The meaning of the Moon (2) : Explanation
Has primary meanings of mannerism, sweetness, softness, charm and demeanor (female).
– The Moon (2) is Tanu-Sed. It implies that the native has good mannerism and soft-hearted. (concisely without referring to the dignity and Bhava or house, it is a subject that is separately described.)
The Moon (2) is Tanu-Lak or a ruling inner house planet in Tanu Bhava. The native is soft-hearted and has good mannerism.
It doesn’t matter where the planet is and what dignity it has the native’s character remains the same because it is his/her innate character.
In case it relates to the ascendant it will be even more obvious since these traits will be demonstrated. In case it is not related to the ascendant these traits will usually not be demonstrated.
Therefore, it is hard to judge from the outside but the native will still possess these characteristics as inner traits and inner self.
The dignity and the Bhava can also be involved. As a consequence, when the planet is in Karma Bhava, the native will become obsessed with work.
(Though if there is no work and Mars (3) is not ascendant related it implies laziness.)
Most importantly, do not forget that when Tanu-Lak planet conjoins with other planets they will affect the behaviors or skills according to the meanings and dignities of the planets no matter how many they are.
For instance, the Sun (1) is Tanu-Lak that conjoins with debilitation dignified Mars (3) and detriment dignified Saturn (7) in a non-ascendant related Bhava.
The native will therefore be constantly diligent at times but will not be able to achieve something out of it as well as having too many scattered thoughts.
(If Tanu-Lak doesn’t conjoin with the planet(s) the native will become lazy and will not think as much.)
– In case Tanu-Lak conjoins with Jupiter (5) and does not relate to the ascendant the native will be virtuous, soft-hearted, compassionate and likes to please the seniors.
Though they will not feel grateful for the hard work and will constantly keep the native busy with assignments. (Jupiter (5) is not auspicious and therefore not helpful.)
The meaning of the Moon (2) : The Moon (2) is positive or neutral and relates to the ascendant.
The native will be a soft-hearted, well-mannered, charm and demeanor (female). These traits will be noticeable.
If the planet is neutral these traits will be adequate. (if it conjoins with the ascendant and has domicile dignity as Tanu-Lak and/or Tanu-Sed they have to be included too.)
If it has exaltation dignity the manner is good and the charm is constantly high.
Maha Chakra dignity implies that these traits will not be remarkable in normal circumstances but sometimes the native will be very charming and sweet.
Raja Yoga implies that these traits will depend on the sentiment of the native.
(The degree percentage will be according to the relation: conjunction, opposition, sextile and trine.)
The meaning of the Moon (2) : As a positive planet that relates to the ascendant it is appropriate to pursue a career as a movie star, a singer or an actor.
The reason is that it is easy to gain popularity since these positive traits are demonstrated to the peers.
-The Moon (2) is positive or neutral and is unrelated to the ascendant.
The meaning of the Moon (2) : In case it is not related to the ascendant the native will be a soft-hearted and well-mannered, charming and well-demeanor (female).
Although these traits will not be demonstrated. It is therefore not observable for the peers even though deep inside the native is still a well-mannered and sweet person as internal factors according to the dignity of the planet.
Although the planet is positive, it will not be beneficial since the peers cannot observe the positive traits.
Therefore, it is not considered auspicious since popularity will not be increased.
Normally, most of the females from these cases will not have a distinguished demeanor.
They are only people that know the native well enough to notice it. Therefore, it requires a careful consideration before predicting.
Some of them may be a tomboy and some of them may talk like a man even though they are feminine.
The meaning of the Moon (2) : The Moon (2) is negative and relates to the ascendant. It implies too much mannerism and sweetness.
If the native is a male, he may appear as a weakling. This is observable for the peers.
(The degree percentage will depend on the relation: conjunction, opposition, sextile and trine.)
As an ascendant related planet but with a negative dignity it is considered inauspicious.
(Auspiciousness is a neutral word. When it is positive it is called “auspicious”. When it is negative it is called “inauspicious”.)
A negative planet that encourages demonstration of negative behaviors will not lead to popularity amongst the peers.
The Moon (2) is negative and relates to the ascendant. If it is not related to the ascendant the native will not be well-behaved and sweet.
If the native is a female she will not have demeanor. Although these traits exist as inner traits they are still negligible.
As a negative planet that is unrelated to the ascendant it is therefore considered inauspicious since it is both negative and unobservable for the peers.
The Moon (2) as external factors represents female, white color and silver (see the Sun (1) for examples of auspiciousness.)
The Moon (2) with it’s pair will be able to enhance and suppress another planet’s influence.
Even though the Moon (2) has primary meanings in terms of mannerism and sweetness it could also play an important role in affecting another planet’s influence.
For instance, when it conjoins with it’s friendly pair Mercury (4) both of them will be enhanced.
When it conjoins with it’s kindred pair Rahu (8) both of them will be enhanced. Therefore, speech, indulgence, trickery may influence the native’s life even more.
The Moon (2) has influence over the strengthh of the house.
Bhava or house will become strong or weak depending on the dignity of the planet. It doesn’t matter if it is a large or small planet.
– If Tanu Bhava has the Moon (2) that is positive and conjoins with the ascendant or is Tanu-Lak, the native will have a strong horoscope according to the dignity of the planet.
Therefore, life will become successful in an easy way. When the horoscope is weak it would still be alright.
– In case Kadhumpa Bhava, the financial house has the Moon (2) that is positive as an outer house planet or as the ruling house, the native will be wealthy according to the dignity of the planet.
Therefore, the fate of the native may differ depending on the dignity of the Moon (2).
Although the Moon (2) is considered neither beneficial nor harmful in itself, the dignity of it and the relations to others will greatly affect the outcome.
The Bhavas too may also affect the outcome.