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Graha * Bhava* Amsha * Rashi


  1. Surya-yuti-Ketu
  2. Chandra-yuti-Ketu
  3. Mangala-yuti-Ketu
  4. Budha-yuti-Ketu
  5. Guru-yuti-Ketu
  6. Zukra-yuti-Ketu
  7. Shani-yuti-Ketu


Rahu-Ketu: Directory of Jyotisha Descriptions Descriptions below may also apply to Shani receiving drishti of Rahu, and Rahu receiving drishti of Shani - but results will be much less fierce if these two enemies do not share a house

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Om shram shreem shroum sah ketave namah

Om pram preem proum sah shanaischaraya namah

Shani

yuti

Ketu

in 12 Bhava


Saturan * Kevan

Sauran * Kronos * Kaivan * Anu * Ninurta * El * Eli

"the old sun, the best sun"

conjunct

Cauda Draconis

The Dragon's Tail * Caesura * Catabibazon


self-sacrifice (Ketu) for the cause of the institution (Shani)

Shani = Fear of Punishment, Maintenance of the Social Order, Resistance to Movement, Rigidity

++ Ketu = Disregard for material Consequences, Impermanence, Ego-detachment, Apathy Dispersion of Temporary Form

odd departures from the conventional rules

very little measurable result proportional to the sustained work effort required

reduced concern for social, physical, or financial consequences


When reading any nativity, single-yoga effects must be balanced with all other effects of all the other graha.


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Stirling Castle, Scotland

Shani in Bhava-1 + Ketu in Bhava-1


scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:
  • competition, conception, birth, vitality
  • blood, muscles, skull
  • social and personal identity
  • via the physical form and its attributes

Shani in bhava-2 yuti Ketu in Bhava-2


Shani-Meza * nichha yuti Ketu-Meza


Shani-Vrizabha yuti Ketu-Vrizabha


Shani-Mithunaya yuti Ketu-Mithunaya


scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:
  • conventional knowledge
  • family of origin
  • beautiful face
  • sound, words, voice, song, speech
  • food, wine, wealth, conventional values,
  • storage, accumulation, banking
  • face, eyes, jaw, teeth, mouth, hair, voice

challenges for the second marriage alliance

aids longevity


de Mundi Systemate 1643-1727 Isaac Newton Ketu-Meena yuti Shani-Meena-2 yuti Guru. Newton endured a terrible heartbreak from his primary love partnership with a younger Dutch scientists. Although he lived a long life (Shani drishti to 8, Rahu-8) Newton never formed a second, replacement relationship.

In general, Mr. Newton showed a disregard for Shani-type social conventions and strictures of behavior, preferring instead to follow his own inclinations.

The lagnesha Shani-parivartamsha-Guru exchange allowed him to capitalize (2) upon his eccentricities (Ketu) building a personality (lagnesha) which flaunted the minor social rules even while developing (Guru) the major conceptual-scientific rules (Kumbha-Meena).

Shani in Bhava-3 + Ketu in Bhava-3


scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • messaging, writing, reports, communications
  • publications and announcements
  • scripts, media production, cinema, internet
  • siblings, cousins, cohort, ensemble, work-team
  • the hands, the lungs

Shani-yuti-Ketu in bhava-3 often indicates mental-health challenges characterized by oscillation between

  • Shani in Bhava-3 suggesting a depressive, fearful and rigid protocol of thought and communication in which there may be punitive consequences (real or perceived) for release of unlawful, disallowed, or unauthorized information
  • and on the other pole, Ketu in Bhava-3 suggesting a scattered, incoherent disregard for the conventional formats of business and work-group transaction. This disregard may result in full freedom to abandon the rules and make statements, plans, or descriptions that seem random or disconnected from Shani's protocols.

One's reports, announcements, directions, and management style may be difficult for others to understand and interpret due to its inconsistency and irregular broadcasts cycles. There may be some tendency toward odd, eccentric, or peculiar thought patterns which are framed in a set of rigidly hierarchical potentially punitive communication rules.

Shani in Bhava-4 + Ketu in Bhava-4


scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • home, homeland, patriotism, national defense
  • parents, protection, shelter;
  • nationality and ethnicity, folkways, ancient customs, and established cultural norms;
  • the End of Things, burials, basements
  • oceans, emotions, liquids
  • body's liquid systems, drainage; osmosis, lymph
  • fourth marriage

Shani in Bhava-5 + Ketu in Bhava-5


POTUS-22-24 Interstate Commerce 1837-1908 Grover Cleveland * Shani parivartamsha Zukra * scandal of an illegitimate child, death of eldest daughter her age-12

pop artist, alternative lifestyle Andy Warhol * Vrizchika

"existentialist" philosopher of alienation and meaninglessness Jean-Paul Sartre Kumbha + Chandra

scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • celebrity, radiance, creativity, performance arts, fine arts
  • divine intelligence, children
  • theatre and politics, royalty
  • the heart anahata chakra

Shani in Bhava-6 + Ketu in Bhava-6


paranoid schizophrenic who won Nobel Prize in mathematics John Forbes Nash * Vrizchika

20th cen. modern dance choreographer, writer, performer Martha Graham * Kanya

scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:
  • illness, mental argumentation,
  • conflict, disagreement, servitude
  • digestion, argument
  • unmarried, un-yoked, un-allied
  • unbalanced, unrelated, ostracized
  • the intestines

Shani in Bhava-7 * digbala + Ketu in Bhava-7


  • pioneer sex therapist radio-TV counseling Dr. Ruth Westheimer * Vrizchika

scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • alliance, agreement, diplomacy, marriage, terms of contract
  • design, harmony, balance
  • legal resolution to conflict, law courts
  • the kidneys, adrenals, pancreas

Shani in Bhava-8 + Ketu in Bhava-8


  • de Mundi Systemate 1643-1727 Isaac Newton * also a Harsha Yoga, also Shani parivartamsha randhresha-8 Guru-7 * in Meena

scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:
  • discovery, emergence, cycles of destruction-and-rebirth
  • emergencies and disasters; hidden truths
  • sudden change, catastrophe; calamity
  • trauma and healing; occult, forbidden, magical knowledge
  • the fleshbody liver

Shani in Bhava-9 + Ketu in Bhava-9


scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • humanistic philosophy; sacred doctrine
  • priesthood; preaching
  • orthodox religion and the fixed catechism of belief
  • universities and higher teaching
  • the sacral plexus; hips and thighs

challenge for the third marriage


One may appear entirely Shani-orthodox in matters of received beliefs and expected. The patron properly practices the rules of patronage. A professor masters the approved methods. A theologian follows the correct sequence of steps toward discerning the mind of God. A philosopher may promote the standard dogma. Popes, proselytes, and pater-nosters maintain the externally visible hierarchy according to the catechism. The father-figure appears to demonstrate the conservative, publicly respected paternal behavior. The rules governing development of higher theory are respected. The dharma, according to Shani's limited scope, is understood only at the level of the lowest common denominator (Shani-9).

And yet Ketu holds an apathy toward fixed truths. Like a subtle undertow, under the surface of a normal ocean wave, Ketu counter-pulls beneath the apparent normalcy. Conventional behavior may persist for many years (Shani) in the university, the high-temple, and the world of global-humanistic thought. Yet at some point, the rigidity of a fixed system feels corrupt and unsustainable. It all falls apart.

The paradigm of belief appears strictly structured, yet one may abandon the entire fabric of interlocked convictions and perhaps at some fractured, fragmented moment one may walk away from every old, outdated truth-claim.

One may decide to cultivate beliefs that are abnormal, eccentric, or disorganized. In so doing there is liberation from the stiffness and elderliness of the old order.

One may have received beliefs from the father-figures which are true descriptions of material reality (Shani) but which leave one feeling spiritually empty (Ketu) and seeking further guidance. This combination can be frustrating as the native generally makes an effort (Shani) to conform (Shani) to the existing ideologies of institutional structures such as university and doctrinal organizations of priests and patriarchs. Yet the conformity efforts yield little satisfaction as the native may be perpetually questioning the validity (Ketu) of the beliefs and principles to which one has publically subscribed.

Often found in the nativities of professional academics, priests, pastors, and pater-noster figures who see themselves as guided (9) by socially approved (Shani) philosophical principles and indeed themselves guides for others. Yet are aware that their supposedly firm (Shani) principles indeed rest on shifting sands (Ketu).

On the benevolent side, an open mind toward alternative (Ketu) belief systems (9, 11th-from-11th, the system of systems which originates reality is the belief system). On the more challenging side, insistence upon continuing the rigid (Shani) beliefs of the conventional social order forms an obstacle to new understanding (9) and the native is often overburdened by widely(Ketu) duties (Shani) attending to a university or temple profession.

The seeds of belief are widely cast like blowing dust (Ketu) and the father-figures such as mentor, pastor, guru and professor are often ideologically or theoretically inconsistent . The father-figures sometimes taking the Witness perspective and sometimes insisting upon socially conventional dogma. One may use the shield of approved catechism when convenient, and question or even disregard the dominant paradigm of belief when that freedom is allowed.

Ultimately the socially approved paradigm of belief is unsupportable (Ketu) due to its limitations (Shani) and the native tends to think, and do, as one pleases.

  • POTUS-pair-18 Civil War 1826-1902 Julia Dent Grant was raised in a strict Methodist Christian household which nonetheless allowed considerable pleasures. However as an adult, she enjoyed alcohol, card playing, and in particular gambling on the horse races - all of which were strictly forbidden in the rigid Methodist doctrine of the day. Whilst always respectful to the more sober (Shani) of her family members, Mrs. Grant expressed the Ketu disregard for rules, forms, and consequences. Ultimately her liberality created a happier Whitehouse during her husband's tenure 1869-1877

Shani in Bhava-10 + Ketu in Bhava-10


  • abdicated King of England 1936 Edward-VIII * Kanya

  • widow of assassinated Bobby Kennedy; founder and vigorous promoter of the "Special Olympics" for stigmatized Down-Syndrome children Ethel Skakel Kennedy Vrizchika

scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • government, conformity to customary law
  • public reputation
  • rank and position,
  • social order, social programming, the castes and classes
  • the skeleton, bones, tumors

propensity toward anarchism


One may appear entirely Shani-orthodox in matters of governance duty, public dignity, and regulatory roles. The leader properly practices the rules of leadership. An executive masters the approved methods of decision-making. A legislator follows the correct sequence of steps toward preparing and submitting laws to the approvers. The rules promoting persistence and maintenance of the hierarchy are respected. Karma, according to Shani's limited scope, is understood only at the level of the lowest common denominator (Shani-10).

And yet Ketu holds an apathy toward fixed social orders. Like a subtle undertow, under the surface of a normal ocean wave, Ketu counter-pulls beneath the apparent normalcy. Conventional behavior may persist for many years (Shani) in the pyramid-shaped organizations of corporate business and government bureaucracies. Yet at some point, the rigidity of a fixed system feels corrupt and unsustainable. It all falls apart.

The professional career appears strictly structured, yet one may abandon the entire fabric of interlocked conventions and perhaps at some fractured, fragmented moment one may walk away from every old, outdated responsibility to uphold the social order. One may decide to support a constituency that is abnormal, undermining of the system, eccentric, or disorganized. In so doing there is liberation from the stiffness and elderliness of the old order.

  • Ethel Skakel Kennedy widow of assassinated US Attorney-General Bobby Kennedy was the founder and vigorous promoter of the "Special Olympics" for stigmatized Down-Syndrome children. Mrs. Kennedy belonged to a family of great wealth and political power, but she eschewed the elite preoccupations and dedicated her life to the constituency of abnormal, eccentric, and disorganized populations. Due to her leadership, in the USA, this previously denigrated and often invisible population now has dignity (10) and government recognition (10).

Shani in Bhava-11 + Ketu in Bhava-11


singer and adoptive parent Sheryl Crow + Surya + Guru-yuti-Budha + Mangala-Maraka

scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • social participation movements,
  • economies, social networks, regulated systems
  • opportunity to participate in the marketplace,
  • achievement of material goals
  • theory, conceptual systems, science, conceptual philosophy,
  • the skin, nerves, nervous system

Shani in Bhava-12 + Ketu in Bhava-12


  • Supreme Soviet Chairman 1953-1964 Nikita Khrushchev * Kanya

  • dramatist Demi Moore * Makara

scattered resistance + conventionalized apathy re:

  • distant lands, clandestine operations
  • meditation - prayer, clairsentience
  • imagination, possible hallucination
  • world travel (pilgrimage)
  • private sanctuary; fantasies; the bedroom
  • withdrawal from public life
  • (complete withdrawal is not allowed by Shani)
  • dissolution of the ego; the feet, nerve plexus of the feet
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