Graha * Bhava * Amsha * Rashi
* Mrigashirsha * Mraga * pada 3-4
* Ardra * Raudra * Rudira * Pada1-2-3-4
* Pada 1-2-3
Om Keshavaya Namah
OM Kleem Krishnayana Namaha
Priyangu kalika shyamam * Roopenaa pratimam budham * Sowmyam sowmya Gunopetam * tam Budham Pranamamyaham
Rashi governed by Professor
mithu * mithuna * midhunam
* युज् yuj
nrimithuna * नृयुज् nṛyuj
Chandra in Mithuna
zwillinge * tweelingen *
didimos * dvyniai * dvini * dvojcka
blizanci * ikizler * ikek
thomas * teomim
razi names in
sign, signal, signature, signatory, design, designation, assignment, enseigneur
NASA Milky Way Mosaic
Rama, Sita and Lakhshmana at hermitage, opaque watercolour and gold
on cardboard, Pahari, Kangra, ca. 1840
Painting, in opaque
watercolour and gold on cardboard, Rama, Sita and Lakhshmana at the
hermitage, illustration to a Ramayana series. The sage Agastya receives
Rama, Sita and Lakshmana in his hermitage of Panchavati in the great
southern forest at the source of the Godaveri.
Rare Book Society of India ** Image and text credit:Copyright: ©
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
The constellation of
Gemini from Richard Dibon-Smith
nakshatra names in
added by BP Lama
Punarvasu (Castor-and-Pollux) Nakshatra is found in Gemini but
Mriga-Sirasa and Arudra are found off this map, in the constellation of
9 graha Rulerships from Mithuna
12 sthana from Mithuna lagna
Properties of Mithuna Rashi
Gems for Mithuna Lagna
Mithuna Lagna conflicts in Domain Rulerships
Leadership Capacity and Style Friendship Networks
Mithuna Regional Names
- Thomas (syriac, aramaic, hebrew)
- Teomin (hebrew)
- Dithumoi (#916;ίδυμοι
= twins) = Jitunia
Mithunaya * Maithuna * Midhunam * Nrimithuna
Nriyuj * Yugma * Yuj
Roman cult of Mithra
Theosophical uses of thuna
include the first andro-gyne, or the androgynous portion of third root-race.
The syllable "mith" = "light", as in Mithra the Sun
Europe 15cen CE
commentary of Parashara
"[They] are tall, upright and have a straight body, the hands being long.
- Their complexion is moderate, fair or dark.
- The eyes look sharp and active .
- The nose is long.
Persons with this lagna live mostly in mind .
- They are carefree and joyous.
- Their mind is positive and strong.
They are versatile, restless and like change very often .
- They are good readers and writers .
- They can adapt themselves to all kinds of circumstances.
- They like to travel
They are always of two minds and are incapable of taking
- They are able to follow more than one occupation at a time.
- Although they are fickle-minded , they possess intellectual qualities.
- They are curious to know new things.
They are good husbands ."
BPHS Chapter 4: 9-9.5.
"The Rashi Mithuna rises with its head
and represents a male and a female, holding a mace and lute.
It lives in the West and is an airy Rashi .
It is a biped Rashi as well and is strong in nights.
It lives in villages and is windy in temperament.
It has an even body with a green (grass like) hue.
Its ruler is Budha."
Mithunaya Meanings = Chandra in Mithuna
* comforted by conversational messaging = Mithunaya navamsha
"The Embrace" = arms = a sharing, a pairing, a complement, a twin
Shoulder, Lungs, Arms and Hands.
Business of the day, talk on the street, commerce, transaction, information exchange.
tactics; technology; tools; equipe and equipment
idiom; chat; conversation; recent news, mental traffic
entourage, assembling and ensemble work
administration sales marketing advertising meetings.
Message and Massage. Communication skills; writing; group interactions.
Properties of Mithuna Rashi
Mithunaya * Dvamdva * Jaimini characteristics of
- tamo-guna * tamasya, inert
Mithunaya group dvyAtmaka = "double-natured"
Mithunaya group * manushya =
tattva = "that-ness ",
Mithunaya group * zirshodaya
* shirsho-daya * head-first = 'daya = presentation, delivery, or showing-portion
Bhava for Mithunaya indriya-lagna
- Chandra-ruled Karkata
Bhava-2 savings, conservation, capitalization, family
assets, banking, treasure-chest, mani (jewels) animal herds,
seeds, mobile valuables
- Shukra-ruled Thula
Bhava-5 gambling, stock market, casino, venture capitalism
- Shani-ruled Kumbha
Bhava-9 * dharmic perspective grants awareness of resources
without the need to earn, save, insure, or gamble. Monies for
charitable or philosophical purpose.
- Mangala-ruled Meza
Bhava-11 * profits, earnings, rents, royalties, dividends,
bonus, commission, paycheck, salary, marketplace revenues,
income, gain of social - material goals
Mithunaya Public Figures
Mithunaya-Dvamdva specializes in the
interactive, communicative coupling of
polarities and opposites.
If the rising nakshatra is
pada-3 or pada-4, one suspects the
friends of being enemies and finds enemies to be
more trustworthy than friends.
marks the rising nakshatra,
the sensual body does the explaining via messages of fascinating, passionate movement.
Often communicates wild, stormy energy.
Punarvasu-Aditya pada 1-2-3 may produce a wise and
charitable teacher who shows that life includes
death and good includes evil.
Mrigashira-Invaka * Agrahayani
* Mithunaya, pada 3-4 * ruled by Mangala = movement, inquiry
Kuja mulatrikona Mesha 11th counted from Mithuna lagna = community, economy, ecology, association, opportunity, friendship, gains, earnings, distributive networks, interlinked connections, large gatherings, principled social participation movements, marketplace participation
Arudra-Betelgeuze * Raudra * ruled by Rahu = taking risks to gain entitlements * = Rahu mūlatrikoṇa = ?
Punarvasu-Aditya * Mithunaya portion Pada-1-2-3 * ruled by Generous Gardening Guru the
Guru's mulatrikona 7th counted from Mithunaya indriya-lagna = fair-deals, bargains, diplomacy , trusts, vows, promises, relationships, negotiation, agreements, equity, fair-trade, marriage, equality,
similarity, parity, partnership, mutual interest, justice, balance,
valance, yoga * seeing both sides of a
polarized situation, representing both sides of a conversational dialog
Vocabulary for Mithunaya:
- paired, forming a pair, any couple or pair
- pairing, copulation
- the other part, complement or companion of anything
- honey and ghee
- "even" (as opp. to odd)
- a pair, couple, brace
- the sign of the zodiac Gemini
- a double Sloka
- junction, confluence (of two streams )
dvaMdva =[cognate English twin
dva = pair, couple, male and female
- by two, face to face, secretly
- a pair of opposites (e.g. heat and cold, joy and sorrow etc.)
- strife, quarrel, contest, fight (esp. between two persons, a duel)
- stronghold, fortress
- a copulative compound (or any compound in which the members if uncompounded
- would be in the same case and connected by the conjunction, 'and'
- the sign of the zodiac Gemini
- (in music) a kind of measure
- a species of disease,
- a complication of two disorders,
- a compound affection of two humours" END QUOTE
QUOTATION T. Subba Row. (1881)."The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac" in Five Years Of Theosophy. George Robert Snow Mead (ed.).London. (1885, 1894).
"Mystical, Philosophical, Theosophical, Historical and Scientific Essays Selected from"The Theosophist". Available at www.gutenberg.org
As the word plainly indicates,
this sign is intended to represent the first Androgyne , the Ardhanaree-swara,
the bisexual Sephira -- Adam Kadmon."
Budhan rules Mithunaya.
USA is located within the Mithunaya
is the land of mercurial
communication, commerce, business, transactions, conversations, narratives,
superficial explanations, messaging, and a pervasive entrepreneurial spirit.
QUOTATION - Rev Paul Smith
"Christianity began in Palestine as an Experience.
It moved to Greece and
became a Philosophy.
It shifted to Italy and became an Institution.
arrived in Europe and became a Culture.
It came to America and became a
11th-from-Mithunaya = Natural Friendships,
Social Participation, Connectivity, Community, Economy
- the bold and innovative
- pioneers, progressives, pushing forward
- the active, movement-seeking, vital and the body-based
- moving, motivated, muscular
- those involved with blood, head, birth and uniqueness
- the assertive and masculine;
- the dominating, winners, conquistadores
- the hot-blooded and athletic
- competitive, champions
- independent winners
- those innovators are typically disconnected (12th-from) more established
collections of articles representing values of wealth and beauty (Vrishabha)
| Breath and Mental Narrative
Tenzing Gyatso from How to Practice: The Way to a Meaningful Life, by His Holiness the Dalai Lama,
translated by Jeffrey Hopkins, p.133
"If you cannot stop worrying over something in the past or what might happen in the future, shift your focus to the inhalation and exhalation of your breath.
Or recite this mantra: om mani padme hum (pronounced "om mani padmay hum").
Since the mind cannot concentrate on two things simultaneously , either of these meditations causes the former worry to fade."
General Suitability of Gems for Mithuna Lagna
Generally Recommended Jyotisha-ratna Sacred Gems
Pannya = emerald
Budha-ratna supports physical vitality of lagnesha Budha + education and cultural roots via Budha bandesha-4
Hira = diamond
Shukra-ratna supports creative political intelligence vidya-pati-5 + meditative, prayerful spiritual guidance via Shukra ruler-of-12
Shani-ratna blue sapphire supports confidential information gained via randhresha-8 + wise world-traveling
= Shani Dharmesha-9
Surya ratna = no, because Surya = bhratru-pati-3 and does not rules any other good house
Chandra ratna = no, because Chandra = dhanapati-2 and does not rules any other good house
Mangala ratna = no-no-no, because Mangala = rogesha-6 and vriddhi-pati-11
Budha ratna = yes! because Budha = the auspicious lagnesha and bandesha-4.
Promotes vitality and commerce of all varieties, particularly in matters
of real-estate, housing, transportation, vehicles, and foundational
Guru ratna = no, because Guru = yuvati-pati-7 and karmesha-10
Shukra ratna = yes, because bhagya Shukra = vidya-pati-5 and ruler-of-12
Shani ratna = yes, because bhagya Shani = randhresha-8 and Dharmesha-9
. General a graha will provide stronger results for its mūlatrikoṇa
rashi [Kumbha]. However, prescriptive caution is warranted if there is
activity in bhava-8.
Rahu-ratna = unknown.
Prescription depends on Rahu's ruler
unknown. Prescription depends on Ketu's ruler
There are exceptions to all of these general rules which are caused by the position of Chandra, the active Vimshottari time lords, and
one's personal goals, inter alia.
The Nodal House Pair for Mithuna Lagna: bhava-6 and bhava-9
The nodal house pair = the two domains which are afflicted by
association with Rahu-Ketu
and Shani and Mangala.
These are the two domains which are controlled by
For Mithuna lagna,
Ketu co-ruler of Vṛścika afflicts the sixth amza
= dissolution of agreements, exempli gratia
medical professionals such as physician, nurse, med-tech,
conflict-management professions such as attorneys, military
human service ministries such as psychological counselor,
pastor, social worker
Rahu co-ruler of Kumbha afflicts ninth amza
- father, wisdom-teachings, guru, professor, temple, university, and priests.
Raja Yoga for Mithuna lagna
= Budha + Guru-Mithunaya indriya-lagna
QUOTATION from BPHS, Ch. 40, Sl. 13
"An exchange of Rashi between Karma's Lord and Lagna's Lord will make the native associated with the king in a great manner."
Raja Yoga for Mithuna lagna
QUOTATION from BPHS, Ch. 5, Sl. 41 "If the lord of the Lagna and the 10th exchange houses with each other then they form a Raja Yoga. They will confer high position, reputation and power."
Leadership Capacity and Style
Career - Vocation additional required assessments:
A fortunate combination for organizational leadership (10) and peer-advising collegial relationships (7) -- provided that Guru is well-disposed.
Mithuna nativities generally enjoy successful material careers in all departments of the productive economy.
Mithunaya specialize in guidance activities, which range from religious preaching to philosophical publishing to travel guide to law-school professor, as well as dozens of teacher-preacher-adviser-counselor roles in other humanistic content areas.
Guru provides both leadership-guidance (10) and counseling-guidance (7). Frequently
Mithunaya works for a large [Guru] humanistic organization, often taking the role of
Guru loves wisdom-seekers and wisdom-providers such as teachers, travelers, and truth (9) .
Guru also loves the sanctuary enclosures (12) such as hospitals, meditation halls, dormitories, and counseling rooms where spiritual guidance occurs. Mithuna nativities Therefore, a drawn to Guru-ist vocations:
the education industry = teachers and academic advisers
divinity: teaching, preaching, pastoral counseling
law: consulting attorneys, law professors, managing partners
medicine: consulting physician, philosophy of medicine, psychologist-psychiatrist
Mithuna-lagna is blessed with broad-minded and compassionate [Guru] peer-advisers and colleagues (7).
Mithuna nativities = the spouse-partner (7) is likely to share the same Guru-oriented profession (10).
Health for Mithuna lagna
rogesha-6 = Kuja
Mithuna lagna is more likely to have health problems = consequences of repressed anger or a psychology of excessive self-control.
rogesha-6 +Vriddhi-pati-11 = friends become enemies and also enemies may become friends. the native earns via direct intervention [Mangala] into situations rife with conflict, debt, and disease.
The physical manifestations of illness are somewhat mysterious due to Ari Bhava = Vṛścika.
Mithunaya nativities tend toward the expression of the secret, unspeakable anger that articulate, conversational Mithuna rarely feels permitted to express during day-to-day business transactions.
Look to Kuja's bhava for the relationship and the location which show the key to the origin of the ailment.
The origin of Mithuna 's ailment = usually angry frustration with"psychic attack".
Some variety of psycho-emotional aggression has produced a pattern of attempted take-over of the native by the siblings [Mangala], male peers [Mangala], possibly co-workers * especially males * or even indirectly one may feel attacked by economic forces of the marketplace (11) .
rogesha-6 = the contract-dissolver. In contractual relationships, during the period of rogesha-6 , the native will struggle with impulsiveness and a tendency to break promises (6).
If other factors suggest impending dissolution of marriage, Mangala bhukti may signal legal divorce. rogesha-6 Kuja in bhava-1, bhava-4, or bhava-12 is very challenging for marriage.
Shani in 6 for Mithuna lagna = native wants to get out of a frustrating marriage, but cannot due to responsibilities or fear of censure.
More than any other lagna, Mithuna's health problems are resolved effectively through surgery.
If rogesha-6 Kuja also occupies the Mithuna radix lagna,
the native 's life = fraught with adversarial conflict.
The individual is exceptionally competitive to the point of chronic, often destructive, aggressiveness.
The animosity affects the physical body when rogesha-6 occupies the janma lagna. Kuja in Mithuna lagna may encourage the native to undertake a career in dispute management, particularly a career the involves large-scale economic activity since Kuja = Vriddhi-pati-11 while Guru as karmesha-10 tends to grant a large scope to career influence upon the society.
If the randhresha-8 +Dharmesha-9 Shani is involved with Kuja (yuti or
drishti or parivartamsha) the aggression can be channeled into a university
career but most like the earnings Mangala vriddhi-pati-11 are
obtained via a secret Shani randhresha-8 structure.
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