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Gochara Rahu Transits 1900-2099 CE
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Raghu * Rakha * Rahuva* Rehula
Chandala * Karumpaambu
Dragon's Head * North Node * Anabibazon
Capricornus * The Dragon
Ambition to Ascend Social Pyramids
Thrill of the Hierarchical Climb
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Rahu in bhava-1 * passion for personality
Rahu in bhava-2 * passion for treasuries
Rahu in bhava-3 * passion for communication * ambitious messaging
Rahu in bhava-4 * passion for prestige property, routine, roots
Rahu in bhava-5 * passion for politics, celebrity, games
Rahu in bhava-6 * passion for pollution, conflict, remedies * shady smoky structures
Rahu in bhava-7 * passion for conventional, regulated partnership
Rahu in bhava-8 * passion for government secrets
Rahu in bhava-9 * passion for philosophy, preaching upon the social order
Rahu in bhava-10 * passion for leadership power
Rahu in bhava-11 * passion for prizes, achievements
Rahu in bhava-12 * passion for privacy
When in kendra-1, kendra-7, or kendra-10, Rahu-Makara = a favorable placement for ambition to obtain prestigious social governance positions.
Quest for Elite Respect and Recognition in peak-hierarchy roles.
Risk-loving Rahu-Makara rashi = fascinated by esoteric executive empowerment and high-visibility public roles.
Irregular engagement in governance responsibilities.
Rahu Makara seeks privilege via rule-making roles. However due to Risk-rewarding Rahu's illicit nature, His rule-making involves a good deal of rule-breaking along the way.
Great leap forward into Governing, Ordering, Regulatory Privilege
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Structure, position, ranking, and social entitlement
Rahu = the smoke of ambition
Great hungry leap (Rahu) toward the top of the pyramid (Makara)
Risk-rewarding Rahu residing in lawful Makara = a complex and often ironic placement.
Risk-rewarding Rahu magnifies the desire for respectability and visibility. Rahu-Makara's goal-seeking great leap style = usually straightforwardly conventional in appearance. Appearing (Rahu appearances) in the guise of a respecter of hierarchies (Makara) Shri Rahu seems to be hardworking, attentive to bureaucratic detail, diligent in required behaviors, careful, and conventionally unassuming style of in personal deportment..
Relentless, possibly ruthless, step-wise obtainment of reputation and respect in large, hierarchical organizations .
Craves top of the hierarchy leadership prestige and executive privileges.
Consumed with desire for iconic recognition at the peak of a stepwise ascendance.
In Makara-Draco, Rahu's desire-inflaming passions acquire Shani-like law-enforcing characteristics.
Opportunistic Rahu may take risks in pursuit of Shani's conventional goals: one challenges the social systems of class, rank, and privilege in order to achieve recognition via class, rank, and privilege .
Desires to regulate the regulators .
May achieve association with high ranks of government officialdom via unusual, irregular or taboo relationships
Can become obsessed with capacity to prove a notable achievement of value to an entire society or civilization
to the point of taking individual credit for the work of a group
| Mahadasha of Rahu for Rahu-Makara|| |
Trajectory toward Prestige, via Expedient Route of *Appearing to* Conform to Conventional Standards
Mahadasha of Rahu and most bhukti of Rahu (depending on Rahu's angle to the mahadasha pati) will exhibit the script qualities of Makara. Rahu's disruptive and disorderly behavior is most unwelcome in the tightly regulated realms of Makara.
Rahu's Great Leap Forward must be cautious and careful. The typical starting scene is an institution , government, or other bureaucratic or conservatively operated environment.
The Rahu experience begins with some variety of social hierarchy (according to the bhava) whichranks and positions the nativeeither physically, psychologically, or spiritually.
An enunciation of law and orderis required. The environment supports rigidly habitual and conventional behaviors, and the important actors typically hold rank of director, president, chief, supervisor, etc.
Routine from inside, routine from outside
One might engage in self-regulating behavior driven by a sudden, obsessive attraction * akarshana *.
The contraction of the scope of the social personality or the body might start (or seem to start) from completely external circumstances, such as wearing an institutional uniform or needing to follow a prescribed hourly office.
One might start the cycle with a desire to conform to the expectations of legislative authorities and win the acceptance of the highest directors of the social programme.
The longer the Rahu period, the more opportunity for dramatic development. After the conformist, self-organizing event, there is continuous establishment of habit and routine. If Rahu is associated with a Maraka graha, the craving for approved and lawful appearance may be punctuated by deaths or severe loss such as divorce. The death or profound separation can be self-inflicted due to Rahu's restless discontent.
Rahu brings important new actors into the life scene, and these actors are typically from a different cultural background. the native is regulated into the culture of the new actor, and may be asked to assume a rank, so that the class system is fully established in the new order.
One must acquire or remember elements of this new actor's worldview in order for Rahu-Makara to make the leap into one's next life phase.
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