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Raghu * Rakha * Rahuva
Rehula * Chandala * Karumpaambu
Kriya * Arya
Dragon's Head * North Node * Anabibazon
Ars * Arya
Arietis * Aries * Avinas * Belier * Ram * al-Hamal
"self-propelled" * Thrill of Movement * hyper-competitive
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Rahu in bhava-1 * passion for vitality
Rahu in bhava-2 * passion for treasuries
Rahu in bhava-3 * passion for communication, commerce
Rahu in bhava-4 * passion for property, routine, roots
Rahu in bhava-5 * passion for politics, celebrity, games
Rahu in bhava-6 * passion for conflict, remedies
Rahu in bhava-7 * passion for partnership
Rahu in bhava-8 * passion for secrets
Rahu in bhava-9 * passion for humanistic philosophy, preaching
Rahu in bhava-10 * passion for leadership power
Rahu in bhava-11 * passion for prizes, achievements
Rahu in bhava-12 * passion for privacy
| Rahu-Meza The chalakaraka is motivated by a great Ambition to Arrive. |
Quest for Nobility = aryan Rahu-Mesha is intrigued by esoteric innovator roles. Rahu seduces the native into pretentiously superior positions. The chandala strives to get ahead via fascinating movements, new ideas and inventions, achieving primacy, championship, winning contests.
Snake-like Naga gets fascinated by the goal of privileged entitlement to the prize of the First Arrival .
When quite near to the goal and nearly assured of success, Naga then gets ejected via pretentious supremacy.
Great leap forward into First-ness: Inventor-Discoverer Privilege
Competition and vitality entitlement
Rahu magnifies aggression and competition, gives desire to be a hero and a winner, selfishness, athleticism, physical-body-oriented lifestyle.
Can become extremely focused on a single goal; which can manifest in a childlike or ruthless way, depending on Kuja.
Rahu amplifies Mangala's two bhava, by intensity and by days
| Mahadasha of Rahu-Meza |
as well as most bhukti periods of Rahu (depending on Rahu's angle to the mahadasha pati) will exhibit the script qualities of Mesha.
Rahu's ambitiously disruptive and shrewdly irregular behavior is energized into dynamic forward movement under lordship of Mangala.
Trajectory via New Identity:
The Great Leap of Forward Movement often occurs at birth or during infancy, via a naming ceremony, by jumping into a new privileges not based in the blood lineage of the station of birth.
The typical starting scene is sports competition, one's own birth, an event of male sexual dominance or pursuit, an innovation or invention . one enjoys a distinctive bloodline which is irregular or forbidden in some way.
The Rahu experience begins with some variety of competitive challenge (according to the bhava) which prioritizes one either physically, psychologically, or spiritually.
An enunciation of innovation, invention, and new birth is required. The environment supports primitive, competitive and dominating behaviors, and the important actors typically hold rank of winner, athlete, warrior, first citizen, etc.
Rahu-Meza might engage in self-promoting behavior driven by sudden, obsessive attraction. The intense focus upon the fleshly attributes of the social personality or the body might start (or seem to start) from completely external circumstances, such as sports exercise or warriors preparation for combat.
One might start the cycle with a desire to invent new devices for generating heat and speed (such as engines) or to be ascribed the agency of having completely new, radically innovative ideas. The point is that one seeks to be singular, unmatched, and to come in first.
The longer the Rahu period, the more opportunity for dramatic development. After the physicalizing event, there is continuous attention to competitive advantage, singularity, and independent movement. the native cannot bear to be restricted, and one will seek the vehicles and environments which support the greatest freedom of kinesthetic space . One may seek the high atmosphere, the broad plains, or the open ocean.
If Rahu is associated with a Maraka graha
Rahu brings important new actors into the life scene, and these actors are typically from a different cultural background. the native is adopted (often as an infant) into the culture of the new actor, and may be asked to take a new name, so that the primary identity is mapped to the physical body. One needs to acquire or remember elements of this new actor's worldview in order for the native to make the leap into one's next life phase.
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