Om shram shreem shroum sah ketave namah
Om hram hreem hroum sah suryaya namah
Cauda Draconis * Catabibazon * Dragon's Tail
Sun * Helios
indifferent to the father, ego, willpower
misty charisma, disenchanted, eccentric brilliance
tolerance for dramatic scenarios of annihilation and dysfunction
"Surrender is not giving up
control. Surrender is giving over to the control you already have built
in. Surrender is giving up on thinking that the ego has to control
everything." ~~ Bashar
Surrender is giving up on thinking that the ego has to control everything." ~~ Bashar
Pink-headed Warbler (Cardellina versicolor) in the highlands of Chiapas, México by Mario Espinosa.
Tends to produce a wandering father-figure. Pragmatically, often this dad is a wanderer by trade such as a bus driver, air pilot, boat captain.
Scattering of the energy and subconscious expectation of abandonment by the Father.
For women, additionally, disconnection and disinterest in the male persona represented mainly by the father-figure.
Tends toward exaggeration (Rahu) of the forces opposing the father.
Dispersion of the Father's Focus
For men, additionally, disconnection and disinterest in the conventional male social roles. May be able to take on surface characteristics of all genders.
Helpful placement for a dramatic actor, who benefits from Ketu's no-boundaries free-entry into theatrical (Surya) radiance.
Ketu grants dissolution of barriers that would otherwise prevent a single human being from hosting multiple personalities.
General disinterest toward celebrity and politics. Lack of self-direction. If talented, such a person is easy to manage and accepts 'handling' without much resistance.
Generally, a healthy sense of the basic foolishness of the attention-seeking ego.
Pleasant and amenable most of the time.
A masculine nativity may be somewhat distanced from the glory of fatherhood, and will not exaggerate that glamour, although one may perform the quieter parenting roles just fine if the bandesha-4 is stable.
Female is somewhat distanced or apathetic toward the father-figures in her life. She may hold low expectations of their ability to experience true confidence. These father-figures may in her view lack faith in their ability to engage (chidrakaraka Ketu) with the adult father-husband roles (Ravi).
however, she herself may be entirely capable and not actually need father-figure support if her Chandra is strong.
Skepticism and doubt toward actors, politicians, entertainers, gamers, celebrities, royalty, glitterati, and great speculators.
Apathy toward the social ego; toward royal or celebrity glamour; toward charismatic success.
Dissatisfied and doubting of one's father, or he dislikes or disregards the native. Distrust of the divine intelligence, and of male authority figures in general.
One may be unable to fully connect with the father. Also unable to fully disconnect from the father.
Even after paternal death or a public declaration of separation, one longs for fulfillment of the paternal presence.
Resignation to a separative, psychologically distanced relationship with the father , and with all men who are actor-performers, gamer-speculators, or self-aggrandizing in nature.
Often the father-figure suffers psychologically from abandonment disorientations and fears which originated in early life and continue to manifest as separativeness and distrust throughout the adult relationships, particularly parenting.
A deep and ineffable sense of loss regarding the father, who seems to have been taken away by circumstances beyond one's control. A longing for the imagined satisfaction of completed union with the fantasized morally courageous and honest father.
Inability to register a deep sense of personal certainty regarding the portfolio of Surya: creative intelligence, speculative winnings, individual genius, power to channel divine truth, gamesmanship, artistic and theatrical performance.
Political doubt. Unsure about power boundaries. Incoherent political behavior.
May be extraordinarily lucky due to absence of limitations upon confidence, but one experiences deep ambivalence about the lasting meaning or inherent value of one's own creative empowerment..
Native is a positive, slightly eccentric person with a pernicious tendency to promote philosophical ideals which one neither understands nor believes. Although constantly seeking the Divine, does not clearly apprehend the light of truth. Tends to feel depressed in the presence of highly charismatic persons.
Psychically absorptive heart (Surya).
If sparkling Surya is strong, one may accept iconic positions in politics and theatre. If one becomes famous, there is limited ego-attachment to the celebrated position and its privileges. Ambivalence toward kingship, fatherhood, games, politics, and royalty.
When Surya by its nature in the Jyotisha nativity creates notoriety or fame, one uses the energy of celebrity charisma and personal magnetism to further a host of non-egotistic (Ketu) and perhaps noble (Surya) ideals
If Surya is weak, access to divine intelligence may be disconnected or disoriented, resulting in a tendency toward lack of compassion and disregard for those who seek enlightenment.
If Surya is strong, may be dedicated to the regal, autocratic and brilliant delivery of spiritual radiance significantly disconnected from social structures and conventional relationships.
Ketu often obscures or even obliterates boundaries, so that matters ruled by Ketu's co-graha or by Ketu's planetary ruler may suffer from confusion or blurring of boundaries.
file update: 07-Mar-2020
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