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Qualities given by the 9 Planets
Qualities given by the 9 Planets
Sun (Surya Dev) gives a native good leadership abilities, good management skills and makes him good administrator. Person is also good at utilization and distribution of resources. Sun, karaka of kingship gives good knowledge of politics and public sector. Sun also makes one good at doing social service.
Sun ruling Chandas gives good sense of rhythm that dancers, singers or musician have. It also makes a native very good at playing musical instrument(s).
Sun is a very spiritual planet, he is Naisargik Atma Karaka hence he develops great spiritual inclination and person has lots of interest in religious books of higher philosophy like (Bhagwat Geeta, Bible, Kuran etc) because of Sun.
Being a Kshatriya by karmas he gives good acumen to use sharp objects like sward/knife well.
To have all or some of these qualities: Sun must be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Sun has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Moon (The mind and the queen)
Moon grants a native with very fertile imagination. The native can create stories very easily like an author or makes one an author.
The people blessed by moon are excellent in comprehending psychology and become excellent psychologists. The planet is Naisargik Karaka (natural significator) for mother hence grants great healing & carrying attitude/skills and makes excellent nurse, doctor or healers in all domains where these skills or qualities are a prerequisite (carrying and nurturing children, old people, mentally or physically ill people).
Moon gives us super sense of melody, and grants a native a voice that can generate even dead emotions, it makes excellent singers.
Moon is also a Naisargik Karaka for society in general and makes a person very social in general and grants great social skills to a native. Consequently the person becomes likeable by all.
To have all or some of these qualities: Moon must be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Moon has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Mars (Mangal): The general of army of Gods (Devas), is a planet of war and aggression and represents agni tatwa (fire element) in us. It represents initiative, courage, strength and ability to defend ourselves and control others when required.
Mars represents security and defense and it enables a native to acquire self defense skills as taught in martial arts (karate, boxing, taekwondo, judo etc). It also gives knowledge of weapons or war-heads.
A positive Mars helps make a native a good and skilled engineer. Mars gives us acumen to understand and utilize good logic. He gives us ability to break down problem in parts and solve them systematically, one by one.
Being a fiery planet, it empowers a native to use the fire in a judicious way and hence help make great cooks, fire managers in various domains.
Being a warrior by nature he makes a native very disciplined in life and makes him strict follower of time table.
Mars also gives good legal knowledge and jurisprudence (The science of juridical law; the knowledge of the laws, customs, and rights of men in a state or community, necessary for the due administration of justice).
To have all or some of these characteristics: Mars must be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Mars has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Mercury (The Prince):
Mercury rules bhu-tatwa (earth element) of concrete things, efforts, work and achievements.
Mercury, being a rajsik planet (having passion) rules business, commerce and trade. He makes a person very good in fields like: sales, business development, product management, marketing, and business in general.
Mercury is very good in counting and all professionals requiring this key skill are ruled by the planet (accounting, statistics, pricing etc.).
He is the planet of scholarship, one blessed with Mercury is proficient at analyzing complex scenarios and very quick in learning. The planet gives excellent memory to retain things fresh in mind.
It is quite changeable and adaptable in nature and enables one cope with diverse situations/interlocutors rapidly.
Mercury rules speech and communication. He makes one a good communicator, who can expresses oneself in a concrete way (both oral and written). The planet enables one learn many languages and makes a native brilliant teacher.
Mercury makes one good at: sculpturing, weaving, copying things & reproducing them, and mimicking etc. He gives a person excellent sense of humor and presence of mind.
Mercury also makes one adept at dancing, gymnastic and yoga etc.
To have all or some of these qualities: Mercury has to be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Mercury has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Venus: Preceptor of demons (asura) and ruler of entire private sector.
Venus is a Jala-tatwa (watery) planet and rules the feelings and emotions of a human beings.
Venus makes one very good in domains like painting, drawing, decoration etc. The quality of writing beautiful poetry with rhyming words and fluidity is given by Venus.
He makes a native very good in designing things. It may be any kind of design right from designer of high-tech electrical/electronic circuits, building architectures, vehicles, objects, and accessories etc.
It gives to a native very fine eye to details, useful for many professions and makes a native eloquent speaker.
Venus is a very knowledgeable guru and critic and gives his advice to improve things/situations.
Being a Rajo-guna (having passion) planet, he makes a native very passionate in general and maintains his procreation abilities till very old age. Venus gives good fighting spirit to never gives up or to try again and again until one gets what one wants.
People blessed by the planet have very high level of self motivation and they can rather motivate others to face the challenges of life. Venus has the power of Mrutunjaya Mantra to bring life-force back in dead, that is why people blessed by Venus can dare to take big challenges and can try to revive any finished situation.
Venus rules the private sector in general and gives a native good micro-management skills needed there. He is a consultant and adviser of private sector and rules over policies, practices, business strategies and management of the enterprise world.
To have all or some of these characteristics: Venus has to be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Venus has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Jupiter (Dev Guru Brahaspati)
Jupiter is the personification of Dhi-Shakti among us and hence gives us wisdom, discretion and judgment. It represents universal peace and brotherhood and inculcates these qualities in a native thereby making him very respected and loved by all.
Among the 5 Tatwas (5 Building blocks of creation) it represents Akash Tatwa which gives meaning and direction to our existence. It also governs cohesion and helps bind people and things together.
Being a very deep thinker he makes a native interested in higher philosophies and makes him very philosophical.
He also gives very good knowledge of grammar and origin of words and languages.
Being a Guru of Devas (Gods) he gives lot of knowledge of religion, religious scriptures and such traditional knowledge of righteousness and Dharma.
He legitimizes things in the society so that there is a proper order for all and hence gives excellent knowledge of law to a native.
Jupiter has very wide view and makes a person excellent in subjects like: geography and other such related subjects.
Being Naisargik karaka (natural significator) of wealth, he blesses a native with vast knowledge of finance, economy and optimization and enhancement of resources on national and/or global scale.
Seeking and sharing knowledge, teaching and showing others the right path are the karmas of Guru, consequently Jupiter grants to a native wide interest in diverse fields and helps him acquire absolute knowledge in at least one field.
To have all or some of these qualities: Jupiter must be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Jupiter has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Saturn (Shani Maharaj) is the personification of hard work and labor within us, without which nothing can be achieved in this world. He gives us capacity to put all our efforts for the pursuit of our goals.
Saturn gives us capacity to digest or tolerate lot of physical pain and mental suffering. In adverse conditions in life, Saturn helps a native face life with less difficulty.
He gives us good tolerance and good patience so that we can make persistent determined efforts to achieve our objectives.
Saturn helps a native have good self discipline therefore a person can impose austerity on himself like a monk. Person blessed by Saturn has immense capacity to repeatedly do things without any frustration.
He makes a native good at doing thing by hands (like sewing, making objects from clay, playing a musical instrument etc.). Saturn also makes a native good archer.
Saturn infuses philosophy in a human being and makes him very philosophical, especially sorrow related philosophies.
Being traditional by nature he makes a native interested in history, antiques and/or old fashioned things.
To have all or some of these qualities: Saturn must be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Saturn has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Rahu (The Dragon's Head) gives one ability to break the traditional known boundaries and explore the unknown in all fields. Therefore he gives one abilities to do excellent research and bring about innovations in the world.
Rahu makes one a very good diplomat, person can behave in very refined and polished manner and achieve his objectives. Rahu makes one very adept in scheming, cheating and deceiving others. He makes a person an excellent spy. One can only spy if his internal motives are not known to others. Rahu gives knowledge of poisonous/dangerous chemicals or drugs, knowledge of nuclear technology, knowledge of physics, knowledge of metallurgy or metals manufacturing and knowledge of big modern electronics etc.
To have all or some of these characteristics: Rahu has to be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Rahu has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).
Ketu: (Moksha Karaka shows liberation and times completely head less, the Dragon's tail)
Ketu gives us very good Intuition abilities. It means person has prior knowledge of the future events in his life somehow: for example if accident is written in your destiny it will happen for sure, but strong and positive Ketu will tell you well in advance. You can do more Japas to reduce the intensity of such negative event.
Ketu gives excellent abilities to do mathematics and numbers calculations very fast.
Person is very good at hiding things and can keep many secrets, thanks to Ketu. The planet also makes the person an expert in deceiving others and he can steal things with great ease.
Abilities to do precision work with expertise is a another super skill that Ketu gives to us. It also enables us make or repair precision instruments like micro electronics: mobile phones, watches and other such high-tech precision devices..
To have all or some of these characteristics: Ketu has to be placed in trines (1,5,9 House) in Navamsha (D9) or Ketu has to be Vargautama (placed in same sign in Rashi chart and in Navamsha chart).