4th House Astrology


The fourth house stands for Sukh Bhava and Matri Bhava. Following are the issues related to the fourth house.

Significance of Fourth House in Astrology

  • It covers the Mother or stepmother, the mutual relationship between Mother and self.

  • The fourth house represents the Mother's overall personality, her shortcomings, and her character.

  • Omission and commission on the part of mothers lead to losses and gains, respectively.

  • The fourth house stands for the Mother's health, treatment, and recovery.Mother's actions might have an impact on education.

  • Her influence is also present in the behavior of domestic help, servants, and other employees.

  • Disputes might occur between the mother/stepmother and the native to inherit property and other assets. And will be left by the father or grandparents to be owned by the Mother or the stepmother. The referral houses second, ninth, and tenth.

  • The mother/stepmother might have to bear inconveniences related to home, transport, domestic help, and native's actions. The referral house is first.

  • The Mother's death might cause issues in inheritance matters, which might lead to legal feuds.

  • Certain inconvenience might occur due to the native's attitude towards the neighbors and vice-versa, leading to permanent violence. The referral houses are sixth and eighth.

  • Ownership issues might occur with the neighbors leading to leaving the rented place or owning it.

  • Rented space will always be a reason for both convenience and inconvenience. The referral houses are sixth, ninth, tenth, and twelfth.

  • Natives might use properties, or they might give on rent too.

  • Acquisition of property by purchase, hiring, lease, contract, etc. of property or premises for own use or, by other members of the family or by partners based on the responsibility of the native and native's relations with the owner.

  • Disputes related to ownership of the rented property (all kinds of farmlands)

  • Certain shifts might occur in the workplace, such as rented residence, shops, offices, etc., however easy or difficult.

  • Property construction and disputes related to properties might prevail. There might be some difficulty getting financial loans from bodies such as electricity, municipality, and telecommunication, leading to both omission and commission.

  • Cattle and other animal breeding might become a source of income. The referral houses are second and tenth.

  • Losses in animal breeding might occur due to less demand, competition, theft, fire, diseases, and epidemic, distress sale owing to governmental/ municipal restrictions and policy change.

  • Such changes might affect the referral houses of eleventh and twelfth.

  • Animals used in circuses might lead to gains and losses if the circus is self-regulated or run by others. The referral houses are tenth and eleventh.

  • Means of transport might not be available for livelihood or pleasure based on rent.

  • Transport might get damaged, leading to legal affairs and revenge. The referral houses are eighth, eleventh, and twelfth.

  • Insurance claims on damaged transport might cause a delay in settlement. The referral houses are fourth and twelfth.

  • Usual repairs on accident might take place.

  • Animal transport or pulled by humans have issues relating to restrictions and costings. The referral houses are eighth and twelfth.

  • Accidents through animal's vehicles or self-driven might lead to penalties to the driver or the one whose accident happened. The referral houses are eleventh and twelfth.

  • Means of transport used for goods conveyance (auto vehicles) and animal-driven vehicles including hand carts pulled by human power, and gains or losses from them: and in cases of accident, consequences both ways – when the native receives profits or have to pay compensations. The referral houses are eighth, eleventh, and twelfth.

  • Accidents might happen due to Air travel/ train journey/ journey by public auto-vehicle, leading to loss of luggage in the native or transporters' custody. The referral houses are eighth and twelfth.

  • Loss of life or injuries due to accidents might occur due to native or transporters' mistakes. The referral houses are eleventh and twelfth.

  • Compensations might have to be given due to the harm caused to the animals in use.

  • The natives might be framed in smuggling or any other kind of criminal activity related to transport.

  • such properties might get seized. Release of payments might also get stopped due to penalty or confiscation. The referral house is twelfth.

  • Illegal activities might lead to the theft of means of transport; theft for the sake of re-sale for financial gains; re-sale after disassembling it; abandonment in good or damaged condition after its misuse for smuggling. Such activities have a legal and monetary impact on the owners. The referral house is twelfth.

  • Claims arising out of the issues as mentioned above, might take place. The claimant's mutual position and the party liable to pay cost or compensation for a damaged/ stolen vehicle can occur. Delays in such claims might happen. The referral houses are eleventh and twelfth.

  • Digestive system might get affected.

  • Success or failure of treatment of the digestive system.

  • Food restrictions might happen. Junk food, intoxication materials, and soft-drinks would be prohibited.

  • Health might suffer. Recovery becomes dicey.

  • Ailments lead to expenditure. Consumption of junk also increases cost.

  • Surgical treatment might succeed or not and might have subsequent effects. The referral houses are second and eighth.

  • Heart issues might also take place.

  • Surgical treatment locally pr abroad have equal chances of success and failure. The referral houses are second and eighth.

  • Breast cancer and subsequent consequences might happen. The referral houses are second and eighth.

  • Lower region of the body from waist to kidneys to uterus might be affected. The referral house is five.

  • Upper body parts might also face health issues that might have side-effects.

  • Women might have gynecological issues and have difficulty in conceiving. The referral house is fifth.

  • Hernia, appendicitis; defects in any of them, and medical and surgical treatment might happen. It might have an impact on sex life. The referral houses are seventh and eighth.

  • Adoption of a child are on the cards. Having a male child and adopting a female child and vice-versa might also take place. The referral house is five.

  • After the adoption of a child, the native's child is born.

  • The situation mentioned above causes issues in inheritance to the property leading to legal problems. The referral houses are ninth, eleventh, and twelfth.

  • Parent's attitude in both adopted and natural children while working or not working and during illnesses. The referral houses are ninth, tenth, and twelfth.

  • Death of natural and foster Mother along with the impact on the child. The referral houses are eleventh and twelfth.

  • The death is followed by inheritance issues, and their settlements lead to quarrels. The referral houses are ninth, eleventh, and twelfth.

  • The natives incline to indulge in races, cards, kitty-parties, and gambling. The referral houses are eighth, eleventh, and twelfth.

  • Compensation is to be paid by transport. It has to be done by the insurance company if any damage or theft in the transport business.

  • From owning a vehicle to being a part of the transport business is progress in itself.

  • If a death occurs due to the transport vehicles of the company, litigation follows. The referral house is twelfth.

  • Public transport vehicles might fall victim to militant activity. The referral house is twelfth.

  • The natives might run Clubs/ casinos/ discotheques/ gambling houses; as a means of entertainment. The referral houses are eleventh and twelfth.

  • The places mentioned above might be unlawful. Hence, legalities follow. The referral houses are ninth and twelfth.

  • Misuse of those places might lead to illegalities and violence. The referral houses are sixth, eighth, and twelfth.

  • Involvement in contraband goods, smuggled goods, and other storage.

  • Involvement in these goods might lead to legal procedures.

  • Involvement in the production and preparation of drugs, intoxicants, alcohol, wine, bhang, ganja, charas might pave the way for law and order.

  • Such actions might significantly impact the personal and social lives of the people involved. The referral houses are eighth and twelfth.

  • People who help find the criminals involved in drugs and contraband goods are given rewards and promotions. The referral houses are tenth and eleventh.

  • However, many risks are there in the officers' lives involved in search of the criminals. The referral houses are sixth and eighth.

  • Health gets deteriorated on consuming intoxicants such as drugs, alcohol, bhang, charas, ganja. The referral houses are sixth, eighth, and tenth.

  • Such harmful and unlawful activities affect life's longevity and badly affect income, family, and social life. The referral houses are second, fifth, eighth, eleventh, tenth, and twelfth.

  • Due to the consumption of drugs affects the capacity to procreate, leading to loss of pregnancy, sterility, underdeveloped baby. The referral houses are fifth and tenth.

  • Criminal groups are always active, mafia gangs, smuggling groups, and hired goons.

  • Law and order control are required when both sides have to bear confrontations and conflicts.

  • The unlawful people, such as dealers of contraband goods, drugs, and alcohol, are disposed to the law.

  • Involvement in human trafficking. The referral houses are seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth.

  • Children theft and exchange with criminal bent of mind.

  • Such activities have an impact on the lives of the people involved.

  • Prostitution rackets and sex orgy centers. The referral houses are seventh and twelfth.

  • Children and women are searched for such illegal activities.

  • Graveyards and cremation grounds are also not left out.

  • Retrieval of goods from treasure centers.

  • Smuggling of mines and minerals.

  • Wild animals and reptiles can cause wounds and injuries. The referral houses are sixth and eighth.

  • Heart attack in sleep might be life-threatening. The referral houses are second and eighth.

  • Murders while in sleep might happen. The referral houses are second and eighth.

  • if one gets saved from murder, revenge can take birth.

  • Natives contribute to schools, hospitals, night shelters, and other social spaces for the poor people's welfare.

  • Maintenance of the above-mentioned public-welfare works, checking lapses and consequences of the beneficiaries.

  • Other welfare schemes include Nari Niketan, Women Protection Corporations.

  • However, corruption and mismanagement might also take place in such schemes. Good and bad, both repercussions are possible along with the heinous crime of sexual misconduct. Law and order intervene in case of evil deeds.

  • Domestic life will have chaos due to internal disputes and external interference.

  • Family members might be passive and non-availability of funds. Older adults come to the rescue during these times.

  • Disturbed mindset gets the support of grandparents and earning member of the family.

  • Sometimes, mothers and grandmothers might behave rashly, leading to chaos at home. They might be rude towards younger females in the family. The referral houses are first and seventh.

  • In turn, the younger females behave rashly with the elder females. The referral house is seventh.

  • Gifts and ornaments, assets, and property are in store. The referral house is eleventh.

  • Any near or distant relation might claim shares in cash and kind in favor of the individual. The referral houses are third, ninth, and tenth.

  • Loss of cash/ assets/ property by individual yielding own rights and claims in favor of brother/ sister/ cousin/ near or far away relation. The referral houses are third, ninth, and twelfth.

  • Mothers might not be able to breastfeed the babies due to no milk, avoidance of feeding, death of the Mother, or separation of the Mother and child. The referral house is first.

  • Hence, wet nurse feeds, adopted Mother, feeds.

  • Separation from natural Mother in childhood due to divorce, abandonment by Mother, kidnapping, and other forceful sources.

  • Due to separation, someone else brings up the child.

  • Upbringing is done in an affectionate manner both on the maternal and paternal side can be grandparents or any other father or Mother relation.

  • Forceful upbringings can be difficult and affect the psyche of the children in a negative sense. They can go astray and enter into the world of smuggling.

  • Upbringing in an orphanage or poor-home under a well-managed atmosphere or intricate criminal ambiance.

  • Loss of both parents by accident/ murder/ natural calamity/ suicide. It has a massive impact on the mind of the child.

  • In such cases, the child is deprived of inheritance. The referral house is twelfth.

  • Impact of good/ bad character or surroundings of the parent/ other person bringing up the child affects the child's education, mind, personality, habits, and psychology.

  • Living with and upbringing by two mothers and two fathers, one living with the Mother and the other regularly visits the Mother. The referral house is tenth.

  • Facility or problem about mobility without owning a mode of transport or ownership of a way of transportation.

  • Comfortable or uncomfortable periods in life are determined by Vimshottari Mahadasa, its sub-periods, the transit of planets, and yearly progressive charts because the fourth house relates to comfort and discomfort.

  • Quality and composition of the residential unit with particular reference to flats in multi-storeyed buildings, community living, farmhouses, collective living, living in a joint family system with shared or separate kitchen; living in own house/ palace/ bungalow; residing in towns and cities or rural areas, hamlets, tribal areas, etc.

  • Living in temple/ church/ mosque/ gurudwara as a priest and extending help to the /tenant/ refugee or as a favor of someone.

  • Ownership of several residential units and other vacant or unused properties is dilapidated by non-use or misuse by tenants, care-takers, encroachers, or government occupation.

  • Release of property by tenant or encroacher, or government during the release period.

  • Animals and humans might indulge in the usurpation of the property.

  • The government might arrange property confiscation and auction.

  • Property brokerage becomes a source of income.

  • Property speculation might take place.

  • Ex-communication by caste/ community/ social/ religious group might lead to groupism/ quarrels/ violence and legal issues.

  • A widow might be forced to do Sati