The transits of the Moon ||50||

1The Moon in its own place gives food, perfume, garlands, women, friends, garments, and sexual intercourse; in the second it causes many expenses, difficulties, and despair;
2In the third the Moon gives clothes, gold, women, friends, glory, and food; in the fourth it causes grief which arise from the sufferings of one’s relatives and the loss of one’s wealth;
3In the fifth the Moon causes the loss of one’s wealth, indigestion, diseases, wandering, poverty, and agitation; in the sixth the destruction of one’s foes, good health, sons, money, success, affection, learning, and joy;
4In the seventh the Moon gives women, wealth, relatives, beds, gold, food, and clothes; in the eighth hunger, diseases, anxiety, quarrels, loss of one’s money, death, decay, and distress;
5In the ninth the Moon oversees the loss of one’s wealth, illness, expenses, the ruin of one’s honour, and hindrances; in the tenth it produces much honour, joy, profits from one’s activities, nobility, and distinction;
6In the eleventh affection, the marriage-bed, women, food, joy, happiness, and money; in the twelfth the Moon causes poverty, laziness, and the diminution of one’s honour.
7The Moon in the place of the Sun produces misery in one’s body; in the second it gives wandering and disease; in the third it causes joy, victory, and good health; in the fourth it gives the breaking of one’s weapons and spells (mantra), and fevers;
8In the fifth it causes an increase in strife and evil; in the sixth joy and victory; in the seventh the Moon gives consideration for one’s mother’s family (kula); in the eighth success with regard to money;
9Iold, and metals (loha) ; in the twelfth disease.
10The Moon in the place of Saturn causes hunger and blows with boulders; in the second the diminution of one’s money; in the third the acquisition of glory and wealth; in the fourth wind (-diseases), fevers, and poverty;
11In the fifth the Moon produces wealth and flowers; in the sixth the destruction of one’s enemies and an accumulation of strength; in the seventh pain in mind and body; in the eighth the loss of one’s money;
12In the ninth it (causes) wind(-diseases), belly(-aches), indigestion, and failure in one’s actions; in the tenth it gives possessions; in the eleventh the Moon causes illness among one’s slaves and quadrupeds; in the twelfth quarrels with bad people.
13The Moon in the place of Jupiter produces knowledge, wealth, and fame; in the second honor and wealth; in the third it causes separation from one’s wife and friends; in the fourth it gives women, enjoyment, prosperity, and wealth;
14In the fifth the Moon gives status, brilliance, and fear among one’s foes; in the sixth it delivers diseases; in the seventh it gives a wife, clothes, and strength; in the eighth wealth and power;
15In the ninth it causes bondage, mischief, and ill-fame to oneself; in the tenth it conquers one’s foes; in the eleventh it causes the acquisition of food and vehicles; and in the twelfth an increase of sickness in the head.
16The Moon in the place of Venus causes agitation in one’s wife’s family (kula); in the second ornaments; in the third it gives victory, clothes, and cows; in the fourth merchandise, wealth, and food;
17In the fifth the Moon produces honor, learning, and fame; in the sixth disease and obstruction; in the seventh an increase in one’s poverty; in the eighth it gives sickness and fear;
18In the ninth the Moon causes honor and victory; in the tenth the attainment of wealth; in the eleventh it gives the acquisition of profit, pleasure, clothes, and women; and in the twelfth it produces joy.
19The Moon in the place of Mars gives wandering, disease, separation, and enemies; in the second it produces power; in the third lordship and pleasure; in the fourth envy, illness, and anxiety;
20In the fifth authority, reverence, profit, and nobility; in the sixth the murder of one’s enemies; in the seventh blood(-diseases), wounds, and faults; in the eighth the Moon gives wandering, imprisonment, and disease;
21In the ninth the Moon gives brilliance and prosperity; in the tenth authority and beauty; in the eleventh the Moon causes the acquisition of fame and great wealth; and in the twelfth the ruin of one’s property.
22The Moon in the place of Mercury produces such things as children, knowledge, and pleasure; in the second it gives desirable things; in the third it produces beauty, good qualities, and fame; in the fourth confused speech and distress;
23In the fifth the Moon produces censure and the resorting to evil; in the sixth contempt from an ignoble person (anarya); in the seventh intellect, joy, and treasure; in the eighth it gives money and status;
24In the ninth it causes the purity of one’s character; in the tenth success with regard to one’s words, thoughts, and actions; in the eleventh the Moon gives wealth from one’s friends and sons; in the twelfth an increase in one’s poverty.
25The Moon in the ascendant gives vomiting, fevers, indigestion, strife, fatigue, wandering, enemies, and death; in the second it causes the loss of one’s wealth, diseases of the eyes, travels, thefts, expenses, aversion, and anger;
26In the third the Moon gives honor, women, authority, wealth, garments, lands, and joy; in the fourth the Moon produces quarrels with one’s relatives, diseases, poverty, anger, and calumny;
27In the fifth the illness of one’s sons, the loss of one’s money, the poisoning of one’s friends’ affection, and expenses; in the sixth the Moon causes the destruction of one’s enemies, honor, good health, and the accumulation of money;
28In the seventh the Moon produces weariness from wandering, anxiety about one’s money, jealousy, sorrow, and homelessness; in the eighth one’s own death, hunger, wandering, imprisonment, fever, sword(-wounds), and delusions;
29In the ninth the Moon causes one’s dependence on others, wandering, aversion, greed, delusion, impotence, and dishonor; in the tenth success in business, happiness, the acquisition of wealth, and respect;
30In the eleventh the Moon causes the acquisition of women, silver, food, drink, good clothes, position, and quadrupeds; in the twelfth from the ascendant trouble in one’s business and the loss of one’s profits.
31There are two (possible) influences due to the division (of the world) into an external part and an internal one. If the Moon is in its own Hora, it produces (a result) which has not been thought of previously; but if it is in a Hora of the Sun, it always produces one which has been mentioned before.
32In the (several) signs (the Moon) always gives a result, either good or bad, which is in consonance with that sign or its navamsa; if Saturn aspects the Moon in any (planet’s) dvadasamsa or navamsa, even though that (planet) be benefit, it produces evil.
33If the Moon is in a benefit planet’s (varga) and is aspected by a benefit, it gives everything that has been predicted and destroys evil; in the reverse situation it gives a worse evil; but if it is in (the varga of) a malefic planet (without being aspected by one), it is always without influence at all.