Mary Baker Eddy's elder brother was the law-partner of
Founder of the Church of Christ, Scientist
a.k.a. Mary Baker Glover
a.k.a. Mary Patterson
a.k.a. Mary Baker Glover Eddy
a.k.a. Mary Baker G. Eddy
Earthbody-Exit 03-Dec-1910 (age 89)
online version of the central CS text, Science and Health
Founder of Christian Science Healing * 1821-1910 * Mary Baker Eddy
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Baker_Eddy * tentatively rectified by BP Lama
charts, graphs and tables produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama
Magha * Pitriya
For Magha feminine nativities, the condition of limitless, observing, uncoupling, surrendering, wandering, dispersing Ketu may considerably affect the outcome.
Spirit guides, astral beings, pilgrims, ghosts, wanderers, observers, witnesses, awareness of impermanence, freedom from conventions, disregard for consequences, and inner listening may be especially influential.
Guided by the patrons of Regulus
Magha ladies often have a cause for which they are willing to sacrifice their own interests. Often there is some acute severance or separation which may be repaired after a long time. Fervently spiritual yet often unconventional in their behavior, Makha ladies can be socially eccentric due to their special combination of Ketu's witness perspective with Surya's absolute certainty of purpose.
Intensely romantic, disregarding of political consequences, and dramatic in their devotion to the ideal, the feminine Agha are typically independent actors and capable of living separately if circumstances demand it. She is often the only woman in a patriarchal (pitri) environment. Her qualities of detachment and her uniquely authentic intelligence may provoke criticism from more pedestrian judges.
Much depends on the characteristics of Ketu in the nativity.
Themes of separation, disconnection, abandonment, alienation, escape, wandering, annihilation, surrender, and liberation may contextualize Agha's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Magha
QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939).Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 94
"A frank and courageous nature
Unfortunately these attributes seem to engender envy on the part of those less fortunately bequeathed.
As a result, this person is subject to barbs of gossip
this in spite of the fact that hers is essentially an honorable and virtuous character
She is particularly loyal to her family
As a result of his, her actions are often misconstrued
Biographical data matched to Vimshottari Dasha periods
Mary Baker Eddy in elder years
Zukra rules swamsha
Chandra Mahadasha * age birth until age 2.9
16-July-1821 * birth as the youngest of six children * Chandra-Budha period
Mangala Mahadasha * age 2.9 until 7.9
Rahu Mahadasha * age 7.9 until 25.9
June-1844 death of husband-1. Mary was widowed after six months of marriage, and when she was 6-mos pregnant with her first child * Rahu-Zukra period * Zukra dhava-maraka rules 2+7 from Guru
12-Sept-1844 * child-1 (Mary's age 23) * Rahu-Zukra period * Zukra rules 5th-from-Chandra * Guru yuti nichha-Shani provides a difficult childbirth ++
1849 lost her child by law, separation lasting 30 years * Rahu-Mangala chidradasha * Mangala in 5th-from-Chandra ++ Mangala rules 12th-from-5ht = separation from the child
Guru Mahadasha * age 25.9 until 41.9
Nov-1849 grieved the decease of mother (Mary's age 28) * Guru-Guru swabhukti * Guru rules 12th-from-Chandra * during Rahu-Ketu return
Feb-1853 death of affianced * Guru-Shani period * Shani rules 2nd-from-5th death of lover
1865 * grieved decease of father * Guru-Rahu chidradasha
Shani Mahadasha * age 41.9 until 60.9
1866 death of her teacher Phineas Quimby and self-declared withdrawal for study * Shani-Shani swabhukti
1873 * divorce-1 from husband-2 on grounds of adultery * Shani-Zukra period
1875 * wrote Science and Health, the core text of Christian Science * Shani-Zukra period * Zukra-12 prayer rules 3-publications
1879 Eddy and 26 followers founded the Church of Christ Scientist * Shani-Rahu period * Rahu-7 covenant
04-Jun-1882 * death of husband-3 (Mary's age 60) * Shani-Guru chidradasha * Guru rules 7th-from-9th-from-Chandra = death of third husband
1882 Eddy established the Massachusetts Medical College in Boston MA * Shani-Guru period * * Shani-yuti-Guru * Shani rules 7= schooling, diploma
Budha Mahadasha * age 60.9 until 77.9
1889 closed the Massachusetts Medical College * Budha Zukra period
Ketu Mahadasha * age 77.9 until age 86.9
later years descent into paranoia
Zukra Mahadasha * age 86.9 until decease age 89
03-Dec-1910 Lightbody Lift-off (age 89) * Zukra-Zukra swabhukti * Zukra gives effect of Budha-rules-2
Distinctive features of the Nativity
Mary Baker Eddy endured a series of early life restrictions and pains including an abusive father [Shani-Meza + Surya-12], widowhood, marital abandonment, kidnapping of her child who was sold to distant farm family. Excruciating illnesses pressured her into bedridden status Chandra-6. These relentless limitations, refusals, and delays shaped a character which initially accepted her low rank in social class structures yet determined to earn (Shani) respect via sacred teachings (9). \\
Christian Science 1821-1910 Mary Baker Eddy * When Mrs. Eddy was very ill and no relatives would taken her child, her father remarried and her stepmother also would not accept the child (Ketu occupies the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra , stepmother) Mary's her four-year-old son was then sold by her father (Surya rules Ketu-5 and Surya occupies 12th-from-5th) without her consent to a childless couple to raise as a working child on their farm.
The sale was legal according to the patriarchal property laws of the day. Taking her son as theirs, the couple moved 1000 miles away. The boy was told that his mother was dead. She did not meet her son again until he was aged 34.
Dad was known as a difficult and disputatious personality.
Surya rules Ketu in classroom-1
Surya located in the dissolving, invisible, imaginative, prayerful vyayabhava.
* retrospectively (and not completely authoritatively) diagnosed with psychotic personality disorder (PPD)
Chanda-6 both mother and self are frequently sick in childhood
MARRIAGE partnership support expectations
Christian Science 1821-1910 Mary Baker Eddy was divorced once and widowed twice during her 89-year lifespan.
Spirituality of Illness
Chandra-6 rules 12-clairsentience interior guidance
As vyayapathi, Chandra-6 opened her clairsentience, and she began to understand the psycho-emotional energy which operates the material fleshbody systems
Mangala rules gainful 11th-from-Chandra = 4
Mangala rules 10th navamsha * physical body, energy
Budha Atma Karaka
For Simha nativities, Budha rules 2 + 11 thus the financial situation of income (11) + savings (2) depends largely on the condition of the Kumara.
Budha rules Bhava-11 elder siblings Mithunaya
Ms. Eddy's cherished elder brother was an attorney. He was the law-partner of POTUS-14 Bleeding Kansas 1804-1869 Franklin Pierce MBE learned a good deal of law from him. Her her use-or-misuse of the lawcourts was controversial due to nichha-Shani-9 rules Rahu-7..
She specialized in the narrative of private prayer (12) responding to illness (Chandra-6). Although herself addicted to morphine (Zukra-12), Mrs. Eddy articulated a process of self-medication via prayer and energy transfer
doctrine, prayer, spiritual guidance
Guru the Multiplier rules 8-transformative healing + 11-earnings, community, social networks
Guru-12 *early proponent of techniques of the spiritualist movement such as seance and psychism She performed trance-channel for earning. Reversed her stance and opposed hypnotism, trance et-cetera. later in life
Zukrarules 3-publication + 10-public profession, career, reputation
Bhava-3 Rahu drishti ++ Shani-Guru drishti into bhava-3 publications, announcements, meetings, writings, cohort
Some of MBE's organizational publications include
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
nichha-Shani's hypocrisy * Shani in Bhava-9 preaching
lifelong addiction to morphine (Zukra-12) while preaching against drugs * Shani rules 6-addictions
For the Simha nativity, Shani produces a mixed effect
Shani rules 7-balance, harmony, contracts, settlements + 6-lawsuits, accusations
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
privilege via economic activity via peer relationships, legal contracts, advisers
MBE was regularly accused of fraud and plagiarism exacerbated via nichha-Shani-9 theory, philosophy. Yet her theological integrity was generally unharmed. Her following grew despite the slander and predominantly attracted a wealthy, economically engaged clientele.
Rahu drishti and Shani drishti afflict bhava-3 frequently accused of both fraud and plagiarism in her literary writings (3), yet her income and her faith community did grow with time.
Rahu-7 drishti to 3, nichha-Shani-9 drishti to 3. For more than 40 years from the time of the Civil War until her death in 1910, Mrs. Eddy was a highly controversial, yet mesmerizing figure. She was a productive writer throughout her middle and later years. Her writings first came to prominence during the difficult years of her mahadasha of Shani-nichha; her spiritualized writings continued due to drishti of Rahu-7 upon 11-1-3
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka
Ketu in classroom-1 dispersed charisma, dissolved identity, psychic personality
Ketu Mahadasha * age 77.9 until age 86.9
MBE was addicted to morphine during the later decades of her long life. She suffered increasing paranoia and hallucinations.
Ketu mulatrikona = Mithunaya 3rd = message, explanation, instruction, demonstration, meetings, media, publication, announcement, report, signal, transaction, teamwork, coordination, conference, confrere, cohort, collaboration
Mary Baker Eddy was widowed in her first marriage, and following the death of her husband-1 she returned to her father's home. Her son was unwanted by her father's second wife. The stepmother is indicated by Ketu-Singha -1residing in Mary's emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra.
The stepmother disliked single-mother widowed Mary and would not tolerate Mary's child in her home. Under the law of the time, Mary's father legally owned both his dependent adult daughter and his daughter's child.
By the father's legal right to dispose of his property, Mary's child was then lawfully taken from Mary and sold by the father into bondage with a farm family who moved a thousand miles away. There was no contact (Ketu emptiness) until Child was Restored to her after 30 years (Shani cycle)
child stolen from her and sold to farmers who then moved far distant, reunited 30 years later
| "And now my friends, |
all that is true, all that is noble,
all that is just and pure,
all that is loveable and gracious,
whatever is excellent and admirable -
fill all your thoughts with these things."
~~ Epistle to the Philippians 4:8
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