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QUOTATIONS from William Butler Yeats
Freedom in general may be defined as the absence of obstacles to the realization of desires. *
It is possible that mankind is on the threshold of a golden age; but, if so, it will be necessary first to slay the dragon that guards the door, and this dragon is religion.
It is preoccupation with possessions, more than anything else, that prevents us from living freely and nobly.
Liberty is the right to do what I like; license, the right to do what you like. *
Yeats wrote, "I like mathematics because it is not human and has nothing particular to do with this planet or with the whole accidental universe - because, like Spinoza 's God, it won't love us in return."
dedicated to the revival of Celtic identity in Ireland
1922-1929 * Irish National senator
political-literary revolutionary using folktales and mythology as restoratives
dematerialization 28-Jan-1939 [age 73]
William Butler Yeats
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Purnavasi * Vutvrta * Jamitra
For Punarvasu births of a masculine valence, the condition of prosperous, preaching, inclusive, broad-scope, philosophical, humanistic Guru may considerably affect the outcome. Masculine births under auspice of Puna, Visaka, or Purvabhadra may find that their worldview is greatly shaped by the character of priestly teachers and guides.
For those born into the Guru-ruled paradigm of Jamitra, teachers, preachers, professors, patrons, agents of generosity and guidance, guru-figures, ideologues, indoctrinators, theorists, know-it-alls, proselytes, philosophers, pontificators, patriarchs, pundits, pater-nosters, proponents of principled understanding, wise-ones, wizards, druids, and paradigms of belief may be especially influential.
Guidance is provided by emissaries from the realm of the Twin Gardeners called Castor-and-Pollux. Their purpose is restoration, renewal, and rehabilitation of lost knowledge.
High forehead. Punarvasu often has a global perspective. The majority of Aditya-born nativities are higher dimensional Seva-wanderers who assume interpretive guidance roles.
Instructing, Explaining, Describing
Mithunaya-Dvamdva pada 1-2-3 represents Guru's rulership of 7-agreements ++ 10- leadership, while also expressing the tension between broad-view Brihaspati versus detail-oriented Bantering Budha. Pada 1-2-3 are blessed with an expansive capacity for evocative description or inspirational speaking. Often excellent writers who can facilitate spiritual growth via specific explanation and detailed description. Pada 1-2-3 are often found in the literary arts, in teaching roles, in academic advising, as travel guides, and as poets who describe the natural world....
Although the Higher Teacher seeks wisdom, for Karkata-Punarvasu the guru-figure may also be adversarial, impoverished, polluted, or ailing [due to Brihaspati activates 6] .
Themes of restoration of lost knowledge, gardening, fertility of understanding, wish fulfillment, and conceptual teaching may contextualize Aditya's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Punarvasu
QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde  Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 81
"... from Arudra to Punarvasu, a startling change in mental development.
In Punarvasu, the native is possessed of profound intelligence,
He revels in abstract thought
He may be also a poet of high attainment, expressing a fire and vitality in his verse
He will, however, be only moderately successful by worldly standards during his lifetime
Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha calendar
Chandra Mahadasha * age birth until age 4.1
13-Jun-1865 Earth-birth in Baile Aitha Cliath * Dublin, Ireland * Chandra-Budha bhukti * Budha-12 lagnesha
Mangala Mahadasha * age 4.1 until age 11.1
Rahu Mahadasha * age 11.1 until age 29.1
1891 [WBY age 27] rejection of the first of many marriage proposals to Maude Gonne and by Yeats' own account, the central catalysis of his life begins * Rahu-Shukra bhukti [Shukra-yuti-Ketu]
Guru Mahadasha * age 29.1 until age 45.1
03-Jan-1900 [WBY age 34] grieved the decease of mother Susan Pollexfen * Guru-Ketu bhukti
Feb-1902 until Apr-1905 Janma Sade-Sati Makara
Shani mahadasha * age 45.1 until age 64.1
20-Oct-1917 [WBY age 51] exchange marriage vows [wife age 25] Shani-Shukra bhukti * samchara Rahu-Ketu via Dhanus-Mithunaya contact Mithunaya indriya-lagna-1
09-May-1919 [WBY age 53] celebrated the birth of child-1 Anne * Shani-Shukra bhukti * Shukra activates 5th-from-Chandra
03-Feb-1922 [WBY age 56] grieved the decease of father John Butler Yeats * Shani-Chandra bhukti * Chandra activates 2nd-from-Surya
10-Dec-1923 [WBY age 57] awarded Nobel Prize for Literature * Shani-Mangala bhukti * Mangala activates 11-awards for achievement
1925 [WBY age 59] published the occult text, A Vision * Shani- Rahu bhukti * randhresha uttama Shani-yuti-Rahu
1925 [WBY age 59] reappointed to a second term in Irish Senate * Shani- Rahu bhukti [Shani-yuti-Rahu] rules 8-revolution, Shani-5-politics
1929 [WBY age 63] retires from Irish Free Senate * Budha-Budha svabhukti * Budha activates 4-retirement
Dec-1931 until Mar-1934 Janma Sade-Sati Makara
28-Jan-1939 [WBY age 73] body dematerialization, in France * Budha-Rahu bhukti * Budha-12 rules-4 = burial in a distant land
Distinctive Features of the Nativity
pitri-karaka [father] jyoti-karaka [light]
[intelligent political conversation]
[creative event management]
[intelligence for dramatic physical gestures]
[brightly entertaining talk]
[identified with writing]
[father may be businessman-publisher-journalist]
Dad was a recognized artist [Shukra-9] and community figure [Surya-11] . Lagnesha Surya shows the son's identification with the Father's intelligence and the son's participation in the father's social network.
Yeats became an iconic figure in central roles supporting and developing his community of artists and creative writers [Mithunaya] . Surya in publications-Mithunaya in gainful vriddhi-sthana-11, and Surya is also vargottamsha in Mithunaya D-10's labhastana-11 [career in writing, publishing]
6/8 shad-ashtakya angle between mom [Chandra-8] and dad [Surya-1] would suggest that the parents were ill-suited, and that the father's personality was greatly dominant. Mom may have felt as if she were under camouflage, pretending to maintain marital agreement for social appearances but emotionally experiencing considerable distress.
Yeats' parents were well-known in their district and history records that after a very brief courtship, they married in 1863. Dad was a handsome, well-spoken law student with a bright financial future that was professionally aligned to mom's industrial family affluence. However, dad's law student status was only instrumental. He intended to look good [likely dad was a narcissist] in order to marry money. And he did, and he did.
Six children followed swiftly, and their financial troubles became extreme. Dad moved the family back and forth between London and Ireland, seeking opportunity to develop his artistic genius [Surya-1] They borrowed large sums from mom's father and lived in perpetual debt [6/8] .
Mom wanted a quiet dignified life while dad was self-oriented, politically active, and brash. Politics was a major stress factor. Mom held deeply conservative political views [Makara] while dad was a liberal-minded Irish Nationalist. The marriage was unsustainable. When in Ireland, the children [including young William] spent most of their time at the home of their maternal grandparents. Mom deteriorated psycho-mentally and was institutionalized toward the end.
matrikaraka [mother] * garha-karaka [village]
[navamsha Chandra in Mithunaya] intuitively sensitive commercial-communicative -communicative
Chandra in classroom-8 activates [nīcha-Kuja in bhava-2] indicating an emotionally adversarial family culture with a quality of clinging, strangling, emotional blackmail Yeats' mother slowly went insane..
Mom = Susan Pollexfen.
She hailed from a wealthy industrial family. Believing that she was marrying a high-potential attorney, Pollexfen was deceived. Her husband abandoned law school soon after the marriage, in order to pursue art -- and a libertine lifestyle.
MARRIAGE partnership emotional equity support expectations
Relationships are heavily emburdened with a complex combination of push-me-pull-you resistance by Shani's drishti upon [nīcha] Mangala which contributes an inability to loosen its grip
bhratru-karaka [brother] virya-karaka [virile]
[Dhanayoga = Mangala-2 rules-11]
[energetic pursuit of ethnic roots]
[drive to localize historical values]
OUTCOMES - KUJA
[nīcha] Kuja-2 in [7th-from-Chandra-8] poses a daunting catalytic challenge in the realm of sexual, marital, and contractual relationships
Dhanayoga Kuja-2 activates 11
Yeats had 99 problems, but money was not one of them
Kuja activates Arudha lagna Mesha-bhava-11 . Despite the family's indebtedness and occasional conditions of material scarcity, they were indebted to their own grandparents not to a bank or an outsider. Therefore, the guilt stayed within the family and Yeats' childhood was not deprived. He had education, clothing, art lessons, and heated homes. As an adult he received a university education.
[nīcha] Mangala-2 drishti to bhava-5 = 3rd-from-3rd =drives the writing production. Yeats wrote in detail about his sexual [Mangala] experience both in and out of the marital bedroom [Budha-12] .
jamayah-karaka [sibling] sandeza-karaka [message] zisya-karaka [student]
OUTCOMES - BUDHA
writer + publisher, crafter of explanations and arguments
[Budha in bhava-12] = private clairsentient communications. As an occultist, Yeats produced automatic writing channeled from spirit guides. His Nobel-Prize winning  collection of interiority-oriented poetry and theatre had a distinctively other-worldly quality.
promoter of mystical magical worldview
dhava-karaka [husband] bahuta-karaka [variety]
OUTCOMES - GURU
Guru activates Punarvasu lagna-1
karmesha = Guru-7= many advising and consulting peer equity arrangments = an empowered position for public leadership, especially in an ideological or philosophical context
Yeats had a remarkable number and variety of relationships, including sexual, romantic, business, creative, philosophical, and political
svadu-karaka [sweet] kalatra-karaka [wifely companion]
OUTCOMES - SHUKRA
Dhanayoga = Shukra-11 activates 5
Shukra-11 community rules Karakamsha = bhava- 5 politics, creative arts, writing, speculative finance
Shukra-11 activates 12-interior imagination ++ 5-politics, arts, genius = roles of spirit medium, channel, politician, literary celebrity
Kalatra-karaka * Feminine Partners * Women
Yeats married age 51. His wife age 25 was a family-oriented person, who bore two children and cared for family affairs not least the treasury which would form her children's inheritance. Aware of Yeats numerous affairs, she did not challenge for divorce but rather maintained control of her domain. Shukra-yuti-Ketu would suggest a permanent ennui in Yeats' relationships. Indication for one marriage along with many disappointments, abandonments, and failed attempts.
The wife and all of the unfulfilled potentials [Ketu] remain within the friendship network due to Shukra-yuti-Ketu located in community-11.
duro-karaka [endurance] * jara-karaka [Jahre, years]
OUTCOMES - SHANI
Shani activates 8-occult transformation of identity
Yeats was a lifelong occultist whose investigations were engaged in dissolving the veils between layers of metaphysical-vs-physical realities. He founded several important mystical societies and took a patronage, professorial, priestly role in them.
Shani activates 9 = creative roles, political elections, fortunes, belief paradigm, doctrine, ideology
As dharmesha residing in politics-5, Shani [uchcha] = exceptionally strong in Shad-bala [the six weights] . Yeats was a man of diverse interests, multiple creative abilities, and catalytic relationships.
In addition to works in theatre and drama as represented by his 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature. Yeats persistently contributed leadership effort to ranks and rules of lawful public order. He was a leading figure in organizing and supporting the literary and theatrical community in his homeland.
A distinguished poet and literary figure, due to Shani in 10th-from-Chandra Yeats also served in governance roles as a two-term Senator for the new Irish Free State.
rajyalobha-karaka [ambition] picchala-karaka [slippery]
OUTCOMES - RAHU
Typical of mix-master Rahu, when WBY was awarded the 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature, WBY used the prize prestige to promote the native traditions of Ireland -- although he was then living in France.
kavandha-karaka [headless] chidra-karaka [gaping] vasana-karaka [vacuum]
OUTCOMES - KETU
lifelong supporter of Irish severance from Britain
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