Planetary Collision in Lal Kitab

The nine planets which are a part of our solar system have an impact on us. They influence us because of their proximity to earth. As per Vedic astrology, these planets and their placement decide the future of a person at the time of the birth. We have seen that Shadashtak position or 6/8 position of planets gives malefic results.

In Lal Kitab they are slightly different in giving their results. In Lal Kitab, Houses have been given a preference over signs and planetary significators are more important than sign Lords. In Lal Kitab planets have permanent houses, for example, the Sun’s permanent house is first, Moon's is fourth and so on.

In Lal Kitab Kundali, the Moon is situated in the Ascendant and Jupiter is in the 8th house. In this circumstance, the Moon will cast its negative influence on Jupiter because these two planets have colliding aspect with each other. This combination also forms between the Sun and Mars.

If we analyze through natural aspects we see that the Moon and Jupiter, the Sun and Mars are friendly planets. However as per the principles of Lal Kitab, these planets lose their friendly nature. Here the planetary collision may lead to malefic results in the life of a native.

If we notice in Vedic astrology the planets positioned in the 6th and 8th houses make Shadhastak combination. This combination gives negative results to the native. Shadashtak Yoga is less malefic in friendly planets whereas the same combination can turn out to be very dangerous if the planets are enemies.

On the other hand, Lal Kitab has no such principle like Vedic astrology. In Lal Kitab planets in 6th and 8th house have colliding aspect and cast negative results on each other irrespective of any friendship or enmity between them.

Lal Kitab's Deceptive Aspect

A Kundali in which a planet aspects another planet situated in the 10th house from itself casts a fraudulent (Dhoke ka) aspect. This will lead to inauspicious results for the native. The Kundali considered here has the tenth aspect of Sun on the 7th house. In this circumstance, the placement of the Sun is in the 10th house of the Kundali.

In this way, Rahu in the 5th house casts 10th aspect of deception on Saturn which is situated in the 2nd house of a Kundali. Due to this reason the native may face problems from his relatives. There is no significance of natural friendship and enmity in this type of aspect.

The effect of planet sitting in the tenth house will depend on the third, fifth and ninth house. The planets will give effects when houses 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 8th and ninth are vacant. When enemy planets are placed in the tenth house, they fight with each other and turn blind.

The effects of these planets will become uncertain and will depend on the Moon. If the Moon is well placed then benefic results will be obtained. Rahu, Ketu, and Mercury sitting in the tenth house will always be deceptive.

Lal Kitab says that the tenth aspect of a planet is applicable on a planet in a house when there is a responsible relationship between the planets.

For example, if a planet aspect from its own sign, exalted sign or permanent (Pakka) house then the aspect is deceptive and it gives negative results, but the aspect does not harm the house of the afflicted planet.

Lal Kitab says that in this case the enemy or debilitated house of the planet that is aspected by another planet will cause harm to own house. Another important thing to notice is that there will be a variation in the result of an inauspicious planet or house if it is combining with an auspicious planet