The influence of the planets’ being in the navamsas ||33||

1Mars in its own navamsa produces a fierce, mighty, prominent hero who slays his enemies; in a navamsa of Venus, a restless corruptor of other men’s wives who gets rich from other men’s hoards;
2In a navamsa of Mercury, a vile rogue who does his duty; in a navamsa of the Moon, an able hero, a jealous man; in a navamsa of the Sun, a nayaka of great strength; in a navamsa of Jupiter, the leader (adhimukhya) of a village or city;
3And in a navamsa of Saturn, an evil pauper delighting in destroying wealth. Mars. Venus in its own navamsa produces a rich man having many women who enjoys various foods and drinks;
4In a navamsa of Mars, the husband of a corrupted wife; in a navamsa Mercury, a wise man addicted to sexual intercourse and singing; in a navamsa of the Moon, one who indulges a lot in sexual intercourse and has a noble body; in a navamsa of the Sun, a terrifying nayaka;
5In a navamsa of Jupiter, a strong and courageous man who is pre-eminent in his city or the best poet; and in a navamsa of Saturn, a rich man with a gentle wife who has little character and ends badly.
6Mercury in its own navaamsa produces an eloquent person who knows poetry; in a navamsa of Mars, a thief and killer of men; in a navamsa of Venus, one who engages in laughter and singing; in a navamsa of the Moon, a poet intent on righteousness (dharma) ;
7In a navamsa of the Sun, a servant who finds little happiness; in a navamsa of Jupiter, one whose mind is famous or a poet; and in a navamga of Saturn, a man whose character is destroyed by dishonesty, envy, and lying.
8The Sun in its own navamsa produces a terrible person, a powerful man; in a navamsa of Mars, a hero who steals the property of others; in a navamsa of Venus, a rich man whose land is taken away by the king;
9In a navamsa of the Moon, a person attached to the smallest actions and to miseries, a thin and weak man; in a navamsa of Jupiter, a proud man who has good friends; and in a navamsa of Saturn, one who has a retinue of low people.
10Jupiter in its own navamsa produces a noble, intelligent, and prosperous individual; in a navamsa of Mars, one of firm arrogance; in a navamsa of Venus, a counsellor (mantrin) with a noble wife; in a navamsa of Mercury, one who knows the rules of poetry and the fine arts;
11In a navamsa of the Moon, a wise and prosperous man; in a navamsa of the Sun, a famous man who has much wealth; and in a navamsa of Saturn, a great and wealthy person who speaks cruelly.
12Saturn in its own navamsa produces a man of bad character who is rich in wives and sons; in a navamsa of Mars, a murderous man who delights in evil; in a navamsa of Venus, a man addicted to the posture and work of women ; in a navamsa of Mercury, an artisan who is without independence;
13In a navamsa of the Moon, one who seduces women and then abandons them; in a navamsa of the Sun, a slave who has many diseases; and in a navamsa of Jupiter, one whose wealth comes from the accomplishment of evil deeds.
14In the vargottamamsas, they say that a good influence is complete, a bad one less; in the navamsas of their own houses, they say their influence is middling; and in the navamsas of other (planets’) houses, they indicate it is minute.
15All twelve signs are always indicated in the order of their (the planets’) houses; from these, by means of the natures of the houses, are to be described the natures of men at nativities, if someone inquires.
16When the lord of the dvadasamsa in the ascendent is the strongest lord or is in a cardine, it establishes that the nature of the native is made that of the sign to which the dvadasamsa belongs.