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Muhurat * Muhurtham
see also: Table of Muhurta Significations
Muhu - movement, moment
Maha - best, greatest
Rita - ritmo, rhythm, ritual, rites, rate, ratio, ration, order, ordinal, ordo " to arrange"
Koeln Sanskrit Lexicon
Vocabulary * Definition
|Various Definitions = portions of time||
rta = period of time * moment
|Amrita-ghatika||"auspicious moments "|
The intercalary Nakshatra Abhijit, which is used only when needed to balance the calendar , is traditionally located directly after 21-Uttarāṣāḍha and before 22-Śrāvaṇa.
the multiple-intelligences * one size fits all abhijita * Vega * Victorious * Muhurta occurs:
Traditionally, the brief era of the Godhuli Lagna is considered provide broadly positive auspice for virtually any activity or event
Muhurta: Seize the moment
" Linger a little at my friendly bidding rest, Holy Ones, a moment in your journey." ~~ Rig Veda III.33.5 * III.53.8]
"But my father always pays our family astrologer to
cast the best Muhurita (Maharata) for any activity!"
Jyotishavidya is not the best divinatory method for producing a yes/no answer.
Casting of the auspicious day/time is a cultural practice based loosely on the ancient alignment of the 27 na-kshatra matched to specifically defined locations on Earth (notably India, previously Lemuria, but presumably anywhere on Earth) .
The grid which controls these alignments shifted a long time ago. There is no evidence that present-day muhurta coordinates are accurate; and there is no body of measurable results to which a researcher could refer in the way of testing any relationship between a purported Muhu-rita (moving moment) or Maha-rita (best time slot) matched to a material outcome.
The fact that millions of people seek the traditional muhurta "best moment" to undertake a project does not mean that those millions are being guided by a higher power. (They are being guided mainly by their own lack of willingness to trust their natural intuition, substituting instead a belief in external superpowers superstition.)
Maha-rita * Muhu-rata * Muhu-rita * was once a viable system of coordinates between Earth locations and the 27 star-seed " feeder" energy flows.
The 27 nakshatra represent 27 specializations and areas of expertise from those feeder civilizations. The feeder civilizations are still operating, still inputting information into the grid(s) which surround Terra, and there are Therefore, still time slots of a length of 0.8888/hour = 52.8 minutes (at the terrestrial equator) when a particular human activity is well supported by the passing influence of a nakshatra civilization.
However, the coordinate system is long outdated, leaving only the barest vestige of memory of how it used to work.
Theoretically, if the coordinates were re-aligned, it could be a viable system again. The correct muhu (moving) rita (moment) could once again be identified and that moving-moment could be utilized to ask for specific help for a specific activity from the guardians of the muhurata who are experts in that task.
Sadly, in practice, modern-day muhurta is often merely a superstition. But for those who enjoy the traditional custom and wish to know the time when a particular muhurta purportedly moves (muhu) rhythmically (rita) through one's terrestrial location, muhurta software can be purchased and set to your hometown.
For example, this commentary is being written during a muhurta of Agni while (purportedly) the constellation of Ara * The Altar *is passing over southeast Portland Oregon.
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