Rahu in the 10th Ketu in the 4th house
Rahu in the 9th house / Ketu in the 3rd house –
Rahu in the 10th house / Ketu in the 4th house – Ketu in the 4th house shows a native who relied on controlling their feelings and the security of domestic life, to escape from the many problems of the world. They will tend to withdraw into a shell, yet shun excessive nurturing.
Rahu in the 10th house shows they are now learning to access external forms of worldly status and security. They are learning the power of worldly actions to shape their identity. Rahu in the 10th gives his materialistic nature something to do and Ketu’s natural tendency to withdraw is also in harmony with this placement. These native may have lived a life with chaotic outer circumstances, which gave them insight into the necessity to do the right thing and the power of our actions.
Rahu in the 9th Ketu in the 3rd house
Rahu in the 9th house / Ketu in the 3rd house –
Ketu in the 3rd house shows the native developed a daring and curious path through life, and had the courage to challenge their teachings and teachers. This gave the native confidence in their ability to make the right decisions regarding their fate. Confidence in their own skills and intelligence is high.
Rahu in the 9th shows the need to surrender that self-willed nature that served them before and instead take the guidance of teachers and gurus. This is usually comes quite reluctantly, as they seek many teachers, all the while testing them, thinking they know better. Eventually though they encounter situations that cannot be accomplished by their limited will, managed by their skills or known through their intellect. At this point, they recognize the need to listen to and follow teachings that are bigger than themselves. Faith in something higher and greater than their own will power is being developed. These natives may have had an upbringing where they have had very little exposure to religion or Spirituality as a way to force them to seek a higher path – or perhaps there was religious hypocrisy present.
Rahu in the 4th Ketu in the 10th house
Rahu in the 4th house / Ketu in the 10th house – Ketu in the 10th house shows a native who relied on their worldly status and external power of achievement in order to feel secure. This lead to a person who felt too attached to their actions and ultimately defined by them. They will be hesitant to take on excessive duties and responsibilities. In childhood they were likely forced to accept responsibilities and handle pressures they were not prepared for, such as watching younger siblings, caring for sick or immature parents.
Rahu in the 4th house shows the native will be developing more inner peace in this lifetime. They will be keenly aware of whether or not things “feel good” to them and will always assess duties based on that. Escaping from the outer world of pressure into themselves will be more important to these natives. They may have lacked proper nurturing when young, which compels them to find peace of their own accord.
Rahu in the 5th Ketu in the 11th house
Rahu in the 5th house / Ketu in the 11th house
Ketu in the 11th house show a native who felt the disappointment of worldly ambition and living to satisfy external goals or serving causes disconnected from their heart’s desire. They may have come from a large family, with many sibling, where their personal creations and inspirations were not important. They were asked to subjugated their personal creativity in one way or another. The native will tend to shun the public or “fitting in” with what is popular.
Rahu in the 5th shows the need to develop their own creations and heart’s desire, not that which will make them popular or “admired”. An individual creative life is the most important to these native. Expressing their unique vision is key. They will likely shun mass popularity in order to refine their unique expression. This placement often disrupts having children, as they prefer to freedom to pursue individual creativity.
Rahu in the 6th Ketu in the 12th house
Rahu in the 6th house / Ketu in the 12th house
Ketu in the 12th house shows a native who has largely been removed or at least insulated from the duties and responsibilities of the world. Whether through spiritual practices, escapist tendencies, imprisonment, they have not developed the practical skills to improve their life in the world. Perhaps when they were younger they were insulated from the harsh realities in life in some way. They will likely be wary of becoming directionless and critical of those who try to make life easier for them.
Rahu in the 6th house shows the need to face the hard work and mundane tasks in life. They will need to do the practical things necessary to complete their karmas. It is a placement of work and learning to improve through our own efforts. This native may develop difficult situations in life, such as an illness, that requires constant attention to the mundane aspects of life.