15 Apr

House in horoscope and Mundane Astrology

House in birth Horoscope depicts the event, happenings, incidents of an individual. Also, every House has a significant and specified role in Mundane Astrology.

Mundane means ‘anything that relates to this material world’ or in simple terms it is interpreted as ‘State’ or ‘National’. The Mundane Astrology means state or national astrology which helps us to predict the general events such as wars, plagues, revolutions, incidents in different state or countries related to the state or country.  Every House of the Mundane chart has specific related activity.

House and its relative significance

The Ascendant of  a country will be the particular sign that rules over it. For instance, The Ascendant of England is Aries and that of the India is Virgo.

First house : This House indicate General state of affairs in the nation, public health, condition of the cabinet.

Second house : This indicate State revenue, aristocracies in the state, wealth, imports, commerce, allies.

Third house:  This house indicates Telecommunications, transportation, journalism, media.

Fourth house : This indicates Telephones, means of communication, Educational institutions, students, real estate, general feeling of well-being, trade, agriculture.

Fifth house : This indicates Children in the state, new births, crime, parks, mentality of leaders.

Sixth house : This indicates State loans, debt, diseases, armed forces, territorial attacks.

Seventh house : This house indicates Health of women, immorality, infant mortality, war, relations with other nations.

Eighth house : This house indicates Death rate, state treasury, unexpected troubles, instability.

Ninth house : Temples, righteousness, judiciary, fortune.

Tenth house: The ruler, politics, parliament, foreign trade, exports, revolution and political instability.

Eleventh house : Gains from other nations, gains in trade, friendship.

Twelfth house : Secret enemies, plots, secret crime, hospitals, wars, losses

In mundane charts, we can use arudha padas, divisional charts etc but we have to re-interpret the significations of various charts, house and arudha padas judiciously. For example, D-9 may show relations with other nations and the role played in international polity. D-30 may show internal disturbances and violence. D-11 may show wars and terrorist activities. D-8 may show unexpected and sudden external troubles like natural calamities. D-10 may show political activity. D-24 may show universities, science, technology, arts, research and activities of intelligentsia. Arudha lagna may show how a nation is perceived in the world. A3 may shows its weapons. A6 may shows its enemies. A7 may show its allies.


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