7th House in Astrology


The seventh house is related to the "Kalatra Bhava," also known as Stree, the House of Love, Marriage, Married Life, Marriage Partner (spouse), sex life, and so on. The primary subjects of this house are as follows:

Significance of Seventh House in Astrology

  • The natives are very much in love. This love can be of various kinds: virgin, two-sided, one-sided, real/unreal, silent adoration, physical love, intellectual, educational, and so on.

  • Formal love marriage to be recognized by law and society.

  • Love marriage can be false and fraudulent, and unrecognized by the family, society, and law.

  • Marriage is arranged and recognized by law and society.

  • However, such a marriage can be problematic too.

  • Possibility of contract marriage.

  • Deceitful marriage is based on fraud, misunderstanding, temptation, and repression.

  • Inter-faith, inter-religion, inter-community, and inter-domicile marriages.

  • Illicit physical relationships.

  • Physical relations with colleagues and neighbors based on no strings attached concept.

  • Saleable marriage by self/others.

  • Possibility of extra-marital affairs.

  • This might involve marriage partners, sometimes aware, sometimes unaware.

  • Sexual orgies in line with both married and unmarried and fakely married persons.

  • More than one physical relationship in the presence of other couples. Peculiar kind of sexual fantasies.

  • Intimate relationship of a couple in the presence of another excluding the latter's involvement.

  • Sexual relations with male and female prostitutes.

  • Relations with male escorts leading to genuine marriages.

  • Male or female escorts as retainers.

  • Helping escorts financially and receiving help in turn.

  • Helping the prostitutes in the light of child-bearing.

  • Satiation of drive-by having relations with the help of artificial items and animals.

  • Physical relations with Guru, priest, bishop, Sandhu, worshippers, and followers.

  • Physical relationship with close relations of the spouse.

  • Intimate relations with teacher's spouse and disciple.

  • Physical relationship with spouse's friend and colleague/ seniors.

  • Physical relationship with travelers and salespersons.

  • Physical relationship with personal secretary and stenographer.

  • Physical relationship with employers/ friends/ colleagues of the employer.

  • Physical relationship with servants.

  • Physical relationship with politician or bureaucrat. With a judge or an official of the court or an officer of the taxation authority. An astrologer should examine the ulterior reasons are involved. Sometimes it could be pure and simple love without strings and motives.

  • Solitary or repeated sexual act, casual or secluded, purely for monetary gain or any other favor such as favor in Examination-result, in a court judgment, in Tax assessment, approval of thesis favor in Departmental Promotion Committee, the favorable opinion in Press or on an Awards/ Reward Body.

  • Solitary or repeated sex act for getting fame.

  • Physical relationship as a stopgap arrangement, waiting for marriage.

  • Physical relationship between flying/ ground staff of airlines.

  • Casual physical relationship between passengers on train/long road travel/airplane.

  • Casual or long-term relationship between the staff of the sailing ship. Between passengers themselves on a sailing vessel.

  • Physical relationship between the staff of hotel/ motel/ boarding house club/ rest house/ circuit house/ dak bungalow; or between guests.

  • Physical relationship between management and inmates of places like Nari Niketan/ orphanage/ blind-homes/ blind school/ ashrams/ Dharamshala's/ inns/ destitute women's Home/ transit camps for refugees and displaced persons/ training centers/ workshops/ Scout & Girl. It might be forceful or willful.

  • Physical relationship between officers of superior ranks.

  • Physical relationship between natives and one of the spouse's parents knowledge suspicion of the spouse of either.

  • Physical relationship between a practitioner in medicine/ surgery etc., and the patient or the person accompanying due to greed/threat.

  • Physical relation between inmates of hospitals and nursing homes; mutually between patients; between doctors and patients or their attendants; between other staff and patients or their attendants; between doctors or members of staff themselves. Element of compulsion/ temptation/ greed/ force/torture/ threat to be examined.

  • Physical relationship at national or international meetings or conferences.

  • Physical relationship between travel guide(s) and tourist(s).

  • Failure of marriage; by divorce; contested litigation or mutual consent or by an uncontested divorce decree or divorce degree obtained by fraud/ forgery/ impersonation/ any other kind of falsehood.

  • Failure of marriage by physical separation; without divorce/ without litigation, including physical separation beyond the husband and wife's control.

  • Failure of marriage because of separate residence at different towns or different states/counties/countries; visa, religion, hostilities between governments; the cold war between two nations; or restrictions by law authorities.

  • Failure of marriage because of the long illness of one partner.

  • Failure of marriage because of complete partial impotence of one partner.

  • Failure of marriage due to the family's interference on either or both sides, especially the ladies.

  • Failure of marriage because of past suspected narrated imagined pre-marriage friendship of either partner to marriage.

  • Failure of marriage by the death of one of the two.

  • Failure of marriage because of the insanity/ madness of one of the two.

  • Failure of marriage because of childlessness or having no male issue, and sometimes second marriage crops in such a situation.

  • Failure of marriage because of social communal financial/ political consideration and compulsions/ restraints.

  • Failure of marriage because of the entry of a third person between the two.

  • Failure of marriage because of a religious vow a common feature in Jain and some other cultures), restriction by a guru /sage/ sadhu/ sannyasi/ future teller.

  • Failure of marriage because of one partner renouncing the grihastha ashram (giving up the married life to live as a saint sadhu/ sannyasi).

  • Failure of marriage because of incompatibility based on the difference in age/ education/ intelligence/changed the faith of newly acquired faith by one different from the original religious sect/ cult/ faith, especially after the marriage.

  • Failure of marriage because of perversity and unnatural manners in sexual matters by one of the two, including homosexuality or lesbianism or dislike for the partner based on personality/ appearance/ body odor, the difference in cleanliness ideas dress or club-life or group orgies or bringing mistress.

  • Failure of marriage because of sudden poverty or sudden riches.

  • Failure of marriage because of change in appearance/due to accident or illness.

  • Issues in private parts.

  • Sex transmitted diseases.

  • Sizes/ suitability to the partner of the procreational organs vividly described by Vatsyayana' in his world-wide known treatise "Kama Sutra"; defects in these organs; problems in sexual activity to the partner in sex, effect on satisfaction/ dissatisfaction.

  • Effect on procreational organs/ sexual capacity and competence caused by homosexuality/ lesbianism/ unnatural sex habits/ masturbation by hand, by other objects/ sex with pets and animals.

  • Medical treatment of such issues leading to full or partial recovery; consequences on subsequent sex life and married life; psychological impact on marriage-partner/ mate/beloved.

  • Sexual intercourse during menstruation cycle and its excellent or inadequate physical and mental effect on the female partner/ male partner.

  • Menopause in females; early or at right age; its psychological and mental impact on the female and her subsequent attitude towards sex life, towards the husband or male partner and children, etc.

  • Effect of menopause on childless females and their subsequent attitude and outlook on sex life.

  • Medical treatment of premature menopause and its results; failure can lead to mental depression and withdrawal from physical relations.

  • Menopause is a kind of impotence in males (temporary/ permanent; partial or complete) and its psychological and physical impact on both partners.

  • Medical treatment such issues leading to its success or failure impacts both husband and wife.

  • Impact on a spouse or beloved and its consequential withdrawal or aggressive and violent change in nature in the event of impotence existing since adolescence or occurring in mid youth.

  • Impact of partial or complete impotence in males on their other habits, sometimes leading to homosexuality.

  • Impact on physical development/ nature/ psychology/ habits of dry female (that is who doesn't get the menstruation at all or gets just for name's sake); success or failure of medical treatment; impact on lover or husband and also on the married life and attitude towards life in general.

  • Conversion of a partial or complete impotent man into a eunuch.

  • Forcible or deceitful conversion of a sexually potent man into eunuch (prevalent in South Asian countries, including India): impact on the man's mind and body.

  • Physical relationship with eunuchs; impact on the mind and health of the man doing so.

  • Impact of No.80 above on physical relationship with wife and the married life in general.

  • Sexually transmitted diseases due to relations with prostitutes and eunuchs; their treatment; success or failure of treatment; impact spouse and self, psychologically and physically.

  • Husband and wife's mutual relationship while jointly running a business, industry, profession; impact on domestic life; other members of the family and upbringing of children, including their education/ career.

  • Re-marriage of a widow/ widower/ divorcee/ separated or deserted person. The referral houses are fourth, ninth, and twelfth.

  • Concerning No. 84 above, examine whether the second/ third marriage is likely with the brother/ sister/ cousin or any previous spouse's relation. The referral houses are second, third, eighth, and ninth.

  • Cheating deceit through the enactment of assumed marriage, consequences on money/ assets/ liabilities of one on the other impact on the family of one or both.

  • Consequences of No.86 above if the female becomes pregnant and the man deserts/ separates/ withdraws from the relationship, and disowns the impregnation; particular reference to the female and her family. The referral houses are fifth, eighth, and twelfth.

  • Rape, consequences - mental/ physical/ social/ futuristic for the female and her family, especially if she conceived due to rape. The referral houses are second, fifth, eighth, and twelfth.

  • Mental and social impact on the female is the rape-case reaches a court of law; infamy for her; impact on marriage and married life, given whether the rape is of an unmarried or married woman. The referral houses are ninth and twelfth.

  • Murder, suicide, death of a female or young boy/ man due to rape or sex action; the result for the victim's family; determination of cruelty, and torture involved. The referral houses are eighth and twelfth.

  • Physical and mental impact on a girl or a boy of pre-adolescence age subjected to forced/ induced temptation oriented/ misguidance-oriented sex by the opposite sex or by persons of the same sex. The referral houses are first, fourth, and fifth.

  • Impact of drugs, drinks, smoking, or any other kind of intoxication on mental, physical/ sexual faculties and procreational capacity success or medical treatment failure. The referral houses are first and twelfth.

  • Physical desires and the reaction of such desires on the medical persona of all systems of medicine while examining or treating patients for sex-related/ procreation-related complaints and other diseases not related to sex and procreation. The referral houses are fourth, fifth, eighth, and twelfth.

  • Harassment/ taunts/ abuses/ torture/ death, including burning or poisoning or strangulating or pushing to end, mostly in case of bridals. The referral houses are second, fourth, eighth, and twelfth.

  • Successful or unsuccessful attempt to suicide by the harassed or tortured person with relation to married life; consequences for a person attempting suicide. The referral houses are second and eighth.

  • Consequences of No. 97 above for the spouse and his/her family with particular reference to society/neighbors/ police law court and family of the person who attempted suicide. The referral houses are second, fourth, eighth, and twelfth.

  • Clandestinely motivated financial gains from the spouse's death to the surviving partner in marriage. The referral houses are fifth, ninth, and eleventh.

  • Dispute/ litigation by the victimized person's family concerning No. 97 above. The referral houses are second, sixth, eighth, and twelfth.

  • Husband dependent for livelihood/ maintenance on wife with assets and earning/ unearned income, which affects mutual relations and relationship within the families of both or one. The referral houses are second, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth.

  • Violence as a part of nature, without vested/ greedy interests, between husband and wife. The referral houses are second, eighth, ninth, and twelfth.

  • Consequences of No. 100 above if violence ends in the unintended death of any one person or matter reaches police and law agencies/ court The referral houses second, eighth, twelfth.

  • Fights/ battles/ War/ cold-war/ confrontation/ conflict between two persons, two groups of people, between states, between nations, or between groups of countries, including the withdrawal of diplomatic relations.

  • Indirect support to terrorists/ insurgency/infiltrators' groups in a hostile state/ country/ territory/ region/ area; sometimes direct support, financial help and training and providing other facilities such as arms and ammunition.

  • Compromised treaty/ arbitration/cessation of cold war or active hostilities or border skirmishes.

  • Civil and criminal litigation; costs and consequences. The referral houses are ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth, sometimes, fifth and sixth.

  • Litigation between citizen and the government/ tax authority/ local administration/ state; cost and consequences. The referral houses are tenth and twelfth.

  • Litigation between members of the family and employers.

  • The rivalry between political parties/ social workers groups/ trade unions, religious groups/ charitable and educational formations or institutions.

  • Litigation between educational, social/ charitable/ welfare formations on one side and the state.

  • The rivalry between groups of doctors/ lawyers/ other professionals.

  • Litigation between individuals or Common-cause and Housing

  • societies or between Administrations, between Development (Housing) Authorities.
  • Relations/ disagreements between partners in business and gangs.
  • Victory or defeat in any of the above litigation/fights/ quarrels/ battles.
  • Alter effect on individuals/ society-at-large/ population/ productivity in factories/ fertility of land vegetation/ civil life/ wild life after cessation of fighting/ battles, war and hostilities.
  • Disposal of unwanted damaged arms-weapons/ arsenal/ vehicles airplanes, a scrap of used/ damaged weapons vehicles.
  • Rehabilitation/ re-marriage/ settlement-in-source-of-income of war widows/ widowers, husbands of females working as doctors/ nurses, combatant and auxiliary forces of females in army/navy/ air force, observer and intelligence corps, creation of reserve forces, and placement of disability-discharged.
  • Return and rehabilitation of prisoners-of-war on cessation of hostilities and after signing of treaties of peace/ surrender.
  • Medical treatment arrangement includes allocating hospital beds to wounded and diseased personnel back from battle-fields/ war, its impact on civilian medical facilities.
  • Post-war reconstruction with an eye on prices, destroyed/ damaged industries/ roads, railway lines, airports/ seaports, army air-bases, other human and animal life facilities, fodder for cattle, and raw material for construction/ revival of industries manufacturing units.
  • Financial burden in the shape of
  1. cost of reconstruction
  2. rehabilitation of war-returned personnel
  3. taxes on the public
  4. servicing and repayment of federal loans obtained for       post-war reconstruction
  5. in the case of a defeated party or nation, cost of damages claimed by the victorious party or government. The referral houses are second, fourth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth.
  • Reconciliatory steps are taken to assuage the bitter feelings of the defeated people/ nation.
  • Impact on the mind/ development/ withdrawals on the young or the next generation of the defeated people/ nation.
  • Over-all impact and reaction on the victorious people/ nation

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