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Rashi Lagna * Graha

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Chandra-Thula

matched with 12 radical lagna

Chandra occupies 4th-from-swakshetra

Chandra-Thula rules 10th-from-Chandra-lagna

Emotional effects of the Vimshottari Dasha
  1. BP Lama Ketu Mahadasha
  2. BP Lama Zukra Mahadasha
  3. BP Lama Surya Mahadasha
  4. BP Lama Chandra Mahadasha
  5. BP Lama Mangala Mahadasha
  6. BP Lama Rahu Mahadasha
  7. BP Lama Guru Mahadasha
  8. BP Lama Shani Mahadasha
  9. BP Lama Budha Mahadasha
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Mesha radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * bandesha-4 in yuvati-sthana-7


As the ruler of bandhu-bhava-4, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-7 becomes ruler-of-4 residing in 4th-from-4th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-4.

This yoga brings the local customs and habits in the place of settlement along with a parental sensitivity to protect the vulnerable (4) into the realm of contracts, trusts, and agreements (7). It is a powerful location for the covenant including vows, promises, and commitments. It is an excellent placement for those whose emotional nature lends itself to the steady rhythms of a routinized lifestyle in conscious adherence to the terms of a culturally grounded (4) agreement.

  • Miraculous Medal 1806-1876 St. Catherine Laboure + Shani * spoke the vows of holy orders early in her twenties. For nearly fifty years, she worked quietly in the service of the elderly (4 shelter of the vulnerable). Each day was similar to the next. Her dig-bala uttama-Shani-7 added a strong dose of unshakable abhaya discipline.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-7 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced conditions in matters of contracts and agreements.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-7 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of groups in order to establish harmony and equity.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-7 (pada-1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the development of vows and trusts.

Mesha rashi specializes in new birth, first arrival, pioneering, innovation, and competitive championship.

  • Ketu-ruled Azwini * Dasra tends to produce physicians and inventors. They have a special understanding of ways in which the container remains the same while the inner energy moves within it.

  • Bharani * Yama being Zukra-ruled tends to produce treasurers, financiers and collectors or preservers of value. They have a reputation for carrying heavy payloads and working to death.

  • Surya-ruled Krittika * Agneya in the first pada belongs within Mesha rashi. Natives are supremely confident and pioneering in nature, tending toward expressions of Surya such as politics, gaming, and creative arts.


Emotional effects of the Vimshottari Dasha measured from Chandra-Thula lagna

  • BP Lama Ketu Mahadasha tends to be an era of emotional disconnection and apathy, punctuated by moments of Zen awareness of impermanence. In the nativity of spiritual inclined individuals, Ketu mahadasha offers a sustained period of freedom from emotional entanglements that may be perceived as profoundly liberating. In the nativity of more Earth-bound personalities, Ketu often engenders extended periods of emotional disconnectedness and dispersals, with sudden attractions and exhaustions, and a general dissatisfaction with life's offerings unsupported by any instinct to change things.
  • BP Lama Zukra Mahadasha * Zukra rules 1-8. Emotional identity is strengthened via a process of transformation.
  • BP Lama Surya Mahadasha
  • BP Lama Chandra Mahadasha
  • BP Lama Mangala Mahadasha
  • BP Lama Rahu Mahadasha
  • BP Lama Guru Mahadasha
  • BP Lama Shani Mahadasha
  • BP Lama Budha Mahadasha

Social-Material effects of the Vimshottari Dasha measured from Mesha radical lagna

  1. BP Lama Ketu Mahadasha
  2. BP Lama Zukra Mahadasha
  3. BP Lama Surya Mahadasha
  4. BP Lama Chandra Mahadasha
  5. BP Lama Mangala Mahadasha
  6. BP Lama Rahu Mahadasha
  7. BP Lama Guru Mahadasha
  8. BP Lama Shani Mahadasha
  9. BP Lama Budha Mahadasha

The birth-mother herself is often a very diplomatic, accommodating person who is concerned with sustaining harmony in her relationships. She may use her own life-force reserves to maintain the peace. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance and harmonize the concerns of material embodied life. Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra-7 becomes bhava-2-Vrishabha collected treasuries. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding acquired material wealth and family lineage values.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-7 becomes bhava-5-Meena, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements, typically of a political nature. The adversaries are often creative personalities, politicians, royalty-celebrity, and those who claim center-stage rights. Any graha located in bhava-5 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-7-Vanika = Mesha-6. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship through engagement with the primal life force. Life-partner-1 is often a sporting enthusiast. Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through direct action and movement (1). Thula-Chandra-7 is focused on graciously managing the relationships with the primary partner and indeed with all of the many partnerships which develop over the course of a lifetime.

Vrishabha radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * bhratrupathi-3 in roga-bhava-6


As the ruler of bhratru-bhava-3, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-6 Becomes ruler-of-3 residing in 4th-from-3rd. thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-3.

This yoga brings the daily talk, business management, and high-frequency interactions of the small group (3) into the realm of medicine, military, and ministries of service (6). Often the career involves writing of detailed reports and analysis, although to fully realize the analytical capabilities Budha and 3rd-from-Chandra must be strong.

It is a powerful location for teamwork in matters that require treatment plans, argumentation, and litigation with an aim toward achieving a settlement or balanced state of affairs (Thula). It is an excellent placement for those whose emotional nature (Chandra) lends itself to the steady rhythms of a repeating communicative pattern (3) that addresses ailments, complaints and disagreements (6), ideally in a mentality of conscious service. Many successful physicians, attorneys and advocates for the disadvantaged have benefitted from this placement.

Prone to sexually transmitted diseases, diabetes and kidney or pancreatic sugar-processing disorders (Zukra). Emotional stress zone = all paired organs, esp. ears and kidneys.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-6 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous argumentation and accusation.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-6 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of groups in order to stimulate conflict and its remedies.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-6 (pada-1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the remediation of conflict, argument, disagreement, exploitation, and illness.

Vrishabha specializes in collection and storage of material values. Modalities include capital finance, banking, cattle, cooperage, databases, warehousing, the herd and the hoard.

  1. If the rising nakshatra is Krittika * Agneya pada 2-3-4, the family wealth is promoted via power of both the father and the individual. Confident acquisition of properties; often a local mercantilist and landowner.

  2. If Rohini * Brahmi marks the eastern horizon, the family values are contained by the mother, within ancestral lands and waters; holds old values but does not seek new. Often a preserving environmentalist.

  3. For Mriga-ziras * Agrahayani pada-1 or pada-2 stored wealth is driven by the marriage-partner, yet many losses due to the partner. Often in careers which involve pushing agreements forward, such as midwife, boat launch, initiate sales, marketing or political campaign, factory assembly, transportation industry. [when Chandra-Thula both the mother and the partner are challenging figures]

The birth mother may be a nurse (6) caretaker for victims of disordered circumstances such as crime, poverty, or disease. Mother attached to her own siblings. The mother's own mother may struggle with psycho-emotional health challenges yet the mother's mother also maintains social dignity (10th-from). The mother may be ill even while she cares for the ill. The illness arises from a habit (Chandra) of using one's own life force as a fuel for solving the problems (6) of others. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to graciously, diplomatically (Thula) manage (3) situations that are constitutionally unbalanced (6).


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra-6 becomes bhava-1-Vrishabha physical body vitality. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding the limits of the fleshbody and its brain.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-6 becomes bhava-11-Meena economic goals and achievements, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements about earnings and profitability. Friends can become adversaries, and material gainfulness can become a source of jealous conflict with the elder sibling. Any graha located in bhava-11 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by physical-body vitality (1) and by community and economy linkages (11) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-6-Vanika = Mesha-12. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. However, the partner for Chandra-6 becomes generally withdrawn, concerned with inner worlds, and self-isolating. Partner may be adolescent and physicalized. Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through the worlds of dream guidance, sleep, fantasy, and distant lands.

Life-mate-1 is typically a muscularly vital, inventive, and somewhat immature personality. The partner is research-or-escape oriented, seeks emotional enclosure and is relatively inaccessible due to being secluded. The native is focused upon ministries of service in matters of adjudication and settlement of accusations. While dignified, the service profession may be tiring. This is a hardworking couple who may not see much of each other.

Mithuna radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * L-2 in vidya-bhava-5

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As the ruler of dhanabhava-2, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-5 becomes ruler-of-2 residing in 4th-from-2nd. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-2.

This yoga emphasizes bright, intelligent expression (5) of lineage values such as face, mouth, teeth, eyes, speech and song (2). The values are conferred through the family of origin and expressed brilliantly through the children and other creative projects. Often wealth develops via entertainment venues, or via speculative financial gaming such as venture capitalism or playing the stock market. It is a joyful placement found often in the nativities of those who enjoy center-stage roles within their families.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-5 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced conditions in matters of entitlements, uniqueness, celebrity, and athletic center-stage performance.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-5 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of groups in order to create gambling, entertainments, and risky royal fun.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-5 (pada-1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the expression of Divine intelligence and brilliant exhibitions of wisdom.

Mithuna specializes in the interactive, communicative coupling of polarities and opposites.

  • If the rising nakshatra is Kuja-ruled Mriga-ziras * Agrahayani pada-3 or pada-4, one suspects the friends of being enemies and finds enemies to be more trustworthy than friends.

  • If Rahu-ruled Arudra * Raudra marks the rising nakshatra, the sensual body does the explaining via messages of fascinating, passionate movement. Often communicates wild, stormy energy.

  • Guru-ruled Punarvasu * Aditya pada 1-2-3 may produce a wise and charitable teacher who shows that life includes death and good includes evil.


The birth mother is usually a graciously intelligent personality. She may be a scholar (particularly in history or finance) a creative performer, a politician, a pleasant entertainer, or she may have a leadership role in any of the arts. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the worlds of celebrity privilege (5) and lineage tradition (2). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -5 becomes bhava-12-Vrishabha research, quietude, and distant worlds. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding secluded reflection and extend to physical action.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -5 becomes bhava-10-Meena leadership and governance, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with institutional laws and policies, bureaucrats and executive personalities. Any graha located in bhava-10 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. This placement is more comfortable working independently of large hierarchies.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by the interior worlds (12) and by lawful but rigidly structured social pyramids (10) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-5-Vanika = Mesha-11. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a friendly sporting enthusiast and initiator of group adventures.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through friendships, economic gainfulness, community linkages, and networking activities. By contrast, the native's emotional intelligence is focused upon center-stage roles that call attention to one's sympathetically gracious and harmonious personality. This couple is often found in political, fashion, artistic, and speculative-finance circles, where the life-partner is a gifted socialite fundraiser and the native creates pleasing and valuable entertainments.

Karkata radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * lagnesha-1 in bandhu-bhava-4


As lagnesha, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-4 * digbala becomes ruler-of-1 residing in 4th-from-1st. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-1.

The homebody

This yoga emphasizes home-based expression (4) of the physical body and its brain (1). It is a deeply localized placement which naturally seeks shelter and protection within the customary rhythms and routines of the root-culture. Grounded through the Earth. Affinity for fishing, farming, gardening, home-building, schoolteaching, and often a committed environmentalist of the local flora and fauna. Deeply attached to the identity and comforts of the ethnicity. One is often a member of a group of migrants who identify as original settlers, homesteaders, or pioneer land-owners.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-4 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced conditions in home and homeland.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-4 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of groups in order to have justice in the place of settlement.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-4 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the development of a culture of fairness in local customs and habits.

Karkata specializes in roots, ruts, rhythms and routines.

  1. If the rising nakshatra is Punarvasu * Aditya pada-4, a natural philosopher may show the conflicts inherent in humanity's deepest roots.

  2. If Pushya * Sidhya marks the rising nakshatra, the ancient lawful governance hierarchies are stabilized and sustained.

  3. Azlesa * Naga nakshatra in the radical lagna may produce a significant writer, messenger, or craftsman who binds the psycho-mental turmoil to a fixed and grounded place.

The birth mother is a parental and usually home-based personality, often a schoolteacher or farmer or gardener, with a natural love of all things well-designed and beautifully balanced. She may also be an architect, match-maker, or dealer in modes of transport, but if professionalized she nonetheless stays true to her roots in the world of seasonal cycles, farms, fisheries, and means of sustenance. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to integrate the physical identity (1) with the rhythms and cycles of the oceans and lands (4). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra-4 becomes bhava-11-Vrishabha economy and communities of friendship. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding material profits and economic connectivity.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-4 becomes bhava-9-Meena dogma and dharma, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements regarding organized religion, universities, and father-figures. Any graha located in bhava-9 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. The core religious sensitivity relates to elemental natural spirits rather than doctrinal scripture.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by the pressures of economic gainfulness (11) and by philosophies, theories, and preachings-teachings (9) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-4-Vanika = Mesha-10. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often an executive leader with corporate or institutional visibility.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through institutional rank and status with incumbent duties and rules. By contrast, the native's emotional focus is upon home and homeland, the cultural roots and the place of settlement. This couple often enjoys a traditional division of labor, with one parent entirely home-based whereas the other parent is a public figure. However the home-based parent may be either male or female, and the public figure parent may also be either gender.

Simha radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * ruler-of-12 in bhratru-bhava-3


As the ruler of vyaya-bhava-12, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-3 becomes ruler-of-12 residing in 4th-from-12th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-12.

This yoga emphasizes communicative fluency (3) reporting on matters of the imagination and subconscious awareness (12). It is an artistic and design-oriented placement which articulates the conceptual and contemplative spiritual perceptions of the imaginative worlds into a mentally accessible format such as writing, planning, making of itineraries, crafting of messages and cinematic scripts.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-3 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced design in writing and hand-craft including sewing, arts and surgeries
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-3 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of cultural genres to express harmonious messages.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-3 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the development of fairly communicated reports and announcements.

Simha specializes in radiance, splendor, royalty, self-entitlement, divine intelligence, centrality, celebrity, creativity, politics and drama.

  • If the rising nakshatra is Ketu-ruled Magha * Pitriya, a very unique personality may radiate a fiery, other-worldly, magical Witness intelligence.

  • If Zukra-ruled Purva-phalguni * Yoni marks the rising nakshatra, artistic beauty expresses via politics, drama, celebrity, royalty, fashion, costume and song.

  • Surya-ruled Uttara-phalguni * Aryamna nakshatra in the radical lagna may produce a politician, literary dramatist, dramatist, game-player, or royal figure.


The birth mother is a pleasantly talkative personality who may be a writer, poet, songwriter, playwright, publisher, typesetter, painter, sculptor, craftswoman, or designer in the communicative arts. She is a private person with sensitive management and arrangement skills who is typically well-liked although not always fully transparent. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the worlds of private imagination and insight (12) with the daily conversational patter (3). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -3 becomes bhava-10-Vrishabha executive leadership roles. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding rank and social status.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -3 becomes bhava-8-Meena mysteries and disasters, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with secretive figures and hidden affairs. Any graha located in bhava-8 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. There is usually some trauma of betrayal due to discovery of hidden operations, forces, or affairs.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by the pressures of public responsibilities (10) and by veiled secrets hiding unexpected realities (8) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-3-Vanika = Mesha-9. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a professor, high-priest, preacher, or father-figure who promotes a particular theory or doctrine.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through global perspectives, universities or religious hierarchies. By contrast, the native's emotional intelligence is focused upon the immediate co-workers or sibling-group. This couple often shares an interest in communications, with the native applying pragmatic manual production skills to the project while life-partner-1 guides the theoretical, philosophical development of the project.

Kanya radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * Vriddhipathi-11 in dhana-bhava-2

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As the ruler of vridhhi-bhava-11, Vanika Chandra in bhava-2 becomes ruler-of-11 residing in 4th-from-11th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-11.

This yoga emphasizes accumulated treasuries of valuable goods and knowledge (2) expressing via sight, eyes, mouth, voice, speech, song, and the fine arts of arrangement and design (12). It is a strong dhana-yoga which indicates wealth via gracious and accommodating relationships.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-2 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced banking practices.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-2 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of cultural lineages to tell a historical tale.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-2 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for just doctrine guiding the development of balanced accounts, treasuries and collections.

Kanya specializes in service, imbalance-seeking-a-remedy, disagreement, medical treatment, remedial strategies, argumentation, and the virginal state.

  1. Surya-ruled Uttaraphalguni * Aryamna suggests exploitive conditions which can evoke an argumentative political or theatrical response. Much hand-waving and declaiming. Kanya Chandra ruler of 11th-from-1 may contribute a familiar-face public recognition, an increased accusatory logic and a capacity to work with large groups.

  2. When Chandra-ruled Hasta * Savitra marks the rising nakshatra, one responds to imbalance-seeking-a-remedy with comforting acceptance, manual caretaking, and soothing routines of service. Hasta has a general preference for a quieter lifestyle of drawing, writing, feeling the rhythms of life, and caring for family. Kanya Chandra ruler of 11th-from-1 increases the earning initiative.

  3. Mangala-ruled Chitra * Tvastri nakshatra in the radical lagna approaches imbalance-seeking-a-remedy with a designer's urge to straighten and correct it. May produce a hand-crafty surgeon, writer, builder, architect, or master planner. Kanya Chandra ruler of 11th-from-1 increases the impetus (Mangala) to design new fabrications for large-scale projects such as economies and communities.

The birth mother is a curator and collector with specialties in visual arts, and the making of financial trusts and agreements. While based in the family of origin she will also enjoy a community of dedicated friends. Social arts and graces are her key to happiness, and a life of luxury is often provided. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the worlds of participatory social networking (11) with the values and historical treasures of the family line (2). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -2 becomes bhava-9-Vrishabha executive leadership roles. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding received doctrine and university theory.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -2 becomes bhava-7-Meena contracts, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with partners, professional advisors, and peer counselors. Any graha located in bhava-7 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. The values of the family lineage may differ from the expectations of the spouse.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by the father and received doctrines (9) and by the terms of contractual agreements (7) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-2-Vanika = Mesha-8. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a trauma healer such as a surgeon or psychiatrist, or one who deals professionally with fiery disaster, emergencies, or hidden confidential affairs.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through the unseen forces of nature which provoke sudden, unexpected identity change. By contrast, the native's emotional focus is on preserving family of origin and its wealth. This couple often struggles to establish a stable routine, due mainly to the spouse's need to work under cover. It is often an indicator of second marriage.

  • Photographer 1941-1998 vegetarian activist Linda Eastman McCartney * was briefly married to the father of her first child, who was a secretive figure (8). Her second husband, Silly Love Songs 1942- Beatle Paul McCartney, was a songwriter and touring ensemble performer (musical bands, 3). Linda was known as the anchor of her family (her Chandra-2) and her foods (2) business became economically gainful (Vriddhipathi-11 in 2).

Thula radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * karmesha-10 in kalpa-bhava-1


As the ruler of karmasthana-10, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-1 becomes ruler-of-10 residing in 4th-from-10th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-10.

This yoga is a distinguished placement carrying professorial responsibilities and suggesting an iconic personality whose familiar face (Chandra) symbolizes a hierarchical organization or an institution (10).

This yoga emphasizes physical identity (1) expressing via governance of the social order (10). One is an agent of social justice via regulatory governance, operating as a diplomat, match-maker, arranger, and partner functioning at elite levels of legislative authority.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-1 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced physical movement.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-1 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of racial-cultural attributes to symbolize physical equity and fairness.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-1 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the development of the social personality.

Thula radical lagna specializes in partnership and pairings, yoga, equity, balancing, deal-making, match-making, and mutual agreement.

  1. If Chitra * Tvastri nakshatra marks the eastern horizon, Mangala's influence produces forceful, incisive contract-making. One has an architectural style, aimed toward building of edifices.

  2. If Swati * Vayu rises, Rahu's influence produces a passionate expression of feeling in public roles, with a willingness to take risks for potential gain. Zeal for making agreements with those outside one's own group.

  3. If Visaka * Radha nakshatra forms the radical lagna, Guru's influence supports the development of multiple alliances. Often concerned with doctrine and matters of global humanism. May represent numerous and diverse constituencies.


Social-Material effects of the Vimshottari Dasha major periods as measured from Thula radical lagna

  1. Ketu Mahadasha * although the specific social-material effects of the Ketu mahadasha depend explicitly upon Ketu's bhava, ruler, and incoming drishti, nevertheless Ketu periods have some common features. Dispersion of material focus and a tolerance for ambiguity, as well as general apathy toward structure, form, and reality are widely experienced. Each bhukti is distinctively ruled by its own commanding graha providing nine alternating contexts for experience. Before Ketu matures at age 48, Ketu periods of any length can produce a disorientation due to the experience of material decomposition. But after 48, the benefit of philosophical neutrality toward supposedly eternal teachings may begin to predominate.
  2. Zukra Mahadasha * ruler of 1-8 matures age 25. The relationship patterns may seem volatile until after age 26 since Zukra produces almost as much identity transformation (8) as identity vitality (1). Zukra Mahadasha tends to be a mixed experience for the Thula native, with 20 years worth of sudden changes and upheavals in life interspersed among 20 years worth of diplomatically arranged contracts and agreements. It may seem that as soon as an agreement is reached, unseen forces arise unexpectedly to kill the bargain. One may be introduced to remarkable secret knowledge while at the same time hidden powers enforce ongoing internal personality conflicts.
  3. Surya Mahadasha * vriddhipathi Surya matures age 22. Before maturity, Surya periods may produce the benefits of friendship and community; after 22 His abilities extend to economic gainfulness and networking skill.
  4. Chandra Mahadasha * karmesha Chandra matures at age 24. Before 24, Chandra's professional dignity cannot be fully realized, but afterward the 10-year mahadasha of Chandra suggests a sustained period of leadership duties and public respect for one's contribution to the social order.
  5. Mangala Mahadasha * rules 2-7. The mahamaraka for Thula nativities. Kuja periods are generally sexualized and may produce marriages. Speech becomes direct and forthright. Once He matures age 28, and depending upon Mangala's placements, Kuja may prefer the company of males. One may beneficially use assets of the family genetics such as the face and voice to win contests and emerge as a champion.
  6. Rahu Mahadasha * although the specific social-material effects of the Rahu mahadasha depend explicitly upon Rahu's bhava, ruler, and incoming drishti, nevertheless Rahu periods have some common features. A sharp rise in personal ambition, a desire to experience social mobility, and a thrilling empowerment to take risks are all part of the Rahu experience. One is rarely bored and often able to successfully game the system. A grand triumph sustained during most of the 18-year Rahu mahadasha may collapse right near the end of the era.
  7. Guru Mahadasha * Guru is typically a troublemaker for the Thula nativity, at least until Brihaspati matures age 16. Ruling the adversarial satkona along with the chattering 3rd bhava, Guru expands logical argumentation and general talkativeness, supports written output, and brings a remarkably abundance of enemies into the lifetime. After age 16, bhukti periods of Guru can incite illness and poverty. However no matter the crimes perpetrated, the attitude toward criminal acts of others is usually philosophical and forgiving according to the higher doctrines.
  8. Shani Mahadasha * Shani produces superb results for the Thula nativity. In youth, Shani's relentless demand for conformity and intolerance for individuality can feel oppressive. One must wait until Shani matures age 36 to realize the full benefits of the discipline, orderliness, and capacity for austerity which are Shani's true gifts. Shani produces both foundational schooling (4) and children or creative intelligence (5).
  9. Budha Mahadasha * Budha rules 9-12 thus imposing 17 years of both indoctrination (9) and invisibility (12). Often a period of sustained study. Favors university research, monastic residence, and other forms of wisdom-seeking retreat. As a dushtamshapathi for a young person seeking social importance, Budha can produce frustrations of social invisibility. After Budha matures age 32, the option for sanctuary and retreat tends to be perceived as a more positive opportunity for research or relaxation.

The birth mother is a force of nature with a distinctive personality highly conscious of social ranking hierarchies. She behaves politely and correctly while arranging and matching the people in her environment. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the worlds of public duty and responsibility (10) with distinctive personal identity (1).Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -1 becomes bhava-8-Vrishabha undisclosed activities. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding secret treasures and hidden liaisons.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -1 becomes bhava-6-Meena contracts, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with physicians, war-mongers, criminals, and agents of pollution both moral and physical. Any graha located in bhava-6 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. One is always at war with the forces of imbalance-seeking-a-remedy, injustice, and crime.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by veiled, hidden operators (8) and by pollution, slavery, and unfairness (6) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-1 -Vanika = Mesha-7. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a professional deal-maker, counselor, advocate, attorney, or negotiator.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through the world of alliances, partnerships, relationships, and agreements. The life-partner tends to be very supportive of the native's public career. By contrast, the native's emotional intelligence is focused into one's own prominent personality representing an ideal of equity or justice. This couple is often very successful in public life where they hold mutually compatible respected positions.

Vrizchika radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * dharmesha-9 in vyaya-sthana-12


As the ruler of dharmasthana-9, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-12 becomes ruler-of-9 residing in 4th-from-9th. thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-9.

Rhythms

Chandra's familiar face produces a doctrinal, patriarchal (9) placement carrying the symbolism of the old root-rhythms and the homeland (4) into professorial, royal, celebrity, or political roles (9 = 5th-from-5th).

This yoga emphasizes the father-figure and guru roles such as kingship, religious icon, or master politician (9) expressing via the private imagination and fantasy worlds (12). One renders the images of the subconscious with a gracious and harmonious style that is usually guided by a doctrinal belief while being musical and artistic in nature. One dramatizes the beliefs of the homeland.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-12 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of equally balanced private affairs.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-12 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of racial-cultural attributes to gain privilege in cloistered enclosed environments.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-12 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for the development of a balanced relationship with the spiritual guides.

Vrizchika specializes in recycling, renewal, rejuvenation, death-and-rebirth.

  • If Guru-ruled Vishaka * Radha pada-4 nakshatra marks the eastern horizon at the time of birth, a special understanding of lineage values and cycles of death-and-rebirth confers a capacity for catastrophe and large-scale rebirth. Often a shakti-healer via rather shocking methods.

  • When Shani-ruled Anu-radha * Maitra forms the rising nakshatra, suddenly emerging, eruptive change can be contained within lawful structures. Often an agent of shock-recovery who restores the social order after upheavals and disasters, such as governance officials, military, physicians and emergency-response professionals.

  • Budha-ruled Jyestha * Kita indicates a messenger of transformative destruction and renewal, whose instructional signal is vigorously conveyed. Often an announcer, reporter, channeler, prophet, instructor, writer, spin-doctor, actor, spokesperson who can make shocking statements.


The birth mother is typically a private personality who is nevertheless a scholarly or celebrity figure. She may be a professor, an indoctrinator, a priestess, or a philosopher. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the private world of interior insight (12) with publically held theories of reality and received belief (9). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra-12 becomes bhava-7-Vrishabha contractual agreements. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding conventional relationships and deal-making behaviors.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-12 becomes bhava-5-Meena contracts, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with entertainers, children or students, politicians, and celebrities. Any graha located in bhava-5 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by avowed partners (7) and by creative, egocentric personalities in politics and drama (5) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-12-Vanika = Mesha-6. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a professional argument-maker, medical worker, military officer, servant, service worker, or minister of service to the disadvantaged.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through the world of victim narratives. The life-partner tends to be identified with conditions of exploitation, distrust, animosity, and crime. By contrast, the native's emotional intelligence is focused into one's own artistic imagination. This couple is often in conflict since the native is full of fantasy while the life-partner-1 is committed to realism of human suffering. The partner may seem unsatisfiable . However, strong marriage-maintainers such as Shani in bhava-7 can keep the contract intact.

Dhanuzya radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * randhresha-8 in vriddhi-bhava-11


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As the ruler of randhrasthana-8, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-11 becomes ruler-of-8 residing in 4th-from-8th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-8.

This yoga carries identity-changing (8) responsibilities in psycho-emotionally charged economic and community environments (11). It creates situations of sudden, unexpected force which may erupt within the social-economic network, and which propel an ongoing cycle of identity change and transformation. One appears to be friendly and achieving goals, yet ever churning within. One senses the presence of catastrophic forces looming just below the surface of apparent stability. The means of income often contains at least one hidden revenue stream.

Chandra responds to unseen threats with defensive sensitivity towards borders and boundaries. The homebase undergoes transformative renovation or reinvention as a response to threats. One is aware of much more secret activity than others sharing the same environment, and one is a holder of confidences that might frighten others but which one secures calmly.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-11 (pada-3-4) feels an energized affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced network activity.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-11 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of racial-cultural attributes to gain economic privilege.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-11 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the development of a social community.

Dhanuzya specializes in patronage, preaching, humanistic worldview, doctrine and belief.

  • If Mula * Nirriti rises, one may express a Ketu-influenced fearless optimism lacking regard for consequences.

  • If Purva-Azadha * Apah is the nakshatra upon the eastern horizon at the time of birth, one may express the Zukra-influenced belief that sensual pleasure, wealth, music, and beauty are the keys to life.

  • If Uttara-Azadha * Vaizva marks the radical lagna, Surya's influence may produce a confidence in theoretical dharma that suggests a global-scale teacher or inspiring politician.


The birth-mother herself is often a socialite engaged in community linkage and economic profitability. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native, by intuitively showing one how to manage the sudden upheavals and emergencies of life while maintaining community networks of friendship. Naturally, any graha yuti Chandra-11 would adjust the outcomes for both the mother and the native. Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -11 becomes bhava-6-Vrishabha. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding conflict management and argumentative strategies.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -11 becomes bhava-4-Meena, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with the mother, the parochial citizenry, the schoolteachers and local police, and those who protect the place of settlement. Any graha located in bhava-6 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by accusers and arguers (6) and by protectors of the local customs (4) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

Life-mate for Chandra-11 -Vanika = Mesha-5. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a center-stage personality focused on movement and newness in areas of politics, theatre, fashion, or creative arts.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through self-orientation in areas of drama, genius, games and celebrity (5). The goal-oriented native is more oriented to large-scale systems and regulated linkages within those systems. This couple is often found in political careers or othe r two person careers where the 11- partner is more of a community-building economic agent whilst the 5-partner is a competitive entertainer who loves the bright lights and applause at the center of attention.

  • POTUS-34 Interstate Highways Dwight Eisenhower was a systems thinker. His wife Mamie dedicated herself to his career. Mamie was reputed to be an excellent dancer who threw a great party. She entertained skillfully and vigorously, as her husband made more connections and climbed up the military career ladder. After a period of great danger and sudden upheavals of hidden force especially during the"D-Day" invasion, he rose to a two-term USA presidency. Mamie famously said"I have one career, and that is Dwight Eisenhower."

Makara radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * yuvatipathi-7 in karma-bhava-10

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As the ruler of yuvati-sthana-7, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-10 becomes ruler-of-7 residing in 4th-from-7th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-7.

Chandra's familiar face produces a hierarchical leadership (10) placement carrying the symbolism of the root-culture and the homeland (4) into the realms of contracts, deals, negotiations, bargains, and terms of agreement.

This yoga emphasizes leadership roles such as executive director and president (10) expressing via the negotiation of agreements (7). It is a powerful raja yoga which typically signifies a high-visibility public personality distinguished by environmentalism, patriotism, and tenancy (holding) of Earthly lands-and-properties (4).

  • CNN buffalo lands 1938- Ted Turner * Chandra greatly amplified by Rahu. An outspoken environmentalist and patriot, Mr. Turner is said to be the largest private landowner in the USA. Ketu-4 indicates that a majority of his land holdings are wastelands.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-10 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced dynamic leadership.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-10 feels a passionate affinity for balanced mixing of racial-cultural attributes to gain privilege in elite hierarchies.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-1 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for balanced doctrine guiding the development of the social order.

Makara rashi specializes in hierarchical pyramid-shaped social organizations, bureaucracy, social ranks and classes, structure and bones, orderly social leadership, regulation and legislation, policy and protocol, judgments and the rule of law.

  • Surya-ruled Uttara-azadha pada 2-3-4 in radical lagna tends toward mystical and occult sensibility combined with externally pious and lawful behavior. Often involved with religious hierarchies.
  • If Chandra ruled Shravana contacts the eastern horizon at the time of birth, one may develop expertise in the law of contracts and trusts. Often a government agent charged with sensitive negotiations.
  • Mangala-ruled Dhaniztha pada 1-2 favors a dynamic, competitive ascent up the hierarchical ladder of corporate and government rank. Often a champion of the elite classes and their right to govern.

The birth mother is typically a well-known public personality who holds regulatory authority in her local area. She may be a corporate officer, a government bureaucrat, or president of the garden club. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the duties of social leadership (10) with the avowed commitments of legal contracts and interpersonal relationships (7). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -10 becomes bhava-5-Vrishabha drama, politics, creative genius. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding ego-centric individual intelligence.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -10 becomes bhava-3-Meena contracts, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with siblings, media-messengers, scripts and publications, and communications modalities such as radio-television-internet-cinema. Any graha located in bhava-3 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by self-referential personalities (5) and by managers and work-teams (3) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-10 -Vanika = Mesha-4. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a home-based parent, property owner, schoolteacher or farmer.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through elite positions atop social pyramids. The life-partner tends to be identified with matters of home-culture and folk rhythms. By contrast, the native's emotional energy is focused into public leadership and executive decision roles.

This couple may complement each other if a clear division of labor is articulated, with 4-partner preferring small-scale operations of home-based parenting while 10-native prefers large-scale operations of status-rank organizations. Typically, these two domains do not overlap. Living in separate worlds, they can maintain a public facade of respectability without needing much interaction.

Kumbha radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * rogesha-6 in dharma-bhava-9


As the ruler of rogabhava-6, Vanika Chandra in bhava-9 becomes ruler-of-6 residing in 4th-from-6th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-6.

Chandra's familiar face produces a public proponent of belief (9) placement carrying the emotionally rooted victim narrative (6) into the realms of public religious indoctrination, global humanistic philosophy, and university culture.

This yoga emphasizes illness and accusatory litigious polluted or imbalance-seeking-a-remedy conditions (6) for the father and guru-figures (6) whilst the mother is often a deeply grounded adherent to a catechism of belief.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-9 (pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of equally balanced competing theories and catechisms.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-9 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of racial-cultural attributes to gain privilege in university and global-humanism environments.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-9 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for the development of a balanced theological doctrine.

Kumbha rashi, co-ruled by Shani-and-Rahu, specializes in community, systems, economies, ecologies, scientific and electro-magnetic networks, social-participation gatherings, friendship, and voluntary association between those of differing characteristics. Kumbha is an enclosed airspace, such as a marketplace, comb or a drum

  • When Mangala-ruled Dhaniztha pada 3-4 marks the eastern horizon at the time of birth, one may be a drummer pounding out the beats which bring the large group into coordination or a competitive orchestrator networking various sections together under one leader.
  • When Rahu-ruled Shata-visakya forms the radical lagna, an exotic figure arises to show the connections between past, present, and future.
  • Guru-ruled Purva-bhadrapada pada 1-2-3 in the radical lagna indicates one who scientifically explains the connections between factors which determine large groups behavior.

The birth mother is typically a believer. She may be a professor, theorist, theologian, or global humanist. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the natural conflicts and betrayals of human life (6) with the teachings of the sacred scriptures and their exegetical interpreters (9). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -9 becomes bhava-4-Vrishabha home, shelter, and the mother's folk. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding parochial routines and habitual cultural patterns in the place of settlement.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -9 becomes bhava-2-Meena values and family lineage, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with members of the birth family as well as bankers, curators, librarians, database managers, and those who hold the treasures. Any graha located in bhava-2 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by local ethnic customs (4) and by family lineage and stored values (2) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-9 -Vanika = Mesha-3. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is competitive, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship. Life-partner-1 is often a businessperson, manager, craftsperson, publisher, writer, or manual worker.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through day-to-day busy-ness and communicative frequencies. The life-partner tends to be identified with matters of commerce and business transactions. By contrast, the native's emotional energy is focused into the doctrines of belief and philosophical understanding. This couple may complement each other if a clear division of labor is articulated, with 3-partner preferring pragmatic hands-on teamwork to get the message delivered while 9-native prefers a theoretical, professorial, dharmic perspective. Typically, these two domains cooperate within religious organizations and universities.

Meena radical lagna

Chandra-Thula * vidyapathi-5 in randhra-sthana-8

As the ruler of putra-putriki bhava-5, Vanika-Chandra in bhava-8 becomes ruler-of-5 residing in 4th-from-5th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra rules the responsible, governing, institutional, often iconic 10th-from-Chandra which is Karkata-5.

Chandra's familiar face produces a recognizable representation of the homeland (4) that carries the emotionally rooted royalty-celebrity-entitlement narrative (5) into the realms of emergency, identity transformation, and sudden unexpected changes (8).

This yoga emphasizes hidden arrangements. Chandra produces a sensitivity toward veiled, undisclosed tacit agreements (8) and perceived need for secretiveness. If Chandra-Chitra (Mangala) tends toward more energetic pursuit of confidential relationships. If Chandra-Swati (Rahu) tends toward a passionate, sensitive involvement in risky balancing endeavors. If Chandra-Visaka (Guru) tends toward multiple and charitable but also hidden and dangerous diplomatic overtures.


Nakshatra of Chandra

  • Mangala-ruled Chandra in Chitra-8(pada-3-4) feels an active affinity for vigorous pursuit of balanced secret operations.
  • Rahu-ruled Chandra in Swati-8 feels a passionate affinity for mixing of racial-cultural attributes to gain privilege in dangerous, hidden or forbidden environments.
  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-8 (pada 1-2-3) feels a generous affinity for the development of a balanced theoretical perspective upon tantric wisdom.

Meena specializes in charity, clairsentience, and spiritual guidance.

  • The fourth pada of Guru-ruled Purvabhadrapada * Prostha-pada * Pegasus may be a scientist or philosopher who draws upon a broadly conceptual, spiritual or theoretical imagery.

  • Should pada 1-2-3-4 Shani-ruled Uttarabhadrapada * Ahira-budhnaya * Andromeda mark the eastern horizon at the time of birth, under the auspice of Ahira (jewels) remarkable material wealth and proportionate charitable largesse may be expected.

  • Budha-ruled Revati * Pusan * Antyabha (the Whale-sound) pada 1-2-3-4 produces generous messengers of the subconscious who guide like "ferrymen" using scripted speech, humming melodies and chants. Often a singer conveying a message.


The birth mother is typically a mistress of cover-ups. A secretive person operating behind a pleasant facade, she may be privy to hidden financial operations such as "balancing the books "and other varieties of hidden arrangements. Her strategy is denial. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the image of personal authenticity and integrity (5) with the need to maintain confidential, undercover relationships (8). Adoptive mother if any = 8th-from-Chandra or 8th-from-4th.


6/8 shad-ashtakya angles:

  • The 8th-from-Chandra -8 becomes bhava-4-Vrishabha home, shelter, and the mother's folk. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari bhukti of Zukra, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding the familiar, parochial routines, parenting, sheltering, farming, and schooling.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -8 becomes bhava-2-Meena banking, accrued values and family lineage, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Guru can provoke emotional disagreements with members of the birth family as well as bankers, curators, librarians, database managers, and those who hold the treasures. Any graha located in bhava-2 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional challenges provided by local ethnicity and the mother's folk (4) and by historic lineages of valuable goods and conserved knowledge (2) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.


Marriage and partnership

The partner for Chandra-8 -Vanika = Mesha-3. This yoga suggests a life-mate-1 who is dynamic, energetic, kinesthetic, pioneering, and seeking championship via small-group interactions. Life-partner-1 is often a businessperson, manager, craftsperson, publisher, writer, or manual worker with abundant competitive energy.

Life-mate-1's primary identity is grounded through expression and maintenance of historic lineage values, in both finance and the arts. The life-partner tends to be identified with banking, wealth-storage, inventories and collections, books and book-keeping. By contrast, the native's emotional energy is focused into masked and camouflaged agreements, internecine diplomacy, and hidden resources. This couple may complement each other if material wealth acquisition is their shared goal. However the Chandra-8 native is often deeply involved in the intense process of ongoing transformative emotional change and secret alliances.

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