starts the third group of 4 houses. Supposedly, the person is settled and is establishing his life purpose at this stage.
It is a time for getting deeply tuned to one's Dharma (path) in life. The transformative qualities of the 8th house settle into a coherent pattern in the 9th house.
The 9th house corresponds to the upper part of the legs, the thighs.
Sagittarius corresponds to the 9th House in Astrology. The ruler of Sagittarius is Jupiter, adding higher education and fortune to its significations.
What does Moon represent in Vedic Astrology?
Moon in Vedic Astrology represents your mother, or motherly figures, your emotional response to your environment, and your imagination since the Moon is your mind.
The Moon shows the way a person thinks and reacts to the situation.
A good moon in your horoscope or birth chart in astrology will make the following things benefic or auspicious, i.e., your relationship with your mother and your mind will be calm & you will be a creative being.
If the moon is unfavourably placed in your horoscope, then it may ruin the relationship with your mother.
What does Scorpio Ascendant in Astrology signify?
Jataka knight born in 'Scorpio' ascendant, very thoughtful, innocent, full of knowledge, wrathful, worshipped with kings, virtue, scholar, antagonist, hypocrite, hypocrite, misanthropist, tamoguni, who knows the mind of others,
It is blasphemous, bitter in nature, and one who does service. His body is frizzy and gross; his eyes are round.
The chest is wide.
He is slanderous, merciless, astrologer, and a beggar to brothers.
He remains unhappy in the first phase of his life, and in middle age, Bhagyoday occurs at the age of 20 or 24 years.