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Monday, September 30, 2013

Stri jataka effect of lagna and janam rashi.

Effect of ascendant and moon sign on girls or ladies horoscope.
A stri-jataka prospective.

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1. A girl, who is born in Mesha, will be truthful, cruel, phlegmatic, quarrelsome and fond of relations.
2. A woman, born in Vrishabha, will be of cultivation, agreeable, polite manners, obey her husband, skilled in arts and fond of relations.
3. One, who is born in Mithuna, will use harsh language, passionate, bad character, cruel temper, windy and phlegmatic complaints and a spendthrift.

4. One, born in Kataka, will have many issues, handsome, wealthy, righteous, fondness for relations, pious, polite, attractive and happy.
5. One, who is born. in Simha; will have anger, phlegmatic, fond of quarrels and charitable.
6. One, who is born in Kanya, will have happiness, politeness, agreeable temper, faithful servants, fond of charitable deeds, virtuous, and skilful in arts.
7. One, who is born in Thula, steadiness, laziness, few friends, proud, heart-burn, avaricious and sinful;
8. One, born in Vrischika, will be handsome delightful, meritorious, virtuous, good Character and truthful.
9. One, born in Dhanus, good mind, masculine deeds, amenable to kindness, cruel, thinking ill of others and unkind.
10. One, born in Makara will be prosperous, truthful, fond of visiting holy places, without enemies , engaged in important work, good reputation, character and many children.
11. One, who is born in Kumbha, powerful from birth, bloody disease, fond of religious men, pure-minded, expensive, fond of merit and grateful.
12. One, born in Meena, will have children and grand children, fond of husband, respected by relations and friends, beautiful eyes and hairs, fond of worship, kindness and respect to elders.

Results to the occupation of Chandra in the different Rasis:
1. When Chandra is in Mesha – fond of work, much skill, handsome person, leader, fond of husband and devoted to elders and Gurus.
2. Chandra in Vrishabha – good temper, tact, education, fond of fine arts, visiting holy places, blessed with children and grandchildren, acquisition of wealth and devotion to husband.
3. Chandra in Mithuna – well developed, handsome body, good character, profits from various engagements, good intelligence, helpful of others, charming eyes.
4. Chandra in Kataka – sickly, respected among relations, dignified, conquest over enemies, devotion to Gods and priests.
5. Chandra in Simha – leader among her class, good temper, fond of flesh, blessed with ornaments and clothes, engaged in large speculations, good marital life and handsome features.
6. Chandra in Kanya – many cattle, virtue, great wealth, over enemies, patience and righteous conduct.
7. Chandra in Thula – fond of religious rites, sympathetic and loving, virtuous, good children, high social position and little sexual passion.
8. Chandra in Vrischika – concealing sins, steady, skilful work, agreeable to elders, great wealth and unsympathetic.
9. Chandra in Dhanus – fond of religious rights, love for charities, sympathy, musical taste, love for fellow creatures, agreeable, attainment in desires, female issues and polite manners.
10. Chandra in Makara – terrible teeth, solar worship, agreeable, varied learning, truthful, handsome body, conquest over passions and enemies, and righteous.
11. Chandra in Kumbha – rounded body, attractive face, charitable, issues, wealth, good actions, reputation and self-respect.
12. Chandra in Meena – many male issues, charitable, good character, controlling passions, skilful in arts, great modesty, careful about reputation and agreeable.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Sexual combinations,kinds of women,tithis for satisfactory sex and astrology.

Sex astrology
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Sex and astrology

No marriage can be happy and successful without satisfactory sex life. A spouse who is having loving partner and able to satisfy the sexual urge of his/her partner, is lucky and thereby is also more creative, more responsible and a good citizen. The negative side of sexual displeasure is not only unfavourable for the individual but it effects in totality.

The natal chart can also reveal the impotent man and frigid female and thus one can be cautioned before going into the relations.
There are some combinations of planets, which make one highly sexual at mental level, but they are not good in reality. Problem like nymphomania, hysteria, homosexuality, sex curve and other unnatural traits of sex can be diagnosed by the help of astrological charts.
Sex behavior and Sun Signs

Aries, Leo, Sagittarius are Oversexed.

Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn are sober in sex behavior.

Gemini, Libra, Aquarius have secret liking for sex but never exhibit their sexual feelings.

Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces are not very sexoriented but show highly passionate feelings.

The following is derived from Anang ranga

Of the Four Orders of Women.

First, let it be understood, that women must be divided into four classes of temperament. These are:--

1. Padmini

2. Chatrini;

3. Shankhini; and
4. Hastini.
The same correspond with the four different phases of Moksha, or Release from further Transmigration. The first is Sayujyata, or absorption into the essence of the Deity; the second is Samipyata, nearness to the Deity, the being born in the Divine Presence; the third is Sarupata, or resemblance to the Deity in limbs and material body; the fourth and last is Salokata, or residence in the heaven of some especial god.
For the name of woman is Nari, which, being interpreted, means "No A'ri", or foe; and such is Moksha, or absorption, because all love it and it loves all mankind.
Padmini, then, means Sayujyata, also called Khadgini-Moksha (Sword-release), the absorption of man into the Narayan (godhead), who lives in the Khshirabdi, or Milk-sea, one of the Seven Oceans, and from whose naval sprang the Padma, or Lotus-flower.
Chitrini is Samipyata-Moksha, like those who, having been incarnated as gods, perform manifold and wonderful works. Shankhini is Sarupata-Moksha, even as the man who takes the form of Vishnu, bears upon his body the Shankha (conch shell), the Chakra or discus, and other emblems of that god. The Hastini is Salokata-Moksha, for she is what residence in Vishnu's heaven is to those of the fourth class who have attributes and properties, shape and form, hands and feet.

Personal Peculiarities of the Four Classes.

And now learn ye by these words to distinguish from one another the four orders of woman-kind.
She in whom the following signs and symptoms appear, is called Padmini, or Lotus-woman. 1 Her face is pleasing as the full moon; her body, well clothed with flesh., is soft as the Shiras 2 or mustard-flower; her skin
is fine, tender and fair as the yellow lotus, never dark-coloured, though resembling, in the effervescence and purple light of her youth, the cloud about to burst. Her eyes are bright and beautiful as the orbs of the fawn, well-cut, and with reddish corners. Her bosom is hard, full and high; her neck is goodly shaped as the conch-shell, so delicate that the saliva can be seen through it; her nose is straight and lovely, and three folds of wrinkles cross her middle, about the umbilical region. Her Yoni 3resembles the open lotus-bud, and her Love-seed (Kama-salila, the water of life) 4 is perfumed like the lily which has newly burst. She walks with swanlike gait, and her voice is low and musical as the note of the Kokila-bird 5; she delights in white raiment, in fine jewels, and in rich dresses. She cats little, sleeps lightly and, being as respectable and religious as she is clever and courteous she is ever anxious to worship the gods, and to enjoy the conversation of Brahmans. Such, then, is the Padmini, or Lotus-woman.
The Chitrini, or Art-woman 6, is of the middle size, neither short nor tall, with bee-black hair, thin, round, shell-like neck; tender body; waist lean-girthed as the lion's; hard, full breasts; well-turned thighs and heavily made hips. The hair is thin about the Yoni, the Mons Veneris being soft, raised and round. The Kama-salila
(love seed) is hot, and has the perfume of honey, producing from its abundance a sound during the venereal rite. Her eyes roll, and her walk is coquettish, like the swing of an elephant, whilst her voice is that of the peacock 7. She is fond of pleasure and variety; she delights in singing and in every kind of accomplishment, especially the arts manual; her carnal desires, are not strong, and she loves her "pets", parrots, Mainas and other birds. Such is the Chitrini, or Art-woman.
The Shankhini 8, or Conch-woman, is of bilious tempermament, her skin being always hot and tawny, or dark yellow-brown; her body is large, or waist thick, and her breasts small; her head, hands, and feet are thin and long, and she looks out of the corners of her eyes. Her Yoni is ever moist with Kama-salila, which is distinctly salt, and the cleft is covered with thick hair. Her voice is hoarse and harsh, of the bass or contralto type; her gait is precipitate; she eats with moderation and she delights in clothes, flowers and ornaments of red colour. She is subject to fits of amorous passion, which make her head hot and her brain confused 9, and at the moment of enjoyment, she thrusts her nails into her husband's flesh. She is of choleric constitution, hard-hearted, insolent and vicious; irascible, rude and ever addicted to finding fault. Such is the Shankhini, or Conch-woman.
The Hastini is short of stature; she has a stout, coarse body, and her skin, if fair, is of a dead white; her hair is tawny, her lips are large; her voice is harsh, choked, and throaty (voix de gorge) and her neck is bent. Her gait is slow, and she walks in a slouching manner; often the toes of one foot are crooked. Her Kama-salila has the savour of the juice which flows in the spring from the elephant's temples. She is tardy in the Art of Love, and can be satisfied only by prolonged congress, in fact, the longer the better, but it will never suffice her. She is gluttonous, shameless, and irascible. Such is the Hastini, or elephant-woman. 

The days of greatest enjoyment for the Four Classes

As per lunar tithis( See the impact of luna or moon and tithis)
Having thus laid down the four classes of womankind, Kalyana Malla, the arch-poet, proceeds to give a table of the time in which each order derives the greatest amount of pleasure from the venereal rite. These periods must be learnt by heart, and students will remember that on the other days not specified, no amount of congress will satisfy passions. Read, then, and master the elements.
Table 11
1st day
2nd day
4th day
5th day
Satisfy the Padmini
6th day
8th day
10th day
12th day
Satisfy the Chatrini
3rd day
7th day
11th day
13th day
Satisfy the Shankhini
9th day
14th day
Full Moon
New Moon
Satisfy the Hastini

The Moon denotes antahkarana, Mercury stands for intelligence, Judgement, an open and amusing nature, the Sun denotes soul and character and Jupiter denotes Samyak Gyana. Under such an affliction the Moon may give a perverted outlook and evil habits. Mercury agonize under similar conditions indicate selfish and mean motive, a peevish nature. Similarly, Jupiter afflicted by Mars-Saturn-Rahu indicates shrewd intelligence, ignorance, overindulgence and complacence. Afflicted saturn denotes mean and leading character and inclination towards illegal acts in a personal secret way. Afflicted Mars is adamant, ill-tempered, murderous, furious and stubborn. Afflicted Rahu is vindictive, ferocious, violent, jealous, a smuggler, lustful and reckless in mood. The nature of afflicted Ketu is to causing harm without reason,find fault with others and always wanting to go ahead with secret plans of an obnoxious kind. When the first, the fourth, the fifth, the ninth and the tenth houses are involved under such malefic afflictions and the karaka planets are evilly disposed without any neutralizing effect, the person may turn into a liar, cheat, criminal, ill-tempered, sensual, a thief, hypocrite and an out and out imposter and murderer. Afflictions on the Seventh, the Eighth or the twelfth house may cause a corrupt sex life.

Sexual Immorality & Perversion

Sexual perversion is outcome of affliction on various planets governing various factors.   A person  (ascendant) will be perverted if his emotional aspect (Moon 5H/L) is under affliction to create excessive lust for lascivious pleasures (Venus, 7H/L, 8H/L, 12H/L) secretly (12 H/L). He / she will have extra courage (Mars, 3L, 3H) also to break the socially accepted norms (Rahu, affliction on 5H/L and involvement of 8H/L) for sexual act (7H/L) in multiplicity (11H/L).  Besides, there would be noticeable degradation in character of such person (affliction on Sun and influence on Saturn on above factors).  These factors form various combinations that may show sexual immorality of native. 

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Longevity as per Vedic/Indian astrology.

The determination of longevity is a difficult question and dependent upon a large number of factors. The astrological principles which attempt to illuminate the issue must address the very root of the life-force which vivifies the human individual and which finally, at his death, ebbs out. Hindu astrology distinguishes between three aspects of the problem, i.e. the duration of one’s life-span, the actual cessation of the life-force, and the manner in which one leaves this mortal coil. The death-inflicting planet determines the manner of death, i.e. whether a person dies of fever, drowning, accident, disease, etc. Whether an individual will die at his own house among his family or at a distant place in unknown surroundings can also be determined astrologically, though these are details in which one is not always interested; the most important task is the determination of longevity and of the death-inflicting planet. The classical texts have given a large number of rules concerning the subject, from which it is difficult to draw clear-cut guidelines, but the following is a brief rendering of some of the basic principles.
Any distinction between longevity and death may seem like an exercise in semantics but Hindu astrology does, for its own reason, assign different houses to them. The Ascendant is the house from which one deduces the quantum of life-force with which a person is bom, while the Eighth house shows his longevity.
Death or the cessation of life is revealed by the disposition of the twelfth from each of these houses, i.e. the Twelfth house (after-death experiences) and the Seventh (the ebbing out of the life-force). The basic principle of ‘bhavat bhavam’ suggests that the disposition of any house is to be deciphered by considering that house as an ascendant and examining the house which is similarly placed in relationship to it. For instance, if we want to study the Tenth house in a horoscope, we should also consider the tenth house to the Tenth, which will be the Seventh house; if the Fifth house is to be studied, the fifth from it, i.e. the Ninth house, will also be examined. On this principle, when we consider the disposition of the Eighth house, then the eighth from it, i.e. the Third house, also becomes relevant. And in order to consider the Third house as far as the question of longevity is concerned, the eighth house from it, which happens to be the Tenth, will also need consideration.
hi addition to this principle, the rule that the seventh phase shows the final culmination of any aspect of life requires that the seventh from the Eighth house, i.e. the Second house, will be taken into account. The Second house happens to be twelfth from the Third, and the Seventh house is twelfth from the Eighth; these two houses are very important when considering death.
Thus the determination of longevity depends on careful consideration of several related houses. All of them have subtle differences among themselves, the understanding of which helps us assign the proper weight to their importance. The Ascendant and the Eighth houses are basic, but because they relate to the Second, Seventh, Twelfth, Third and Tenth (as well as the Fifth), and as the subject is also intimately related to the Sun, Moon, and Saturn, clarity regarding the precise impact of ah” these factors on one’s longevity is essential. The rationale for such consideration becomes clear on an understanding of the nature and disposition of these houses and planets.
The Twelfth house, as mentioned before, signifies outflow, expendi ture, dissolution, or disappearance for that house to which it is the twelfth; the Twelfth house stands for the end of the result. In this sense, the Twelfth house in a natal chart stands for the end of life, the dissolution of that life-essence contained in the First house. The Eighth house stands for longevity, and the Twelfth from it, i.e. the Seventh house, will stand for the dissolution of longevity, that is, death. The eighth house from the Eighth house (i.e. the Third) will be a significator for longevity, and the twelfth from that, i.e. the Second house, will stand for the termination of longevity or death. The Second is seventh from the Eighth house, so the Second house, for this reason also, signifies the end of longevity. The Second and the Seventh houses are of paramount importance for deciding the question of death.
Saturn is the greatest killer, whereas the Sun and Moon are connected with life-giving energy, so these three planets cannot be overlooked in the present context. The planetary positions of the Ascendant lord, the lord of the Eighth house, the lord of the Tenth house and Saturn are important in determining the longevity of an individual.
While considering the nature of these planets, general astrological principles should not be overlooked. If a planet is positioned in a quadrant, it reinforces the auspicious nature of the houses it rules. If the lord of the Eighth house is so placed, it assures long life. But this situation must be studied in relation to the Ascendant lord as well. If the Eighth house lord is in a quadrant but the Ascendant lord is weakly disposed, the individual may be short-lived. This influence is intensified if the lord of the Eighth is debilitated and the Eighth house itself occupied by a malefic. The weakness of the Ascendant, the debilitation of the lord of the Eighth house, and the occupation of the Eighth by malefics will shorten the life-span. A special rule affirms that the debilitated lord of the Eighth house in the Ascendant with malefics in the quadrants or trines and benefics in the Sixth or Eighth will make the person die young. The individual may also become short-lived if the Fifth or Eighth house is afflicted by malefics or if the lord of the Fifth is associated with a malefic. Very early death occurs if the lord of the Eighth house is in the Eighth itself, the Moon is associated with a malefic, and there is no strengthening aspect from any benefic on the Moon.
The Ascendant lord, the lord of the Eighth house, and the lord of the Fifth house in then- own signs, their own navamsha, or in friendly signs make the individual long-lived. The placement of the Ascendant lord in a quadrant house with aspects from benefics makes the individual learned and wealthy and gives him a long life. If the Ascendant lord is exalted, the Moon is in the Eleventh house, and Jupiter in the Eighth, the individual also lives long. The same is the result when the lord of the Sixth or the TWelfth is in the Sixth, Eighth, Twelfth, or Ascendant. In fact, there are many combinations influencing the longevity of a person and which require the astrologer to take a broad view of the horoscope before deciding the question of longevity.
The first task in the determination of one’s life-span is the examina tion of the broad parameters of one’s longevity. For this purpose, the longevity of any individual may be divided into three categories, namely:
1.   Those who die young
2.    Those who live an average life-span
3.    Those who live long
The exact duration of such categories will be different for different societies; this categorization should be adapted to the life expectancy prevalent in the culture of the native under consideration. As a general rule, the first category goes up to 32 years of age, the second from 32 years to 70 years, and the third beyond 70 years of age. Whether the individual falls in the first, second or third category depends upon the signs occupied by:
1.   The Ascendant and the Moon
2.    The Ascendant lord and the lord of the Eighth house
3.    The Ascendant sign and the Hora-sign of the Ascendant
The zodiacal signs are classified as Movable (Cardinal) (1), Fixed (2), and Common (Mutable) (3), which can be represented by the numerals 1, 2, and 3 respectively. Each of the three pairs of signs mentioned above can therefore be examined by way of the table shown below.
There will be three sets of results. First ascertain whether the Ascen dant is in a Movable, Fixed, or Common sign. If it is in a Cardinal or Movable sign, the first row will apply; if it is Fixed the second row will apply, and if Common, the third row will apply. In whichever row the Ascendant falls, the sign of the Moon will have to be superimposed. For example, if the Ascendant is in Sagittarius, which is a Common sign, then the third row will apply. If the Moon-sign is Libra (1), a Movable sign, the first column of the third row will be applicable and will indicate a short life-span.
Similarly, the second pair of determinants, namely the Ascendant lord and the lord of the Eighth house have to be examined. The third pair is the Ascendant and the Hora-sign of the Ascendant. As the Hora-sign is either for the Sun (Leo) or the Moon (Cancer), there will be no Common sign for the same. Therefore, the first column in the first row, the third column in the second row, and the second column in the third row will not be applicable.
We can also use the number of the sign of the zodiac instead of the numbers 1,2, and 3. The essential thing is to divide the result by 3. This, in fact, is how all the results are obtained for all pairs of determinants. If the result is 0, it equals a medium life-span; if 1, a short life; if 2, a long one. For instance, if the Ascendant is Sagittarius and the Hora-sign of the Ascendant is Leo, this is expressed as 9 + 5 = 14. We divide 14 by 3 and get a result of 4, with a remainder of 2, signifying long life. Similarly, we may call Sagittarius a 3 because it is Common or Mutable, 3 + 5 (Leo) = 8, which again gives a remainder of 2.
When the longevity determined on the basis of all three pairs is identical, there is no difficulty in accepting the result. If the conclusions on the basis of two pairs are identical and the third one differs, one has to accept the former, i.e. the two similar results. But in case all three conclusions are different from one another, the result based on the Ascendant and Hora-sign of the Ascendant should be considered decisive.
Long span-70 Years and AboveMiddle span-32-70 YearsShort span-0-32 Years
Cardinal lagna lord  1
Cardinal 8th lord      1
Cardinal lagna lord 1
Fixed 8th lord          2
Cardinal lagna lord  1
Dual 8th lord             3
Fixed lagna lord      2
Dual 8th lord             3
Fixed lagna lord      2
Cardinal 8th lord      1
Fixed lagna lord       2
Fixed 8th lord            2
Dual 8th lord             3
Fixed 8th lord            2
Dual 8th lord            3
Dual 8th lord           3
Dual 8th lord             3
Cardinal 8th lord       1
As per Laghu prashari byBhashya  byDivan Ramchand Kapoor
Long span-70 Years and AboveMiddle span-32-70 YearsShort span-0-32 Years
Cardinal sign(moveable)
Moveable sign(cardinal)
Dual sign
Dual sign
Fixed sign
Dual sign
Cardinal sign
Fixed sign
Cardinal sign
Dual sign

The above method of determining longevity is very rough and indicative only of the likely duration of one’s life-span. The span of one’s life depends upon the quantum of life-essence or life-force apportioned to the soul for that specific birth. It also takes into account the special mission assigned to the individual to be completed during his life-span. Ordinarily, only after the completion of his mission will an individual leave this world. With the free will inherent in human birth, an individual can take up various options available to him at different stages of his life’s pilgrimage as a result of which his life-span may, in exceptional cases, be altered. From a spiritual perspective, it is necessary to consider how the individual has used his vital energy or life-essence. But it is also necessary to have an idea of which planet plays the death-inflicting role. The decision regarding the death-inflicting planet is as complicated as the determination of longevity, but, broadly speaking, the basic principles can be summarized as follows:
1.    The Second house, as already indicated, is important in determining the death of a person. Any planet occupying the Second house is the most important factor in this regard. A malefic in association with a planet in the Second will have the primary role in inflicting death.
2.    The next in importance is the role of any planet occupying the Seventh house.
3.    A malefic occupying the Third house comes third in order of importance.
4.    Next in order of importance comes the lord of the Second house, which is followed by the lord of the Seventh house.
5.    The lord of the Twelfth has death-inflicting potential of a lower order, and is followed by malefics associated with the lord of the Twelfth house. The lords of the Third and Eighth houses come next. These planets are followed by the lords of the Sixth and the Eleventh houses. Finally comes the consideration of malefic planets in general.
In considering the question of death-inflicting planets it may be useful to reiterate some of the basic principles of astrological prediction which are important in the present context. First, it is necessary to emphasize that benefics as the lords of quadrants acquire a malefic nature unless they are posited in the quadrants themselves. The malefics as lords of the quadrants acquire a benefic influence, but all planets occupying the quadrant houses become auspicious. The planets which acquire lordships of trine houses are always, irrespective of their becoming malefic or benefic, considered auspicious. But the Fifth is stronger than the First (which is considered a trine and a quadrant house), while the Ninth house is stronger than the Fifth. Among the quadrants, the Fourth is stronger than the First, the Seventh is stronger than the Fourth, and the Tenth is stronger than the Seventh.
The lords of the Second, Sixth and Eleventh houses are always inauspicious, though the Sun and Moon do not suffer from this infirmity. If the lord of the Ascendant, as in the case of Aries and Libra, also becomes the lord of the Eighth house, the weakness arising from ownership of the Eighth house does not pertain. Benefics such as Jupiter and Venus, when they become lords of quadrants and do not acquire exceptions to the general rule, become strong death-inflicting planets. Among the death-in flicting benefics, Mercury has less power than Jupiter and Venus, and the Moon has even less power than Mercury. In association with a death-in flicting planet, Saturn acquires tremendous power for precipitating the final blow.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Typhoid fever astrology.

Astrology of typhoid fever.

How is typhoid caused?
The bacterium Salmonella typhi  is present only in human beings and is transmitted through contaminated food or water. People with this infection carry the bacterium in their intestines and bloodstream, and those who have recovered from the disease could still have the bacterium in their system; they are known as ‘carriers’ of the disease. Both ill people and carriers shed Salmonella typhi in their stool. Infection is usually spread when food or water is handled by a person who is shedding the bacterium or if sewage water leaks into drinking water or food that is then consumed. That is why this disease is common in areas where proper hand washing techniques are not followed.
What are the common symptoms of typhoid?
Once the bacterium is ingested it quickly multiplies within the stomach, liver or gallbladder and finally enters the blood stream causing symptoms like fever (usually between 1030F- 1040F), rashes (flat, rose-coloured spots), vomiting, loss of appetite, headaches, general fatigue. In severe cases one may suffer from intestinal perforations or internal bleeding, diarrhoea or constipation.
One of the characteristic symptoms of typhoid is a ‘step ladder fever’. This means that the fever gradually fluctuates between very high and low fever for a short period of time, till it peaks at 1030F – 1040F. In patients without any complications the condition subsides in about three to four weeks after its onset. In about 10% of people, the condition relapses after about one week of convalescence.*

Fever combinations as per Astrological classics.
Fever combinations 

Sarvartha Chintamani Fever ----------Lord of lagna + 6th lord + Sun.
Sarvartha Chintamani Fever for 4 days ----Moon + rahu / ketu in the 4th.
Sarvartha Chintamani Fever for 4 days------ Moon + rahu / ketu along with 8th lord in kroora shatiamsa.

Usually Typhoid spreads from contaminated food and water ,it can be through insects contaminating food by making a contact with such food.

Sign scorpio is a keeta rashi connection of rahu and ketu to scorpio signify insects.
Lords of 6,8th and 12th or dushstana lords always play role in body diseases.
Sign leo , virgo and Libra since the bacteria multiplies in stomach area.
Planets, Mercury,Sun,Mars and Rahu- ketu.

The dependent zodiac positions of the nine planets would help prognosticate certain diseases.
1. If sun and Mars are at an unfavorable positions ailments related to water are possible.
2. If moon and Venus are not in favorable positions water borne diseases are certain.
3. If Saturn is at an inauspicious position ailments related to rheumatism and air are possible.

Condition number one as per classics-- Sixth lord is conjunct sun and lagan lord jupiter aspects the combination.It leads to fevers.
Mars and ketu are in keeta rashi in 12th aspecting 8th lord moon and rahu, Lord of ascendent is retrograde and aspected by Saturn and being retrograde it makes a connection with 12th lord Mars.
Dasha sequence at the onset of Typhoid fever---Rahu and venus.
Venus is sixth lord with sun+ Retro mercury under aspect from lagnesh jupiter. As explained above it means fever as the sign is leo it means fever through abdomen.
As per Varshphall chart Muntha is of 12th house leading to diseases and  sickness etc. And it is in rashi of sixth lord venus .

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Astrology of tuberculosis(TB)

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What Is Tuberculosis?

Tuberculosis, commonly known as TB, is a bacterial infection that can spread through the lymph nodes and bloodstream to any organ in your body. It is most often found in the lungs. Most people who are exposed to TB never develop symptoms because the bacteria can live in an inactive form in the body. But if the immune system weakens, such as in people with HIV or elderly adults, TB bacteria can become active. In their active state, TB bacteria cause death of tissue in the organs they infect. Active TB disease can be fatal if left untreated.
Astrological Factors
Signs- Gemini,cancer,Leo ,Virgo, Libra,Capricorn,Aquarius.
If the Karaka of a house is in the 6th house
Associated with Saturn and Rahu, the native suffers
From a chronic disease indicated by the house in
Planets: Saturn, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, and Mercury.
Houses in Birth Chart: 4th House from Lagna
 Leo Simha; Gemini Mithuna;
Libra Thula; Aquarius Kumba.

In medical astrology, various ailments and body parts are ruled by different planets, signs, and houses. The lungs, for example, relate to Mercury, Gemini, and/or the 3rd house. Asthma relates to them also, as well as (secondarily) to the moon and Cancer. Generally an affliction to the rulers, especially amongst them if there is  more than one, tells the story. 

Respiratory System
The respiratory system supplies oxygen to the blood and removes carbon dioxide.
Lungs, larynx, pharynx, trachea, bronchi
  • The brain monitors respiratory volume and blood gas levels.
  • The brain regulates respiratory rate.
Planet Saturn could cause this disease as he governs breathing
4th House from Lagna and/or House Leo Simha being 5th house of Zodiac,
to be studied for any ailment due to breathing. Âs leo rules over heart, spinal
and Arota.
House Leo is said to play important for lead in tracing this disease.
Saturn is responsible to cause worst and chronic disease. When Saturn with its
3rd, 7th or 10 th aspect afflicts the 4th house (4th house from Lagna
house) or Leo, the natal of that birth chart will have the disease. It is an
incurable and irksome disease. 4th house in a birth chart rules over heart,
chest and lungs.  Moon governs the heart. Leo is a fiery and hot sign owned by Sun.
  • The fourth house in a birth-chart rules over the heart, chest and lungs. It is said that Moon governs the heart.  The fifth house of the zodiac i.e. Leo plays a great part in causing this disease.  It is also confirmed that Leo rules the heart, spinal cord and aorta.  The sign Leo is a fiery and hot sign and if any fiery or hot planets be posited at the birth-chart in Leo, the native will come across asthmatic tendencies.
  • Saturn governs our breath and so he may be regarded as the main planet causing asthma, as in asthma, breathing difficulty causes much trouble.  When Saturn afflicts the 5th house of the Zodiac i.e. Leo, the person becomes liable for bronchial or asthmatic attacks.  Saturn is an obstructive planet by nature and when he afflicts any planet in Leo, he acts as a retarding influence impeding the circulation of blood to and from the heart.  Saturn, being a regarding influence prevents elimination of wastes from the body and clogs the system.
Combinations from classics---- 

Sarvartha Chintamani Cough saturn + gulika in the 6th aspected by sun
Sarvartha Chintamani Cough, asthma, kshaya saturn + gulika in the 6th aspected by sun + rahu+ mars
Sarvartha Chintamani Kshaya Mars + Mercury in the 6th aspected by Venus + moon and mars in malefic navamsa
Sarvartha Chintamani kshaya saturn + gulika in the 6th aspected by mars
Sarvartha Chintamani Kshaya Moon in 7th + Malefics in 6th & 8th (Paapamadhya)
Shambu Hora Prakasa 14 Kshaya Sun in 11th + Saturn in 5th + malefic in 8th
Veerasimhavaloka Kshaya Mercury in cancer (along with moon )
Shambu Hora Prakasa 14 kshaya - tuberculosis of lungs sun in lagna / 4th / 8th + Saturn &Mars together in 10th
Shambu Hora Prakasa 14 Kshaya / asthma / gulma / vidrathi (lungs / spleen / abcess) Moon between malefics + sun in capricorn
Shambu Hora Prakasa 14 Kshaya / asthma / gulma / vidrathi (lungs / spleen / abcess) Moon between malefics + saturn in 7th
Jataka Parijatham 2 76 Kshaya, Kaamila, Peenasa moon

Shambu Hora Prakasa 14 Kshya Moon + Mars aspecting / aspected by lagna lord

Vata (Wind)
Air and Akasha
Prana Vata
Chest region
Udana Vata
Thoracic and throat region
Samana Vata
Hearth and navel region
Vyana Vata
Hearth and circulatory vessels
Apana Vata
Pelvic region
Pitta (Bile)
Fire and Water
Pachaka Pitta
Liver and pancreas
Ranjaka Pitta
Liver and spleen
Sadhaka Pitta
Alochaka Pitta
Bhrajaka Pitta
Kapha (Mucus)
Water and Earth
Kledaka Kapha
Avalambaka Kapha
Hearth, chest and lower back regions
Bodhaka Kapha
Mouth, Tongue and throat
Tarpaka Kapha
Head (cerebrospinal fluid)
Sleshaka Kapha

Lord of 6th is in 12th with retrograde lord of  4th and 7th depicting affliction to lungs and lower abdomen. Lord of ascendent is afflicted by rahu.Mars aspects 11th and 12th lord saturn thereby making it a dependent  planet..lord of 8th venus aspects the sign cancer from an airy and vata sign its aspected by vata planet  saturn from watery sign .Lord of ascendent is in paap kartari yoga and is also afflicted by rahu. Mercury as lord of 4t aspects the fourth sign being retrograde from previous house also making connection with 8th lord,
Mercury signifies nerves and breathing..Saturn aspects leo the sixth house.