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  1. Rahu in classroom-1 * passion for vitality
  2. Rahu in classroom-2 * passion for treasuries
  3. Rahu in classroom-3 * passion for communication
  4. Rahu in classroom-4 * passion for property, routine, roots
  5. Rahu in classroom-5 * passion for politics, celebrity, games
  6. Rahu in classroom-6 * passion for conflict, remedies
  7. Rahu in classroom-7 * passion for partnership
  8. Rahu in classroom-8 * passion for secrets
  9. Rahu in classroom-9 * passion for philosophy, preaching
  10. Rahu in classroom-10 * passion for leadership power
  11. Rahu in classroom-11 * passion for prizes, achievements
  12. Rahu in classroom-12 * passion for privacy

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Aum ram ravahe namah

Professor Rahu

Raghu * Rakha * Rahuva * Rehula * Chandala * Karumpaambu

resides in

Jaya-daya * Yuvati-sthana

Bhava-7


Caput Draconis

Head of the Dragon * North Node * Anabibazon

occupies

the 7th house

see also: Rahu in 7th-from-Chandra

Desire to Con-spire


social mobility via important trading activities, such as:

  • marriages, agreements, trusts, alliances, arrangements

  • bargain, negotiation, contract, deal-making, match-making

  • advocacy, intermediary, arbitrator, facilitator

  • equality, parity, justice

ambitious trajectories of important alliances

Rahu drishti to 11, 1, 3 amplifies the economic-network (11) physical-appearance (1) and commercial-communicative (3) attributes.

seeks extraordinary (Rahu) privilege within negotiating, bargaining, deal-making, trading, advocating, peer-advising, agreeable, equable environments (7)

passion for peerage * paréage

seeks to be special and important in contract-agreement roles

disguised as a partnering figure

urgently ambitious to gain prestige via pursuit of justice, fairness, contracts, agreements and equity relationships

desire to be recognized as a match-maker, negotiator, partner, adviser, bargainer, balancer, counselor, equal, peer

fascinating paired organs, external reproductive parts

Faustian bargains

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 = Passion to Claim the (unearned) Privileges of the Class of negotiators, arbitrators, deal-makers, diplomats

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 desires (unearned) recognition for exotic skill in equality, partnership, peerage * paréage


"As long as you have certain desires about how it ought to be, you can't see how it is." ~~ Ram Dass

The privilege-seeking ambitions of Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 express via partnerships.

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 is fascinated by partnership and overinvested in human partners, relationships, contracts, deals, and trades.

One believes that all problems will resolve as soon as The perfect partner is obtained. The quest for the perfect partnership is never-ending. Spouse is likely a very strong, expedient personality.

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 suggests an unusual, exotic, extravagant, risk-taking spouse. Partner = poseur.

Spouse may display exaggerated need for privilege or grandiose expectations. Unwilling partner may drive the native to other mates.

Although outwardly a tame and somewhat scattered personality due to Ketu in bhava-1, Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 invests great energy in pursuit of alliances which promise to advance His social entitlements.

Camouflaging, disguising Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 wants to appear as a legitimate, credible holder of status-rank in the class of beings =

  • negotiators, bargainers, diplomats, partners, contract-makers, match-makers, deal-makers, brokers,

  • balancers, designers, arrangers, harmonizers

  • counselors, advisers, advocates, solicitors, attorneys

  • alliance-forgers, traders, middlemen, mediators, facilitators, exchangers

  • peers and equals, agents of equity and justice, dividers into fair shares,

  • the espoused, the betrothed, the paired, the contracted, the harnessed, the yoked, the counter-weighted

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 takes on whatever guise is necessary to insinuate Himself into the desired relationships.

Rahu in bhava-7

Ketu in bhava-1

chalakaraka Rahu

  • Urgent ambition to be recognized and accorded the privileges granted to an important contractual partner of powerful persons or corporations.

  • Seeks to obtain"by whatever means necessary" the privileges accorded to diplomats, match-makers, equity-holders, negotiators, and partners holding powerful equity alliance with persons or corporations.

  • A clever and often devious deal-maker. Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 typically makes an expedient marriage . Seeks entitlement via"marrying up" or alliance with importance personage

chidrakaraka Ketu

  • Apathetic ambivalence toward the integrity of one's personal appearance and individual identity.

  • Yet unrestricted access to personality imagery and freedom to use any social identity.

  • Separation from the social personality. Ketu-1 offers oneself as a blank screen upon whom the public may project a collective fantasy." I can be whoever you want me to be."

Rahu's passageway

Alliance and negotiation provides the snake-hole aperture through which the ambitious Naga King slithers, slides, and springs upward.

Public Figures

Rahu-Meza


Rahu-Vrizabha * uttama


Rahu-Mithunaya


Rahu-Karkata


Rahu in Singha


Rahu in Partha


Rahu-Thula


Rahu-Vrizchika


Rahu-Dhanuzya


Rahu-Makara


Rahu-Kumbha


Rahu-Meena

Rahu in Bhava- 7 * Let's Make a Deal

  • passion for partnership, contracts, truce
  • display of diplomatic imagery , relationship status, balanced arrangements, legal settlement, emblems of union and contract
  • seeks privilege via * important relationships, "marrying up", glamour of the mate, deals with prestigious partners
  • marries others in a culturally Mixed-and-Mottled style which may breech the established comfortable folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms
  • often over-extended in matters of contract and agreement

Elevation through Negotiation

Rahu in Bhava-7 alliance = privileges gained via contracts and peer relationships.

Often a dramatic rise from the station of birth via extraordinary or exotic marriage.

If Rahu-7 shares a rashi with other graha, several marriages are indicated and the most extraordinary, ambitious one should be identified according to the degree order of the graha in the cluster.

Unusual or expedient circumstances regarding the primary life partner and also regarding the business partners or political alliances.

  • when she was 15 Graceland 1945- drama-commerce Priscilla B. Presley was given to Heartbreak Hotel 1935-1977 Elvis Presley by arrangement of her step-father.

  • Seven Year Itch 1926-1962 Marilyn Monroe Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 The first marriage was officialized two weeks after her 16th birthday, as an expedient method of making her a legal adult. She needed adult status to be protected from the abusive foster-care system into which she was entrapped due to a mentally ill mother.


Quest for higher entitlement via peer alliance, partnership, agreement, contract, deal-making, bargaining diplomacy, balancing, weighing, design, architecture, counseling, advising, equalizing.

Ambitious partnering instincts. Gets involved expediently and instrumentally. Self-elevation via risky alliances, deals, bargains, agreements.

Rarely satisfied with any human-to-human partnership.

Splendid placement for a saint who partners only with divine entities.

Full scope of effects depends upon which graha occupy bhava 1, 11, and 3.


Rahu in bhava-7 = craves a privileged trust - usually a major social step up, by marriage or diplomatically brokered agreement.

Passion to be recognized as an equal via bargaining and negotiating with those of higher status, although one has not yet earned the right to genuine equality.

  • Banker to the Poor 1940- microcredit Muhammad Yunus created loan contracts for microloans. The contracts were negotiated between the poorest of the poor agricultural women (often a group of such women) and the lending bank. Not only had this category of person (impoverished women, acting independently of their husbands) never been seen as eligible to enter a legal contract; also the contracts could be made between the bank and a collective group. Other features of the women's status, such as their subservience to their husbands per religious law, remained in effect. However for the purpose of this single loan contract, they were elevated to the status of legal promissory signatories. Lacking literacy, they made an alternative sign (Rahu-7).

Via Rahu's characteristic over-promotion, Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 may enter an inappropriate marriage or contract that is "over one's head".


Expedient and instrumental alliances shape the identity of the Ketu-1 person. Strong tendency to be utilized by more powerful and ambitious Others, who may promote the native as a figurehead -- and when they are finished using Ketu-1 the native suddenly disappears.

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 wishes to feel specially "chosen" for a privileged role: permission to join elite interpersonal alliances, particularly to engage in privileged marriages and contracts.

Ambition to form partnerships with fascinating, privileged persons = to "marry up" .


yuti Zukra or another dhanakaraka such as dhanapathi-values-treasuries, may indicate amplified financial contracts:

  • Lipstick 1955-1996 Margaux Hemingway yuti Rahu. In the 1970's while still a teenager, she was given the first, unprecedented and unproven million dollar contract for cosmetic and fashion modeling. The deal was arranged by her manager who became her first husband. (Also, Guru-Ketu in tanu-bhava)

A bargainer, wheeler-dealer, negotiator, contract-maker, facilitator, middle-man, or broker with a special propensity to enter into promises with:

privileged foreigners ,

those with very different expectations,

partners of a higher social status or power rank ,

partners from more powerful cultural backgrounds who may interpret the agreement in ways that are exotic to the expectations of Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7

Engages in exotic or taboo-breaking counseling-advising relationships.

Due to these pressures, unless blocked by Shani, unstable and ambitious Rahu in 7 generally indicates several marriages

  • "Balls of Fire" rockabilly pianist Jerry Lee Lewis (7 marriages)

Via deal-making instincts, ambitious promises, and veiled concessions made during the bargain, one may end up in relationships and holding unsustainable commitments that are "over one's head".


Great Leap Forward via Alliance: Contracts, Agreements, Bargains

  • unfaithful express-elevator marriage (s) and contractual agreements = unusual, exotic, extravagant, spouse.

  • Partner = pretender, charlatan, poseur.

Generally, multiple marriages - but this prediction should be based on Rahu's planetary lord rather than the mere presence of Rahu in bhava-7.

  • the self-elevating spouse may display exaggerated social-positioning desires or ambitious expectations. Spouse expects the marriage to provide a launching pad for their rise into visibility and wealth.

  • Similar to the role of a strong Zukra in 7 = karako bhavo nashto. In the beginning the desires of the spouse will energize Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 but as time goes on Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 (who has unambitious Ketu in lagna) may feel used by the instrumental deviousness of the spouse.

  • Rahu poorly supported: An unwilling partner may drive Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 to other mates.

Kumbha and Vrishabha:

  • Intriguing and materially beneficial results may be obtained with Rahu-Kumbha (elevates into distributive economic networks) or Vrishabha (propels Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 into marriage wealth).


In rare cases of intensive spiritual practice:

  • Infrequently, the effect of Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 = Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 desires religious celibacy that is more satisfied with union that is a divine.

  • Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 may indicate union with divine or semi-divine entities which can shape-shift with impunity as the partner is not permanently bound into human form.

  • In these advanced meditation cases, guidance is needed to ensure that mantra shakti is directed toward wholesome * worth-ship * worship of the non-human partner. After a few exciting boons have been granted and the deity"seems to be" bound into a human-style contract, the darker side of Rahu-based spiritual marriage may emerge and Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 could experience severe psychological distress.

Rahu Risk-taking as a response to conflict

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 = 6th-from = bhava-2, might feel compelled toward illicit behaviors by a conflict with family history, stored wealth, hoards, or second marriage

As the great taboo-breaker, Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 disregards customary moral boundaries and signals behavioral inconsistency of the spouse

Rahu the Rakshasa feeds upon chaotic and manipulative circumstances within the world of marriage, contracts, promises, trusts, negotiation, alliances, partnership.

Rahu the Mixer disrupts the customary habits of married life (particularly affecting exclusivity contracts), upsets the schedule of alliance negotiations, and makes one privy to a disturbing and possibly dangerous spouse or partner.

In the business partners and peer advisers;

in the process of making and keeping promises.

Les agents provocateurs represented by Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 = not necessarily an immoral influence. The agent desires to obtain privileged experiences via"leapfrog" without having followed the conventional proving steps toward social approval of"parity" (7 = matching, partnership, pairs).

Thus Rahu in 7 disturbs the existing orderly limits regarding:

  • contracts and agreements, mutual interest and equity

  • negotiations and brokerage, mediation and resolution in the law court

  • graciousness and diplomacy, advising and counseling

  • weighting and balance

  • fairness and justice, attorneys and judges

  • marriage and peer-to-peer unions

Sexual partnership Rahu expedience

May have an exotic or taboo-breaking attitude toward sexual partnership.

Menstrual problems for women due to ovarian imbalance-seeking-a-remedy. Diabetic or other paired-organ imbalance-seeking-a-remedy.

The spouse is unwilling to enter alliance, or spouse has very peculiar sensual tastes, and sexual harmony in marriage is disorderly (Rahu) or deranged.

  • Ketu in lagna = karaka for apathy toward life. Despite private relationship troubles, Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 may appear to be very pure.

  • Rahu/7 could indicate that the primary marriage partner is actually a deity not a human. Deities, who have no material property interests, are permitted to be promiscuous.

  • If the partner is human, predict trouble from unfaithfulness to the exclusivity contract. Human spouse, if any, may be a force of desire to access unearned privileges, . Perpetual sexual imbalance-seeking-a-remedy in the marriage.

Rahu Mahadasha - Rahu bhukti = Rahu pratyantardasha

During periods of Rahu , a surreptitious intruder or poseur enters the realm of contracts and agreements and partnered interactions.

  • The goal of the interloper is to break limits and challenge assumptions about the normal stepwise path of the normal stepwise path of marriage and contractual alliances.

  • One's passion for connecting to this enticing exotic agent is disruptive but exciting and each iteration breaks some limit upon how many and which types of alliance one is allowed to explore.

"Desire for Exotic Alliances "

Desire to challenge conventional boundaries of Marriage Union and Business contracts

  • "spring forward" to a higher social station on the first marriage

  • Hunger to Possess agreements with strangers, outsiders, exotics,

  • Taste for partners who are culturally inappropriate or in-appropriable = not one's property, one's own folk, not in one's birth group

  • Compulsively attracted (Rahu) to situations of expedient, instrumental negotiation (7)

attempted re-balance (7) annihilation or impending death (7)

Often an unusual first marriage, first spouse has convention-disregarding, taboo-breaking qualities

The spouse may disregard the legal conditions or emotional trust of marriage

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 may appropriate the marital privileges of another

Rahu "leapfrogs" to higher alliance status in realms of union, contract, and partnership, Often by "marrying up"

Rahu in 7 disregards marriage conventions according to which one should marry an equal of similar background and habits.

Amongst the very spiritually inclined, Rahu can also "marry-up" via an exotic union between a human and a deity

Smoky, gassy, oily qualities

Smoky, oily qualities of the partner or partnership.

  • Unclear or hazy manipulations in the marriage contract.

  • Spouse of outsider origin or spouse is a poseur.

  • business partnerships in oil, gas, fossil-fuel resource-exploitation industries

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7:

Marriage Contract = the Perfect Disguise

Rahu-Kanya-7

Recently I have seen three nativities with Rahu-Kanya-7 that corresponded to life stories involving the recently labeled cultural phenomenon "living on the DL". Two were wives of DL men and one case was a DL male native.

Kanya = the unmarried virgin. Kanya = bhava-6 = dissolution of the marriage agreement.

Kanya signifies being un-yoked, not under contract, unmarried. Jyotisha literature often refers to Kanya as an unmarried female, but Kanya ruled by genderless (or eunuch) Budha really has no gender.

The Latinate term"Virgo" comes from the IE root"wi-ro" meaning 'man' or 'human', which later develops into English words like"virile","virtue","world" [wir-alt], and even"were-wolf".

Linguistically it can be seen that Kanya refers to both unmarried men and unmarried women.

DL = American English jargon = "down low".

DL = a historic but only recently labeled-as-such lifestyle whereby a man, for his own reasons, maintains two sexual lives.

His public life is shown to his parents, his extended family, and his official community including his religious affiliations and professional employment.

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 's primary identity is is validated by a heterosexual marriage with wife and family, and willing participation in traditional straight men's clubs, church, sports, etc.

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 appears to be handsome, successful, and"very married".

Shielded by this convincing disguise (Rahu) Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 also operates a second, homosexual lifestyle. Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 may socialize and mate within an illicit (Kanya)"loka" (world) = a location that is proximate to but not culturally connected with the people or activities of the main identity.

Often, this loka = smoky (Rahu) rooms in underclass (Rahu) parts of town. In these outcast (Rahu) environments, men cavort with other men. They pretend (Rahu) as if they are not married (Kanya).

Men living a DL lifestyle share a relationship bond (7) of protecting each other's disguised identities. The mutual fraud (Rahu) is considered a bond of honor which allows participants to continue to enjoy the high regard of their ethnic community, while also pursuing the experience of intensely erotic, dangerous, and forbidden desires. When in public settings, they refrain from showing the traits that would reveal the nature of their alternative (Rahu) mating (7) behaviors.

Frequently the DL man is a model husband and father. Sexual relations in marriage may seem somewhat distant or distracted, and the man may have some unexplained absences, but in general a Rahu-Kanya in bhava-7 has composed a functional and effective argument (Kanya) which successfully rationalizes the rakshasic (Rahu) behavior.

(not dissimilar to a 'functional' alcoholic who successfully compartmentalizes his addictive behaviors.)

The wife, even if she finds out, may choose to 'save face' (7) and not expose the fraud. Thus the Rahu-Kanya-7 yoga = marriage partners who share a conflict that they cannot disclose to others .

outlier, taboo, foreign element

Spouse is an outsider or foreigner in some cultural category:

  • religious, linguistic, ethnic, socioeconomic, or political.

Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 and their spouse both have powerful desires. Unstable partnerships unless Shani casts an influence. They like to take risks, both with each other and outside the marriage. High sense of personal entitlement may lead to an exciting or luxurious lifestyle. Partners encourage each other to take greater risks and cross more boundaries.

Not a karaka for fidelity, but an open marriage may be acceptable to both spouses. Helps successful business trade in forbidden or taboo items such as human persons or body parts, sexual services or paraphernalia, drugs of any kind (including beneficial drugs), stolen or contraband goods, unapproved or experimental practices, legal advocacy for foreigners and outcastes. Karaka for multiple marriages.

Foreign, exotic, or taboo-breaking attributes of the spouse. Marriage represents entitlement to satisfy a personal desire at the expense of social conformity.

Spouse and Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 may be externally successful in worldly life, but the spouses boundary-breaking excesses or foreign behaviors are a permanent source of instability and challenge in Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 's life. Spouse is inappropriate.

  • If Rahu + Shani, spouse is withholding.

  • If Rahu + Kuja, spousal passion is excessive, may be uncontainable.

Rahu in bhava-7 is excellent for international business negotiations; spouse's diplomatic capabilities with foreigners is an asset. Spouse from a different cultural background, or was born geographically a long distance away from the birth place of Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 .

Also good for careers in counseling/advising in multi-cultural and socially taboo-content relationships.

Das / Behari commentary = Rahu occupies bhava-7

"Rahu, being a karmic planet, creates much unhappiness in the Seventh Bhava.

  • Whether alone or in association with any other planet, its impact is sorrowful.

  • You fall into relationships with partners who are very often undesirable, quarrelsome, extravagant, and inflexible;

you either suffer from genito-urinary troubles or are dishonorable .

  • Very often you have to face separation, divorce, or death of the marriage partner.

  • Fond of traveling, of changing your job, and of cultivating new associations - all with the objective of securing something for personal satisfaction.

    • You are skillful and will confer fame and prosperity.

    • Trouble through spouse, body aches, much enmity, loss through trade.

    Two marriages.

    • Your spouse should be careful of infections in generative organs.

    Separation from the relatives and public slander.

    • Danger of separation from kinsfolk and disgrace.

    • Mentally suffering, deranged, idle, wanderer, short-tempered, vicious, quarrelsome.

    Hostile to partner, furious, quarrelsome, sick, restless, malicious, strife, opposition and hindrance in every work.

    • Depriving sensual pleasure.

    • Menstrual problems in woman.

    • As your partner is not willing and co-existing you may be driven to other spouses.

    Conceited, sensual and sick.

    Trouble and difficulty in travel, rheumatism.

    Frightened, irreligious, cruel.

    Fast but without family happiness.

    • You may be a diabetic, strife with relatives, touchy, spiteful, vain, discontented, contact with lewd spouses.

    Luck through sinful acts.

    • Success through speculation, lottery and game of chance or races.

    • Infection through impure mates.

    • Wicked.

    • More friends than enemies.

    Gain through dealing with others.

    • Pleasure and benefit through mates.

    • A wise and wealthy partner; gain after marriage.

    • Short-statured.

    This Rahu is not a killer; but can cause danger to the people indicated by the bhava."

  • Rahu-7 marriage see 7th-from-Chandra

    Animosity and Conflict via Rahu-resides-7 =

    6th-from jayasthana = bhava-12 =During Rahu bhukti if rogesha-6 from Rahu is strong, one may be forced into servitude, conflict, sickness, or crime by long sojourn in distant lands, dreams and divinations, unsavory manipulations of the ancestor spirits, enclosed rooms, and research into unknown subjects.

    Effects of Rahu mahadasha 18 years

    Effects of Rahu bhukti

    Effects of Rahu pratyantardasha

    The most salient effects of Rahu in bhava-7 * passion for partnership* passion for partnership occur during Rahu mahadasha. Maximum outcome during swabhukti of Rahu-Rahu and also during the bhukti of Rahu's rashi-pathi.

    Also strong results of Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 should be expected during each of the nine bhukti periods of Rahu which occur within the 120 year Vimshottari Dasha.

    • During any Rahu bhukti, expectations must be adapted to the angle between the Mahadasha-pati and Rahu.

    Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 generates urgent ambition to obtain greater social-material privileges via display of contractual agreement with sexual mates and business partners. Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 usually seeks a major social step-up, by marriage alliance, political alliance, or socially recognized union.

    The methods of expedient self-elevation for Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 include"appropriation" of the instruments of bhava-7 such as promotion to higher social rank, equal partner roles, advocacy and representation of the Other, mate-figure behavior, or activities of bargaining, negotiation, match-making, deal-making, arbitration, mediation, or facilitation of alliance.

    Although Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 has not yet *earned* the higher entitlements which are normally accorded to equal partners, Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7 is motivated by a hungry desire to grasp these entitlements in a"fast-track" fashion. His ambition is boundless.

    • Typically during the first portion of the Rahu period, Rahu will succeed in rising above the privilege accorded to His station of birth - sometimes dramatically so.
    • However toward the end of the Rahu period, just at the moment when He would appear to have achieved His goal, Rahu typically suffers a sudden fall from the improperly appropriated entitlements.
    • A more normal course of karma in the nativity is then recovered.

    During Rahu periods, Professor Rahu teaching in classroom-7's upward trajectory may involve fraudulent or irregular unions or alliance-seeking negotiations that are"over one's head".

    Final results depend on the disposition of the ruler of Rahu's rashi.

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