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Moon in Astrology

moon in astrology

What is Moon in Astrology?

Chandra, the moon in Hindu astrology, is known the Moon in English. Shiva is known by the name Chandradhara, and Chandradhara has Chandra on his head. The other name that’s commonly known is Soma. To Chandra, Soma means “shiny” while to Soma, Chandra is the holy intoxicating drink.

The moon in astrology is also known as Moon as in ‘lunatic’ and ‘lunar tides’. In ancient times, both in the East and the West, it was observed that a person’s mental make-up depended on the phase of the Moon.

According to psychological theories, this hypothesis has been proven three times. The Moon’s position in the map is essential to know because transits are impacted by it, and the directional scale is fixed by the position of the Moon.

When applied in the context of the astrological predictions centered on the Moon sign, this means that the prognostications of such a nature reflect the person rather than their Sun sign. The position of the Sun to be named ‘solatic’ has never been observed to produce mental illness.

The moon changes mood, indicating an emotional state. In traditional Polynesian beliefs, the moon is associated with the concept of mother, happiness, feminine beauty, mental health, and eyesight.

Complementary treatment for Chandra will relieve the public of anxiety and increase the individual’s mental activity, allowing Buddha’s wisdom to be put to full use. By propitiation to Chandra, anxiety-related and mental illnesses and water-related diseases are all healed.

Meaning of Moon in Vedic Astrology

Life on Earth is maintained because the planets of our Solar System have Luminaries in the form of the Godly Sun and the calm Moon. The Sun controls the Soul, and the Moon governs feelings and emotions. Without these two luminaries, life on Earth will cease to exist.

As an astrologer, I may claim that Moon depicts power over the mind and emotions of human beings. In the life of human beings, she is an important and powerful instrument known as the emotions.

I shall attempt to emphasize the astrological position that the Moon plays in the life of human beings in this article.

Many people think that the Moon is the queen of the solar system. Astrological principles in the Vedic system state that the Moon is a natural benefactor, and this planet grants great mental power and financial gain.

Prosperity in life is specifically related to a chart where the benefic planets are aligned with the Moon or other locations of the Moon in it. The planet Jupiter symbolizes riches. The planet planets are considered particularly auspicious when it comes to finances and prosperity.

Moon is soft and delicate and therefore is considered with love and beauty. A lot of poets have written about the beauty of the Moon and the Moon has been likened to the beauty of a woman in their work. The scientist has had an easier time researching the Moon than many other subjects.

Even though she is the smallest of the planets, the Moon has a large influence on human beings on Earth since she is near to the Earth. It has an immediate impact on women. Menses occur due to the Moon’s movement and change phases.

In spiritual belief, the Sun and Moon are considered to be the two eyes of the world. Women in Hinduism fast when they can see the Moon in the night, and this is because the Moon is seen as extremely auspicious. In certain cases, the phases of the Moon explicitly contribute to fasts.

The astrological theory of Vedic Astrology regards the Moon as having the power of ascendant and gives the Moon a great deal of attention in a separate natal chart because of that. Hindu astrology uses Nakshatras of the Moon as both a Major and a Sub time.

Water is an essential part of the Moon. Tidal energy exerted by the Moon and Sun creates ocean tides. Moon comes from other sources, such as the sun and stars.

When the sun shines on Earth, she mirrors the light back into space. Mothering represents the moon, as she nurtures life on earth by nourishing and nourishing and nourishing.

Positive Moon suggests cheerfulness, elation, and a state of peace of mind in life. A negative or afflicted Moon implies irritability, depression, and the propensity to commit suicide.

The Moon is our portal, just as we are a window for others. Something that has an impact on the Moon has a huge impact on our feelings and our hearts. Her numerological number is 2.

Ancient sages of India understood that the creation of mankind depends on the Sun for more than the current generation believes. Each person’s Moon shows their human development in all aspects of their life.

Significations of Moon

Names: Shetdyuti, Indu, Vidhu, Sasi, Sasanka, Nisakar, Seeramsu, Som, Sheet Rashmi, Abja, Chandramaa, Mrigaanka, Glau, Kaal Ish (Kaalesh), Shashadhar, Atrij, Jalaj, Kshapakar, Shubranshu, Netrayoni, Amrit, Jaic, Yaminiksha, Payo

Letters: ya ra la va s sh ha.

Nature and Form: Soft voice, shaky, carnal, attractive, learned, round bodied, beautiful eyes, sweet speech Rainy season, large body, lean and white, black and this hair, mild disposition, intelligent, beautiful linmbs Sarad Ritu, grace, whiteness, radiance, wisdom, saline, small stature, west-facing, power at night, middle age, mid-day, Muhurta (an interval of 48 minutes).

The moon’s friends are the Sun and Mercury; the rest of the planets are neutral. The Moon is exalted up to 3 degrees in Taurus, and the remaining 27 degrees are Mooltrikona, the Moon’s own sign.

Lord Krishna, God’s incarnation, was born on the Moon. He was the embodiment of Parmatmansa (the Absolute Spirit).

Deity: Varun (god of water).

Human Body: Face, belly, brain, phlegm and wind, blood, breast, stomach, right eye, left eye, fluidic system, saliva, glandular processes, eye sight, lymph, facial features

Diseases: Excessive sleep, laziness, tastelessness, phlegmatic problem, carbuncle, typhoid fever, bodily health, indigestion, diarrhoea, blood impurity, mental aberration, anorexia, jaundice, wounds caused by horned animals or aquatics, good blood and vital energy, life, spleen enlargement, disease, consumption, epilepsy, serious effusions throughout the body.

Dangers: Women cause problems, horned and water animals are dangerous, and Balagrahas, Durha, Kinnaras, Yama, serpents, and Yakshini are all feared.

Relatives: Mother’s well-being, as well as the well-being of maternal relatives.

Persons: Brahmins, Tocharians, Romans, foresters, ascetic rulers, Yavans, women, and associations with learned people are all listed.

Professions: Horticulture, healing, traveling and all traveling requisites, humour, cartoonist, gardeners, liquor dealers, dairy-owners, obstetricians, plastics, waiters, catering, eating places, laundry-owners; public salesmen, water-carriers, nurses, midwives, sailors, travelers, fishermen, those who manage public conveyance.

Actions:Changes, voyages, sea bathing, travel, visiting a distant place, visiting a fortress, sleeping, and sexual pleasure.

Abstracts and Qualities: Popularity, public life, social achievement, maternal estate, arts, performing arts, comforts, worldly state, reverence to Goddess Gouri, mind, poetry, mysteries, romances, fancies, popularity, public life, social success.

Kindness, beneficence, pity, mercy, royal grandeur, satisfaction, saltish, elegance, mental tranquility, tenderness, a delicacy on the face, happiness, luster of body, mind, harmony, facial luster, mirth, love, affection, wisdom, splendour, ability, jesting, merriment, enjoyment, laughing, happiness, mental disposition, good or bad, impartiality, sourness, swift in thinking, fame, fickle-mindedness

Moon influences sense of organization, sexual magnetism, ability to sense patterns, adaptability (to people and surroundings), mood swings, sense of timing, the tendency to risk-taking, staying power/patience, power drive, desire to win, survival (killer) instinct.

Eatables: Honey, curd, feeding, thick sugarcane, nutrition, eatables, Bread, beverages, salt, ghee, oil, sesamum, ghee, sesamum, ghee, ghee, Corn, milk, rice, healthy meals, sweet substance, candy, and sweet drinks are all examples of sweet substances.

Animals: Horses, horned animals, cows, and fish.

Plant Life: Juicy seeds, creeping plants, medicinal herbs and plants, good fruits, good budding, pulses, wheat, barley, flowers, fruits, white poppy, algae, mushrooms, melon, cucumber, lettuce, winter green, pumpkin, cauliflower, sugarcane, mercury, palm, cabbage, betel leaves, saffron, vegetables, oranges, white poppy, algae, mushrooms, melon, cucumber, lettuce, winter green, pumpkin, cauliflower, sugarcane, mercury, palm, cabbage.

Objects: Pearls, precious stones, new clothing, fabric, Janeu, essence, fragrance, liquid, wealth, comfort objects, property, silver, white umbrella, good fan, bell-metal, white Chamar, conch-shell, dress, ornament, garment, jewels, anything watery, diamond, nine diamonds, clean crystal, delicate cloth, silk garment, good perfume, waistband, umbrella or other royal insignia, ships

Places: Snow-covered fields, seas, and oceans, residences, tanks, ponds, and wells, native lands, the middle east, rivers, and watery places, and regular shifts in location.

Traits of Moon in Astrology

The Moon is described as feminine, fair, with attractive eyes and a pleasant voice, as well as svelte, tall, youthful, with curly and short hair. He is polite, smart, fickle-minded, and very clean. Aged women find it easier to use than younger women. She is a queen. The vehicle of this design is a deer. It is easily harmed. It is impressionable and passive. It is nimble in motion.

Moon Relationship with other planets is as follows:

Friendly with Sun, Mercury
Neutral to Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Saturn
Inimical toNone
Moon Relationship with Other Planets

Moon is the Karaka for the following:

   Mental state, mother, breasts, temperament, mind, chest, and lungs.

Moon Represents the following:

   (i)        orthodoxy, insanity, pleas­ant banter, learning, laziness, sleep, equanimity, devotion to Goddess Durga, faith, love, openness, peace, happiness, fame, mediumship, occult studies, hypnosis, telepathy, clairvoyance, artistic accomplishments, and a pleasure

(ii) Phlegm, sleep disorders, lethargy, carbuncle, fever with chills, danger from domestic or marine animals, blood disorders, loss of appetite, women’s problems, jaundice, epilepsy, spleen enlargement, cold and fever, abortion, conception, anemia, fetus, tuberculosis, blood pressure, neurological disorders, left eye, esophageal, ovary, uterus, and diseases of the shoulder

(iii) Power, elegance or luster of the face, fair complexion, attractiveness; if the Moon is afflicted, illness occurs in childhood and old age, and the native suffers misfortune.

(iv) Flowers, fruits, milk, water, affluence, north-west, sweet substances, home, place of residence, fragrance, brahmin, soft cloth, new unused cloth, crystal, ornaments, comfort silver, well, tank, journey, noon, pearl, masses, white color, belt, salt, favor, radiance, poets, powerful at night, pilgrimages, wanderings, eatables, beads, rainy season

(v) Queen, girl, sailor, hawker, traveler, nurse, midwife, and other professions that interact directly with the general public.

(vi) The Moon represents the nation (now a part of Pakistan), Europe, Dama (getting one’s work done by temptation), governs Moola (plants, creepers, grass, trees, and so on), rises head first, represents crawling insects, and looks straight ahead.

Dispassionate behavior in the fourth house occurs when Saturn, the owner of that house, and the Moon are all under the influence of Saturn. When the natives are in the grip of Rahu, they are fearful.

If the Moon is placed in the eighth house, and the Rahu influence in the fourth house, the native will suffer from epilepsy.

If the preceding (sixth) house has an unpleasant connection with Rahu, or if the eighth house is associated with negative malefic influence, the native has high blood pressure.

If the Moon is in the twelfth house, it has a detrimental effect on the left eye.

The infant has a low probability of survival if the Moon is weak in the horoscope and the ascendant is equally weak.

The Moon would have mass appeal if it is powerful and is either related to the fourth house or has a connection to the owner of the fourth house.

I If there is no mitigating beneficial influence, the native would suffer from tuberculosis as a result of being related to Saturn, Rahu, and the fourth house and the Moon.

In the birth or navansha map, the Sun and the Moon as they switch signs and enter in Leo trigger chest ailments.

This relative of the native, who lives in a house whose owner put the Moon in the sixth house, will face issues of longevity. In this case, the longevity of the native’s mother would be affected because the Moon is in the sixth house, which is the ninth house.

As previously said, the first-life born’s longevity is threatened if the Moon is situated in the tenth house (being in the sixth house from the fifth house).

If the Moon is prominent in the natal chart and is configured for positive aspects, the native would naturally be empathetic, has a finely-tuned sensitivity, and has the potential to influence society for the better.

This can be determined by looking at the Moon at the time of the birth of the native. The native’s mother was in pain at the time of his birth, as the Moon is affected by evil worlds. At the time of his birth, surgery was done while he was under the influence of Mars or Ketu.

The Moon will make to one’s strength of will and authority, but the Sun, too, can make one strong-willed. The difference, though, is that the Sun makes the individual powerful, while the Moon makes him receptive to the people’s needs.

The Moon will embrace any planetary influence brought to bear on it, while the Sun will overpower and influence any planet. For an independent person, the Sun is a clear indicator; for someone who depends on others, the Moon is.

The Sun is an indicator of status among the natives, and the Moon a sign of popularity among the settlers.

It is important to ensure that the infant has a perfect and flawless Moon to help ensure the baby’s longevity. The Moon will be in one of the four planetary drekkans of Mercury, Venus, or Jupiter, or of a benefic planet that is benefic to the ascendant.

With this conclusion, it can be confidently asserted that there will be no BALARISTA and the infant will lead a long life. These laws do not apply to these exceptions: In the fifth, sixth, eighth, or twelfth house, the Moon is weak and afflicted.

When we add up the dots on the lunar graph, we can see that the Moon is in the eighth house from the ascendant, which is the eighth house from the Moon, which includes a malefic planet. This has been covered in greater depth in Chapter Five, the Eighth House.

When Jupiter or Venus is in aspect to the Moon, a native enjoys good fortune each fourth or sixth year.

In such cases, it is said that the Moon is in the state of being between the ascendant and the cusp of the fourth house, or between the cusps of the seventh and the tenth houses. It is in high tide elsewhere. When the Moon is at its lowest point, it is called weak.

When the Moon is waxing, it gives results in the fourth house. There will be no impact on whether the Moon is waxing or waning.

Moon has an influence on the eighth house, the house it resides in.

The Moon waxing is a beneficial planet by nature. When the planet’s energy is decreasing, it is a dangerous place to be (within 72 degrees of the Sun).

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