2 Minute Astrology Tutorial : Nature & Signification of Planets [Part-3]

Astrologer Punit Pandey has come up with his 3rd part of ‘2 Minutes Astrology Tutorial’ series. In the previous part, we learned about the benefic and malefic planets. Today, we will go further and discuss about the signification & nature of all planets. ‘Learn Astrology in 2 Minutes Tutorial’ is available for FREE, read further to know more…

Significations & Nature Of Planets

Today, we’ll discuss about signification and nature of planets. Planets are considered as living beings in Vedic Astrology. That’s why planets have certain significations and nature. “Signification” depicts the things associated with a planet. All things of the world are associated with 9 planets. Let’s talk about some main significations.

Sun is significator of king, father, copper and heart etc.

Suppose, if a native has malefic Sun in his birth-chart, things related to signification of Sun i.e. his father and heart etc–would be affected adversely. In other words, the native may not get affection from his father or may suffer with heart-ailments.

Red color, masculine, warrior race, vice, Sattva Guna, fire element, and Pitta are the nature of Sun. Suppose someone has Sun in his ascendant. It will make him aggressive due to Sun’s belligerent or Kshatriya nature. Sun also has masculine nature. So, if a female native has Sun in her ascendant, she may be aggressive and free thinker.

I hope you’d have understood the difference between ‘signification’ and ‘nature’ of planets. We’ve talked about Sun so far, now let’s discuss about Moon.

Moon has nature of female, business-class, water element and Kapha etc. While things such as white color, mother, mind, silver and rice are signified by Moon.
If a native has Moon in his ascendant, he might have feminine attributes in his personality. If a native has malefic Moon in his birth-chart, he might not get the love and affection from his mother.

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