What if 12th house lord Sun is in 6th house for a Virgo Rising? (Vedic Astrology)



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The sign of Leo falls on the 12th house cusp for a Virgo Rising person. This shows that the identity of a Virgo Rising person comes from foreign places (such as foreign countries) or behind the scenes (mass media).

Now if the Lord of the 12th house (Sun) is placed in the 6th house in the sign of Aquarius then the identity of the native could of someone who might be a health care professional in some foreign country or over the internet (or mass media in general).

The identity of the native could also of someone who takes care of orphan children, widowed women, diseased people or something that sort involving social welfare of some kind. This is so because the sign of Aquarius is mostly about social welfare and since it falls on the 6th house of diseases, underprivileged people, obstacles, etc it denotes a personality dealing with such things.

You see there are so many people who are mentally ill and no one is there to care for them and they are on the roads in isolation. Now there are many non-profit organizations which take care of such people and a Virgo Ascendant native could be one of them working for such an organization if his Sun is placed in the sign of Aquarius in the 6th house. But this is more so if Saturn is placed in the 5th house in the sign of Capricorn with Sun and Mercury in the 11th house. Then the person could be the head of a large non-profit organization or some health care institute or a research institute as the sign of Aquarius is also about scientific research. It could also be a financial institution offering loans (helping people with money) or even an educational institute providing health care education. The person could also be a teacher or a professor of science and technology if Saturn is placed in the sign of Sagittarius in the 4th house.

But if Saturn is located in the sign of Aries in the 8th house (still considering Sun in the 6th house in the sign of Aquarius) the native could lose a lot of money in gambling > stock markets or sports betting (or something that sort) as Saturn is debilitated in the sign of Aries and since it is happening in the 8th house > of gambling > the person could lose money if he is involved in gambling. Also, the person becomes lazy when serving to others in the ashrams and cannot even fight and compete in sports or in general (such as war) when Saturn gets debilitated and the authority is also lost. The person leads an isolated and miserable life. He is forced to do some low-quality job in some isolated place. He becomes like an old man not able to perform his actions properly.

Usually, the personality becomes weird when Sun is placed in the sign of Aquarius (unless Saturn > the lord of Aquarius sign > is also seated along with the Sun) and the person doesn't really know what he wants to achieve.

If Sun is placed in the sign of Aquarius in the 6th house and if Saturn is placed in the sign of Pisces in the 7th house then the person could even be a spiritual healer or a nurse or a doctor or a person engaged in helping the needy and disabled people.

The native could also be a sportsman if Mars is well placed such as the 9th house or the 10th house (still considering > Sun in 6th house) and Saturn is found on the 1st house in the birth chart or the horoscope of the native.

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Written by: Rajesh Bihani ( Find me on Google+ )

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