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Charles Darwin as a young botanist

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Geologist Botanist Naturalist

1859 * author of On the Origin of Species

Scientific Theory of Species Evolution

Charles Robert Darwin

Earthbody-Entry Sunday-12-Feb-1809

Earthbody-Exit 19-Apr-1882 (age 73)

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Scientific Theory of Species Evolution * 1809-1882 * Charles Robert Darwin

birth data from hhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Darwin * tentatively rectified by BP Lama

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


born on day-14 Chaturdashi of Krishna Paksha

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities

Shatavisaka * Sadachbia * Shata-takara


BPL commentary

For Shata-taraka births of a masculine valence, the disposition of mesmerizing, hypnotic, shadowy, exciting, passionate, ambitious, opportunistic, privilege-seeking Professor Rahu may considerably affect the outcome.

For those born into the Rahu-ruled paradigm of Sadabija, exotics, ethnic mixers, opportunists, fascinators, mesmerizers, privilege-seekers, impostors, rogues, intensifiers of passion and desire, self-proclaimers, self-promoters, agents-provocateur, charlatans, masters of smoke and oils, and entrancingly ambitious persons may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Sadachbia* Tabernacles. Their purpose is mixing of systems.


Mixed-Order Systems

Rahu-ruled fellows who are born into Sata are often found in fascinating roles that boost mass consciousness. Sata births are somewhat rare. Sadachbia work with large regulated systems such as mathematics, scientific theories, and sacred cosmology and with formalized psychic sciences such as hypnosis.

Sadabija gentlemen may display principled methods of inquiry, and they may hold dignified social positions, but their personal lifestyles are often unorthodox. Their work often overturns an outdated social paradigm of scientific theory or religious belief.

Themes of over-reaching, charlatanry, entrancement, expedient linkage, hypnotic appearance, and connections between contradictory systems may contextualize Sata's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Shata-taraka

QUOTATION from: Shil-Ponde.(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 88.


"a quiet and unassuming person,

thoughtful and meditative

  • yet given to sudden outbursts of temper.

Lives in the mental world rather than in the physical.

Prefers solitude to the company of others.

  • Does not care for small talk

  • and finds social contact rather tiresome.

Many astrologers and philosophers found with Shatataraka on the Rising Point."

A light eater and moderate in most things."


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Biographical Details matched to the Vimshottari Dasha bhukti


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Darwin in Childhood


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Surya Mahadasha * age birth until age 3.1

12-Feb-1809 Earth-birth in Shrewsbury, England, United Kingdom* Surya-Shani bhukti * Shani lagnesha, vyayapathi (research)


Chandra Mahadasha * age 3.1 until age 13.1

15-July-1817 grieved the decease of mother (Charles age 8) * Chandra-Shani bhukti * Shani rules matrimaraka 2nd-from-Chandra


Mangala Mahadasha * age 13.1 until age 20.1


Rahu Mahadasha * age 20.1 until age 38.1

1831 earned Bachelor diploma from University of Cambridge * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti

27-Dec-1831 start the famed five-year circumnavigating specimen-collecting voyage of the ship Beagle * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti

29-Jan-1839 Marriage to his cousin Emma Wedgwood (Charles age 29) * Rahu-Budha bhukti * * Budha rules Kanya navamsha-7 * samchara Rahu-Ketu via Meena-Kanya contact Meena swamsha

1839 published the first edition of his shipboard scientific journal, the immensely popular Voyage of the Beagle * Rahu-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 5-celebrity publications

02-Mar-1841 celebrated the birth of child-1 Anna Darwin (she died age-10) * Rahu-Zukra bhukti * Zukra rules 5th-from-Chandra


Guru Mahadasha * age 38.1 until age 54.1

13-Nov-1848 grieved decease of father (CD age 39)* Guru-Guru swabhukti * Guru rules 2nd-from-Surya

24-Nov-1859 published the seminal controversial scientific theory On the Origin of Species * Guru-Mangala bhukti * Mangala rules 3-publication


Shani mahadasha * age 54.1 until age 73.1


Budha Mahadasha * age 73.1 until decease age 73

19-Apr-1882 Lightbody Lift-off (CD age 73) * Budha-Budha swabhukti * Surya-yuti-Budha * Budha gives effect of maraka Surya-rules-7

Distinctive Features of the Nativity


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Darwin's watercolor of a Galapagos Mockingbird from the zoology notebooks of the Voyage of the Beagle

Surya * pitrikaraka * Jyotikaraka

  • Surya-Kumbha * Arka * the radiator * radio
  • Surya in bhava-1 * center of identity, bright embodiment, intelligence for competition, focus on appearance, championship entitlements, eye on personality *sparkling center of the vitality-drama
  • Surya-yuti-Budha * confidently conversational, bright messenger, entitled to discuss, creatively intelligent sibling-cohort, radiantly descriptive, articulate in drama and games, self-confident announcements, talks about politics

FATHER

Charles Darwin's father Robert Darwin was an entreasured and busy physician-surgeon * Surya-yuti-Budha * Budha-rules-8 surgery

Dad was a prominent specimen-collecting scientist of the day * Surya-Kumbha science. His father specialized scientifically in the study of the Eye (Surya). Dad was distinguished by his large physical size, being a remarkably tall and very heavy-set man much larger physically than average for his generation (unusual appearance = Rahu drishti into Surya).

Dad was actively identified with professional scientific societies (Kumbha) as had been Charles' paternal grandfather as well. Dad married the daughter of a regional industrialist (Susannah Wedgewood of potteries fame) and having collected several inheritances (Budha rules-8 inheritance) entered the landed gentry of Middlesex.

Rahu in bhava-9 + Mangala in bhava-9 shows the father as a dominating, over-reaching figure.


Chandra * matrikaraka * garha-karaka

* Harsha Yoga

  • Chandra-Makara-Draco * comforted by rhythmic hierarchical ordering
  • Chandra in Uttara-azadha * comforted by bright visions * protectors of confident conviction, brilliant philosophy, wise patronage, political doctrines
  • Chandra in classroom-12 * comfort in contemplation, familiar with interiority, research enclosures, soothed by imagination, Other-Worldly spaces, privacy; undulating dreams

MOTHER

Mom was ill and died when Charles was age-8 (see also Abraham Lincoln born same day mom died age 9). Chandra rules 6 = Emotional imbalance and ailment

Darwin's health was afflicted by emotional exhaustion from overwork in servitude (6th) to his scientific work. However typical of Chandra in classroom-12, his comfort zone (Chandra) = traveling in distant worlds (of mind or body).

Darwin was seriously ill for most of his adult life. The premature death of his mother and a chronic emotional sadness may have formed the root of his numerous, painful ailments. Darwin was beset by repeating bouts of pain, infection, fever, aches, and assorted symptoms of often quite severe illness (as was his ill mother) Yet he always recovered due to vyayapathi Budha-1 randhresha providing a rejuvenating, rebirth. The moment his vitality was sufficiently restored (8) to permit him to return to his research endeavors, he restarted (8).

Privacy and invisibility can become a factor in marriage conflict due to 7th-from-Chandra-12.

However, correctives are supplied by uttama-Zukra + Harsha Yoga + the predominant parenting features of 7th-from-Chandra. Darwin's marriage was reportedly pleasant. Deprived of his mother too early, he needed a nurse-caretaker sort of spouse (6) and Emma was apparently willing in that role.

MARRIAGE emotional support partnership * 7th-from-Chandra-12

Typical of Chandra-12, Charles' Darwin's wife was often ill. She cared for her husband, herself, and her children in a constant struggle with disease. They had 10 children, although only five survived childhood.


Kuja * bhratru-karaka * virya-karaka

theory

  • Mangala-Thula * vigorous pursuit of alliance * proactive negotiations * push toward bargained agreement * champion of fair contracts
  • Mangala in bhava-9 * karako bhavo nashto * drive toward doctrine, champion of paradigmatic belief, pursuit of patronage, dynamic preaching, energized philosophical conquests, aggressive or sexualized paternal energies, dominating father-figures. Often Kuja-9 = challenges to the father's life and lifestyle.
  • Kuja-yuti-Rahu * energized pretense, dynamic desires, masculine force joins opportunistic ambition

Innovative, paradigm-challenging Kuja-yuti-Rahu occupies the career-defining 10th-from-Chandra


Budha * bandhava-karaka * zisya-karaka

Atmakaraka * publications

  • Budha-Kumbha * connecting communications, systematic pronouncements, articulation of social-scientific networks, descriptive inter-webbed definitions, messages about communities and economies, explains large-scale social participation linkage
  • Budha in bhava-1 * digbala * narrative of body, bifurcated self-image, discusses physical appearance, describer of embodiment, explainer of tangible self, delivers instructions for self-characterization, articulation of communicative movement, animated gestures, talks about personality, details the two-sided identity
  • Budha-yuti-Surya * explainer of dramatic intelligence * affinity for central roles expressing skills of communication, explanation, description, instruction * explainer of dramatic intelligence * affinity for central roles expressing skills of communication, explanation, description, instruction * articulation of radiant authority, message of willpower and charisma, confidently talkative father

Budha-1 rules arudha lagna 5 = creative intelligence, children, publications

Writings

Darwin's writings were hugely successful * Budha rules 5-celebrity publication. His physiological anatomical geological scientific drawings were especially praised (5).

Yet they also generated conflict due to unfair competition and a climate of accusations. Budha-1 rules the emotionally motivated illness, injury, imbalanced 6th-from-Chandra .


Guru * dhavakaraka * bahuta-karaka

  • Guru-Meena * much sleep. inner guidance, many imaginings, many dreams, intuitive beliefs, doctrine of esoteric understandings, expands the scope of contemplative awareness, multiple prayers and visions
  • Guru in bhava-2 * much hoard, many songs, many stories, history, storage, several genetic lineages, much many accumulated goods, numerous languages, many voices, many valuations, extensive accounts and assets, family identity = growth, belief, expansion of the lineage
  • Guru-yuti-Zukra sodarya-karaka * * multiple sisterly-figures, abundant pleasures and treasures, much humanistic financial-diplomatic philosophy, large alignments

Dhanayoga

For Kumbha nativities, Professor Guru ruler of 2-11 becomes a dhanakaraka.

for Darwin, the fortunate combination of * uttama-Zukra-yuti-Guru-Meena in bhava-2 suggests a significantly affluent lineage. Darwin was born into an entreasured family, whose coffers increased during his lifetime. His father's largesse and Darwin's own inheritance provided all necessary life and research expenses, a five-year data collection ship voyage, musical instruments, an estate with servants, and support for his ten children (five lived to adulthood). The next several generations after Charles Darwin produced several notable scientists artists and musicians, as well as several degenerates.


Zukra * svadhu-karaka * kalatra-karaka

Yogakaraka Zukra rules 4-foundations, childhood, cultural rhythms, ethnic basis ++ 9-doctrine, philosophy, credenda, beliefs

  • Zukra-Meena * uttama * appreciation of music-arts, pleasures of imagination, enjoys symbolic clairsentience, dreamlike arrangements
  • Zukra-2 * swabhava * pleasure of gathered treasures, enjoys banked assets, bargains toward collected equity; feminine-figures predominate the family, gracious storyteller, preserved, linguistic, voiced, * pleasing designs to adorn the face, mouth, jaw, neck, teeth, and hair * historical values, appreciation of speech-and-song
  • Zukra-yuti-Guru * sweetened expansions, gracious diversity, appreciation for philosophical doctrine, adjustable catechism, numerous negotiations, humanistic agreements, generous beauty, balanced patronage * arrangements according to priestly paradigm of belief

Atmakaraka uttama-Zukra rules 4-home, foundations, schooling ++ 9-father, doctrine, theory

Darwin had 99 problems, but money was not one of them. His parents' affluence derived from their inheritances, particularly his mother's inheritance of the Wedgewood Potteries fortune. His dad 's investments added further value. When his mom died prematurely, his dad inherited his mother's estate.

His family's wealth meant that Darwin had more freedom to pursue his scientific interests than nearly any other young man in his generation. Yet he was so serious-minded that he did not squander a shilling of their largesse.

Zukra-Meena

Darwin loved music. He developed a theory of the origins of Music as a foundational step in the human mating process. His wife (Zukra) was an accomplished pianist.


Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka

lagnesha

  • Shani-Vrizchika * heavy old secrets * obliged to uncover the camouflaged realities of mass transformation * pressured to regulate the flow of occult identity changes * must explore masked trauma * vital energy compression stress zone = genitals-anus * strictly imposed rules for confidential matters must be respected * must materialize dangerous hidden knowledge * must regulate the threat of disaster * must work with tightly regulated conditions of emergency * must accept the conventional methods of rigidly slow elder shamans * sustained conditions of proletarian revolution * must engage in continued discovery despite scarce available resources
  • Shani in Bhava-10 * (beneficial placement) * Structured, orderly, time-conscious  responsibilities. One must govern the old order. Must maintain the dignity of reputation. Cautious, conventional leadership. Tense=ion in governance roles. Chronic weighty executive duties, heavy work portfolio sustains the social hierarchy; Oppressed by lack of freedom to choose social policies..Resistance to new rules. Resentment toward changes in authority. Intolerance toward unconventional leaders.. Governance fatigue. Support for socially-approved, rigidly dutiful roles as president, director, boss, governor, mayor.

Shani in Bhava-10 occupies the emotionally associative, community-linking, economically gainful, profit-regulated, friendly, participatory, goal-oriented, socially-networked 11th-from-Chandra.

Darwin and his wife Emma Wedgewood produced ten children, but only five survived.

From Chandra-Makara-Draco lagna, the mature voice of sober serious structured hierarchical Professor Shani rules

  • the emotionally-motivated traditionalism, family lineage conserving, treasure-preserving, language-and-history remembering, acquisitive, genetic conservation of 2nd-from-Chandra
  • the emotional authenticity of in-the-body feelings represented by sensitive, receptive, absorptive Chandrana

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

  • Rahu-Thula * shimmering illusion of balance * craving for trade * mask of fairly bargained contracts * over-reaching arrangements * marvelous deals * exciting culturally-mixed partnerships * mirage of deal-making * extraordinary terms of agreement * fascinating alliances * ambitious diplomacy * seeks special importance via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) * shimmering illusion of security * craving for customary rhythms * risky policing * mirage of home and shelter * mask of ancestral belonging to a habitual place * illusory acts of protective defense * over-reaching patriotism * fabulous farms and fisheries * fascinating ethnic routines * marvelous localities * intriguing owned properties * extraordinary cetaceans * seeks special importance via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) attributes of motherliness, nationalism, loyalty to the homeland, parent-rolesattributes of  negotiation, equity-assurance * seeks privilege via advocacy, counseling, adviser-roles
  • Rahu in bhava-9 * passion for philosophy, preaching * in swabhava of Saptarishi Guru, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous or unusual doctrine, theory, dharma, worldview. Rahu-9 desires a thrilling, important guidance role in catechesis, principled discourses of abstract ideas, ideology, philosophy, indoctrination. Extraordinary father-figure, ambitious professors and holy teachers. Thrives in culturally-mixed preaching environments, university, temple, sangha, congregation. Surreptitious attempt to appear as a global, humanistic, ideologically-framed agent of understanding. Rahu the Poseur may pose as a charitable philanthropist, a wisdom-purveyor, a proselyte of principled understanding, a guru-figure, a philosopher, or a globalist humanitarian. Rahu-9 trespasses the cultural boundaries of patronage, fatherhood, paradigm of belief. Exciting, opportunistic third marriage (if any).
  • Kuja-yuti-Rahu * amplified competition, magnified championship, exotic pursuits, tricky innovation, opportunistic brother-warriors

Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka

  • Ketu-Meza * dissociates from competitive dominance, incomplete nobility, empty arrival, dissolute conquest, not limited by blood or birth, ignores restriction on innovative movement, applies dynamic action to the misty abyss, not limited by blood or birth, ignores restriction on innovative movement
  • Ketu in classroom-3 * absentee sibling, dissolved messaging boundaries, disregards conventional discussions, eccentric modes and topics of writing, irrelevance of the mental narrative
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