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Members of the Founding Fathers Group

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John Quincy Adams in 1819

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1831-1848 * US Congressmember from Massachusetts

1825-1829 * POTUS-06

1817-1825 USA * USA Secy of State

under POTUS-05 Monroe Doctrine 1758-1831 James Monroe

1815-1817 * US Minister to United Kingdom

1809-1814 * US Minister to Russia

1803-1808 * US Senator from Massachusetts

1797-1801 * US Minister to Prussia

1794-1797 * US Minister to Netherlands

Founding Father

John Quincy Adams

Earth-birth Saturday-11-July-1767

dematerialization 23-Feb-1848 (age 81)


"His talents were far greater than his desire to serve."


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1825-1829 * POTUS-06-partner

harpist

Louisa Adams

a.k.a. Louisa Catherine Johnson

Earth-birth Sunday-12-Feb-1775

dematerialization 15-May-1852 (age 77)

Nativity of Louisa Catherine Adams

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POTUS-06 = 1825 until 1829 + international statesman diplomat * John Quincy Adams * 1716-1848

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

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

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities

Krittika-Agneya * Pleyades * Riksya


BPL commentary

For Krittika births of a masculine valence, the condition of radiant, romantic, intelligent, creative, idealistic, central, confident, gaming, self-reflexive, pitrikaraka Surya may considerably affect the outcome.

For those born into the splendidly Surya-ruled paradigm of Riksya, father-figures, politicians, celebrity, royalty, entitled roles, brilliant dramatists, radiant deities, sparkling genius, glittering creativity, intelligentsia, speculators, poets, romantic lovers, gamblers, and game-players may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of the Pleyades. Their purpose is confidence-raising and light-bringing in creative pursuit of values fulfillment.


Radiant Certainty

Agneya-born gentlemen are often found in politics, in gambling and speculation, or in creative finance. Natural dramatists, Riksya-born are brightly idealistic and self-directed seekers of attention.

Mesha pada 1 represents nakshatrapathi Surya's empowerment in romance and celebrity entitlements. In the rashi of Champion Mangala, sparkling Surya asserts radiant genius. Typically pada 1 are dramatists, politicians, royalty, celebrity, creative artists, and unique charismatic figures.

Vrishabha - Urisha-pada-2-3-4 express the tension between two-party bargainer Zukra versus one-party autocratic singular nakshatrapathi Surya. Often the intelligence of pada 2-3-4 is focused into the Values-fulfilling sectors of banking and finance, natural resource conservation, music, wines and perfumes, arts, and beauty. Depending on Yogakaraka Shani ruler of 9+10, the Vrishabha pada of Krittika have a stronger propensity toward government positions.

Themes of self-importance, individual entitlement, creativity, and confidence may contextualize Krittika's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Krittika - Pleyades

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 80


"A proud, dignified, and honorable person

  • - an executive type.

He is very ambitious and eager for power

  • and has the ability to achieve his desires.

He has an innate sense of the importance of his destiny .

He expects everything to come to him as his due

  • and usually gets what he sets out to obtain ."


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John Quincy Adams painted by John Copley

Biographical Events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha


Surya Mahadasha * age birth until 1.7

11-July-1767 Earth-birth in Braintree, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British America * Surya-Budha bhukti


Chandra Mahadasha * age 1.7 until age 10.7


Mangala Mahadasha * age 10.7 until age 17.7


Rahu Mahadasha * age 17.71 until age 35.7

20-July-1787 (JQA age 20) earned B.A. diploma from Harvard College * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti

1787-1789 studies law in office of attorney in Newburyport * Rahu-Rahu swabhukti

1790 (JQA age 22) licensed to practice Law, begins working in Boston lawcourts * Rahu-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 9-jurisprudence

26-Jul-1797 (JQA age 30) exchange of marriage vows with Louisa Catherine Johnson* Rahu-Zukra bhukti

12-Apr-1801 celebrated the birth of child-1 * Rahu-Surya bhukti * Surya putrapathi

Mar-1803 elected to USA-Senate * Rahu-Mangala chidradasha * Kuja lagnesha


Guru mahadasha * age 35.7 until age 51.7 (1804-1820)

1809 (JQA age 42) begins five-year service as Minister to Russia (until 1814) * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 10th navamsha

1817-1825 begins 8-year service as USA Secretary of State * Guru-Rahu chidradasha

28-Oct-1818 (JQA age 51) grieved the decease of mother Abigail Adams * Guru-Rahu chidradasha


Shani Mahadasha * age 51.7 until age 70.7 (1820 until 1839)

Feb-1825 (JQA age 58) after losing the popular election to the slavery-promoting military hero Andrew Jackson, JQA = elected POTUS-06 in an extremely bitter + contentious multiple-count Congressional vote * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha rules Kanya 10th navamsha * Budha-yuti-Mangala-nichha * Budha-yuti-Ketu

04-July-1826 (JQA age 59) grieved decease of father John Adams * Shani-Ketu bhukti

Dec-1828 (JQA age 61) following a bitterly vindictive, viciously accusatory, and defamatory campaign by Andrew Jackson's supporters, JQA lost the 1828 presidential election * Shani-Zukra bhukti


Budha Mahadasha * age 70.7 until decease age 80 (1839 until 1848)

23-Feb-1848 (JQA age 80) dematerialization via cerebral hemorrhage while declaiming on the Congressional debate floor * Budha-Rahu bhukti

Distinctive features of the Nativity


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POTUS-06 American System 1767-1868 John Quincy Adams in 1843

Surya * pitrikaraka * jyotikaraka Atma Karaka

  • Surya-Mithunaya * Mithra * neighbor, companion * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the conversational gesturing rashi of Budha
  • Surya in bhava-3 * center of commerce * mercantile intelligence * smart reports * dramatic instructional delivery * creative descriptions * splendid games of manual-skill * self-referential announcements * admirable handcraft * cinematic genius * smart technology * focus on teamwork * entertaining explanations * administrative entitlements * confident writing * eye on process management * regal messaging * bright center of discourse * brilliant gesturing * father may be a businessman-craftsman-communicator
  • Surya-yuti-Shani * confidently lawful * bright regulator * entitled to impose order * politically intelligent authority-figures * radiantly systematic * sober hierarchical strict father-figure * cautiously orderly expression of the spiritual rays of the Sun * limited entertainments * creatively disciplined

FATHER

Dad = POTUS-02 Thoughts on Government 1735-1826 John Adams.

  • Dad + son both belonged to the group that has been labeled by some historians as Founding Fathers.
  • Surya-yuti-Shani-3 shows JQ Adams' duplication of his father's identity with governance responsibility (Shani) and politics (Surya) in context of the writing of institutional law documents
  • Surya in bhava-3 shows JQA's willpower (Surya) to undertake his father's same burden (Shani) of dealing with the production of a corpus of jurisprudential opinion under great time pressure (Shani) in a highly discursive environment (3).

Surya-yuti-Shani = Administration + Communication + Father + Government

  • Shani-Mithunaya yuti Surya-Mithunaya * Mithunaya = writings, reports, teamwork, meetings, documents, travel itineraries, messaging, publications, commercial business within the context of government

CAREER - SURYA

Surya in bhava-3 rules 5-politics, drama, center-stage roles, amusement, creative literature, children games, showmanship

3rd-from-3rd contains Surya-ruled hyper-political Zukra-yuti-Guru

Firstly as a writer

As vidyapathi-5 located in 11th-from-5th, JQA had the pattern of a successful writer JQA's writing spanned committee reports, letters of correspondence, jurisprudential analysis, speeches, and vitriolic arguments on many topics. .

JQA's writing was prolific (Guru), disciplined (karmesha Shani), and multi-genre (Mithunaya).

His extensive instructions for principled governance, carefully presented, provided a foundational corpus of legal opinion for the infant nation. JQA's writing began when he served as a scribe for his father's European missions, and ended with his death.

Secondly as a diplomat + transformative agent

  • Surya vargottamsha occupies the diplomatic Mithunaya 7th navamsha
  • Surya rules the emotionally cataclysmic, identity-transforming, suddenly changing, potentially catastrophic 8th-from-Chandra = revolutionary conditions
  • 8th-from-Chandra = 3rd-from-3rd = occupied by political-glamour-expanders Zukra-yuti-Guru

Professionalized (Shani Karmesha) Relationship to father

dutiful Shani + pitrikaraka Surya

= managerial, reporting, touring, process-oriented Surya-Mithunaya

Even as a young boy, JQA attended his father John Adams as a diplomatic scribe (3) during the official travels across Europe.

  • As an adult, JQA became a key international diplomat (navamsha-7) arranging alliances via conversation and meetings.
  • JQA drafted countless memoranda of understanding + letters of intent (3)

JQA played crucial roles of international diplomacy essential to the survival of the foundling nation

Most of JQA's colleagues respected that his professional accomplishments were achieved by sustained efforts to impose order upon the political discourse of their chaotic times. JQA's focused mental discipline was known and respected, even by his enemies Surya-yuti-Shani = Mithunaya-3

By 1824, the nation that JQA and his parents had worked so hard to build seemed ready to collapse under pressure of vulgar slavery-promoting frontiersmen, led by JQA's arch-enemy POTUS-07 Indian Removal 1767-1845 Andrew Jackson.

Proletarian Overwhelm

Although he was able to serve one POTUS term until 1828, there was little he could do to stanch the flow of wild-mannered, violent, and often dehumanizing "born to fight" Ulster-Scots immigrants. They were changing the face of the juvenile nation. JQA returned to a seat in the USA-Congress. A staunch abolitionist, JQA was speaking in Congress when he died (cerebral hemorrhage).

Old Crank v 2.0

Less favorably, JQA also perpetuated his father's pattern of conflicted relationships and bitter resentments against rivals. Shani in Bhava-3 is associated with depression. Shani in 8th-from-8th often clings to old resentments, preventing regeneration, and refusing to move forward in life.


Chandra * matrikaraka * garha-karaka

  • Chandra-Makara - Draco * comforted by ritual hierarchical ordering
  • Chandra in Uttara-azadha * soothed by bright visions * protectors of confident conviction * needs intelligent doctrinal structure
  • Chandra in classroom-10 * comfortable with law-and-order * socially recognized protector * parental style of leadership * Familiar Face to the public * sensitive to social protocol * accustomed to regulations * soothed by peak position * acculturated to executive routines * settled into the rhythm of respected roles * feels the repeating pulse of elite status * calmed by climbing hierarchical steps * anchored into lawful responsibility * undulating authority
  • Somana-yuti-Rahu * Emotionally expedient * sensitive to exotic folks * needs exciting opportunities * unconventional parenting style * soothed by unusual environments * undulating desires * craves nurturing * feels exceptional

MOTHER

Somana-yuti-Rahu -10 leadership, reputation, decision-maker

Mom = the estimable POTUS-pair-02 Letters 1744-1818 Abigail Adams .

  • Chandra in classroom-10 rules 4-patriotism
  • Patriotic Parents = social Power-Team
  • AA was a famed writer of literary correspondence on topics of political philosophy and daily life.
  • Her letters kept the fractious Founding Fathers (esp JA and T Jefferson) in steady communication, so that a clear path toward the application of governance principles could be shared by the Leaders
  • Mangala in bhava-4 shows the invasive action of war. Attacks on their house and farm

Abigail Adams is honored as a Founding Father due to her pervasive ideological and discursive influence upon the thought and action of the ruling male cohort (10 rulers).

Somana-yuti-Rahu receives Invigorating, discursive incoming drishti from

  • Kuja-Azresas-4 lagnesha
  • Budha-Azresas-4

Mom = Pragmatic risk-taker, Frugal, Organized, Intrepid Public Figure

Abigail Adams did not enjoy the southern social style of political entertainments in Washington D.C.,. Her New England personality found those activities to be impractical, time-wasting, frivolous.

Yet, during her son's presidential administration, when JQA's wife Louisa Adams was too ill to perform the expected social duties, mom AA traveled by bumpy horse-carriage - several by carriage days on bad roads - from Boston to Washington. At the Whitehouse, mom executed all of the necessary formal entertaining.

Elite Education = Somana-yuti-Rahu rules 4

  • JQA received a similarly structured formal education to that of his father.
  • JQA completed Harvard College age 20, and began a law practice in Boston.

When JQAs was a young boy, father John Adams began taking his young son abroad on European diplomatic missions representing the newly-established USA. JQA served as assistant and scribe.

  • Dad told JQA to prepare to accept the mantle of national leadership, in order to ensure the impact of their moral principles upon the unsteady new nation.

MARRIAGE emotional support partnership

7th-from-Chandra -10

  • Karkata bhava-4 home, caretaking, parenting, security, cultural foundations

the marriage alliance is challenged by

JQA married Louisa Johnson in 1797 in London.

  • Mrs. LJA suffered a range of mental and physical ailments
  • a capable mother who shifted their household internationally, on bad roads, via unreliable shipping, and in miserable weather, many times
  • LJA disliked public roles.
  • The social-mobility handicap that her dislike of public roles created
  • perplexed JQA to the point of despair.
  • JQA held a lifelong series of high-visibility executive and diplomatic roles ++ LJA usually travelled with him
  • yet LJA tended to disconnect.
  • She cared for their children, but her anxieties were debilitating.
  • Nevertheless, Zukra-Singha-5 endows LJA with capacity for musical entertainment. She was a gifted harpist, and widely praised for this delightful asset.

When she was able to travel, JQA's elderly, frail mother Abigail Adams sometimes replaced LJA in social entertaining roles.

  • JQA complained that he had to forego the wifely support which other public men received from their lifepartners.
  • JQA's resentment of these perceived deficiencies only added to the legendary Adams-Family crankiness + complaining.

Despite tensions due to JQA's complaining nature, Louisa's Chandra-Karkata occupies JQA's 7th-from-Chandra = stability of the emotional bond.

  • JQ would have been a rather testy fellow in any case, and Louisa would have needed to develop some strategies for minimizing his impact, such as frail health requiring seclusion.
  • Observers noted that she never neglected her children, and that despite her husband's grousing, Louisa acquitted her social duties by delighting guests with her musical talents.

A difficult marriage nonetheless persists

  • JQA's complaining increased as he aged.
  • Louisa never completely abdicated
  • She always lived with her husband and not separately.
  • She outlived JQA but she did not remarry.

Kuja * bhratru-karaka * virya-karaka

lagnesha for Mesha radical lagna

  • Mangala-Karkata * nichha * active pursuit of security * proactive nourishment * drive toward rooting + settling * vigorous defensive movement * police protector * fence-builder * push toward land ownership * promotes construction of settlements * innovative farming + fishing * energetically ethnic * champion of local cultures
  • Mangala in bhava-4 * promotes local transport * champion of building construction * mechanized vehicles * digs-drills-dives-mines underground * school bully (nichha only) * builds foundational infrastructure * invigorating patriotism * domestic conquests * pursues home ownership * defensive action * moving-shifting household dynamics * energized farming * tillage-plowing-plunder * fights in marine defense * pushy parents * competitive force in the childhood home
  • Kuja-yuti-Budha * vigorous debate * energized explanations * boisterous broadcasting * dynamic reporting * outgoing force joins messaging signal * forward thrusting gestures * competitive speech * forceful writing
  • Kuja-yuti-Ketu * vigorous break-ups * high-energy collapse * fierce pursuit of impermanence * pointless fights * diffused sexuality * dynamic wandering * apathetic brother-figures * potential for aggressive self-annihilation * pushes toward liberation by forceful rebirth
combative Mangala in bhava-4 occupies the equity-seeking, adjustable, diplomatic 7th-from-Chandra

nichha-Mangala in bhava-4 casts contentious, argumentative drishti into

  • 7- marriage, alliance, contractual loyalty = Kuja Dosha
  • 10- leadership, reputation, executive decisions
  • 11 - economics, earnings, social goal achievement

Budha * bandhava-karaka * karaha-karaka * zisya-karaka

  • Budha-Karkata * comfortable communications * hand-arm-shoulders make protective gestures * rhythmic articulation of root culture * discusses ancestral morality * prescriptive routines * argues for foundational stability * describes protective fencing * parochial talk * converses about caretaking * environmental wardens * issues customary pronouncements * delivers land-use information * patriotic declarations * habitually chats about the local settlement
  • Budha in bhava-4 * narrative of cultural roots * skillfully describes parochial routines * delivers ritual instructions * discusses protective parenting * talks in rhythmic comfortable style * analysis of foundational security * conversations about defense * skilled handcraft of fenced shelters * explainer of homeland customs *patriotic slogans * detailed communication about nourishment * team collaboration in farming-and-fishing * transportation scheduling * seasonal planning * familiar sibling conversations
  • 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-Ketu * explainer of impermanence * describes dissociation * articulates the process of dissolution * delivers information to the winds * instructor of impermanence * incoherent conversations * sends prayers to the ineffable * spacey siblings * surrenders the attempt to render a complete message * speaks as the observing Witness * may channel the talkative spirits

Budha in bhava-4 rules professional analytical argumentation = Kanya 10th-navamsha,

managing, conversational Budha in bhava-4 occupies the alliance-buildingequityequity-seeking, adjustable, diplomatic 7th-from-Chandra

USA North vs. South

After nearly two decades working as Minister to Russia and then USA Secretary of State, JQA was convinced that the conflicts between North-and-South could be resolved diplomatically.

Yet, Budha rogesha = slavery, disagreement

  • Budha-yuti-Mangala can be caustic -- in Asresas = can express angry resentment
  • Budha's argumentation = handicapped by the misapprehension and miscommunication = Budha-yuti-Ketu.
  • Bantering Budha is further tasked with ownership of the overworked Surya-yuti-Shani-3 indicating demanding work schedules, intractable ego-bound discussions, a perfectionistic father, and perpetual delays in committee-work

SLAVERY = ABOLITION

Although his ability, insight, and preparation for elite leadership roles was perhaps the best of any POTUS in history, JQA's core issue remained his inability to compromise .

Historians overflow with praise of JQA's written works, which laid much of the jurisprudential foundation of the New Nation. Yet, JQA was unable to impose a clear legislative solution to the toxically divisive problem of slavery.

No-compromise anti-slavery morality

His southern governance colleagues complained that JQA did not understand the financial realities of the southern region's slave-driven large-plantation economy. Yet, JQA sustained his parents' cherished abolitionist (anti-slavery) principles without yielding to the financial arguments.

  • JQA 's response to those who asserted that slaves were essential to good business was to retort that no reason could EVER justify slavery. His northern moralism angered and alienated many of his southern fellows but he would not change (Shani) this stalwart refusal.

Asresas-Budha-yuti-Mangala in mutual drishti with the governance mastermind Somana-yuti-Rahu-Makara-10

  • An unswerving abolitionist for moral reasons (Chandra, parents) JQA refused to accept the argument that slavery was an essential and irreplaceable component of the American economy.
  • However, the majority of Congress and the USA leadership were Southern planters who vigorously asserted the opposite.
  • JQ was generally more successful in foreign diplomatic roles where moral abominations (Chandra) like slavery were not at issue.

In vulgar domestic political debates, Budha-yuti-Mangala-nichha, JQA was often verbally attacked.

during the vicious debates on slavery that plagued his career, JQA had

  • moments of violent anger (nichha-Kuja)
  • moments of logical clarity (Budha)
  • moments of utter apathy (Ketu)

Guru * dhavakaraka * bahuta-karaka

  • Guru-Simha * many lights * big political displays * much drama * doctrine of divine right * expands the scope of unique personality * great splendor * multiple games * diverse theatrical performances * multiple celebrations * romantic permissiveness * self-reflexive worldview * abundant creativity * believes in special entitlements
  • Guru in bhava-5 * much creativity * many intelligences * many entitlements * numerous games * diverse entertainments * many romances * extensive self-glorification * children identified with paradigmatic beliefs * expansion of political display * development of drama * optimistic in speculations * patron of creative performance * in a wifely nativity, husband-figure may be a game-player
  • Guru-yuti-Zukra sodarya-karaka * multiple feminine-figures * permission to make deals * abundant pleasures + treasures * expansion of art + music * optimistic diplomatic philosophy * large-scale alignments * broad scope of partnerships * diverse financial arrangements

Guru optimism rules Dhanuzya swamsha

Zukra-yuti-Guru resides in the revolutionary, secretive, camouflaged, confidential, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra

Guru in bhava-5 rules

  • 9 - doctrine, ideology, beliefs, globalism, sacred teachings, credenda
  • 12-distant lands, privacy, under-the-table deals, cloak of invisibility

Enlightenment Philosophy

JQA's social doctrine and political philosophy were highly politicized due to Guru-Simha.

  • Like his father before him, JQA wanted the United States of America to be anchored in principles of legal justice,
  • including a concept of inalienable human rights
  • which eradicated the possibility that humans could be legally categorized as property.

Guru mahadasha * age 35.7 until age 51.7 (1804-1820)

JQA generally liked his career during his Guru Mahadasha.

Entitled, bright Guru-Simha with accommodating, diplomatic Zukra-Singha kept him traveling in the gracious salons of Europe = Guru rules 12-distant lands .

  • While living in European capitals, JQA had access to universities (Guru). \
  • Living in a series of embassy houses, entertaining the era's thought leaders and entrepreneurs of progressive viewpoint
  • He participated in the intellectual-political culture of Enlightenment global humanism.

As soon as Shani Mahadasha began, JQA returned to USA to be POTUS-06. Almost immediately, the visionary inclusivity of Guru was oppressed by the harsh realities of Shani.


Zukra * svadhu-karaka * kalatra-karaka

  • Zukra-Singha * appreciation of regal confidence * likes admiration * enjoys applause * prefers creative partners * attracted to artistic performers * bargains to play radiant central roles * delighted by celebrity * charmed by romantic pleasures * pleased by dramatic display * brightly theatrical arrangements
  • Zukra-5 * seeks pleasure via refined gaming * enjoys center-stage beauty * creative feminine-figures * pleasing children * talented students * delights in financial speculation * political grace * aesthetic designs to adorn the heart * graceful solar plexus * dramatic relationships * sweet celebrity romance * delights in fine arts * appreciation of entitlements
  • Zukra-yuti-Guru * sweetened expansions * gracious diversity * appreciation for philosophical doctrine * adjustable catechism * numerous negotiations * humanistic agreements * generous beauty * balanced patronage * broad viewpoint on matters of equity + justice * arrangements according to priestly paradigm of belief

Zukra-55-Simha- rules-Simha- rules

  • 7-diplomacy, marriage, arrangements, deal-making
  • 2-finance, dynastic family kutumbha bhava-2 , genetics, food, values-fulfillment, banking, music, song

Zukra-yuti-Guru-5 = a political-diplomatic powerhouse

  • JQA hailed from the infamous Adams Family
  • which produced a remarkable mix of guiding ideologues (Guru) and diplomats (Zukra)
  • The family included many inspirational and influential national leaders

Zukra-5 occupies shad-ashtakua 6/8 from Rahu

tricky circumstances of meeting the wife-figure

JQA was introduced to his wifeJQA was introduced to his wife Louisa Johnson in London (Guru rules 12 distant lands) where JQA was working as a diplomat (Zukra) on behalf of the baby-nation USA.

  • JQA believed (12, imagination) that Louisa was the daughter of a prosperous London merchant.
  • Louisa's father was supposedly an émigré American living in London whose treasuries (2) + relationships (7) would offer a considerable advantage to JQA's international career.
  • JQA's father John Adams encouraged JQA to marry Louisa with all due haste (hasty Budha-yuti-Ketu).

Being of marriageable age, Louisa appeared at several parties. Without checking his facts (Guru rules dreamlike 12) JQA asked for her hand in marriage (7).

The offer was instantly accepted.

  • ver-reaching information * Rahu occupies 6/8 from Zukraa

26-Jul-1797 (JQA age 30) exchange of marriage vows with26-Jul-1797 (JQA age 30) exchange of marriage vows with Louisa Catherine Johnson* Rahu-Zukra bhukti

  • Unfortunately, the blurry impressions of 12 were soon clarified.
  • Louisa's father had been on a downward slide in business.
  • Louisa's father was in fact an impoverished London merchanttwhose speculative investments in American enterprises had failed.whose speculative investments in American enterprises had failed.
  • Dad was not a financially privileged man nor much well-liked.
  • Later historians have opined that he may have suffered a personality disorder which involved lying (Rahu 6th-from = criminal exaggeration.).
  • There was no financial advantage to the alliance. In fact, JQA felt his wife and in-laws to comprise an unfair burden of personal responsibility.

JQA believed himself to have been tricked by misleading insinuations


Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka

  • Mrigashira - Shani-Mithunaya * tiresome old documents * resists new explanations * must conform to management hierarchy * must maintain orderly communications * rigid process handling * heavy old discussions * obligatory scripted conversations * inflexible instructions * must endure proletarian talk * slow elderly messengers * structural compression upon hand-arm-shoulder * restricted breathing * insufficient team cooperation * must continue old collaborations * scarce information resources
  • Shani in Bhava-3 * steady time-structured dialogue * heavy responsibility for business * obstructionist younger siblings * disciplined handwork * required writing * must message * obliged to explain * cautious instructions * orderly teamwork * tense interactions * communicative fatigue * chronic sadness * pressure against free announcements * mental depression due to old, repeating thoughts * may limit the hearing * tight time management * regulated schedules * elders preserve materialistic mentality
  • Shani-yuti-Surya * social resistance to individual creativity * pragmatic politics * class-conscious father * limited unearned entitlements * delayed (but not denied) romance * conventionalized theatrical displays * restrained flamboyance * disciplined intelligence * cautious willpower * socially-approved expressions of divine brilliance

economics and market systems,

Shani drishti to 5-ppolitics, entitlements

When the Adams Family needed to cooperate within the morally lax southern-dominated leadership cohort, they were often mocked as puritanically Northern abolitionists = comically preachy and rigid (Shani) from the Southern perspective.

Shani in Bhava-3 = Management Administration Committee-work

  • Shani-Mithunaya 3 = an enduring stream of meetings, administrative details, and literary correspondence (3)
  • Shani in Bhava-3 = obstructionist Congress (3-congress, parliament, discussion, salon).

Shani in Bhava-3 manufacturing, factories * North vs. South (again)

In planning for the nation's economic development, JQA promoted the manufacturing systems (3) of New England and the northern states.

  • JQA's writings and public talks appealed to the freeholding northern voting base of manufacturers + small-farmers.
  • However, his abolitionist planning was hated by the southern slave-dependent planters (4) such as POTUS-03 Declaration of Independence 1743-1826 Thomas Jefferson.

JQA faced legendary problems with his wife's family

Wife's father = 9th-from-7th-from-Chandra = Meena-12 hallucinations

  • Louisa's father was a financial speculator whose misjudgment put him in chronic danger of severe consequences for unpaid debt.
  • The Johnson in-laws also had various mental and physical illnesses, which JQA had to deal with.
  • Despite JQA's complaining, Louisa remained staunchly loyal (Shani) to her father and her siblings

Shani Mahadasha * age 51.7 until age 70.7 (1820 until 1839)

JQA was elected POTUS-06 during Shani-Budha bhukti.

  • He expressed great reluctance and dissatisfaction with this ultimate duty.
  • tainted by the vulgarity of (soon to be) Jacksonian Democracy
  • It seemed less and honor and more a heavily obstructed task (3 task).
  • JQA often remarked that his earlier European career had been much more intelligent, politically meaningful, and balanced. (Guru + Zukra-Simha)

Shani abolitionism wins (eventually)

Like all things governing by Delay-Master Shri Shani, JQA's unmovable abolitionist stance took a long time to bear political fruit.

  • Yet in 1865 - forty years after JQA's presidency- a Constitutional Amendment was passed which finally freed the slaves.
  • Eventually JQA's political philosophies and jurisprudence were fully implemented.
  • During the administration of POTUS-16 Emancipation 1809-1865 Abraham Lincoln, human slavery was finally eradicated.

JQA endured a lifetime of polarizing catalysis from his same-age adversary, POTUS-07 Indian Removal 1767-1845 Andrew Jackson

  • JQA's bitter opponent and successor Andrew Jackson was vigorously pro-slavery . Jackson staunchly denied the vile insinuation that the slaves had human rights.
  • Jackson and his parochial supporters made vile accusations against JQA, who was simply appalled at their rudeness and had no defenses against the ruffians.
  • The vulgarity of Jackson's administration (3) was so extreme that many educated observers despaired of decency ever being restored.
  • It was a dark time in American politics.

Shani Mahadasha = heaviest workload + most exhausting duties

Shani is not combust.

The beginning of the Shani mahadasha marked a sustained 19-year bhukti of overwhelming responsibilities.

  • During Shani-Shani swabhukti JQA was elected for a single term of POTUS-06.
  • During Shani-Ketu bhukti, his father died (JQA age 59)
  • in subsequent Shani years, JQA returned to the USA Congress and continued to work against slavery until he died, on the debating floor of Congress, in 1848. Eighteen years later (Rahu cycle) in 1864, Abraham Lincoln would finally abolish American slavery only a few months before his assassination.

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

  • Rahu-Makara - Draco * shimmering illusion of dignity * craving for social status * mirage of legitimate authority * mask of hierarchy * over-reaching acts of institutional leadership * fascinating ascent to respected position * unorthodox methods of social ordering * extraordinary claims to statutory jurisdiction * extravagant elitism * thrilling seniority * seeks special importance via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) attributes of responsible governance * bossy pretense * seeks privilege via regulator-roles
  • Rahu in bhava-10 * passion for leadership power * in swabhava of Sober Shani, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous executive decisions * thrilled by iconic status * craves symbolic importance * hungers for regulatory authority * outsider who cleverly insinuates into lawful governance * cleverly challenges official rules * mesmerizing ascent to high social status * may pose as a boss * shimmering smoky illusion of legitimate power * trespasses cultural limits of old hierarchies * boundary-breeching hunger for commanding roles * ambition for elite rank * desires to hold a respected position * opportunistic climb to top of the corporate pyramid * culturally-mixed reputation * ambition of the father's family
  • 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

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

  • Ketu-Karkata * calmly dissociates from foundational habits * surrenders material security * placidly empty shelters * disregards conventional caretaking * not limited by customary routines * ignores restriction on farming-and-fishing * surrenders property ownership * forgives the ancestors * releases a soothing pink cloud of  ancient rhythms into the misty abyss
  • Ketu in classroom-9 * disinterested in credenda * wandering worldview * disengaged from faith doctrine * disregards theory * liberating philosophy * irrelevance of patriarchal dogma * ambivalence toward conventional convictions * spacey father * weird beliefs * ignores the ordinary understandings * incoherent ideology * unless other graha in 9, may prefer to live free from father-figures
  • Ketu-yuti-Kuja * restless * surrendered championship * abandons fighting * inconsistent actions * disconnected brethren * odd innovations * unsustainable domination * apathetic competitions * peculiar disability * unfulfilled quest * pushes toward impermanence * incomplete births * liberation via vigorous movement
  • Ketu-yuti-Budha * miscalculations * incoherent references * empty talk * unsustainable explanations * irrational statements * chats about non-existent events * spacey sibling-cohort * apathetic evangelism * incomplete details * witty misnomers * vacuous plans * unfulfilled deliveries * illogical messaging * liberation via mental surrender * for commercial nativities, may dissolve the cooperative team

Along with distinguished public leaders, JQA's family included some physically and mentally ill + alcohol addiction, and suicides (Guru rules 12). Challenged family members included

  • the addicted and destructive lapsed-preacher uncle = brother of his mother Abigail Adams
  • the two alcoholic short-lived and near-criminal brothers of JQA
  • JQA's sister suffered from severe marital, health, and financial conflicts
  • JQA's own two alcoholic, suicidal sons.

Two of JQA's sons died before their age 30 due to alcoholism and depression.

JQA expressed little sympathy toward their suffering = Ketu in 7th-from-Chandra. He interpreted his sons' self-destructive traits not as emotional wounds, but rather as moral failings.

  • JQA privately expressed frustration and even contempt toward his wife's (Karkata-4 contains Ketu) invisible ailments and the sickness of his family members.
  • He declared himself unable to aid their distress, as he was too busy with public matters = Chandra-Rahu-10

Ketu occupies the equity-seeking, adjustable, diplomatic 7th-from-Chandra

The Ketu-Budha-Kuja-nichha cluster in bhava-9 created a repeating pattern of articulation, anger, and apathy.

Mangala in bhava-9 * karako bhavo nashto + Ketu surrender.

  • Like his dad, JQA was a brilliant man, but he was not a happy man. JQA like dad was capable of forceful oratory, and ultimately an effective agent of political movement. However, they shared a, odd combination of vindictiveness mixed with apathy.

Ketu-yuti-nichha-Kuja un-binds the typical leashing-and-squeezing of Azlesa Mangala.

  • Most people at the time believed in State's Rights as the basis of the Union
  • JQA could not accept that State's Rights extended to placing people in bondage.

Budha-yuti-Ketu and Ketu-yuti-nichha-Kuja in 12th-from-Zukra suggests that his wife's vitality might be sapped (12) via ongoing mental confusion and emotional trauma.

  • Louisa suffered ongoing and severe anxiety-depressions which often incapacitated her.

Budha-yuti-Ketu and Ketu-yuti-nichha-Kuja in the 7th-from-Chandra suggests that the parents (Chandra) encouragement of his marriage to Louisa resulted from errors in judgment (Ketu-Budha) due to lack of due diligence.

  • The inquiry was incomplete (Budha-Ketu) and nichha-Kuja made the marriage decision seem urgent with emotionally-motivated impulse to act quickly to secure a situation.
  • Kuja-Karka acts decisively to bind and secure.

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POTUS-06 partner 1825-1829 * Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams * 1775-1852

birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisa_Adams * tentatively rectified by BP Lama Jyotishavidya

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

Rising Nakshatra

Feminine Nativities

Hasta - Savitri * Athram


BPL commentary

For Hasta births of a feminine valence, the condition of reflective, sheltering, undulating, rhythmic, routinized, culturally rooted, boundary-defending, security-seeking, nourishing, parental, matrikaraka Chandra may considerably affect the outcome.

For those born into the Soma-ruled paradigm of Pundarikaksa, mother-figures, protectors, guardians, elemental spirits, natural environments, waters, roots, eggs, gardeners, farmers, fisher-folk, caretakers, foundation-builders, police, schoolteachers, parents, providers of nourishment , and defenders of the root culture, may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Corvus. Their purpose = making secure nests to soothe, protect, and nourish the workers.


Careful handling

Savitra-born ladies are often found in the domestic arts, in caretaking and protective roles, or in specialties of nourishment, sheltering, schoolteaching, policing, or local safety. Their purpose is soothing and helping. Typically feminine births in Hasta indicate a comfortable, grounded focus into the home realms including parenting, gardening, and environmental care.

All four pada occur within Kanya rashi. Athram-born thus express the tension between the handy busy-ness of mental, detail-oriented Budha versus the emotionally based, calming routines of non-verbal Chandra.

Known for their skillful handwork, Hasta are found in service professions where daily, parental, repetitive talk is engaged in a routine of protective, sustaining care.

Typically Hasta ladies are home-keepers, kitchen managers, meal-servers, and chefs. They can be social workers, home health nurses, protection officers, schoolteachers, and supervisors of caretaking operations. They shelter and school the most fragile, such as the hungry, the sick and injured, the poor, the young, and the elderly.

Themes of foundational welfare, shelter, support, nourishment, and protective service may contextualize Hasta's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Hasta-Savitra

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 96


"A rather good natured, lazy character with a tendency to bursts of effort.

If work becomes necessary to her comfort,

  • she will tackle any hard task cheerfully

  • and with zest in order to get it done.

But she prefers to be lazy whenever she can.

She is usually buxom in appearance with a rather fat stomach and ample bosom.

A jolly disposition, seldom angry,

  • and quick to forgive any slight or injury or wrong done to her.

She is apt to suffer from chronic rheumatism and piles

and should be careful in her diet;

  • she should never over-eat."


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Louisa Adams painted by Charles Bird King in 1825

Biographical Events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha

Guru mahadasha * age birth until age 2-days

12-Feb-1775 Earth-birth in London, England * Guru-Rahu bhukti * Rahu-12


Shani Mahadasha * age 2-days until age 19


Budha Mahadasha * age 19 until age 36

26-Jul-1797 exchange of marriage vows (LJA age 22) with POTUS-06 American System 1767-1868 John Quincy Adams at All Hallows Barking parish in London * Budha-Zukra bhukti ++ Zukra rules swamsha

12-Apr-1801 celebrated the birth of child-1 * Budha-Chandra bhukti

1802 grieved the decease of her bankrupted father (LJA age 27) * Budha-Mangala bhukti * Kuja rules 12th-from-9th


Ketu Mahadasha * age 36 until age 43

Sep-1811 grieved the decease of mother * Ketu-Ketu swabhukti


Zukra Mahadasha * age 43 until age 63

Feb-1825 husband John Quincy Adams = elected POTUS-06 ( LJA age 50) * Zukra-Mangala bhukti * Mangala rules 8 sudden, unexpected identity changes

09-Jun-1829 suicide of eldest son (LJA age 55) * Zukra-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 12th-from-5th


Surya Mahadasha * age 63 until age 69


Chandra Mahadasha * age 69 until decease age 77

15-May-1852 (LJA age 77) dematerialization * Chandra-Zukra bhukti * Zukra maraka rules-2

Distinctive features of the Nativity

Surya * pitrikaraka * jyotikaraka

* Vimala Yoga

  • Surya-Kumbha * Arka * the radiator * radio * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the linking networked connecting rashi of Shani
  • Surya in bhava-6 * center of sparkling service * brightly conflicted * focus on imbalance * eye on exploitation * charming social worker * poverty entitlements * shines light into broken promises * confident litigation * self-righteous accusations * politics of pollution * intelligence for medicine * smart crimes * dramatizes suffering * gambles with addictions * central roles in conflict zones * bright center of war * father may serve in medicine-military-ministry * or father may be sick-addicted-abusive-poor
  • Surya-yuti-Budha * confidently conversational * bright messenger * entitled to discuss * creatively intelligent sibling-cohort * discursive father-figure * gestures conduct the spiritual rays of the Sun * radiantly descriptive * articulate in drama * skillful game-player * self-confident announcements * talks about ideals * narrative of power-politics * recites love poems * describes divine romance
  • Surya-yuti-Zukra * confidently harmonious * brightly creative bargainer * uniquely intelligent feminine-figures * entitled to pleasures * aesthetic expressions align with the spiritual rays of the Sun * financial politics * graciously creative * dramatic promises * radiantly diplomatic * self-reflexively attractive * father may be artist-broker-arranger
  • Surya-yuti-Ketu * confidently detached * bright observer * entitled to surrender * apathetic toward the spiritual rays of the Sun * creatively intelligent abandonment * disregards patriarchal power * politically disinterested * wandering father-figure * radiantly unconcerned

Surya-Kumbha + the Kumbha-6 cluster occupies the emotionally cataclysmic, identity-transforming, suddenly changing, potentially catastrophic 8th-from-Chandra

FATHER * a powerful mixed influence

  • Surya-yuti-Ketu father's mental health issues
  • her father's complex personality had an unbalancing (6) effect

6 = unfulfilled expectations

Strength of her Ketu afflicting Budha + Zukra + pitrikaraka Surya-Kumbha-6 indicates her father's financial (Zukra) ++ political (Surya) ++ mental-health (Budha issues, along with the complexities of misapprehension and misinterpretation (Ketu-Budha) in Louisa's spoken expression..

The Kumbha-6 cluster occupies the emotionally cataclysmic, identity-transforming, suddenly changing, potentially catastrophic 8th-from-Chandra

  • public association with unpredictable behaviors (8) mental volatility (Budha)
  • Surya rules 12 but Surya also provides the protective Vimala Yoga, allowing Louisa to travel to distant lands in dangerous conditions while avoiding most forms of lasting harm

Chandra * matrikaraka * garha-karaka

  • Chandra-Karkata * swakshetra * comforted by familiar nourishing protections
  • Chandra in Punarvasu * soothed by restoration of abundance * protectors of sensitive wise instruction * needs enriched explanation
  • Chandra in classroom-11 * comfort in networks * calmed by earnings * familiar with fellowship * routine associations * accustomed to distributive systems * settled into community rhythms * acculturated to social participation * needs popularity * feels the repeating pulse of connectivity * soothed by social linkage * undulating friendships

Candescent Chandra in classroom-11 indicates a primary emotional identification with the socialite's role.

JQA' Chandra-Makara occupies her bhava-5 = politics. The marriage was enduring despite JQA;s discontent.

Chandra-11 rules 5th-from-7th, suggesting that emotionally she may have been an agent of family-based fortunes. It is a beneficial angle for marriage.

  • Chandra-Karkata also supports the parenting behaviors of providing shelter, schoolteaching, caretaking, and transport for her birth family and for the family she created with her husband JQA.

Marriage partnership support expectations

Mother-in-law Abigail Adams

There is an obvious bond between the two women with 4th-from-Guru husband's mother = bhava-11 ruled and occupied by family-friendly Chandra-Karkata.

There were difference in their individual personal styles. Louisa being emotionally more flowing while Abigail was more level-headed. Nevertheless the mother-in-law would have been kindly toward her daughter-in-law and the women would have accepted each other into a mutual family..

  • They had similar lifestyle challenges of needing to manage households, children, and social networks
  • They both had husbands whose nation-building work caused constant traveling Guru in bhava-8
  • they both realized how essential was their role in that great enterprise.
  • They were also both strong proponents of women's rights, even in the early 1800's.

Kuja * bhratru-karaka * virya-karaka

* Sarala Yoga

Mangala in bhava-12 rules 8

  • Mangala-Singha * vigorous pursuit of fame * creatively moving political theatre * proactive drama * push toward celebrity entitlement * champion of pageantry * military parades * brilliantly energized celebrations * invigorating parties * charmingly dominating at games * sexually active romance * flamboyant gambling
  • 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-Rahu * thrill of muscular action * competitive ambition * passion to win * fascinating physicality * compulsive drive toward heroic battle * dynamic desires * champion of culture-clash * forward thrust toward opportunity * forceful pursuit of privilege

Budha * bandhava-karaka * karaha-karaka * zisya-karaka

lagnesha

  • Budha-Kumbha * connecting communications * systematic pronouncements * articulation of social-scientific networks * descriptive inter-webbed definitions * diagrams the marketplace linkages * futuristic conversations * messages about communities * discusses economic transactions * explains social participation linkage * large-scale logic * skilled weaving * deft knitting * hands-arms-shoulders make connective gestures
  • Budha in bhava-6 * narrative of detailed complaint * explains toxicity * discusses conflict * medical treatment * military strategy * litigation against unfair deals * itemized argument * precisely specific accusation * treacherous dialog * lectures about servitude * describes broken promises * instructs on ministries of service * talks about injustice * articulately gesturing adversaries * debates about debt
  • Budha-yuti-Surya * amusing explanations * central roles in communication * brightly clear descriptions * dramatic enunciation * confidently delivers instruction * articulation of radiant certainty * political messenger * talkative father-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-yuti-Ketu * explainer of impermanence * describes dissociation * articulates the process of dissolution * delivers information to the winds * instructor of impermanence * incoherent conversations * sends prayers to the ineffable * spacey siblings * surrenders the attempt to render a complete message * speaks as the observing Witness * may channel the talkative spirits
  • Budha-6 parivartamsha Shani-1

Budha-Kumbha + the Kumbha-6 cluster occupies the emotionally cataclysmic, identity-transforming, suddenly changing, potentially catastrophic 8th-from-Chandra

Budha rules bhava-1 Kanya = karakamsha


Guru * dhavakaraka * bahuta-karaka

  • 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-8 * great rejuvenation * many sudden changes * many confidences * faith in rebirth * numerous identity transformations * generous in-laws * extensive tantra * expansion of undisclosed forces * abundance of initiations * many mysteries * regenerative emergencies * hidden teachers * believes in invasive healing * multiple surgeries * in a wifely nativity, husband-figure may be a revolutionary, disaster-responder, or trauma-healer

Guru in bhava-8 rules 4 indicating childhood house moves forced by her father's financial woes ++ JQA's public duties +++ a repeating cycle of scarce resources in the home

Meena-7 public view of marriage = 9th-from-Chandra


Zukra * svadhu-karaka * kalatra-karaka

  • Zukra-Kumbha * appreciation of social networks * likes knitting-knotting * attracted to marketplace revenues * pleased by large-group connectivity * prefers a friendly partner * collectivist arrangements * enjoys regulated systems * sweetly gracious within big crowds * scientific aesthetic * financially balanced economic linkage
  • Zukra-6 * seeks pleasure via self-medication; enjoys exploitive arrangements * addictions * imbalanced equity * feminine employees * attracted to servants * appreciation of enemies * pleasing designs to adorn the lower abdomen * toxicity from sugars * aesthetic of slavery * unfair contracts * relationship injustice * criminal bargains * accepts injustice * accommodates poverty * adjusts to war
  • Zukra-yuti-Surya * balanced roles in drama * appreciation for political display * pleasantly theatrical deal-making * self-focused diplomacy * radiant bright beauty * self-reflexive bargaining * sweetly confident entitlements * negotiating father-figure * intelligent arrangements * focus on trade exchange * self-directed romance * idealistic contracts * enjoys the game of match-making
  • Zukra-yuti-Budha * sweetened messages * gracious explanations * talented in singing-songwriting * articulate negotiations * advocates for students * talkative feminine-figures * pleasant conversations * bargaining for business * sibling-cohort communicative harmony * enjoys the company of students * detailed contracts * logical arrangements
  • Zukra-yuti-Ketu * sweetened surrender * gracious abandonment * attracts vacuous feminine-figures * appreciation for fair terms of dissolution * disoriented negotiations * unconcerned with conventional beauty * empty contracts * apathetic arrangements * impermanent agreements * prefers relationships with spiritual partners

Zukra-Kumbha + the Kumbha-6 cluster occupies the emotionally cataclysmic, identity-transforming, suddenly changing, potentially catastrophic 8th-from-Chandra-Karkata-11


Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka

  • Shani-Kanya * heavy old accusations * obliged to sustain litigious disagreements * rigidly persistent disease conditions * structural compression upon colon + digestive tract * must normalize exploitation * weighty subordinate tasks * hierarchical conditions of enforced servitude * must work within master-slave systems * must respect antiquated physicians * slow-acting remedies * intractable servants * stubborn employees * insufficient pharmacy * must work with dried medications * must continue to minister to the suffering * scarce service resources
  • Shani in Bhava-1 * Structured, orderly, time-conscious personality * One must act under pressure, have to move but slowly, push forward against stiff limitations; cautious, conventional identity; tense competition, muscular fatigue, chronic impeded movement, seizures and cramps. Heavy legacy pressure against free movement. Resistance to new ideas and direct action. Resentment toward constriction of physical appearance. Support for socially-approved dutiful roles, conventionalized identity, and conduct befitting an elder.
  • Budha-6 parivartamsha Shani-1

Shani occupies the Depression Point = 3rd-from-Chandra LJA suffered from severe, lifelong melancholia

Shani in Bhava-1 rules + the Kumbha-6 cluster = the emotionally cataclysmic, identity-transforming, suddenly changing, potentially catastrophic 8th-from-Chandra-Karkata-11

The parivartamsha of Kanya-Shani-1 with Kumbha-Budha-6 offers strengthening endurance (Shani) and capacity to sing, speak, and handle large groups in entertainment settings (Budha-Kumbha yuti Zukra).

This ability served her well over decades of required entertaining of her husband's diplomatic and political associates. .

due to 2nd-from-7th-from-Chandra being bhava-1 personality == in-laws == Shani in Bhava-1.

  • Overall, her emotional interactions with the family of her politically influential parents-in-law John Adams + Abigail Adams would have been stable but with strict rules for behavior,

Shani rules

  • 5-politics, children
  • 6-ailment, disagreement, exploitation

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

  • Rahu-Singha * nichha * shimmering illusion of charisma * craving for attention * extraordinary entertainments * mask of radiant confidence * over-reaching, unique intelligence * marvelous drama *  fascinating entitlements * illusory flash of brilliant gambling * extravagant games * seeks special importance via apparent (but perhaps not authentic) attributes of  brilliant risk-taking * fabulous speculations * glittering political power * seeks privilege via celebrity roles
  • Rahu in bhava-12 * passion for privacy * in swabhava of Saptarishi Guru, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous retreat * culturally mixed interior guidance * outsider who cleverly insinuates into visionary roles * thrilling psychic adventures * seeks importance via enclosures * exciting invisible events * opportunities via mother's beliefs * extraordinary spirits * self-promoting dreams * exceptional results from imaginative research * mesmerizing Other-Worlds * trespasses the cultural boundaries of private inspiration * may pose as a dream-interpreter * may appear as a magician from distant lands
  • Rahu-yuti-Mangala * amplified competition * magnified championship * exotic pursuits * tricky innovation * opportunistic brother-warriors * fascinating (but perhaps illusory) appearance of dynamic energy * hypnotic attack * passion for engines * craves hot movement * invasive force of cross-cultural mixing

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

  • Ketu-Kumbha * sociably dissociates from distribution webs * odd friends * walks away from regulated systems * incomplete nexus * empty profits * dissolves knitting * severed connections * not limited by conventional community * disarrayed ecologies * ignores restriction on futurism * releases a purple cloud of knotted linkage into the misty abyss
  • Ketu in classroom-6 (beneficial)* ungrounded enemies * disregards criminal boundaries * absentee maternal relatives * dissolves limits on medications * ambivalent toward exploitations * disinterested in disagreement * disregards accusations * ignores the physicians * walks away from sickness * abandons suffering * vacuous conflicts * liberation via surrender of guilt-and-blame * unless other graha in 6, may prefer to live free from mother's relatives
  • Ketu-yuti-Surya * uncertain * abandons entitlements * sparkling empty drama * wavering confidence * proudly aloof father * apathetic politics * intellectual disengagement * dispersed vision * avoids power-games * unfulfilled creative genius * half-hearted gambling * charmingly incoherent entertainments * brightly wandering intelligence * liberation via surrendered egocentricity
  • Ketu-yuti-Budha * miscalculations * incoherent references * empty talk * unsustainable explanations * irrational statements * chats about non-existent events * spacey sibling-cohort * apathetic evangelism * incomplete details * witty misnomers * vacuous plans * unfulfilled deliveries * illogical messaging * liberation via mental surrender * for commercial nativities, may dissolve the cooperative team
  • Ketu-yuti-Zukra * unsatisfied * unsustainable arrangements * invalid promises * broken bargains * dissolved contracts * beautiful injustice * sweetly unfulfilled vows * fragmented negotiations * nicely abandoned alliances * absence of equity * apathetic brokerage * peculiar music * distrust * pleasantly empty relationships * liberating release of vows * for husbandly nativities, may dissolve-or-disconnect the wifely-figures.
Ketu-Kumbha + the Kumbha-6 cluster occupies the emotionally cataclysmic, identity-transforming, suddenly changing, potentially catastrophic 8th-from-Chandra-Karkata-11

The Ketu in classroom-6 graha-complex interacting with its ruler, rogesha Shani . ultimately points to the struggles with alcohol, opium, prostitution, depression, and suicide which afflicted variously herself (Budha lagnesha) her father (Surya) and her sons (SHani rules 5).

The polarizing catalysis of her two eldest sons, who died of alcoholism and suicide in their early 30's, as well as the sorrowful decease of her toddler daughter, are indicated by these same graha in maraka 2nd-from-5th

Her mentally stable husband remained unafflicted by her Ketu complex, although he was much consumed with public duties Guru in bhava-8.which gave him reason to operate in secret

JQA's own nativity with Zukra+Guru = Zukra-rules-12 = invisible, private, supplementary companionship.

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