Planets in the Houses
Mercury or Venus in the 4th House
Mercury in the 4th House
The position of Mercury in the 4th House indicates a very favorable influence on the person’s intellectual and educational experience
The person is likely to have a fine education and obtain a degree at the tertiary level.
They will be happy, own land, real estate, their own home, and vehicles.
The relationship with their mother will be useful and functional, characterized by harmony but not deep emotion.
The mother will be intelligent and learned.
The person will enjoy music and the other fine arts.
There will be many friends, good friends, and wealth, but not much ancestral property.
If Mercury is aspected by malefic planets such as Mars or Saturn, the results above will be reversed.
Exalted or Own House
Mercury in Virgo or Gemini in the 4th House gives magnification and strength to the benefits listed above.
The person’s mother will be highly intelligent, famous, with a charming, unusual personality.
The person can become a scholar and will find it easy to pursue a career in education or some other intellectual field.
The person will be happy and own fine vehicles.
There might be ownership of real estate and other fixed assets.
Debilitated, or Fallen
When Mercury is in Pisces in the 4th House, the person will be unhappy and dissatisfied with their life.
The solution for this type of indication is to learn to transcend, especially with the most effective method available, which is Transcendental Meditation.
The person’s mother will not be a source of happiness to the native, and her life will be difficult, or she will face severe health challenges or be mentally unstable.
The person’s education will be spasmodic and interrupted and unlikely to reach a tertiary level.
There will be problems with the vehicle if any, and ownership of one’s own home will be challenging.
The personality will display nervousness, shyness and, exaggeration about one’s exploits.
There will be a little ancestral property and few luxuries.
If the native does tend to acquire fixed assets, then they will find them difficult to retain.
Endings will be discordant.
Venus in the 4th House
In this House, Venus gains directional strength, so this is the most favorable location for her in the horoscope.
A person with Venus in the 4th House will be content and happy.
There will be kind, warm-hearted, and able to forgive anyone.
There will be closeness with the mother in many benefits from her.
The mother will be good-looking, long-lived, and happy.
The person will own fine homes & vehicles, and gain a much enjoyment from luxuries and comforts.
They will be a personality who is well liked by almost everyone, and will be diplomatic.
There will be gains from the mother in the form of real estate or ancestral wealth.
For this person ,endings will be smooth and they’re close of life happy.
Are higher education is indicated, most likely culminating in a tertiary degree.
The person will love the fine arts, beautiful objects and will tend to associate with good looking female people.
They will be passionate and ardent about living.
Exalted or Own House
When Venus is in Pisces, Taurus, Libra in the 4th House, the benefits outlined above are amplified.
Not only will the person be extremely fortunate, but their mother will be highly virtuous, famous and a treasure to her family and society in general.
The person will be loved widely and well-respected throughout their nation,
A tertiary education is indicated with outstanding distinctions.
The person will achieve great wealth, with which they will buy all kinds of luxuries, real estate, and fixed assets, including expensive and high quality vehicles.
Debilitated, or Fallen
Venus in Virgo in the 4th House brings the person suffering on account of the mother, dissatisfaction and unhappiness.
The mother might be afflicted by a life-threatening illness, will be weak in some way, or lead a life of hardship.
The person is unlikely to own their own house, and will experience problems with their vehicle.
There will be few fixed assets, or if there are more, the period of ownership will be brief, as the person will either lose them or sell them to pay for other expenses.
There will be few comforts or luxuries.
Education is likely to be interrupted and not result in a tertiary qualification.