Members of the Founding Fathers Group
"When governments fear people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny."
Thomas Jefferson painted by Rembrandt Peale in 1805
1801-1809 * POTUS-03
1797-1801 VPOTUS under POTUS-02 Thoughts on Government 1735-1826 John Adams
1789-1794 * USA Secretary of State
1785-1789 * USA Minister to France
1779-1781 * Governor of Virginia
Earthbody-Exit 04-July-1826 (age 83)
USA Sec'y State + founder of University of Virginia * POTUS-03 = 1801 until 1809 * Thomas Jefferson 1743-1826
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Jefferson * tentatively rectified by BP Lama
charts + graphs + tables = produced by Shri Jyoti Star * adapted by BP Lama
For Azlesa births of a masculine valence, the condition of conversational, discursive, explanatory, instructional, argumentative, commercializing, evangelical Kumara may considerably affect the outcome.
For those born into the Budha-ruled paradigm of Uraga, siblings, cousins, schoolmates, bandmates, team-mates, entourage, ensemble, neighbors, managers, cohort, coterie, collaborative group, publishers, messengers, merchants, commercial agents, reporters, writers, scripts, plans, schedules, instructions, radio-television-internet, news-media, conferences, committees, discussions, travel itineraries, and texts may be especially influential.
Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Hydra. Their purpose is to hold securely, twist, and control.
Call to Roots
Budha-ruled Asresas are typically storytellers. They are protective, parentally concerned, emotionally responsive communicators .
Intensely patriotic and often xenophobic, Naga-born harken to the old ways, the familiar rhythms, the folk stories which bind an ethnic people to their roots. Azresa have a particular genius for evoking ethnic narratives and ancient resentments.
Azresa have a particular genius for evoking ethnic narratives and ancient resentments.
Emotionally engaged and gesturing (Budha) in their messaging style, Hydra-born are often accomplished writers in literary genre ranging from political speech-scripters to parenting advice to folktale raconteurs. They specialize in tropes of root-culture, customs and habits, protection of the genetic stock, stabilization of the place of settlement, and defense of a way of life.
Bhujamaghabha speak the stories of a people in their land. It is the tale of a beginning in the watery mists, travel by ship, the struggle to farm and build, the cry for protection of a parental god, and finally the rooted possession of their place. They are natural environmentalists who prefer conversations about parenthood, ritual worship and holidays, food and farms, schools, roads and housing, with an emphasis on ensuring continuity of culture. Depending upon the condition of parental Chandra, Azlesa fathers may bind their children closely.
In leadership roles, the Naga-born may communicate in a swaying, hypnotic jargon, talking in the familiar folk style, appealing to the base layers of the society, recalling an ancient past. Their sentimental audience is rapt with feeling. Their rhetoric is soothing, repetitive, simple, and homey, like a parental lullaby, soothing the baby's cries.
Once lulled, the Naga's quarry may be bound and captured, lashed to the safe place. It is a bondage ritual, repeated to ensure that nourishment can continue and ethnic customs can repeat in an unbroken, rhythmic flow.
Asresas-born may be found in socially powerful messaging roles. They come to prominence when a tribe is weakened at the root and feeling vulnerable. An ancient racial narrative is invoked. This storyline may beseech a people to strap themselves to the land and waters which give sustenance. Its clarion call rallies the fyrd, the farmers' army, the simple folk's defense of their habits, their sustenance. To this place they are bound by hunger, by vulnerability, by a need for protection.
Themes of tight bindings, holding to roots, emotional restraint, and defense of ancient folkways may contextualize Naga's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Azlesa.
QUOTATION from: Shil-Ponde.(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 82.
"Outstanding characteristic of these people
They are awkward and gauche in their manners
This attitude militates against success in life
These people should live less introspectively
They should cultivate the habit of doing things for others."
Biographical events matched to the
Vimshottari Dasha calendar |
Thomas Jefferson, age 48 in the year 1791
13-Apr-1743 Earth-birth in Shadwell, Colony of Virginia, British America * Chandra-Rahu bhukti
Aug-1757 (TJ age 14) grieved the decease of father * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti * Rahu-yuti-Surya
1761 received substantial inheritance (TJ age 21) * Rahu-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 9-fortunes
01-Jan-1772 exchanged the vows of marriage with the widow Martha Skelton * Rahu-Zukra bhukti
1774 TJ receives second very large inheritance from estate of wife's father. TJ retires from law practice to concentrate on politics * Rahu-Mangala bhukti * Kuja-1 rules 5-bhagya, delightful fortunes
1775-76 Principal author of USA Declaration of Independence * Guru-Guru swabhukti * Guru rules Budha-9 philosophical documents
31-Mar-1776 grieved the decease of mother * Rahu-Mangala bhukti * chidra-dasha * Mangala rules 2nd-from-matribhava-4
1779 elected Virginia Governor * 1779-1781 * Governor of Virginia * Guru-Shani bhukti * Shani rules-7 advising, counsel, negotiation
06-Sep-1782 grieved the decease of wife-1, Martha Skelton * Guru-Ketu bhukti
1789 (TJ age 46) begins common-law marriage with Martha Skelton's younger sister, quadroon Sally Hemmings * Guru-Rahu bhukti * Rahu culture barrier-bending
1789 begins service as USA Secretary of State * served 1789-1793 * Guru-Rahu bhukti * Rahu culture mixing
Feb-1797 elected VPOTUS under George Washington (served 1797-1801) * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha rules-3 administration, correspondence, management
1819 founded University of Virginia (TJ age 76) * Budha-Mangala bhukti * Kuja rules 5-scholarship + 10-public institutions
04-July-1826 (TJ age 83) Earthbody-Exit * Budha-Shani bhukti * Shani rules-7
Distinctive Features of the Nativity
Uttama-Surya-Azvini ++ Zukra-Krittika ++ Rahu-Krittika = occupy Mangala's rashi in governance-kendra-10.
MARRIAGE partnership support expectations
Chandra-ravana the listener in bhava-7 suggests expert diplomacy (7) due to emotional (Chandra) attunement to the balance of interests.
Chandra gains extraordinary strength. for diplomacy and relationships
Whitehouse Hostess = POTUS-pair-04 hostess 1768-1849 Dolley Madison
Zukra-yuti-Rahu * D-1 and D-9 * barrier-bending alliances
Martha Skelton Jefferson was a widow when she married TJ. Widowhood was a common situation in the 1700's. It was considered to have mixed (Rahu) benefits. While a widow might bring extra children into the marriage, she might also bring her deceased husband's assets.
The more vivid taboo-bender woman (Zukra) would be Martha's half-sister, Sally Hemmings. Due to her one-quarter African ancestry, Sally was a quadroon. Although she was educated and a member of the household, Sally was still a slave.
rogesha-6 servitude exploitation + Dharmesha-9 global humanism = Guru-Simha * expansion of intelligence, inclusive generosity of political will yet servitude and unbalanced contracts
Recently gaining more credibility via genetic testing of the Hemmings line and historical research, after 250 years of suppression, there is more than anecdotal evidence that enslaved Sally Hemmings was Jefferson's long-suffering common law wife.
Sally was 25 years younger than Martha Skelton. Sally was the same age as Jefferson's elder daughter Martha Jefferson. Sally accompanied TJ and his daughter to France during TJ's long diplomatic missions there. It is asserted that Sally and TJ's sexual relationship began in France and continued stateside, where Hemmings eventually bore Jefferson six additional children.
It was customary for owners to free their household slaves via their final legal Last Will And Testament. Dying indebted,TJ did not grant freedom to any of his slaves * except six individuals (understood to have been his six children). However, Azlesa TJ never granted manumission to Sally. She died a slave.
TJ's powerful yogakaraka Mangala-1 =
TJ would have needed physical, muscular, sexual, and combative movements to accomplish all that history attests.
Vidyapthi-5+karmesha-10 atmakaraka Kuja
Mangala in bhava-1 produces characteristics of physical courage (1), political, literary, charismatic, and dramatic energy (5) and dynamic institutional leadership (10).
TJ = a very active man He was a combative agent for change with a philosophical, humanistic orientation. The social identity which marks his life's work is directly adversarial and enormously capable of risk (Rahu in rashi of Kuja) especially involving travel by sea.
Azlesa character is often toxic and extortionist in nature. When Azlesa-Mangala occupies the lagna, both the extraordinary virtues of yogakaraka Kuja AND the unsavory tendencies of Azlesa-the-Squeezer = amplified.
Mixed Outcomes = nichha-yogakaraka Mangala-1
Among the political, legal, and financial leadership of his era, Mangala-driven young Jefferson was considered a bit of a loose cannon.
TJ's enthusiasm and vision were welcomed, but his combative personality was often a liability.
POTUS-04 USA-Constitution 1751-1836 James Madison noted TJs propensity to tell "large stories" -- especially those which served to promote TJ's self-image as a superman polymath genius.
TJ was a hero writer of the extremely innovative and bold USA Constitution. He was a friend to the Euro-American Enlightenment philosophical cohort.
A notable polymath of his era, TJ was spectacularly talented political philosopher, architect, writer, and statesman, inter alia.
Brilliant but Aggressive in his political and sexual behaviors.
TJ was a nasty adversary and incriminating gossiper. He was an exploiter of his slavery-bound second wife. He was a vicious enemy to those he targeted, and his relentless attacks on key members of the Founding Fathers group - specifically, Adams and Hamilton -- may have significantly harmed the fledgling nation.
Budha-Meena-9 signals TJ's lifelong engagement with higher education. Founder of the University of Virginia.
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
Rahu in bhava-10 = dramatic rise to leadership roles, under barrier-bending, taboo-twisting , law-bending, illicit, or culturally irregular (Rahu) circumstances.
Rahu in bhava-10 is often a glass-ceiling crasher, able to break gender-race-age barriers in conservative professional roles. May challenge conventional standards in the style of ascendancy to the high ranking institutional governance positions.
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka * vasana-karaka (vacuum)
Ketu in Bhava-4 = one is rarely at home due to Rahu-10-related ambitions for high visibility social privilege. For extended periods of time in mid-life, TJ was gone from home for years without relief, due to his diplomatic and governance assignments.
Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C.
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