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Graha * Bhava * Rashi * Gochara


TRANSIT CALENDAR =

Shani Transits by Rashi 1900-2099 CE


Shani transit via Mesha

Shani transit via Urisha

Shani transit via Mithunaya

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Shani transit via Tula

Shani transit via Vṛścika

Shani transit via Dhanus

Shani transit via Makara

Shani transit via Kumbha

Shani transit via Meena


  1. Mesha-Arya
  2. Vrishabha-Urisha
  3. Mithunaya-Dvamdva
  4. Karkata-Kadaga
  5. Simha-Leya
  6. Kanya-Parthya
  7. Tula-Vanika
  8. Vṛścika-Thriketta
  9. Dhanus-Haya
  10. Makara-Draco
  11. Kumbha-Ghata
  12. Meena-Antya

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  1. Shani in classroom-1
  2. Shani in classroom-2
  3. Shani in classroom-3
  4. Shani in classroom-4
  5. Shani in classroom-5
  6. Shani in classroom-6
  7. Shani in classroom-7 [dik-bala]
  8. Shani in classroom-8
  9. Shani in classroom-9
  10. Shani in classroom-10 [svabhava]
  11. Shani in classroom-11 [svabhava]
  12. Shani in classroom-12

  1. [Shani-Mesha] [nīcha]
  2. [Shani-Urisha]
  3. [Shani-Mithunaya]
  4. [Shani-Karkata]
  5. [Shani-Simha]
  6. [Shani-Kanya]
  7. [Shani-Tula] [uchcha]
  8. [Shani-Vṛścika]
  9. [Shani-Dhanus]
  10. [Shani-Makara-Draco] [svakshetra]
  11. [Shani-Kumbha] [svakshetra] [mulatrikona if within 0-20 deg]
  12. [Shani-Meena]

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OM sham shanaishcharaye namah


30.5-year cycles of Shanicarya


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OM kram krim kraum sah bhaumaya namah


Visiting Professor

Shani

samchara * gochara


SHANI ON TOUR

via

वृश्चिक Vṛścika

Vrishchika

Kaurpi * Korpi

Kita * Ketta * Keza

Vrushik * Vrizcika

Vrizcikarazi * Vrizcikez



Saturan's 2.3 year transit

through

Scorpionis

Skorpjon * Skorpija * Escorpi

Isidis

'arkav * al-'akrab * akrep


duration in rashi = 2.3 years * including vakri * retrogrades

frequency of occurrence = once every 30.5 years


Gochara Shani via Vṛścika Effects upon the 12 Bhava

Sade-Sati

How does Professor Shani behave in transit?


Dec-1925 until Dec-1928

Nov-1955 until Feb-1958

Dec-1984 until Dec-1987

Nov-2014 until Jan-2017

Dec-2043 until Dec-2046

Feb-2073 until Oct-2076

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Maple Leaves, Autumn

What is the typical duration of a Shani transit?

On his teaching circuit, samchara Visiting Professor Shan travels through each classroom at the rate of approximately one rashi per 2.3 solar year s
What are some of the typical characteristics of Shani's classroom environment?

Professor Shani is an agent of restriction, limitation, scarcity and delay.

However, Shani typically does not deny or prevent movement entirely. Shani impedes and delays, but Shani does not annihilate. Professor Shani activates Time thus in His classroom everything happens SLOOOOOWLY.

Professor Shani imposes upon the environment of His classroom qualities of coldness, dryness, pinch, stricture, intolerance, rigidity, structure, maturity, tightness, resistance, darkness, fear, conformity to social law, orderliness, elderliness, discipline, austerity, deprivation, respect, dignity, economies of scale, systems, plebian tastes, commonness and community networks.

Shani imposes hard work and delayed gratification. He rewards those who are dutiful, lawful, and conventional in lifestyle. He punishes innovation and movement. He hates heat, light, diversity, and change.

How does Shani behave in transit via Vṛścika?

Professor Shani demonstrates the unmovable object whilst Professor Kuja represents the irresistible force.

Brittle, aged and cold, Shani the Stopper sees hot-blooded, muscular Mangala as a terrible enemy. . However, Mangala the Mover does not feel intimidated by Shani.

Shani fears Mangala and Shani feels timorous in Vṛścika, the rashi of sudden movements, explosions, eruptions, and mysterious unexpected changes of form . Shani intensely dislikes change. He particularly hates irregular, disrespectful or lawless change.

Sudden and forceful change which energizes the rejuvenating cycle of death and rebirth is the cheerful specialty of competitive, warlike, dynamic Professor Kuja.

Shani can tolerate the death portion of the cycle but it is the recycling rejuvenation rebirth portion that Shanaicarya absolutely hates.

When Professor Shani must journey via Vṛścika the rashi of impetuous, dynamic, competitive, energetic Professor Mangala, the hanaicarya is very much unhappy and on the defensive against the threat of being invaded by warrior Kuja.

Vṛścika is a vulnerable and even terrifying place for Professor Shani. Change, often violent change, is coming - and Shani has little defense against it. It is as if Shani representing a mountain of stone feels the volcanic pressure of Mangala's hot lava welling up beneath its surface, and Shani knows that before long the entire mountain will shake and fissure while burning hot molten lava from the earth's hot core will fuse and melt the ancient stone.

Whilst travelling through Vṛścika territory, Shani must pass through a phase of death-and-rebirth which involves installing a new identity into the old container. The rigid external form remains while a new life force emerges from within. Shani resists until the last inevitable moment, much like an overdue baby who waits until the last possible moment to emerge from the womb.

Associated with burning pains, burning stiffness, earth-changes, internal explosions both physical and emotional, repeated surgeries needed to correct a problem, repeated medical interventions, terror of unknown, delay in therapeutic healing, mysterious ailments caused by hidden fears, destruction of outdated relationships, social disintegration followed by emergence of radical new personal identity, disaster and recovery both internal and external.

Having invested great effort into waiting and resisting [Shani] until the last moment, the emergence is often painful, exhausting, and full of fear. Yet, when Shani transits Vṛścika new life is injected into old systems.

That which was outdated and blocking progress must be eradicated [Mangala] so that a bursting life force can push into the old system [Shani]. Physically, psychically, emotionally, and socially, the sudden upheaval of new identity may be experienced as shocking, traumatic, threatening, dangerous, or (apparently) disastrous.

By the end of this 2.3-year transit the intensely resisted, painfully endured change-cycle will be completed and Shani's structures may continue, having been rejuvenated. Most powerful experience is felt during the Shani-oppositions and Shani-return * elarata = age 14-16, 28-31, 42-44, 56-58, 70-72, 84-86, and 98-100.


Beneficial effects for exceptional nativities may occur even while resistance causes immediate suffering. Exceptions include nativities which feature parivartamsha-yoga between Shani-Vṛścika and Mangala-Makara or between Shani-Vṛścika and Mangala-Kumbha.

The empowering exchange between these two papagraha may be limited [Shani] to a survival-enhancing

  • ability to withstand [Shani] aggression [Mangala]

  • persistent effort [Shani] in warlike environments
  • grudging acceptance of the system-wide [Shani] requirement for constant and regulated regeneration and rebirth.

Samchara Shani via Vṛścika


Effects upon the 12 bhava

Naturally, if the transit of Shani via Vṛścika rashi occurs simultaneously with an important Vimshottari Dasha bhukti of Shani, particularly Shani-Shani svabhukti * then the demands of limitation, discipline, austerity, elegance, maturity, sobriety, and social responsibility are further imposed.

  • Although Shani's effects can be recognized during His entire journey via all 30 degrees of each rashi, the most tangible results of His influence are often noticed when He contacts an important lagna

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  1. Shani in classroom-1
  2. Shani in classroom-2
  3. Shani in classroom-3
  4. Shani in classroom-4
  5. Shani in classroom-5
  6. Shani in classroom-6
  7. Shani in classroom-7 [dik-bala]
  8. Shani in classroom-8
  9. Shani in classroom-9
  10. Shani in classroom-10
  11. Shani in classroom-11
  12. Shani in classroom-12

  1. [Shani-Mesha] [nīcha]
  2. [Shani-Urisha]
  3. [Shani-Mithunaya]
  4. [Shani-Karkata]
  5. [Shani-Simha]
  6. [Shani-Kanya]
  7. [Shani-Tula] [uchcha]
  8. [Shani-Vṛścika]
  9. [Shani-Dhanus]
  10. [Shani-Makara-Draco]
  11. [Shani-Kumbha] mulatrikona 0-20
  12. [Shani-Meena]

  1. If Vṛścika = bhava-1 as measured from Vṛścika indriya-lagna or measured from Vṛścika-Chandra * the physical body size may contract due to restriction of the flow of kinetic energy. One's attribute-cluster personality may temporarily embody the Shani-sponsored virtues of maturity, sobriety, austerity, and patience. Social personality = pressured into accepting heavier workload and responsibilities. Time schedules for personal movement may be more rigorous with weightier consequences. Narrowed scope of operations for graha-in-1. Sporting competitions, individual championship, unique appearance may be discouraged. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika = temporarily slowed by scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or dryness. ++++ if Shani's transit via bhava-1 also contacts Vṛścika-Chandra-1 , then in addition to the general effects of Shani's slowing, drying, seizing, restricting of the mineral-body, there may be also a freezing of the flow of emotional nourishment during Sade-Saati. Shani's Parashari-drishti upon both 3 ++ 3rd-from-Chandra may produce temporary mental depression (3).

  2. If Vṛścika = bhava-2 as measured from Tula indriya-lagna or measured from Tula-Chandra * Shani may desiccate the sustaining foods (2, pantry). Stored foodstuffs may be drier or preserved (such as via salt or other chemicals). Shani prefers more cautious speech, telling of hoary stories, singing the old traditional songs, reciting the approved histories. He cherishes frozen hoards of worthy objects. Compression of teeth-tongue (2) due to fear of telling the truth. Corrective dental work is slow but steady. It may be hard to speak the shocking Vṛścika truths which describe healing empowerments, rejuvenation, identity change, energetic evolution. Fearful of nonconformity, the family of origin may be punitive or harshly judgmental. The family may temporarily withhold validation (validity, 2). Culling of the animal herds, narrowed lineage knowledge, shrinking of historical consciousness, blocked language fluency. Depreciation of contained, warehoused, cooped, banked values. Compressed output of graha-in-2. Financial accounts, precious collections, libraries and databases = access delayed. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also compressed temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation. Sharing Shukra lagnesha = a close friend of Shani. Therefore, despite its exhausting dryness, this Shani Tour is reasonably fair and balanced.

  3. If Vṛścika = bhava-3 as measured from Kanya radical lagna or measured from Kanya-Chandra * reduced frequency of communication events. Fewer business transactions, explanations, descriptions, diagrams, trainings, teamwork. Pressure to publish. Manufacturing delay. Reduces the scope of evangelism, propaganda, writing, radio-television-internet. Messages must adopt a more plebeian vocabulary emphasizing disaster containment (Vṛścika implosion). Narrows the range of the target audience. Institutionalizes and bureaucratizes administrative process. Temporarily diminished frequency of short-term travel, tours, conference attendance, seminars, short courses. Or, attending these meetings becomes more laborious, dutiful, colder, frustrating, discouraging. Instructions = legalistic, pragmatic, cautious, structured, or socially responsible. Ordinarily, Shani is quite comfortable in a svabhava of specific, instructional, tool-using Budha the Messenger-Merchant. Messages must demonstrate a practical usefulness measured by their direct application to mental or manual tasks. The scope of action of graha-in-3 is pinched. Entrepreneurial commerce, ensemble collaboration, programming may be hampered. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also limited temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation. Busy Budha lagnesha = a close friend of Shani. Therefore, this Shani Tour= hardworking ++ consistently busy.

  4. If Vṛścika = bhava-4 * as measured from Simha indriya-lagna or measured from Simha-Chandra * gochara Shani slowdown drishti into 6-10-1 * Due to gochara Sauran's cold, stiffening, stony drishti upon tanu-bhava-1, the mineral-body can age visibly during these 2.3 years. Delays and restrictions in the established rhythms of home life. Obligatory duty to spend more time at home. Shrinks the boundaries or hampered movement in locality. Mandatory stabilization. Shelter-in-place policies. Secretly contested [Vṛścika] property fencing. Dryness or rockiness of farmlands. Climate potential for drought, ice, cold wind. Perimeter patrol-and-policing = legally imposed. Schools of all kinds may experience increased government restrictions on individual freedoms. Emphasis on classroom conformity. Transportation systems may be slower. Stricter consequences for non-conforming land-use, especially on riverways -- both above-ground and underground [Vṛścika]. Burdensome environmentalism. Competitions or contests may occur in one's home, Yet, Be suppressed unless they can be framed within the established local code of conduct. Stricter building inspections for new construction. Compressed output of graha-in-4. Local infrastructure, building, shipping, vehicles, roadways may get delayed maintenance. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika = temporarily slowed by scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation. Sparkling Surya lagnesha is a bitter enemy of class-conscious Shani. During this Shani Tour, the Systems Master = especially hostile to personal entitlements and individual exceptions.

  5. If Vṛścika = bhava-5 as measured from Karkata indriya-lagna or measured from Karkata-Chandra lagna * Restricted expression of individual creativity. Constrains the range of permitted artistic performance. Cooling of theatrical genius, glittering fashion, and political display. Structures imposed by social policy tends to limit personal entitlements. Uniform standards impressed upon the brilliance of children, including students. More pressure to use standardized testing + less tolerance for individualized learning styles. Conceptions = reduced, fewer children are born, the burden of raising children feels heavier. Kids may undergo more regimentation. Poets and literary artists may experience resistance to fame. Politicians may be pressured by the government away from flamboyant campaigning and celebrity sparkle. Speculative finance cramped by legalities. Compressed output of graha-in-5. Elections, entertainments, prizes, and games may be onerous or delayed. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also limited temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or dryness.

  6. If Vṛścika = bhava-6 as measured from Mithuna indriya-lagna or measured from Mithuna-Chandra lagna * generally a beneficial transit * the scope of pitta-kapha imbalance may diminish because Shani-via-6 slows disease. Chronic conditions may entrench. Shani hampers the production of toxins. He temporarily limits options for self-medication. The volume of accusations, disputes, treachery, broken promises or unsatisfied contracts may decrease. Strictly pragmatic, legalistic, lowest-common-denominator attitude toward matters of litigation, medication, altercation. Unsympathetic Shani curtails the effect of patients reciting the liturgy of the victim. Shri Sauran is no respecter of individuality. He sees problems on a sociological scale. The durokaraka demands endurance. He does not entertain individualized complaints. Professor Sauran is welcome in svabhava of argumentative, detail-fixated Budha. Ailments of biliousness, poisoning, blackening (pitta) and reproductive disorder often associated with Vṛścika-6 can be successfully treated with cold, dark, stiff, old, stony remedies. Complaints of servants, employees. Human-resources workload. Compressed output of graha-in-6. Medical treatment, litigation, divorce, crime, provision of aid may be onerous or delayed. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also discouraged by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation. Busy Budha lagnesha = a close friend of Shani. Therefore, this Shani Tour= hardworking ++ steadily busy.

  7. If Vṛścika = bhava-7 as measured from Urisha indriya-lagna or measured from Urisha-Chandra lagna * Shani gets temporary dik-bala during 2.3 years. Strict Shani imposes contractual obligations upon relationships both business and personal. Professor Shani's zero-exception legal judgments = welcomed in svabhava of balance-seeking, contractual Shukra. Conventionally conservative advisors + cautious consultation + a preference for existing partnerships rather than new ones. Social pressure to complete brokerage, match-making, betrothal. Partners demand adherence to terms of agreement. Due to gochara Saruran's cold, stiffening, stony drishti upon tanu-bhava-1, the mineral-body can age visibly during these 2.3 years. Only the most socially approved types of alliance are supported. Legitimated unions benefit from maintaining a shared commitment to healing discovery[Vṛścika]. Compressed output of graha-in-7. Vows, trusts, marriages, promises may be onerous or delayed. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also limited temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation. Sharing Shukra lagnesha = a close friend of Shani. Therefore, despite its dryness, this Shani Tour is usually smooth.

  8. If Vṛścika = bhava-8 as measured from Mesha indriya-lagna or measured from Mesha-Chandra * Shani feels threatened in Kuja's svabhava-8. Kuja is a warrior who fights to the death, but Shani's shield must resist Kuja's sword. During His visit to randhrasthana, Shani delays dematerialization. Temporary suppression of occult openings. Slowed eruption of disastrous force. Arrests revolutionary insurgence. Common-sense materialism denies the reality of unseen forces. Oppressive emergency measures. Shrunken sphincters. Closes the portal of revelation. Reduced tolerance for the unexpected. Reluctance or refusal to respond to events perceived as frightening. Frozen in fear. Shani seals the lid which hides the secret cache. Shani camouflages the gateway to forbidden power. Few initiation ceremonies. Those which occur would be minimal. Secret baptism (8). Stony Shani obscures the secret boiling magma underlying the telluric crust which causes the continents and their surface civilizations to rise into mountains or fall into the sea. Stops harsh trauma or blunts the shock. Shani paralyzes the tectonic pressure-release mechanisms. Hampers discovery of power from heat-source. Impedes the transformative potency. Delayed healing. Blocks access to geothermal power. Dims insight into condition of rebirth. Prevents or delays inheritance from the estate of the parents (5th-from-4th). Compressed output of graha-in-8. Disaster response, recovery operations, exploratory surgeries, emergent new identities may be deprioritized. Bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also limited temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or dryness. Kuja lagnesha is an intimidating shatru-graha of Shani. Therefore, this Shani Tour is often harsh and demandig.

  9. If Vṛścika = bhava-9 as measured from Meena indriya-lagna or measured from Meena-Chandra * Shani focuses upon orthodoxy while He limits the scope of higher philosophical wisdom. Vṛścika = a field of occult mystery. Wise patriarchs of Vṛścika-9 can spread the understanding of sacrificial transformation. Grumpy old Shani tends to constrain the expansive spirit of humanism, reducing inspiration to a stiff dogma. Cautious behavior of professors, priests, proselytes, presbyters, preachers, kohen, kahuna, popes, privileged patricians, pater-nostra. Strictures of institutionalized patronage. Father-figures tend to withhold praise. Sacred priesthood must impose proletarian laws. Bhava-9 = a neutral location for Professor Shani. His 9-transit often indicates a sustained period of higher studies. For scholars, limitation by rigid theories or cramped fundamentalist interpretations. Compressed output of graha-in-9. Fatherhood, indoctrination, obtainment of university doctorate or high-priesthood may be onerous or delayed. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also discouraged by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation.

  10. If Vṛścika = bhava-10 as measured from Kumbha indriya-lagna or measured from Kumbha-Chandra [svabhava] of Shani benefits from austerity, order, discipline * Professional leadership necessary but burdensome. In Vṛścika, respect for a transformative leader. Social reputation may dwindle due to restricted venues for public display of capabilities. Less dramatic visibility, fewer changes of career, Yet, heavier decision-making responsibility. Uncelebrated effort invested now will sustain and support the career continuing into the next transit when Shani moves into 11. Sober professional recognition at the peak of the social pyramid. Even if one does not normally fill a leadership role, social ordering duties may be imposed. Bureaucratic officials in public institutions must follow strict protocols. In Vṛścika, favorable for the figurehead who can combine secretive, dangerous empowerments with the fixed rules of the hierarchy. Compressed output of graha-in-10. Step-wise promotion, official investiture, command-post may be frugally accomplished without ceremony. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika = limited temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation. Because Shani = lagnesha, this transit is lawfully responsible but stressful due to volatility.

  11. If Vṛścika = bhava-11 as measured from Makara indriya-lagna or measured from Makara-Chandra [svabhava] of Shani benefits from austerity, order, discipline * drishti to lagna = earnings pressure * Friendship network remains reliable but it does not expand. Pinching economic legalities. Temporary plateau in profit. Gains from frugal products that cater to the lowest common denominator. Slow but steady, hardworking Shani-11 follows the rules. He rarely has big losses. Existing linkages = reinforced between older friends, older collectives, regular communities, but new links are few. Limits the flow of income.. Obligatory assemblies. Attendance at mass gatherings may be required. Compressed output of graha-in-11. Revenues, profits, earnings, achievements may be onerous or delayed. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also limited temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation. Because Shani = lagnesha, this transit is naturally disciplined but dry

  12. If Vṛścika = bhava-12 as measured from Dhanus indriya-agna or measured from Dhanus-Chandra * hampers the number and frequency of spiritual guidance. Fewer dreams. Night visions may contain less profound wisdom -- albeit perhaps more pragmatic guidance. Reduced travel to distant lands. Fewer invisible spaces welcome the meditator. Yet, an established contemplative practice may benefit from formal discipline. Less secluded artistic studio time available for reflective, imaginative, or visionary work. Fewer new research opportunities in the walled laboratories. Yet, regulatory compliance improves for existing work.. Workload may impose isolation. Hampered intuition and insight. Less prayer, less sleep, less reflection. Shani-Vṛścika demands disclosure from the watching ancestors. More common-sense rules in the bedroom, the hospital room, the meditation cell Compressed output of graha-in-12. Privacy, astral perception, restful sanctuary may be less available, or heavier workload to maintain them. The bhava ruled by graha-in-Vṛścika are also limited temporarily by conditions of scarcity, rigidity, age, fear of consequences, cold, dark, or desiccation.

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