Planet with domicile Dignity in other Bhavas.
In the planet’s context it will have similar effects as in the case of ascendant conjoined planets which is already mentioned.
Though the meanings of the planets have to be considered since they imply hidden talents and external factors for the native.
The meanings of Bhava have to be taken into account in order to predict the hidden talents while the relations such as conjunction,
opposition, sextile and trine have to be taken into account to know more about external factors as mentioned in the previous chapter.
Examples: Planet with domicile Dignity in other Bhavas.
– The Sun (1) has domicile dignity in other Bhava. In the planet’s context it means honor, dignity and pride.
In case it is not related to the ascendant it will still have the same meanings.
Although these traits are not demonstrated. (They are hidden traits.)
– Saturn (7) has domicile dignity in Marana Bhava. In the context of the planet and also as hidden talents it implies consideration and deliberation.
However, since it falls into Marana Bhava it implies that the native takes too much time to ponder over things but these thoughts are pretty much impractical.
In case it falls into Vinashana Bhava it implies that the thoughts are usually not put into use or the native is over-thinking but can still let go of the thoughts.
(he/she usually considers things carefully.)
In the context of external factor, it implies lands, gardening and farming.
Even though it will become more stable later on but Marana will affect the outcome and turn it into losses without something in return.
In case the planet falls into Ari Bhava it will only indicate dislike while in Vinashana it indicates depletion and impermanence.
The self planet’s planetary power has to be in consideration in order to figure out in what manner the depletion occurs.
Furthermore, the financial planet must also be checked if it is positive or not.
It can play an important role to determine the outcome.
This case is still better than Marana Bhava’s case since the loss yields nothing in return.
In addition, when the planet is not related to the ascendant, it implies that the business is productive but still not very appropriate for the native.
Therefore, it may not be as successful as it should be.
– Rahu (8) has domicile dignity in Marana Bhava.
In the planet’s context and also as hidden talents it implies indulgence in something, shrewdness, cunning, sophistication and trickery.
However, if falls into Marana which indicates that the native is very clever and cunning in general.
Although sometimes he/she may lack these traits and become easily tricked.
(In case it falls into Ari Bhava or Vinashana Bhava this will occur in a lesser degree.)
In the context of external factor, it implies stocks, lotteries and intoxicants.
Although it is true that the income from these things will become more reliable in the end, the will be a total loss without something in return.
(In case the planet falls into Ari Bhava it will only indicate dislike and disinterest while Vinashana indicates exhaustion, depletion and impermanence but with something in return.)
Moreover, when the planet is not related to the ascendant, it implies that it is not appropriate for the native so that it may not become as successful as it should be.
In addition, if the native wants to trick someone it would not be as successful still.
– This is the same for other planets. In other words, the prediction has to be done in clearly distinguished steps.
**There are still a lot of other meanings that the planets represent such as: minerals, organs etc. as mentioned earlier.
The dignity of the planet can also be included for the interpretation.
In case there are conjoined planets the meanings have to be interpreted by separating or combining their meanings.
The importance of the relations has to be taken into account also according to the basis mentioned earlier.