Conjunctions of two planets (and their effects on) thoughts ||56||
1If the Sun and the Moon are in conjunction in one sign, he is thinking of his elders (guru), his kinsmen, or his king; if the Sun and Mars, of a prince (parthiva), a general (nayaka), fire, foes, gold, carnivorous animals, or poison;
2If the Sun and Mercury are in one sign, he is thinking of blows, spells, the traditions (sruti), or his duty; if the Sun and Venus are in conjunction, of the king, warriors, lingas, women, eye-diseases, houses, or quadrupeds;
3If the Sun and Jupiter, of missiles, elephants, horses, machines, righteousness (dharma), the traditions (sruti), ministers, or doctors; if the Sun and Saturn are in conjunction, he is thinking of the sacrifice of bulls, frauds, hindrances, fatigue, or crushing.
4In a conjunction of the Moon and Mars he is thinking of strength, wrestlers, warriors, separation from evil and from his enemies, or the acquisition of lands; in one of the Moon and Mercury, he is thinking of his children, poetry, money, efforts, the traditions (sruti), or success;
5(In a conjunction) of the Moon and Venus he is thinking of the acquisition of such things as gems and pearls or of cows, fields, women, or sexual intercourse; in one of the Moon and Jupiter he is thinking of honoring gods and Brahmanas, righteousness (dharma), traditions (sruti), the sciences, or virtues;
6(In a conjunction) of the Moon and Saturn he is thinking of retreat, harshness, firmness, concealment, or wind-diseases. (The astrologer), after examining (the situation), should determine the influence independently by means of that distinction which has been specified.
7(In a conjunction) of Mars and Mercury they say he is thinking of quarrels, fraudulent behaviour, mischief, lies, or theft; in one of Mars and Venus, of anger, misfortune, bad women, quarrels with noble women (svarya), frauds, or robberies;
8In one of Man and Jupiter, he is thinking of his own beauty and splendour, the protection of his position and of himself, or the destruction of his foes; in one of Man and Saturn, he is thinking of such things as the obstruction of his relatives, thefts, injuries, or stealing the possessions of the best me”.
9(In a conjunction) of Mercury and Venus he is thinking of the traditions (sruti), crafts, songs, cleverness, acquisitions, or buying and selling; in one of Mercury and Jupiter he is thinking of poetry, his kinsmen, the traditions (sruti), the sciences, or asceticism;
10In one of Mercury and Saturn he is thinking of grass-houses, wandering, heretics, or unsuspected attacks. (In a conjunction) of Venus and Jupiter he is thinking of his excellent wife and sons, of righteousness (dharma), of knowledge, or of his treasury;
11In one of Venus and Saturn, he is thinking of such things as tastes and clothes or of cows, metals (loha), bad women, and sexual intercourse. (In a conjunction) of Jupiter and Saturn he is thinking of service to his elders (guru) and to old men or his loss of ceremonial initiation (diksa), his house, or his position.
12Whenever a planet is said to be very strong in the revolving circle of zodiacal signs, then, even if it is in conjunction with an injured planet, it produces (a result) which, for the most part, depends on its own nature.