Vedic astrology considers the Moon (and sometimes the Sun), as an Ascendant. As such it makes the location of the Moon at birth the first house. It uses the equal sign system again, with the Moon-sign as the first house, the next sign the second house and so on.
If a certain house from both the Ascendant and the Moon is aspected, then the results will be more certain. If, for example, the fifth house from both the Ascendant and the Moon are both aspected by Saturn, inability to have children would be more likely, than if only one of these were so afflicted.
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