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Planets & Politics DR. B. V. RAMAN

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HE SUN IS THE fountain-head of all energies. He is the visible God. Modern scientists declare that but for the Sun, nothing could exist in this world even for a single second. It is his influences that affect terrestrial phenomena. Wars, pestilences, plagues, and ebb and flow of human passions are directly traceable to the movements of the Sun and other celestial bodies or planets, in the signs of the zodiac and astrology deals with these details. Hence it is the safest guide which enables us to appreciate the trend of international events during the coming years. It is not binding on man or nations to meekly submit to the indications or influences of planets. Man is a free agent and can never be said to be a pawn in the hands of a merciless fate. Fatalism has no existence whatever in the astrological vocabulary. Astrology gives the greatest scope for the development and application of will power in man so that, knowing in advance, trend of events, individual or national, one could adjust or move harmoniously with the forces of nature. Suppose an earthquake or a war is indicated. It is not be possible for us to stop the outbreak of a war or the occurence of an earthquake, but it would certainly be possible to prevent the colossal loss of lives and properties by taking precautionary measures in advance. Herein lies the value of astrological consultation. It it is indicated in advance that prices of a certain commodity show an upward tendency in a particular year, you can sell your old stock and make some profit. If you did not know this you would perhaps buy a further stock, and sustain heavy financial losses.

admitted that historical events are adjusted by causes contained in Time, then it could be safely concluded that these causes are capable of demonstration by astrological considerations. Thus astrology helps us to understand the future trend of world events.

Astrology and History Astrology is intimately connected with History. History simply seems to be a repetetion of the problems of adjustment and redjustment of countries and the political world. History must take cognisance of the ebb and flow of human passions, for the rise and fall of nations and empires can be traced to causes, embedded in the Womb of Time which control human passions. Whilst these causes elude the mental grasp of the historian, they nevertheless identify themselves in the creation and destruction of empires and nations. When once it is

The Sun (Ravi) represents the Divine Soul and when he is the ruler or holder of other important portfolios, he determines the question of politics in that year. The Sun represents also Royalty and ruling classes and therefore he will have a large share in the moulding of that year’s general politics.

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Planets indicate Karmic results. Astrological causes are only the expression of the results of national and individual Karma, National and individual evil Karma-accumulated on a large scale, cannot remain without producing its baneful effects. The punishments must come and will come as a matter of sequence. Action must be followed by reaction. The Sun is called Karma Sakshi or the witness, who watches all activities, Kayaka or Physical, Vachaka or Verbal and Manasika or Mental. As the greatest glorious Witness of all Karma and as one who produces the reactions of all Karma, the Sun speaks out about these results through the positions, angles, aspects, conjunctions, retrogrades, accelerations etc,. of the planets and their endless movements in the zodiacal signs and constellations. Planets and Portfolios The Sun arranges the portfolios of the yearly Government by his movements in the several signs and constellations and thereby indicates the results for each year and even for each cycle. Who are the planets for politics and how do they indicate the results for the years in question?

The Moon (Chandra) represents royalty and also the mind of a nation. Where he is evil or has evil conjunctions the national mind as a whole is debased and the activities of such nations which are under his control will commit acts

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Jyothisha Chinta Nidhi p³eeseLf e<e ef®evlee efveefOe YAJNAVALKYA What is Ayanamsa?

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HE ECLIPTIC IS THE APPARENT path of the Sun. This is a great circle of the celestial sphere, which is inclined at about 23° 27’ to the celestial equator. The zodiac is an imaginary belt stretching about 8° to 9° to the north and south of the ecliptic. It is within this celestial belt the planets and the Moon move around, of course apparently, as observed from the earth. It is quite probable that the night sky with its bright stars, in groups showing different and interesting geometrical patterns, that resembled some animal and other forms, could have aroused the interest of the primitive man, driving him to a habit of constant observations. These observations through the ages would have helped the humans to identify many of the stars, some of those sufficiently bright. Only this effort of constant observation, of those stars both inside and outside the Zodiacal belt must have urged those ancients to give them individual names to many of them. It is only these practices and efforts of observation, could have made those of our ancestors to evolve a convenient division of the Zodiac into twelve equal sectors of 30° each. They called these partitions as signs, first being the present Aries. Vedic astronomers, who reckoned these divisions as rasis, did not identify them with any particular constellation or group of stars. They, as group of 27 nakshatras, (28 if Abhijith is also reckoned) pervaded the entire zodiac of the twelve rasis, thereby making each rasi getting 2¼ of the Nakshatra groups. However, this was what others, outside India, did. They divided all of them into twelve constellation groups synchronising with the twelve signs. Our ancients, calling the belt “Rasi Chakra,” measured the celestial longitudes along the ecliptic, commencing from

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Meshadi, a fixed point of reference that is tied upon to a stellar background commencing from Aswini. This is our ‘Zodiac of constellations.’ Longitude so reckoned is called Sidereal or Nirayana. However, astronomically, the first point of Aries is not a fixed point. It is the one of the intersecting points of the ecliptic and the celestial equator. This has a backward motion of about 50.2" per annum in relation to the stars. This phenomenon is called the precession of equinoxes. Necessarily, the intersecting points of the ecliptic and the celestial equator will be two. These two points are the Vernal and Autumnal equinoxes. These two, respectively mark the entry of the Sun into the northern and southern hemisphere. The vernal equinox, taken as the reference point for measurement of celestial longitudes, is referred to as the first point of Aries. Consequently, it can be understood that this ‘Zodiac of Signs’ must slip backward through the constellations. This would make 0° Aries recede at the rate of little over 50" per year from the Vedic Meshadi, which is fixed. The longitude of any planet reckoned from this moving first point of Aries, is called the Tropical or Sayana longitude. Obviously, this will be greater than the Nirayana or Sidereal longitude. This difference is called Ayanamsa. In other words, Ayanamsa is the distance between these two starting points of reckoning, viz., the Meshadi, which is fixed and the astronomical first point of Aries, which is movable, known as Vernal equinox. Ayanamsa Value The determination of the value of Ayanamsa has given rise to many controversies due to divergent views about

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specially prepared spot in front of the house. The rangoli reflects aesthetic appreciation, skills of dexterity of hand, and grasp of geometric principles. The skill in its preparation is passed on from generation to generation, as a part of traditional culture. On this day, minds will be filled with only holy thoughts and be free from wicked ideas and feelings, ill- will and mental agitations due to insatiable desires for material comforts. They are also able to develop tranquility or peace of mind by keeping away tensions and disturbing thoughts and feelings of daily life by involvement in the sacred rituals. Special feasts are prepared and shared with family members and friends. Thus it is an occasion to serve people or partake what food is left after giving it to others. It is an occasion to follow the ancient saying Athithi Devo Bhava. On this day there is a ritual of recitation of almanac or Pachanga or Hindu calendar. A Panchanga is used to find out the auspicious time for tasks undertaken for successful completion. The include activities like agricultural operations (planting, harvesting, etc), starting new ventures, travel dates, marriages and more. A Panchanga is a necessary tool that is a source of guidance in conducting day to day activities in the Hindu households. People assemble in a place such as temple premises. It is an informal social function where an elderly or revered person reads out the predictions regarding national, community and personal lives. This is called Panchanga Sravanam. Jyothisha or Astrology is one among Vedangas

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or a limb of Vedas that dates back to at least 10,000 years . It is treasure of ancient wisdom In Kerala where Vishu is celebrated, the village astrologers visit traditional houses with predictions of the year written in palm leaves and read out before a lighted traditional bronze lamp and receive gifts. People are happy when they hear from these astrologers that they have a bright future. On the occasion, it is usual practice to arrange cultural and literary events. Homes reverberate with rhythm of percussion instruments, melody from traditional indian musical instruments and folk songs and visual treat from traditional and folk dance forms like bharata natyam, kuchipudi, yakshagana and other dances. Folk arts are not mere entertainments; they are rooted in ancient indian scriptures which enlighten people in their day to day life. The occasion also provides ample scope for budding artists to bloom. Perhaps we are reminded of the need to promote arts and culture. .A special mix called bevu bella is prepared by grinding neem leaves with jagery that tastes bitter and sweet. Symbolically the mix of bitter and sweet tells us that human life is a bundle of different experiences – joy and sorrow, gain and loss, victory and defeat, praise and censure – all of which we should accept with a sense of equanimity. We should never entertain very strong likes and dislikes. Ugadi is a festival that has to be celebrated in letter and spirit to bring joy and happiness to every one of us.

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I read the Annual Number of The Astrological eMagazine. Your article on Muhurtha was very good capturing all salient features of a good Muhurtha. The pick of the write-ups was the Mundane piece *Future of India in 2012 by Raman Suprajarama. I can say, without fear of contradiction, after reading the scholarly article that the vacuum left by DR B V RAMAN seems to have been filled up. What is amazing about the write up is the confidence in forecasts which are put into writing without any trace of ambiguity and which is the hallmark of a truly great Astrologer. I could see traces of Dr Raman’s approach in his writings. Finally, a word of appreciation about the free alamanac. It was a very thoughtful move. I suggest that in 2013, a full year’s alamanac may be furnished with charts for all the 365 days. I wish the magazine all success; my prayers and good wishes to all members of the Raman family and wishing the readers a happy and prosperous new year 2012. Dr. Elavathur Subrahmanyan Neelakantan, Chennai 8 MARCH

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From the Yoni Table above, it is clear that the ancients wanted the buildings to face the four cardinal directions only, viz., East, West, North and South. The classical texts opine that Dhwaja Yoni is the best of all auspicious Yonis. Manusyalaya Chandrika states that Yonihi Praanaa Eva Dhamnam Yadasmaad | Grahyastatadyogyayoniprabhedaha || Yoni constitutes the life and breath of a structure, particularly of a house : Vara (solar day) Nandavriddhayaa rishim (shina) hritva tacchesham vaarameva cha | When the circumference is multiplied by nine and then divided by seven, the remainder is Vara (solar day). cx9 ——[remainder = Vara] 7

Remainder Day of the week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (zero)

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Result Not favourable Favourable Not favourable Favourable Favourable Favourable Not favourable

Of the weekdays, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday are said to be auspicious for beginning the construction. Tithi (lunar day) Navabhirgunithe trimshata kshepecchesham tithirbhavet | When the circumference is multiplied by 9 and then divided by 30, the remainder is Tithi (lunar day). cx9 ——[remainder = Tithi] 30

Manasara refers to C as circumference or thickness or height. Perhaps, we can take this as the height. I invite scholars to throw more light on this point. ga on chan b51 n a P e an ampl m/nir See S issuu.co . www

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Health Problems DR. JAGANNATH RAO, M.B.B.S.,M.R.S.H

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ROM THE IMMEMORIAL the effect of Rahu and Ketu has been known to man whenever the Moon or the Sun comes in conjunction with these shadowy planets. He has known that this conjunction known commonly as eclipse has an effect on digestion and pregnancy - that is, a pregnant woman was forbidden to see an eclipse. All were supposed to fast until the eclipse ended. The effects of Rahu and Ketu were thus far known to all. But the ancient Rishis have attributed many other diseases to these shadowy planets. For instance Rahu produces phobias, stammering, chronic diseases like leprosy and tumors, serpent bites, abortions, child deaths, etc., and to Ketu are attributed low blood pressure, accidents, phobias, worms. skin diseases, etc. Though the individual effects of these planets have been studied by various authors of the past and present, no exhaustive study of the effects on health of this axis in the natal chart has been made. This prompted me to collect for such a study, My findings are mainly with regard to health also. I have studied the effects in all the 12 houses and I have also noted the findings of ancient rishis aad astrological seers of the past and present and I present this paper for the benefit of readers. The study is by no means exhaustive though I have made a sincere effort to focus the effect on as many aspects as possible. Rahu Katu - axis in Lagna and the 7th Before touching the effects on health it is necessary to study the mental make-up of the person and other environmental conditions that may effect health. Native with this combination will have a peculiar nature and it will not be possible to easily gauge the person. He may suffer from inferiority complex, fear of being neglected by near and dear ones and society; he also suffers some deformity, may be in a minor degree. He will have secret aspirations leading to frustrations. With such a complex melancholia, depression, peptic ulcers, and even hysteria may develop. As this axis falls in the 1st and the 7th, the person is very passionate and suffers due to lack of sex gratification. They may be difficult to get on with because they are silent-and-difficult-to-please types. If there is a THE ASTROLOGICAL eMAGAZINE

full kalasarpa in these houses, it becomes a very unfortunate condition and such people die in dire circumstances. The susceptible ages the 7th, 13th 18th, 26th, 38th 45th and 60th years. Rahu Ketu in the 2nd and the 8th The native of such a combination is a victim of circumstances leading to pecuniary troubles and involvements in accidents and may be bedridden for a long time. He may have stammering, and suffer due to his foul tongue and quick temper. He develops blood pressure and is disliked by his family members. At the age of 12 years he suffers from pox which leaves bad sears. He will have inferiority complex with regard to his sexual ability. He is often cold and clammy to touch, he suffers from high fevers and pains which mostly remain undiagnosed. He has to spend a lot on his health and as well as on his dependents. This further causes nervous disorders and ultimately nervous breakdown. The effects are mitigated if there is an aspect of Jupiter to this axis, either to Rahu or Ketu. If there is complete kalasarpa operating in these houses he ends up in an asyslum. The susceptible ages are the 10th, 15th, 20th, 23rd, 42nd, 53rd, and 59 years. Rahu Ketu in the 3rd and the 9th Persons having this combination are often misunderstood by their own kith and kin. They are accussed of ulteriormotives. They do not care for their health but are highly susceptible to criticism and suffer blood pressure. Their own kith and kin will cause troble and even the father may disown such a person. They are fond of wandering and suffer often due to breakdown of vehicles, as they riokety vehicles. They pose themselves as rich and powerful. If full kalasarpa operates. The end is sudden. The susceptible ages are 11th, the 18th, 25th 31st, 40th, 47th, 50th and 60th years. Rahu Ketu in the 4th and the 10th The natives with such a combinations will often suffer from cough and cold, fever due to frequent tours and MARCH 2012

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March 2012 First column gives the English dates and next to it the names of the regional months and dates. The ending moments of Tithi, Nakshatra, Yoga and Karana are given in the 24 hour clock extending to 30 hours. Of the Nityayogas, Vishkumbha, Parigha, Vyatipata, Vajra, Vyaghata, Vaidhruthi, Sula, Ganda and Atiganda are generally spurned for auspicious events and they are marked in red in the Panchanga. Vydhruti pervades from 346º40’ to 360º and Vyatipata from 213º20’ to 226º40’ of the sum of the Nirayana longitudes of the Sun and the Moon. Vydhruti and Vyatipata punyakaala are observed on the day when the yogas prevail for 1½ hours or more, when Sraddha is performed by the astute. These two belong to the shannavati -96- Sraddhas ordained for a householder. Considering the astronomical implications, the Sayana Vydhruti and Vyatipata days are also indicated in the Panchanga. The auspicious Amritayoga and Siddhayoga and inauspicious Maranayoga and Prabalarishtayoga come under Amirtaadiyoga scheme and are different from the Nityayogas. The Karana is the half of the Tithi. They are mainly classified as Sthira - fixed or immovable and Chara or moveable. The Chara Karanas are seven in number and the Sthira are only four. The fixed ones are inauspicious. They are Sakuni, Chatushpada, Naga and Kimsatugna. The seven movable Karanas are in their order, Bava, Baalava, Kaulava, Taitila, Gara, Vanija and Vishti (or Bhadra.) Among the movable Karanas Vishti or Bhadra is considered to be of dreadful. The forbidden Karanas are marked in red for easy identification. We have most of our religious observances pegged on to the Tithis. Pournamipooja Chandradarisana, Sankataharachaturthi Vrata, Shastivrata, Ekadasi Vrata and Pradosha are specially mentioned in the Panchanga. Pournamipooja is done in the evenings on days the full Moon is prevalent. Chandradarisana is observed on the evening on the day when the crescent Moon appears for the first time in the west after the Amavasya. Chaturthi of the Krishnapaksha or Bahula Chaturthi of every month is known as Sankataharachaturthi. The evenings of Sukla and Krishna Trayodasi days are specially observed as Pradosha Vrata days. The important dates and festivals for March 2012 are as follows: 1. Thu - Durga Ashtami; 4. Sun - Amlaki Ekadasi; 5. Mon - Govinda Dwadasi; 6. Tue - Runavimochana Pradosha; 7. Wed - Pournamipooja. Maasimagha. Sri Nataraja Abhishekam; 8. Thu - Holi; 9. Fri - Sayana Vyatipata. Vasantotsava; 11. Sun - Sankataharachaturthi; 12. Mon - Rangapanchami; 13. Tue - Shastivrata; 14. Wed Kaarudayaan Nonpu. Sampath Gauri Vrata; 15. Thu - Sitalashtami. Ashtaka. Kalashtami; 16. Fri - Anvashtaka; 18. Sun - Papamochani/ Vijaya Ekadasi. Sravanavrata; 19. Mon - Soma Pradosa; 20. Tue -Madhu Krishna Trayodasi. Mahavisuva day. Maasasivaratri; 21. Wed - Indian New Year’s day; 22. Thu - Sarva Amavasya. Sayana Vaidhruthi; 23. Fri - Vasantha Navaratrarambha. Telugu New Year Day. Ugadi. Siddhi Ganapathy Vrata; 24. Sat - Chandradarisana; 25. Sun - Gauri / Andolana Triteeya. Sowbhaagya Gauri Vara; 26. Mon - Masa Chaturthi. Sakthi Ganapathy Vara; 27. Tue - Sri (Lakshmi) Panchami. Krittikavrata; 28. Wed - Skanda Shasti. Shastivrata; 30. Fri - Vasanti Poojaarambha. Kamala Saptami Vara. Santana Saptami; 31. Sat - Annapurna Pooja. Asokaashtami. Sri Rama Navami (Smarta) Bhavani Utpathi. Moon in Vrishabha enters:

Mithuna on 2nd at 09h.00m; Kataka on 4th at 17h.57m; Simha on 6th at 22h.51m; Kanya on 9th at 00h.39m; Thula on 11th at 01h.13m; Vruschika on 13th at 02.25m; Dhanus on 15th at 05h.28m; Makara on 17th at 10h.49m; Kumbha on 19th at 18h.19m; Meena on 22nd at 03h.47m; Mesha on 24th at 15h.12m; Vrishabha on 27th at 04h.04m; Mithuna on 29th at 16h.46m; Kataka on 31st at 26h.59m. The Sun enters: Poorvabhadrapada on 4th at 10h.39m; and Uttarabhadrapada on 17th at 19h.10m;

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Rohini: There will be gains from investments. You will win in lawsuits. There will be many favourable currents. Mrigasira 1, 2: There will be problems of health. Those with chronic illness should exercise care. Many unfavourable currents upset your plans. There may injuries or you may undergo surgical treatment.

MITHUNA (Gemini) Mrigasira 3, 4, Aridra and Punarvasu 1, 2, 3 The Sun in the latter half, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Rahu are helpful. Others do not. With the plenitude of favourable transits, you will have an enjoyable time. First of all you will feel excited at the strange ways in which things take place to your advantage. A long-cherished desire now gets fulfilled. Proposals for marriage and attempts for childbirth click. You may feel elated at the honour bestowed upon you by your colleagues. You grow powerful and wield influence. You have financial gains through direct and indirect methods. You exercise sagacity while solving problems with which you are embroiled. You get governmental favours. You get as gifts many costly goods. Lovers of ornaments have a splendid time. Newly weds enjoy themselves and visit many places of their liking. There will be restoration of health in many cases. Though you feel happy some problems about children occasionally disturb you. There may be quarrels with your kinsmen in which you become the scapegoat. Despite the minor shortcomings, the overall picture is really colourful. Mrigasira 3, 4: There will be problems of health. Many unfavourable currents disturb you. You may undergo injuries.

KARKATAKA (Cancer) Punarvasu 4, Pushya and Aslesha Except the shadow planet Ketu and the occasional lunar grace, there is nothing interesting. Your ambition, however great or small, does not get fulfilled. The odds against you are too many and despite your frantic effort to get back the past glory, there is no ray of hope. With many doors closed, making overtures to achieve your ends becomes hard nut to crack. The stiff opposition from colleagues, friends and official circles put you to hardship. When you apply for loan, the officials concerned are indifferent and the bureaucratic bottleneck impedes the matters to the extent of causing disillusionment. Your health poses problems and even if you are physically robust you become affected with diseases, partly due to the insalubrious effect of food, climate etc. The honeymooning couple find things disgusting. Even if you resort to close lipped patience, you are provoked. Try to continue with your attitude. The occasional successes caused by your resilience nevertheless help you, but it has limitations. *Namah Suyaya Chandraya Mangalaya Budhayacha | Guru Shukra Shanibhyascha Rahave Ketave Namaha ||

Punarvasu 4: Many unfavourable currents disturb you. You may undergo injuries and get the help of your kinsmen. Pushya: You may win lawsuits. You may incur the displeasure of kinsmen. Some favourable currents cheer you up. Aslesha: There will be income through different sources. There may be injuries or need for surgical treatment. There will be favourable currents and consequent income.

SIMHA (Leo) (Makha, Poorvaphalguni and Uttaraphalguni 1)

Aridra: There will be success in lawsuits. Many favourable currents cheer you up. You also have the favour of your kinsmen.

Mercury (with the obstruction of Veda) Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn help you. Others do not.

Punarvasu 1, 2, 3: You may undergo surgical treatment. You face problems due to the help of some kinsmen. Many unfavourable currents disturb you.

This offers a good picture. The providential grace you have certainly brings you success in every activity. Proposals for marriage and attempts for childbirth click and the obstacles are easily removed. You acquire valuable goods and succeed in romance. New weds enjoy

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