Article 6: Importance of 5th House from Ascendant – A Vedic Astrology Analysis

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People often goes to an astrologer to find out as to what relationship a native may have with his/her children or whether it was an opportune time for family planning. The answer to all these questions is the fifth house of ones horoscope as per vedic astrology. The fifth house also represents ones intelligence, affection and talent. Depending on the cusp, the fifth house also rules ones belly, stomach and heart. The fifth house has also to do good deeds in ones past lives. Since the fifth house is third from the third house, hence it also represents brother who is younger to ones brother and father’s father. It also represents elder brothers/sisters spouse or partner in business. The fifth house also mean fall from high office or gain of ministership since its eighth house from tenth.

The native is likely to have issues in childbirth if owner of the fifth and eleventh houses are not placed in good positions. Problems of child birth also emerges when owner of the ascendant is weak or not placed in a good position. If the fifth house lord is in the sixth house, eighth house or the twelfth house, the native may have difficulty in having children. The above observations are just general predictions and whether a married couple will have a child or not depends on various other factors.

The best part of the fifth house is its representations of curing oneself from diseases. This is because its the twelfth house from the sixth house. The fifth house also stands for creativity. Hence a strong fifth lord makes a person extremely creative.

The above write-up is a general prediction and these are my personal views, which may not match with astrologers. This is based on my experience of reading this subject and looking into the practicalities of the situation based on horoscope analysis for all these years.
Writer:
Mainak Majumdar
Astro Specialist

https://predictionsbyastrology.wordpress.com

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