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Mahatma

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Earth-birth Saturday-02-Oct-1869

dematerialization 30-Jan-1948 (assassinated, age 78)

"I believe that Gandhi's views were the most enlightened of all the political men of our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence for fighting for our cause, but by non-participation of anything you believe is evil."

~~ Theory of Relativity 1879-1955 Physics Albert Einstein

"It is alarming and also nauseating to see Mr Gandhi, a seditious Middle Temple lawyer, now posing as a fakir of a type well known in the East, striding half-naked up the steps of the Vice-regal palace....to parley on equal terms with the representative of the King-Emperor."

~~ UK-PM Finest Hour 1874-1965 Winston Churchill

"Only God is truth. I am a human being. Truth for me is changing every day. My commitment must be to truth, not to consistency."

~~ Satyagraha 1869-1948 Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi

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Champion of Human Rights + Civil Rights in South Africa + India * Satyagraha 1869-1948 Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi

Birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahatma_Gandhi * tentatively rectified by BP Lama

charts + graphs + tables = produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama


see also Shri BV Raman's version of this nativity in Notable Horoscopes, p.226

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities

Swatika * Chotthi * Vayu * Nishtya


BPL commentary

For Swatika births of a masculine valence, the disposition of mesmerizing, hypnotic, shadowy, exciting, passionate, ambitious, opportunistic, privilege-seeking Professor Rahu may considerably affect the outcome.

For those born into the paradigm of Nishthya, exotics, ethnic mixers, opportunists, fascinators, mesmerizers, privilege-seekers, impostors, rogues, agents of passion and desire, self-proclaimers, self-promoters, charlatans, masters of smoke and oils, and entrancingly ambitious persons may be especially influential.

Guided by the instructing intelligences of Arcturus. Their purpose is to broker trade agreements and balance the interests of multiple ambitious stakeholders.


Social justice, personal power

Rahu-ruled Swatika gentlemen are Mix-Master Middlemen. They tend to be fascinating figures. By skillfully mixing and trading with different folks, Swatika chaps build exotic new exchange relationships. They are often found in policy organizations and government agencies, where their social equity work is distinctively multi-cultural. Their roles include trader, exchanger, bridge-builder, diplomat, negotiator, deal-maker, bargainer, marriage-matcher, alliance-designer, and other balancing activities that engage two mismatched sides within one functional agreement.

Swatika represents Rahu's desire to amplify Zukra's quest for harmonious agreements. Rahu challenges cultural boundaries. The mix-master may skillfully combine unusual agents and mismatched agendas in order to obtain a rebalanced status. Similar to Shataviskaka, the Swatika-born are mixed-system orchestrators who may take direction from Otherworldly sources. The character of Rahu is determinative.

Due to their Rahu-gifted ability to think outside the box, Swatika-born may realize previously unthinkable opportunities for diplomacy and fair exchange. Their success is noted in negotiation, trade-deals, and bargaining in commodities, ideas, or services.

In politics, Nishthya fellows may be associated with social, economic, or political integration of previously hostile or excluded participants. Their special talent is dealing with those who may be rogues, outsiders, stigmatized, or posturing frauds. Vayu-born graciously mix people and environments that were once segregated, by making successful pairings between ethnicities, religions, nations, or individuals of differing practice.

Their pursuit of a social justice agenda is not entirely idealistic. It is ultimately motivated by their desire to obtain privilege by facilitating partnership geared to increased barter, brokerage, and exchange.

Themes of opportunity, fascination with appearances, and acquisition of privilege may contextualize Swatika's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Swatika-Chandra

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 84.


"... a slow and deliberative character,

  • almost ponderous in thought and action

  • Yet, intelligent and logical

While he may be slower at arriving at conclusions than most people,

  • on final analysis his reasoning is sound

  • and his conclusion more accurate than others who may be more brilliant.

He is very religious, somewhat orthodox,

  • and his environment permitting will attend church regularly

  • or at any rate participate in some religious activity.

Many priests or ministers are found to have Swati on the Rising Point."


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Mohandas Gandhi the Barrister in 1893

Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha


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Budha Mahadasha * age birth until age 1.1

02-Oct-1869 Earth-birth in Porbandar, Gurjarat, India * Budha-Shani chidradasha


Ketu Mahadasha * age 1.1 until age 8.1

Zukra Mahadasha * age 8.1 until age 28.1

May-1883 (MKG age 13) exchange the vows of marriage with Kasturbai Makhanji Kapadia (her age 14) * Zukra-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules swamsha

1885 (MKG age 16) grieved the decease of father * Zukra-Rahu bhukti

23-Aug-1888 celebrated the birth of child-1 (an earlier child had died) Harilal Gandhi * Zukra-Guru bhukti

04-Sep-1888 (MKG age 18) sailed from India to attend law training in England * Zukra-Guru bhukti

Mar-1891 joins the Blavatsky Lodge of the London Theosophical Society operated by Secret Doctrine 1831-1891 Theosophy Helena Blavatsky * Zukra-Shani bhukti

Jun-1891 called to the bar (passed the law exam) in London and returns to India * Zukra-Shani bhukti

1891 (MKG age 22) grieved the decease of mother * Zukra-Shani bhukti * matrimaraka Shani rules 7th-from-Chandra

April 1893 following professional failure in India, goes to South Africa as attorney for shipping company * Zukra-Shani bhukti


Surya Mahadasha * age 28.1 until age 34.1

1900 during the Boer War, organized the Natal Indian Ambulance Corps to retrieve wounded soldiers from the battlefields and bring them by stretcher to medical care, often over difficult terrain * Surya-Guru bhukti * Guru-6 medical environment + Guru rules 5-politics


Chandra Mahadasha * age 34.1 until age 44.1

1906 (MKG age 47) organizes the racially mixed ambulance corps serving both sides of wounded in SoAfrica's British-Zulu war * Chandra-Rahu bhukti

1906 foundational development of the Satyagraha nonviolent protest doctrine * Chandra-Rahu bhukti * Rahu-9 ideology, principles of belief

1909 publication of Hind Swaraj * Chandra-Shani bhukti * Shani rules 3-publication

1910 (MKG age 41) creates an idealistic social community in South Africa called Tolstoy Farm * Chandra-Budha bhukti * Budha-12 rules 11-community


Mangala Mahadasha * age 44.1 until age 51.1

1915 returns to India by invitation of nationalists, carrying a reputation for principled social activism * Mangala-Rahu bhukti * Rahu-9 ideology, principles of belief

1917 successful power change in the Champaran agitation in Bihar * Mangala-Budha bhukti * Budha-12 communications rules 8- revolution

1919 begins the Khilafat (Caliphate) cooperative strategy to gain Muslim participation * Mangala-Surya bhukti * Surya-11 communities rules 10-leadership


Rahu Mahadasha * age 51.1 until age 69.1

1920 (MKG age 51) assumes leadership of the Indian National Congress. Begin era of civil disobedience * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti * Rahu-9 doctrine, cultural mixing

1922 collapse of the Khalifat movement creates dramatic increase in Hindu-Muslim violence * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti * Rahu-9 doctrine, cultural mixing

18-Mar-1922 begins prison sentence for sedition * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti * Rahu-9 doctrine, cultural mixing

1924 early release from prison * Rahu-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 12th-from-6th dissolution of animosity, release from jail

26-Jan-1930 Indian National Congress declares Independence from British colonial rulers * Rahu-Budha bhukti * Budha-12 communications rules 8- revolution

Mar-Apr 1930 (MKG age 61) Salt March to the sea, followed by British govt incarcerating 60K Indians * Rahu-Budha bhukti * Budha-12 communications rules 8- revolution


Guru mahadasha * age 69.1 until age decease age 78

1939 Quit India platform * Guru-Guru swabhukti * Guru rules 2-speech-values + 5-politics, gaming, intelligence

1942 Quit India speech results in 1 2-year imprisonment. Gandhi continues to direct the independence movement from within the prison * Guru-Shani bhukti * Shani rules 3-communications management + 4-patriotism

22-Feb-1944 (MKG age 75) grieved decease of wife Kasturbai Makhanji Kapadia while she suffered imprisonment * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 2nd-from-7th widowhood

6-May-1944 released from prison in poor health. Gandhi directs the cessation of Resistance, 100K prisoners are released, and the long-imprisoned Congress party leadership is restored * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 12th-from-12th dissolution of imprisonment * Budha rules 8-transformation + 11 community linkage

15-Aug-1947 Independence with legal Partition of India, followed by widespread, deadly religious riots * Guru-Zukra bhukti

30-Jan-1948 (MKG age 78) dematerialization assassinated by gunshot of a Hindu Nationalist * Guru-Zukra bhukti

Distinctive features of the nativity


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Surya * pitri-karaka (father) * jyoti-karaka (light) Gandhi_Mohandas_.jpg

  • Surya-Kanya * Poshanya * Pushna * the nourisher * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the analytical logical rashi of Budha
  • Surya in bhava-11 * center of community * genius for associative systems * radiates through the gridwork * entitled to work-and-earn * network intelligence * focus on interlinked ecologies * uniquely creative marketplace revenues * exemplifies knotting-netting-knitting connectivity * distributed light * eye on friendships * celebrated by crowds * sparkling center of social-economic drama* father may be an earner-socialite-organizer

Surya occupies the administrative, managerial, process-oriented, collaborative, committee-cohort 3rd-from-Chandra

FATHER

Dad served as an office clerk, problem-solver, and community agent, then as diwan. Dad died when MKG was 15.


Chandra * matrikaraka (mother) * garha-karaka (village)

  • Chandra-Karkata * swakshetra * comforted by familiar nourishing protections
  • Chandra in Azlesa-Naga * soothed by restraining embrace * guards the ethno-cultural environment * needs familiar folk narratives
  • Chandra in classroom-9 * draws comfort from paradigms of belief * emotionally attuned to sacred doctrine * accustomed to priesthood * pious mother * soothed by globalist perspective * feels the pulse of preaching * calmed by a broad worldview * acculturated to principled understanding * needs a familiar catechism * protective patrons * habitually seeks guidance * settled into philosophical roles * undulating convictions
  • Somana-yuti-Rahu * * emotionally expedient * sensitive to exotic folks * risk-rewarding mother * needs exciting opportunities * unconventional parenting style * comfortable in unorthodox environments * undulating desires * craves nurturing * feels exceptional

career the emotionally dignified , social-ordering, leadership-seeking; 10th-from-Chandra contains Guru-Mesha-6 wars, conflicts, feuds

Gandhi was trained as a solicitor (Barrister, attorney) in London - in the belly of the beast legally speaking - and thus he was exquisitely well positioned to handle skillfully an incarnation which promised an endless volley of argument and accusation, significant poverty due to religious and philosophical convictions (Guru)

Atmakaraka = Chandra = patriotism

  • Dharmesha-9 Chandra = yuti the great amplifier Rahu, located in bhava-9 = high-profile theological guidance role, association with foreigners, cultural roots into Mother-homeland

  • No drishti upon Somana-yuti-Rahu-9


Kuja * bhratru-karaka (brother) * virya-karaka (virile)

lagnesha

Harsha Yoga * Kuja rules-6 + Kuja occupies-12

Kuja rules the career-defining 10th-navamsha * yet navamsha-10 contains Ketu-Mesha, suggesting a spiritualized eccentricity and disconnectedness from leadership roles

  • Mangala-Thula * vigorous pursuit of alliance * penetrating advocacy * thrust toward union * proactive bargaining * military negotiations * push toward terms of agreement * aggressive deal-making *energetic arbitration * athletic balancing * champion of fair contracts
  • Mangala in bhava-12 * drive toward privacy * pursuit of inner guidance * invaders from distant lands * hyperactive ancestors * restless sanctuary * fights isolation * clairsentient dynamics * invisible conquests * aggressive phantoms * innovative research * progressive action in distant lands * imaginative discovery
  • Kuja-yuti-Budha * communicative competitions * energized signaling * dynamic reporting * clipped speech patterns * abrupt announcements * champion of vigorous messaging * pushes toward direct commands * forward thrusting gestures * incisive speech * forceful writing
  • Kuja-yuti-Zukra * dual sexuality * energized bargaining * dynamic trading * masculine force joins feminine allure * kinetic sensuality * productive arrangements * sweetly harmonized with competitors * champion of equality

Kuja occupies the emotionally stable, protected, schooled, comfortable, customary 4th-from-Chandra

Gandhi was a veritable icon of persistent (Mangala) negotiation (Thula). He remained grounded in the defensive, culturally-rooted, seasonal-calendar, routinized, patriotic, ethno-nationalistic, comfort-seeking, home-loving, foundational, property-owning 4th-from-Chandra. He never lost his good manners and never failed to express appreciation for the interests and experiences of the opposing party.


Budha * jamayah-karaka (sibling) * sandeza-karaka (message) * zisya-karaka (student)

Sarala Yoga * Budha rules-8 occupies-12

  • Budha-Thula * articulation of contracts * equable discussions * balanced designs * commercial arrangements * explains procedure for fair agreements * descriptive bargaining * skillful matching * accommodating conversations * messages about negotiation * programming for trade exchanges * manufactures harmonious patterns * hands-arms-shoulders send equalizing gestures
  • Budha in bhava-12 * narrative of sanctuary * talks about quietude * commerce of the hermitage * discusses interior spiritual guidance * speaks from invisible location * instructions on reflective contemplation * detailed descriptions of intimate privacy * diagrams the astral inner terrain * explainer of quiet prayer * imaginative siblings * communication with distant worlds * delivers information about clairsentience * defines the dreamworld * logical visions
  • Budha-yuti-Mangala * competitive communications * scripted actions * impatient conversations * potential for sexualized messaging * penetrating explanations * direct instruction * signals forward action * pioneering movement * outspoken opinions * talkative brother-figures
  • Budha-yuti-Zukra * explainer of balanced arrangements * diplomatic conversations * parity-seeking discussions * manual adjustments * enjoys words * sweet descriptions * delivers instruction about relationships * articulator of equity in agreements * message of fairly bargained contracts * skilled in songwriting * talkative sister-cousin-cohort * detailed lyricist * attracts chatty partners

Budha occupies the emotionally stable, protected, schooled, comfortable, customary 4th-from-Chandra


Guru * dhava-karaka (husband) * bahuta-karaka (variety)

  • Guru-Meza * warrior dharma * philosophy of direct movement * many competitions * broad scope of pioneering action * permission to dominate * doctrine of conquest * invigorating guidance * expands the range of championship * believes in innovation
  • Guru in bhava-6 * broad ranging ministries of service * extensive distress * ideological disagreements * many injuries * much victimization * tolerance for diverse diagnoses * abundant digestive imbalance * many grievances * much betrayal * numerous unfair accusations * broad scope of disorderly conduct * cheerful acceptance of human misery * believes in problematicity * patron of pharmacies * many medicaments * in a wifely nativity, husband-figure may aid the suffering

Guru rules Karakamsha Meena-5 politics, intelligence, creativity, confidence

Guru-6 ruler of 2 causes conflicts about food family lineage (2) and religion (Guru)

  • Gandhi's family suffered a deep fear that he would be incurably polluted and lose his caste by traveling outside India where he would surely eat impure food.) He was excommunicated by a caste leader in Mumbai on this account, because he had already asserted his intention to live for several years in horribly unclean conditions of London while completing his law degree.

Gaja Kesari Yoga - double power Chandra and Guru in kendra to lagna

drishti upon Guru-6 sent by Kuja, Surya, Budha = strong emotional attachment to the role of conflict manager (6)

Guru ruling Visaka lagna has a tolerance for shock, usdden attack, warfare, lightning-strikes

  • "Morality is contraband in war." ~~ M. K. Gandhi. Non-Violence in Peace and War , vol. 1, ch. 268 (1942) www.gandhiserve.org

Guru Mahadasha

  • age 69-78 (decease) = 1939 - 1948

  • era of peak worldwide reputation and respect at a time of great conflict Guru-6 conflict Mesha bloodlines, invasions = occupies the emotionally dignified , social-ordering, leadership-seeking; 10th-from-Chandra

  • Guru occupies bhava-6 suggesting a multiplication of health challenges, enemies, accusations, remedies for injury, victims, exploitation, disagreement, and criminal litigations illness, poverty, and fighting manifested is a spectacular variety of forms.

  • Brihaspati rules 2-5 from Vrischika lagna ++ 6-9 from Azlesa Chandra-Rahu

  • Guru-6 brings large-scale conflicts
  • Generous Guru rules Meena-5 politics Karakamsha .

1939 as WW-2 breaks out in Europe, and India gets dragged into the war by its ruler Britain, without a national vote of its own. Gandhi designs and asserts the Quit India platform as the only remaining solution to the extensive problems created during centuries of British colonial injustice.


Zukra * svadu-karaka (sweet) * kalatra-karaka (wife)

lagnesha for Thula radical lagna

  • Zukra-Vanika * swakshetra * appreciation of negotiation * taste for balanced color schemes * attracted to beautiful designs * enjoys the company of designers * prefers adjustable partners * pleased by brokerage * equable alliances * artfully arranges agreements * bargains sweetly * harmonious mediation * match-making for equity * aesthetic of the fair-trade deal
  • Zukra-12 * seeks imaginative pleasure * private sensuality * values spiritually guided partnership * gracefully intuitive feminine-figures * agreeable sleep * visions of contemplative harmony * enjoys beautiful sanctuaries * aesthetic designs to adorn the feet * likes meditations * appreciation of Other Worlds * attracted to quiet spaces * in a husbandly nativity, wife-figure may hail from a distant land
  • Zukra-yuti-Mangala * sweetened conquests * gracious competition * appreciation for pioneering innovation * aesthetic of sporting interactions * proactive negotiations * musical brother-figure * competitive contracts * accommodating sexuality * prefers relationships with energetic partners
  • Zukra-yuti-Budha * sweetened messages * gracious explanations * talented in singing-songwriting * articulate negotiations * advocates for reasoning process * talkative feminine-figures * pleasant conversations * bargaining for business * sibling-cohort communicative harmony * enjoys the company of students * detailed contracts * prefers logical arrangements

Zukra occupies the emotionally stable, protected, schooled, comfortable, customary 4th-from-Chandra

Justice-seeking Zukra in shocking Visaka

  • "An unjust law is itself a species of violence. Arrest for its breach is more so." ~~ M. K. Gandhi. Non-Violence in Peace and War , vol. 2, ch. 150 (1949) www.gandhiserve.org

Zukra vyayapathi ++ bhava-12 contains Budha-yuti-Mangala

  • Papa-kartari yoga = three graha in 12 indicating prison, distant lands, and meditation = hemmed in by Surya-11 + Shani-1 .
  • Zukra rules bhava-12 = Arudha of Karma Bhava = Karmaa Pada = public impression imagery of leadership authority is framed in retreat, sanctuary, meditation, private guidance, behind-the-scenes energies

Zukra = equity, mutuality, and fairness in dealings

The communicative and active abilities of Budha and Mangala are guided by negotiating, adjusting, balanced, equable, justice-seeking Zukra. However, with all three of these skilled negotiators residing in bhava-12, most of the detailed bargaining work is conducted invisibly, behind-the-scenes.

Satygraha 1869-1948 Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi was never afraid to say what needed to be said, and to whomever the message needed to be addressed, regardless of their rank or level of worldly power.

At birth, the bala (weight) of Gandhi's Zukra would have shown his family's Jyotisha-adviser that this child was destined for some role in negotiation of trade and judicial settlements. Also it would be clear that the child's path while bumpy at times (Shani-1 obstacles) would ultimately be a success for society. Gandhi's law practice (Zukra) failed commercially, but his life was a brilliant success for social justice causes around the world. The higher calling of Zukra = optimal: fairness for all parties


Shani * duro-karaka (endurance) * jara-karaka (years)

  • Shani-Vrizchika * heavy old secrets * obliged to uncover the camouflaged realities * burdened by responsibility for mass transformation * must regulate the occult identity changes * must explore masked trauma * must resist self-destruction * mandatory recycling * bodily stress zone = ovaries + testes + anus * imposes strict confidentiality rules * cautiously exposes hidden knowledge * must regulate the threat of disaster * must work with sudden eruptions * must accept the healing systems of elder shamans * respects the slow-moving cycles of proletarian revolution * scarce healing resources
  • Shani in Bhava-1 * steady time-structured personality * mature conduct * must produce under pressure * strictly orderly movement * regimented appearance * social pushback against dynamic change * tense competition * muscular fatigue * required activity drills * chronically impeded self-expression * bodily seizures * identified with heavy responsibility * resistance to independence * often looks older * lives to work * elders preserve class-conscious identity.

Shani -2occupies the emotionally political, dramatic, game-playing, creative 5th-from-Chandra

Disciplining, mature, sober Shani drishti upon

  • bhava-3 communications, announcements, planning
  • bhava-7 alliances, deals, bargains
  • bhava-10 leadership authority, law= austerity in the circumstances of leadership .

Shani-1 simple appearance, frugality, scarcity, brown and dark colour.

Satygraha 1869-1948 Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi wore an iconic uniform of simplest homespun khadi. (Shani). His physical appearance was bony, slender, and plain.

Shani-1 gave Gandhi a workhorse personality (1). Shani induces a fear of scarcity wherever He resides. Typical of Shani-1 folk, Gandhi regularly practiced behaviors which ensured that He was right on the verge of exhausting his reserves of lifeforce physical energy and therefore dying. However despite all the dangers, all the hunger strikes, all the self-deprivation, and all the disease factors emitting from Guru-6, Gandhi lives until age 78 when he was assassinated by gunshot and died within 30 minutes


Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka (ambition) * picchala-karaka (slippery)

  • Rahu-Karkata * shimmering illusion of security * craving for customary rhythms * risky policing * ambitious home-building * mask of ancestral belonging * extravagant loyalty to the homeland * tantalizing defenses * over-reaching patriotism * fabulous farms * exceptional fisheries * grandiose gardens * fascinating ethnic routines * marvelous localities * intriguing owned properties * extraordinary cetaceans * seeks special importance via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) attributes of caretaking * seeks privilege via caretaker parent-roles
  • Rahu in bhava-9 * passion for preaching * in swabhava of Saptarishi Guru, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous guidance * thrilling theory * dazzling dharma * outsider who cleverly insinuates into patriarchal roles * seeks importance via sacred teachings * fantastic philosophy * compulsive catechesis * zealous proselytism * intriguing ideology * ambitious father-figures * extraordinary professors * barrier-breeching guru-figures * culturally-mixed worldview * poseur of high catechism * shimmering illusion of sangha * fabulous faith community * surreptitious appropriation of priesthood * may appear as a wisdom-purveyor * smoky specter of principled understanding * extravagant globalism * trespasses cultural boundaries of patronage * fabulous fatherhood * opportunistic third marriage (if any) * social mobility via paradigms of belief
  • Rahu-yuti-Soma * amplified emotion * magnified familiarity * exotic habits * tricky routines * opportunistic mother * fascinating (but perhaps illusory) appearance of sympathetic caretaking * hypnotic rhythms * emotionally attuned to cross-cultural mixing

Rahu amplifies the non-surrendering patterns of Chandra in Azlesa-Naga * soothed by restraining embrace * guards the ethno-cultural environment * needs familiar folk narratives

Rahu in bhava-9 + swakshetra Karkata Chandra = dramatic rise to popular guidance roles, under barrier-bending, taboo-twisting , illicit, or culturally irregular (Rahu) circumstances.

Chandra-yuti-Rahu indicates sympathetic affection for polluted outcastes (Rahu Mix-Master), and expedient utilization of that recognizable familiarity to assuage one's own privilege-seeking desire to be recognized as an Important Guidance Figure (Rahu-9)

Rahu Mahadasha * age 51.1 until age 69.1

Rahu-Rahu swabhukti is especially intense for Rahu-9 = , exposing the native 's beliefs, worldview, and philosophical principles to the public eye.

Diverse guidance roles involving Mix-Master mottling interactions with outsiders, foreign elements, Other belief paradigms and doctrines


Ketu * * kavandha-karaka (headless) * chidra-karaka (gaping) * vasana-karaka (vacuum)

lagnesha * co-ruler of Vrischika radical lagna

  • Ketu-Makara - Draco * formally dissociates from strict regulations * dissolves caste hierarchy * meaningless rules * vacuous laws * walks away from social authority positions * severance from executive roles * not limited by public protocol * ignores conventional structure * disregards class barriers * releases a cold blue cloud of institutional order into the misty abyss
  • Ketu in classroom-3 * eccentric communications * disinterested in daily chat * writes on foggy abstract topics * dissolves messaging boundaries * implausible prophecy * wandering discussions * can handle esoteric information * irrelevance of normal mental narrative * abandons management tasks * dismisses the standard explanations * disregards conventional discourse * unless other graha in 3, may prefer to live free from younger siblings

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