The influence of aspects of the Moon in the navamsas ||32||
1If (the Moon) is in a navamsa of Mars and if it is aspected by Man, (the native) is a fierce thief who takes pleasure in murder and killing; if by Venus, one who is rich in drink, wealth, and women; if by Mercury, a thief who keeps changing his residence;
2If by the Sun, a guardian who kills Dasyus; if by Jupiter, an intelligent king rich in good qualities; and if by Saturn, an angry man attached to strife who is dragged down by many fears.
3The Moon in a navamsa of Venus, if it is aspected by Venus, produces a happy man rich in grain, wealth, and women; if by Mercury, one who knows such things as singing and speaking; if by Jupiter, a poet of famous intellect;
4If by Man, a lover of other men’s wives; if by the Sun, one who has abundant food and drink, but little intelligence; and if by Saturn, a hero delighting (women) by sexual intercourse or an expert in sexual intercourse.
5The Moon in a navamsa of Mercury, if it is aspected by Mercury, produces an eloquent man who knows such things as the meaning of the sciences and the crafts; if by Venus, an expert in singing, story-telling, and sexual intercourse; if by Jupiter, the counsellor (saciva) of a king, one who understands politics;
6If by Mars, an intelligent and prominent thief; if by the Sun, an actor who knows the rules; and if by Saturn, an intelligent man learned in the rules of the crafts.
7The Moon in its own navamsa, if it is aspected by the Sun, produces a man whose wallet and body are both thin and who experiences much sorrow from riots; if by Mars, a greedy person who delights in taking money; if by Jupiter, a wise man of noble firmness;
8If by Venus, one addicted to the posture and acts of women; if by Mercury, an ascetic who restrains himself; and if by Saturn, a clever person who is wise in his activities, but is afflicted by sorrow arising from bondage and wandering.
9The Moon in a navamsa of the Sun, if it is aspected by the Sun, produces a very angry man, a drunkard who is not to be assailed; if by Mars, a cruel man who is wealthy and honored by the king; if by Saturn, a destroyer of life;
10If by Venus, a wealthy man who is afflicted by grief caused by his wife and sons; if by Mercury, one who delights in slander; and if by Jupiter, a rich, fat man.
11The Moon in a navamsa of Jupiter, if it is aspected by Jupiter, produces a man of pure character who possesses intelligence and courage; if by Venus, a firm man attached to the objects of the senses (visaya) ; if by Mercury, one who is learned in poetry and in the sacred traditions (sruti);
12if by Mars, a fierce man clever with swords and weapons; if by the Sun, a strong, but infamous man; and if by Saturn, a wise man who looks like an elder and has a bad king.
13The Moon in a navamsa of Saturn, if it is aspected by Saturn, produces a pitiable pauper racked by disease; if by Mars, a wealthy man with many sorrows; if by the Sun, a cruel person whose property has vanished;
14if by Venus, one who possesses old women, widows, and women of bad character; if by Mercury, a man who enjoys suffering; and if by Jupiter, a well behaved and distinguished person who is intent on good conduct and on giving pleasure.
15In cases wherein the lord of the navamsa is strong while the Moon is weak, men are born whose forms, natures, and actions are like those of the lord of that navamsa.