Jyotiṣa

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Kashinātha Horā (D-2)

Kashinātha Horā (D-2)

Some people feel that this word Horā is of Greek origin, however whoever came first in this process of giving names and terminology is besides the point in this matter, as the word clearly has a root in the Sanskrit language. The Greeks have used this word to define the 24 hours of a day and hence there are 24 Horā in a day. The starting time of these Horā is traditionally accepted in India as teh start of the day itself or Sunrise. This has changed in western culture, but not without astrological relevance.

How to read charts II: Rājayoga (2/2)

How to read charts II: Rājayoga (2/2)

Now, the rājayoga in Pisces must be assessed from the Lagna, Ārūḍha Lagna and ātmakāraka. Being joined the ātmakāraka this yoga in itself is quite strong.

How to read charts II: Rājayoga (1/2)

How to read charts II: Rājayoga (1/2)

Raja yoga is a topic touched by many and questioned by as many. The amount of possible combinations forming rājayoga is completely overshadowed by the amount of charts and people who do not experience the same. A simple example is the combination between a Kendra and Trikoṇa lord which though is said to be a rājayoga, has little conceivable outcome for the native.

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (4/4)

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (4/4)

As evident, most of the cases of kāla amṛta/sarpa yoga cause delays and in some few cases also a complete denial of professional pursuit, until the issue is remedied. The cases cited above are the lucky ones, whilst many soul’s lives are quite trapped by the yoga and have yet to find any relief or stability in their life as a result. Due to the intense grasp of the nodes on the chart, some say that the leading node in the yoga (Rāhu for kāla sarpa, and Ketu for kāla amṛta) act as a temporary ātmakāraka until the yoga reaches its culmination.

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (3/4)

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (3/4)

Venus is also the only planet breaking the kāla amṛta yoga by being joined one of the nodes, showing the sister, aunt or even of marriage are important ties to ensure the bonds of the kāla amṛta yoga are broken.

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (2/4)

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (2/4)

Chart 1: Male In the given chart, all the grahas exist between the nodes. Rāhu heads the grahas, and thus...

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (1/4)

How to read charts I: Kala Sarpa Yoga (1/4)

agre rāhau adhau ketau sarve madhya grahaḥ| Kāla Sarpa Yoga is one of the most feared and discussed yogas in Vedic astrology. Whilst its classical reference is uncertain, it’s equated to the nabhasa yogas as it has an overriding effect on the chart much like the nabhasa yogas.

Immune system disorders: HIV/AIDS – Part 4

Immune system disorders: HIV/AIDS – Part 4

Cause of infection If the eleventh house from Moon gets involved in the disease, the immune system disorder is not...

Immune system disorders: HIV/AIDS – Part 3

Immune system disorders: HIV/AIDS – Part 3

Jyotiṣa and immunity (vyādhi-kṣamatva) The kavach or shield of the body is the eleventh house. We are reborn from this...

Immune system disorders: HIV/AIDS – Part 2

Immune system disorders: HIV/AIDS – Part 2

Two examples of Venus bringing this type of disease are given hereunder. Chart 1: Hospital Worker (data withheld) In the...

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