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T.S. Eliot

a.k.a. Thomas Stearns Eliot

fleshbirth 26-Sept-1888 * fleshdeath 04-Jan-1965

Nobel Prize for Literature, 1948

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"Wasteland" poet, publisher * 1888-1965 * Thomas Stearns Eliot

birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T_S_Eliot * tentatively rectified by BP Lama (BT from father's letter)

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

Chitra

MALES

  • Shil-Ponde.(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 84

BPL commentary: For Chitra natives, the condition of Mangala considerably affects the outcome

" Chitra natives are quiet, thoughtful, and profound.

Very slow in movement and of great dignity in bearing and manner.

they like to read books on serious and philosophical subjects .

they make good students in their youth.

they are also extremely clever with their hands,

  • which are strong, supple, and dexterous.

they like to do things or fashion things with their hands

  • and could be sculptors or artists or surgeons."

Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha timeline

Waste Land 1888-1965 publisher T.S. Eliot


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Distinctive features of the nativity

Waste Land 1888-1965 publisher T.S. Eliot

Surya


Chandra


Mangala


Budha


Guru


Zukra


Shani


Rahu-Ketu


Career Assessment: Story Writing and Publishing
  • Rahu-11 + atmakaraka Shani = gains of prizes and awards (yet in D-9, Shani-yuti-Ketu reveals that TS-Eliot is less impressed than the prize-givers with these many prizes)

  • Mangala = bhratrupathi-3 = Manual skills (hand, pen, typewriter, keyboard) Writing It Down, Publishing, Commercial Distribution,

  • Shukra L-2 = Story-Telling, Historical Knowledge, Cultural Lineage Values

  • Guru = bandesha-4 = homeland, patriotism

  • Shani = vidyapathi-5 = Creative Intelligence and Performance Art

Chitra lagna Kanya portion pada-2 * ruled by Mangala = writing philosophically about war

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Honors and Awards * Rahu-11 yuti atmakaraka Shani

Here is the list of TS Eliot's prizes and awards from Wikipedia - ranging from the onset of Budha/Budha period (1949) until after his death.

Rahu is powerful in bhava-11 for self-promotion via awards, achievements, prizes, profits, income, getting of gains and goals * awarded for works accomplished

Rahu-11 gained a remarkable number of distinguished honors and awards, not the least of which was the 1948 Nobel Prize in literature.

Rahu's ruler L-11= uttama-Rohini Chandra L-11

Rohini Chandra for a male signals dissatisfaction with the condition of the mother, no matter her virtues and the mother herself needs attention. Emotionally strong * akarshana * to mate followed by sourness.

Chandra-9 = in11th-from-11th = material fortunate in matters of earnings, gains of material-social goals, awards and prizes for *work already accomplished (not winnings, rather work performed and socially-economically approved)

  • a religious mother (Chandra)

  • as an adult he himself formed a strong attachment to Anglican church culture


Due to strength of both Chandra Vriddhipathi-11 and Rahu-11 Mr. Eliot won a prodigious number of prizes

Budha lagnesha + L-2 Shukra = financially privileged, literate family lineage * kutumbha

uttama-Chandra * mulatrikona

T. S. Eliot, Four Quartets

Section V.

"What we call the beginning is often the end

And to make an end is to make a beginning.

The end is where we start from. And every phrase

And sentence that is right (where every word is at home,

Taking its place to support the others,

The word neither diffident nor ostentatious,

An easy commerce of the old and the new,

The common word exact without vulgarity,

The formal word precise but not pedantic,

The complete consort dancing together)

Every phrase and every sentence is an end and a beginning,

Every poem an epitaph. And any action

Is a step to the block, to the fire, down the sea's throat

Or to an illegible stone: and that is where we start.

We die with the dying:

See, they depart, and we go with them.

We are born with the dead:

See, they return, and bring us with them.

The moment of the rose and the moment of the yew-tree

Are of equal duration. A people without history

Is not redeemed from time, for history is a pattern

of timeless moments. So, while the light fails

On a winter's afternoon, in a secluded chapel

History is now and England.

With the drawing of this Love and the voice of this Calling

We shall not cease from exploration

And the end of all our exploring

Will be to arrive where we started

And know the place for the first time.

Through the unknown, remembered gate

When the last of earth left to discover

Is that which was the beginning;

At the source of the longest river

The voice of the hidden waterfall

And the children in the apple­tree

Not known, because not looked for

But heard, half­heard, in the stillness

Between two waves of the sea.

Quick now, here, now, always-

A condition of complete simplicity

(Costing not less than everything)

And all shall be well and

All manner of thing shall be well

When the tongues of flame are in­folded

Into the crowned knot of fire

And the fire and the rose are one."

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