births of a
feminine 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 Surya-ruled paradigm of Iswara,
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 is provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Nunki.
Their purpose is to express the radiant clear light of truth
in an orderly, institutional framework.
Dhanuzya Pada-1 can show Brihaspati's rulership of 1-embodiment +
4-cultural foundations. Nakshatrapathi Surya + Guru enjoy high-compatibility yang patterns which stimulate creativity and grant charismatic authority. Pada-1 tends to be
paternalistic, politically savvy, self-referential to the point of self-righteousness, and generous of spirit. Iconic and inspirational
teachers of the patriarchal lineages are found here. Assess the role of Brihaspati to determine the degree of optimism and alignment with the prevailing doctrine. A woman born in Pada-1 is likely to teach- preach via her husband. Yet, if she is able to obtain patronage, she may act independently (Surya).
Makara-pada 2-3-4 express the tension between structural Shani and
solipsistic nakshatrapathi Surya. From the Makara lagna, Surya becomes the revelatory, illuminating randhresha. Thus
pada 2-3-4 are mystical and gender-neutral
(Shani). Pada 2-3-4 demonstrate respect for age and orderly governance. Yet their purpose
is visionary (Surya). Psychics and seers are found here. Depending on the
vigor of Shani, hierarchical institutions may come to surround their initiatory teachings.. A woman born in Pada-2-3-4 may be a
spiritual healer in her own right. Her emotional dedication to
the lifepartner's wellbeing arises from Chandra =
Themes of clairsentient vision, lawful transformation, and
prophecy may contextualize Ishwara's terrestrial experience. Also applies to
Chandra in Uttara-azadha.
Themes of restoration of lost knowledge,
gardening, fertility of understanding, wish fulfillment, and conceptual
teaching may contextualize Aditya's
terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Punarvasu
QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 87
"...a contented nature.
She is one who is interested in forming societies and clubs,
fluent in speech ,
She is extremely devoted to her husband."
Distinctive Features of the Nativity
pitrikaraka * Jyotikaraka
- Azresa- Surya-Karkata * Bhanu * ray of light
- Surya in bhava-7
* center of
relationships, focus on agreements, brightly negotiating,
confident in brokerage and trade,
intelligence for equity, peer entitlements, eye on contractual relationships *
sparkling center of thedeal-making drama
Dad = wealthy, ethnically German, liaison officer of the
Russian Empire in service to the Tsar.
- Surya in bhava-7
Dad's patrimony along with subsidies from husband-1 seemed to provide much the funding for her global travel
adventures. When Dad died, his estate provided HPB with a substantial
inheritance. She rarely needed to perform manual labor (except
legerdemain) due to funding from dad and husband-1.
- Surya in bhava-7
indicates a middleman or liaison officer.
Surya rules 8 = 5th-from-4th, fortune from the parents, inheritance,
Surya occupies 7-agreements-and-contracts
in 10th-from-10th, showing that partnerships with independent-thinking
male figures (Surya male) were key to fulfillment of leadership roles.
- randhresha Surya-7 governs Rahu-Shani-Kuja-Budha-gulika-mandi --
clustered in 8 --
suggesting a very complex situation regarding
hidden knowledge, undisclosed treasuries, mystical languages, and veiled
Surya rules the ambitious and over-reaching occultist Rahu-8-Magha
+ Mangala-8 emergencies, interventions
HPB revealed (8) a vast treasury of
esoteric historical and metaphysical knowledge
matrikaraka * garha-karaka
Chandra-Kanya * comforted by rhythmic remedial service
- Chandra in Chitra pada 1-2 * comforted by designing pursuits * protectors of dynamic architecture, dominating arrangements, progressive rebalancing
- Chandra in
classroom-9 * comfort in the paradigm of belief * familiar with doctrine * accustomed to routine patronage * soothed by globalist perspective * needs to feel the repeating pulse of preaching sermons * calmed by a broad worldview * acculturated to principled understanding * emotionally sensitive father-figures * habitually seeks guidance * settled into the rhythm of philosophical humanism * undulating convictions
- Somana-yuti-Zukra * Emotionally indulgent * comforted by balanced arrangements * nourished by luxurious pleasures * sensitive to sisterly figures * needs to negotiate * seeks shelter in alliances* preference for owned properties * soothed by beauty * feels like a partner
her mother (Chandra) was a regionally well-known writer
according to wikipedia, Helena Fadeyeva [was] the author, under the pen-name "Zeneida Riva", of a dozen novels. Described ... as the "Russian George Sand", she died at the age of 28, when Helena was eleven."
- Mom = the reputed local literary author, Helena Adreyevna von Hahn
- Yelena born when mom was 17.
- Chandra in
classroom-9 literary creative, philosopher, guide ++ vidyapathi-5
adds an element of accusation, exploitation, and illness.
Childhood younger Sister
HPB reckoned herself to have been attached to her younger sister Vera. There was
also a younger brother Leonid. 3rd-from-Chandra = Vrischika-11. Vera
maintained the family's social network and assisted with funding. (11)
Vera was herself an occultist (11 ruled by Mangala-8) and active
promoter of the Russian-cultural enthusiasm for mid-19th-century
(Somana) = spoiled by servants (Kanya)
- Dad's military appointments required frequent house-shifts. Yelena
and her sister Vera were effectively raised by their grandparents, on an
estate attended by serfs.
- The girls received in-home instruction by
governesses (Kanya, single ladies).
- Topics included European languages and literatures, music
(piano), and drama. HPB used all of these refined skills in her adult
Chandra + Zukra-Kanya =
generally popular with service-oriented women, despite occasional competition
- remembered as a 'spoiled' child indulged by a busy mother and raised by servants
servants Zukra-Kanya also substitute for mother
Zukra = yogakaraka for the Makara nativity * benefits via women
- many ladies of means provided HPB with substantial support from
their own purses, including unpaid secretarial labor and amanuensis,
housekeeping and meals, travel allowance and accompaniment,
organizational scheduling and correspondence.
- Historically, the international Theosophical Society (Blavatsky
group) has been dominated by women including numerous women
(HPB age 17) * exchange the vows of marriage-1
with the elder Vice-Governor of the Kartvelian province, Gen. Nikifor Vasilyevich Blavatsky.
According to HPB's account, the marriage endured for three months only, and
was never consummated, but she retained her married surname.
- Marriage-1 = bhava-3 * ruled by Guru-Makara-Draco *
randhresha Surya-7 limits the viability of marriage contracts
- husband-1 = father-figure, peer of her father's, 23 years her senior.
- Guru occupies 5th-from-Chandra
++ 11th-from-9th, suggesting that while the first marriage was
overconfident (nichha-Guru) and emotionally unsustainable, there were
- General Blavatsky provided er new surname and continued
= = 2nd-from-Chandra
- Marriage-2 = bhava-10
- ruled by nichha-Zukra-9
- Zukra rkarmesha occupies 12th-from-10
suggesting a brief and unsustainable union
- Chandra suggests a comfortably culturally rooted mate.
- HPB's second husband, after a few months, returned to his native
Georgia. Similar to her first marriage, HPB maintained that the
second alliance was instrumental and never consummated.
bhratru-karaka * virya-karaka
* vigorous pursuit of fame * creatively moving political theatre * proactive drama
* push toward celebrity entitlement * champion of pageantry *
military parades * brilliantly energized celebrations *push
toward parties and games * sexually active romance * flamboyant
Mangala in bhava-8
* drive toward discovery * pursuit of rebirth
* revolutionary dynamics * aggressive approach to emergency events * invasive
transformations * vigorous revelations * explosive eruptions of
unexpected force * pushes into hidden environments * energized
mysterious conquests * pro-active surgeries
* communicative competitions * energized signaling * dynamic reporting * clipped speech patterns * abrupt announcements * champion of vigorous messaging * pushes toward
direct commands * potential for aggressive gestures
* incisive speech * forceful
* repressed movements * constant tension between sexual energy vs
social rules * dynamic structuring
* competitive force must cooperate with
disciplined hierarchies * potential for punitive
reactions to change * required containment of natural
forces * military officer * musculo-skeletal
* thrill of muscular action * excited competition * energized pretense
* dynamic desires * masculine force joins
opportunistic ambition * potential for aggressive pursuit of
- an extraordinary collection of Graha in Simha-8 related to
Budha * bandhava-karaka * zisya-karaka
Budha-Simha * political communications * articulation of unique creativity * delivers announcements about celebration * manufacturers bright displays * explains celebrity entitlements * delivers messages about romance * declares poetic adoration * delights in glittering phrases * manages entertainments * details the procedure for theatrical amusements * speaks with royal flamboyance * talks about gambling * plays intelligent games * hands-arms-shoulders send dramatic gestures
- Budha in bhava-8 * narrative of
hidden information, mysterious facts, unexpected eruptions, shocking revelations, detailed
discoveries, describer of unexpected circumstances, explainer of sudden change,
delivers instructions for new identity, talks about transformative healing and
* explainer of competitive energies, articulation of forward action, message of innovation and forward movement, outspoken, fraternal conversations, aggressive communications, talkative brother-figures
* explainer of rules and systems * affinity for regulatory, law-imposing roles expressing skills of communication, explanation, description, instruction * explainer of rules and systems * affinity for regulatory, law-imposing roles expressing skills of communication, explanation, description, instruction * articulation of maturity and responsibility, message of institutional order, talkative elders, talkative elders
* explainer of thrilling risk * affinity for thrilling, risk-rewarding roles expressing skills of communication, explanation, description, instruction * articulation of ambitious desire, message of exciting opportunities, chatty foreigners and outsiders, talkative mix-masters
Budha rogesha HPB suffered from
Bright's Disease (diabetes) ** Ketu in
classroom-2 in 6th-from-Chandra
= oracular testimony of mysterious hidden sources called 'Great Masters'
Bhava- 8 considered in addition to vyvapathi Guru-1 forms a remarkable pattern that strongly suggests an
dhavakaraka * bahuta-karaka
Brihaspati rules Meena
- Guru-Makara-Draco *
* understands social structure * develops many rules * class-conscious convictions * conventional doctrine * believes in common sense * pragmatic guidance * philosophical realism * diverse social responsibilities * principled materialistic worldview * faith in hierarchical order * preaches about wise governance * widens the
scope of institutional authority
- Guru in bhava-1 *
* much vitality * jolly personality * generous disposition *
numerous identities * much jovial competition * many cheerful
sporting activities * believes in direct action *
expansive aura * extra
height-or-girth * embodiment of jovial cheer * a patron of generous
nichha-Guru in bhava-1
- fiercely addicted to cigarette smoking
- constant indulgence in cigarette smoking as well as enchanting,
snake-like hand movements
Guru in bhava-1 rules
3-Lodges + small-group conferences ++ 12-Other Worlds
Writer books and articles =
ruler of 3 occupies 1
- Guru-ruled bhava-3 accepts drishti
of Chandra + Zukra + Mangala.
- highly successful Writer whose
philosophical literature has remained in print from
first publication (1880's) until the present
- excellent for writers and manual skills, including legerdemain.
- HPB was an accomplished pianist and wrote voluminous book-draft pages all by hand. Her
seance trickery by sleight-of-hand was also notorious at the time. she became obese before her death from pneumonia and renal failure (Brights Disease) at age 59
- bhava-3 = copying, esp. hand-copying;
- much question regarding the veracity of the journalism (3) =
due to nichha-Guru
Guru rules Dhanuzya 10th navamsha =
paradigm of belief, dogmatist, doctrinal profession
nichha Guru in bhava-1
uniquely expansive personality channels the doctrine
Generally, lifetime struggle with and nearly catastrophic criminal
accusations rooted in the typical spiritual materialism. She got into
polarizing catalysis with fakery due to the nichha Guru.
Zukra * svadhu-karaka *
- Zukra-Kanya *
* appreciation of service -or- victimization, likes logical argument,
attracted to laboring classes, servants, and animals * prefers
exploitive, unbalanced arrangements * pleasures of medication and toxic
pain relief * enjoys humility, aesthetic of
remedies for injustice
- Zukra-9 *
pleasure of philosophical doctrine,
enjoys paradigmatic beliefs, feminine-figures preach-teach on principles, global equity
* pleasing designs to adorn the pelvic floor, femoral sockets,
sacral plexus * appreciation of theory,
philosophy of justice
* sweetened security * gracious caretaking * appreciation for nourishing protection * emotionalized negotiations * sheltering arrangements * soft caretaking beauty * sheltering arrangements * balanced caretaking * soothed by beauty * pleasant emotional response * enjoys local rhythms * arrangements according to the folkways * musical mother-figure * protective contracts
paternal inheritance * ruler of 11th-from-Surya = Zukra-9 =
fortunate gain from father ++ due to Zukra
drishti upon 7th-from-Chandra ongoing funding from the first husband as
weak kidneys (Zukra-Kanya)
ailment Bright's Disease resulting in renal
Shani * duro-karaka * jara-karaka
(challenging placement) * heavy old entitlements * the weight of old royal drama
* obliged to conform to center-stage flamboyant divas * vital energy
compression stress zone = heart-spine * must accept pragmatic social
restrictions upon creative self-expression * strictly imposed rules
governing political affairs * must apply socially required restrictions upon genius, games, drama, children, romance
* must endure lowest-common-denominator proletarian
entertainments * must work with slow, elderly political game-players * must continue to conduct lawful
entitlement ceremonies despite scarce available resources
- Shani in Bhava-8
* Structured, orderly, time-conscious transformations. One must slowly,
inexorably change the old order. One must regenerate while always maintaining the system;
cautious, conventional discoveries; tense renewals, fear of
emergencies, chronic trauma patterns; hidden
features of sexual-reproduction; heavy legacy pressure against free
mysteries. Resistance to new identity. Disaster fatigue; martial law. Resentment toward changes in partner's
behavior. Extra responsibility for the impecunious family of the lifepartner.
In-laws contribute little. Support for socially-approved, rigidly dutiful roles
as surgeon, tantriki, concealer, mask-maker, emergency regulator.
* social resistance to competitive action * pragmatic pursuits * cautious innovation * limited pace of progress * delayed (but not denied) championship * physical discipline * constraints on instinctive movement *conventionally regulated sports * tension from contradictory push-pull impulses
* resistance against signaling * materialistic siblings * responsible for maintaining lawful commerce * pragmatic coupling * limited interaction * disciplined messaging * structured announcements * speaks plainly * proletarian instructions * regulated business * constrained communication * conventionally regulated conversations
stiff resistance to unbridled ambition * formally regulated cultural mixing * disciplined thrills * class-based limitations upon privilege * repressed quest for intriguing importance * socially constrained opportunism * shimmering illusion of systematic conformity * irregular achievements * over-reaching elders * restricted risks
lifetime marked by vigorous applause, astounding
depictions of previously unrevealed lineage history, along with accusations of legerdemain and fraud
* Rahu + Shani-yuti-Mangala + Budha = values, truth,
Rahu * rajyalobha-karaka * picchala-karaka (slippery)
* age 5.3 until age 23.3 ** 1836-1854
- Magha magic * Rahu-Singha *
* 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 and games* seeks special importance via apparent (but perhaps not
authentic) attributes of brilliant risk-taking, fabulous speculation, political power, celebrity roles
Rahu in bhava-8
* passion for secrets
in swabhava of Competitive Kuja, the Shadowy Specter seeks privilege via glamorous or unusual secrets, recycling, rebirth, reinvention;
rejuvenation. The Chandala in 8 desires a special, important, therapeutic role in transformative, hidden
knowledge, confidential, revolutionary, catastrophic
role. May be the secretary (secret-keeper) of a powerful individual or
group. Opportunistic in-laws, inheritance, alimonies. Exciting,
family of the lifepartner (in-laws). Rahu-8 trespasses
the cultural boundaries of undisclosed assets, dangerous secrets, emergency
situations. Rahu the Poseur may pose
as a tantric initiator, disaster manager, keeper of dangerous secrets,
identity-changing healer, or holder of secret empowerments.
* 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
* amplified evangelism, magnified communications, exotic information, tricky signals,
opportunistic siblings + co-workers, fascinating (but perhaps illusory) appearance
of critically important details, hypnotic articulation, explanatory descriptions
of cross-cultural mixing
* amplified public formality * magnified systematics * exotic social conventions * tricky regulations *opportunistic elders * fascinating (but perhaps illusory) appearance of strictly lawful structures * hypnotic ascent to privileged social rank * pragmatic cross-cultural mixing
according to the record given by M. Blavatsky to a biographer,
HPB spent the years 1848 until 1858 traveling the world.
The Guru-Shani bhukti (Shani lagnesha) combined with the
Rahu-gochara-opposition in Kumbha-2-family, occurring in 1858, would
have marked the end point of her
global travels approximately age 27, with a return to her birthplace
in Ukraine, to see her sister.
Ketu * kavandha-karaka * chidra-karaka
* dissociates from distribution webs, dissociates from distribution webs, incomplete economy, empty profits, dissolute systems, severed connections, not limited by community, disarrayed ecology, ignores restriction on network linkage, applies linkage to the misty abyss, severed connections,
not limited by community, disarrayed ecology, ignores restriction on network linkage
- Ketu in
classroom-2 * wanders from the preserved values, eccentric voice, disperses family affluence,
absent from lineage history, surrenders the accumulated knowledge, irrelevance of the
mouth, the foods, and the
stored goods; disregards conventional boundaries of speech-language.
One abandons a collection, dismisses the treasuries, or walks away from the hoard.
Ketu typically generates a
Narrative of dissolution, incoherence, fragmentation re: historic truths, lineage legitimacy,
veracity, financial well-being, family origins.
Speech patterns *
ruled by Magha Shani-8 +++ drishti into 2 from
- Observers remarked upon HPB's gravelly voice, along with her
verbal wit. User of several languages and a storyteller nonpareil.
- Rapid speech with a mixture of language accents
was, according to some listeners in her audience, the source of occasional
incoherence due to the speed and
slurring of her speech.
of her early séance years, HPB claimed that her speech suffered from the
interference of malefic spirits.
= speech patterns that transmit via subtle electrical networks (Kumbha).
Ketu-2 receives incoming drishti
from Rahu + Shani + Mangala + Budha
The narrative (2) of her family history was
often embroidered (Rahu) with insinuations (Rahu) of royal
pretense Rahu-Singha perhaps in the attempt to imbue her
travelogues (2) with a sense of the fabulous (Rahu).
Once the misty veils had dissipated, historians determined that HPB's family consisted
of a military father (Kuja) writer mother (Budha) two siblings
(Budha) and salient grandparent-figures (Shani).
pattern of breaking up, distancing, and incoherence was
reflected by HPB's mother's early death, her father's continuing
absences due to his profession, and wealthy custodial
grandparents who essentially ordered their household serfs to
raise the remaining children.