Planets in Tenth House
Sun: The native is successful in all that he undertakes. He will be strong and happy. He will have sons, vehicles, fame, intelligence, money and power. He will be employed in government service. He will acquire ancestral wealth. He will be fond of music and have personal magnetism. If Mars associates with the Sun, the native becomes addicted to vices like drinking, etc. If Mercury joins the Sun he acquires profound knowledge of the sciences. He will be fond of women and ornaments. If Venus joins the Sun in the 10th house, the native gets a rich wife. Saturn with the Sun generally causes sorrow and dejection.
Moon: The native will be religious, wealthy, intelligent and bold. He will succeed in all his evdeavors. He will obtain corn, ornaments, women and will be skilled in the arts. He will be of a helpful nature and virtuous. Jupiter with the Moon makes the native learned in ancient subjects and skilled in astrology. If Saturn aspects the Moon, the native will be a dispassionate thinker but earning through printing and selling books. He will have many friends and lead a comfortable and long life. He will be the trustee of religious institutions.
Mars: Other combinations favouring the native may become a cruel ruler. He will be fond of praise and may take bold steps in governing. He will be rash. He will earn much money. If Mercury joins Mars, the person will be a skilled scientist or technician patronised by the rulers. If Jupiter is with Mars, the native becomes the head of low-class people. If with Venus, he becomes a trader in foreign lands. If Saturn and Mars combine in the 10th house, he will be daring but will have no progeny.
Mercury: He will be a happy and straightforward person. He will be a scholar in many subjects and engaged in acquiring more knowledge and fame. He will be successful in all his endeavours. He will have defective eyesight but profound knowledge in astronomy and mathematics. If Venus joins him, the native will have a charming wife and wealth. If Jupiter, he will be unhappy, and childless but move in prominent circles of the government. Saturn and Mercury make the native toil in jobs like that of a copyist or proofreader and suffer penury.
Jupiter: The native will be a high official in the government. Rich, virtuous, steadfast in his spiritual or religious life, wise and happy, he will be guided by high principles. If Jupiter and Venus combine in the 10th house, the person is held in esteem by the government and entrusted with the protection Of the Brahmins (learned people). If he is with Rahu, he becomes a mischief-maker and will create trouble for others at every step. If Jupiter is aspected by Mars, the native heads research institutes, academics and educational institutions.
Venus: The native earns through houses and buildings. He will be highly influential and has many women working for him. He will be social, friendly and renowned. If Venus combines with Saturn, the native will profit from cosmetics and articles used by women. He will have healing powers and will be a skilled trader. His education will be disrupted. He will have respect for divine people.
Saturn: The native becomes a ruler or minister. He will be an agriculturist, brave, rich and famous. He will be dispassionate in nature and will work for the downtrodden masses. He will be judicious and work in the capacity of a judge. The native visits sacred rivers and shrines and in later life becomes an ascetic. His career will be marked by sudden elevations and depressions. If Saturn is associated with the 8th lord in a malefic Navamsa, the native suffers under a tyrannical superior officer. If the 10th lord joins Saturn together with the lord of the Navamsa occupied by the 10th lord and is influenced by aspect or conjunction with the 6th lord, the native will have more than one wife.
Rahu: There is a tendency to lusts after widows. He will be a skilled artist with a flair for poetry and literature. He travels widely and is learned. He will be famous and will engage himself in business. He will have limited issues. Bold and somewhat adventurous he commits many sins.
Ketu: The native will be strong, bold and well-known. He will commit vile deeds and be impure in his resolves. He will face many obstacles in all his undertakings. He will be very clever. If beneficially disposed, the native will be happy, religious, well read in the scriptures and visit many pilgrim centers and sacred rivers.
(Experts from BV Raman)