सुहृदो रिपवश्वान्वे समाश्चोभयलक्षणाः॥ ५५॥
trikoṇāt svātsukhasvā'ntyadhīdharmāyuḥsvatuṅgapāḥ |
suhṛdo ripavaśvānve samāścobhayalakṣaṇāḥ || 55||
55. Natural Relationships. Note the Rāśis, which are the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th and 12th from the Mooltrikon of a Graha. The Grahas ruling such Rāśis are its friends, apart from the Lord of its exaltation Rāśi. Lords other than these are its enemies. If a Grah becomes its friend as well, as its enemy (on account of the said two computations), then it is neutral, or equal.
तत्काले मित्रतां यान्ति रिपवोऽन्यत्र संस्थिताः॥ ५६॥
daśavandhvāyasahajasvāntyasthāstu parasparam |
tatkāle mitratāṁ yānti ripavo'nyatra saṁsthitāḥ || 56||
56. Temporary Relationships. The Grah, posited in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, or the 12th from another, becomes a mutual friend. There is enmity otherwise. (This applies to a given Janm Kundali)
तत्काले च निसर्गे च मित्रं चेदधिमित्रकम्।
मित्रं मित्रसमत्वे तु शत्रुः शत्रुसमत्वके॥ ५७॥
tatkāle ca nisarge ca mitraṁ cedadhimitrakam |
mitraṁ mitrasamatve tu śatruḥ śatrusamatvake || 57||
57-58. Compound Relationship. Should two Grahas be naturally and temporarily friendly, they become extremely friendly. Friendship on one count and neutrality on another count make them friendly. Enmity on one count combined with affinity on the other turns into equality. Enmity and neutralship cause only enmity. Should there be enmity in both manners, extreme enmity is obtained. The Jyotishi should consider these and declare horoscopic effects accordingly.
OM TAT SAT