BPHS Ketu Mahadasha
OM Ekadantaya Vidmahe Vakkratundaya Dheemahi,
Tanno Danti Prachodayat
Sikhi * Akasha
Kriya * Arya
caesura * Tail of the Dragon * South Node
Arya * Ars
Arietis * Aries * Avinas * Moishe * Belier * Ram * al-Hamal
Ketu in Bhava-4 * rarely at home
Ketu in Bhava-9 * scatters sacred doctrine, disperses father
Ketu in Bhava-10 * anarchy; apathy toward governing hierarchy
Ketu in Bhava-11 * scattering of income, friendship networks
Ketu in Bhava-12 * no barriers to bedroom, free spiritual guidance
Mesha = Aries - competition, innovation, championship, vitality
Ketu provides the ease of No Resistance against direct forward action. Yet matters of Mesha can become incoherent (do not stick together) when Ketu occupies the Kriya rashi.
The lessons of Professor Ketu represent the view of the Witness, the act of surrender, "Islam". Ketu signifies a cloud-like dispersion of social meaning and disconnection to material reality. Ketu-Mesha pulverizes and nebulizes Mesha-matters such as:
Ketu-Mesha = no capacity to resist or prevent the incursion of physical force , which can allow a higher incidence of aggressive or competitive attack by less nebulous forces.
There weakness is in the aura-shell of the native which scatters the defenses and accepts "what is " while at the same time the perpetrators of invasive energy are not accused.
Thus if the nativity shows an otherwise strong development of the physical energies (Mangala) the native may perform at high levels of athletic, competitive, and body-based identity.
Shri Ganesha ensures that one is no longer attached to the competitive process, and this detachment liberates both the enemies and the supporters. One's ability to innovate and compete is both unlimited and unimportant.
It is relatively easy to achieve the "alpha" leader position in any contest; but ironically because of the absence of ego-attachment one is unlikely believe that one's success in matters of championship or innovation is terribly important.
There is a sense of been there, done that which is quite apathetic and detached even when the relative absence of competition has eased the process of achieving first-place.
Eccentric, dispersed, scattered home environment and disconnected parenting
Parents, Siblings, Partner
In bhava-3 = a passive-aggressive sibling or cousin.
In bhava-4, passive-aggressive mother or upset conditions in the home-or-homeland.
In bhava-7, passive-aggressive spouse.
In bhava-9, the father or priest or professor or other ideologues can be passive-aggressive.
In Mesha, Ketu's detached witness behaviors acquire Mangala-like competitive and warlike characteristics. Similar to Ketu in bhava-1, but less specific detail. Depends absolutely upon how Professor Mangala functions in the overall nativity.
One minimal comment is that, when Ketu occupies Mesha rashi, Ketu will blunt the sensitivities of Mangala, making the native less warlike and more self-preoccupied, less clear about their external military goals and more concerned with their internal warfare.
Ketu = "been there, done that" parallel life pull
One is drawn by past-life karma
Ketu's influence moves the attributes of Mesha - conflict, aggression, direct action and competition - into the 'liminal' arena.
One competes against standards for achievement it is true but these will tend to be spiritual standards which have little material value.
Thus one's warrior energies are deflected within, and one is unlikely to achieve much unique self-definition in external social life.
Dissatisfied with the basically selfish human condition, and uncomfortable with direct competition, the native typically shows a blunted individualism which is neither conformist nor marginalist, but is a profound disengagement from the whole pursuit of establishing identity.
They are odd.
Unless Ketu receives drishti of Mangala, males may have less interest in competitive sports; females retreat from attention-getting fashion. Wonderful for winning inner battles against addiction or fears; for un-conflicted dedication to an organization or ideal. They go where angels fear to tread.
|Ketu-Meza = Ketu in bhava-7|| Detachment from relationships both personal and professional, particularly marriage. Scattered loyalties, unclear commitments due to adolescent self-concern. Pulverized attachments to terms of the contract; may rationalize infidelities using cloudy, obscurantist reasoning. Separative instincts; easy to leave the agreement at the least provocation; mate has abandonment fears. |
Rahu-1 suggests a strong personality much more concentrated in self-life-force and much less engaged in relationship harmony, but able to symbolize and vitalize behaviors of balance and diplomacy; also able to attract mates with personal vitality and charisma. Ketu-7 however struggles to keep a promise to others - and to oneself.
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