In marriage yogas section for yogas denying marriage,
The 7th lord in the 5th, or the 5th lord in the 7th indicates that the native may not marry and if he does he will be childless.
Here do you mean the native will exercise the choice to not marry himself (Self denial) or due to the relationships being disrupted he will never get to marry any one of them?
Because in the marriage research I did few months back, this yoga was seen for people above 30 but they are unlikely to have had relationships before and no marriage prospect either. Even for a close acquaintance I know, he is 32 and has 5th lord in 7th for Sagittarius Lagna but no relationships or love affairs at all and no marriage prospect either.
And one more thing, you said marriage should be given by 5th or 9th lord then why is the 5th lord in 7th or vice versa a bad yoga ?
Generally, if there is any influence from saturn or rahu to the 7th, its lord, or the yoga planet, more likely it will be just nothing happening. I dont know why this yoga does not allow marriage, you would think it would, but it does not. Thats why its a yoga I taught. Most yogas are just reiterations of basic principles, so 95% of yogas you can just throw away, they are not real yogas. But a few like this defy the normal rules and so are worth knowing.
Hi Ernst and/or anyone,
Could you please remind me of the level of importance of the "5th in the 7th" yoga when it is found in the navamsha but not in the D1/rashi.
And if that 5th lord also happens to be the Darakaraka, does this further guarantee a denial of marriage (or even death of the spouse)?
One more curve ball... : But what if this 5th lord Darakaraka is exalted when placed in the 7th, and "conjunct"( same navamsha sign) a dignified Venus (dignified in Navamsha as well as the D1)?
Thanks for the info,
This yoga is for the rasi, as are most yogas.
If 5th lord is DK, you have to read it as DK and see what it says. If DK is exalted, it will help things out.
I can understand 9th lord giving marriage, which is expansion, but why would 5th lord give marriage?
The act of creation or creating children does not need marriage. Could it be that under the patriarchal society, it might have been needed to ensure property and hierarchy was passed down to legitimate heirs?