second cousin of:
Zachary Taylor in 1850, age 65
Mar-1849 until Jul-11850 (duration 16 months)
a.k.a. Old Rough and Ready
dematerialization 09-Jul-1850 (age 65)
POTUS-12 from Mar-1849 until Jul-11850 (16 months) * Major General Zachary Taylor * 1784-1850
birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zachary_Taylor * tentatively rectified by BP Lama Jyotishavidya
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 ethno-cultural people to their roots. Azresa have a particular genius for evoking ancestral guilt, 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-Naga.
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."
Painting of Zachary Taylor in 1848
Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha calendar
Zukra Mahadasha * age birth until age 13.1
24-Nov-1784 Earth-birth in Barboursville, Virginia, USA * Zukra-Rahu bhukti
Surya Mahadasha * age 13.1 until age 19.1
Chandra Mahadasha * age 19.1 until age 29.1
1808 received officer commission in US Army (age 23) * Chandra-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 3-commission
June-1810 exchange marriage vows with Margaret Smith (ZT age 26). The marriage produced seven children. * Chandra-Zukra bhukti
1810-1811 invested his capital into bank stocks and two plantations, totaling over 200 slaves * Chandra-Zukra bhukti * Zukra rules 4-planations, 11-market revenues * Zukra rules Chandra in Bharani
Mangala Mahadasha * age 29.1 until age 36.1
1811 celebrated the birth of child-1 * Mangala-Mangala svabhukti * putrapathi Mangala rules-5
1812 famous military performance in the USA War of 1812 * Mangala-Rahu bhukti * Mangala rules 5-fame * Rahu-8 sudden transformation
Rahu Mahadasha * age 36.1 until age 54.1
19-Jan-1829 grieved the decease of father * Rahu-Ketu bhukti
07-Nov-1848 elected POTUS -12 with zero prior political experience but strong national recognition * Guru-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-Lagnesha
09-Jul-1850 dematerialization (ZT age 65) * Guru-Rahu bhukti
features of the Nativity |
Surya-5 occupies the emotionally risk-promoting, dangerous, revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra
Dad was a famed figure Surya in bhava-5 . Dad was a businessman, plantation owner, land speculator, political influencer. and military activist of the Revolutionary War.
A paragon of his Euro-American generation, Dad fought for colonial independence, made shrewd land deals, and earned a fortune using slaves to cook, clean, and chop the Kentucky forests into treeless farmland. Dad traveled frequently throughout the young country performing both commercial and military tasks.
Chandra-Mangala yoga = expansion of national boundaries, aggressive management of his own plantations
* his wife who managed his career was a strict and pious tea-totaling Presbyterian
Yogakaraka Mangala rules 5-intelligrnce, creativity, celebrity ++ 10 social visibility, respect, reputation, leadership
Kuja rules Chandra-Meza-10 showing the "familiar face" of a warrior and defender of the ethnicity
Mangala rules 5-politics + 10 visibility. Ruler of 10 occupies 4, showing highest public profile of being a patriotic fighter (Kuja) and agreement-maker (Thula).
Budha-5 occupies the emotionally risk-promoting, dangerous, revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra
Guru drishti to competitive champion Mangala suggests that he would fight many battles but usually emerge as the winner.
Guru-8 occupies the emotionally associative, community-linking, economically gainful, profit-regulated, friendly, participatory, goal-oriented, socially-networked 11th-from-Chandra
6-8 Parivartamsha strengthens matters of bhava-6 war, crime, mistreatment and bhava-8 revolutionary upheaval.
Zachary Taylor was an "Indian Fighter" who helped to push Native Americans out of their historic hunting-and-farming lands so that agriculturalist European settlers could move in, build fences, and start their ethnic agricultural patterns. Taylor promoted the Euro-agenda of white settlers capturing native assets, then natives were force-marched to interior wastelands. And also impose their class system (Shani) which marginalized Native Americans into an underclass 6)
By the end of his career, Taylor had either killed most of his adversaries, caused them to die of sickness, or tricked them (Rahu-yuti-Guru-8) into leaving the area.
Zukra resides in the ideological, paradigm of belief 9th-from-Chandra. Taylor was an exponent and agent of the passionately cherished albeit groundless theory of Manifest Destiny.
Zukra bandesha rules 4 occupies 6
Taylor and his family lived in military border stockades (4) for most of his adult life. His parents (4) were slave-labor (6) plantation owners.
Suave Zukra rules 4 ++ Shani rules 4th-from-4th
Taylor owned slave-labor plantations; much of his wealth was inherited from his father
Zukra-Dhanuzya loves horses; in bhava-6 would also see injuries and disease among horses in war conditions. Taylor grew up riding horses around his father's developing slave-labor plantations; as a career military officer fighting many battles against Native Americans, Taylor was constantly concerned with the care and use of horses. He would have spent more time on horseback than walking.
Shani * duro-karaka (endurance) * jara-karaka (years)
Shani occupies the doctrinal, ideological, elder-respecting, old-faith, strict philosophies, punitive, scarcity-preaching 9th-from-Chandra
Taylor was an exponent and agent of the cherished albeit groundless theory of Manifest Destiny.
Yuvathipathi Shani occupies bhava-6. His wife was frequently, severely ill.
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka (ambition) * picchala-karaka (slippery)
Rahu-8 occupies the emotionally associative, community-linking, economically gainful, profit-regulated, friendly, participatory, goal-oriented, socially-networked 11th-from-Chandra
Ketu * * kavandha-karaka (headless) * chidra-karaka (gaping) * vasana-karaka (vacuum)
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