The majority of Purvabhadra nativities are wanderers.
Purvabhadra natives, the condition of prosperous, preaching, inclusive, broad-scope, philosophical, humanistic Guru
may considerably affect the outcome.
Teachers, preachers, professors, patrons, agents of generosity and guidance, guru-figures, ideologues, indoctrinators, theorists, know-it-alls, proselytes, philosophers, pontificators, patriarchs, pundits, pater-nosters, proponents of principled
understanding, wise-ones, wizards, druids, and
paradigms of belief may be especially influential.
patrons from the civilizations of Pegasus.
QUOTATION from: Shil-Ponde.(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra .p 88
"... high-strung and nervous in temperament .
They are not very strong constitutionally.
They are rather grave and serious in demeanor
they belong to the Mental Group and are by no means orthodox ,
Distinctive Features of the Nativity
Recommended Jyotisha-ratana for
- Hira = diamond for yogakaraka bandesha-4 Zukra
owned properties, homes-vehicles-estate + dharmesha-9 dharma,
doctrine, wisdom, global humanism
- Panna = emerald for Budha Parya vidyapathi-5
creativity, politics, children + randhresha-8 confidential
information, hidden assets
- Nilamani = blue sapphire for
Shani lagnesha vitality + vyayapathi-12 intuitive
guidance, private prayer, sanctuary
- Surya-Meza *
Suryaya * the supreme one
- Surya in bhava-3 * center of commerce,
intelligence for reports, announcements, descriptions, * brightly explaining,
administrative entitlements, focus on communication, eye on management of
* confidently sensitive, bright comforter, entitled to parent, radiantly
* confidently opportunistic, bright mesmerizer, entitled to mix and
mottle, radiantly risk-rewarding
Dad His father was a lawyer
matrikaraka * garha-karaka
- Chandra-Meza * comforted by rhythmic forward pursuit
- Chandra in burdened
Bharani * Zukra * comforted by carrying valuable burdens * protectors of assets, treasuries, contractual trust, natural resources, reserves
* Emotionally entitled, sensitive to charismatic figures, needs centrality, feels like a king
- Somana-yuti-Rahu * Emotionally expedient,
sensitive to exotic figures, need opportunities, feels unusual, exceptional
Bharani Chandra + uttama-Surya-yuti-Rahu
reside in Bhava-3 = communications, coterie and cohort
Bharani = Money
Guy Topic of his writings = financial well-being
MARRIAGE emotional support expectations of partnership
Mesha contains dissociative Ketu-9
bhratru-karaka * virya-karaka
* vigorous pursuit of conversation * proactive delivery of information * push toward explanatory instruction
- Mangala in bhava-5
* drive toward creativity, pursuit of games, invasive drama,
display dynamics, energized
by romantic and political conquests
Budha * bandhava-karaka * zisya-karaka
* innovative communications, pioneering pronouncement, articulation of dynamic movement,
messages about contests and competitions
- Budha in bhava-3 * narrative of
commerce, management, reporting, cohort, siblings,
instructions, describer of announcements, explainer of publication,
delivers instructions for books, scripts, lyrics
* articulation of radiant confidence, message of willpower and charisma,
* articulation of ambitious desire, message of exciting opportunities,
dhavakaraka * bahuta-karaka
- Guru-Dhanuzya *
* much philosophy, humanistic beliefs, broad worldview, doctrine of
- Guru in bhava-11
* many friends, much networking, much achievement, numerous revenues, many
scientific theorist of social economics
Marx was born into an educated, bourgeois German family. He had a fairly large social network of patrons and fellow intellectual supporters
whose donations helped to maintain his publications and conference
His father was a lawyer, and young Karl would have learned how to conduct a network of relationships.
Zukra * svadhu-karaka *
Zukra yogakaraka swakshetra
- Zukra-Vrizabha * swakshetra *
appreciation of valuable arrangements, pleasures of collections,
sensuality, enjoys preservation, sounds, history, containment of goods
* digbala * pleasure of home-based
routines; enjoys domestic equity, feminine-figures are prominent in the
home environment, appreciation of owned properties
* gracious conversation, articulate beauty, melodious words, sweetly communicative
messaging, lyricist, musical cohort, quickly arranged contracts
bandesha-4 in 4 = pleasure in the home
Marx notoriously conducted a long sexual romance (Zukra) with his wife's maid, the family housekeeper (4), who bore him a son.
yuvatipathi-7 spouse-partner + rogesha-6 servants yuti Rahu (taboo breaker)
Also even when supposedly an unkempt revolutionary railing against the privilege of bourgeois society, Marx lived in a nice London home with servants (see below) paid for mainly by his parents (Budha =
rules 2nd-from-matribhava-4, parents'
cintamani * mani * money) and his wife's trust accounts
Zukra = yogakaraka bandesha-4 +dharmesha-9 in swakshetra: Marx had a wide range of experience with Property (4) from academic expertise in a theory of property rights (communism) all the way to holding a mortgage for a comfortable family home in mid-nineteenth-century London
Even when budgets were cramped, he was permitted the luxury (Zukra) of writing in his home office (Zukra).
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
- Shani-Kumbha *
0-20 deg * old economies, pressured linkage, pressured skin-nerves,
imposed connections, proletarian earnings, must earn profits with
- Shani in Bhava-1 * must act under
pressure, have to move but slowly, push forward against stiff limitations; cautious,
conventional identity; tense competition, chronic impeded movement;
heavy pressure against free movement
shani in scientific Kumbha = large, rule-driven, complex logical systems (material and social economies).
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
- Rahu-Meza-Arya *craving
for dominant force, mask of
competitive, pioneering, urgent push forward; fascinated by conquest *
seeks special importance via heroic action;
via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) superiority, muscularity,
movement, athleticism, championship
- Rahu in bhava-3 *
in swabhava of Busy Budha, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous or unusual
writing, photography, journalistic reporting, news announcements,
cinema, commentary, messaging. Craves publication. Desires a special, important explanatory, descriptive, or instructional role.
commercial business, internet, cinema, or communications media.
Exciting, opportunistic engagement with process management, manufacturing,
business administration, conversations, information technology. Ambitious
character of the sibling-cousin, cohort, or touring ensemble.
* amplified ambition, magnified confidence, exotic creativity, tricky drama, opportunistic
father, fascinating (but perhaps illusory) appearance of political
* amplified emotion, magnified familiarity exotic habits, tricky comforts, opportunistic
mother, fascinating (but perhaps illusory) appearance of sympathetic
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka
* dissociates from bargaining, incomplete alliance, empty trades, surrendered trust, dispersed negotiations,
ignores restriction on deal-making
- Ketu in
classroom-9 * incoherent ideology, disinterested in the credenda; wandering worldview; absentee father-figures * no barriers in doctrine,
disregards teachings, vacuous philosophy, irrelevance of the
catechesis, ambivalence toward the
power of belief
- While he was a staunch and vigorously intellectual theorist, he indeed loved the common laboring people = Chandra rogesha-6 .
Rahu in bhava-3 + uttama
yuvatipathi-7 Surya + rogesha-6 Chandra +
drishti of swakshetra Shani
- Exotic, provocative (Rahu) confident (Surya) sympathetic to workers (rogesha-6 Chandra) and incendiary (Mesha) writings.
Shani = science
- Professionally disciplined, scientific, and highly influential writer (3)
- Shani the Scientific Disciplinarian casts His strongest 3rd drishti upon the Bharani cluster ostensibly in bhava-3, the bhava of writing.
- "Data" daily reality = bhava-3
- The books of Marx + Engels are full of research data taken from the business and government reports of the day
- The data is organized appropriately to support the theory of impending working-class revolution and its present a daunting amount of scientific effort; remarkable in their day and still held as a standard for social science writing.
- Das Kapital vol. 1 was published in 1867 to wide acclaim amongst Europe's Hegelian-thinking intellectual elite. Marx's books are still read with great interest more than 150 years after first publication.
Surya-Chandra-Rahu. = Marx was a prolific original writer (bhratrupathi-3 Mangala in 5) and translator (bhratrupathi-3 in Mithuna).
Karakamsha = bhava-5 = Marx is best known as a highly influential creative theorist and litterateur.
- married June 19, 1843 - Vimshottari period of Chandra/Zukra. Zukra = karaka for marriage
- First child 1844 = Vimshottari period of Chandra/Zukra. Zukra = dharmesha-9 Thula = children
- Death of wife Jenny = Dec 1881
March 14, 1883 - Vimshottari period of Guru/Rahu
= Rahu gives effect of maraka rules-7 uttama-Surya
Sashya Yoga = panchmahapurusha yoga
- Kumbha rules every variety of network whether conceptual, social, financial, or esoteric.
- Kumbha rules large-scale social participation movements, goals, and participation in the marketplace.
- Kumbha whose color is deep brown rules the masses , the hoi-polloi, lateral or proletarian organizations (not hierarchies, rather equal-access networks)
Shani in the 2nds pada of Purvabhadrapada:
- Behari: says
"You may get wealth through your spouse where good income is derived . You are tall with a large head and face,
inclined to corpulence , bald-headed. You have a clear and practical approach to every work you undertake."
- yuvatipathi-7 in bhava-3
- Marx's father (Surya) was an attorney Surya = yuvatipathi-7 law courts
- Marx married Johanna"Jenny" von Westphalen, an aristocrat (uttama-Surya) with family
cintamani * mani * money. While his post-mortem fame derived from his characterization and detailed analysis of the lives of slaves to industrialization who lived in the most bitter poverty, Marx himself lived in fairly bourgeois circumstances most of the time.
- Clearly his wife was willing to take some social risks * yuvatipathi-7 Surya-yuti-Rahu * and she herself would have supported his affinity for the working class (Surya + rogesha-6 Chandra)
- L-3+karmesha-10 in 5 = fame (karmesha-10 in 5) for literature (bhratrupathi-3 in 5)
- Marx was a highly original and confident (uttama-Surya) writer. He managed to see most of his publications recognized by the public before his death (karmesha-10 Mangala in 5, creative performance literature).
- the nature of the literature however brilliant also has a complaining quality because Kuja is unhappy in the rashi of his enemy Budha
- also the literature has a bilingual (Mithuna) quality. Marx wrote mainly in the country of England but mainly in the language of Germany. His works only reached a wider intellectual public after being translated by Marx's good friend and co-writer Frederich Engels.
- Marx's theoretical argumentation (bhava-6) was outrageously revolutionary (Mesha Chandra-yuti-Rahu ) in its claim that the proletariat (6, also Bharani) possessed inherent rights to ownership of property (Rahu claims privileges which traditionalist Shani would deny)
- Marx's arguments about"rights " (uttama-Surya+ yuvatipathi-7 ) were legally reasoned (yuvatipathi-7 uttama-Surya-yuti-Chandra) in a uniquely flamboyant (Rahu) fashion.
- Marx was a good student of philosophy. dharmesha-9 Zukra + Budha (education karaka) in bhava-4 schooling. vidyapathi-5 Budha in 4 = creative intelligence located in the
bhava of folkways, ethnic roots, ancient customs and cultural norms.
- He was well-educated in the rigorously conceptual but psycho-emotionally transcendent"roots " Hegelian political-philosophical scholarship of his day. (think zeitgeist). He knew the roots of his philosophical homeland very well and deployed the native logic with intellectual grace.
- confusion and apathy regarding religion"Religion is the Opiate of the People"
- both of Marx's parent were born Jewish but converted to the German state religion, Lutheranism, as adults. He father converted for career reasons before Karl was born, and his mother converted as soon as her parents died.
- His paternal grandfather had been the Rabbi of Trier.
- dharmesha-9 Zukra = shad-ashtaka 6-8 fromswakshetra-Thula-9
- Budha is a mixed experience for the Kumbha lagna. As vidyapathi-5 Budha can provide creative genius but as randhresha-8 Budha represents the emergency and upheaval forced and sudden changes of bhava-8.
- Thus Budha in 4 (property) for Marx is both a brilliant articulator of roots (Hegelian) logic in a highly academic (4, with dharmesha-9 Zukra) context and a super-disruptive randhresha-8 agent of revolution as well.
Guru = dhanapati-2+Vriddhipathi-11 = very favorable for wealth and friends
- The volume of his output pales in comparison with that of his comrade Engels, who was even a greater writer and a greater translator (Guru in 11, friends).
- swakshetra Vriddhipathi-11 Guru in labha bhava = a networked, regulated system philosophical (Dhanushya) viewpoint and extensive teaching on marketplace behaviors, within the context of history .
- Marx enjoys the dhana yoga of Vriddhipathi-11 swakshetra Guru = dhanapati-2. He was from a bourgeois family as was his wife. He usually had enough
mani-money to support his family while he was writing his long, extensively argued books. However on those occasions when he appeared to be short of funds, his network of supportive friends (11) always provided economic support.
- strong Guru drishti upon putra bhava provides seven children, but Mangala (lord of 6th from 5th) assures that only three of those children will survive the epidemics (6) of the day and live into adulthood. As dhanapati-2 Guru who gives progeny is also a maraka graha (although the primary maraka for Kumbha lagna is always Surya)
Conditions of Death = randhra bhava = Kanya
Marx's income, financial position, inherited cintamani *
mani * money, spending patterns:
Karl Marx never held any job except as a writer.
He enjoyed a substantial inheritance from his deceased parents = dharmesha-9 fortune = Zukra-4 wealth from parents
- which however he spent completely within a five years = Shani in 12th from 2nd = dissolution of financial accounts (2) via necessities, science, Shani
- his lifestyle could never be called posh but at the same time he was able to support his large family = Zukra-4 nice home + Budha vidyapathi-5 in 4 general bhagya good luck in the home
his wife received a series of gifts and legacies
- the largest sum from her own mother = 7th Simha [wife] + 4 Vrizchika [mother-parents] + 2 Dhanushya [wealth]
- Marx's gain of income 11 from his wife's mother's estate
He received gifts throughout life from
friends who wanted him to continue to write.
- Swakshetra Guru in 11,
financially privileged, and philosophically motivated friends.
- Guru =dhanapati-2 +
9th-from-Chandra . Much of Marx's operating cash to support a household of seven children with servants and a fashionable wife was provided given to him by friends and supporters who believed in his mission (11).