The transits of the Sun ||44||

1The Sun in its own place produces brilliance and honor; in the second wealth and prosperity; in the third a struggle with the forces of one’s enemies; in the fourth praise from assemblies of relatives;
2in the fifth diseases from bile, fevers, old age, and illnesses of one’s sons; in the sixth fear of disease; in the seventh it gives health and slays one’s enemies; in the eighth it causes the acquisition of beauty and strength;
3in the ninth (it causes) distress from anger and wandering; in the tenth it produces joy and gives wealth; in the eleventh it brings about the attainment of the results of one’s undertakings; and in the twelfth it causes sickness.
4The Sun in the place of Saturn gives learning and glory; in the second it produces much happiness; in the third loss of wealth and glory; in the fourth fame of one’s family;
5in the fifth the Sun produces a union between one’s sons and oneself; in the sixth joy; in the seventh it causes respect from one’s enemies and gives food; in the eighth it produces pleasure in quarreling with one’s enemies;
6in the ninth the Sun gives position and prosperity; in the tenth there is success in actions and happiness; in the eleventh it gives various possessions, glories, and joys; and in the twelfth it causes sickness.
7The Sun in the place of Jupiter produces despondency and delusion; in the second wealth; in the third loss of position, money, and honor; in the fourth (the native) is the leader of his relatives and people;
8In the fifth the Sun gives friendship with equals, sons, and wealth; in the sixth (the native) subdues his senses; in the seventh it causes delusion, wandering, and illness. in the eighth hostility, diseases, and wandering;
9In the ninth the Sun gives righteousness (dhama) and money, and (the native) conquers his enemies; in the tenth it produces position and business and gives wealth; in the eleventh the Sun causes honor, happiness, wealth, and success; in the twelfth dishonor.
10The Sun in the place of Venus gives poverty, disease, and wandering; in the second it produces women, wealth, and grain; in the third the Sun gives quarrels with one’s wife: in the fourth it causes the misery of his family (vamsa);
11In the fifth it gives losses and enemies; in the sixth it produces amusements in many places; in the seventh it gives women and happiness and produces beauty; in the eighth the Sun destroys the pleasure of the body;
12In the ninth the Sun causes anger and jealousy; in the tenth obstruction in business; in the eleventh glory; and in the twelfth from Venus the Sun brings about success in actions and wealth.
13The Sun in the place of Mars gives money and sons; in the second it produces many possessions; in the third such things as stealing and breaking; in the fourth beauty, strength, and health;
14In the fifth diseases from bile, fevers, old age, and illnesses of one’s sons; in the sixth fear of disease; in the seventh it gives health, and (the native) slays his enemies; in the eighth it causes joy and good fortune;
15In the ninth the Sun gives position and destroys evil; in the tenth it causes the acquisition of profits; in the eleventh the Sun causes pleasure with many women and glory; in the twelfth (the native) is grieved by fatigue.
16The Sun in the place of Mercury gives confusion of memory, breaking, and illness; in the second it causes strife; in the third position and wealth; in the fourth quarrels, fear, and wandering;
17In the fifth it causes beauty and destroys evil; in the sixth the Sun is the creator of honour and wealth; in the seventh the Sun takes away one’s voice and one’s wife; in the eighth it produces diseases;
18In the ninth the Sun gives knowledge and removes illness; in the tenth it causes praises from the best men; in the eleventh (place) from Mercury the Sun produces knowledge, wealth, and beauty; and in the twelfth (the same).
19The Sun in the place of the Moon produces heart-disease, grief, wandering, quarrels, poverty, anger, losses, diseases, fears, sickness, and robbery; in the second expenses, weariness, and anxiety;
20In the third the Sun gives wealth, righteousness (dharma), honour, position, pleasure in friends, and happiness; in the fourth it causes a pouring forth of blood from wounds, fevers, diseases, breaks, and quarrels;
21In the fifth the Sun gives oppression by the king, grief for sons and relatives, and diseases; in the sixth it produces health, happiness, destruction of one’s enemies, joy, fame, and success inbusiness;
22In the seventh it causes a pouring forth of blood, fevers, weariness, old age, poisoning, and wandering; in the eighth the Sun produces sorrow for wife and sons, illness of relatives, losses, misfortunes, and death;
23In the ninth the Sun produces poverty, a fall in status, and the hatred of one’s elders (guru) and relatives; in the tenth it causes the acquisition of human (slaves), quadrupeds, women, gold, lands, and garments;
24In the eleventh the Sun gives position, glory, joy, dainty foods, health, and wealth; in the twelfth place from the Moon it is said by experts to obstruct gaining profits from business.
25The Sun in the ascendant gives glory, praise, position, wealth, prosperity, honor, fame, business, food, and gold; in the second it gives hunger, fatigue, and disease, and destroys one’s accumulated possessions;
26In the third the Sun gives victory, joy, position, good things, wealth, food, and friends; in the fourth it produces pleasure in garlands and sexual intercourse, union with one’s relatives, and power;
27In the fifth it gives toil for one’s family (kula), anxiety, quarrels, diseases, losses, and wandering; in the sixth the Sun gives destruction of one’s enemies and illnesses, glory, brilliance, joy, respect, and wealth;
28In the seventh the Sun produces anger, wandering, delusion, sickness, theft and the illness of one’s wife; in the eighth it kills the body with such thin& as swords, fever, fear of enemies, imprisonment, breaking, and beasts of prey;
29In the ninth the Sun gives disrespect from the vile, expenses, and the destruction of his acts of righteousness (dhama); in the tenth the Sun gives quadrupeds, clothes, lands, sons, wives, and servants;
30In the eleventh the Sun gives many cows, lands, gold, copper, vehicles, seats, position, and happiness; and in the twelfth from the ascendant it takes away treasures and wealth and produces hunger, fatigue, and grief.