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poet

novelist

songwriter

Anglo-Indian newspaper journalist

short-story author

celebrated litterateur

1907 Nobel Prize in Literature

narrative themes of British Empire


Rudyard Kipling

a.k.a. Joseph Rudyard Kipling

Earth-birth Saturday-30-Dec-1865

dematerialization 18-Jan-1936 [age 70]


NYT review of Kipling's legacy https://www.nytimes.com/books/00/04/30/reviews/000430.30ederlt.html

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Celebrated British writer of fiction, songs, and political slogans

narratives of Empire and colonialism

Rudyard Kipling

1865-1936


birth data from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudyard_Kipling

tentatively rectified by BP Lama Jyotishavidya

charts + graphs + tables = produced by Shri Jyoti Star - adapted by BP Lama

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativity

Purvaphalguni

Yoni - Bhagadaivata - Prakphalguni - Arjuni


BPL commentary

For Purvaphalguni - Yoni - births of a masculine valence, the condition of sweetly musical, artistic, harmony-seeking, negotiating, balancing, arranging, designing, matching, pairing, sensually pleasuring akarshana-karaka Bright Beautiful Bhrigu may considerably affect the outcome.

Due to the definitive influence of kalatra-karaka Shukra, gentlemen born into the realms of Bharani - Yamya, Pūrvaphalgunī - Yonī, or Pūrvāṣāḍhā may find that their worldview is greatly shaped by the character of the feminine companions.

For those born into the Shukra-ruled paradigm of Vutavabana, feminine figures such as sisters, aunts, and wives, along with partnerships, contracts, bargains, sensual pleasures, lovers, artistic beauty, luxurious scents, treasuries, financial arrangements, and music , may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Zosma. Their purpose is to dramatize, glamorize, and politicize the grand theatrical values of creative life.


Diplomatic charm

[Shukra] -ruled Purvaphalguni gentlemen are often found in the sparkling bright worlds of politics , romantic idealism, entertainment, speculative finance, and spectator sports. Yoni-born chaps often display a thick mane of leonine hair and a charming sense of humor.

They are happiest when enjoying a choreographed sport, playing music, dancing with agility and grace, or performing a richly costumed dramatic role for an appreciative audience, Delighted by spectacle and applause, they glitter and smile at parties, political campaigns, gambling and games..

Depending upon the placements of dhanakaraka Shukra and dhana=pati Budha, the Purvarjuni-born may also excel in financial showmanship, bargaining toward a political or commercial agreement, and the high drama of romantic relationships.

Like all Shukra-governed births, Bhagadaivata-born must take care to avoid the misuse of drugs and alcohol. Political success depends upon the charisma of lagnesha Surya. Financial success depends upon the dual-dhanakaraka Shukra and Budha.

Themes of political celebrity, lavish musical entertainments, arts and fashion, and financial agreements may contextualize Pubba's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra-Purvaphalguni.

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 83


" A physical rather than a mental type.

  • A healthy constitution

  • not given to worry or anxiety regarding the problems of living.

He must guard against impulsiveness

since he is apt to act without sufficient thought

  • and as a result he makes many mistakes

  • which are difficult to rectify

  • and which may be disastrous.

He is very active physically and will be proficient at various sports

  • reveling in the joy of mere action,

  • even purposeless action.

These people seem never to rest and are constantly in motion.

  • As soon as they have finished one thing they start on another,

  • frequently doing several things at a time."


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Kipling in the late 1890's


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1915, Rudyard Kipling age 50, at the height of his cultural and literary fame


Kipling's Cultural-Literary Legacy

author George Orwell called Kipling a " Jingo Imperialist"

Kipling recorded how the Victorian world finalized modernized in response to World War-1, and how Empire was experienced by different populations within it

Kipling produced vigorously race-hate language for anti-German propaganda

literary innovator in genre of short-story

His children's books were enormously popular when published. Despite his other prolific works having been denigrated as Victorian imperialist boastings, the children's books have continued to charm new generations of Euro-sphere parents.

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IF... a poem by Rudyard Kipling --

"If you can keep your head when all about you

Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,

If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you

But make allowance for their doubting too,

If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,

Or being lied about, don't deal in lies,

Or being hated, don't give way to hating,

And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream, and not make dreams your master,

If you can think, and not make thoughts your aim

If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster

And treat those two impostors just the same

If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken

Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,

Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,

And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings

And risk it all on one turn of pitch-and-toss,

And lose, and start again at your beginnings

And never breath a word about your loss

If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew

To serve your turn long after they are gone,

And so hold on when there is nothing in you

Except the Will which says to them: "Hold on!"

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,

Or walk with kings, nor lose the common touch,

If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you

If all men count with you, but none too much,

If you can fill the unforgiving minute

With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,

Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,

And, which is more, you'll be a Man, my son!

Biographical details matched to Vimshottari Dasha calendar




[Mangala Mahadasha] [age birth until age 5.6]

30-Dec-1865 * Earth-birth in Bombay, Bombay Presidency, British India [now Mumbai, Gujarat, India] * Mangala-Rahu bhukti


[Rahu Mahadasha ] [age 5.6 until age 23.6]

1871 [RK age 6] After a visit to their homeland, Kipling's parents returned to India, abandoning RK and his sister in England. The foster family bullied and abused RK for three childhood years, age 7-10 * Rahu-Rahu svabhukti until Rahu-Guru end ++ Sade-Sati

1886 [RK age 21] published first poetry * Rahu-Shukra bhukti * Shukra-5 rules 3-publication


[Guru Mahadasha ] [age 23.6 until age 39.6]

1890-91 [RK age 26] Suffers nervous breakdown, provoked by the death of his intimate friend, Wolcott Balestier * Guru-Guru svabhukti * Guru rules Ketu-8 ++ Guru rules 8th-from-Chandrap>18-Jan-1892 [RK age 26] consecration of marriage-1-of-1 with Carrie Balestier, of the Balestier publishing family. Carrie was the sister of RK's deceased lover, Wolcott Balestier. * Guru-Shani bhukti * Shani rules Kumbha 7th-navamsha * samchara Rahu-Ketu via Vṛṣa-Vṛścika contact Chandra-Urisha ++ Carrie's Vṛścika-Chandra

29-Dec-1892 [RK age 27] celebrated the birth of child-1 * Guru-Shani bhukti * Shani rules 9th-from-Chandra * samchara Rahu-Ketu via Vṛṣa-Vṛścika contact Chandra-Urishap>1894 [RK age 29] published the acclaimed children's story Jungle Book * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha publication

May-1896 [RK age 31] public assault by brother-in-law Beatty Balestier, who was RK's landlord, romantic interest, and publisher * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha sibling-figures + [Budha-yuti-Mangala] aggression

Jul-1896 [RK age 31] repatriated to southern England, with Carrie and children * Guru-Ketu bhukti * Ketu withdrawal from unsustainable conditions

1897 [RK age 32] published Captains Courageous, a celebrated children's book * Guru-Shukra bhukti * Shukra rules 3-publication

Feb-1899 [RK age 34] published the soon-to-be controversial White Man's Burden-- apprehended by readers as a paean to imperialism * Guru-Shukra bhukti * Shukra rules 3-publication + 10-public opinion

07-Mar-1899 [RK age 34][Josephine age 6] grieved the tragic decease of child-1 via pneumonia * Guru-Shukra bhukti * Guru rules 2nd-from-5th-from-Chandra = decease of eldest child


[Shani Mahadasha ] [age 39.6 until age 58.6]

Dec-1907 [RK age 42] Nobel Prize in Literature * Shani-Shani svabhukti * uchcha-Shani-3 rules 9-10-from-Chandra, public celebration, respect

22-Nov-1910 [RK age 45] grieved the decease of mother, Alice Macdonald Kipling * Shani-Budha bhukti * matrimaraka Budha rules 2nd-from-Chandra + dvadasa Sade-Sati

Jan-1911 [RK age 45] grieved the decease of father John Lockwood Kipling * Shani-Budha bhukti * pitrimaraka Budha rules 7th-from-Surya + dvadasa Sade-Sati

[May-1912 until Jun-1914] Janma Sade-Sati Urisha

  • [10, public authority, leadership, social recognition, elite roles]
  • age 47-50
  • overlaps Shani-Shukra bhukti + Shani-Surya bhukti

27-Sep-1915 [RK age 50][son John, age 18] grieved the tragic decease of child-3 who was killed on WW-1 battlefield * Shani-Surya bhukti * + dvithya Sade-Sati


[Budha Mahadasha ] [age 58.6 until disembodiment age 70]

Shani Ashtamsha via Dhanus-5 = Dec-1928 until Apr-1931

18-Jan-1936 [RK age 70] decease via brain hemorrhage in his garden, in Fitzrovia, London, England * Budha-Rahu bhukti

Salient features of the Nativity



[Surya]

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

[svabhava]

[energizing-identifying lagnesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[bright center of uplifting philosophy]

[intelligence for inspirational belief]

[celebrated patronage entitlement]

[political focus on principles of doctrine]

...

[calculating-strategic Pūrvāṣāḍhā-2] [navamsha Surya-Kanya] intuitively confident genius for portraying the service class, unbalanced environments, unfair or polluted persons

[Surya-yuti-Kuja]

[Surya-yuti-Budha]

[Surya-yuti-Guru]

[Surya-yuti-Shukra]

  • [Surya-Dhanus] Aditya - the unsplit, undivided * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the preaching-teaching philosophical rashi of Brihaspati
  • [Surya in bhava-5] center of sparkling entitlements * poetic romance * literary-artistic intelligence * splendid speculations * radiates brightly political celebrity * focus on glamour * genius for dramatic entertainments * eye on smart gambling * brilliant in games * bright center of creative performance * father may be a dramatist-speculator-politician
  • [Surya-yuti-Kuja] confidently progressive * bright warrior * moves in alignment with the spiritual rays of the Sun * creatively intelligent brother-figures * self-reflexive political pursuits * champion of brilliant ideals * competitive father-figure * entitled to conquer * focused on winning * radiantly pioneering
  • [Surya-yuti-Budha] * confidently conversational * bright messenger * entitled to discuss * creatively intelligent sibling-cohort * discursive father-figure * gestures conduct the spiritual rays of the Sun * radiantly descriptive * articulate in drama * skillful game-player * self-confident announcements * talks about ideals * narrative of power-politics * recites love poems * describes divine romance
  • [Surya-yuti-Guru] confidently expansive in drama * generous in games * smart children * multiple father-figures * brightly self-referential teachers * charitably manifests the spiritual rays of the Sun * creatively intelligent doctrine * entitled to philosophize * inclusively idealistic in romance
  • [Surya-yuti-Shukra] confidently harmonious * brightly creative bargainer * uniquely intelligent feminine-figures * entitled to pleasures * aesthetic expressions align with the spiritual rays of the Sun * financial politics * graciously creative * dramatic promises * radiantly diplomatic * self-reflexively attractive * father may be artist-broker-arranger

OUTCOMES - SURYA

[Mangala-Dhanus] yuti [Surya-Dhanus] yuti [Shukra-Dhanus] yuti [Guru-Dhanus] yuti [Budha-Dhanus]

RK = an astounding concentration of graha in [5-literary creativity]

  • includes Mangala + Shukra + Budha [all three at 2-deg Mula] + Surya + Guru [in Apah]
  • = the combined rulers of 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11

Lagnesha [Mūla-Surya in bhava-5] rules

  • 1-personality, integrity, mobility, vitality, uniqueness, initiative
  • Karakamsha Simha-1

[Surya-yuti-Kuja] [5]

  • literary expressions of masculine radiant entitlement

SURYA-CAREER

PATRIOTIC ICON of the hierarchy of EMPIRE

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Pride

  • RK's robust language praising king and empire resonated deeply with a people seeking pride [Surya] in their entitlements

[Surya-yuti-Guru] ideological confidence

  • during the heyday of the British Empire, RK's Imperialistic paeans [Surya] were wildly popular with British-Indian and Euro-American readers .

[Mūla-Surya lagnesha] grants boom-bust ICONIC status

  • Mūla] Surya + [Mūla] Mangala + [Mūla] Shukra

More than simply a literary author and songwriter, RK became a symbolic masculine personality.

  • Admirers declared him to embody the genius [Surya] of a humanistic vision [Guru] of global civilization [Surya-yuti-Guru]

FATHER

Dad = John Lockwood Kipling.

For most of his adult life, Dad was a college design-arts teacher and sculptor in Bombay.

[Surya-yuti-Guru teacher] + [Surya-yuti-Budha handcraft] .

  • Dad held a prominent position in arts education in their British Colonial settlement in the great port city of Bombay, India.
  • [Surya-yuti-Shukra] indicates that Kipling enjoyed his relationship with his artist father.

Surya-5 occupies occupies the trauma-inducing, discovering, revealing, danger-seeking 8th-from-Chandra. Like son, dad led a partially camouflaged life.



[Chandra]

matrikaraka [mother] * garha-karaka [village]

[uchcha] [retreating-contemplative vyaya-pati-12 for Simha indriya-lagna ]

...

[entitled-displaying Mrigashira-1] [navamsha Chandra-Simha] [mulatrikona] intuitively sensitive to politics, drama, flamboyant display, celebration, royal entitlements, confident power

[Pushkara pada]

[Atmakaraka rhythms, undulation, routine, cultural patterns, protection, familiarity, parenting]

  • [Chandra-Urisha] comforted by precious values * settled into rhythmic gathering * needs luxury
  • [Chandra in Mrigashira] sensitive to mating scent * comforted by signaled movement * needs instinctive competition
  • [Chandra in classroom-10] comfortable with high reputation * socially recognized protector * parental style of leadership * Familiar Face to the public * sensitive to social protocol * accustomed to regulations * soothed by peak position * acculturated to executive routines * settled into the rhythm of respected roles * feels the repeating pulse of elite status * calmed by climbing hierarchical steps * anchored into lawful responsibility * undulating authority * mother may be a dignitary, a well-known figure, a principal, a prominent parent

OUTCOMES - CHANDRA

CAREER - 10th-from-Chandra

respected, widely-recognized [Chandra in classroom-10]

occupies communicative 3rd-from-Chandra

  • rules localist, environmentalist Karkata-12 imagination, distant lands, fantasy, enclosure, isolation, distant worlds

Chandra rules 12 - need for escape

  • RK needed long sojourns in distant lands. He followed a lifetime pattern of international house-shifts which continued throughout his married adulthood.
  • While he continued writing, RK shifted between Anglosphere settlements in India, England, New England [USA] and South Africa.

RK reputation based on his ability to render the previously culturally opaque realms of Bharati village life, into a familiar sonorous form [Soma sound]

  • Also, RK often disappeared from home by taking extended solo visits with his parents -- leaving his wife and children behind while he retreated [12]

Resonating, undulating uchcha-Chandra activates Urisha [10th navamsha]

  • doubling RK familiar-face cultural visibility profile
  • RK was known to the public as an exemplary, patriotic parent-writer, who produced much-beloved books for children.

[entitled-displaying Mrigashira-1] commercial, pushing sales, a craftsman, a businessman, attuned to production

[Mangala-Dhanus] yuti [Surya-Dhanus] yuti [Shukra-Dhanus] yuti [Guru-Dhanus] yuti [Budha-Dhanus]


Wife's family

2nd-from-7th-from-Chandra [8th-from-Chandra ] = the Dhanus-5 cluster, including 3-graha-in-Mula

Kipling had an extremely complex and demanding relationship with his in-laws.

  • The Balustier [Ballister] family [his in-laws] operated the publishing house which handled his promotions, distributions, and royalties.
  • RK was exclusively signed to Balustier Press, and he never worked with any other publishers.

Chandra Urisha rules the managing, mercantile 3rd-from-Chandra

  • familiar rhythms and routines focused into professional writing habits [Shani-Tula-3, mental-manual habits]

Shukra-5 [wife] rules 3rd-from-Chandra ++ Shani-Tula-3, publishing

  • MManaged on a day-to-day basis by Carrie, RK produced a lifetime of literary projects

  • Due to the family's detailed management from concept to point-of-sale, most of his publications enjoyed significant commercial success.

RK was both deeply attached and deeply conflict toward his wife's family, who controlled every aspect of his career.


Mangala within Dhanus = the wife's brothers

Recently uncovered literary correspondence, hidden since the 1880's, suggests that RK had passionate involvements with both of his wife's brothers.

  • One of Carrie Kipling's brothers, the author-publisher Wolcott Balestier, is said to have been Kipling's romantic lover
  • Wolcott's suicide was a cause of RK's severe nervous breakdown in young adulthood.

Another of Carrie's brothers, Beatty Balestier [Ballister] was their landlord in Vermont, USA

  • Beatty Balestier was also Kipling's marketing, distribution, and publishing agent upon whose benevolence Kipling's career much depended.
  • RK had been very productive in New England.
  • But after a violent disagreement with his brother-in-law Beatty, RK suddenly relocated his young family back to southern England.

MOTHER

Mom = Alice Macdonald Kipling, an artist and socialite.

  • Mom was admired for her beauty and her wit. Her personality and social position [10] aided RK's career.

[Chandra in classroom-10] social reputation.

  • a popular entertainer, a familiar figure within their Anglo-Indian social class, a writer and conversationalist, one of four celebrity sisters

CHANDRA-CAREER

[Mangala-Dhanus] yuti [Surya-Dhanus] yuti [Shukra-Dhanus] yuti [Guru-Dhanus] yuti [Budha-Dhanus]

  • the astoundingly creative Dhanus-5 cluster occupies the shad-ashtaka 6/8 awkward angle regarding Chandra.

RK was brilliantly productive but emotionally off-balance

  • regular extended visits with his parents [Chandra] -- sans wife-and-kids -- helped RK to restore his emotional health

[Chandra in classroom-10] in trauma-inducing, discovering, revealing, threatening, danger-seeking 8th-from-Chandr a

Shukra-5 in 8th-from-Chandra

  • RK's protective parents viscerally disliked his wife Carrie [Shukra]

Emotional complexities of 6/8 imbalance

Chandra Urisha

  • 6/8 to Dhanus-5, his powerhouse creative inspirational genius
  • 6/8 to Shani-Tula-3, his impeccably disciplined manufacturing process

feelings [Soma] seek expression via complex, hidden relationships [Shukra in 8th-from-Chandr a]

  • these hidden arrangements are adversarial [6] to RK's romantic writing works [5]

8th-from-Chandr asuggests a career-protecting code of secrecy among those with whom he was most comfortable.

In addition to coverage provided by his protective parents, RK belonged to a literary men's club in London. Here, he socialized with men like himself, who shared a love of Entitled masculinity and Empire.

  • The men with whom RK socialized in England, New England, and South Africa, were reportedly not enamored of the frustrated and controlling Mrs. Kipling.

MARRIAGE partnership mutual support expectations

[7th-from-Chandra-10]

  • 4-parenting, household, security, customary routines, habitual rhythms
  • Vṛścika secrecy, discovery, undisclosed activities, regeneration, camouflage, masks

Career-defining [uchcha-Chandra] in 6/8 adversarial shad-ashtakya to kalatra-karaka Shukra

  • Vṛścika-4 = 7th-from-Chandra ruled by [Mūla-Kuja-5]
  • ++ [Mūla-Kuja-5 intakes drishti from disciplining [uchcha-Shani-3]

In addition to controlling the household operations - including her ability to keep the children quiet so that RK could write -- Carrie Balestier would have been a superior pre-press manager, editor, and secretary.

  • However, RK's emotional nature [Soma] was misaligned with all aspects of his cash-cow Dhanus creativity.
  • He complained bitterly of his marital unhappiness.
  • Carrie carried on.

Despite being unhappy in the marriage partnership, RK was devoted to his children

Yet, Rahu-2 in 5th-from-Chandra

  • He was devastated when two of his three offspring died before finishing their 18th year.

[Kuja]

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

[Yogakaraka homebound-securing bandesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[Yogakaraka doctrinal-believing dharmesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[vigorously ideological political campaigns]

[energetically inspirational stage performance]

[athletic coaching boosts adolescent confidence]

[promotes customary guidance teachings]

[optimistic physicalized intelligence for dramatized competition]

[dharmesha in dhanus-5 is splendid for politics-entertainment]

[may battle over beliefs with one's own children]

...

[innovative-conquesting Mūla-1] [navamsha Mangala-Mesha] vigorous masculine championship

+ [Guru-yuti-Shukra]

+ [Surya-yuti-Budha]

[ashtangata within 17 degrees of Surya]

  • [Mangala-Dhanus] vigorous development of humanistic worldview * energized inspiration * thrust toward doctrinal expansion * proactive teaching-preaching * promotes philosophical globalism * champion of broad understanding * pursues patronage
  • [Mangala in bhava-5] drive toward creativity * pursuit of games * pioneering speculation * dynamic style of flamboyant display * competitive children * energized by romance * political conquests * productive intelligence * push toward celebrity * champion of romance * promotes choice-making *propulsive genius * actively charming
  • [Kuja-yuti-Surya] sparkling kinetic creativity * glorious innovator * high-energy confidence * dynamic genius * dominating force joins willful charm * fiercely competitive politics * brilliant winner * physically active father-figure * self-referential championship * vigorously moving theatrical display
  • [Kuja-yuti-Budha] proactive communications * energized signaling * dynamic reporting * clipped speech patterns * abrupt announcements * masculine messaging * pushes toward direct commands * forward thrusting gestures * incisive speech * forceful writing
  • [Kuja-yuti-Guru] multiple competitions * many brother-figures * energized growth * dynamic generosity * masculine force joins optimistic expansion * champion of philosophy * potential for aggressive preaching * promotes broad worldview * indoctrinating actions
  • [Kuja-yuti-Shukra] dual sexuality * energized bargaining * dynamic trading * masculine force joins feminine allure * kinetic sensuality * productive arrangements * competitive mating * vigorously balance-seeking in partnership * pursues diplomatic resolutions * innovative arrangements

OUTCOMES - MANGALA

[Mangala-Dhanus] yuti [Surya-Dhanus] yuti [Shukra-Dhanus] yuti [Guru-Dhanus] yuti [Budha-Dhanus]

RK = an astounding concentration of graha in [5-literary creativity]

  • includes [Mangala + Shukra + Budha] [all three at 2-deg Mula] + [Surya + Guru, in Apah]
  • = = the combined rulers of 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11

[Mangala in bhava-5 -Mula] rules

  • 9-fortune, globalism, world-travel, dharma-worldview
  • 4-cultural foundations, familiar patterns, localism, parochialism, parents
  • Kuja rules Mesha-9 Arudha lagna creative literature, prizes, acclaim, entitlements

Childhood home, security, protection

[Mangala Mahadasha] [age birth until age 5.6]

Kipling accounted the earliest years of life to have been blissful and idyllic. He remembered the joy of a close supportive bond with his parents, their siblings [his uncles and aunts] and his younger sister. Virtually everyone in his parents' circle was creatively gifted [Kuja-5]

His troubles only began at onset of Rahu Mahadasha.


[Budha]

jamayah-karaka [sibling] sandeza-karaka [message] zisya-karaka [student]

[acquiring-conserving dhanesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[friendly-earning labha-pati for Simha indriya-lagna]

[enriching dhanayoga via communicative skill = Budha rules 2+ 11]

[inspirational economic declarations]

[dramatic ideological political vocabulary]

[richly detailed philosophical announcements]

[global scope marketplace banking discussions]

[siblings-teammates may be dramatists-coaches-gamblers]

...

[dominating-champion Mūla-1] [navamsha Budha-Mesha] intuitively detailed explanatory description of pioneering innovations

[Budha-yuti-Surya]

[Budha-yuti-Mangala]

[Budha-yuti-Guru]

[Budha-yuti-Shukra]

  • [Budha-Dhanus] priestly communications * theoretical discourse * inspirational conversations * articulation of sacred beliefs * doctrinal pronouncements * sends messages about broad worldview * descriptive philosophical understanding * specifically defined interpretive principles * explains the indoctrination procedure * expertly detailed sermons * ideological programming * hands-arms-shoulders send preaching gestures
  • [Budha in bhava-5] narrative of splendid signaling * discusses entitlements * self-referential conversations * describer of divine intelligence * explainer of romance * delivers political instructions * writes poetry * proclaims love * defines creative literature * plays games * discusses fame * lectures about idealism * debates with royalty * chats with children * publishes unique opinions * articulator of artistic performance * declaims with radiant confidence
  • [Budha-yuti-Surya] amusing explanations * entertaining chatter * central roles in communication * brightly clear descriptions * dramatic enunciation * confidently delivers instruction * articulation of radiant certainty * political messenger * talkative father-figures
  • [Budha-yuti-Mangala] competitive communications * scripted actions * impatient conversations * potential for sexualized messaging * penetrating explanations * direct instruction * dominating dialog * signals forward action * pioneering logical movement * energetically outspoken opinions * talkative brother-figures
  • [Budha-yuti-Guru] explainer of ideology * descriptive preaching * professorial explanations * theoretical discourse * instructs in sacred doctrine * articulation of charitable generosity * optimistic messages * expansive scope of documentary reporting * numerous specific announcements * detailed guidance * verbalizing paternal figures
  • [Budha-yuti-Shukra] explainer of balanced arrangements * diplomatic conversations * parity-seeking discussions * manual adjustments * enjoys words * sweet descriptions * delivers instruction about relationships * articulator of equity in agreements * message of fairly bargained contracts * skilled in songwriting * talkative sister-cousin-cohort * detailed lyricist * attracts chatty partners

OUTCOMES - BUDHA

[Mangala-Dhanus] yuti [Surya-Dhanus] yuti [Shukra-Dhanus] yuti [Guru-Dhanus] yuti [Budha-Dhanus]

RK = an astounding concentration of graha in [5-literary creativity]

  • includes [Mangala + Shukra + Budha] [all three at 2-deg Mula] + [Surya + Guru, in Apah]
  • = the combined rulers of 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11

DHANAYOGA

[Budha in bhava-5-Mula] descriptive narratives rules

  • 2 family lineage, wealth containment, evaluation, assets, language, history, heritage values, banking, storytelling
  • 11 profitability, friendships, associative connections, marketplace gains

Budha activates a second dhanayoga via 2-5 from Vrishabha-Chandra

  • 2nd-from-Chandra = sounds, speech, stories] , words: historic language, stored knowledge, story-telling bhava-2
  • 5th-from-Chandra = celebrity, fame contains [Rahu in bhava-2]

Dialog, Patois

RK's phonetic dialog Writing [Budha] was later criticized as patronizing and colonialist. Yet,during the Edwardian era, RK was seen as a genius articulator [Budha] of authentic [Surya] conversations [Budha]

This clever orthography pleasantly rendered the Indic phonology for RK's Anglo readers

  • Kipling's imaginative fantasy writings with their signature phonetic sing-song verse were widely celebrated throughout the Anglosphere
  • Using a phonetic style that was easy for Anglophiles of all social classes to read-out-loud to their children, Kipling became a darling of children's literature.

[Guru]

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

[svakshetra]

[witty-creative vidya-pati for Simha indriya-lagna]

[mysterious-revealing randhresha for Simha indriya-lagna]

...

[calculating-strategic Pūrvāṣāḍhā-2] [navamsha Guru-Kanya] intuitively expansive unbalanced complaining argumentation

[Guru-yuti-Surya]

[Guru-yuti-Mangala]

[Guru-yuti-Budha]

[Guru-yuti-Shukra]

  • [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-5] much creativity * many intelligences * many entitlements * numerous games * diverse entertainments * many romances * extensive self-glorification * children identified with paradigmatic beliefs * expansion of political display * development of drama * optimistic in speculations * patron of creative performance * in a wifely nativity, husbandly-companion may be a game-player
  • [Guru-yuti-Surya] pitri-karaka * multiple father-figures * abundant confidence * much radiance * believes in light * widens the scope of theatrical display * permission to be the center of attention * humanistic political philosophy * large-scale dramatic radiance
  • [Guru-yuti-Mangala] bhratri-karaka * multiple brotherly-figures * permission to compete-and-win * expansive conquests * progressive philosophy * large-scale invasive actions * vigorous champion of optimistic belief
  • [Guru-yuti-Budha] yukta-karaka * multiple sibling-teammate figures * permission to deliver information * abundant conversational messaging * believes in detailed communications * expansive dialog * many announcements * wide scope of evangelism * talks about philosophy * optimistic viewpoint in discussions
  • [Guru-yuti-Shukra] sodarya-karaka ** multiple feminine-figures * permission to make deals * abundant pleasures * blossoming treasures * expansion of art * inspirational music * optimistic diplomatic philosophy * large-scale alignments * broad scope of partnerships * diverse financial arrangements

OUTCOMES - BRIHASPATI

[Mangala-Dhanus] yuti [Surya-Dhanus] yuti [Shukra-Dhanus] yuti [Guru-Dhanus] yuti [Budha-Dhanus]

RK = an astounding concentration of graha in [5-literary creativity]

  • includes [Mangala + Shukra + Budha] [all three at 2-deg Mula] + [Surya + Guru, in Apah]
  • = the combined rulers of 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11

[Guru-Dhanus ] rules

  • 5-creativity, intelligence, children, romance, speculative games, poetry
  • 8-sudden unexpected changes, regenerative, transformation of identity
  • 11th-from-Chandra revenues, friends
  • 8th-from-Chandra secrecy, hidden arrangements

Icon of British Paternalism [Guru-yuti-Surya]

In his day, Kipling was an enormously feted writer and poet-laureate

RK appeared to many of his Edwardian generation to have epitomized [Surya] the experience of a colonial ruling patriarchy

The overlords were portrayed as kindly wise patrons [Guru] providing principled understanding [Guru] to the childlike, underdeveloped populations of their colonies.


[Shukra]

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

[collaborative-communicative sahaja-pati for Simha indriya-lagna]

[commanding-dutiful karmesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[delights in ideological celebrity]

[balanced demonstrations of doctrinal faith]

[charmed by brightly philosophical children]

[reputation for principled political relationships]

[enjoys gracious ceremonial inspiration]

[harmoniously generous romantic games]

[in a husbandly nativity, wife may be inspirationally creative, sweetly dogmatic, or an optimistic political broker]

...

[champion-innovative Mūla-1] [navamsha Shukra-Mesha] intuitively competitive pioneering dominating financially suave negotiation of harmonious contracts

[Shukra-yuti-Surya]

[Shukra-yuti-Mangala]

[Shukra-yuti-Budha]

[Shukra-yuti-Guru]

  • [Shukra-Dhanus] appreciation of humanistic belief * advocates for theory * attracted to teachers * agrees with priests * pleased by broad perspective * prefers inspiring partners * dogmatic arrangements * enjoys indoctrination * delighted by philosophy * aesthetic of shared worldview
  • [Shukra-5] seeks pleasure via refined gaming * enjoys center-stage beauty * creative feminine-figures * pleasing children * talented students * delights in financial speculation * political grace * aesthetic designs to adorn the heart * graceful solar plexus * dramatic relationships * sweet celebrity romance * delights in fine arts * appreciation of entitlements * in a husbandly nativity, wifely-companion may be a dramatist-politician-artist-genius
  • [Shukra-yuti-Surya] balanced roles in drama * appreciation for political display * pleasantly charming * self-focused diplomacy * radiant bright beauty * self-reflexive bargaining * sweet entitlements * negotiating father-figure * self-directed arrangements * focus on trade exchange * solipsistic romance * idealistic contracts * enjoys the game of deal-making * prefers self-confident partners
  • [Shukra-yuti-Mangala] sweetened conquests * gracious competition * appreciation for pioneering innovation * aesthetic of sporting interactions * proactive negotiations * musical brother-figure * competitive contracts * accommodating dual sexuality * prefers relationships with energetic partners
  • [Shukra-yuti-Budha] sweetened messages * gracious explanations * talented in singing-songwriting * articulate negotiations * advocates for reasoning process * talkative feminine-figures * pleasant conversations * bargaining for business * sibling-cohort collaborative harmony * enjoys the company of students * detailed contracts * prefers logical arrangements
  • [Shukra-yuti-Guru] sweetened expansions * gracious diversity * appreciation for philosophical doctrine * adjustable catechism * numerous negotiations * humanistic agreements * generous beauty * balanced patronage * arrangements according to priestly paradigm of belief * prefers relationships with generous partners

OUTCOMES - SHUKRA

[Mangala-Dhanus] yuti [Surya-Dhanus] yuti [Shukra-Dhanus] yuti [Guru-Dhanus] yuti [Budha-Dhanus]

RK = an astounding concentration of graha in [5-literary creativity]

  • includes [Mangala + Shukra + Budha] [all three at 2-deg Mula] + [Surya + Guru, in Apah]
  • = the combined rulers of 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11

[Shukra-5] rules

  • bhava-3 writing publications management administration scheduling - contains strictly disciplined, perfectionistic, architectural Shani-Tula
  • 10-public recognition, honor, career, professional work, social dignity

Shani-Tula-3 casting restrictive drishti into RK's [Shukra-5]-complex

  • Shukra supports highly regulated professional writing environment.
  • Carrie [Shukra] was said to have organized [Shani] every detail of their home life so that her husband could have the optimal writing conditions.

In additional she served as secretary, and pre-press manuscript editor

  • her expert handling of RK's texts ensured that a polished, publication-ready product reached the Balestier Press, prepared for marketing, advertising, printing, and shop delivery complete with display instructions and selling-table decor

Shani-Tula = yuvati-pati. Husband and wife were inextricably business-partners.

Due to Carrie's highly effective, mercantile ordering behaviors

  • RK produced a remarkable amount of impeccably well-prepared, ready-for-publication creative literature on a regular pace [Shani] throughout his lifetime.

However, karmesha Shukra-Mula occupies 6/8 from Chandra

  • suggesting that work-and-wife are misaligned to foundational emotional needs [Soma]

[Shukra-5] occupies the trauma-inducing, discovering, revealing, danger-seeking 8th-from-Chandra = variety of additional, hidden relationships.

  • RK's parents and his intimate, nourishing, comfort-zone [Chandra] lifestyle were at permanent loggerheads [6/8] with Carrie's program of literary management.

Mūla takes potentially annihilating risks.

Mangala + Shukra + Budha [all three at 2-deg Mula]

  • Intense marital conflict ensued after Kipling's literary reputation had been established.
  • RK wanted more lifestyle freedom - particularly, to keep the company of the men he preferred
  • However, Carrie had so much business clout that he suffered her lifestyle restrictions in order to maintain his social and financial success

[Shani]

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

[inimical-medicating rogesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[balancing-bargaining yuvati-pati Simha indriya-lagna]

[obligation to report on trades]

[regulates announcements about alliances]

...

[imaginative-conceptual Arcturus-4] [navamsha Shani-Meena] intuitively dreamlike hierarchical class-conscious visionary structure

  • [Shani-Tula] overburdened agreements * restricted leverage * mandatory bargaining * strict rules for making agreements * structural compression upon kidney-pancreas * rigidly regulated match-making * must form socially approved partnerships * must honor the lowest-common-denominator in deal-making * mandatory fairness * must normalize social justice * unyielding obligatory diplomacy * must advocate for equity * exchanges must be lawful * must continue conventional negotiations * scarce trading resources * maintainer of old bargains
  • [Shani in Bhava-3] steady time-structured dialogue * heavy responsibility for business * obstructionist younger siblings * disciplined handwork * required writing * must message * obliged to explain * cautious instructions * orderly teamwork * tense interactions * communicative fatigue * chronic sadness * stops spontaneous announcements * mental depression due to old repeating thoughts * may limit the hearing * tight time management * regulated schedules * elders preserve materialistic mentality

OUTCOMES - SHANI

discipline, structure, order, hierarchy, conventionalism, normalcy, rank, status, class, limits

Shani 3rd drishti upon Mangala. Exceptionally hard-working personality, prone to undertake austerities in order to get work done.

  • [Shani-3-uchcha] RK was famous for his acute discipline in crafting his creative writing projects [5].

  • RK would formulate a story in his head, block it out, then proceed with the technical development, sleeping fewer and fewer hours each night until the story was completed.

  • [uchcha-Shani-3, handcraft] casts a skillful 3rd drishti upon = clocktime-paced energetic output/li

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    hardworking, architectural [uchcha-Shani in Bhava-3] rules

    • 6 = war, propaganda, servitude, colonialism, disagreement, accusation
    • 7 contractual relationships.
    • Shani-3 rules professional-recognition 10th-from-Chandra = Kumbha-7 contracts

    Carrie Balestier [Shukra] and her publisher family [Dhanus 2nd-from-7th-from-Chandra] were RK's exclusive agents.

    • They had structural control over RK's life choices and his financial fortunes.
    • Their comprehensive management of his literary work facilitated Kipling's work being distributed throughout the Anglosphere.

    6th-from-Chandra

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    NOBEL PRIZE for LITERATURE - 1907

    Dec-1907 [RK age 42] Nobel Prize in Literature

    • Shani-Shani svabhukti
    • uchcha-Shani-3 rules 9-10-from-Chandra,
    • public celebration, respect

    A small group of well-connected men [3, small groups, teams] decide who receives Nobel Prizes.

    • The prize was established in 1895 by Alfred Nobel , who made a fortune in deadly military explosives.

    The all-male cohort included vigorously ideological supporters of Empire, and of Kipling's style of celebrating British cultural hegemony.

    • During Shani-Shani svabhukti , RK was the first English-language author to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature
    • RK remains the youngest writer ever to receive that prize

    Shani rogesha occupies 6th-from-Chandra

    Time not kind to RK's literary "genius"

    Following WW-2, the colonialist enthusiasm had dissipated and the glorious Empire collapsed.

    • RK's formerly praised-to-the-stars genius was accused of mere jingo-istic culturally arrogant imperialism

    Eventually, literary critics deprecatedRK's work as a romanticized artifact of Imperial culture.

    • RK died in 1936, still basking in glory.

    Sadly, RK's literary reputation has not withstood the test of time.

    Modern literary critics tend to disparage his characterizations as condescending [Guru-Surya self-righteousness] rather than intriguing.

    After WW-2, RK's 1907 Nobel Prize in Literature began to be cited as a cautionary example [Shani] of incorrect prize criteria used by the coterie of prize-givers

    • RK's nationalistic glee had faded into grim post-war realism [Shani]
    • critics warned of disregarding the political impact of Nobel Prizes

    ********

    Orderly Shani imposes a Disciplined and Productive Literary Life

    • RK wrote systematically, producing hand-written drafts on a schedule from " block-out" to galley proof.

    Despite their personality mismatches, Rudyard and Carrie Kipling teamworked productively, for decades.

    • Shani drishti to Shukra shows the discipline with which Carrie arranged their family life in strict detail, so that Rudyard could continue to write at home without unwanted interruption.
    • Her sobriety and unforgiving daily regulation were integral to his lifelong literary success

    Shani-3 rogesha in 6th-from-Chandra = suppressed quarreling

    Carrie was said to have been bitter about RK's long sojourns from their home. Her husband either stayed with his indulgent parents [Chandra] or commingled in men's clubs with gentlemen of similar tastes [Mūla-Kuja] .

    • The couple were known to live in a state of mutual grievance for decades [durokaraka Shani, long resentments]
    • living in a climate of persistent but quietly dignified grief

    Elder spouse

    Shani drishti upon Shukra while Shukra owns Shani

    • Carrie was three + years elder to Rudyard

    [Rahu]

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

    [for Simha indriya-lagna]

    [Rahu casts passionate drishti into 6-8-10]

    ...

    [creative-political Chitra-1] [navamsha Rahu-Simha]

    • [Rahu-Parthya] shimmering illusion of humility * craving for crime * mask of exploitive assistance * ambitious physicians * intriguing addictions * mirage of medication * fascinating injuries * over-reaching accusations * amazing illnesses * extraordinary arguments * may be obsessed with servants-and-servitude * seeks special importance via apparent [but perhaps not authentic] conflict management * shrewd dealings in sickness * ingenious divorce * extravagant litigation * seeks privilege via victim-roles
    • [Rahu in bhava-2] passion for precious treasuries * in svabhava of Suave Shukra, the Shadowy Specter seeks glamorous goods * mesmerizing memories * risk-rewarding finance * fascinating voice * entrancing face * craving for important sound values * intriguing genetics * outsider who cleverly insinuates into prestige heritage * extraordinary recollection * mesmerizing speech-and-song * intermingled historical traditions * unconventional speech * shadowy interlopers infiltrate the family line * potential for opportunistic second marriage * mother's elder sibling exotic qualities * thrilling surge of storytelling * remarkable libraries * unusual alimony * ambitious hoard * mixed-language vocabulary * over-reaching evaluator roles * exotic foods * non-native breeds *captivating collections * social mobility sought via privileged knowledge

    OUTCOMES - RAHU

    Chitra-Rahu-Parthya imagination, drawings, privacy, casts drishti into

    • 6-death of children, disease-discomfort, disagreement, jealousy, servitude, disintegration of promises, loss of equity [ruled by Shani]
    • 8 contain Ketu
    • 10- career, reputation contains uchcha-Chandra

    [Rahu Mahadasha ] [age 5.6 until age 23.6]

    • According to RK, during the years age 7-10 his parents stayed in India while he was placed with a foster family in England, who bullied and abused him
    • ++ Sade-Sati

    RK recounted deep scars due to physical violence and psychological bullying

    • Age six, RK and his sister were bed-and-boarded with a English host family, thousands of miles away from his parents in Bombay.
    • The hostess was viciously strict with harsh beatings and punishment for moral correction.
    • When RK's mother discovered the abuses, she quietly removed him and nothing was mentioned until years later. [Rahu drishti into Chandra, cultural habits of denial]

    [Rahu in bhava-2] phonetics

    passion for foreign speech [2]

    ambition for privilege via cultural mixing in matters of language, sound-values, history

    For better or for worse, one of the strongest common images of India transmitted to the outside world remains the charming tonal stereotypes of Kipling's fiction

    • A century later, the patronizing colonial philosophy is decidedly out of date.

    However, most of Kipling's writing is still in print.

    • Due mainly to the charm of his phonetic renderings, English-speaking children worldwide are still being read Rikki-Tikki-Tavi by their loving parents.

    [Ketu]

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

    [for Simha indriya-lagna]

    [no barriers to symbolic transformative imagery]

    [disregard toward imaginary survival threats]

    [gently eruptive intuitive hidden knowledge]

    ...

    [systematic-profitable Revatī-3] [navamasha Ketu-Kumbha]

    • [Ketu-Meena] sleepily dissociates from isolated ashrama * incomplete gestalt * unlimited visionary insight * wandering spirit guides * unsustainable sanctuary * dissolution of private prayer * foggy boundaries of distant worlds * permeable understanding of cetacean cultures * ignores restrictions on clairsentience * disarrayed dreams * releases a golden oceanic cloud of wisdom into the misty abyss
    • [Ketu in classroom-8] forsaken by intimidators [beneficial] * passively dissolves barriers hiding secret knowledge * ambivalent toward initiations * disregards occult boundaries * Witness to cycles of death-and-rebirth * fearless toward catastrophic upheaval * absent from spouse's family * vacuous obscurities * irrelevance of non-disclosure rules * dissolves psychic filters * free from terror * ignores threats * dissolves obfuscations * unless other graha in 8, may prefer to live free from in-laws

    OUTCOMES - KETU

    [Ketu in classroom-8] occupies the emotionally motivated community-linking, gainful, friendly, goal-oriented, socially-networked [11th-from-Chandra]

    RK's personal life was filled with sustained absences, hidden liaisons

    Many of RK's friends had eccentric [Ketu], potentially criminalized [6] socially marginalized qualities [6]

    Yet, these detachments encouraged them to form social clubs and networks of profitable Odd-Fellows [11]

    RK wrote at home, but otherwise he was absent [Ketu] while socializing with this odd community.

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