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novelist, feminist social philosopher, professor

author of Le Deuxieme Sexe (The Second Sex, 1949)

Simone de Beauvoir

a.k.a. Simone Lucie Ernestine Marie Bertrand de Beauvoir

Earthbody-Entry Thu-09-Jan-1908

Earthbody-Exit 14-Apr-1986 (age 78)

Social philosopher of gender and economics * 1908-1986 * Simone de Beauvoir

birth data from http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simone_de_Beauvoir * tentatively rectified by BP Lama Jyotisha

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

Rising Nakshatra

Feminine Nativities

Jyeztha * Kita


BPL commentary:

For Jyeztha nativities, the condition of conversational, discursive, explanatory, instructional, argumentative Budha may considerably affect the outcome.

Siblings, cousins, schoolmates, bandmates, team-mates, entourage, ensemble, neighbors, managers, collaborators, publishers, messengers, merchants, reporters, writers, scripts, plans, schedules, instructions, radio-television-internet, news-media, conferences, committees, discussions, travel itineraries, and texts may be especially influential.

Guidance from instructors in the civilizations of Antares.

QUOTATION: Shil-Ponde. Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra .p 98


"...independent self-sufficient , capable, dignified, proud.

  • If she is not born in a wealthy or well-to-do family, she will herself become wealthy through her own efforts.

In such case, her family will be dependent on her and she will be recognized as the head of the family .

  • She is careful and canny regarding money matters .

Being proud, she has a tendency to dramatize herself

  • and secretly glories in being the pivot or centre around which her family affairs revolve.

She will, at some time in her life,

  • occupy a very influential position

  • and be greatly respected."

Biographical details matched to Vimshottari dasha timeline


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Simone de Beauvoir, after the war ended

Shani Mahadasha * age birth until 12.6

09-Jan-1908 Earthbody-Entry


Budha Mahadasha * age 12.6 until 29.6

1922 Crisis of Faith while in religious school (age 14) after which she remained a lifelong atheist * Budha-Budha swabhukti * Budha rules Rahu-6 transformation of identity

1925 passed baccalaureate exams * Budha-Zukra period * Zukra rules 7 = 4th-from-4th exam-pass approvals

1929 (age 21) youngest person ever to pass the agregation exam in philosophy, ranked #2 nationally immediately after her classmate Jean-Paul Sartre * Budha-Mangala * Mangala lagnesha personal distinction, and Mangala-yuti-Chandra ruler of 9-university

1929 (age 21) receives and declines an offer of marriage from her classmate Jean-Paul Sartre * Budha-Mangala * Mangala rules 12th-from-7th

1930 (age 23) earns (the equivalent of) masters degree from Sorbonne, thesis on Leibniz * Budha-Rahu-8 * Rahu produces effects of Budha-diploma and Rahu- 8 changes identity by breaking glass-ceilings * deBeauvoir was only the 9th woman to earn a Sorbonne diploma


Ketu Mahadasha * age 29.6 until 36.6

Janma Sade-Sati Meena Feb-1937 until Apr-1939

1940 dismissed from lycee teaching position on moral grounds, by order of military occupation Vichy Regime * Ketu-Rahu period * Rahu-8 sudden identity change (However in response to this shock, she begins writing articles, stories, and essays which will more than compensate for her lost teaching income)

1941 decease of Father Georges Bertrand de Beauvoir during WW-2 * Ketu-Rahu period * Rahu occupies 7th-from-Surya

1943 publishes first novel She Came to Stay which described socially risque themes but was a literary success * Ketu-Budha * Budha publications, Budha rules Rahu-8 risque material


Zukra Mahadasha * age 36.6 until 56.6

1949 (age 42) published the career-defining, internationally influential treatise on women's status Le Deuxieme Sexe (The Second Sex) * Zukra-Chandra period * Chandra rules 9-theory, philosophy * Chandra-parivartamsha uttama-Guru

1954 wins the coveted Prix Goncourt for her description of her peer philosophers, Les Mandarins * Zukra-Rahu period * Rahu produces effects of Budha-11-prizes for work accomplished

1963 (age 55) Lightbody Lift-off of her mother Francoise Brasseur * Zukra-Budha period * Budha rules matri-maraka 7th-from-Chandra


Surya Mahadasha * age 56.6 until 62.6


Chandra Mahadasha * age 62.6 until 72.6


Mangala Mahadasha * age 72.6 until Lightbody Lift-off age 78

1980 Lightbody Lift-off of partner Jean-Paul Sartre * Mangala-Mangala swabhukti * Mangala rules 7th-from-7th

1982 legally adopted as an adult daughter her caretaker, the philosopher Sylvie le Bon* Mangala-Guru period * Guru offspring, Guru rules 5-children

14-Apr-1986 Lightbody Lift-off (age 78) cause: pneumonia * Mangala-Zukra period * Zukra rules maraka-7

Distinctive features of the nativity

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Surya * pitrikaraka * jyotikaraka

  • Surya-Dhanuzya* Aditya * the unsplit, undivided
  • Surya in bhava-2 * center of values, intelligence for storage, conservation, containment, values; focus on treasuries, banking entitlements, bright face-speech-song, eye on capitalization-banking, * father = center of family
  • Surya-yuti-Budha * confidently conversational, bright messenger, entitled to discuss, radiantly descriptive
  • Surya-yuti-Ketu * confidently detached, bright observer, entitled to surrender, radiantly unconcerned

de Beauvoir's father was a legal secretary of wavering means. Surya-yuti-Ketu shows the wavering and Budha-yuti-Surya shows the secretary.


Chandra * matrikaraka * garha-karaka

de Beauvoir's mother was a bourgeois banker's daughter born into comfort, literary culture, and humanistic piety, due to Chandra-Mangala-5 receiving the drishti of uttama-Guru-9 credenda plus the remarkable Guru-Chandra maha-parivartamsha showing a culture of philosophy running through the mother's line.


Kuja * bhratru-karaka * virya-karaka

lagnesha

  • Mangala-Meena * vigorous pursuit of intuition * proactive envisioning * push toward imaginative perception
  • Mangala in bhava-5 * drive toward creativity, pursuit of games, invasive drama, display dynamics, energized by romantic and political conquests
  • Kuja-yuti-Chandra * energized intuition, dynamic nurturance, masculine force joins parental care, potential for aggressive emotionalized actions

Budha * bandhava-karaka * zisya-karaka

  • Budha-Dhanuzya * priestly communications, articulation of sacred beliefs, doctrinal pronouncements, messages about philosophy and worldview
  • Budha in bhava-2 * narrative of speech-song, eyes-face, values, history, stories, storage, describer of family lineage ,explainer of treasuries, delivers instructions for preservation of natural resources
  • Budha-yuti-Surya * articulation of radiant confidence, message of willpower and charisma, talkative father
  • Budha-yuti-Ketu * articulation of surrender and abandonment, message of the observing Witness, talkative spirits

Budha rules Rahu-8


Guru * dhavakaraka * bahuta-karaka

Guru rules Dhanuzya swamsha = doctrine, catechesis, paradigms of belief, philosophy, theory, guru, preaching, pope, proselyte, propagation of the faith


Zukra * svadhu-karaka * kalatra-karaka

  • Zukra-Makara-Draco * appreciation of authoritative status, enjoys social position, pleasures of structure, hierarchical arrangements
  • preserved, linguistic, voiced, historical values , appreciation of assets
  • Zukra-3 * pleasure of explanatory description, gracious messaging, enjoys commercial harmony, aesthetic instructions, feminine-figures (sisters, aunts, neighbors) dominate the cohort, appreciation of communications

Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka

atmakaraka

* Shasaya Yoga

  • Shani-Kumbha * moolatrikona 0-20 deg * old economies, pressured linkage, pressured skin-nerves, imposed connections, proletarian earnings, must earn profits with scarce resources
  • Shani in Bhava-4 * must remain, have to root, defend, shelter; cautious, conventional mother-figures; tense childhood, chronic household scarcity; strict boundaries; heavy pressure against customary ethnic boundaries

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

  • Rahu-Mithunaya *craving for conversation * mask of explanatory, evangelistic messaging; fascinated by evangelism, announcements, declarations, instructions * seeks special importance via commercial transactions, via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) explanations
  • Rahu in bhava-8 * in swabhava of Competitive Kuja, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous or unusual secrets recycling, rebirth, reinvention; desires a special, important, therapeutic role in transformative, hidden, revolutionary, catastrophic identity changes. Remarkable in-laws, inheritance, alimonies. Exciting, opportunistic, ambitious family of the partners. Rahu the Poseur may pose ass a tantric initiator, disaster manager, keeper of dangerous secrets ,identity-changing healer, or holder of secret empowerments.

Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka

  • Ketu-Dhanuzya * dissociates from sacred convictions, incomplete doctrine, empty beliefs, dissolute worldview, not limited by philosophy, disarrayed theory, ignores restriction on paradigms of belief
  • Ketu in classroom-2 * wanders from the preserved values, disperses family-knowledge-treasury collections, absent from lineage history, irrelevance of the mouth, the foods, and the stored goods; disregards conventional boundaries of speech-language
  • Surya-yuti-Ketu * surrendered centrality, empty genius, unsustainable confidence, disconnected father, apathetic intelligence, intellectual disengagement
  • Budha-yuti-Ketu * surrendered articulation, empty talk, unsustainable explanations, disconnected siblings, apathetic evangelism, misunderstanding
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Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir in 1967

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Major writings of Simone de Beauvoir

Liste d'œuvres principales (non exhaustive)

Romans

1943 : L'Invitee

1945 : Le Sang des autres

1946 : Tous les hommes sont mortels

1954 : Les Mandarins

1966 : Les Belles Images

1967 : La Femme rompue

1979 : Quand prime le spirituel


Essais

1944 : Pyrrhus et Cineas, essai

1947 : Pour une morale de l'ambiguite, essai

1949 : Le Deuxieme Sexe, essai philosophique

1955 : Privileges, essai

1957 : La Longue Marche, essai

1970 : La Vieillesse, essai

1972 : Faut-il breler Sade?, essai, reprise de Privileges


Theatre

1945 : Les Bouches inutiles


Recits autobiographiques

1958 : Memoires d'une jeune fille rangee

1960 : La Force de l'�ge

1963 : La Force des choses

1964 : Une mort tr�s douce

1972 : Tout compte fait

1981 : La C�r�monie des adieux suivi de Entretiens avec Jean-Paul Sartre: ao�t - septembre 1974

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