Aum som somaya namah
Somana * Krishanaya
Sad-ach-biya * Shatavishaka* Satabishaj
the bitter apple
ruled by Rahu and Varuna
* calmed by mixed networks * protectors of universal mingling * soothed by risky marketplaces * needs to make expedient social connections
protectors of universal mingling
emotional patterning delivered into the Earth consciousness grid
conferred by the races of
Sadachbia * Tabernacles
Varuna riding the Makara = Guardian of the Structures and Systems of the Worlds
attribution unknown, Orissa style
Rogier van der Weyden c. 1440 * Portrait of a Woman in a Winged Bonnet
Neolamarkia cadamba = Anthocephalus cadamba
= sacred to Zatataraka nakshatra
| Chandra resides in a Nakshatra Trine of Rahu |
Emotional risk, fascinations, obsessions Chandra's ethnocentric, roots-dwelling, nurturing protectiveness, emotional reactivity, and parental response patterns tend to crave a Great Leap Forward via breaking social barriers + taking risks
See also: Chandra in a nakshatra of Rahu
Each of the Rahu-ruled nakshatra of Chandra is emotionally compatible with other exciting, entrancing, fascinating, ambitious Rahu-ruled Mix-Masters
|Nakshatra Trine of Rahu|| |
Like A-rudra and Shata-taraka, the Swa-ti folk are much more complexly involved in unconventional, barrier-bending, taboo-twisting activities (Rahu) than their balanced superficial appearance might immediately reveal.
the three nakshatra of Rahu have an open-minded attitude toward behaviors that may be judged irregular, exotic, arrhythmic, even lawless.
Shata-taraka Soma is distinctively sociological, with a gift for understanding the behavior of large groups, the masses and the classes. Shata-taraka can handle weird ideas in a systematic fashion due to its scientifically experimental mind. They have an intuitive approach toward networks - both social and conceptual - that often places them in the avant-garde of social change movements.
Shata-Vishaka * Shata-taraka
Zatataraka Chandra pada-1 * navamsha Chandra-Dhanuzya
Zatataraka Chandra pada-2 * navamsha Chandra in Makara
Zatataraka Chandra pada-3 * Kumbha - Ghata navamsha
Zatataraka Chandra pada-4 * Meena - Antya navamsha * pushkarya pada
Radix Moon in Zatataraka = a thousand powers
ambitious (Rahu) and risk-taking (Rahu)
scientific, populist , methodical and systematic (Kumbha)
visionary universalistic futuristic (Kumbha)
emotionally (Chandra) oriented to very large-scale communities and networks
their goal = socially regulated extension of participation in economies of goods and ideas
Zatataraka maximizes Rahu's empowerment to make sudden, highly energized movements like the deadly, fiercely, overwhelmingly powerful Crocodile.
the native sits quietly for a long time. They look normal on the outside.
No-one suspects the power they possess.
there is both oppression (Shani) and disruption of regularity (Rahu) in the relationship with one's mother (Chandra)
May become an iconic figure in a mass movement.
Not usually Emotionally attuned to the needs (Chandra) of large-scale social networks (Kumbha).
Is concerned with distribution of assets within economies of goods and ideas. Wants to ease the economic plight of the downtrodden; feels a special calling to help exactly those who bite the hand that feeds them. (Rahu + Shani)
Trapped in a state of internal contradiction and tension, wanting more airy freedom (Rahu) but afraid (Shani) to risk the dignity acquired via their involvement with large groups, assemblies, fan-clubs, large systems (Kumbha).
A respected but unhappy person as a rule.
While never losing their sense of personal martyrdom, Shatabishakya Chandra natives can produce amazing large-scale healing to the masses.
Satavisaka hears a very special clarion call to meet the emotional needs of the great hordes who are so much captured by burning desire (Rahu) that they can rarely sustain much material progress (Shani).
Shatavisakhya can be a visionary healer for specifically this population -- always the largest incarnate group - whose identity is churned by a narrative of mixed superstition, oppression, and furious immediate desire.
At its best, Shatavisaja can describe the Revolutionary Principles (first rules) of a New Order (Rahu) in the context of Historic Time and the Old Order (Shani).
This nakshatra can produce extraordinary social figures who articulate Huge Perspectives upon mass movements and social groupings.
The Shatataraka native is especially tasked to use their enormously broad and neutral view of the reality of the masses (in their living hells) by utilizing their birth gift of oversight upon the cosmic ocean .
Shatataraka is blessed by a unique visionary perception. It is tricky indeed to feel 'happy' with this placement but if the question of happiness is put aside, one may be very effective in helping others on a huge human scale.
Usually an eccentric personality.
Double-Rahu effect = Rahu co-lord of Kumbha yuti Rahu lord of Zatataraka
Shatabishakya-Chandra = have the extraordinary ability to detect"connections " where others see emptiness. Of the three Rahu-rules nakshatra (Ardra + Swati + Zatataraka) this Chandra is potentially the most brilliant and the most influential socially. However, when Chandra is controlled by Shani and His co-ruler Rahu, naturally the emotionally life cannot be easy.
One has very little use for social protocol, kow-towing to authority figures, or public displays of piety. Within the first eighteen years of life conditions are likely to be both exceptionally difficult and distinctively socially unusual, due to the native 's birth into the mahadasha of Rahu.
At some point in the lifetime there may be social punishment for this barrier-bending, taboo-twisting genius, due to the inherent conflict between the co-lords Rahu and Shani and the "push" from Varuna who insists on upholding a higher lawfulness of cosmic organizing principle regardless of the petty ignorance of statutory law .
If Rahu is well supported, the native 's bright-blue cosmically electrified aura may extend over a huge range both conceptually and geographically.
Usually quite charismatic, with a remarkable ability to charm the public . Tantrik power to connect psychically with large and diverse crowds of people or vast populations of the spiritual world.
Visionary understanding of the interconnected cosmos.
Shatabishak are large-scale visionary planners and system developers. They rely on an intuitive sense of connectivity between multiple worlds.
When emotionally threatened or invalidated, the Zatataraka-Chandra native may retreat into silent depression.
If under siege by negative emotions for a long time period, drug or alcohol abuse may be entertained, for purpose of entering into communication with the guiding cosmic intelligence.
They know what they know through intuition and psychic conviction. Zatataraka can practice their spiritual truth, but may struggle to explain to others and ultimately fail in communication due to the limits of the conventional worldview .
Marital environments produce polarizing catalysis due to restless moodiness . These natives need to connect with the common people, who love them. If one is allowed daily contact with the crowds, all will settle and be well.
Sometimes an obsession with cleanliness and body functions . (Would rather not be trapped in a body.)
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|Trauma profile|| |
Trauma profile = "circuit-breaker"
Sata-bhisa's psycho-emotional condition is initiated in the current life, by the native 's profound attachment to a loved one - most often, the mother - who is lost early, by abandonment or untimely death.
The trauma-healing instinct creates a deep longing to generates "shoots " which cross over (like a ferryman, or a lotus shoot).
Satabisa experiences a lifetime of seeking bridges into the unknown. As a result one may be plunged into distant moodiness or mystical revelry, a good part of the time.
|Navamsha Somana occupies
psychic mirroring function o f intimate relationships
In order to mirror one's own subconscious emotional patterns, one attracts a core partner who expresses Zatataraka behavior.
Under emotional stress in relationships, Zatataraka navamsha Chandra can evoke the native 's inner fear of loss of constant movement.
Reactions to this fear of losing core vitality include compulsive drumming, dancing, party-going and traveling in moving groups, in order to keep the movement alive.
Navamsha Moon in Zatataraka =
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