OM hram hreem hroum sah suryaya namah
OM bhram bhreem bhroum sah rahave namah
Eclipsus Solis et Lune
Eclipsus Solis et LuneWoodcut from the Nuremberg Chronicle, circa 1493
bravado * extravagant displays
Caput Draconis * North Node
Sun * Sol-Ra * Saule
Tennesse Corn Snake
Amplification of ambition to obtain political, theatrical, gaming, gambling, glittering, glamorous, creative empowerments
Flamboyant exceptional performance in bhava environment
bhava-2 face song values-fulfillment banking asset-accrual capital collections hoard, important sounds (potentially) second marriage
bhava-11 marketplace, profits, social network, important friends
Rahu and Surya = dire enemies.
Expect contradiction, complexity, and confusion in the behavior of the native whose personality combines virtuous Surya = pure brilliant hot direct light + vicious Rahu = dark, smoky, and surreptitious .
Desire to have center-stage attention [Surya] is much amplified [Rahu].
Absolutely self-righteously self-confident whether the principles of one's action are in terms of social morality right or wrong
The person has a brilliant ego-bright side and a murky, ego-eclipsed dark side
Rahu-yuti-Surya is generally considered to produce a pitri-dosha * imbalance-seeking-a-remedy relationship to The Patrons. Depending upon culture, the patrons or sponsors of human culture may be considered to be any number of guides from superior extraterrestrial cultures (deities), may be considered to be one's male ancestors (common belief particularly in Bharati cultures), and may be considered to be Father Figures of various types such as religious patriarchs (arkos, papa, etc) whose influence is believed to endure for many centuries.
According to cultural belief, one of the common outcomes of pitri dosha can be a failure to worship the ancestors properly.
Rahu in bhava-2 usually casts some shadow upon the family lineage. Surya-yuti-Rahu in bhava-2 suggests the father's [Surya] family lineage may be questionable. As the American saying goes, Rahu Dosha afflicting Surya in bhava-2 indicates "a rooster in the hen-house" meaning that who is named as the father or the father's father is likely an impostor [Rahu].
In modern terms, pitri dosha may be understood as amplified, over-reaching, highly ambitious and expedient-acting father-figures, particularly one's own father but also male authority figures (including self-appointed) of all varieties. Traits of Surya such as willpower, self-confidence, selfishness and charisma are exaggerated in the father-figures' behaviors.
Pitri dosha may also attract self-dramatizing personalities of any gender, self-important politicians, hot-headed fashionistas, and show-boaters. If Surya is ill-placed, expect predatory narcissists as well.
Shadowy Brilliance * barrier-bending, taboo-twisting Genius
Surya-Aurya-yuti-Rahu indicates something "on the edge of the aura" outside the realm of the Light, which is untoward, something illicit [Rahu], something obscured or not quite straightforward that seems to contradict or confuse the purity of the public presentation [Surya].
There is something dark and seductive in the background. It can be a taboo personal relationship, a sneaky way of gaining power, or an obsession of some kind. Depending on other factors in the nativity, one may place this obsessive intelligence into operation for the benefit of humankind, or to benefit the family, or to other positive purposes. It need not be unseemly and is often praised.
As the preeminent karaka of desire, risk-rewarding Rahu in conjunction with sparkling intelligent Ravi classically produces some variety of occult sexual behavior: something important to the native 's identity, which is culturally prohibited, and which must persist in the shadows.
Behind the blinding great light of Surya the barrier-bending, taboo-twisting behavior may not be detected and the native may contribute highly positive role-modeling energy in public settings. However, there is typically something shadowy but desire-driven, at the outer edge of Surya's magnificent aura.
The normal development of father-son and guru-sisya relationship may be amplified and often interrupted.
Exaggeration and amplification of the Father and the Ego-personality.
Although resorting to behavior of an impostor [Rahu] one shines brilliantly.
Ambition to be recognized as a genius in every undertaking.
One will take risks [Rahu] and break taboos [Rahu] in order to achieve praise and express political intelligence [Surya].
Risk-rewarding Rahu's cultural mix-mastery suggests a strong dose of internationalism
Rahu Drishti to
Amplification of the Glory of the Father-figure
Amplification of the Glory of the Father-figure
Due to Rahu's ability to cast drishti upon the bhava 5-7-9 from His radical place, Rahu drishti to Surya is quite commonplace.
Nevertheless, the drishti of Surya 's bitter enemy Rahu upon Surya indicates an ego-development disorder [Rahu] of some variety. It need not be severe but it will be present.
The normal, factual relationship with the father and father-figures [Surya] is disturbed [Rahu]. Often the father has some type of socially inappropriate [Rahu] desire-driven behavior such as addiction, crime, promiscuity, or a general lack of resistance to opportunity for self-promotion. At minimum the father suffers from self-glorification and boasting.
Often the role of the father or father-figure is romanticized into some brilliant (Ravi) personality that is rather more godlike or royalized [Surya] than the facts would, upon inspection, scientifically [Shani] support.
file update = 24-Jul-2021
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