Careers in Writing and Publishing
see also 3rd from Budha
|~~ A Room of One's Own 1882-1941 Virginia Woolf||"Writing is like sex. First you do it for love, then you do it for your friends, and then you do it for money."|
Successful writers should have strength in these Jyotisha amza:
bhava-3 = propaganda, publications, packaging-sales and advertising of the text, slogans, jingles, hooks, craft of writing, mental prowess, conversational style, instruction, explanation, description, diagramming, technical detail in narrative sequencing, courage of expression, manual skills, writing tool manipulation
bhava-5 = creativity, authorship, celebrity, entitlement, genius, unique personal viewpoint, centrality and confidence of the divinely inspired narrative, self-promotion, charisma, ability to attract and hold attention, political and literary glamour, kingdom
bhava-7 = 3rd-from-5th and 5th-from-3rd. If Karakamsha = yuvatisthana, occupied by auspicious graha, while 3 and 5 are also well-disposed, the writing career may be predicted to become exceptionally successful.
bhava-9 = 5th-from-5th, creativity and confidence in the divine source of wisdom, philosophical discourse, patriarchal entitlements, preaching, doctrine, dogma, sacred liturgies and scriptures, wizardry, wisdom
bhava-1 0 public reputation, leadership; dignity, respect
|Budha is the karaka for writing, signaling, gesture, transaction, message, evangelism, media-communication, instruction, description, explanation, diagram, meetings, groupwork, collaboration, cohort||Budha = articulation, planning, plot, descriptions, story-telling, organizing information, collaboration|
Esoteric, mystery, or 'tantric' writers need:
association with bhava-8 mysteries-secrets and bhava-12 spirit-guides
University - philosophy writers need:
association with bhava-9 university-doctrine-temple
Autobiographical writers need:
association with bhava-1 personality-identity, such as bhratrupathi-3 in lagna
|Policy and governance document writers need:||
influence of a strong Shani in 3 or 5
|bhratrupathi-3 strong in public-visibility bhava-10|| |
public iconic symbolic status as a writer, announcer, reporter, explainer, instructor, communicator
karmesha-10 Mesha-Mangala in 3
de Mundi Systemate 1643-1727 Isaac Newton
|Profit from writings = Vriddhipathi-11 in 3|| |
Silly Love Songs 1942- Beatle Paul McCartney * plebian Shani- Vrishabha-11 (songs) yuti Budha-11 fanclub, community. He writes in a highly simplified vocabulary with simple repeating melodies that everyone can understand, even early-stage learners of English. Virtually every song written by Mr. McCartney became popular and profitable (11). He also earned from musical touring with an entourage, ensemble (Budha bands, cohort).
A compelling and exciting message = evangelist
Rahu in bhava-5 * 3rd-from-3rd
| Budha in bhava-3
Budha in the emotionally motivated communicative cohort instructive descriptive team-working administrative managerial announcing publishing reporting explanatory conversational lyrical messaging 3rd-from-Chandra
Budha in 3rd-from-Chandra
|Rahu in bhava-1|
Rahu in bhava-5 * 3rd-from-3rd * Literary celebrity
"Da Vinci Code" novelist Dan Brown + Zukra + Surya-yuti-Budha
14th Dalai Lama 1935- Policy of Kindness Tenzing Gyatso
Sound and Fury 1897-1962 William Faulkner
|Rahu in bhava-9||
Ideologues, preachers of an exotic doctrine, fascinating philosophies
vidyapathi-5 in 5
|bhratrupathi-3 yuti Vidyapthi-5||
Flowers of Evil 1821-1867 poet Charles Baudelaire
|vidyapathi-5 in bhava-3|| |
My Inventions 1856-1943 Nikola Tesla * Surya
Telepathy 1880-1949 Alice Bailey wrote hundreds of pages of psychically channeled instruction and thousands of letters to correspondents * Surya-3 rules5 Surya-yuti-Budha-yuti-Ketu-Mithunaya-3.
|bhratrupathi-3 drishti enters 3, and graha in 3|
|bhratrupathi-3 in 5th-from-3 yuvati-classroom-2|
Rahu in bhava-1 + L-3
Rahu-1 generally signifies a radiantly self-important person who uses the power of individuality to promote their access to privilege.
Some writers become celebrated personalities due to their iconic role within a generation, or ability to personally symbolize a social movement or an idea
|Karakamsha = bhava-3 or bhava-5|| karakamsha = Bhava-3|
karakamsha = Bhava-5 = 3rd-from-3rd * influential published writers, often with a political or entertainment agenda
these nakshatra-lagna are matched with with writing and literary publishing
Azvini Dastra * Professor Ketu prefers topics of innovation without regard for previous limitations or assumptions. Often contribute studies in mathematics and cosmic philosophy.
Bharani Yamuna * a classroom of Professor Bright Bhrigu * Venus * Bharani is interested in financial topics, and this expertise can produce literary regarding treasury and banking. Also splendid songwriters Zukra = music
Krittika Agneya Pleiades * Surya specializes in brilliant personalities, political confidence, bright light, self-directed certainty, choices. When Krittika becomes a writer, the topic is typically political.
Rohini * Brahmi * Writers are focused on ornament, decoration, attracting emotional attention
Mrigasirasa * Mriga are famed for their Mangala-sharp critiques, specializing in incisive descriptions of competition, quest for championship, rivalry, schism
Arudra * Rudira * Arudra writers specialize in evocation of the inner wildness, narrative of stormy passions, instinctive desires
Punarvasu * Brihaspati wide-scope expansive and inclusive imagination, verse, inspirational
Pushya Shani-ruled Pushya prefer to write about lawful governance, legal interpretations, applied social policy, protective institutional structures
Azlesaa * Budha-directed detailed descriptions of controversial topics including extortion, involuntary embrace, psychological and physical restraint, manipulative conversations. Budha-ruled Azlesa are often commercially successful writers.
Magha * Makha * Pitri * Magha writers specialize in topics of the three fires, impermanence of material form, and elite priesthood. They may amuse themselves with a bit of spiritual drama.
Purvaphalguni * Zukra produces gifted song-writers, musical theatre scripters, beauty topics, hair, eyes, voice, teeth, costume-design, self-dramatization * also political topics depending upon position of Zukra.
Uttara-phalguni * Aryamna * If Uttaraphalguni is able to schedule some writing time away from their creative performance agenda, the topic is normally About Me and My Dramatic Personality. Surya ruled Aryanma writers tend to specialize in autobiographical, politicized literature.
Hasta * folksways rhythmic Chandra tells the ancient tales, repeats environmental themes. Hasta writes about gardening, home-keeping, the house and everything in it, defense of the ethnic customs, schoolteaching, parenting, caretaking, and handcraft
Chitra * Chitra writers express Mangala-pursuit descriptions of a large architectonic schemes, battle plans, artistic design, creation of worlds
Swatika * Vayu Arcturus * Swatik writers are Rahu-focused on gender-culture mixing to promote social justice interpersonal equity, and fair dealing. Although they promote certain boundary disruptions (Rahu) Swatika's goal is fairness. They usually promote significant adjustments to the existing contract system not revolutionary change.
Visaka * Bishaja * Radha * Visaka writers tend to specialize in Guru-oriented inspirational, inclusive,philosophical, large-scale insights which may contain striking, electrocuting details of execution that are shocking or revelatory in nature. Visaka figures may guide their societies through times of calamitous transition toward more equitable conditions. Considerable carnage in the process, whether physical, emotional, or psychic..
Anuradha * Maitra * Anuradha writers tend to specialize in pragmatic topics of damage control, triage, institutional safety protocol, insurance industry, emergency regulatory systems
Jyeztha * Budha-rules Jyestha reveals secrets, discovers truths, and explains mysteries Jyeztha are natural writers who often specialize in crime investigations, or penetrating insights into relationship dynamics.
Purva-azadha * Apah * Purva-azadha writers can specialize in musical and theatrical writing. They also enjoy philosophical and inspirational topics, especially focused on relationships and women.
Uttara-azadha * Vaizva * when Uttarazadha take the time to write, the material is typically channeled from esoteric sources. The content may be prophetic, spiritualualized, or extraterrestrial in nature.
Shravana * Hari * The Listeners * Sravana prefers Chandra-oriented topics such as protection of a Way of Life, foundational settlement behaviors such as housing, farming and fishing, defense of boundaries, and basic education.
Dhaniztha-Vasu * it is relatively rare for Dhaniztha native to stop Jousting and Challenging for long enough to write their ideas. If a book appears with their name as the author, it has likely been ghost-written and directed to the popular audience whose discernment of facts may be less important. The topic is normally Myself and My Conquests.
Purvabhadrapada * Generous Guru is concerned to expand the philosophical, doctrinal or theoretical viewpoint. Usually writes on topics of broad scope, tending toward social scientific perspective (including political science), large-scale social criticism, studies of large-group human social behavior
Shata-taraka * Rahu-Shani co-rulers are usually concerned with breaking taboo in systems-science. Usually scientific, theoretical writers with a tendency to challenge conventional paradigms.
Revatika * Budha-ruled descriptions of the world of imagination, the interplay of light and dark, the bridge between fleshdeath and Earthbody-Entry , insight and private spiritual guidance. Often musical writers.
bhratrupathi-3 in radical lagna
Reports and Announcements
Interpersonal Literary Correspondence
Literary Writing: Science, Philosophy, History, Fiction, Autobiography
|L-3 resides in bhava-3 = messaging, media, reports, announcements, description, instruction, explanation, presentation|| |
swakshetra Surya in bhava-3
swakshetra Chandra in bhava-3
swakshetra Budha in bhava-3
swakshetra Mangala in bhava-3
swakshetra Guru in bhava-3 * many announcements, multiple reports, much advertising
swakshetra Zukra in bhava-3 * beautiful photographs and advertising, pleasant meetings, announcements and reports concerning wealth, media-messages which express balance and agreement
swakshetra Shani in bhava-3
Shani-Kumbha + Surya-yuti-Zukra = 3rd from Chandra:
| bhratrupathi-3 in bhava-9 = drishti upon bhava-3 |
philosophy, theory , cosmology, global perspective, university culture, scared texts, doctrine, priest-cult
|dharmesha-9 in bhava-3||Sherlock Holmes 1859-1930 occultist Arthur Conan Doyle * Chandra-3 parivartamsha Shani-9|
| bhratrupathi-3 in bhava-10 = shad-ashtaka 6-8 angle |
public visibility = reputation of one's writings is high and well-known; often a writer in the public service
Writing and publishing may be problematic even whilst prolific.
One may be seen by the public as an important writer or a national-scale communicator, despite the possibility that being a writer may not in one's own view be a life priority.
Israel-PM 1898-1978 Our Strength Golda Meir * "This is Our Strength"
Way to Wealth 1706-1790 Benjamin Franklin * Zukra
vikramapathi-3 occupies genius-author-creative-performing-political
3rd-from-3rd bhava-5 |
bhratrupathi-3 = Surya in bhava-5 * swabhava *
bhratrupathi-3 = Chandra in bhava-5
bhratrupathi-3 = Mangala in bhava-5
bhratrupathi-3 = Budha in bhava-5 * splendid for writers
bhratrupathi-3 = Guru in bhava-5
bhratrupathi-3 = Zukra in bhava-5
bhratrupathi-3 = Shani in bhava-5
|Budha in lagna or Budha lagnesha yuti ruler-of-3|| |
POTUS-35 Profiles in Courage 1917-1963 John F. Kennedy + Kuja
Savitri 1872-1950 Shri Aurobindo + Surya-yuti-Zukra
Principia Mathematica 1872-1970 Bertrand Russell + Zukra
A New Earth 1948- philosopher Eckhart Tolle
Faust 1749-1832 polymath Johann Wolfgang von Goethe + Surya * polymath, politician, litterateur
Twilight of the Idols 1844-1900 Friedrich Nietzsche
rockabilly pianist Jerry Lee Lewis
Dittoheads 1951- radio polemic Rush Limbaugh + Surya
lagnesha in bhava-3
El Castilo Interior 1515-1582 St. Teresa de Avila * lagnesha Chandra-3. Her books are spiritual classics, still in print 450 years after she wrote them in the mid-1500's. Themes of Mother-and-Child, devotion to the sacred Child, adoration of the holy Mother.
War and Peace 1828-1910 Leo Tolstoy *(Budha(
Theory of Relativity 1879-1955 Physics Albert Einstein * Shani
Publishers and printers
|lagnesha yuti Budha||
Harry Potter 1965- magical-fiction J.K. Rowling lagnesha Budha
Savitri 1872-1950 Shri Aurobindo * Surya-yuti-Budha
|vikramapathi-3 yuti Budha||POTUS-29 Teapot Dome Warren G. Harding * newspaperman * Surya-yuti-Budha-yuti-Mangala yuti uttama-Shani|
strong graha in 3rd-from-Budha
SoAfrica-Pres 1918-2013 Long Walk to Freedom Nelson Mandela * Mangala-1 in 3rd-from-Budha
Twilight of the Idols 1844-1900 Friedrich Nietzsche = Anuradha
Duino Elegies 1875-1926 Rainer Maria Rilke = Vasu-Dhaniztha Chandra + Shani
Heartbreak Hotel 1935-1977 Elvis Presley * Zatataraka Chandra + Shani
14th Dalai Lama 1935- Policy of Kindness Tenzing Gyatso = Chandra + Zukra
Kahala parivartamsha yoga = ruler of 3 exchange with ruler of 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, or 11.
If the Kahala parivartamsha yoga involves BUDHA ruler-of-3 or Budha ruler of 5 it is a strong support for writing-publishing.
Exchange with BUDHA and BUDHA is ruler of bhava-3 writing, publishing, declarations, instructions, announcements
Exchange with BUDHA and BUDHA is ruler of bhava-9
EXCHANGE of Budha with a ruler of bhava-3 = also a substantial support for writing, publishing, and message-media success
Dainya parivartamsha yoga involving Budha * and the rulers of 6-8-12 partner in the exchange. Supports writing, communication, argumentation of a critical, analytical and accusatory (6) confidential (8) or imaginative (12) nature.
Maha parivartamsha yoga involving Budha * and the rulers of 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, or 11 partner in the exchange, Supports writing, reporting, message-delivery while enhancing the identity (1) treasury (2) lands and properties (4) political charisma (5) contractual trusts (7) paradigm of belief (9) public respect (10) or economic gains (11)
autobiography; esoteric and spiritual topics sermons polemic
esoteric and spiritual topics
Autobiography of a Yogi 1893-1952 Swami Yogananda * spiritual autobiography
Holy Science 1855-1936 Shri Yukteswara Giri * time cycles, esoteric topics
Raja Yoga 1863-1902 Swami Vivekananda * spiritual autobiography
Swami Shri Ramakrishna
Christian Science 1821-1910 Mary Baker Eddy
Le Petite Voie 1873-1897 St. Therese von Lisieux * spiritual autobiography, inspirational devotions
Opus Dei 1902-1975 St. Jose Maria Escriva * spiritual autobiography, inspirational devotions
14th Dalai Lama 1935- Policy of Kindness Tenzing Gyatso Gyatso
Pope-266 Francis 1936- Jorge Bergoglio
Savitri 1872-1950 Shri Aurobindo Ghose
The Mirror 1895-1986 theosophy Jiddu Krishnamurti
A New Earth 1948- philosopher Eckhart Tolle
autobiography, mystical reflections Thomas Merton
Catholic Social Worker movement Dorothy Day
Walden 1817-1862 abolition Henry David Thoreau * natural philosopher, anti-slavery campaigner
Way of Zen 1915-1973 radio philosopher Alan Watts Taoist-Anglican priest
Way to Wealth 1706-1790 Benjamin Franklin * author, publisher, USA Declaration of Independence, autobiography, policy documents
Gospel of Wealth 1835-1919 Andrew Carnegie
My Inventions 1856-1943 Nikola Tesla * explanatory writer, experimental engineering physicist
Germany-dictator 1889-1945 Nazi Adolf Hitler* political autobiography Mein Kampf (My Fight)
POTUS-03 Declaration of Independence 1743-1826 Thomas Jefferson * contributing writer to most of the foundational USA documents
SoAfrica-Pres 1918-2013 Long Walk to Freedom Nelson Mandela
POTUS-44 Audacity of Hope 1961- Barack H. Obama * Dreams of My Father
POTUS-pair-42 + USA Secy State 1947- Hillary Clinton Secy State 2009-2013, USA Sen-NY * It Takes a Village
India-PM 1889-1964 Toward Freedom Jawaharlal Nehru
Super Brain 1946- Dr. Deepak Chopra
essayist, lexicographer Samuel Johnson
mystical tales writer, Alexandra David-Neel
Secret Doctrine 1831-1891 Theosophy Helena Blavatsky * clairaudient
Violet Flame 1939-2009 Elizabeth Clare Prophet
Telepathy 1880-1949 Alice Bailey * Esoteric Healing
Out on a Limb 1934- drama-author Shirley MacLaine * autobiography, metaphysical narratives
On Golden Pond 1937- drama-commerce Jane Fonda * autobiographies, media producer
Cleopatra 1932-2011 AIDS activist Elizabeth Taylor
POTUS-pair-38 addictions clinic Betty Bloomer Ford * three autobiographies
Dittoheads 1951- radio polemic Rush Limbaugh
USA Civil Rights 1929-1968 Rev. Martin Luther King * sermons
Ms. Magazine 1934- women's rights Gloria Steinem
God's Dream 1931- Anglican Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu * sermons
Archbishop of Canterbury 1950- Rowan Williams * sermons, poetry, philosophy, theology, academic critiques
Literary Narrative, Fiction, Drama,
Systematic Analyses Research and Instructional Writing:
cookbooks, entertaining, television scripts
|Entertaining 1941- multimedia Martha Kostyra Stewart
Photographer 1941-1998 vegetarian activist
Photographer 1941-1998 vegetarian activistLinda Eastman McCartney
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