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Graha * Bhava * Gochara


table of Rahu-Ketu transits

Samchara Rahu-Ketu age birth-120

  1. Rahu samchara bhava-1
  2. Rahu samchara bhava-2
  3. Rahu samchara bhava-3
  4. Rahu samchara bhava-4
  5. Rahu samchara bhava-5
  6. Rahu samchara bhava-6
  7. Rahu samchara bhava-7
  8. Rahu samchara bhava-8
  9. Rahu samchara bhava-9
  10. Rahu samchara bhava-10
  11. Rahu samchara bhava-11
  12. Rahu samchara bhava-12

Aum ram ravahe namah

Professor Rahu

samchara * via

Ripu * Roga * Ari *Sthana-6

Caput Draconis

* Dragon's Head * North Node * Anabibazon

transits house-6

see also: Rahu in bhava-6

The Over-Reaching Imbalance

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Rahu the Mix-Master breaks through Undesirable Limitations

The effects of any Rahu-Ketu transit must additionally be defined by the planetary ruler of Rahu-Ketu and by the current Vimshottari Bhukti

Outcome of transits depends very much on the number, character, and potency of the graha in Bhava-6 .

Professor Rahu's classroom transits via radical Ari Bhava-6

Environments and experiences amplified by Rahu samchara bhava-6:

  • imbalance, distrust, betrayal, broken promise

  • service, logical argumentation, human ministries

  • complaints, accusations, litigation

  • conflict, animosity, war;

  • illness, medicines, physicians, disease

  • usury, indebtedness, poverty

  • toxicity, pollution

  • disenfranchisement, dispossession, outcast, underclass

  • exploitation, victimization, servitude, slavery

Professor Rahu's classroom transits via radical 6th-from-Chandra
From bhava-6, for the duration of 18 months, gochara Rahu casts risk-taking, boundary-disrupting drishtiupon:

Bhava-10 * social leadership, public reputation, regulation and laws * Professor Rahu likes to challenge or break the usual cautions on protecting public reputation, maintaining respect

Bhava-12 * imagination, retreat, dreams, bedroom, astral realm * Professor Rahu likes to challenge or break the usual limits on astral bridge crossing, dream interpretation, research protocols, and meditation practice. Rahu challenges bedroom behavior and brings exotic influences into private relationships.

Bhava-2 * family, wealth, knowledge, face, voice, speech * Professor Rahu likes to challenge or break the usual limits on acquisitions, and lineage values. One is inclined to take more risk with matters of family approval, financial hoards, and with the long-term value of what one says.

Intense temporary fascination with medicines, remedies, mitigates, exploitation, animals, servants .

The instructional environment of Professor Rahu's classroom amplifies the ability and desire to make alliances and agreements with exotic, dangerous, or unusual partners that challenge existing cultural categories.

Ambitious mix-master Professor Rahu pushes through the barriers which normally separate the exploiter and exploited, the criminals and the police, the addicts and the drug-vendors, the loan-makers and the loan-takers, the prostitutes and the Johns.

Professor Rahu attempts and will generally succeed in temporary attainment of a higher level of recognition yielding empowerments in matters of:

  • seva , human services ministries

  • logical argumentation

  • complaints, accusations, conflict, animosity, divorce

  • illness, medicines, physicians, disease, toxicity, pollution

  • employees, slaves, "human resources"

  • valuable goods and conserved knowledge of the children

  • voice and face, teeth, mouth of the Children

Double potency of characteristic effects during bhukti of Rahu or bhukti of Rahu's ruler or the sensitive, parental bhukti of Chandra

read emotional relationships from the Chandra lagna. Strongest Rahu effects relate to the core emotional agents of the bhava.

  • servants and slaves, especially in one's own home

  • agricultural workers in one's own village or farm

  • parents' relatives especially mother's siblings

  • employees in one's own business

  • children * 5 * from the second marriage * 2 * , stepchildren


Temporary increase in one's "Desire to Engage in Argumentative Conflict"

Professor Rahu likes to challenge or break limits on managing conflict, controvert established medical practice, disrupt workplace routines. Empowerment to choose divorce, disrupts the forced acceptance of dissatisfaction and conflict.

One tends to solicit controversy and exploit i t. Professor Rahu's classroom features amplification and excitements of conflict. The naturally imbalanced, conflicted, and accusatory environment of Ari Bhava offers plenty of opportunity for Professor Rahu's instructional narrative to emphasize the broken promises victim script.

There may be some concerns regarding illegal drugs and human trafficking during the transit, if Rahu, Shani, or Mangala are present here at birth.


Papa-graha

papagraha in Bhava-6 may provide a tolerance for cruelty.

  • Desire to challenge conventional methods of social conflict management = takes risks in areas of medicine, poverty, exploitation, servitude, divorce, And crime

  • Hunger to Possess drugs and medicines, servants and animals, imbalanced and adversarial relationships. Attracted to underclass and outcast persons.

  • bhava-6 = servitude and exploitation. Gochara Rahu can do commendable work here in the human services ministries * medicine, law, military, social work * so long as Professor Rahu has attained The minimal maturity t o realize the gains implicit in an upachchaya Bhava .

brings foreigners and exotic cultural influence into the place of service, the medical clinic, the offices of litigators and accusers


In particular, Professor Rahu feels an urge to experience heightened empowerment by which to

  • make taboo-breaking changes to one's method of handling conflict . His presence in bhava-6 is distinguished by a great impatience with lingering disagreements, that encourages socially disruptive breeching of the fixed victim status via divorce and the breaking of unsatisfactory agreements

  • To change the accepted workplace behaviors, characterized by socially disruptive challenges to the status-quo such as quitting jobs that have become exploitive or rife with unfulfilled promises

  • To break through conventional limitations on accepted methods of defining treating or managing illness, including experimentation with new medicines and new treatments

  • To challenge or break the normal cycle of social control via; addictions to various imbalanced or disempowering behaviors (drugs, sex, dieting, or other unhealthful habits) .

Amplifies one's ability and desire to argue or exploit exotic, dangerous, or unusual pollutants, servants, animals, or medicines that challenge existing cultural categories.

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