Alice A. Bailey biography: http://www.esotericstudies.net/AABbio.html
possible reincarnation of
born six months after
a.k.a. Alice LaTrobe-Bateman
20th century Western Esoteric Writer
Lightbody Descent into Fleshbody (birth) Wednesday-16-June-1880
fleshdeath 15-Dec-1949 (age 69)
Alice Bailey Bibliography from Wikipedia
theosophical esoteric writer * 1880-1949 *Alice Ann Bailey
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Bailey * tentatively adjusted by BP Lama
charts, graphs, and tables produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama
Azwini * Dasra
For Azvini nativities, the the condition of limitless, observing, uncoupling, surrendering, wandering, dispersing Ketu may considerably affect the outcome.
Spirit guides, astral beings, awareness of impermanence, freedom from conventions, and inner listening may be especially influential.
Instructional guidance from the civilizations of Mezarthim.
QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 91
"... she will possess a modest, clean, wholesome, and admirable character.
She will have an inherent respect and admiration for older people,
but she will be independent of them
She will have a very good figure
A capable and self-sufficient person."
Biographical details matched with Vimshottari dasha periods
Surya Mahadasha * age birth until 2.3
16-June-1880 Lightbody Descent into Fleshbody (birth) * Surya-Shani period
Chandra Mahadasha * age 2.3 until 12.3
1886 (age 6) decease of Mother (mother's age 29, of tuberculosis)* Chandra-Guru period * Guru rules 7th-from-Chandra
1888 (age 8) decease of Father while he was away at sea * Chandra-Shani period * Shani rules 2nd-from-9th
Mangala Mahadasha * age 12.3 until 19.3
Rahu Mahadasha * age 19.3 until 37.3
1904 nervous breakdown * Rahu-Guru period * Guru rules 12, retreat withdrawal sanctuary
1908 child-1 * Rahu-Budha period * Budha rules Chandra
1915-16 era of material poverty and psychological stress forces identity transformation. * Rahu-Chandra period (Chandra rules Azlesa-Kuja-4 home) and Rahu-Mangala period * Rahu rules transformation-8
Guru Mahadasha * age 37.3 until 53.3
Shani Mahadasha * age 53.3 until age 69
15-Dec-1949 Lightbody Lift-off (age 69) * Shani-Rahu period
Distinctive features of the nativity
MARRIAGE emotional partnership expectations
Budha rules professional writings: Budha-Ketu-Surya-3 cluster in 10th-from-Chandra
Mrs. Bailey wrote, channeled or dictated 24 books. She operated a successful independent publishing business, answered mountains of letters, and conducted a popular correspondence course for decades, remaining constantly busy until her death.
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
income-producing Vriddhipathi-11 nichha Shani-1 indicates a very hard worker under circumstances of material scarcity or time scarcity. A sense of scarce resources is never far from this awareness.
nichha-Shani- rules 10-11 and also Shani occupies 8th-from-Chandra. After a theological split with her only surviving family member (her younger sister) Mrs. Bailey was never able to reconcile. The younger sister became a surgeon= 3rd-from-Chandra = Vrizchika surgery. 8th-from-Chandra forces emotional rebirth and transformation so that one may become unrecognizable to those who have not yet transformed.
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka
Distant relationship to father: ruler of 9 located in 12 (long journeys away) as well as Surya-yuti-Ketu .
professional writings: Budha-Ketu-Surya in 10th-from-Chandra
Candescent Chandra in bhava-6 typically suffers a pattern repeating rhythms of ailments and discomforts. The native's health condition is often due to emotional exhaustion from overwork in servitude to matters of the bhava which is Karkata. In Mrs. Bailey's case, Karkata is bhava-4 suggesting that her emotional exhaustion was traceable to her habit of taking care of people in places of settlement, especially in schools and homes, where she was emotionally engaged by the need to provide shelter and protection, parenting and transport. Much exacerbated by her nichha-Mangala-4.
3rd-from-Chandra = bhava-8 Vrischika, suggesting an orientation toward writing about occult topics, and belongs to small groups with occult interests. Emotional control issues with those groups due to nichha-Mangala randhresha-8.
Ketu-3 indicates some drifting away from siblings and cooperators in general. Her only sibling, a younger sister, was a surgeon as indicated via Vrischika-8. However due to a theological dispute, the two sisters did not communicate as adults. Ruler of 3rd-from-Chandra = nichha-Mangala-4 suggests ongoing disputes in the childhood home, and Kuja rules bhava-8 younger sibling forced evolution
Guru-12-Meena drishti to Chandra-6 while Guru rules 10th-from-Chandra and Guru rules 10th navamsha
Husband-1Meena-Guru in 7th-from-Chandra indicates a husband in the religion business : a priest, a bishop, a university professor, or perhaps a humanistic global personality
Guru-12 spiritual guidance, sanctuary, ancestor bridge : In whichever bhava Brihaspati is located, that bhava becomes the site of spiritual development, inclusiveness, compassion, and wisdom.
Mrs. Bailey's first husband was considered a brilliant theological student but he was also a rage-aholic and a violent abuser. Strong dhava-karaka Guru in 7th-from-Chandra apparently produced karako-bhavo-nashto.
second marriage pleasures, wealth, harmony
Rahu drishti to 1-3-5 = personality-publications-unique intelligence
professional writings: Budha-Ketu-Surya in 10th-from-Chandra
operated an esoteric-instructional (Ketu) correspondence course, publishing company, and international itinerary speaking engagements for the past 30 years of life
chidra-karaka Ketu-3 is a natural severance-agent which cuts the cord between oneself and siblings, teammates, co-workers, neighbors, or entourage, ensemble performers, collaborators.
chidra-karaka Ketu-3 yuti Surya is a natural severance-agent which cuts the cord between oneself and the father-figures
chidra-karaka Ketu-3 is a natural severance-agent which cuts the cord between oneself and the conversation partners, the scribes, the students, the young people, or the publishers.
7th-from Chandra-6 = bhava-12 Meena-Guru * priestly mate from a distant world
In rank-and-status-obsessed Edwardian Britain at the turn of the 20th century, Telepathy 1880-1949 Alice Bailey was a socially and financially privileged young adult. Her missionary zeal had brought her to the YMCA organization in British India. Her job was to preach a rigidly moralistic form of Protestant Christianity to British soldiers stationed there (her nichha-Shani-1, rigid public moralism, strict walls).
In 1907, one of those soldiers had impressed her with his piously religious character, and she decided to marry him. Within the British social pyramid, the caste of her chosen mate lay far below her own caste, at a distance which caused her mate to appear invisible (12) to her own people. The mate's lack of recognizable social identity (invisible, 12) created a major obstacle to Alice's desired union. But sympathetic arrangements were made by an aunt (Zukra-2 aunt, women of the family). This low-status fellow was sent to an American seminary to be educated as an Anglican priest, so that the status upgrade granted by priestly insignia could make him marriageable.
The first husband, an ordained Episcopal priest, was assigned to a series of rural California parishes. As an always-on-call clergyman's wife (her Chandra-Kanya-6, ministry of service) Alice performed as Bible-teacher with a uniquely accurate capacity for scriptural exegesis which won her many admirers. But notably, her husband was angered by her teaching (her own nichha-Mangala-4 domestic violence, and Chandra-Kanya servitude, accepting expansive drishti from Guru-12). By this husband-1, she bore three children in rapid succession (Guru), and lived in a state of material modesty, relieved slightly by payments from her own small trust allowance (her own Zukra-Vrishabha-2 treasures of the family-of-origin).
Expansive Guru-12 drishti to nichha-Mangala-4 PLUS bandesha-4 chandra-6
The first husband began to exhibit mental illness, and he beat her with increasing violence. After several years of torture beatings by this man (who simultaneously served as a respected priest and sermon-writer) Alice obtained a divorce with approval from the Anglican bishop, who had watched their domestic violence nightmare unfold.
Her husband the clergyman then "disappeared" (12) completely abandoning the family. As a desaparacido, he sent no funds despite court-ordered and Bishop-mandated child support. At the same time gochara Shani entered Mithunaya-3 2nd-from-2nd during world-war-1, and her overseas trust payments stopped. As a result, this high-caste British heiress entered a phase of extreme austerity and survival mentality (Shani contacting Ketu-Budha-Surya-3). The single mother of three dependent daughters, she went to work in a sardine-canning factory (3) where she was slowly, grudgingly accepted by co-workers (3) due to her quick hands (Budha-Mithunaya-3) and her staunch work ethic (Shani).
Second Marriage 2nd-from-Chandra-6 = Thula-7
After Alice had completed the very demanding phase as an impoverished single mother, and had raised her children mainly alone, the Guru Mahadasha began. Almost instantly she became involved in her life's work -- and most of the players who would dominate the second phase of her life drama were revealed. Guru rules
Guru Mahadasha * age 37.3 until 53.3
Guru mahadasha changed her spiritual orientation dramatically. As Mrs. Bailey wrote autobiographically http://www.esotericstudies.net/AABbio.html by midlife, "a rabid, orthodox Christian worker [had] become a well-known occult teacher."
Brihaspati is nothing if not abundant. According to Wikipedia, after age 35, Mrs. Alice Bateman Evans Bailey produced 24 published books on ancient wisdom, philosophy, religion, contemporary events, science, psychology, nationality, astrology, and healing."
Typically when ruler of 7 occupies 2, the more satisfying and significant marriage is indeed the second one.
Alice Bateman Evans' second marriage to an attorney and financial investor. American occult spiritual teacher, writer, and publisher, offered a significantly improved alliance. The second husband Foster Bailey was also a doctrinal-theoretical agent, but he was not a proponent of conventional dogma. Furthermore he was possessed of material assets and values which more closely matched her family of origin (Zukra-2).
Governing material expression of marriage and family lines, yuvatipathi and dhanapathi-values-treasuries Zukra-Vrishabha-2 resides in the philosophical 9th-from-Chandra. They were both workaholics. They bonded during a dramatic political struggle within their belief-based organization (Rahu-9). They served as clear, values-based voices (2) of clairsentient wisdom who helped to establish the esoteric cosmology of what would later be called The New Age.. Most importantly, she was happy in the union and was treated respectfully by her second spouse.
Das commentary re: Ketu in Bhava-3
For Mrs. Bailey, Ketu rules the Azvini radical lagna * Ketu-Mithunaya
" ... enables you to conquer your enemies, become quarrelsome, and gain wealth.
Ketu can give much affluence, but it will not lend peace of mind.
Gets prosperity, shows smartness. Loss of friends.
Anxiety due to fear, misunderstanding and worry.
Disputes with enemies; separation of brothers; indifferent .
Adulterous with partners who are not really your friends.
Patient, brave and generous "
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