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Hesse was a patient of the esoteric psychiatrist

born three months after


Siddhartha author Hermann Hesse in mid-life




anti-Nazi activist

1946 Nobel Prize for Literature

narratives of occult themes + relationship psychology + spiritual apprehension

Hermann Karl Hesse

Earth-birth Monday 02-Jul-1877

dematerialization 09-Aug-1962 [age 85]


mystical novelist





Hermann Hesse

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Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities


Aśleṣās - Naga - Uraga - Azreshasha - Hydra - Aayilyam - Bhujamaghabha

BPL commentary

For Aśleṣa births of a masculine valence, the condition of conversational, discursive, explanatory, instructional, argumentative, commercializing, evangelical Kumara may considerably affect the outcome.

For those born into the Budha-ruled paradigm of Uraga, siblings, cousins, schoolmates, bandmates, team-mates, entourage, ensemble, neighbors, managers, cohort, coterie, collaborative group, publishers, messengers, merchants, commercial agents, reporters, writers, scripts, plans, schedules, instructions, radio-television-internet, news-media, conferences, committees, discussions, travel itineraries, and texts may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Hydra. Their purpose is to hold securely, twist, and control.

Call to Roots

[Budha] -ruled Aśleṣās are typically storytellers. They are protective, parentally concerned, emotionally responsive communicators.

Intensely patriotic and often xenophobic, Naga-born harken to the old ways, the familiar rhythms, the folk stories which bind an ethno-cultural people to their roots. Aśleṣā have a particular genius for evoking ancestral guilt, ethnic narratives, and ancient resentments.

Aśleṣā have a particular genius for evoking ethnic narratives and ancient resentments.

Emotionally engaged and gesturing [Budha] in their messaging style, Hydra-born are often accomplished writers in literary genre ranging from political speech-scripters to parenting advice to folktale raconteurs. They specialize in tropes of root-culture, customs and habits, protection of the genetic stock, stabilization of the place of settlement, and defense of a way of life.

Bhujamaghabha speak the stories of a people in their land. It is the tale of a beginning in the watery mists, travel by ship, the struggle to farm and build, the cry for protection of a parental god, and finally the rooted possession of their place. Hydra-born are natural environmentalists who prefer conversations about parenthood, ritual worship and holidays, food and farms, schools, roads and housing, with an emphasis on ensuring continuity of culture. Depending upon the condition of parental Chandra, Aśleṣa fathers may bind their children closely.

In leadership roles, the Naga-born may communicate in a swaying, hypnotic jargon, talking in the familiar folk style, appealing to the base layers of the society, recalling an ancient past. Their sentimental audience is rapt with feeling. Their rhetoric is soothing, repetitive, simple, and homey, like a parental lullaby, soothing the baby's cries.

Once lulled, the Naga's quarry may be bound and captured, lashed to the safe place. It is a bondage ritual, repeated to ensure that nourishment can continue and ethnic customs can repeat in an unbroken, rhythmic flow.

Aśleṣās-born may be found in socially powerful messaging roles . They come to prominence when a tribe is weakened at the root and feeling vulnerable. An ancient racial narrative is invoked. This storyline may beseech a people to strap themselves to the land and waters which give sustenance. Its clarion call rallies the fyrd, the farmers' army, the simple folk's defense of their habits, their sustenance. To this place they are bound by hunger, by vulnerability, by a need for protection.

Themes of tight bindings, holding to roots, emotional restraint, and defense of ancient folkways may contextualize Naga's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Aśleṣa - Naga.

QUOTATION from: Shil-Ponde.(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 82.

" Outstanding characteristic of these people

  • is their rather unpleasant and unsociable disposition.

They are awkward and gauche in their manners

  • and are not quick to profit by their mistakes

  • because of their inability to adapt themselves to their surroundings

  • and their apparent reluctance to be gracious or kind to others.

This attitude militates against success in life

  • and is a barrier to progress.

These people should live less introspectively

  • and learn to appreciate the good in other people.

They should cultivate the habit of doing things for others."


Hermann Hesse in 1940's * Dutch National Archives


Hermann Hesse undated, elder


Biographical data matched to Vimshottari Dasha Calendar

[Guru Mahadasha ] [age birth until age 3.7]

02-Jul-1877 Earth-birth in Calw, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany * Guru-Chandra bhukti * Chandra lagnesha

[Shani Mahadasha][age 3.7 until age 22.7]

1892 [HKH age 14]

adolescent suicide attempt * Shani-Surya bhukti * Surya -12 maraka rules Ketu-2

1895 [HKH age 17] begins to read the works of Friedrich Nietzsche whose philosophical dualities eventually shaped Hesse's own work * Shani-Rahu bhukti * [Rahu in bhava-8] -- Shani-Rahu-Kuja=8 are shaping the mystery-seeking literary identity

[Budha Mahadasha ] [age 22.7 until age 39.7]

1900 [HKH age 22]

first travels outside homeland [to Italy] * Budha-Budha svabhukti * Budha rules 12-distant sojourn + 3 short itineraries

1902 [HKH age 25]

grieved the decease of mother, followed by young Hesse's extreme depression

* Budha-Ketu bhukti * Ketu abandonment

1904 [HKH age 26] begins to earn a living as a writer [Budha], after success of Peter Camenzind . This novel became popular throughout Germany and was praised by Sigmund Freud - Budha-Shukra bhukti *

Shukra rules 11-revenues

02-Aug-1904 [HH age 27] [MB age 36] consecration of marriage-1-of-3 with Maria "Mia" Bernoulli * Budha-Shukra bhukti * R-K gochara Simha-Kumbha contact radical R-K

09-Dec-1905 [HKH age 27] celebrated the birth of child-1 * Budha-Shukra bhukti* Shukra activates 9th-from-Chandra ++ dvadasa Sade-Sati

Apr-1907 until Jul-1909 Janma Sade-Sati Meena [age 29-32]

1911 [HKH age 33] with three young children at home, HKH decides to take an extended tour of Indonesia and Sri Lanka * Budha-Rahu bhukti] Rahu in bhava-8 ] sudden disastrous upheavals ++ dvithya Sade-Sati

08-Mar-1916 [HKH age 39] grieved decease of father * Budha-Shani chidra-dasha * Shani rules 12th-from-pitristhana

fall-1916 [HKH age 39] writes the occult novel Demian, to be published in 1917 * Budha-Shani chidra-dasha

[Ketu Mahadasha ] [age 39.7 until age 46.7]

1917 [HKH age 40] increasingly dissatisfied in the marriage. His multi-month habitual absences have caused Mia to become overworked and isolated.

HKH declares that Mia is schizophrenic. They separate. Ketu-Ketu svabhukti separation

1918 [HKH age 41] mental health dissociation, treated by Carl Jung - Ketu-Shukra bhukti* Shukra rules 3rd-from-Chandra conversations

1919-1920 [HKH age 44] divorce from alliance-1 from Mia Bernoulli, following 18 years of marriage [Rahu cycle].

HKH abandons his three sons. The children are flung into homes of relatives.

- Ketu-Rahu bhukti [Rahu in bhava-8] sudden upheaval

1922 [HKH age 46] publication of the celebrated mystical novel, Siddhartha * Ketu-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 9-fortunes

1923 [HKH age 47] obtains Swiss citizenship * Ketu-Shani bhukti * Shani rules 4th-from-4th citizenship

[Shukra Mahadasha ] [age 47.7 until age 67.7]

11-Jun-1924 [HKH age 47] consecration of marriage-2-of-3 with celebrated singer, Ruther Wenger * Shukra-Shukra svabhukti * R-K gochara Simha-Kumbha * contact D-1=R-K

1927 [HKH age 51] publication of Steppenwolf, which became regionally popular [and still is one of HKH's most recognized titles] Shukra-Shukra svabhukti* Shukra -1 activates 11-popularity, revenues

1931 [HKH age 55] consecration of marriage-3-of-3 with art historian, Ninon Auslander [b. 18-Sep-1895 in Czernowitz, Ukraine] *

Shukra-Rahu bhukti * R-K gochara Meena-Kanya contact [Chandra-Meena]

Feb-1937 until Apr-1939 Janma Sade-Sati Meena [age 59-62]

1943 [HKH age 67] publication of Das Glasperlenspiel = The Glass Bead Game [Magister Ludi]

becomes extremely popular and begins entering translation into other languages. Later scholars will consider Magister Ludi to be Hesse's masterwork * Shukra-Budha bhukti * atmakaraka Budha-11 popularity rules 3-writing

[Surya Mahadasha ] [age 67.7 until age 73.7]

1946 [HKH age 70]

awarded the 1946 Nobel Prize for Literature - Surya-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 9-fortunes, celebrity

[Chandra Mahadasha ] [age 73.7 until age 83.7]

[Mangala Mahadasha] [age 83.7 until decease age 85]

09-Aug-1962 [HKH age 85] dis-embodiment * Mangala-Shani bhukti * maraka Shani rules=7

[In May 1963, Mia Bernoulli died.]

Distinctive features of the Nativity


pitri-karaka [father] jyoti-karaka [light]

[collecting-preserving dhanesha for Karkata indriya-lagna]


[imaginative-charitable Arudra-4] [navamsha Surya-Meena] intuitively confident global visionary imagination

  • [Surya-Mithuna] Mithra - neighbor, companion * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the conversational gesturing rashi of Budha
  • [Surya in bhava-12] center of Other-Worlds * brightly contemplative * focus on seclusion * invisible light-source provides private guidance * intuitive entitlements * brilliant in research * backroom politics * intelligence for interior prayer * eye on creative imagination * sparkling center of the sanctuary * radiant clairsentient drama * father may be a researcher, or be isolated or unavailable



Pitrikaraka Surya activates Ketu-2 widowhood

  • Dad had been widowed, and Hermann was a child of dad's second marriage to HKH's beautiful mother [Shukra-1 in 2nd-from-Surya].

Hesse accounted his father to be a difficult and largely inaccessible man. [12]

  • Although working for an evangelical mission based in Germany, Dad was of Russian ancestry [Surya in bhava-12] . HKH's own alcoholism occupies the paternal Surya-12-Guru-6 axis.

Budha the ruler of Surya occupies 12th-from-Surya

  • dad = foreigner. Dad served as a religious foreign missionary [12] for the first decades of his career. After many years of church-work [and perhaps a bit of espionage]

dad acquired ownership of a publishing bookstore Surya-Mithuna in Germany.

  • HKH was immersed in the world of literature and the mechanics of publication since early childhood

[Surya in bhava-12] rules [Magha-Ketu in classroom-2]

Dad was older and already retired from his first career when Hermann was born into dad's second marriage.

  • In modern terms, dad would have been considered depressed, and Hermann experienced his family as a disconnected lineage Ketu-2.
  • The total effect is paternal neglect.

Importantly, the very experience of difficulty connecting [Ketu] with an empowered but unloving dad provided an impetus toward Hesse's literary explorations of male-to-male relationships in unbalanced authority roles.


matrikaraka [mother] * garha-karaka [village]

[energizing-identifying lagnesha for Karkata indriya-lagna]


[protective Purvabhadra-4] [navamsha Karkata Chandra ] intuitively sensitive sheltering

caretaking [Pushkara Navamsha]

  • [Chandra-Meena] comforted by ancestral guidance * settled into rhythmic intuition * needs contemplative sanctuary
  • [Chandra in Purvabhadra - Pegasus] soothed by expansive understanding * protectors of philosophical doctrine * preaches a broad perspective on human needs
  • [Chandra in classroom-9] comfortable with paradigmatic belief * emotionally attuned to sacred doctrine * accustomed to priesthood * maternal piety * soothed by globalist perspective * sentimentally righteous holiness * feels the pulse of preaching * calmed by a broad worldview * acculturated to principled understanding * needs a familiar catechism * protective patrons * habitually seeks guidance * settled into philosophical habits * undulating convictions * mother may be devout, philosophical, a disciple, a proselyte


CAREER - 10th-from-Chandra

Religion rules the parents

[Chandra-Meena] [9] occupies a 4/10 angle from [Surya-Mithuna- 12] HKH's parents shared doctrinal commitments shown via Guru's defining effects on both Chandra and Surya.


[Chandra in classroom-9] indicated a pious, devout, believing mother. The bhakti style of Chandra-9 is emotionalized, but the mom may place her religious practice above her unconditional love for her children.

HKH's parents were evangelical missionaries

According to HKH, his parents were deeply committed to their doctrinal-conversion outreach work, but young Hermann outgrew simple catechisms very early in life.

[Chandra in classroom-9] lagnesha suggests that HKH was deeply modeled upon his mother.

Her death at his age 25 plunged him into a vast depression.

MARRIAGE partnership emotional equity support expectations

HKH was married three times and twice divorced. Each of his three lifepartners were women of professional accomplishment.

In order, they were a trained photographer, a celebrated singer, and an art historian. Although he expressed frequent dissatisfaction in the married state, HKH generally accounted the third alliance as his happiest.

7th-from-Chandra-9 marriage-1-of-3

  • bhava-3 mentality, manual craft, writing, publication, conversations, thinking
  • Kanya suggests health puzzles. Mia quickly produced three sons in her late 30's. HKH regularly left the family for long adventures in distant lands, leaving Mia isolated and overworked. She was usually upset when he returned.

Wife-1 Maria Bernoulli.

7-Aug-1868 in Basel until 13-May-1963 in Bern [married 1904-1923] Descended from the distinguished mathematical lineage, MB was a professionally trained

photographer and businesswoman, nine years elder to HKH [his Karkata lagna]

Bhava-3 receives

drishti emitting from randhrasthāna, including a daunting Kuja Dosha from Rahu-Amplified Kuja-8.

  • Historians generally conclude that during his first marriage, HKH was an

    negligent, bullying, narcissistic husband. Mia may have qualified as a BPD wife.

  • As a pretext for divorce within a judgmental, conservative social environment, Hesse claimed that Mia was schizophrenic and psychotic. Yet, her "breakdown" occurred only once, during the multi-year catastrophic angry divorce from her admittedly self-obsessed and vindictive, alcoholic.

  • Following their divorce settlement, Mia behaved normally and enjoyed a happy life .

Divorce HKH age 44, Ketu-Rahu bhukti. HKH abandoned the family entirely, and his sons were dispersed among relatives. [Ketu in classroom-2] indicates that the person or thing to be abandoned = the family's culture, traditions, values lineage, genetic line, assets.

8th-from-7th-from-Chandra-9 = [2nd-from-Chandra] marriage-2-of-3

  • In 1924, after eight years alone, HKH remarried the celebrated singer Ruth Wenger during Shukra-Shukra svabhukti
  • HKH was himself an aspiring singer
  • bhava-10 professional recognition
  • Mesha energy, forward-motion, vigor, conquest
  • The union was short-lived. RW returned to her structured performance lifestyle

8th from [Shukra-1]

  • contains the complex, combustible, and contradictory Shani-Rahu-Mangala cluster in Kumbha-8
  • Second lifepartnership = troubled, brief, explosive

In 1928, HKH wrote a poem Einer einstigen Geliebten about RW: Considering the intense planetary population of Kumbha-bhava-8, it is more likely that he is writing not to his second wife, but to himself.

"You celebrated the Sacrament with me,

but lust appeared to you along with love,

therefore you did not unveil me.

You never revealed to me the anxious riddle of your being and confiding in love,

You always remained a mystery to me."

9th-from-7th-from-Chandra-9 = marriage-3-of-3

  • in 1931

    after several years of cohabiting [HKH age 54]

    during Shukra-Rahu bhukti, HKH married the German-speaking Ukranian-born art historian Ninon Auslander

  • bhava-5 art, creativity, genius, intelligence, romance
  • Vrischika initiation, transformation, sudden unexpected changes, exploration

According to HKH, his third marriage was the most engaging.

3rd from [ Shukra-1 ]

  • bhava-3 management
  • Kanya service, ministry, helpfulness

Ninon Auslander secretarially [3] organized HKH's literary and fine-arts oevre, creating a filing system for his manuscripts, correspondence, copyrights, licenses, contracts

  • They lived happily with a degree of secrecy [Vrischika] which allowed HKH the ideal [5] lifestyle, and furthered his literary creativity. With NA's quietly able assistance, HKH won the Nobel Prize his age 70.


bhratru-karaka [brother] virya-karaka [virile]


[Yogakaraka witty-creative vidya-pati for Karkata indriya-lagna]

[Yogakaraka dutiful-executive karmesha for Karkata indriya-lagna]


[imaginative-guiding Varuna-4] [navamsha Mangala-Meena] intuitively competitive forward-pushing championship envisioning innovation

  • [Mangala-Kumbha] vigorous community activism * warrior for economic progress * proactive linking * push toward regulated systems * pursues profitable roles * spearhead of mass interconnectivity * futuristic thrust * dominating energy in social networking * conquest of marketplace interactions * champion of distributed associations
  • [Mangala in bhava-8] drive toward discovery * pursuit of rebirth * revolutionary dynamics * aggressive approach to emergency events * energetic transformations * urge to dig-drill -dive-excavate-plumb-explode-explore * vigorous revelations * explosive eruptions * unexpected force * pushes through camouflage * mysterious conquests * pro-active rejuvenating surgeries
  • [Kuja-yuti-Shani] 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 challenges.
  • [Kuja-yuti-Rahu] thrill of muscular action * competitive ambition * passion to win * fascinating physicality * compulsive drive toward heroic battle * dynamic desires * champion of culture-clash * forward thrust toward opportunity * forceful pursuit of privilege


[Yogakaraka] = [Mangala-Kumbha-8] activates

  • 5-intelligence, creativity, celebrity, children, gambling, financial speculation, center-of-attention roles
  • 10 social visibility, respect, reputation, elite positions, iconic stature, leadership, public-authority-roles

[Kuja-yuti-Rahu] activates creative, publishing, celebrated, genius-identified Vṛścika-5 Karakamsha in the publicly recognized 10th-from-Kuja.

Kuja drives a lifelong process of self-re-invention that is both exhilarating [Rahu] and exhausting [Shani] due to the impact of social structures upon the individual consciousness.

HKH's literary characters were primarily young men [Mangala] involved in competition, inner discovery, often via complex relationships with other male figures [Kuja]


jamayah-karaka [sibling] sandesha-karaka [message] shisya-karaka [student]

[busy-messaging bhratru-pati for Karkata indriya-lagna]

[retreating-contemplative vyaya-pati for Karkata indriya-lagna]


[calculating-strategic Mriga-2] [navamsha Budha-Kanya-uchcha] intuitively explaining narrative of imbalanced, logical situations

[Atmakaraka writing, publication, articulation, announcement, instructions, description]

  • [Budha-Urisha] financial communications * articulation of tonal value * talks about stored goods * discusses collected assets * delivers descriptive evaluations * sends historic messages * skillfully signals the music * preservation methods * describes sound frequencies * hands-arms-shoulders send sensual gestures
  • [Budha in bhava-11] narrative of marketplace information * describes ecological gridwork * calculates economic profit * reports on revenues * describes distributive networks * talks about social participation * Sibling-type friendships * conversations about voluntary connections * announces achievements * delivers interlinking instructions * discussion in large assemblies * defines the webworks of community


Busy Budha activates Kanya-3 Arudha lagna = writing, publication, dialog

Budha dominates in Shad-bala

[Atmakaraka] Budha-the-Writer occupies collaborative, communicating 3rd-from-Chandra

rules [Kanya 10th navamsha] contains uchcha-Budha-10

  • widely-praised novels and political essays * 1946 Nobel Prize in Literature

gainful, communicative [Budha in bhava-11] rules

  • 3-publication, scripts and manuscripts, detail management, plots, planning
  • 12-imagination, meditation, distant lands

Budha = super-earner from writing, publication, translation, reprints

Hesse's father [Surya-Mithuna-12] owned a publishing company. After a few early years working as a clerk in bookstores, HKH's earnings were derived exclusively via his own book sales. Hesse lived until age 85, he traveled extensively, lived on a garden estate, and he never practiced any other job. Income entirely from full-time writing. HKH stopped writing - except for a few brief reflections on childhood -in his early 60's,

Yet, his third wife [Kanya-3 = 3rd-from-Shukra] assiduously catalogued his writings, thus assuring that his literary contracts were honored. Due to Ninon Auslander's business skills, Hesse continued to earn from royalties as his books went into translation editions.

Virtually all of HKH's books are still in print, and his estate continues to collect revenues from new editions.


dhava-karaka [husband] bahuta-karaka [variety]


[inimical-medicating rogesha for Karkata indriya lagna]

[philosophical-doctrinal dharmesha for Karkata indriya lagna]

[multiple optimistic but misguided service ministries]

[beliefs fuel illness]

[many dogmatic enemies offering to help]

[diversity of principled accusations]


[historical-evaluating Mūla -2] [mūlatrikoṇa] [navamsha Guru-Urisha]

  • [Guru-Dhanus] much philosophy * wide worldview * doctrine of inclusive diversity * broad scope of guidance * humanistic ideology * permission to preach * expands the range of beliefs * multiple theories * generous priests * global beneficence * many sacred teachings
  • [Guru in bhava-6] broad ranging ministries of service * extensive distress * ideological disagreements * many injuries * much victimization [being eaten] * tolerance for diverse diagnoses * abundant digestive imbalance * many grievances * much betrayal * numerous unfair accusations * broad scope of disorderly conduct * cheerful acceptance of human misery * believes in problematicity * patron of pharmacies * many medicaments * in a wifely nativity, husbandly-companion may aid the suffering


[Guru in bhava-6] rules

  • 6-disagreement, divorce, ailment, injury, betrayal, medication, accusation, injustice
  • 9 - philosophy, life-principles, paradigm of belief, worldview, father-figures, preaching


[Guru-Dhanus] [historical-evaluating Mūla -2] owns-and-occupies [10th-from-Chandra]

Master of Angst.

HKH's literary reputation was based in his ability to describe profoundly meaningful philosophical amd interpersonal conflict among educated persons of goodwill.


many and diverse headaches, depression, alcoholism

[Guru in bhava-6] occupies the emotionally associative, community-linking, economically gainful, friendly, goal-oriented, socially-networked 11th-from-Chandra-Kumbha.

Hesse had a great many drinking buddies.

During a time of terrible war [6] while writing from neutral Switzerland, Hesse provided anti-dehumanizing German voice within the violent discourse of annihilation of enemies and race-hated. [Guru-Mūla ] 6 also contributed to his self-medicating alcoholism and multiplied the number of divorces.

  • [HKH age 70]

    1946 awarded the 1946 Nobel Prize for Literature- Surya-Guru bhukti * Guru rules 9-fortunes, celebrity


svadu-karaka [sweet] kalatra-karaka [wifely companion]

[homebound-anchoring bandhesha for Karkata indriya lagna]

[profitable-networked labha-pati for Karkata indriya lagna]

[smooth marketplace relationships]

[financial profits via real-estate and personality]


[political-gaming Pushya-1] [navamsha Shukra-Simha] intuitively harmonizing dramatic romantic creative arrangements

  • [Shukra-Karkata] values comforting routine * likes to nourish * attracted to settled habits * prefers a home-loving partner * taste for folk-lifestyle * appreciates farmers-and-fishers * pleased by secure borders * enjoys rhythmic seasons * adorns beautiful gardens * seeks balanced parenting arrangements * aesthetic of domestic sharing
  • [Shukra-1] seeks pleasure via handsome embodiment * enjoys the company of women * graciously attractive appearance * active style of balancing * pursues adjustable arrangements * appreciation of muscular vitality * pleasing designs to adorn the head * aesthetic of new life * physical exercise to balance the brain * identified with brokerage * seeks the sweet midpoint of dynamic negotiations * energetic pursuit of equity * identified with acts of diplomacy * bargains vigorously for fair exchange * in a husbandly nativity, wifely-companion may be an athlete-innovator-pioneer


[Shukra-1] rules

  • 4-household, parents, cultural foundations, routine, habit, security, sense of belonging
  • 11-income, revenue, gain-of-goals, social network, marketplace, friendships

His literary oeuvre contains mostly works about his early friendships and education, including the Das Glasperlenspiel * Glass Bead Game [1943] for which Hesse won the 1946 Nobel Prize in Literature.


duro-karaka [endurance] * jara-karaka [Jahre, years]


[bargaining-arraning yuvati-pati for Karkata indriya lagna]

[mysterious-initiating randhresha for Karkata indriya lagna]


[communicative-publishing Purvabhadra-3] [navamsha Shani-Mithuna] intuitively ordering hierarchically structured normalizing communications

  • [Shani-Kumbha]

    heavy old economic systems * obliged to conform to marketplace rules * responsible scientific work * structural compression upon skin-nerves-ankles * mandatory electro-magnetic networking * regulated revenues * lawfully distributed earnings * must materialize past-to-future gridwork * must sustain lowest-common-denominator connections * proletarian communities * conventional friendships * elderly mentors * Slowly achieves social-material goals * scarce conductive resources * maintainer of old economies

  • [Shani in Bhava-8] steady time-structured transformations * impedes infinity * must impose order upon dangerous environments * resists the advance of inexorable change * must regenerate while maintaining the system * cautiously conventional initiations * tense renewals * postpones surgery * fear of eruptions * chronic trauma patterns * pressures on the hidden mechanisms of sexual-reproduction * blocks the revelation of mysteries * pushback against emerging new cycles * disaster fatigue * martial law * dry rigidity limits rejuvenation * frugal in-laws * elders preserve undisclosed assets
  • [Shani-yuti-Mangala] 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.
  • [Shani-yuti-Rahu] stiff social 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


[Shani in Bhava-8] rules

  • 7 marriage, contractual relationships, equity, fair arrangements, representation
  • 8 secrecy, transformation of identity, discovery, hidden assets, in-laws of first marriage


rajyalobha-karaka [ambition] picchala-karaka [slippery]


[for Karkata indriya lagna]

[Rahu casts passionate drishti into 12-2-4]

[transformative economics in times of revolutionary change]

[prestige community initiations]

[desire to transform the marketplace systems]

[craves secret gainful linkages]

[entrancing hidden friendships]


[conventional-ordering Varuna-2] [navamsha Rahu-Makara]



  • [Rahu-Kumbha] shimmering illusion of profitable webworks * over-reaching friendliness * mirage of knitted netting knotwork * fabulous marketplace associations * extraordinary electro-magnetic connections * intriguing ecologies * mask of lawfully interlinked systems * fascinating achievements * culturally mixed social networks * seeks special importance via apparent [but perhaps not authentic] attributes of scientific futurism * extravagant assemblies * finds opportunity in economic distribution * craves community-linkage * seeks privilege via socialite-roles
  • [Rahu in bhava-8] passion for prestige mysteries * in svabhava of Competitive Kuja, the Shadowy Specter seeks glamorous veiling * surreptitious identity recycling * wizardry of aperture open-close * fascinating self-reinvention * amazing surgical rejuvenation * outsider who cleverly insinuates into revelatory roles * desires an important role in trauma-healing * fabulous transformative initiation * reveals occult truths * shocking discovery of confidential information * exciting mixed-culture secret-keeper * finds opportunity in catastrophe * masquerade of esoteric empowerment * poses as a secretary [secret-keeper] of a powerful entity * risk-rewarding in-laws * irregular inheritance * boundary-breaching disclosure of concealed evidence * intrigue of camouflaged assets * stimulated by dangerous emergencies * disguised as a cuidado or shaman * social mobility via mirage of hidden empowerments
  • [Rahu-yuti-Mangala] 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
  • [Rahu-yuti-Shani] amplified public formality * pragmatic exaggeration * exotic social conventions * slippery hierarchies * tricky rules * opportunistic elders * fascinating [but perhaps illusory] strict conformism * regulated risk-taking * hypnotic outsider insinuates normalcy * orderly cross-cultural mixing * thrilling legitimations


HKH suffered highly complex lifetime nerve disorders

[Kumbha nerves skin] = [Shani-yuti-Rahu] + [Kuja-yuti-Rahu] = battling impulses of competitive passion [Rahu, Kuja] vs. and systematic order [Shani, Kumbha]

HKH proceeded upon a lifetime exploration [8] of the psychic depths, tantric secrets, and dangerous associations


kavandha-karaka [headless] chidra-karaka [gaping] vasana-karaka [vacuum]

[for Karkata indriya lagna]

[passively fixated on ambitiously friendly- profitable Rahu-Kumbha-8 healers, explorers, transformers]


[rhythmic-protective Magha-4][navamsha Ketu-Karkata]

  • [Ketu-Singha] brightly dissociates from creative performance * fragmented entitlements * eccentric intelligence * peculiar brilliance * not limited by celebrity roles * ignores restriction on political opinion * releases a sparkling crimson cloud of divine charisma into the misty abyss
  • [Ketu in classroom-2] abandons the preserved values * eccentric voice * odd face * disperses family affluence * disregards conventional limits on sound-music-language * disinterested in genetic lineage * surrenders the hoard * odd food * peculiar precious goods * abdicates banker-conserver-collector roles * dissolves libraries * devalues treasuries * unless other graha in 2, may prefer to live free from historic traditions


Ketu occipes the emotionally adversarial [6th-from-Chandra]. Tendency to surrender, walk-out, abandon in preference to confronting or directly accusing an adversary. Often seems to have a / teflon coating / to which complaints, lawsuits, attacks simply cannot stick.

[Ketu in classroom-2] provides an amputated link to the heritage and the family of origin. HH's birth family were abandoning in their behavior, with a tendency to grant their religious convictions much more value than their parental love. [2, value]

The early part of HH's Ketu Mahadasha [age 39.7-46.7] was particularly dissociative and disconnective.

  • 1918 [HKH age 41] mental health dissociation, treated by Carl Jung - Ketu-Shukra bhukti* Shukra rules 3rd-from-Chandra conversations
  • 1919-1920 [HKH age 44] divorce from alliance-1 causes HKH to abandon his three sons. The children are flung into homes of relatives.

    - Ketu-Rahu bhukti [Rahu in bhava-8] sudden upheaval

Within the typical range of disorientation for the Ketu Mahadasha experience, HH reported the worst of the zombie sort of unreality and inability to bond general peaks by the time of the Ketu-Rahu bhukti.


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