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Rashi Lagna * Graha


Chandra


Chandra-Meza * comforted by forward pursuit * settled into warrior rhythms * needs vitality

Chandra-Urisha * uttama * moolatrikona * comforted by precious values * settled into rhythmic gathering * needs luxury Chandra-Mithunaya * comforted by messaging * settled into rhythmic communications * needs mentality Chandra-Karkata * comforted by maternal soothing * settled into tidal rhythms * needs to protect * svakshetra Chandra-Simha * comforted by creative display * settled into dramatic rhythms * needs attention Chandra-Kanya * comforted by remedial service * sensitive to logical argument * needs to help Chandra-Tula * comforted by ritual negotiation of agreements * sensitive to balance * needs to trade Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery Chandra-Dhanus * comforted by customary beliefs * settled into rhythmic received teachings * needs to feel wisely guided Chandra-Makara-Draco * comforted by hierarchy * sensitive to class-status * needs ritual ordering Chandra-Kumbha * comforted by networks * sensitive to connectivity * needs community Chandra-Meena * comforted by ancestral guidance * settled into rhythmic intuition * needs sanctuary

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OM kram krim kraum sah bhaumaya namah


AUM som somaya namah

matrikaraka

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Chandra-Vrizchika

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12 Rashi Lagna


Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery rules 9th-from-Chandra

  • global humanism, worldview, dharma, theory * religious teachers, university professors, father-figures, illness of mother (6th-from-4th) global waterways

Chandra occupies 5th-from-svakshetra

  • politics, intelligence, creativity, games


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The prophet Elijah rescuing Prince Nur ad-Dahr, from the Hamzanama story * painted by Mir Sayyid Ali c. 1562-1577

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Meza radical lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha

Chandra in bhava-8 activates-4


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares


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Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-8 * comfortable with crisis * familiar with identity changes * needs rebirth

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-8-Ketta = Urisha-2.


As the planetary patron of bandhu-bhava-4, Kita-Chandra in bhava-8 becomes ruler-of-4 residing in 5th-from-4th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-4.

This yoga brings the local customs and habits in the place of settlement, along with a parental sensitivity to protect the vulnerable (4), into the realm of secrets, transformation and sudden change of identity (8).

It is a powerful location for confidential and undisclosed forces used in national defense and control of underground resources. It is an excellent placement for those whose emotional nature lends itself to the steady rhythms of a routinized lifestyle in conscious adherence to the workings of tantric recycling of energy.


Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery is fine-tuned into nakshatra specializations:

  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-Radha * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge pada-4 * emotional impetus toward vigorously dynamic shakti-charged action guided by philosophical, doctrinal, or theoretical principles * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge

  • Shani-ruled Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra * comforted by resistance to danger * protects against preventable damage * soothed by emergency regulations pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward rigorously structured bureaucratic action that steadily climbs the hierarchy

  • Budha-ruled Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward articulate, energetic, assertively self-certain communications in pioneering, innovative environments


Mesha- Arya rashi specializes in new birth, first arrival, pioneering, innovation, and competitive championship.

  • Ketu-ruled Azwini * Dasra tends to produce physicians and inventors. They have a special understanding of ways in which the inner dynamic energies movs within the outer physical shell .

  • Zukra-ruled Bharani * Yama tends to produce treasurers, financiers and preservers of worth. They are able to remember, store and produce goods of historical value, including stories and songs. They have earned a reputation for carrying heavy payloads and working to death.

  • Surya-ruled Krittika-Pleyades * Agneya in the first pada belongs within Mesha rashi. They are reputed to be supremely confident and pioneering in nature, tending toward expressions of Surya such as politics, gaming, and creative arts.


The birth-mother herself is often a secretive personality, particularly in matters of her own hidden romantic drama. She may be an intuitive trauma healer. Nevertheless, the job of anchoring her family into a secure and grounded routine is of paramount importance to her.

Nichha-Chandra may add emotional growth-challenges to the relationship with the mother, who may be somewhat devious or manipulative in her parenting style. In combination, her emotional behaviors create a complex experience for her children who rarely understand the mother's modus operandi. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to deal with confidential information and secret agendas while maintaining a degree of stability in life.


6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -8 becomes bhava-3-Mithunaya * messaging communications handcraft business. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding the delivery of information . Reflecting the eternal conflict between Mithunaya's ruler the mental, conversational Professor Budha against Chandra's ruler the physical, penetrating Professor Mangala, periods of Budha may provoke sudden change (8) of the emotional identity.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-8 becomes bhava-1-Mesha, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke active disagreements, typically of a physical nature. The adversaries are often competitive and energetic persons who are very much similar to oneself, and the most natural expression of the instinct toward adversarial action may be physical sport. Any graha located in bhava-1 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature; but in this geometry the native is generally self-healing (8) and normally experiences a lifelong fluctuating imbalance-seeking-a-remedy (6) between one's own physical and emotional natures.

Learning goals are provided by commercial business and daily communications (3) and by social identity attributed to physical appearance (1) . Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Urisha radical lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha

Chandra in bhava-7 activates 3


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares


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Martha Stewart in the Hothouse

Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-7 * comfortable with arrangements * familiar with bargaining * needs harmony

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-7-Ketta = Urisha-1.


As the planetary patron of bhratru-bhava-3, Kita-Chandra in bhava-7 becomes ruler-of-3 residing in 5th-from-3rd. thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-3.

This yoga brings the daily talk, writing, publications, business management, and high-frequency interactions of the cooperative small group (3) into the realm of contractual relationships, marriage, and bargained agreements (7).

Typically, the primary partner is a vivid communicator. It is a successful location for equal-partnered teamwork such as a husband-and-wife commercial business, particularly when the undertakings of the business are by nature somewhat secretive: for example, a pair of surgeons, a pair of spies, or a pair of catastrophic disaster-response professionals.

Also supportive configuration for attorneys, match-makers, deal-makers, bargainers particularly when the arrangement is hidden or when the agreement is sealed, for example out-of-court settlements.


Chandra-Vrizchika is fine-tuned into nakshatra specializations:

  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-Radha * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge pada-4 * emotional impetus toward vigorously dynamic shakti-charged action guided by philosophical, doctrinal, or theoretical principles * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge

  • Shani-ruled Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra * comforted by resistance to danger * protects against preventable damage * soothed by emergency regulations pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward rigorously structured bureaucratic action that steadily climbs the hierarchy

  • Budha-ruled Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares * calmed by competitive signals * protector of prophetic messages * familiar face of direct announcements pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward articulate, energetic, assertively self-certain communications in pioneering, innovative environments


Urisha specializes in collection and storage of material values. Modalities include capital finance, banking, cattle, cooperage, databases, warehousing, the herd and the hoard.

  1. If the rising nakshatra is Surya-ruled Krittika-Pleyades pada 2-3-4, the family affluence is promoted via power of both the father and the individual. Confident acquisition of properties; often a local mercantilist and landowner.

  2. If Chandra-ruled Rohini-Brahmi marks the eastern horizon, the family values are contained by the mother, within ancestral lands and waters; holds old values but does not seek new. Often a preserving environmentalist.

  3. For Mangala-ruled Mrigazirshana-Invaka pada-1-2 stored wealth is driven by the partner, yet many losses due to the partner. Often in careers which involve pushing agreements forward, such as midwife, boat launch, rocket launch, product launch, initiate sales, push-marketing or political campaign, factory assembly, transportation industry.

The birth mother is often a patriotic advocate of local roots, rhythms, folkways customs and established cultural norms. She may be involved in the making of marriage alliances or as a bargaining agent in somewhat secretive arrangements. Nichha-Chandra may add emotional growth-challenges to the relationship with the mother, who may be somewhat devious or manipulative in her parenting style. Nevertheless, the mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to manage (3) partnered situations including marriage that require hidden (Vrischika) negotiations and bargaining (7).


6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -7 becomes bhava-2-Mithunaya * family treasures, banking and business. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding the delivery of information . Reflecting the eternal conflict between Mithunaya's ruler the mental, conversational Professor Budha against Chandra's ruler the physical, penetrating Professor Mangala, periods of Budha may provoke sudden change (8) of the emotional identity.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-7 becomes bhava-12-Mesha, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke active disagreements, typically of a physical nature. The dynamic, self-oriented adversaries are often cloistered, invisible or located in distant worlds (12). Any graha located in bhava-12 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature which favors fair contracts and justice.

Learning goals are provided by the keep-and-coop of lineage collections (2) and by otherworldly perceptions and sleep (12) . Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Mithunaya radical lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha

Chandra in bhava-6 rules 2

artha dhana yoga


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares



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Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-6 * comfortable with service * familiar with injustice * needs to help

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-6-Ketta = Urisha-12.


dhanapati-2 in 6 = nichha= 5th from svakshetra

Prone to high blood pressure, stroke, and infections [Kuja]. Stress zone = liver, gallbladder, genito-urinary system..


As the ruler of dhanabhava-2, Kita-Chandra in bhava-6 Becomes ruler-of-2 residing in 5th-from-2nd. Thus intuitive, sensitive, candescent Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-2.

This yoga emphasizes the key role of the family of origin and its lineage values-fulfillment (2) in producing experiences of servitude, illness, conflict, accusations, toxicity, and exploitation (6). The values are conferred through the family of origin and expressed intelligently through the children. Often the treasuries develop via entertainment venues, or via speculative financial gaming such as venture capitalism or playing the stock market, or expressions of genius regarding secret empowerments .

It is a joyful placement found often in the nativities of those who enjoy center-stage roles within their families.


Chandra-Vrizchika is fine-tuned into nakshatra specializations:

  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-Radha * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge pada-4 * emotional impetus toward vigorously dynamic shakti-charged action guided by philosophical, doctrinal, or theoretical principles * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge

  • Shani-ruled Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra * comforted by resistance to danger * protects against preventable damage * soothed by emergency regulations pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward rigorously structured bureaucratic action that steadily climbs the hierarchy

  • Budha-ruled Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward articulate, energetic, assertively self-certain communications in pioneering, innovative environments

Mithunaya-Dvamdva specializes in the interactive, communicative coupling of polarities and opposites.

  • Kuja-ruled Mrigazirshana-Invaka pada-3-4, often suspects the friends of being enemies and finds enemies to be more trustworthy than friends.

  • Rahu-ruled Arudra-Betelgeuze pada 1-2-3-4 = sensual body does the explaining via messages of fascinating, passionate movement. Often communicates wild, stormy energy.

  • Guru-ruled Punarvasu-Aditya pada 1-2-3 = may produce a wise and charitable teacher who shows that life includes death + good includes evil.


The birth mother usually has a role in medicine, military, litigation, agricultural labor, or household service. She may have much to complain about because she is often ill or exploited; yet typically she has sufficient capital wealth (2) and is not herself in poverty. Nichha-Chandra may add emotional growth-challenges to the relationship with the mother, who may be somewhat devious, unpredictable or manipulative in her parenting style. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to pursue to the hidden values (2) within conditions of conflict, exploitation, service and servitude (6).


6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra-6 becomes bhava-1-Mithunaya This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding delivery of diagrams, instructions, or explanatory representations to which one's identity is socially attributed. Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-6 becomes bhava-11-Mesha economic systems and social communities, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with innovators, inventors, and initiators particularly in matters that are combustible or competitive. Any graha located in bhava-11 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. This placement is more comfortable working independently of large friendship networks.

Learning goals are provided by physical-body vitality and social identity (1) and by community and economy linkages (11). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Karkata radical lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha

lagnesha

Chandra in bhava-5 rules-1


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares

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Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-5 * comfortable with creativity * familiar with speculation * needs central attention

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-5-Ketta = Urisha-11


As lagnesha, Kita-Chandra in bhava-5 becomes ruler-of-1 residing in 5th-from-1st. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-5.

This yoga emphasizes creativity (5) and unique, ego-centric social-physical identity (1). It is a remarkable placement which benefits greatly when Mangala occupies bhava-1.

Karkata indriya-lagna and Chandra-5 is a combination that is often found in the nativities of iconic personalities, celebrities, politicians, creative literary and theatrical artists, and entertainers. These personalities are often unconstrained by consensus reality, and live according to their own game.


Chandra-Vrizchika is fine-tuned into nakshatra specializations:

  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-Radha * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge pada-4 * emotional impetus toward vigorously dynamic shakti-charged action guided by philosophical, doctrinal, or theoretical principles * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge

  • Shani-ruled Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra * comforted by resistance to danger * protects against preventable damage * soothed by emergency regulations pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward rigorously structured bureaucratic action that steadily climbs the hierarchy

  • Budha-ruled Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward articulate, energetic, assertively self-certain communications in pioneering, innovative environments

Karkata-Kadaga specializes in roots, ruts, rhythms and routines.

  • If the rising nakshatra is Punarvasu-Aditya pada-4, a natural philosopher may show the conflicts inherent in humanity's deepest roots.

  • If Pushya- Sidhya marks the rising nakshatra, the ancient lawful governance hierarchies are stabilized and sustained.

  • Aśleṣa-Naga nakshatra in the radical lagna may produce a significant writer, messenger, or craftsman who binds the psycho-mental turmoil to a fixed and grounded place.

The birth mother is a parental and usually home-based personality, often a schoolteacher or farmer or gardener, with a natural love of all things well-designed and beautifully balanced. Nichha-Chandra may add emotional growth-challenges to the relationship with the mother, who may be somewhat devious or manipulative in her parenting style. She may also be an architect, match-maker, or dealer in modes of transport, but if professionalized she nonetheless stays true to her roots in the world of seasonal cycles, farms, fisheries, and means of sustenance. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to integrate the physical identity (1) with the rhythms and cycles of the oceans and lands (4).


6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • The revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -5 becomes bhava-12-Mithunaya research, quietude, and distant worlds. . This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding xxxxx Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of philosophical principle (9) may become adversarial to matters of ancient folk custom (4) during these periods.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -4 becomes bhava-9-Mesha dogma and dharma, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with organized religion, universities, and father-figures. Any graha located in bhava-9 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. The core religious sensitivity relates to elemental natural spirits rather than doctrinal scripture.

Learning goals are provided by the interior worlds (12) and by lawful but rigidly structured social pyramids (10). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Simha radical lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika

Chandra in bhava-4 * digbala * activates 12


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares


Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-4 * digbala * comfortable with caretaking * familiar with culture-roots * needs a routine

Lifepartner-1 for Chandra-4-Ketta = Urisha-10


As the planetary patron of vyaya-bhava-12, Kita-Chandra in bhava-4 * digbala becomes ruler-of-12 residing in 5th-from-12th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-12.

This yoga emphasizes imagination and drama (5) reporting on matters of the imagination and subconscious awareness (12). It is an artistic and design-oriented placement which articulates the conceptual and contemplative spiritual perceptions of the imaginative worlds into a mentally accessible format such as writing, planning, making of itineraries, crafting of messages and cinematic scripts.

  • Chitra [Mangala] tends toward descriptive writing and hand-craft including sewing, arts and surgeries
  • Svatika (Rahu) tends toward evangelical messages
  • Visaka [Guru] tends toward multiple genres and inspirational content.

Chandra-Vrizchika is fine-tuned into nakshatra specializations:

  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-Radha * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge pada-4 * emotional impetus toward vigorously dynamic shakti-charged action guided by philosophical, doctrinal, or theoretical principles * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge

  • Shani-ruled Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra * comforted by resistance to danger * protects against preventable damage * soothed by emergency regulations pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward rigorously structured bureaucratic action that steadily climbs the hierarchy

  • Budha-ruled Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward articulate, energetic, assertively self-certain communications in pioneering, innovative environments


Simha-Leya specializes in radiance, splendor, royalty, self-entitlement, divine intelligence, centrality, celebrity, creativity, politics and drama.

  • If the rising nakshatra is Ketu-ruled Magha-Regulus * Pitriya, a very unique personality may radiate a fiery, other-worldly, magical Witness intelligence.

  • If Zukra-ruled Purva-phalguni * Yoni marks the rising nakshatra, artistic beauty expresses via politics, drama, celebrity, royalty, fashion, costume and song.

  • Surya-ruled Uttara-phalguni * Aryaman nakshatra in the radical lagna may produce a politician, literary dramatist, dramatist, game-player, or royal figure.


Matrikaraka Chandra ruler-of-12 in 4

The birth mother is a pleasantly talkative personality who may be a writer, poet, songwriter, playwright, publisher, typesetter, painter, sculptor, craftswoman, or designer in the communicative arts. Nichha-Chandra may add emotional growth-challenges to the relationship with the mother, who may be somewhat devious or manipulative in her parenting style. Mom is a private person with sensitive management and arrangement skills who is typically well-liked although not always fully transparent. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the worlds of private imagination and insight (12) with the daily conversational patter (3).


6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • The revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -3 becomes bhava-10-Mithunaya executive leadership roles. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding xxxxx Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of philosophical principle (9) may become adversarial to matters of ancient folk custom (4) during these periods.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -3 becomes bhava-8-Mesha mysteries and disasters, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with secretive figures and hidden affairs. Any graha located in bhava-8 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. There is usually some trauma of betrayal due to discovery of hidden operations, forces, or affairs.

Learning goals are provided by the pressures of economic gainfulness (11) and by philosophies, theories, and preaching-teaching (9). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Kanya-Parthya radical lagna

Chandra in bhava-3

Chandra-Vrizchika rules-11

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Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares

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Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-3 * comfortable with cohort * familiar with messaging * needs to communicate

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-3-Ketta = Urisha-9.


As the ruler of vridhhi-bhava-11, Kita-Chandra in bhava-3 becomes ruler-of-11 residing in 5th-from-11th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-11.

This yoga imports the economic gains and material achievements (11) into the realm of communicative skills and messaging, including administrative business, instructional materials, writing and cinema (3). It indicates self-made wealth via ones own economic efforts.


Chandra-Vrizchika is fine-tuned into nakshatra specializations:

  • Guru-ruled Chandra in Visaka-Radha * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge pada-4 * emotional impetus toward vigorously dynamic shakti-charged action guided by philosophical, doctrinal, or theoretical principles * soothed by expansive shocks * protectors of widening energy channels * needs root-splitting growth surge

  • Shani-ruled Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward rigorously structured bureaucratic action that steadily climbs the hierarchy

  • Budha-ruled Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares * calmed by competitive signals * protector of prophetic messages * familiar face of direct announcements pada 1-2-3-4 * emotional impetus toward articulate, energetic, assertively self-certain communications in pioneering, innovative environments

Kanya-Parthya specializes in service, imbalances, disagreement, medical treatment, remedial strategies, argumentation, and the virginal state.

  1. Uttaraphalguni-Aryaman = exploitive conditions may evoke a political or theatrical response. Much hand-waving and declaiming. Vrizchika Chandra planetary patron of 3rd-from-1 may contribute a brilliant, solipsistic emotional magnetism matched with commercial sensibility.

  2. If Hasta-Savitra marks the rising nakshatra, one responds to imbalance with comforting acceptance, manual caretaking, and routines of service. Vrizchika Chandra ruler of 3rd-from-1 may contribute a preference for a quieter lifestyle of drawing, writing, feeling the rhythms of life, and caring for family; the earning initiative remains strong and one generally owns a manufacturing or printing business.

  3. Chitra-Spica * Tvastri nakshatra in the radical lagna approaches imbalance with urge to correct it. May produce a hand-crafty surgeon, writer, builder, architect, or master planner. Vrizchika Chandra planetary patron of 3rd-from-1 may shape profitable mercantile sensibilities which tend to flow through fashion, architecture, and the design arts (Tvastri) including transformative medical surgeries. Chitra is also a capable writer.

The birth mother is a manager, facilitator and communicator. Much depend on any graha yuti Chandra. Nichha-Chandra may add emotional growth-challenges to the relationship with the mother, who may be somewhat devious or manipulative in her parenting style. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to manage the worlds of participatory social networking (11) with the high-frequency daily communication tasks (3).

  • Friends 1969- drama-fashion Jennifer Aniston * Somana-yuti-Kuja * her mother was an actress and fashion-model, just like her daughter. However, mom spoke critically and intimately about her daughter's life on television without her daughter's permission. After feeling exposed and betrayed by her electro-magnetic emotionally disconnected and apparently vindictive, jealous mom, the young Ms. Aniston applied the psychotherapeutic no contact rule barring mom from weddings, home visits, or even phone calls. (likely mom suffered from narcissistic personality disorder)


6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -2 becomes bhava-9-Mithunaya executive leadership roles. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding xxxxx Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of philosophical principle (9) may become adversarial to matters of ancient folk custom (4) during these periods.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -2 becomes bhava-7-Mesha contracts, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with partners, professional advisors, and peer counselors. Any graha located in bhava-7 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. The values of the family lineage may differ from the expectations of the spouse.

Learning goals are provided by the pressures of public responsibilities (10) and by veiled secrets hiding unexpected realities (8). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Tula radical lagna

Chandra in bhava-2 rules-10

Chandra-Vrizchika

artha dhana yoga



Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares



Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-2 * comfort in collections * familiar with history * needs to tell stories * accustomed to storage * calmed by heritage values

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-2-Ketta = Urisha-8


As the planetary patron of karmasthana-10, Kita-Chandra in bhava-2 becomes ruler-of-10 residing in 5th-from-10th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-10.

This yoga is a distinguished placement carrying professional responsibilities and suggesting an iconic personality whose familiar face [Chandra] symbolizes a hierarchical social organization, corporate body or institution (10).

This yoga emphasizes physical identity (1) expressing via governance of the social order (10). One is a diplomat, match-maker, arranger, and partner functioning at elite levels of legislative authority.


Tula radical lagna specializes in partnership and pairings, yoga, equity, balancing, deal-making, match-making, and mutual agreement.

  1. If Chitra-Spica nakshatra marks the eastern horizon, Mangala's influence produces forceful, incisive contract-making. One has an architectural style, aimed toward building of edifices.

  2. If Svatika-Arcturus rises, Rahu's influence produces a passionate expression of feeling in public roles, with a willingness to take risks for potential gain. Zeal for making agreements with those outside one's own group.

  3. Visaka-Radha nakshatra forms the radical lagna, Guru's influence supports the development of multiple alliances. Often concerned with doctrine and matters of global humanism. May represent numerous and diverse constituencies.


The birth mother is a force of nature with a distinctive personality highly conscious of social ranking hierarchies. She behaves politely and correctly while arranging and matching the people in her environment. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the worlds of public duty and responsibility (10) with distinctive personal identity (1).

6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra 1 becomes bhava-8-Mithunaya undisclosed activities. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding xxxxx Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of philosophical principle (9) may become adversarial to matters of ancient folk custom (4) during these periods.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -1 becomes bhava-6-Mesha contracts, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with physicians, war-mongers, criminals, and agents of pollution both moral and physical. Any graha located in bhava-6 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature. One is always at war with the forces of imbalance, injustice, and crime.

Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges provided by the father and received doctrines (9) and by the terms of contractual agreements (7) can experience valuable emotional awareness and growth.

Vrizchika radical lagna

Chandra in bhava-1 rules-9

Chandra-Vrizchika



Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares

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Chandra in classroom-1 * comfortable embodiment * familiar with innovation * needs direct action

Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-1-Antares = Urisha-7


As the ruler of dharmasthana-9, Kita-Chandra in bhava-1 becomes ruler-of-9 residing in 5th-from-9th. thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative and exceptionally fortunate 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-9.

Chandra-Vrizchika * penetrating, mystery-seeking emotional sensitivity expressed via the unique personality, embodiment of kinetic energy, pioneering attitude, competitive style, and aristocratic entitlements of the first-arrived.

Chandra's familiar face produces a doctrinal, patriarchal (9) placement carrying the symbolism of professorial, royal, celebrity, or political roles (9 = 5th-from-5th) into the fleshbody and its material appearance.

One is often a charismatic and iconic personality distinguished by intelligence and prosperity, but with considerable fluctuation due to the nichha-Chandra.


Vrizchika specializes in recycling, renewal, rejuvenation, death-and-rebirth.

  • Guru-ruled Visaka-Radha pada-4 = a special understanding of the cycles of death-and-rebirth confers a capacity for catastrophic change and large-scale rebirth. Often a shakti-healer via rather shocking methods.

  • Shani-ruled Anuradha-Maitra pada 1-2-3-4 = suddenly emerging, eruptive change can be contained within lawful structures. Often restores the social order after upheavals and disasters, such as military, physicians and emergency-response professionals who works in shocking conditions.

  • Budha-ruled Jyestha-Kita pada 1-2-3-4 = a messenger of transformative destruction and renewal, whose instructional signal is vigorously conveyed. Often an announcer, reporter, channeler, prophet, instructor, writer, spin-doctor, actor, spokesperson who can make shocking statements.


MOTHER

One may physically and emotionally resemble the mother, carry on her career identity, and otherwise mimic her being. However, the nichha-Chandra is predictably problematic with issues of invasive, attacking, or jealous mistreatment.

This yoga imports the theoretical, faithful, dharmic, doctrinal wisdom of the guru-figure (9) into a highly identifiable fleshly container (1). If Guru-ruled Visaka-Radha lagna marks the eastern horizon at the time of birth, one may represent large-scale transformative change driven by doctrinal claims. If Shani-ruled Anuradha-Maitreya lagna applies, one may serve as an icon of patriarchal, hierarchical order while imposing a slow, lawful regime of institutional transformation. If Jyeṣtha rises, Chandra-1 may emerge as a charismatic but self-referential prophet or exponent of a transformative ideology, catechesis, credenda, or body of beliefs.

The birth mother is Typically, a fleshly-oriented personality whose doctrinal or theoretical convictions anchor her identity. Depending on other graha yuti Chandra, the mother may be a clear channel for her beliefs or (more typically) a victim of cognitive dissonance due to her inner emotional conflict. She may be a professor, an indoctrinator, a priestess, or a philosopher.

The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to balance the private world of interior insight (12) with publically held theories of reality and received belief (9). Naturally, any graha yuti Chandra-12 would adjust the outcomes for both the mother and the native.

6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • The revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -12 becomes bhava-7-Mithunaya contractual agreements. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding xxx Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of philosophical principle (9) may become adversarial to matters of ancient folk custom (4) during these periods.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra -12 becomes bhava-5-Mesha contracts, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with entertainers, children or students, politicians, and celebrities. Any graha located in bhava-5 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Learning goals are provided by veiled, hidden operators (8) and by pollution, slavery, and unfairness (6). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Dhanus radical lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika

Chandra in bhava-12 rules-8 * * Sarala Yoga


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares

Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-12 * comfortable with contemplation * familiar with inner vision * needs privacy

Lifepartner-1 for Chandra-12 -Antares = Urisha-6.


As the planetary patron of randhrasthana-8, Kita-Chandra in bhava-12 becomes ruler-of-8 residing in 5th-from-8th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-8.

This yoga carries identity-changing upheaval in psycho-emotionally charged behind-the-scenes environments such as dormitories, private rooms, distant worlds, sleep and clairsentient realms (12).

It creates situations of sudden, unexpected force which may erupt in the private world with little warning, propelling an ongoing cycle of identity change and transformation. One appears to be calm - even rather sleepy - yet ever churning within. One senses the presence of catastrophic forces looming just beyond the surface of consciousness.

Chandra responds to unseen threats with defensive sensitivity towards the private realms. The imagination undergoes transformative renovation or reinvention as a response to threats. One is aware of much more secret activity than others sharing the same environment, and one is a holder of confidences that might frighten others. One is able to react calmly to catastrophic change, feeling often that all is an illusion, just floating by...

Dhanus-Haya specializes in patronage, preaching, humanistic worldview, doctrine and belief.

  • Mula-Nirriti may express a Ketu-influenced fearless optimism lacking regard for consequences.

  • Purvazadha-Apah may express the Zukra-influenced belief that sensual pleasure, wealth, music, and beauty are the keys to life.

  • Uttarazadha-Vaizva = Surya's influence may produce a confidence in theoretical dharma that suggests a global-scale teacher or inspiring politician.


The birth-mother herself is often deeply withdrawn into seclusion or cloister. Nichha-Chandra may add emotional growth-challenges to the relationship with the mother, who may be somewhat devious or manipulative in her parenting style. Perhaps the mother works in a research laboratory, hospital, monastery or prison. The mother's emotional availability is limited by her attachment to the enclosure. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native, by intuitively showing one how to manage the sudden upheavals and emergencies of life while maintaining a degree of peace in sanctuary settings. Naturally, any graha yuti Chandra-12 would adjust the outcomes for both the mother and the native.

6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -12 becomes bhava-7-Mithunaya. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding the avowed contractual relationships, specifically marriage. Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of distant worlds and private environments (12) may become adversarial to matters of contractual duties and trust (7) during Budha bhukti.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-12 becomes bhava-5-Mesha, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with the children, politicians, romantic affairs, dramatists, and self-referential or "diva" personalities. Any graha located in bhava-5 can also prove inimical to one's basic electro-magnetic emotional nature.

Learning goals are provided by avowed partners (7) and by creative personalities in politics, games, and drama (5). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Makara radical Lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika

Chandra in bhava-11 activates-7


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares


Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-11 * comfortable with connectivity * needs networking * settled into community rhythms , routine webworks

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-11-Antares = Urisha-5


As the ruler of yuvati-sthana-7, Kita-Chandra in bhava-11 becomes ruler-of-7 residing in 5th-from-7th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-7.

Chandra's familiar face produces an economic profitability (11) placement carrying the symbolism of celebrity, glamour, entitlements, and games (5) into the realms of contracts, deals, negotiations, bargains, and terms of agreement.

This yoga emphasizes community and economic participation roles such as friend, distributive agent, and social activist (11) expressing via the negotiation of mutual agreements (7). Income and gains from the contracts embedded within the social network.


Makara-Draco specializes in hierarchical pyramid-shaped social organizations, bureaucracy, social ranks and classes, structure and bones, orderly social leadership, regulation and legislation, policy and protocol, judgments and the rule of law.

  • Surya-ruled Uttarazadha-Vaizva pada 2-3-4 in radical lagna tends toward mystical and occult sensibility combined with externally pious and lawful behavior. Often involved with religious hierarchies.
  • Chandra ruled Shravana-Hari pada 1-2-3-4 contacts the eastern horizon at the time of birth, one may develop expertise in the law of contracts and trusts. Often a government agent charged with sensitive negotiations.
  • Mangala-ruled Dhaniztha-Delphinus pada 1-2 favors a dynamic, competitive ascent up the hierarchical ladder of corporate and government rank. Often a champion of the elite classes and their right to govern.

The birth mother is Typically, a socialite or social-participation agent. She may be community figure with many friendships. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to integrate the collectivity of friendships (11) within the avowed commitments of legal contracts and interpersonal relationships (7).


6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • The revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -11 becomes bhava-6-Mithunaya criminal business, commercial imbalances, disagreements, hostile team-mates. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding commerce and crime. Reflecting rational and mentalized bantering Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of economy and community (11) may become adversarial to matters of conflict, exploitation, and misappropriation (6) during these periods.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-11 becomes bhava-4-Mesha patriotism and home-roots, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke electro-magnetic emotional disagreements with those identifying themselves as 'aryan' original, pioneer land-owners; also with police and military guardians (and their weaponry Kuja). Any graha located in bhava-4 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Learning goals are provided by economic systems (11) and by deeply embedded local strongmen (Mesha) (4). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Kumbha radical lagna

Chandra in bhava-10 rules-6

Chandra-Vrizchika

artha dhana yoga


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares


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Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-10 * comfortable with protocol * familiar with hierarchy * needs order

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-10-Ketta = Urisha-4


Rogesha

As the planetary patron of rogabhava-6, Kita-Chandra in bhava-10 becomes ruler-of-6 residing in 5th-from-6th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-6.

Chandra's familiar face produces a public proponent of underappreciated, mis-assessed, unbalanced or mis-weighted values (6) placement carrying the emotionally rooted celebrity and speculative intelligence narrative (5) into the realms of public recognition and institutional leadership. The nativity with Chandra-10 is typically well-known as a sheltering, protective, or parental figure.

This yoga emphasizes exploitation of weakened or imbalanced situations in order to creatively and confidently (5th) craft a public career via a transformative process (Vrischika).


Kumbha-Ghata rashi specializes in community, systems, economies, ecologies, scientific and electro-magnetic networks, social-participation gatherings, friendship, and voluntary association. Kumbha is an enclosed airspace, such as a marketplace, comb or a drum

  • When Mangala-ruled Dhaniztha-Delphinus marks the eastern horizon at the time of birth, one may be a drummer pounding out the beats which bring the large group into coordination or a competitive orchestrator networking various sections together under one leader.
  • When Rahu-ruled Shata-visakya forms the radical lagna, an exotic figure arises to show the connections between past, present, and future.
  • Guru-ruled Purva-bhadrapada in the radical lagna indicates one who scientifically explains the connections between factors which determine large groups behavior.

The birth mother is Typically, a recognized figure in her environment. She may be a social leader. The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to combine the realities of imbalance and exploitation (6) with the duties of social leadership (10).

6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -10 becomes bhava-5-Mithunaya entertainment, politics, creativity, speculation. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding children and game-playing. Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of regulation and the social order (10) may become adversarial to matters of individual intelligence and charisma (5) during these periods. Much depends on graha in 10 and 5.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-10 becomes bhava-3-Mesha business management and daily reporting, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with publishers and writers, team-mates, office-mates, and sibling-type cooperators. Any graha located in bhava-3 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Learning goals are provided by fame and celebrity center-stage attention (5) and by daily mercantile activities (3). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.

Meena radical lagna

Chandra-Vrizchika

Chandra in bhava-9 rules-5


Chandra in Visaka-Radha

Chandra in Anuradha-Maitra

Chandra in Jyeṣtha-Antares


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Chandra-Vrizchika * nichha * comforted by mystery * sensitive to trauma-healing * needs discovery

Chandra in classroom-9 * comfortable with doctrine * familiar with philosophy * needs understanding

lifepartner-1 for Chandra-9-Ketta = Urisha-3.


As the ruler of vidyasthana-5 Kita- Chandra in bhava-9 becomes ruler-of-5 residing in 5th-from-5th. Thus intuitive, sensitive Chandra activates the glittering, regal, theatrical, intelligent, creative 5th-from-Chandra which is Vrischika-5.

Chandra's familiar face produces a globally recognizable representation of the intelligence and charisma (5) that carries the emotionally rooted royalty-celebrity-entitlement narrative (5) into the realms of the sangha of world believers, global humanistic perspective, university culture, philosophy, catechesis, ideology and doctrine (9). The 5th-from-5th also represents high attainments in creative performance arts.

This yoga provides extraordinary fortune , celebrity entitlements, and creative intelligence due to ruler-of-5 residing in 5th-from-5th.

The downside may be habitual [Chandra] gambling. The native is regal in demeanor and accountable to no one.


Meena-Antya specializes in charity, clairsentience, and spiritual guidance.

  • The fourth pada of Guru-ruled Purvabhadra-Pegasus may be a scientist or philosopher who draws upon a broadly conceptual, spiritual or theoretical imagery.

  • Should Shani-ruled Uttarabhadra-Andromeda pada 1-2-3-4 mark the eastern horizon at the time of birth, remarkable material wealth and proportionate charitable largesse may be expected.

  • Budha-ruled Revatika-Pausan * Antyabha (the Whale-sound) = pada 1-2-3-4 produces produces generous messengers, expansive angels, of the subconscious who guide like ferrymen using scripted speech, humming melodies and chants. Often a singer conveying a message.


  • 49th izari Ismaili Imam, Agha Khan-4 Karim al-Husseini * famed for his wealth, his charity, and his passion for racehorses. A global-scale humanitarian and regal figure, the Aghakhan is also an inveterate gambler.

The birth mother is Typically, a religious figure, whose doctrinal commitments are explicit and emotionally grounding for her. In certain nativities the philosophical beliefs of others about the character of the mother may lead to a deification of the mother within her own culture.

The mother's role-play during the child's upbringing offers a pivotal learning model for the native by intuitively showing one how to conduct oneself with humanistic compassion toward others while maintaining a lifestyle of extraordinary brilliance and privilege. "To whom much is given, from them much is expected."

6/8 shad-ashtakya growth-challenge angles

  • the revolutionary, emotionally turbulent, perpetually transformative, trauma-inducing 8th-from-Chandra -9 becomes bhava-4-Mithunaya home, shelter, cultural roots, and the mother's folk. This yoga suggests that in order to grow emotionally, particularly during Vimshottari periods of Budha, one must engage with identity-transforming conditions regarding the home culture, its rhythms, and its folk superstitions. Reflecting rational and mentalized Budha's eternal conflict with emotionally habitual Chandra, periods of Budha may provoke sudden interruption of the emotional expectations. Matters of philosophical principle (9) may become adversarial to matters of ancient folk custom (4) during these periods. Much depends on graha in 9 and 4.

  • The adversarial 6th-from-Chandra-9 becomes bhava-2-Mesha banking, accrued values and family lineage, suggesting that Vimshottari periods of Mangala can provoke emotional disagreements with members of the birth family as well as bankers, curators, librarians, database managers, and keepers of the treasures. Any graha located in bhava-2 can also prove inimical to one's basic emotional nature.

Learning goals are provided by local ethnicity and the mother's folk (4) and by historic lineages of valuable goods and knowledge (2). Those who are willing to work with the emotional growth-challenges may know healing for themselves and for others.


lifepartner-1 for Chandra-9-Ketta = Urisha-3.

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