litterateur, publisher owner of Hogarth Press,
"arguably the major lyrical novelist in the English language"
possible bi-polar disorder; suicide by self-drowning in a river (age 59)
literary friend and publisher of poet and fellow editor,
Born 5 days before
a.k.a. Adeline Virginia Stephen
fleshdeath 28-Mar-1941 (age 59)
|"When the Day of Judgment dawns and people, great and small, come marching in to receive their heavenly rewards, the Almighty will gaze upon the mere bookworms and say to Peter," Look, these need no reward. We have nothing to give them. They have loved reading."
~~ A Room of One's Own 1882-1941 Virginia Woolf
novelist, essayist, publisher * lived 1882-1941 * Adeline Virginia Stephen Woolf
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_Woolf * tentatively rectified by BP Lama
charts, graphs and tables produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama
BPL commentary: For Uttaraphalguni natives, the condition of Surya considerably affects the outcome
"A joyous healthy disposition yet quietly so.
She is born to a family with social background
and loves to mingle with her friends in various social activities
She has fixed principles from which she will not deviate.
She prefers to choose her friends
|Biographical Details matched to Vimshottari Dasha
Virginia Woolf in her fifties
Ketu Mahadasha * age birth until 2.5
25-Jan-1882 fleshbirth * Ketu-Guru period
Zukra Mahadasha * age 2.5 until 22.5
05-May-1895 decease of Mother (Virginia's age 13) * Zukra-Zukra swabhukti * matrimaraka Zukra rules 2nd-from-Chandra
22-Feb-1904 decease of Father (Virginia's age 22) * Zukra-Ketu period chidra-dasha
Surya Mahadasha * age 22.5 until age 28.5
Chandra Mahadasha * age 28.5 until 38.5
26-Mar-1915 first published work The Voyage Out * Chandra-Shani period * Shani rules 3rd-from-3rd
Mangala Mahadasha * age 38.5 until 45.5
1922 begin long-lasting sexual friendship with Mrs. Vita Sackville-West, which provided content for the next book * Mangala-Guru period * Guru rules 7-relationships, arrangements
1925 Mrs. Dalloway published (rave reviews) * Mangala-Zukra period * Zukra rules 9-celebrity
Rahu Mahadasha * age 45.5 until 63.5
05-May-1927 publication of To The Lighthouse (her most famous book) * Rahu-Chandra period * Chandra rules 11-goals, achievements, earnings
1940 the home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf was destroyed during the Blitzkrieg by German attackers in WW-2 * Rahu-Zukra period * Zukra rules maraka 2-7 from Chandra-home
28-Mar-1941 (age 59) death by suicide * Rahu-Zukra period * Zukra maraka rules-2
Distinctive Features of the Nativity
father famed literary editor * Surya-Makara-5
Karakamsha = Simha-12 genius creativity imagination sanctuary isolation
medical Azvini Chandra - her mother Julia Stephen was a trained professional nurse (and her mother wrote a book on nursing)
It is believed that during most of her adult life Virginia Stephens Woolf suffered the effects of bi-polar disorder or some similar mood-swing disorder involving severe depression.
Mangala-Mithunaya in 3rd-from-Chandra-Meza (8th-from-8th)
Virginia Stephen Woolf produced an exquisite body of descriptive literature which chronicled the patterns of her mental perception (3) in a highly publicized (10) venue of literary work and public announcements, lectures, and essays.
Virginia Stephen Woolf remained steadfastly friendly with her husband Leonard Woolf, co-operating their increasingly successful book publishing business, even though she had left the sexually faithful aspect of marriage long before. Ms. Woolf maintained until her tragic death that Leonard was her best friend bar none * see Azvini Moon for twinning.
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
Extraordinary Pressure at the time of Suicide
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
She was a splendid prose writer and energetic publisher receiving broad public acclaim for her literary works, due to Rahu's ruler the high-visibility Mangala-Mithuna-10. The writing process was personally transformative and the outcome of the message was socially transformative. 8th-from-Chandra
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka
"The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages."
|The Waves, published 1931||"And in me too the wave rises. It swells; it arches its back. I am aware once more of a new desire, something rising beneath me like the proud horse whose rider first spurs and then pulls him back. |
What enemy do we now perceive advancing against us, you whom I ride now, as we stand pawing this stretch of pavement? It is death.
Death is the enemy.
It is death against whom I ride with my spear couched and my hair flying back like a young man's, like Percival's, when he galloped in India. I strike spurs into my horse.
Against you I will fling myself, unvanquished and unyielding, O Death!"
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