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Bhava * Amsha * Rashi * Fleshdeath


In all your designs you will succeed,

and light will shine on your path.

~~ Books of Job, 22:28

Rashi Badhaka

Badha = agency of

badness, harassment, oppression, hindrance, harm

Badhesha * ruler of the badhakha


see also: kharesha = lord of the 22nd drekhamsha

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From the Dhammapada of Gautama Buddha

  • freely translated by Stephen Mitchell
"Mind creates the world

what you see arises with your thoughts.

If you speak and act with a confused mind,

trouble will follow you as certainly

as a cart follows the ox that pulls it.

Mind creates the world

what you see arises with your thoughts.

If you speak and act with a clear mind,

happiness will follow you as certainly

as your own shadow in sunlight.

"It's his fault." "She shouldn't have done that."

Believe such thoughts, and you live in resentment.

"It's his fault." "She shouldn't have done that."

Question such thoughts, and you live in freedom.

Anger teaches anger.

Fear results in more fear.

Only understanding can lead to peace.

This is the ancient law."

Vocabulary for BADH

  • Koeln Digital Sanskrit Lexicon

  • English cognate = beat, bat, bad

bAdha

  • a harasser, tormentor
  • annoyance, molestation, affliction, obstacle, distress, pain, trouble
  • injury, detriment, hurt, damage
  • danger, jeopardy
  • exclusion from
  • suspension, annulment (of a rule etc.)

bAdhaka

  • Oppressing, harassing, paining
  • Opposing, hindering, injuring, prejudicing
  • setting aside, suspending, annulling
  • A disease of women
  • a kind of tree, belonging to or derived from the Badhaka tree
Badha

Legacy interpretations and translation of Badha

As a legacy term in Jyotisha, badhaka signifies an agency of hindrance and harm from black magic and other evils.

In more modern psycho-emotional and non-superstitious terms, badha represents negative expectations which are stored in the vaults of the subconscious.

these fears arise on schedule, according to the laws of karmic unfoldment.

Negative images, infused with destructive emotions like jealousy, fear and anger, are projected upon other people and outside circumstances. The projection mechanism is rarely recognized.

Despite its true origin in one's own subconscious learning curriculum, one may feel victimized by hostile outside forces.

  • the badhaka experience may at first be frightening

  • The concept of badha can be translated to English evil

  • This is often an accurate translation because English e-vil means coming up, arising from deep darkness of the subconscious

It is crucially important to realize that one is NOT being attacked by outside forces. Badhaka agency evokes an inner program that puts in motion a key learning experience.

  • It is not a victimization. It is a self-propelled EDUCATION.

Rashi Badhaka

Badhaka -sthana = harming-houses


Lagna Rashi

Distance from

start rashi to Badhaka Rashi

Badhaka Rashi

* obstructing Sign

Badhesha

* Ruler of the obstructing rashi

Mesha

chara rashi = 11th from

Kumbha

Professor Shani

Vrishabha

sthira = 9th-from

Makara

Professor Shani

Mithuna

dvyatmaka * dwisva = 7th-from

Dhanuzya

Professor Guru

lagnesha vs. bhavapathi = Shatrugraha: Brihaspati sees Budha as an enemy

Karka

chara rashi = 11th from

Vrishabha

Professor Zukra

lagnesha vs. bhavapathi = Shatrugraha: Zukra sees Chandra as an enemy

Simha

sthira =9th-from

Mesha

Professor Mangala

Kanya

dvyatmaka * dwisva = 7th-from

Meena

Professor Guru

lagnesha vs. bhavapathi = Shatrugraha: Brihaspati sees Budha as an enemy

Thula

chara rashi = 11th from

Simha

Professor Surya

Rashipathi vs. bhavapathi = Adhi-shatru graha: Surya and Shani are mutual arch- enemies

Vrizchika

sthira =9th-from

Karka

Professor Chandra

Dhanuzya

dvyatmaka * dwisva = 7th-from

Mithuna

Professor Budha

lagnesha vs. bhavapathi = Shatrugraha: Brihaspati sees Budha as an enemy

Makara

chara rashi = 11th from

Vrizchika

Professor Mangala

lagnesha vs. bhavapathi = Shatrugraha: Shani sees Mangala as an enemy

Kumbha

sthira =9th-from

Thula

Professor Zukra

Rashipathi vs. bhavapathi = Shatrugraha: Brihaspati sees Zukra as an enemy

Meena

dvyatmaka * dwisva = 7th-from

Kanya

Professor Budha

lagnesha vs. bhavapathi = Shatrugraha: Brihaspati sees Budha as an enemy

Lemma for English word 'evil': www.etymonline.com

"O.E. yfel (Kentish evel) bad, vicious,

  • from P.Gmc. *ubilaz (cf. O.Saxon ubil , Goth. ubils ),

  • from PIE *upelo-, giving the word an original sense of uppity, overreaching bounds;

    which [sense] slowly worsened.

  • In O.E., as in all the other early Teut. langs., exc. Scandinavian, this word is the most comprehensive adjectival expression of disapproval, dislike or disparagement [OED].

  • Evil was the word the Anglo-Saxons used, where we would use bad, cruel, unskillful, defective (adj.) or harm, crime, misfortune, disease .

  • the meaning extreme moral wickedness was in O.E., but did not become the main sense until 18c.

Evil eye (L. Oculus malus was O.E. eage-yfel ."

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