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Princess Elizabeth at approximately age 14 EnglandQuElizabeth1_1533_Signa.png

Queen of England 1558-1603


fleshbirth Sunday-07-Sept-1533

fleshdeath 24-March-1603

daughter of


Queen of England * reigned 1558-1603 CE * Elizabeth Tudor 1533-1603

birth data from rectified by BP Lama

charts, graphs, and tables produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama

Time officially announced by Windsor Herald in "Chronicle of England" as "three of the clocke in the afternoune" per

born on Chaturthi * {Rikta} Ganesha * Krishna Paksha

Rising Nakshatra

Feminine Nativity

Purvazadha ruled by Zukra

  • from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 99

BPL commentary: For Purva-azadha natives, the disposition of Zukra considerably affects the outcome.

"Lovely eyes set in a beautiful face,

  • with small cupid's bow lips

  • and brown, naturally curly hair,

  • describes the native with Purvazadha rising at birth.

She is also to be distinguished by the small well-proportioned feet.

She has a generous positive character

and should be successful in some occupation

  • which would enable her to employ her natural ability

  • as an organizer and manager .

She is apt to have been born in an influential family."

Biographical Details matched to Vimshottari Dasha periods


MOTHER of Queen Elizabeth-1, Queen Anna Bolina = Anne Boleyn = 2nd wife of Henry VIII (beheaded after her miscarried pregnancy of a male heir for Henry-VIII)

fleshbirth Sunday-07-Sept-1533

17-Nov-1558 * death of her elder half-sister Mary Tudor means that Elizabeth in the line of succession becomes Queen."A Dominum factum est illud, et est mirabile in oculis notris "

15-Jan-1559 age 25 * Crowned Queen of England at Westminster Abbey in London

fleshdeath 24-March-1603

Distinctive Features of the Nativity

England-Queen 1558-1603 Elizabeth-1

England-Queen 1533-1603 Elizabeth-1 's nichha-bhanga Kanya-Zukra occupies bhava-10 yuti uttama-Budha and Kanya-Surya. In the culture of her day, Elizabeth's status as an unmarried "parthya" woman would have normally made her a victim of exploitation and likely put her in a socially devalued role such as prostitute or slave. However the nichha-bhanga Zukra exalted her to one of the most famous queenly roles in history. She was able to use her unmarried status to great advantage and her "spin-doctor" publicists created a mythology around her as a magically pure Virgin Queen. (yet as history records, her personal life was quite active) Of course, as the slogan goes "first the nichha, then the bhanga". Nichha-bhanga graha are difficult in the beginning.

Surya * pitrikaraka

England-Queen 1533-1603 Elizabeth-1 daughter of the notoriously center-stage and wife-beheading father King of England 1509-1547 Henry VIII Tudor.

Chandra * matrikaraka * garha-karaka

Elizabeth's own Mother, Anna Bolina was murdered at the command of Henry when Elizabeth was three years old * Zukra-Shani period, maraka rules-2 Shani-8

From Planets in Signs and Houses , by Bepin Behari (p. 149):

"Unless the planet is well fortified by association with or the aspect of benefics, the lord of Eight in the fifth house is inauspicious for children and the mental equilibrium. The individual seldom begets a child, and even if a child is born he becomes wayward and rebellious, a burden to the family. In this situation however there is a possibility of the individual acquiring substantial wealth , especially if he is denied children."

Kuja * bhratru-karaka * virya-karaka

Budha * bandhava-karaka * zisya-karaka

Guru * dhavakaraka * bahuta-karaka


Zukra * svadhu-karaka * kalatra-karaka

Rogesha Zukra

Like many during her era, England-Queen 1533-1603 Elizabeth-1 suffered hair loss and facial pockmarks from smallpox. For some people the pocks represented a triumphant survival against a deadly disease, but Elizabeth wrote that she found them hideous-looking. She wore a thick layer of lead-paint theatrical makeup over her bumpy complexion and a bright red wig to cover her bald head. Typical of Purvazadha with their sensitive blood, She died of lead poisoning.

Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka

Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)

Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka

Elizabeth (see paintings) had a radiant and quite reddish sense of magisterial presentation due to lagnesha = Guru in bhava-1 * Hamsa Yoga* dig-bala in lagna combined with regal Mesha-Chandra-5. Both Guru and Chandra in fiery rashi receive the blinding fiery rays of ambitious Simha-Rahu-9. She was literally brilliant.

History records that via the detailed financial calculations of a very strong and prominent Budha, she helped to place a cold, broke, and unstable England on a course of speedy financial recovery.

With atmakaraka uttama Budha extremely prominent in bhava-10 yuti Zukra-yuti-Surya,;while the vargottamsha uttama-Budha also occupies the economic 11th navamsha, the literate and administratively minded Queen Elizabeth understood financial accounting.

Incisive and accurate bookkeeper = Atmakaraka uttama Budha. Along with the extremely pragmatic Shani 10th drishti upon Chandra-5, her nativity describes a businesswomanwho could, and did, rectify (Shani) the flamboyantly bankrupting royal style of her indulgent, artistic, financially irresponsible father.

Her financial acumen and planning capability, seen via the Kanya-10 cluster, helped to stabilize Britain's economy -- which had been devastated by overspending during the reign of her father England-King 1491-1547 Henry VIII

Under her magisterial guidance and using a crafty approach to"legalized" piracy (rogesha-6 nichha Zukra in 10 lawful social order) Elizabeth's generation of merchants rose to a position of commercial (Budha) dominance of the burgeoning world sea trade

rogesha-6 nichha-Zukra-10 also allowed her to"cook the books " for benefit of her love interests. England-Queen 1533-1603 Elizabeth-1 used national tax coffers to fund the commercial ventures of Sir Francis Drake, mainly his very profitable shipping piracy

a calculated drama of interpersonal and sexual relationships along with much manipulation (Budha) and disregard; for conventional boundaries of commerce (Ketu-3).

Elizabeth handily eliminated each and every one of her many adversaries. (Mangala-6)

yuvatipathi-7 in bhava-10 is always an excellent auspice for public recognition and a successful leadership career based on good advisors.

England-Queen 1533-1603 Elizabeth-1 = career supported by a number of well-placed partners, including Sir Francis Drake

Powerful yuvatipathi-7 uttama-Budha-10 yuti dharmesha-9 royal Surya helped her to establish a number of powerful alliances which promoted her personal goals (Kumbha) whilst she escaped the typical marriage entrapment of a 16th century woman

Often sick - but always recovered Guru in lagna-1 * Guru-Dhanuzya = lagnesha-1 + bandesha-4 * dig-bala = * Hamsha Yoga

many enemies but all overcome * ruler-of-12 Mangala in Ari Bhava overcomes enemies whilst avoiding imprisonment= Vimala Yoga

Hers was the scarred and pitted face that launched a thousand ships. Zukra-Kanya * nichha + Surya-10 uber-high visibility

Wracked by smallpox, Elizabeth lost her hair at age 29 * Mangala-Ketu period. She wore brilliant red wigs for the rest of her life. She covered the terrible pock marks with a thick layer of the cosmetic paste used by actors in the theatre (randhresha-8 camouflage Chandra-5 theatrical cosmetics).

Her father King Henry VIII arranged to have her mother murdered for reasons of political expediency. Chandra-Surya suffer a disagreeable 6-8 angle. Mother's death Mangala-Vrizabha-neck in 2nd-from-Chandra. But Elizabeth has few ill effects due to Vimala Yoga ruler-of-12 Mangala in 6. Henry; made sure that his daughter received survival nourishment along with scholarly tutoring in literature and arts.

Disinherited and then reinstated on the whims of her powerful but volatile dad (Surya weak and volatile with nichha-Zukra in 10), and prone to severe sickness, Elizabeth survived multiple traumas (Shani-8).

She watched and learned (uttama-Budha). As a ruler with many competitors for her throne, Elizabeth exemplified the political virtues of her day: she was charming, shrewd, and occasionally ruthless (Mangala-6; Shani-8).; England-Queen 1533-1603 Elizabeth-1 began her reign at age-25, and kept her regnancy in flourishing conditions for 45 years.


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