10. Magha Nakshatra

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Ruled by Ketu. (00º00’ Leo – 13º 20’ Leo.) Leonis: Alpha (Regulus, the little king), Eta (Al Jabhah), Zeta (Adhafera), Mu (Rasalias), Epsilon, Lambda (Alterf), & Kappa. Heart of the Lion.

Star of Regality or Sovereignty. Power to leave the body

Meaning: Mighty, Magnanimous, Magnificent, the Most Important, the Most Bountiful.

Main Deity: Pitru Deva (ancestor gods), Pitru Loka, 

Symbols: Palanquin, house, the king’s throne, special chair. 

Secondary Symbols: Red flame, Basilisk

Secondary Deities: Hercules and the Nemean Lion

Tree – Incense: Banyan Tree

Creative Sexual expression: Male Rat

Body parts: Nose, Lips, Chin

Trimurti: Brahma/Creation 

Gotra/Clan: Sage Angiras

Gana/Tribe: Rakshasa 

Varna/Caste: Shudra

Motivation/Goal: Artha

Nature: Fierce/Severe/Cruel

Activity: Active

Place:

Guna: Tamasic

Element: Water

Dosha: Kapha

Sex/Gender: Female

Downward Facing

Direction: West

Colour: Ivory/Cream

Animal: Male Rat

Classical References

Rulership: People rich in gold, corn, granaries. They are mountaineers, those who are devoted to their ancestors and parents. They are often traders or heroes; carnivorous beings and women-haters.

Hora Sara: One born under Magha will be wise, modest, enjoy luxuries and have many people to serve him. They will show respect for their father and the gods, and  be very industrious.

Jataka Parijata: A person born under Magha will be lustful, but devoted to virtue, indulgent to his wife, proud and wealthy.

Sage Narada: One born in Magha will be stout-bodied with prominent cheeks and a protruding abdomen. He will be irascible, an orator, very patient in disposition, will honour gods and preceptors and be radiant.

Brihat Samhita: A person whose birth takes place under the star Magha will be very rich and will have many servants. They will enjoy pleasures, worship the Gods and ancestors, and be very industrious.

Varahamihira: Lots of wealth, many servants, live a life of luxury and enjoyment, preserving, engaged in important works and devoted to gods and ancestors.

Brihat Samhita: When Saturn transits Magha, the Bahlikas, Cinas, Gandharas, Sulikas, Paratas, traders (or Vaisyas), godowns and Kiratas come to grief.

Auspicious Activities

This is a day to do whatever you want regardless of how others feel about it. It’s a day for harsh and fierce activities like quitting jobs or cutting off relationships. Destructive acts that show everyone who is the boss, criticising someone else’s work when they need to hear it. It can be a good day for fireworks, explosive devices, fires, killing things, cutting them down or destroying them, It can also be a good day to take a vow, to fast, to keep silent, or conduct harsh detoxes and cleans. Downward looking also makes it a good day to dig into the earth or into oneself. 

Special Considerations

  • Magha is a Ganda-Moola nakshatra It sits on a junction point of fire and water. It’s inauspicious. A special ceremony is recommended every month when the moon transits one’s natal Moon in these nakshatra. Moon in pada 1 or 2 is said to be problematic for mother and father respectively.  
  • Sun is moolatrikona through the first 20ºs of Leo
  • Month of Magha (begins either on the full moon in Magha (or nearby) or on the New Moon preceding the full moon in October. 
    • Good for weddings, house-warmings, thread ceremonies. 
    • Magha Snanam: Good month for holy bath. 48 minute bath in salt water is also recommended this month. 
    • Vasant Panchami: Saraswati’s birthday. Very auspicious day for introducing a child to education. Worship of Saraswati on this day removes ignorance, lethargy and laziness.
    • Ratha Saptami: 7th phase of the moon. This is the day that the sun enters Makara and starts moving towards the northern hemisphere. Treated as a Surya Jayanti.  
    • Bhishma also revealed the stotras while laying on his death bed of arrows. 
    • Sri Madhwa Navami – Shukla Paksha: Sri Madhwa was the founder of Dvaita philosophy. He disappeared in a heap of flowers which fell on him on this day. 
    • Maha Shivarathri: Comes on the final day of Krishna paksha on the dark fortnight of Magha. Observe fasting during the day and remain awake all night for prayer and worship. 
    • Magha Purnima: Marks the end of snan, Religious rituals performed on this day give great benefits. 
    • Bhishma Ekadasi: Bhishma revealed the 1000 names of Lord Vishnu to the five Pandava brothers. Very auspicious day to repeat those 100o names of Vishnu.
    • Navratri: Starts on the first day of Pratipad of Shukla Paksha. And ends on Navami. Each day celebrates a different version of Devi. Durga mantra, Only one meal per day. Fasting ends on Dashami. 
    • Makar Sankranti: Harvest festival. Melas. Thanks to Surya

Qualities of Magha

Brahma – Creative Force: This nakshatra is ultimately a creative nakshatra and will bring things into the world. 

Sage Angiras: his name means, he who has “sprung from the coals,” “shines like fire,” or “the radiant one.” He is associated with many beautiful hymns, especially in the Artha Veda and Rig Veda. He was a teacher of yagya (fire worship) and soma practices which he acquired from Bhrigu. He’s closely connected with concepts of oblation and memory.  His intense contemplation on Para-Brahma produced great tejas. His followers seek vast open natural spaces for contemplation and seeking knowledge. Hymns and mantras are mostly pleasant but he also has mantras for harming others, which connects him with black magic. Brihaspati and Prana are his most famous children. Dirghatamas was Anghiras’ blind grandson and father of Gautama Maharishi. 

Rakshasa:: More likely to seek out a life of beauty, harmony and enjoyment Than honour and authority. However in Magha we find beauty in power and authority. 

Shudra: (known for filial duty) Labour, farmers, artisans, craftsmen. This is the king who is a servant to his people; an actor who is a servant to his audience; it’s the lesson that everyone has to serve somebody. In Magha it could be their ancestors or lineage that theory serves. 

Artha: The goal of placements here will be to build wealth. Make money and provide safety and security through material abundance while building things that will last, grow and gain in value. Grounded and long term. They seek to restore value. The karakas of the planets will support gain of material wealth to the degree that the planetary significations both naturally and by house ownership support wealth accumulation and appreciation. 

Krura/Ugra – Fierce/Severe: A provocative placement for starting fights, arguments, litigation, quitting your job, bringing an end to things or taking care of things once and for all. Serving justice or carrying out a crime, killing things, cheating, poisoning, surgery, buying or using guns and other weapons, destroying your enemies or obstacles in a harsh way. It’s good for harvesting, tearing down the old, clearing land for development, activities that once done cannot be undone. It can be great for cutting off toxic relationships, giving up bad habits, starting a tough detox, or going into rehab, completing some act of penance like self-flagellation. Magha, P. Phalguni, P. Ashadha, P. Bhadra are the other fierce Nakshatras. Tuesdays carry this energy which is why they say not to initiate travel on this day.   

Tamasic: Activities take part on the gross physical plane: dark, depressed, dull, inert activities that obscure reality and keep us in the dark. Some kind of gross suffering is usually felt here and there’s a lazy sort of laissez-faire sort of laziness of lethargy. The energy here typically pulls a person down as it represents neither change or purity. There is typically some suffering and darkness of mind experienced here. Tamasic has no nutrients and the prana is not moving; it’s stale or dead. 

Adho Mukha – Downward Facing: Relates with research, containment, underground activity, digging wells or mines, drilling for oil, digging up the garden or other trenching activities. It may also relate with shame, pessimism or low self worth that causes you to keep your eyes cast downward. Bharani, Krittika, Ashlesha, Magha, Purva Phalguni, Vishakha, Mula, Purva Ashadha, and Purva Bhadra. Planets like Mars, Saturn, Rahu and Ketu share this nature. 

Water: heavy, cold, movable, fluid, moist, liquid, soft & hard, clear

    • Earth + Water = Cooperation
    • Water does not cooperate with Air and impedes Fire
    • Fire does not cooperate with Earth and impedes Water
    • Air does not cooperate with Water and impedes Earth

Kapha: Water + Earth = Cool, oily, heavy, stable, slow, soft, gross, sticky/cloudy, smooth

    • Stable, slow, methodical, greedy
    • Disturbed by sweet (Jupiter), salty (Moon), sour (Venus). 
    • Pacified by pungent (Sun) and astringent (Saturn)

Active: Planets here will actively pursue their interests. Active planets like Mars and Sun will have their activity enhanced. If afflicted here it can make a person very aggressive and angry.  More passive planets will struggle in an active field a little bit like. The moon here can make an active mind, but we need active and alert minds to nourish and protect the weak. Saturn will be like putting an old man jogging; he can still do well, but may follow the “slow-and-steady-wins-the-race” mantra

Female: Karaka figures of planets placed here may be females or relate to you with feminine energy. 

West: Auspiciousness and movements are predicted to head west during dasha periods of planets placed here. 

Male Rat: (pairs with Purva Phalguni) Sexual entanglement. “I smell a rat.” The copulation cycle of rats can be divided into three parts: 1. The precopulatory phase: the male rat and the receptive female (i.e. being in hormonal or behavioural estrous) will engage in anogenital sniffing. 2. The copulatory phase consists of the female drawing the male’s attention with pre copulatory behaviour: hopping (short jumps with all four legs off of the ground) and darting (short and sudden runaway movements, in which she presents her body to the male). In a reaction to these movements, the male rat will try to mount the female: he straddles the female from behind, and thrusts his hips in an attempt to locate the vagina with his penis. In the event of penile insertion into the vagina, the male rat continues his thrusting with a sudden deeper thrust. He then dismounts the female, visible as a short jump backwards, away from the female, sometimes raising his forepaws in the process. This behaviour is recognised as an intromission. The physical stimulation caused by mounts and intromissions can cause the female to arch her back for easier vaginal entry, a receptive phenomenon known as lordosis. These behaviours tend to proceed in rapid succession, only to be intermittent by self-grooming, rest, and pacing by the female (runaway behaviour). 3. The executive phase

Ejaculation by the male  is followed by a period of male inactivity, usually lasting around 5 min. The beginning of a new cycle of sexual behaviour marks the end of the post-ejaculatory interval.

Auditory, olfactory and visual cues play an important role in sexual behaviour. Interestingly, a cooperative function seems to exist for the different modalities in the induction of approach behaviour of a potential mate. {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0166432817312330

Gods & Symbols of Magha

Ancestral Fathers (Pitris): They are more than just our family ancestors; they are the great ancestral spirits, the progenitors of all the gods and humans. They are the great giants upon whose shoulders we stand. The protectors of the universe. Ancestral pride. The protectors of the universe. The prajapatis as a class of being.

Represented as rays of light passing through a prism: the single ray is refracted to appear as the seven colours of the rainbow. This occurs naturally after rain due to the light of the sun passing through the water droplets in the air. 

Hercules fights the Nemean lion with skin that could only be pierced by his own claws. The lion’s cave had two entrances; Hercules blocked one of them and chased the lion back into his cave until it was cornered. Hercules hit it over the head with his club enough to knock it unconscious and then he strangled it to death. Since part of this labour was to bring back the lion skin as proof of his victory he had to take the time to discover that the lion’s own claws were the only way to pierce the skin. He ended up keeping the skin as his own armour. 

There is some speculation that the Nemean Lion’s father was Typhon, which is related to Ardra nakshatra, and that Hera may have nourished the lion at birth and gave it the home in this particular cave out of spite for Zeus as the Lion block’s Zeus’ worshippers from reaching his shrine. And it’s believed that it was Hera who gave the lion an honoured place amongst the stars. 

 

The Basilisk: This is presumably a rare mythical creature who often appears in the coat of arm of royalty. It’s a lot like a King Cobra whose reputation has been magnified in the imaginations of peasants from a distant land. It’s like a snake that moves upright and scorches everything around it with its deadly venom. It’s mentioned several times in the Bible and is typically referred to as a real creature rather than a mythical one. There seems to be some confusion about its existence and it might very well just be a cobra whose reputation precedes it.  

Palanquin – Kings Throne – Seat of Power: This is the elevated seat that the king sits upon. Raised above everyone else so that he can be seen and so that everyone knows who the most important person in the room is. King Nimi: He was forced to leave his body by a curse but was allowed to take up residence in the eyes of all living beings which allows him top be a seer, a jyotishi with the power to illuminate the truth. King Jankik: He was Sita’s father. He also represents the spiritual passion and detachment from worldly life that goes with Magha. He passed the kingdom to his son and took sanyas on the arrival of his first grey hair. He advised his son to do the same. Years later he was again reborn into his same lineage to enjoy the wealth that his ancient wisdom had allowed to be passed down.

Antimony: In ancient times this lustrous grey silver metalloid element was crushed into a powder and used for medicines and cosmetics; especially mixed with charcoal to make Kohl. These days it finds use in lead-acid batteries, and mixed with other metals such as lead and tin it has led to advances in soldering, bullets, and bearings. About 60% of it  gets used in a mixture for fire retardants. Although this element is perfectly stable at room temperature there are a couple different processes by which it becomes highly incendiary. It typically forms itself in layers that allow for very high density, but the lawyers do not have a strong bond, making it rather brittle. They seem to be uncertain where the name Antimony came from. It may relate with the French word “antimoine,” meaning monk killer. Considering this compound is poisonous (with little toxicity) and historically many monks in France were alchemists we get a sense of where this name might have come from. It may also relate with the Greek word, “antimonos,” meaning “aloneness,” “not found as metal,” “not found unalloyed.  

Others uses include: stabilizer and catalyst of polyester, to remove microscopic air bubbles from glass for television screens and in semiconductors. It still finds use in medicine and is useful as an emetic or antiprotozoal. Elementary antimony pill cold be ingested, eliminated, and reused by the whole family forever.  It may have had the effect of killing worms and parasites in the stomach. They use it on the heads of safety matches and it helps stabilize the friction coefficient in automotive brake-pads. 

Health

Nose, Lips & Chin

  • Prone to heart problems, hypertension & stomach ulcers
  • Nosebleeds that may be related to hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia
  • Allergies, cancers, skin problems, hereditary illness, 
  • Inflammatory illness, meningitis, epilepsy, brain, spine, affecting the nerves. 
  • Death by hanging (either suiside, murder, or the foggy place between the two)
  • Depression (especially post-retirement)  

Chin 

Several problems actually show themselves through symptoms that may be experienced in the chin; usually affecting the facial nerves.

The trigeminal nerve is one set of the cranial nerves in the head. It is the nerve responsible for providing sensation to the face. One trigeminal nerve runs to the right side of the head, while the other runs to the left. Each of these nerves has three distinct branches. Trigeminal neuralgia (TN), also known as tic douloureux, is sometimes described as the most excruciating pain known to humanity

  • Ophthalmic Nerve (V1): The first branch controls sensation in a person’s eye, upper eyelid and forehead.
  • Maxillary Nerve (V2): The second branch controls sensation in the lower eyelid, cheek, nostril, upper lip and upper gum.
  • Mandibular Nerve (V3): The third branch controls sensations in the jaw, lower lip, lower gum and some of the muscles used for chewing.

Other diseases that can affect the nerves of the chin: diabetes is a common one, with diabetic sincop (fainting) also relating with Magha. Magha seems to relate more with the more advanced symptoms of diabetes than diabetes itself, but there is none the less some relations. Magha natives also tend to put on weight later in life due to a rich lifestyle and diet with much fat and sugar. Some cancers can affect the nerves of the face as well as multiple sclerosis, syphilis, lyme disease, sjogren syndrome, sarcoidosis, amyloidosis, vasculitis, or sickle cell anemia. Of course, many of these require more research to determine the extent of involvement with Magha, but until that research is done, I’ll leave this as a reminder. 

Lower Jaw – Mandible: Of course many of the problems people feel in their chin also relate with dental problems or issues relating with the alignment of the lower jaw. The connection of the lower jar directly to the skull and well as the extra protrusion of the chin belong only to mammals and higher primates. Even the great apes do not have a chin. 

Vision

The Lasik founder has his moon here. Assad, trained as an eye surgeon, has Mercury here. 

Heart – Cardiovascular Disease

Gabriel Lippmann invented the ECG machine for measuring cardiac output. Denton Cooley was a famous heart surgeon. Heart conditions are common with placements in Magha. 

Medical Problems of the Heart: Abnormal heart rhythms, or arrhythmias. Aorta disease and Marfan syndrome. Congenital heart disease. Coronary artery disease (narrowing of the arteries). Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. Heart attack. Heart failure. Heart muscle disease (cardiomyopathy). Heart valve disease. Pericardial disease. Peripheral vascular disease. Rheumatic heart disease. Stroke. Vascular disease (blood vessel disease)

Leaving the body

Trace, hypnotism, astral travel, leaving the body, near death experiences. 

Diabetic shock: The rather causal link between diabetic neuropathy has already been mentioned, but many diabetics also experience insulin shock and unconsciousness. 

Knockout punch: The tip of the chin is the target for this; with the force of the punch travelling upwards just a little bit. Your opponent will be seeing stars. Of course other exceptionally hard hits to the head can also knock a person out, but if you hit that sweet spot on the chin you don’t even have to hit them very hard. It’s all physics and biology of course. The perfect strike will “explosively displace the jawbone and push the socket of the jaw into the bundle of nerves running along the sides of the throat from the brain through the neck down the spinal cord. This shock to the nervous system is like an emergency reboot of a computer. Consciousness is not lost, but all coordination is disrupted until the nervous system regains control. These are the type of knockouts, in which the fighter is lying there, still conscious, but can’t move or get up. Or their coordination is all off and they’re completely off balance.” (~Carl Jacobson) 

We can also consider the leverage applied to the neck, which, by striking the furthest point from the joint allows for the greatest force to be applied to snap the neck backwards. A strong force to the C-3 vertebra can also cause a person to fall unconscious so there may also be some connection between the two. This “power to leave the body” seems to relate to falling unconscious. Also applicable to this is that in acupuncture we are taught that really hard pressure exerted between the chin and the lip can make a person fall unconscious; but perhaps more verifiably speaking hard pressure just where the nose meets the upper lip can revive someone from an unconscious state. 

There is actually a second part of the body they say we can deliver a knock-out blow: the solar plexus. It doesn’t make you see stars like a good chin or temple shot, but it can have debilitating effects. Another part of the body ruled by the Sun and likely related to Leo in some way. Some extra research needs to be done on this topic because the warmth of prana may come from Magha. Since Swati is three houses away, the wind might merely be the way prana reaches out to the world. 

Stars of Magha

Regulus Heart of the Lion: Alpha Leonis (Regulus, the little king), Eta Leonis (Al Jabhah), Zeta Leonis (Adhafera), Mu Leonis (Rasalias), Epsilon Leonis Lambda Lionis (Alterf) & Kappa Lionis. 

Regulus is the brightest of six sickle shaped stars marking the forehead of the lion.

Tree of Magha

Banyan tree: Known as Kalpavriksha, the tree that fulfills one’s wishes and provides material wealth. It is the holiest tree in India, considered immortal. It gives longevity to Lord Brahma himself. It’s a large tree with large leaves and spreading branches to offer protective shade and shelter. It is sometimes called Bahupada, the one with several feet, because of the way the roots extend down from the branches to create a new root base. A Shiva lingam is often found at its base and these trees act as a resting place for wandering Sadhus who will stay under the banyan at the edge of town rather than entering the town itself. Shiva also looks to the North which is the direction of death. He is the one who helps us face death without fear. This also connects the Banyan to Lord Yama and one is often found near cremation grounds. Grass does not grow under a Banyan. 

Since it’s not a tree that allows for renewal or rebirth, it is avoided for purposes of marriage or fertility though the leaves are often used in other rituals. A paste of bark and leaves can be used to stop excessive bleeding. The sap of the tree can be used for piles, pain, and lumbago. Chewing on the ariel root is a good astringent for cleaning the teeth. It’s also used for treatments for leukorrhea, female sterility & diabetes.

Key Themes

The divine rule of kings is represented here. The bureaucratic deep state has little pull here, True power is passed down and the head of state is appointed. Lineage becomes important, and life comes down to who you know. Authority here knows no bounds. They are charged with the task of rising above the mass mentality and discover their own unique creativity. Family pride, loyalty, lineage, respect for tradition and ceremony are all important to them; they honour the giants upon whose shoulders we stand. 

They are usually alpha personalities with a need for attention and a gift for getting it, while maintaining their dignity. On one hand they have this inner knowing of superiority, while on the other hand they might be filled with self doubt which must be corrected. Their sense of superiority can be founded on any legitimate or illegitimate reason: race, lineage, religion, neighbourhood, school, sports team. In the world of the mind anything can be used to serve a purpose. The various planets placed in Magha will also help lift a person up with whatever powers they have. Of course one must honour those who lift them up or they will be quickly taken down again. They do tend to obtain positions of elevated importance from which they can delegate authority. They like to have others serving under them. This often leads them to work in large corporations or government departments where they can relate to the world as one to the masses. They can be happy in any business as long as they are in a position of importance. They like to be part of organizations that have a long history, are well established and follow some kind of tradition. They seek to bring prestige into their life and their work. But without any boundaries to their ambition they will never be satisfied. They typically work in a variety of odd jobs; though they do like to have an important sounding title. Titles tend to mean a lot to them; though they may not feel any obligation to live up to titles or social expectations that often go  They can be suckers for a bit of flattery, and Magha men are easily seduced by women. 

They are likely to have a spiritual outlook of life and will take on paternal roles regardless of their gender. They make good priests, professors, lawyers, judges. They like roles that offer tenure or other protections against being expelled. They may belong to well established churches, communities, or private organizations that bring prestige. They like to work with fire and light and may be involved

They are empowered to leave the body at will. This could refer to astral travel trance, fainting or losing consciousness, or even leaving the flesh body at death. It should be noted that standing up too quickly can sometimes lead to light-headedness or even cause someone to pass out. Magha can experience similar problems when getting elevated too quickly in their life. If they are not prepared for it or do not honour the ones who raised them to their new found status then they will fall again. The permissiveness of this nakshatra relates it to Jupiter in the subtitles way; Jupiter also rules over the prajapatis. The root of the word magha relates with “might” and the very “to be able”. This nakshatra gives people the ability to do anything no matter how outlandish. 

Planetary Rulers of Magha

Ketu 

Headless, unbound, limitless, misty, mystical, dispersing, ambivalent, random, numb, odd, useless, eccentric, observing, witnessing, foggy, cloudy, abandoned, wandering, surrendered, empty, vacuous, scatter, nebulize defrock, dematerialize, disengaged, severed  Ghosts, refugees, aliens, saints, pilgrims, homeless, other worldly. Ketu provides a blank screen for others to project their desires upon them. 

Leo 

Central, sovereign, creative, intelligence, authenticity, brilliance, genius, power, productivity, confidence, vitality, vision, light, illumination, spot-light, insight, center stage, speculations, games of chance, drama, entitlement, certainty of purpose, ego-centricity, singular, the highest, brightest,  

Leo + Ketu 

odd intelligence, thinking outside of the box, boundless authority, abandoned productivity, headless games of chance, ghostly mystical light, a certainty of purpose that appears odd to others, mystical, attention seeking pilgrims, scattered, diffused light. They have the spotlight or the authority but actually they may not have anything to offer. 

Pada of Magha

Pada 1 (Leo + Ketu + Aries): 

As a result of even bad publicity their ego gets bigger. They will likely get some mysterious favour from authority and be treated like the good son and their behaviors may be excused as boys being boys. They are usually cruel, selfish, warlike people, good at deception but often ill with fever or some other attack of heat. 

Ascendant Pada 1: Henri Matisse (1), O.J. SImpson (1), Ted Bundy (1), Bergman (1), Mr T (1), Wilber Cohen (1), Freida Kahlo (1). Sun: Edward Norton (1), Gabriel Lippmann (1), Afghanistan (1), Bill Clinton (1), Napoleon Bonaparte (1), V.S. Naipaul (1), Elsie Ingis (1), Sri Aurobindo (1), Roman Polanski (1), Isil (1), Robert De Nero (1), Charles Bukowski (1), Edmond James Rothschild (1), Patrick Swayze (1), Afghanistan (1). Moon: Julia Roberts (1), Edward Smyth-Osbourn (1), Anne Frank (1), Tom Selleck (1), Don McLean (1), Sylvia Didlaivit (1),

Pada 2: (Leo + Ketu + Taurus): 

The moon gets extra power here since he becomes exalted in the navamsha. They are known to be long lived and very wealthy. They are typically quite strong, like a bull and have many children, possibly illegitimate, due to their strong fertility, They can also be especially fixed and stubborn in doing what they want. They might be some kind of family head or Kubrea figure taking care of the family wealth. 

Ascendant: Paul Gauguin (2), Ronnie Gale Dreyer (2), Mike Tyson (2). Sun: Shania Twain (2), Stephanie Charbonnier (2), Kenny Rogers (2), Denton Cooley (2), Martin Poolsland (2), Davy Crocket (2), Usain Bolt (2), Rajiv Gandhi (2). Moon: Yogananda Paramahansa (2), Henry Gustav Molaison (2), Nikita Khrushchev (2), Margaret Thatcher (2), Edward MacDuffee (2), Alexei Navalny (2)

Pada 3: (Leo + Ketu + Gemini):

They are chatty and flirty and can become the darlings of the media. They make friends quickly, they are usually very intelligent and have good communication. Gemini will influence their pride so they will like to maintain dignity with the media. Trump loved the media attention since it allowed him to get his message out. Now that he is being ignored by them his motivation seems to be waning. They are typically truthful though they might come to believe the stories about themselves. They often become experts in their field meeting with small groups of inventors or others with speculative potential. These small groups are a way for them to “hold court.”

Ascendant: Woody Allen (3), Carl Wernicke (2), Kate Martin (3), Trump (3). Sun: Sean Connery (3), Mother Teresa (3), Henry Everman Pirate (3), Jorge Paulo Lemann (3), Jesseca Baldwin (3), Alexander The Great (3), Stephen Wolfram (Mathematics (3)). Moon: Hinto Blanco (3), Eddie Vedder (3), Baghdad (3), Paul Gauguin (3), Rossano (3),

Pada 4: (Leo + Ketu + Cancer):

They become parental in theri rule. Expressing the hard masculine exterior while remaining ultimately carrying and sensitive at heart. They usually support the local and family gods, Brahmins, and mystics. They are ultimately sheltering and protective and will likely be land owners or homeowners with many “children” who are not their own. 

Ascendant: Howard Hughes (4), Paramahansa Yogananda (4), Justine Trudeau (4), Joslin West (4), Sharon Stone (4), King Henry VIII of England (4). Sun: Robertson Davies (4), Ingrid Bergman (4), Mighael Jackson (4), Duane Gadd (4), Paul Bernardo (4), Clair Buere (4), Allan Pinkerton (4). Moon: WWI (4), Jennifer MacDonald (4), Thomas Sowell (4).

Planets in Magha

Ascendant 

The ascendant has a lot to do with our physical characteristics and the physical reality of our existence. This tends to make these people broad shouldered, strong and courageous. They will have the look of a lion. Beautiful hair flaring out into a mane. They are often able to make some profit or advance toward their goals by leading small groups or working with larger groups.  

Yogananda Paramahansa’s Astrology Chart

Paramahansa Yogananda, with Ascendant & Moon in Magha, was one of the great royal father figures who was much like a pope to millions of people around the world. He was well known to go into trances while he practiced asana and  meditation. He founded Kriya Yoga, a style of yoga based on purification of the body, mind and senses. He took Maha Samadhi in the Rahu Ketu period. Rahu was in Ashwini, which is ruled by his 3rd house Ketu, allowing him to fully and willfully detach from his fresh body. His detachment from the self is given more power with the 12th lord moon in ascendant. Rahu’s aspect on the ascendant allowed him to believe he was a chosen one on the spiritual path. Rahu also strengthened his connection with the paternal lineage, spirituality, philosophy, and the global world. His ascendant lord Sun in the 5th house Sagittarius both increased the paternal loving glow that shines from him and the intelligence. 

Mike Tyson’s Astrology Chart

Mike Tyson also has Magha ascendant, but he commands a very different kind of respect. His ascendant lord goes into Ardra nakshatra, making him the king of the jungle. His Yoga Karaka Mars also aspects his ascendant, making him more physical and aggressive. In any case, his Sun goes into the 11th house and is conjunct Jupter. He made a lot of profit knocking people out. He has also had his bell rung more than a few times. 

Jean Claud van Damme starred in the movie Lion Heart.  He has had an interesting rise and fall. As soon as he got too cocky and his ego became too big then everyone immediately lost interest in him. This is one of the dangers of Magha nakshatra: you can do anything you want and your spirit guides will lift you up, but if you fail to honour those who lifted you then you will fall. 

Henri Matisse (1), O.J. SImpson (1), Jean Claud Van Damme (1), Ted Bundy (1), Bergman (1), Mr T (1), Wilber Cohen (1), Freida Kahlo (1), Paul Gauguin (2), Ronnie Gale Dreyer (2), Mike Tyson (2), Woody Allen (3), Kate Martin (3), Trump (3), Howard Hughes (4), Paramahansa Yogananda (4), Justine Trudeau (4), Joslin West (4), Sharon Stone (4), King Henry VIII of England (4), 

[Many charts have not been confirmed so ascendant and even moon placements may not be correct. Use your own judgement. Should Woody Allen’s name be beside Mike Tyson? Does Allen have enough “boss-man” energy to be on this list? Does this suggest some rectification needs to be done? Wilber Cohen also seems more like an Uttara Phalguni Virgo guy to me? Let me know what you find.]

Sun in Magha 

The Sun displays his magnificence for all to see. They are brilliant, dignified and original thinkers. But the Sun is hot and cruel so these traits will also come out when he is strong. This will not be the ball of fire we get when he is in Ashwini, but their confidence will be high and they will have no problem speaking their mind, sharing their ideas, putting themselves forward, taking speculative risks or taking the spot-light. In short, they will be little kings, bright red flames that get all the attention. They like their independence, and despite being a Ketu nakshatra, they (especially men) like to have a fairly traditional relationship with someone who will serve them to some degree. If their partner is not willing to do that there could be problems. In one way or another everyone they come in contact with will have to serve them in some way. They are ambitious and looking to win; and ultimately everybody wants to back the winner. Of course whether or not they actually win depends on other alignments in the chart as well as the transits and the oppositions chart. And there usually is some kind of opposition. They typically see life as between the one, themselves, and the masses. Some people will, however, take this opportunity to serve the masses in some way (Magha is a Shudra nakshatra), but, with poor aspects or placement  they might feel be confused in thinking that others are there to serve the little royal one; since they may be a king or a queen. They will find their one-on-one time through their hobbies which they typically like to do with a partner. One of theri special leadership traits is an ability to come to agreement on what should be done; where efforts should be directed. This Sun does very well with an aspect from Jupiter or the full Moon and is well placed in the chart. Mars’ influence on the Sun here can bring too much heat and heart problems. 

This position also loosens their physical connection with the father figure. The father might be there, but be detached in some way. Powerfully confident and proud. 

Gabriel Lippmann’s Astrology Chart

Gabriel Lippmann won the Nobel prize in physics for his method of reproducing colours photographically by using an “interference.” Lippmann also had Venus and Mercury in Uttara Phalguni which are related to interference. The invented the Lippmann electrometer, a very sensitive machine for measuring the tinies traces of electricity. This was soon converted into an ECG machine for measuring cardiac rhythm. He also predicted the piezoelectric effect; the idea that an electrical charge can be created from mechanical stress. It’s believed that electricity could one day be generated by people walking on the floor of a train station or dancing on a dance floor. This is also used in the “pick-up” of an electric guitar and many medical imaging devices also use this. It’s often used as a kind of jump start. He also started something he called integral photography where he set up different lenses so that when the person looked at the picture it would change due to the viewing angle. 

Edward Norton (1), Gabriel Lippmann (1), Afghanistan (1), Bill Clinton (1), Napoleon Bonaparte (1), V.S. Naipaul (1), Elsie Ingis (Surgeon & woman’s health (1)), Sri Aurobindo (1), Roman Polanski (1), Isil (1), Robert De Nero (1), Charles Bukowski (1), Edmond James Rothschild (1), Patrick Swayze (1), Shania Twain (2), Stephanie Charbonnier (2), Kenny Rogers (2), Denton Cooley (heart, cardiac surgeon (2)), Martin Poolsland (2), Davy Crocket (2), Usain Bolt (2), Rajiv Gandhi (2), Sean Connery (3), Mother Teresa (3), Henry Everyman Pirate (3), Jorge Paulo Lemann (3), Jesseca Baldwin (3), Alexander the Great (3), Stephen Wolfram (Mathematics (3)), Robertson Davies (4), Ingrid Bergman (4), Mighael Jackson (4), Duane Gadd (4), Paul Bernardo (4), Clair Buere (4), Allan Pinkerton (4),    

Moon in Magha 

They are the centre of attention merely because that is what god and/or guru put them here to do.With such a mandate they will say or do what they want, when they want, and without worrying about what others will think. They always find a way to stand out, with their style, their mannerisms, what they do, what they say. These are the really unique Leo’s; people will not be as quick to follow their style as the will to follow the style of the Purva Pahlgunis. And because they are so unique, they are often misunderstood and solitary. The “Rahu other” that guides them is typically a father figure. It may be their own father, or it may be a guru or mentor or spirit being (someone who is not around, but is nonetheless a guiding figure.  

Magha folk have a way of getting into people’s imagination. They kindle that fire that allows people to leave their body and experience the world as spirit, as magic, and miracle. But this is more than imagination at work for Leo challenges the imagination; they often have an unintended side effect of making people think. They are out of the box thinkers and their odd ways make others think as well. 

They are emotionally detached  from the effects their actions have on others. This gives them a lot of freedom to do or say anything, which can be at least interesting, but it can also cause problems. In relationships they might make life altering decisions without talking to their partner, and they might not even really care what their partner thinks. Usually they cut and run when they are no longer getting all the attention. They are also prone to making enemies. Usually it’s merely jealousy, but it can come to fatal consequences as was the case of Rossano and the mafia. 

Magha’s usually do a lot of different jobs over their lifetime. I would say they just float around, but it might be more like popping up here and there. Always in the centre of things. They might walk in and be the new boss tomorrow, while all the loyal, hard working employees shake their head in disbelief. Their knowledge and studies can also be broad and go into unexpected topics. Fire, light, refraction, illusion and magic 

They tend to feel like there is a divine plan whether good or bad is flowing from their actions; they remain ever proud and arrogant; poised and dignified. Loss of dignity and pride is probably the worst thing that can happen to them, but they also don’t like to be ignored. Drinking can be especially problematic of Magha’s partly because the opportunity to lose our dignity goes up when we drink, but also because Magha people are already prone to leaving their body so blacking out may be more common for them. Besides, they can already be prone to the all or nothing philosophy. Many Magha folks are involved with gambling and casinos and I suspect they like daredevils who risk everything. And they don’t even mind so much if they lose, after all, it’s God’s plan either way. 

At some point in their life they will feel the call to do the honourable thing.  They may go back and seek out their lineage if it was lost to them. They do best on a clean and sober spiritual path that allows them to heed the call. Their vision is without limits, anything is possible. This can also make them seem a little wandery and detached. They certainly won’t be doing what everyone else is doing. They are happy to do their own thing. And since others will usually not understand what it is that makes these Magha folks tick, they will invent their own stories about them. Maghas can be a little bit of a blank screen for others to project their ideas upon. They problem is that they are usually blamed for those projections later. This can be another hurdle in durable romantic relationships. Very often a Magha native will choose celibacy over the drama of relationships. 

Julia Roberts (1), Edward Smyth-Osbourn (1), Anne Frank (1), Tom Selleck (1), Don McLean (1), Sylvia Didlaivit (1), Rudy Guliani (1), Paramahansa Yogananda (2), Henry Gustav Molaison (2), Nikita Khrushchev (heart attack (2), Margaret Thatcher (stroke (2), Edward MacDuffee (2), Alexei Navalny (2), Hinto Blanco (3), Eddie Vedder (3), Baghdad (3), Paul Gauguin (3), Rossano (3), Wilber Cohen (4), WWI (4), Jennifer MacDonald (4), Thomas Sowell (4), 

Paul Gauguin – Study of a Lion

Mars in Magha 

They have a lot of fire or spark in their eyes. They may be the type to go all in, all or nothing. They may have pride in coming from a lineage of warriors. Many of them serve in the military at some point of their lives. They likely know how to handle fire, weapons and guns, but also light diffusers, reflectors, refractors. They are able to make a great spectacle with fire. Guy Fox is certainly a fine example of this as bonfires and fireworks are still used to celebrate his failed insurrection. Their ancestors come to them in the form of competitors, warriors, men, engineers, and people working with fire and steel. Your job is to honour them. Women with this placement will be well protected by the men in their life. Leaders with Mars in Magha will be beloved by their military if they honour them. And one must treat their competitors with respect and honour; they only come to give you the stage and lift you up. And it often doesn’t matter if you win or lose; the honour and dignity you offer to the competition is the test.

Sun – Ketu : Laser Eye Surgery

Aggressive and penetrating rays of light attested to by the founder of Lasik, Lucy London has a Master in Lighting Design and she’s also a water colour painter. Guy Fawkes had planned to blow up parliament and is celebrated annually with huge bonfires in the street and fireworks. We can only imagine the kinds of light show exhibited by the kings and leaders of massive field armies. Turner’s paintings are also filled with light as well as rays of light. 

Gambling: Rand Paul supports deregulation in casinos and gambling, Donald Trump is owner of a Casino empire. Caitlyn Jenner said that she loves Vegas, but not for the gambling, but rather because of the style and glamour of the city.  Johnny Depp played in Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas. Kevin Spacey also starred in Casino Jack. Ben Affleck has struggled with gambling addiction most of his life. 

Teah Field once described herself as being a descendant of tribal viking warrior princesses. She was a big girl with rippling muscles, wide shoulders and big hands. She’s bright, she shines everywhere, goes. She has Venus in her ascendant so she’s also stylish and beautiful. Really unique, one of a kind person. A master of Rolfing massage who travels the world taking care of her clients. Rolfing, I should point out, is a fairly physically painful and psychologically intense deep tissue massage. She is also trained in acupuncture.   

Henry Ford was able to harness the spark to create the combustion engine.. Lucy London is a lighting specialist and water colour painter. Ionannis Pallikaris founded LASIK laser eye surgery. 

Dostoyevski (1), King Quin Shi Huang (1), King Francis I France (1), Rand Paul (1), Ulysses S. Grant (1), Margaret Mitchell (1), J.M.W Turner (cholera(2), Hugh Dillan (2), Virginie Tous (2), Trump (2), Mayer Amschel Rothschild (2), Eckhart Tolle (2), Wild Bill Hickok (2), Henry Ford I (2), Teah Field (2), Israel Independence (2), Johnny Depp (3), Lucy London (3), Jesseca Baldwin (3), Caitlyn Jenner (3), Princess Diana (3), Ben Affleck (3), Guy Fawkes (3), Willie Nelson (3), WWI (3), Martin Heidegger (3), Ivenka Trump (4), Pierre Trudeau (4), Ruth Bader Ginsburg (4), Madame Helena Blavatsky (4), Alison Victoria (4), John Graham Burge (4), Kevin Spacey (4), 

J.K. Rowling

Mercury in Magha

J.K. Rowling wrote about magic in Harry Potter. Tom Robbins also wrote about myth and magic; assorted obb-ball characters. Some people suggest that Neil Armstrong wrote a similar myth about going to the moon. Curiously, after 50 years of technological advancement we have not been able to repeat this feat. D.H. Lawrence even spent some time on the forbidden list for his steam romances. Madonna & Michael Jackson shared a similar kind of unique stardom in the age of bright lights and MTV. They both created whole fairy tale worlds with themselves at the centre,  They might have gestures of nobility. 

Michael Jackson’s Astrology Chart

Michael Jackson: “I’m Peter Pan. He represents youth, childhood, never growing up, magic, flying. ” “Magic is easy if you put your heart into it.” “The magic the wonder, they mystery and the innocence of a child’s heart are the seeds of creativity that will heal the world.” “Being on stage is magic. there’s nothing like it. You feel the energy of everyone who’s out there. You feel it all over your body. When the lights hit you, it’s all over. I swear it is. ” (Michael Jackson)

Alison Victoria (1), V.S. Naipaul (1), Benjamin de Rothschild (1), Stephanie Charbonnier (1), Michael Jackson (1), Jean Piaget (1), Ben English (1), WWII (1), Johann von Goethe (2), Sandra Bullock (2), Augustus Rey (2), J.K. Rowling (2), Peter Sellers (2), Donna Holliday (2), Tom Robbins (2), Martin Poolsland (3), Neil Armstrong (3), Peter Jennings (3), Patsy Cline (3), Clair Bruere (3), Sharvangi Varanasi (3), Taras (3), Tom Thompson (3), Jesse James (3), D.H. Lawrence (4), Sara Aldrete (killer/smuggler (4)), Jesseca Baldwin (4), Madonna (4), Andy Hug (4), Bashar Al-Assad (4), Hiroshima (4), Adam Engineer (4), Emperor Wu of Han (4), Harry Prince of Wale (4), Robert Hook (4)

Jupiter in Magha 

As long as they show their respect to their guru their power will expand, their productivity will increase. The list is small but there are a handful of professors and a few others with strong ties to a guru figure. This Jupiter allows these people great eccentricity in their beliefs. They are quite capable of gaining professorship or priestly-type duties regardless of experience or suitability for the role. Their bellies are likely to seem strange to others, maybe not so strange in and of themselves, but one might be surprised that you hold them. Somehow they do not match their personality. Though on the other hand they are likely to be natural at many things. They are given wisdom and advice by their ancestors. Since Magha is Ketu owned, the space between the world and the next becomes thin and there might be frequent crossings between the ancient past and the present. They are capable of gaining wisdom merely by honouring their ancestors. In India I think about all of these sample altars in homes and businesses with pictures of their fathers. Those people with the Moon or Jupiter in Magha will be raised to the high chair by ancestral blessing. Jupiter is the one who gives permission. This is partly why he rules the husband in a wife’s chart. Women with this placement are certainly recommended to honour their husbands at all times; as well as their children. Both genders with this placement should honour children generally. They must also honour those who give permission generally. This means no trespassing, not overstepping your authority, asking parents permission for marriage. The few people I know personally with this position give great honour tot their gurus whether they are dead or alive. One man’s very old guru recently died in his arms. Both are practically penniless living a simple life dedicated to music, shiva and a bit of wine. Jupiter in Ketu has no boundaries to righteousness, there’s no rule book or explicit guide to how the righteous are supposed to act. Jupiter in Magha is a nice placement for spirituality, higher forms of faith, and dedication to guru. From this path they can gain a lot of respect. 

Bonnie Franklin (1), Tom Robbins (1), Adam Engineer (1), Denton Cooley (2), Daniel Bellard (2), Keith Richards (2), Charles Bukowski (2), Henry Everyman Pirate (2), Gavin Newsom (2), King Henry V of England (may have died from severe heat stroke (3)), Tom Hanks (3), Teah Field (3), Virginie Tous (3), V.S. Naipaul (3), Julia Roberts (3), Mikhail Bakunin (4), Chelsea (4), Rajiv Gandhi (4), Cynthia Breazeal (robotics (4)), 

Venus in Magha 

They love regality and bright pageants, Agreeable bright, blinding visions, and nice lights. Venus can be very enchanting in Magha, women with this placement can have a regal and ghostly beauty like a young princess, she may attract a lot of jealousy, but she must remain gracious and dignified with her sister and the women in her life; she much honour the codes of ladies. They can become very successful working with women or with women’s products. Anything she does to uplift them with uplift herself. She must be careful not to get into beauty competitions with the other women; hje beauty is a divine gift and her style is uniquely her. There really is no competition to be had. Man with this position must act honourably with women in their lives and women will in turn lift him up. They might have a very close relationship with a sister, or some other women in his life. He can never act dishonourably in the face of any agreement or he will suffer. If he treats his wife like a queen, she will lift him up like a king. 

Venus in Magha women can be very independent. They typically have strong pride and have other women in their life with a similar strength of independence. That’s how they shine their beauty. They can sometimes be a little ambivalent about whose attention they attract with their feminine charms. Venus rules over our valuables, the things we collect, and harmonize with, our possessions; but like Mohini, she also possesses us. As I write this I am looking at a chart that has Sun & Venus in Magha with Mercury also in Leo in her 5th house. This kind of combination puts me in mind of the three jews that the Buddhists speak about: the Buddha, the Dharma & the Sangha. Of course she also has Jupiter and 9th lordship taking a mystical turn so the three jewels allow her to surrender to the abyss. 

Pamala Anderson with her little girl’s heart.

Pamala Anderson’s name stands out here with this Venus in the 4th house aspected by Rahu. She is perhaps most famous for her breasts: big, beautifully enhanced, standing out and taking centre stage; and appreciated by all in the 4th house. Candy Barr also had Venus Magha in 4th so it may be fair to say that women with Venus in 4th house Magha will have nice breasts which they will not be afraid to show off, perhaps even adding some glitter in this day and age to attract attention. It’s likely the aspect by Rahu that brings on surgical enhancements.  

Jean Piaget (1), Sylvia Didlaivit (1), Pamala Anderson (1), Joshua Jones (1), Andy Warhol (1), Jean Piage (1), BV Raman (1), Ojous Bhavsar (1), Charlotte Little (1), William Faulkner (2), James Norman Mattis (2), Moon Unit Zappa (2), Jorge Paulo Lemann (2), Lucy London (2), Ivan Pavlov (2), Candy Barr, (2), Sanjay Tripathi (3), Dava Caldwell (3), Pranaal Baba (3), Ingrid Bergman (3), Kate Winslet (3), Cheech Martin (3), Sri Aurobindo (3), Jesseca Baldwin (3), Martin Heidegger (3), John Archibald Wheeler (3), Phineas P. Gage (survived metal spike thru his head (3)), Elsie Ingis (3), Augustus Rey (3), Isil (4), Alexander the Great (4), Gavin Newsom (4), Charles Bukowski (4), Alison Victoria (4), Ben English (4), John Locke (4), John Lennon (4), Winston Churchill (4), Jean Beliveau (4), Angela Merkel (4), Marcel Proust (4), Kate Walsh (4), 

Saturn in Magha

In the first pada, Saturn is in his debilitated navamsha. This can give a position working for the masses, in public service, government service, labour organizations, with homeless people, elders, all kinds of Saturn characters. They become king of the servants, 

They are often called upon to keep themselves and their personal uniqueness in check to a certain degree in order to please the masses. Likewise their job might entail a kind of indoctrination that checks people’s individuality. Such is the case when one is in service to her majesty the queen. They can be harsh cruel disciplinarians; cold and hard strict moralists; often hypocritical. 

B.K.S. Iyengar’s Astrology Chart.

B.K.S. Iyengar: His book “the light on yoga is one of the most famous yoga manuals. “Yoga is the light, which, once lit will never dim. The better you practice the brighter the flame.” “The mind is king of the senses, but the breath is king of the mind.” “The hardness of a diamond is part of its usefulness, but the true value is in the light that shines through it.” “Yoga is about the will, working with intelligence and self-reflexive consciousness. It can free un from the inevitability of the wavering mind and outwardly directed senses.”

Shakiyamaan (1), Donna Holliday (1), David Ivad (1), Jackie Robertson (1), United Kingdom (1), Wesley Switzer (2), Billy Graham (2), James Clerk Maxwell (2), Ajay Mishra (Bank Manager (2)), Abhishek Chakraboty (2), Margaret Trudeau (2), Trump Jr. (2), Martin Heidegger (2), B.K.S. Iyengar (2), Sylvia Didlaivit (2), Emmanuel Macron (3), Thomas Jefferson (3), Meryl Streep (3), Jeremy Corbyn (3), Niki Lauda (3), Rick Levine (3), Rabindranath Tagore (4), Sienna West (4), Madame Helena Blavatsky (4), Mayer Amschel Rothschild (4), Ron DeSantis (4), George Foreman (4), Jalaharlal Nehru (4), Lydia Shire (executive chef (4)), Ravi Shankar (4),  

Rahu in Magha

Ego thinks he’s the king. Self expression may not seem authentic. 

Gambling: John Gottselig was a regular gambler at the horse races. Woody Harrelspn would reportedly bet on almost anything. Woody’s father was also a notorious gambler. Ralph Klein was also a notorious gambler, They can be really sure of themselves even when things are really uncertain.  Take care of the outcasts and they will raise you up to the throne. 

Barron Trump (1), George Bush Sr (1), Bobby Fischer (1), John Gottselig (construction & race horses (1)), Madame Helena Blavatsky (1), Thomas More (1), Pierre Ramond (1), Ivan Scriven (1), Semi Joseph Begun (1), James Clerk Maxwell (1), Dr Howard Eugene Wasdin (1), Judias Welty (1), Boy George O’Dowd (2), Margot Mexico (2), Woody Herralson (2), Teresa de Avila Bureaucratic  (2), Virginie Tous (2), Teah Field (2), Confucius (2), Barack Obama (2), Princess Diana (2), Larry Flynt (3), Elizabeth I Queen of England (3), Ralph Klein (3), Jean Paul Sartre (3), Elie Anuttara (3), Joe Biden (3), Allysa Koch (3), Johnny Gottselig (Sports player & coach (3)), Harrison Ford (4), Bennett Cerf (4), J.M.W Turner (4), Ivan Pavlov (4), Amitabh Bachhan (4),  Harrison Ford (4), Manhattan (4), Andre-Marie Ampere (4),  

Ketu in Magha 

Ketu in the 2nd house of Magha can give cataracts, if it’s influenced by Mars there is a good chance of surgery. 

Ulysses S. Grant (1), Derren Brown (1), Ted Cruz (1), Larry King (1), Nancy Nares (1),  Mr T (1), George Strait (1), Arthur Conan Doyle (1), Jean Piaget (1), Claud Monet (1), Fran Prashant (1), Afghanistan (2), Steven Segal (2), Reverend Jerry Falwell (2), Sydney Biddle Barrow (Stripper (2)), Swami Sachinanda Sarawati (2), Alan Watts (2), Afghanistan (2), Roman Polanski (2), Liya Varanasi (2), Larry Elder (2), Sienna West (2), Daven (3), Candace Owens (3), Harvey Weinstein (3), Stanislawa Leszczynska (3), Tom Thonpson (3), Joyce Terret (3),  Dostoyevski (3), Akbar the Great (3), Shawna Wasmer Jones (3), Meredith Black (4), Herman Hess (4), Daria Sivcode (4), Peaches Geldolf (4), Alena Narmada (4), Woo (4), Brittany Dahl (4), Alexander The Great (4), Willie Nelson (4), Terry MacKinnell (4), Hinton Blanco (4), Captain James Cook (4), Joan Collins (4),

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