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Get to Know Us. Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? In Part Two the component factors of astrology are introduced, such as the characteristics of the signs of the zodiac, the nature asfrologia the planets, stellar astrology and the characteristics of the planets in the signs as well as in the different houses. In this sense, the vedicw effort is truly unique. Your veduca viewed items and featured recommendations. Jamadagni had five children with wife Renuka, the youngest of whom was Parashurama, an avatar of Lord Vishnu.

Jamadagni was well versed in the scriptures and weaponry without formal instruction. Konkana was a southern kingdom populated by Brahmins during and after the period of Puranas. This kingdom is identified to be the Konkan region coastal region of Maharashtra. Other such Brahmin populated kingdoms includes Dravida, Andhra and Karnata. They have migrated in the later periods to the south as far as Kerala. The name Konkana probably have originated from the older name Kanwa-gana meaning the clan of Kanwa a clan of Bhrahmins. Kanwas were a sub-clan of the Kasyapa-clan of Brahmins.

They arrived at the western shores of Indian peninsula, which were the stronghold of the Bhargava clan of Bhrahmins. This history is hidden in the myth of Vamana who arrived at the sacrifice of king Mahabali, conducted in the land of the Bhrigus Bhrigu-kaksha Bharuch in Gujarat , on the banks of river Narmada. This sacrifice was officiated by king Mahabali's priest named Sukra, who belonged to the Bhagava clan.

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In spite of the protest of priest Sukra, king Mahabali gave some land for Vamana. Starting with Vamana, many Kasyapas, in large numbers, settled in the kingdom of Mahabali. Their settlements outumbered those of Bhargavas and of the ruling clan of Asuras. Thus Mahabali lost his kingdom and was forgotten into the underworld of memories. See also Keralas. The Markandeya Purana especially, comprises a dialogue between Markandeya and a sage called Jaimini, and a number of chapters in the Bhagavata Purana are dedicated to his conversations and prayers.

He is also mentioned in the Mahabharata.

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Markandeya is venerated within all mainstream Hindu traditions. Today, Markandeya Tirtha, where the sage Markandeya wrote the Markandeya Purana is situated on a trekking route to the Yamunotri Shrine in the Uttarkashi district, Uttarakhand. Puloma was the wife of sage Bhrigu who is considered to be one of the Brahma Rishis in Hindu Vedic scriptures. Bhrigu was one of the mind-born sons of Brahma the creator who was given the honorific of Bramharishi.

She was a very virtuous and devoted wife. When she was pregnant with his child, Bhrigu on his morning ablution visit it is also said that he went out to perform religious rites to the river had entrusted her to the care of Agni the fire god. However, at that time a demon named Puloman came to the ashrama hermitage of Bhrigu and saw Puloma who had been betrothed to her in the past.

He then made an attempt on her modesty and claimed that he had the right to marry her and carry her away as he had asked for her hand in marriage from her father but her father instead had married her off to Bhrigu. He tried to abduct her, after Agni had confirmed to him that she was Bhrigu's wife who had married her as per Hindu scriptural rites in his presence. Hearing this, Puloman, who was besotted with Puloma's beauty, switched his form in to a boar and abducted her.

Frightened by this development, Puloma gave birth to her son who fell on the ground. In other versions of the legend, the child removes himself from the womb. This son was named Chavana meaning the "fallen from the womb". The child was shining very bright like the Sun and looking at the baby Puloman was scorched to death leaving behind Puloma and her son. The Vedic Samhitas never enumerate these rishis by name, though later Vedic texts such as the Brahmanas and Upanisads do so. Presenting the science of Jyotish in a different perspective is no easy task but the author succeeds in doing it in a disarmingly simple manner.

This direction for this journey comes from a source higher than the Moon.

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It comes from the Sun or the Self in whose radiance the Moon or Mind shines. The whole cycle of Adeptship and Initiation and all its mysteries are connected with, and subservient to these two, the Sun and Moon, along with the Seven Planets. Spiritual clairvoyance is derived from the Sun, while all psychic states, diseases and even lunacy proceed from the Moon.

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The birth of Adepts and Initiates who represent additions to the Inner Government of the World is the most effective creative assistance imparted by the Moon and the Sun. Related to: Warrior passion, creativity, productivity, aggression, anger, weapons, "the hunt".

Explosions, weapons. Tuesday, cooing , murmuring , warbling. Mars is called Mangala, the auspicious, represented by an arrow jutting out of a circle. In the Upanishads, the arrow expresses the direction of contemplation towards the supreme goal. The Martian urge to achieve difficult objects and attain distant goals is symbolised by the arrow. The circle represents the Hiranyagarbha, the Golden Egg or unknown depth; the storehouse of all latent energies to be articulated in Time.

The jutting arrow from the circle indicates this process of articulation. Mars strives after an ideal or goal that is unthinkable, a principle beyond his capacity to accomplish. It directs us to higher levels of existence, heightens the urge to abandon the materialistic life an achieve the everlasting spirit. As the impact of the action is beneficial and enduring, it is called Mangala, the favourable or propitious. The blunted arrow symbolises arrogance and Mars is identified with Kartikkeya, the god of war.

Mars is the personification of the power of the Logos. Qualities of Mangala :Ability to organize, accidents, bleeding, disaster, actions of heroism, aggressive, ambitious, averse to control, bases, military, brothers, determined, enduring chemistry, chivalry, competition, combat, confidence, courage, daring enemies, energy, impulsive, impatient, engineers, precision, goal- oriented, hates opposition, inimical to idleness Jupiter regulates him, love for work, manliness, princes, passion, extravagance, police, army, fire, rescue, red things, self-confidence, self-employed, non-subordinate strength, muscles, Warrior passion, creativity, productivity, aggression, anger, weapons, "the hunt".

Energy, action, power. BPHS Ch. Jataka Parijata, Ch. He has bile in his composition, and is exceedingly fickle. He has a slender waist. His limbs are fine and of a reddish hue. He is energetic and lustful, and his tendencies are towards the quality of Thamas or darkness.

Mars, according to the Brihat Parasara Hora Sastra, is the most malefic planet -- a role normally attributed to Saturn in other Vedic texts. It is with good reason that Mars assumes this status. Mars is a rapidly acting, rather violent planet. It is also in charge of logic,. Mars is usually represented by several deities in Hindu mythology, including Shiva's younger son Skanda who also goes by the name of Murugan, Kartikeya, Kumara, or Subrahmanya. This God was created in order to defeat Tarakasura, a demon who was destroying the world and who had made a deal that they could only be defeated by an infant child There are many similar passages in Indian mythology.

This deity has the power to defeat enemies, but was not designed for human contact or companionship. The myths associated with him indicate that before conceiving him, his parents Siva and Parvati had to perform severe Tapas or austerities, born in a forest of arrow-like grass and reared by the six divine mothers the Pleiades and with his shining weapon his lance or his shakti he defeated Tarakasura easily.

Allegedly, he also exposed Brahma's ignorance of the Vedas and received the name Brahma-Sastra. Skanda another name means one who has acquired the power of chastity. His name Subrahmanya comes from his like of holy people and his goodness towards them. His other names are Guha the secret one , Gangeya son of Ganga , and, perhaps most significantly Svaminatha the preceptor of his own father. As Subrahmanya, he is depicted as having six heads and twelve hands. His six heads represent the five sense centers and the mind, which coordinates their activities. The six centers of energy also leads individuals to the crown chakra, which can grant liberation to those who attain this chakra.

There is a great deal of Symbology connected with the deity representing Mars; according to one text, the peacock that this deity rides Also referred to as Mars' mount in certain texts represents the glory of creation and Subramahnya is its ruler, hence, its "crown". So this planet sits as the "crown of creation". Another representation of Mars the incarnation of Vishnu through the planet Mars is Narasimha, the lion-headed deity of the Hindus. Narasimha was born, like Skanda to destroy the demon Hiranyakashipu who had won many boons and became very powerful, eventually conquering and ruling the three worlds.

Mars — Mangala Energy Action Mars signifies energy, strength, siblings younger , independence, initiative, motivation, determination, ambition, endurance, courage, force of character, manliness, power, impatience, zeal, enthusiasm, passion, pioneering, adventure, sports, competition, frankness, high thinking, resourcefulness, management, research, technology, laboratories, chemistry, mathematics, logic, difference of opinion, antagonism, litigation, argument, misunderstanding, anger, aggression, fascism, war, weapons, soldiers, police, wounds, accidents, operations, surgeons, engineers, dentists, fires in the kitchen , combustion engines, machines, kitchen, bakery, fortification, desert, mountains, landed property Male, Fire, Bilious, Pitta, Marrow, Tamas, Subrahmanya.

When afflicted it signifies rashness, short temper, aggressive temperament, cunning, thievish nature, scoundral, sexual malpractices, impulsive desires, fanaticism, stubborn and untrustworthy If Mangala is well positioned, the Mangala mahadasha can be the most dynamic and productive period of life. If Angaraka is weak or ill dignified, Angaraka mahadasha signifies anger krodha , blaming, and accidents. If one holds the conventional victim perspective of things happening "to" one, Mars periods can release so much anger that severe accidents are not out of the question.

If you have a Mangala mahadasha coming up it is wise to study the psychology of projection, to avoid projecting one's own internal anger randomly into the environment, where it can be picked up unconsciously by another person and "returned to owner" with vivid force! Spiritually advanced types will harness Kuja's surging energy for tantric healing.

But Mars is the warrior planet and even the most dignified position of Mars has a vulgar underside. Everyone has anger and aggression, stored in the subconscious over the course of many lifetimes. So, even a guru will get angry occasionally under Mars influence, or cross sexual boundaries, or act with unusual selfishness.

Depending on which houses he rules, Mars may stimulate aggressive behavior from relatives, co-workers, the spouse, or the government. The most conscious option is to deal with each attack directly, understanding that the people attacking you now - physically or emotionally - are people you have attacked in past lives. Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon gives the meaning of Budha as follows: Awaking, intelligent , clever , wise, a wise or learned man , sage.

Mercury:from L. He is fond of jokes. He has a mix of all the three humors. Mercury is a malefic if He joins a malefic Raman, Three Hundred Important Combinations: Mercury is the planet associated with the nose and therefore any afflictions to him may find expression in the shape of the person suffering from nasal complaints. Vedic Symbolism of Budha or Mercury: Diagrammatically, Mercury is represented by a circle placed on top of a cross with a crescent as its crown. Mercury is related to the Mind, enabling the individual to develop and use his intellect.

The Moon reflects the universal essence of life directed through the radiance of the Sun, which is projected onto the lower levels of manifestation to energise and nourish life on earth. The special feature of Mercury is that serves as a bridge between knowledge as an active potential and pure intelligence that enables the understanding of the essential being. The cross stands for manifestation, combined with a circle that represents revolutionary movement into its wholeness and the Moon-like arc relates it to pure consciousness and this indicates the totality of Mercury function.

The arc at the top represents the movement of various impulses after they have individualized and are struggling for liberation. The semi- circularity of the arc links the last point of objectification of the subjective impulse with the beginning of the liberation of the soul. This wide field of Mercury operation makes a planet a messenger between the gods and man. This crescent points to its ability to transmute all mundane experiences and involvements into Right Awareness. This represents the transformation of earthly and materialistic human beings into realized souls who have returned to their original pure nature.

Mercury has the power to transform human beings into the realization of pure consciousness — intelligence overcomes ignorance to maintain freshness and agelessness. The arc also is a symbol for the Chalice which receives the Divine potential represented by the circle in the Sun symbol to channel its perception and creativity. The special role of Mercury is revealed by the arc, circle and cross, so arranged that humans are induced to ascend spiritual heights.

The cross represents gross matter at the lower level, the circle symbolises Divine potential and the crescent the Mahat or Cosmic. Mercury is a messenger which gives out the hidden secrets of inner teachings and deeper meaning of outer rituals. Mercury functions as the messiah of the Sun enabling the mind to understand the unifying principle in the universe thereby wresting the solar energy contained as the Serpent Fire for enlightenment. Mercury makes a person a Buddha or enlightened one. Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionary gives the meanings of some of the names of Brihaspati as follows:.

Guru means heavy , weighty, heavy in the stomach food , difficult to digest, great , large , extended , long; long by nature or position a vowel , high in degree , vehement , violent , excessive , difficult , hard, grievous, important , serious , momentous valuable , highly prized; venerable , respectable ; m.

Saptarsi sapta-rishi means name of the authors of the hymn Rik Veda; the 7 Rishis ; the 7 Rishis indicates the 7 stars of the constellation Ursa Major "the northern quarter of the sky ", the planet Jupiter.

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Calotropis Gigantea , a wise or learned man , teacher an inciter , propeller, the Soma-juice flowing from the Soma press. Sura-pati means "lord of the gods"; lordship over the gods, name of Indra name of Shiva, Indra's teacher, Brihas-pati, the planet Jupiter, "bow of Indra", the rainbow. Vaca means speaking , talking, a parrot, the sun, speech , a word, the goddess of speech, a holy word , sacred text, an oath.

In the Rigveda, Brihaspati is described as bull of men whom none can decive. He represents the materialization of the divine grace by means of rituals and ceremonies, or exoteric worship. The geometrical figure is the cross with the arch curving to the right side, where the horizontal line is linked to the arc. The arc attached to the horizontal line expresses spiritualization of matter. Under the Jupiterian impact one desires to live, to do social work, speak and undertake activities in the name of the Divine or Truth — there is a concern for the welfare of humanity.

In the Rigveda, Brihaspati is invoked as a mighty power capable of providing immense protection and great prosperity. Brahamaispati and Brihaspati both derive from the same root as the word Brahma, the god of creation. He is known as Animishcharaya — unblinking preceptor; chakshusa, light of the eye, teacher of sacred wisdom, Iiya, teacher of the gods; Idrejua, one who has subjugated his sense organs, He is referred to a Guru, a teacher and preceptor initiating the students into the sacred wisdom of the Vedas.

Brihaspati is yellow in colour, has four arms and ists on a Water Lily. One arm holds a garland of Rudraksha beads, another carries a begging bowl, the third holds a mace and the fourth bestows blessings. He rides a chariot called Nitigosha drawn by 8 pale horses. Yellow is the colour of intellect, auspicious for rituals and devotional activities. The impact of Jupiterian wisdom teches right performance of duties and involves one to actions to fulfil the will of the higher powers.

The Water lily is a symbol of regeneration and unfoldment towards spirituality through beauty and harmony. The garland of Rudraksha beads wards of unfavourable influences and saves the individual from the onslaught of dark forces. The begging bowl symbolises surrender to the Will of God and his every action is for the welfare of others.

The bestowal of blessings shows his concern for the welfare of humanity. The mce shows the possession of power and authority due to his wisdom and unity with the Divine Will. The chariot signifies his spiritual status and dynamism. Nitigosha reveals the special status quality of the vehicle on his Divine Mission. The chariot of Jupiter announces the arrival of righteousness, law, code of truth and right action. In essence, Brihaspati or Jupiter is a teacher with full possession of the sacred wisdom.

He works from the outer to inner and lead students from the known, the exoteric, to the unknown, the exetoric. He protects the virtuous and establishes harmony. He transmutes materiality into spirituality. Jupiter is more concerned with ritual, perpetuation, growth, development, and imparting knowledge and wisdom rather than relesing the individual from the bondage to ignorance and bestowing Nirvna or Liberation. Jupiter is Jiva, the principle of life or vital breath. He is concerned with the individual soul enshrined in the body and imparts to life, motion and sesnsation, enabling it to blossom toward its fullness.

Jupiter is the "Guru of the Gods". He is the teacher of teachers; the high-priest; the voice of Truth. His portfolio includes wisdom, ritual excellence, and joy. Psychically, Guru indicates the native's "permission" levels set at birth. He can change the size of the person's annamayakosha the "food body". When Guru sends a drishti to the lagna, for example, Guru makes the person look large.

When Guru sends drishti to Chandra, the person is fertile. Wisdom: the two rashi signs of Surupati are Dhanus and Meena. Jupiter in Taurus and Libra — Healthy, possessed of happiness, friends, wealth and children, liberal and popular. Jupiter in Gemini and Virgo — Surrounded by worldly paraphernalia or titles, children and friends, minister, consul and happy.

Jupiter in Cancer — Possessed of great wealth and gems, children, wife, enjoyment, intelligence and happiness. Jupiter in Leo — Commander and all the results indicated above in Cancer. Jupiter in Sagittarius and Pisces — Kind or minister or commander or wealthy. Jupiter in Kumbha or Aquarius will produce the results ascribed to him n Cancer. Jupiter in Capricorn — Mean, poor and unhappy. Raman, A Catechism of Astrology, p. If Ketu is in the second, or the lord of the second happens to see the second, then the native will become well versed in a number of languages.

The second house and Jupiter are the most important factors for judging linguistic capabilities. Shani is one of the nine primary celestial beings in Hindu astrology that is, Vedic astrology. Shani is embodied in the planet Saturn. Shani is the Lord of Saturday. He is Tamas in nature and represents learning the hard way, Career and Longevity.

The origin of word Shani comes from the following: Shanaye Kramati Sa: i. Saturn takes about 30 years to revolve around the Sun, thus it moves slowly compared to other planets, thus the Sanskrit name Shanaicharya. It is said that when he opened his eyes as a baby for the very first time, the sun went into an eclipse, which clearly denotes the impact of Shani on astrological charts horoscope. He is depicted dark in colour, clothed in black; holding a sword, arrows and two daggers and variously mounted on a black crow or a raven. He is depicted at other times as ugly, old, lame and having long hair, teeth and nails.

He presides over 'Shani-war' or Saturday. Hora Sara Ch. Apart from meaning self restraint also means investing with sacred thread which is in vogue to give "second birth" to Brahmins. Saturn is the planet which shows your destiny to complete unfinished business from past lives, specifically the unfinished cycles of action-reaction caused by ignorant actions which harmed others in your ancient, subconsciously remembered past. Saturn is the "karma" planet. He shows the quantity and quality of debts accrued through past-life ignorance.

The geometric figure of Saturn is half a circle hanging from a cross. This indicates a a Divine presence on the evolving individual to move from the gross material environment to the spiritual goal. Saturn is a deep acting planet concerned with the permanent nature of the soul and unveiling its original capabilities. The wisdom gained under Saturnian impulse depends upon the power struggle in life. Meditation, peance, contemplation, release from desire and material attachments require a long duration to mature to fructify. Such results can be obtained only wihen the teacher has patience with his disciples and work incessantly and works their psycho-mental shortcomings.

The arc under the cross indicates that Saturns grinds slowly but surely, producing long-term enduring results. In Hindu mythology Saturn is the son of the Sun and Chhaya. This allegory suggests that Saturn is the projection of solar radiance through the veil of matter, which alone is capable of casting a shadow. The casting of a shadow denotes that the pure radiance of the Sun has been obstructed by matter. Saturn is known as: - Asit black and dark blue - Suryaputra son of the Sun - Manda slow and dull.

These are the basic characteristics of the seven channels with underlying impulses that guide all activities of individual during the conscious and unconscious stages of cosmic evolution. Thee are:. Wisdom Working on the intelligence 3. The Search ] Which results in scientific pursuits and at times makes for Truth ] a person agnostic 5. Artists Who endeavour to merge themselves in the universal Life by cultivating the fine arts in their pure form.

Mystics and] Who find the same spirit prevailing everywhere Visionaries ] with differences being only a matter of expression. The true nature of Saturn is the Ultimate symbolised by the invincible instruments of the arrow, javelin and bow held in the hands of Shani. The arrow establishes direct contact between the archer and his object — whether the object is a victim to be killed or a teacher at whose feet out of respect the arrow is to be shot.

The arrow is shot at the victim to relieve him of karmic debs that fetter him on the path of enlightenment. The javelin is pierced by assailant t close range. Saturn is not afraid of its victim. The impact of Saturn is identifiable through disease, injury, untimely loss of support and status in the society. The bow is the base from which the missile is shot. Surgical skills, expertise in medicinal herbs for healing complicated ailments, as well as insight into Divine mysteries are produced by Saturn.. Like a good surgeon, Saturn is more concerned with the long-term welfare; it cures rather than covers the ailment.

Saturn is the most spiritualizing planet, it effectively prepares its students for inner awakening. The bestowal of blessings emphasizes the benevolence of Saturn and the most effective ways of securing this benediction is by reposing confidence and surrendering oneself to the will of the planet. Saturn sends his seven dark rays to draw a soul to their Ultimate destiny.

The vulture is the vehicle of Saturn. Saturn frustrates a person from the greed of material objects, dissolves and destroys these sheaths of passionate longings and leads him to spirituality Saturn loves mankind and guides it towards its higher destiny. Dignified Shani in a dusthana generally seeks public service engagement, typically through employment in large organizations. When dignified, the scope of His service affects many people, the "public". Shapes multitudes of advertising programs which "get the word out" and make resources more accessible to the underserved.

Beneficiaries of Shani's labor are poor and sick people, but anyone suffering severe imbalance such as criminals, police, crime victims, is helped by the native with dignified Shani in house Superb for national health service, low-income clinical medicine, police work. Covert but highly structured intelligence gathering, typically in employ of a large but secret or semi-secret public organization.

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  • Administers confidential social justice policy and programs, handles undocumented exchanges. Privy to secret plans. Follows rules of alternative governance which may not be understood by the general populace but which are very influential in world affairs if uccha or national level of government if swakshetra. Native's official title may be a decoy; his actual public responsibilities are masked. Employment in national or international security, espionage, prison systems, safe-house systems, and other protective enclosures.

    Works for public protection, but generally the public is not apprised of his purpose. Native may work diligently to ensure his nation remains a sanctuary of peace and unmolested living. May serve in prison administration. Shani shows how, when, and why we can consciously serve. The nature of one's conscious service offering is known through Shani and his relationship to all the other grahas. Barbara Pijan Lama says : Shani has some fixed rules. If you are conscious enough to accept the discipline in exchange for a clear mind, here is a general idea of what Shani requires:.

    Neutral responsibility is calm, experienced adult judgment and response, free of guilt or grief. Shani requires neurotic attention to detail. Shani is a perfectionist. Shani rewards cleanliness. Because Shani works "under the ground", His effects are found in astral memories that are feeding on stuck emotions and negative expectations; and physically in objects that are lurking or lingering in the dark.

    Diligent work to clean up stored anger, bitterness, grief, victim- attachments will prevent undesirable effects on the material plane. Pull in your aura. Shani is a narrow traditionalist. He's concerned with you and yours, period. Leave the expansive globalist philosophy for another bhukti - like Guru or Chandra. Shani goes beyond conservative. Shani is a survivalist. Shani rewards time, effort, craft, and professional judgment. If you can do a good job in the service of others with the intelligence and skills you have developed in this lifetime, Shani will reward your industry and dedication to social good.

    If you are flaky, idealistic, trusting in a general sort of way, waiting for an angel to rescue you Shani is a functional-structuralist. If you look at the structure of the universe you'll see that neutral responsibility is the center point on the serious-joy continuum. A little paranoia is probably a good thing during Shani's periods, but only because one of the few benefits of clinical paranoia is a heightened awareness of detail!

    Shani is a minimalist. Doing better with less, living simply so that others may simply live, etc. Ignore the self-indulgence messages that blast us from modern media. Remember you can indulge with impunity under Guru and other permissive house lords. Shani punishes excess and rewards elegance. Tidy up. Less is more Shani, lord of slaves, rewards neutral service.

    Shani rules poverty, ignorance, filth, darkness, coldness, all those boulders blocking our path to the pure warm light of divine bliss. Follow your inclination to help those suffering poverty or ignorance. But be careful. Shani requires compassion and NOT sympathy. Shani rewards sound judgment but He punishes judgmentalism, throwing the first stone etc. Shani rewards skillful neutral compassion but He punishes messy emotional sympathy. Recite Chapter 48 of the UN charter: right to food, clothing and shelter -and only do things that you know will work.

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    Shani, Lord of Time, will not tolerate frivolous waste of any kind, especially waste of time! Shani rewards focus, rigorous attention to matters of rule and principle, and dedication to task. She further says, Shani's job is to correct moral errors made in past lives.

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    • These past errors of judgment and their unfortunate social results are listed in detail in each soul's "Akashic Record". Saturn governs "sin" - from the Latin "sine" meaning "lacking" i. These essential perfections of human ignorance are all rooted in selfishness: survival thinking, scarcity thinking, and fear and the seven deadly sins are: Pride,Envy, Gluttony, Lust, Anger, Greed, Sloth.

      The Golden Rule is : Knowledge and conscious practice corrects sin; and gets Shani off your back. An action that is motivated by these generous, charitable, and compassionate attitudes that act will carry out the Golden Rule.

      Shani is associated with rigidity, dryness, cold, and exhaustion. Shani's two mortal enemies are Kuja, ruler of blood, muscular flesh and kinetic energy; and Surya, lord of heat, moral confidence, and divine energy. So virtually any type of physical blockage is within the purview of Shani. Such blockage does have psycho-emotional roots; however, during Shani periods, the physical symptoms are acute, and they normally require direct treatment on the physical level. Shani rules excessive squeezing, such as being squeezed by snakes - from the inside or outside. If malefics occupy various Bhavas other than 6th, 8th and 12th , they bring harm to the Bhavas, while benefics increase their potence.

      Malefics are auspicious in evil Houses, i. Saturn will normally protect matters of the house it occupies. It slows progress in those areas for sure; things happen slowly in Saturn's occupied house. But, matters of the occupied house are, it's important to note, generally made very detailed and labor-intensive rather than destroyed. The virtue here will be neutral acceptance. In this case the person with Shani in a dushthana has very low expectations so their ego does not interfere with the work at hand.

      They apply a simple straightforward craft in their humble contribution to society. Even the most downtrodden Shani in those scary dushthana's Ari, Randhra, or Vyava Bhava might give good mental and physical results stemming from Saturn's clear, unsentimental realism -- especially if Shani's dispositor is favorable. Shani can in special circumstances give incredibly good results. However, all the other planets would need to support Him. The only way for Shani to become a bona fide benefic is for him to occupy His own or exaltation sign i. BPHS, Ch. He resides in forests and is horrible.

      He is windy in temperament and is intelligent. Ketu is akin to Rahu. Rahu denotes multi-colored clothes and Ketu rags. Lead and blue gem belong to Rahu and Ketu.