QUOTATION from 300 Combinations 1912-1998 Jyotiṣika BV Raman comment upon Yuga yoga
= seven graha located inside only two rashi.
themes of passion, shame, and scandal
romantic poet of forbidden love
dematerialization 31-Aug-1867 [age 46]
romantic poet of forbidden love
birth data from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Baudelaire
tentatively rectified by BP Lama Jyotishavidya
charts + graphs + tables = produced by Shri Jyoti Star - adapted by BP Lama
Kita - Thrikketta
For Jyeṣṭha births of a masculine valence, the condition of conversational, discursive, explanatory, instructional, argumentative, commercializing, evangelical Kumara may considerably affect the outcome.
For those born into the Budha-ruled paradigm of Varta, siblings, cousins, schoolmates, bandmates, team-mates, entourage, ensemble, neighbors, managers, cohort, coterie, collaborative group, publishers, messengers, merchants, commercial agents, reporters, writers, scripts, plans, schedules, instructions, radio-television-internet, news-media, conferences, committees, discussions, travel itineraries, and texts may be especially influential.
Instructional guidance is provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Antares. Their purpose is to communicate a forceful, dynamic, healing regeneration cycle via sexual energy transfer and discovery of secrets.
[Budha] -ruled Jyeṣṭha gentlemen are typically outspoken, incisive and decisive, competitive, descriptive, and energetic communicators. Thrikketta-born maintain a deep sense of mental seniority. Capable writers, Ketta men are quick-witted and skilled in handcraft. Articulate and pro-active to the point of verbal aggression, they find a ready audience on topics of a mysterious, apocryphal, hidden, or forbidden nature.
Thriketta fellows may be handlers of secrets of a sexual, psychological, political, military, engineering, or financial nature.
Masters of verbal control and manipulation, Zakra chaps are often found in politics. Due to the influence of nakshatra-pati Budha, often Jyeṣṭha -born use words to manage an ever-transforming experience of power.
In the process of channeling these mysterious and compelling kinetic energies, Thriketta men may engage in sexual intrigue and dangerous liaisons. Ketta-born are natural psychologists. Jyestha can become transformative healers when their sexual energy consciousness evolves.
Themes of verbal contest, sexual energy transfer, and healing discovery may contextualize Jyeṣṭha 's terrestrial experience. Also applicable to Chandra in Jyeṣṭha - Antares
QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde.  . Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra .p 85
" A dark and sensitive nature ...
On the surface they are respectable, law abiding citizens, ostensible church-goers,
Smooth, oily, and suave to all appearances,
Charles Baudelaire in 1864, age 43
Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha Calendar
[Guru Mahadasha] [age birth until age 11.5]
09-Apr-1821 Earth-birth in Paris, France * Guru-Shani bhukti
Feb-1827 [CB age 6] grieved decease of father - Guru-Shukra bhukti [Budha-yuti-Shukra] * Budha activates 7th-from-Surya
Nov-1828 [CB age 7] mother's remarriage to a military commander-general. CB feels a terror that he no longer holds a central place in his mother's world * Guru-Surya bhukti * [Shani-yuti-Surya] shani activates 8th-from-Chandra sudden change of mothe
[Shani Mahadasha] [age 11.5 until age 30.5]
Apr-1839 [CB age 18] expelled from Lycee-Louise-le-Grand for acts of impropriety, indolence, and indiscipline * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha activates 8-sudden release
1840 [CB age 19] started law school, but did no studying * Shani-Ketu bhukti
Jun-1841 [CB age 20] purported voyage to Kolkata, India, cut short when Charles jumped ship in Mauritius * Shani-Shukra bhukti [uchcha] Shukra activates 12-distant lands
Feb-1842 [CB age 21] After relaxing in the islands, knowing that his inheritance was imminent, CB returned home to Paris * Shani-Shukra bhukti [uchcha] Shukra activates 4th-from-4th homecoming
Apr-1842 [CB age 21] receives large inheritance from his father's estate * Shani-Shukra bhukti [uchcha] Shukra activates 7 legal trusts
1843 [CB age 22] within 18 months, Baudelaire had squandered more than half of his considerable fortune * Shani-Shukra bhukti [uchcha] Shukra activates 12-dissolution
1845, 1846 [CB age 24-25] publication of critical essays " Salons" garnered favorable critical attention * Shani-Chandra bhukti * Chandra-8 activates 9-literary arts, celebrated intelligence, fame
[Budha Mahadasha 0.5 until decease age 46
1856 [CB age 35] much-praised publication of Baudelaire's translations of Edgar Allen Poe * Budha-Shukra bhukti * [nīcha] Budha-yuti-Shukra [uchcha] * Budha publication ++ [Shani-yuti-Shukra] Shani activates 3-translations
1857 [CB age 36] publication of his seminal work, symbolist and modernist, Les fleurs du mal. Depending upon the social class of the critic, this controversial text was acclaimed either as a brilliant masterpiece of modernist genre or as unwholesome trash. More than 160 years later, the text remains in print, still studied in university literature classes as an exemplar of the Symbolist genre. * Budha-Shukra bhukti * [nīcha] Budha-yuti-Shukra [uchcha] * Budha publication ++ [Shani-yuti-Shukra-uchcha] = Shani activates 3-translations
1860 British-design water-flush toilets begin to be standard fixtures in newly built European bourgeois homes. However, CB and his companions likely never used the sanitary convenience.
1866 [CB age 45] massive stroke followed by paralysis * Budha-Guru bhukti [Guru-yuti-Shani] shani seizure
31-Aug-1867 [CB age 46] dis-embodiment via syphilis * Budha-Shani chidra-dasha [Shani-yuti-Shukra] maraka rules-7 [Shani-yuti-Guru] maraka activates-2
1871 decease of mother
Distinctive features of the Nativity
pitri-karaka [father] jyoti-karaka [light]
[dutiful-hierarchical karmesha for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[reputation for theatical-political intelligence]
[bright center of intuitive guidance]
[clairsentient understanding of dramatic display]
[celebrated entitlement to imaginative speculations]
[political focus on visionary leadership]
[imaginative Revatī-4] [navamsha Surya-Meena] intuitively confident visionary imagination
[Atmakaraka uniqueness, centrality, drama, glitter, romance]
Dad = a complex person as demonstrated by the FIVE graha accompanying pitrikaraka Surya-Meena.
CB's father was 34 years elder to his mother.
Step-Father = 8th-from-Surya = bhava-12 Tula
Shani transit to Mithuna-8 + Sade-Sati + Shani drishti to 10-2-5
However, most observers recognized that his stepfather was a force of balance [Tula] and order [Shani] who acted in a paternally responsible fashion by preventing further wastage of the inheritance money.
matrikaraka [mother] * garha-karaka [village]
[philosophical-doctrinal dharmesha for Vṛścika indriya-lagna]
[pioneering-champion Punarvasu-1] [navamsha Chandra-Mesha] intuitively sensitive pursuing competitive champion
OUTCOMES - CHANDRA
CAREER - 10th-from-Chandra
Chandra activates fortunate, philosophical, artistic, celebrated Karkata-9 = Arudha lagna
Following her first marriage to a wealthy civil servant 34-years her elder, Mom had a fortunate life  . Next, mom remarried with a pensioned retired military commander. She represented the philosophical influence in Baudelaire's life. In the Paris of the 1840-50's, Maman was a muse and a guide to CB. Mom cared for CB without interruption. Despite his political, literary, and sexual antics, Mom accepted her only child in whole. CB died in mom's arms, age 46.
MARRIAGE partnership emotional equity support expectations
bhratru-karaka [brother] virya-karaka [virile]
[energizing-identifying lagnesha co-ruler of Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[inimical-medicating rogesha for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[calculating-assisting Andromeda-2] [navamsha Mangala-Kanya]
OUTCOMES - KUJA
jamayah-karaka [sibling] sandesha-karaka [message] shisya-karaka [student]
[mysterious-revealing randhresha for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[friendly-economic vriddhi-pati for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[dramatizing-creative Andromeda-1] [navamsha Budha-Simha] political-dramatic creative signal-communication
[Budha nīcha-bhanga] yuti-Shukra in 10th-from-Chandra reputation
OUTCOMES - BUDHA
[Budha nīcha-bhanga] writing in 10th-from-Chandra career profession reputation.
Baudelaire became a famous [navamsha Simha] writer in his own era. The fame burns brightly still His works continue to be read as paragons of the Symbolism movement that he represents.
His lasting literary fame is grounded via his ability to explain the complex romantic emotions intertwined with the social hypocrisies of modernizing France.
dhava-karaka [husband] bahuta-karaka [variety]
[collecting-preserving dhanesha for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[witty-creative vidya-pati for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[philosophical-believing Revatī-1] [navamsha Guru-Dhanus] intuitively expansive doctrinally humanistic worldview
OUTCOMES - GURU
Guru activates Meena-5 Karakamsha
Guru-5 creativity, romance rules wise, inclusive Dhanus-Guru in [10th navamsha]
svadu-karaka [sweet] kalatra-karaka [wifely companion]
[Uttarabhadra-4] [navamsha Shukra-Vrischika] intuitively harmonizing secretive mysterious relationships
OUTCOMES - SHUKRA
Flowers of Evil 1821-1867 symbolist poet Charles Baudelaire enjoyed the company of prostitutes. The great love of his life was an African lady of the night whom he adored as Black Venus * V nus noire . Like most of his lovers, CB died of venereal disease.
duro-karaka [endurance] * jara-karaka [Jahre, years]
[collaborative-communicative sahaja-pati for Vṛścika indriya-lagna]
[homebound-anchoring bandesha for Vṛścika indriya-lagna]
[networking-earning Revatī-3] [navamsha Shani-Kumbha] class-conscious social network
OUTCOMES - SHANI
rajyalobha-karaka [ambition] picchala-karaka [slippery]
[for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[Rahu-4 casts passionately property-owning habitual drishti into 8-10-12]
[champion-pioneer Purvabhadra-1] [navamsha Rahu-Mesha]
OUTCOMES - RAHU
kavandha-karaka [headless] chidra-karaka [gaping] vasana-karaka [vacuum]
[energizing-identifying lagnesha co-ruler for Vṛścika indriya- lagna]
[dispersed engagement with entitled leadership]
[dissolution of regally commanding positions]
[restlessly anarchic toward high-ranking theatrical roles]
[may abdicate a top dramatizing position]
[surrenders useless celebrated authority]
[apatheticly forgives the trespass of executive speculators]
[abandons unsustainable elite game-playing]
[absent from empty state-regulated displays]
[disregards respected pageantry conventions]
[eccentric entertainments may symbolize brilliant mirage of the regime ]
[reputation for erratic displays of genius]
[has the creativity and the status, but walks away from public empowerments]
[passively fixated on ambitiously friendly- profitable Rahu-Kumbha-4 parents, householders, property-owners, gardeners, stewards of Earth]
[bargaining-adjustable Pūrvaphalgunī-3] [navamsha Ketu-Tula]
OUTCOMES - KETU
| Wonderfully concise Excerpt
from the biographers at
" French poet tormented by religion and the struggle between good and evil in man, suffused with his deeply Catholic sense of sin and remorse. His "Flowers of Evil" was condemned as immoral in 1857, confiscated by authorities for offending public morals. He was a Catholic and a Satanist, a debauchee and mystic, cynical sensualist and yearner for purity. Sexually morbid and a sadist, he sought the unbathed women "of the streets."
In his extraordinarily complicated life, he had a suffocatingly intimate relationship with his bewildered mother, who lovingly nurtured and then callously ignored his lifelong dependence on her which reached classically Oedipal proportions. He was the son of a lapsed Catholic priest , a ... cultured epicureanwho passed onto his son his love of art. After his dad died in 1827, his mom married Col. Jacques Aupicki, a dour career diplomat who, disgusted by his high-strung stepson's eccentricities, tried to impose military standards of discipline and conduct, values that Baudelaire disavowed in a rebellion that lasted the rest of his life.
By the time he came into his inheritance from his birth father in 1842, he was already exorbitantly precocious and foppish, squandering over a half of his considerable fortune in 18 months. His taste ran to elegant fashion, and he would have gone through the entire amount had not his stepfather brought the spending spree to a halt with legal intervention. Much to his humiliation, Baudelaire was then forced to petition an attorney for his funds, cap in hand, living on a meager monthly allowance.
His spending spree was the only time in his short and miserable life that he was ever without financial stress. His writings were not only scandalous, but paid poorly, and he once remarked that his income for years was the equivalent of the price of two cigars a day.
He lived in dilapidated fleabag hotels, eking out a precarious existence as a poet, art critic and translator of Edgar Allan Poe. He changed his address in Paris about 30 times during his adult life, once moving six times in a single month in 1885, seeking to evade creditors.
Baudelaire's "Les Fleurs du Mal" came out in 1857, unleashing a fire storm of criticism and nearly a century of acrimonious litigation.
Addicted to ether capsules and laudanum [opium] , he sought to numb himself to the ravaging effects of syphilis , contacted in the Paris Latin Quarter as a young man. He was a cynical voluptuary, an amoral aesthete who shocked his friends by dying his hair green and sprinkling his conversation with non sequiturs. He referred to "the intoxicating pleasure of displeasing", as he refused any semblance of conventionality but formed a lifelong liaison with Jeanne Duval, the "Black Venus" of his "Fleurs," a mixed-race drug-addicted prostitute.
The first signs of insanity appeared in 1862. In his final years his skin was discolored and his joints affected. He collapsed in March 1866 while admiring an architectural point of beauty with friends in Belgium. He returned to Paris in a private railroad car some months later and over the next 12 months suffered a slow death from syphilis [GPI] . By early 1867 he scarcely remembered his own name by April he had lost his will to live and on 8/31/1867, he died in his mother's arms in Paris."
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