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Ketuvaye * Sikhi * Akasha Kavandha * Rundaka
Kavandha * Rundaka
Tail of the Dragon * South Node * Catabibazon
nebulous doctrine, foggy theory, abstract ideology, unclear symbolism
uma estátua de Cristo no topo de montanhas escarpadas rodou com nevoeiro Ketu Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Ketu in Bhava-9 * scatters father-figures, indoctrinators
Ketu in Bhava-10 * anarchy; apathy toward governing hierarchy
Ketu in Bhava-11 * disperses earnings, scatters friendship networks
Ketu in Bhava-12 * scatters the ancestors * no barriers spiritual guidance
Ketu-Dhanuzya provides the ease of No Resistance to global travel, teacher-preacher roles, and to the limitations imposed by one's paradigm of beliefs. Yet matters of Dhanuzya can become incoherent (don't stick together) when Ketu the Releaser occupies the Sarasana rashi.
Ketu represents surrender = Islam. Ketu surrenders to whatever experience is provided.
If the nativity shows an otherwise strong development of the preaching energies (Guru, religion) one may perform at high levels of ritual ceremony and theological pontification .
Shri Ganesha ensures that one is no longer attached to the sacramental experience, and this detachment liberates both the enemies and the supporters. One's ability to preach and teach is both unlimited and unimportant.
It is relatively easy to achieve the pontifical roles. One easily assumes the imagery of a celebrant of those public rites which connect the human world with the divine world.
Yet ironically because of the scattering of ego-attachment one is unlikely to believe that matters of philosophical truth are important. Truth comes and truth goes.
There is a sense of been there, done that which is quite apathetic and detached even when the relative absence of obstacles has eased the process of developing a inclusive (Guru) social philosophy and more tolerant moral law .
There is also a minority outcome of Rahu is Dhanushya which is insanity due to unsatisfied desire for children.
In wisdom-paradigm Dhanavana, Ketu's detached witness behaviors acquire Guru-like teaching characteristics. Similar to Ketu in bhava-9, but less specific detail. Depends absolutely on how Lord Brihaspati functions in the overall nativity.
Ketu the Forgiver = been there, done that parallel life pull
When occupying Dhanusha rashi, Ketu may blunt the sensitivities of Jupiter. Ketu-Dhanushya can feel ambivalent about the reality of fundamental goodness, world family, All-One, and other blessings of the Divine which penetrate the veil of our human sadness and bring spiritual light into human lives.
Ketu-Dhanushya may feel curmudgeonly, unable to recognize the value of philosophy, religion, or charity. He tends toward atheism and survival-of-the-fittest market economics. He dislikes group activities and does not celebrate holidays. He is not a lot of fun. Yet, Ketu with swakshetra Guru may produce a genius of world humanitarian systems.
Detachment from religion and even from humanism may be a good thing when looking objectively at what can be done to advance humanity's situation on the global scale. It may be clarifying to be free of idealistic, ideological attachment when constructing comprehensive world visions.
Such a humorless, morally ambivalent viewpoint may be entirely accurate, valid, and - unlike value-charged future projections based on religious tenet - may actually work.
Ketu in Bhava-8 * Generally a beneficial placement that supports tantric, psychic wisdom based in the Witness perspective
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