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Rahu in 9th House for Scorpio Ascendant in Vedic Astrology

Rahu in 9th House for Scorpio Ascendant in Vedic Astrology | VidhyaMitra Vedic Astrology

Characteristics of Rahu in 9th House for Scorpio Ascendant

  • The native is unlucky.
  • The native feels much anxious about his future.
  • The native makes efforts to become lucky.
  • The native speaks too much.
  • The native has no faith in religion.
  • The native is unhealthy but he appears to be courageous.
  • The native uses many improper hidden schemes to earn money.
  • The native is restless but tactful.
  • The native finally feel capable to get some success in business.
  • The native loses his fame.
  • The native leads a struggling life and bears constant mental disturbance.

What does 9th House in Astrology Signify?

  • The ninth house 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. The ruler of Sagittarius is Jupiter, adding higher education and fortune to its significations.

What does Rahu represent in Vedic Astrology?

  • Rahu is a very unsteady and erratic force ruled by obsessive passions and unconcerned with ethical notions of right and wrong.
  • Because of this, Rahu can bring great material progress, though any success gained under its influence is likely to be short-lived.
  • Rahu is tricky and sneaky and creates illusions of all kinds.- It especially manifests in one's compulsions or uncontrollable passions.

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, 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.