19. Mula Nakshatra

19. Mula 

“Om mani padre hum” – 

“Hail to the jewel in the centre of the lotus.”

(00º 00’ Sagittarius – 13º 20’ Sagittarius.) 

UpsilonScorpii (Lesath = Al Las’ah = the Stinger), 9. Lambda-Scorpii (Shaula) 

Ruled by Ketu

The root star, origin star, foundation star. 

Power to ruin, destroy, scatter things.

Meaning: The root, the centre, the source, the innermost core.

Main symbols: A tied bunch of roots, Elephant Goad, A Lions Tail, Swastica.

Main deities: Niritti – Kali – Alaxmi.

Western deities: Hecate, Pandora, Urania

Secondary deity: Ravana had his ascendant lord, Sun, in Mula.

Tree – Incense: Black Dammar, Salai.

Body parts: Feet & Left side of trunk.

Sexual – creative animal: Male Dog.

Mula rules over medicines, physicians, leaders of groups, those who deal in flowers, roots and fruits, seeds, exceedingly wealthy persons and those who live only on fruits and roots, old servant, a peddler of seeds, physician administering herbal remedies (especially related to seeds).

Qualities of Mula

Trimurti: Brahma/Creation

Gotra/Clan: Sage Pulastya

Gana/Tribe: Rakshasa

Varna/Caste: Butcher

Motivation/Goal: Kama

Nature: Hard/Sharp/Dreadful

Activity: Active

Place: Horse Stable

Guna: Tamasic

Element: Air

Dosha: Vata

Sex/Gender: Male

Downward Facing

Direction: North

Colour: Brownish Yellow

Animal: Male Dog

Brahma / Creative energy: A creative energy that brings something new to take root. 

Sage Palasthya: He lived alone in a small hut in the top of the Himalayas and spent his days watching everything and everyone in the lands below him. He lived as simply and peacefully as could be. But ever day these little girls would come up and play and make noise while he was making meditation. When he realised it was just little girls, he decided to curse the forest and warn the locals that any little girl who came to his mountain would get pregnant.  The threat and the curse worked until one day a hermits daughter, knowing nothing about anything, came frolicking through the forest singing with delightful abandon. But ignorance is no excuse and she found herself knocked up by this strange curse. When she explained it to her father, he took her back to the forest, found the sage and demanded that he marry her. The sage was happy to do so and they soon had three children together: one son named Vishrava, and two very famous children named Kubera & Ravana. Ravana gained great knowledge and became king of the Rakshasas. Agastya, Kinnaras and all the Rakshasa are said to be his descendants.

Sage Palasthya went on to author the Vishnu Purana detailing the fundamental concepts of jyotisha and mythology. Brahma told him the stories first and he passed them down to Sage Parashara. He taught the Mangalya sthavam prayer to favour the completion of any jobs in proper fashion and without hindrance. He also taught the proper way of doing Vedic ritual: Take bath, do sandhya vandanam, sprinkle water over the homa articles and the house, do achamana and start the Vedic rituals.

Note: sandhya vandanam is a small ritual done at sunrise, noon and sunset. The sunrise time for this is from 48 minutes before sunrise to 24 minutes after sunrise. The noon sandhya is from 24 minutes before the sun peaks to 24 minutes after. Sunset Sandhya starts 24 minutes before sunset until 48 minutes after. Achamana are the purification rituals, nyasas and various preparatory rituals that will be different for different gods and lineages.

Kama: They are motivated to fulfil their hopes & desires; to enjoy life and love, making friends and social connections, and to indulge in the pleasures of life. Planets that have some natural social talent will do well here while the others will show their awkwardness for easy enjoyment.

Rakshasa: The clan of the Rakshasa are here to enjoy life, Their guru is shukracharya teaching balance, harmony, equality, value, appreciation and enjoyment. They are less concerned with doing what’s right than with doing what feels good. 

Butcher: The butcher is an outcaste caste, or a caste within a caste. Even the nice orthodox brahmin boy who becomes a doctor falls into this butcher caste. Working with the body, getting blood on their hands, killing things or working with dead things, cutting, destruction jobs. 

Tikshna / Daruna – Sharp / Hard: As astrologers it’s our duty to sensationalise the dreadfulness of this nakshatra so we say it’s good for maiming, killing, aggression, torture, cruelty, killing, punishment, tearing things apart, getting stabbed in the back, performing illegal activities, acts of war, genocide, elimination campaigns, ferocious acts and  bitter, cold-blooded manipulation. Yogis can turn this energy on their own bad habits, false egos, misguided beliefs and imperfections. Black magic comes from this energy; lack of concern for consequences can make Mula natives especially dangerous; This hard energy can come between their relationships bringing especially difficult heart breaks, abandonment of family and children. Chemotherapy is brutal destructive but life saving initiating a difficult divorce. Mula natives are hard and sharp, tough as nails, they’re seen, experienced and perpetrated it all; nothing surprises them. Ardra, Ashlesha, Jyeshta, Moola are all hard people with potentially sharp tongues. They often find themselves in tight places where they have to make really difficult choices involving life or death. Mars and Saturn combining energy in one of these nakshatras can be very dangerous in transit as well as in someones native chart.

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. Tamasic energy is the most gross, dense, unsubtle energy like a clod of inorganic earth. 

Air: changeable, subtle, cold, pervasive, movable, & clear. It cooperates with fire, is impeded by earth. Air and water don’t cooperate with each other, but they are not active enemies. 

Vata: Vata = Air + Ether. It’s cold, dry, light, moving, subtle, clear, hard, pervasive, and rough. Natives can be flighty, spiritual, thin. Vata is disturbed by bitter (Mars), astringent (Saturn), pungent (Sun) & pacified by sweet (Jupiter) & sour (Venus).

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-stead-wins-the-race” mantra

Neuter: Neither (or both) male nor (and) female, active nor (and) passive. They can shape shift, appear as either, both or neither. Marriage between two neuter nakshatra natives is said to be very auspicious, but there will be trouble if they are with either male of female nakshatra natives, though they can play which ever role is assigned to them by their partner. We can also consider this in relation to planets in the nakshatra which suggest that Saturn, Mercury (and perhaps Rahu & Ketu might do well here). 

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.

North: 

Horse Stables: If you’ve ever looked down the hall of a busy horse stable you will see a bunch of disembodied horse heads reminding us of Rahu & Ketu. Ketu being the spiritual side of life that we cannot see and Dhanus.

Male Dog (pairs with female dog of Ardra)

The female goes into heat 1 – 3 times per year beginning when she is about 6 months old (though this varies considerably by breed). In the proestrus stage, estrogen floods her body, her vulva swells and she releases a bloody vaginal discharge. She becomes increasingly restless, she plays “bow and show” submissive behaviour toward males. As ovulation approaches, urination will increase along with licking the vulva; males will become even more attracted to her. She will stand to be sniffed by them but will crouch and growl if they try to mount her. As she moves to the estrus stage, courtship and mate selection will begin. It’s believed that she will be involved in some kind of selective process, but if there are no other males around she will take any that are offered to her. She typically selects a male from her pack or one she has known. However, during her first heat she will not let other pups from her litter sniff, lick or mount her unless he persists for more than 30 minutes. She won’t let unfamiliar males mount her. Typically a dominant female will mate with a dominant male, and the submissive ones will mate amongst themselves.

Pre-mating behaviours include seeking out males, barking & howling, restlessness and wandering off. By the time oestrus begins she will have as many as eight males following her. Less time will be spent eating as she will be busy sniffing the male urine. If the males don’t seem interested she will eventually begin to rub up against them and eventually lift her tail and present her vulva to him, which typically gets their attention. While the male mounts, she will stand quietly with her tail to the side. Once the sperm is deposited she will try to get away from “the tie” by pulling or throwing the male off balance, twisting and turning and even rolling over (possibly due to clitoral stimulation). Excessive salivation is also common. If “the tie” doesn’t work she can get very sexually aggressive with the male. She may want to mate once or twice a day for 2 – 5 days. Since she can have multiple litters each year she is often either pregnant or caring for pups.

Relationship Compatibility: Most compatible with Revati, Moola, Purva Ashadha. Least comparable with Punarvasu.

Trees of Mula

Saal or Black Drammer / Frankincense / Radish

Frankincense 

Scientific names are Boswellia serrata or Olibanum Indicum; in Hindi it’s called Salai and in Sanskrit it’s Guggula. The resin is commonly used for incense in religious ceremonies. This is consistent for all the major religions including Christians, Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists.

It’s considered ​analgesic & anti-inflammatory and is used medicinally for treatments of cholesterol, thyroid problems, painful menstruation, obesity, to reduce the pain of joints, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bronchial asthma, and colitis, relief in cancer, cure infected wounds, digestive problems and bronchial complaints, colitis and haemorrhoids.

Chemical contents: Boswellic acid, aliphatic tetrols, pentacyclic triterpene acids,  phenylpropanoids, Beta-boswellic acid, lignans, and terpenes

Pippali or Piper longum L. from the Piperaceae (Pepper) family

Pippalī is without a doubt the most celebrated and widely used pungent remedy in Āyurveda, used as a simple home remedy in the treatment of disorders such as fevers, headache, dyspepsia, coryza and bronchitis, and also as an important rasāyana dravya.

“Pippalī is febrifuge, aphrodisiac, unctuous, hot (uṣṇa), pungent and bitter. It stimulates the digestion and is indicated for disease due to vāta and/or kapha-doṣa. It cures asthma, cough and tuberculosis.” Treatment of worms, mucous discharges, Intoxication and deranged Vāyu

Radish: 

Auspicious Activities: 

A sharp asterism belonging to the butcher caste and favourable for punishment, torture, imprisonment, exorcism, mesmerism and separation or union when containing the Moon.  Helps in besieging cities, taking towns, driving men from their places, destruction of seamen and captives. It’s a good placement for making parks and planting gardens, starting a war, breaking treaties and agreements, digging wells, tanks, or ponds, any kind of agricultural work.

With Moon transiting Mula, purchase cattle or hunt, but do not marry. Do not make loans when moon in in moola, you will not be paid back or some other problems will be created. 

According to the Natyashastra 2.42-43, the ceremony of “laying the foundation of the theatre should be performed during the auspicious muhurta of a good tithi under the asterism Mula.” Again, according to the Natyashastra 3.14-15, “the master of the dramatic art should perform rangapuja after offering puja to the Indra’s staff.”“After proceeding thus according to rules and staying in the playhouse for the night, he should begin puja as soon as it is morning. This pūjā connected with the stage should take place under the asterism Ardra, Magha, Yamya, Parvaphalguni, Purvasadha, Purvabhadrapada, Ashlesa or Mula”

Special Considerations

  • Mula is a Ganda-Moola nakshatra It sits on a junction point of fire and water. It’s inauspicious. One’s own health might suffer, there can be loss of or disability to a family member. A special ceremony is recommended every month when the moon transits one’s natal Moon in these nakshatra. The first two pada can be hard on father and mother respectively. A person born in the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th quarter of Moola Nakshatra becomes the destroyer (cause of death) of his/her father-in-law.
  • Jupiter is mooltrikona for the first 10ºs of Sagittarius. 
  • Brihat Samhita says that when Saturn transits Mula, the people of Kasi, Kosala and Pancala, fruits, herbs and warriors come to grief.
  • Avani Mulaa (Earth Festival): Celebrated for 18 day in late August – early September. Mostly celebrated in Tamil culture with the main festival centred around the Madurai Meenakshi Temple. Indra got in a huff about the King of Madurai and caused the river to dry up and created a drought. When a storm came and the flash flood treated to pass through, the king ordered every citizen to help construct a dam to retain the water. But one small part of the dam didn’t get finished because the old lady assigned to it was too busy cooking and caring for the other labourers. The god Sundara, who was one of the labourers the old lady was feeding, saved the day by plugging the gap with a handful of earth. Lord Sundara has a statue in Madurai: he’s holding a golden basket and a golden spade. Seen more about “Avani” symbolism section. 

Most bad affected areas of Moola Nakshastra (from Astro camp)

1. 00.00.00 – 00.53.20 = Death of the father
2. 00.53.20 – 01.46.40 = Death to brother
3. 01.46.40 – 02.40.00 = Death of brother in-Law
4. 02.40.00 – 03.33.20 = Death of paternal Grand Father
5. 03.33.20 – 04.26.40 = Death of Mother
6. 04.26.40 – 05.20.00 = Death of Mother’s sister
7. 05.20.00 – 06.13.20 = Death of Mother’s brother
8. 06.13.20 – 07.06.40 = Death of the Paternal Aunty
9. 07.46.40 – 08.00.00 = Everything and everyone is against to the native
10. 08.00.00 – 08.53.20 = Bad for the Pets and Cattle
11. 08.53.20 – 09.46.40 = Danger to Servants
12. 09.46.40 – 10.40.00 = End of Life
13. 10.40.00 – 11.33.20 = Death of eldest brother
14. 11.33.20 – 12.26.40 = Death of eldest Sister
15. 12.26.40 – 13.20.00 = Death of Maternal Grand Father

Exposition

  • Sometimes these nakshatra’s relating with Rahu and Ketu can be hard to see, it can be easier to look at them in comparison to other nakshatras. Really, if we think about it, Rahu and Ketu, do not have independent existence. They only exist in relation to the sun, the moon and the earth. They often say that Moola is related with research, but I find very few researchers with Moola placements. If we look across from Mula we find Mrigasirsha and Punarvasu. These nakshatra’s relate with research, seeking, and punarvasu is very goal directed. Neither are very rooted: Mrigrasirsha is a bit wandery whereas Punarvasu usually has someplace to be. The research that takes place in Gemini is fairly superficial, just a gathering of facts and information. Mula is the point of the research; it’s the idea or ideology, the bigger picture that gives meaning to the details. This is why mula natives are known to be so ruthless, because they are too focused on the bigger picture; “what’s a few lives when all of humanity is at stake.” 
  • Mula is the deeper meaning that we don’t see right away. It’s that theory or hypothesis that researchers are often working with, it’s the observation both for the research to progress and the observations that can be made from the research. Like handing in a superficial research paper the the professor say: “so what’s the point?” 
  • The point isn’t always readily visible with Mula natives. Mula reminds us that all of this philosophy of Sagittarius is completely unfounded, ungrounded: it’s all theories, beliefs, ideas, ideals, dogma and ideology. Thus we get the ghosts, Mula and Abhijit, in Sagittarius. We have to remember that Sagittarius is the 6th sign from Cancer which represents the foundation and the ground. Of course this put Cancer and Mula in a 6/8 relationships which makes them enemies while at the same time they share similar meanings or rootedness or groundedeness. 
  • Mula is misty and mystical. This is the leap into the abyss, the leap of faith. There’s a quality of symbolic language to Mula which is what makes them as good at mathematics as it does at witchcraft. There is something a priori about many of the Ketu nakshatras, like grammar, formless, without the words of Gemini, or gravity with without the actual physical bodies. Like Rahu and Ketu themselves, Ketu nakshatras are just mathematical calculations, they have no physical body, but they are as real as anything in the same way as mathematics.
  • Mula natives often act in a theoretical realm where consequences don’t matter, it’s when they try to bring these theories to reality that they run into trouble. Applying universal concepts to particular situations just doesn’t work. It’s the difference between, “the world should be like this,” and “the world is like this.” They can be somewhat divorced from the realities of the world. 
  • We find many people with what we call progressive beliefs. Mula natives are anomalies, like Ketu, they don’t fit into a box, and they may be butchers but they can mingle with any caste. 
  • Some of the people I expected to have Mula placements, like a Japanese Potato king, George Shima, don’t even have a month of birth recorded. It makes me wonder about all these rural farm boys I’ve met in India who barely even know what year they are born. Instead, they tell me independence day, or Hanuman or Ganesha’s birthday but it’s immediately clear that the chart doesn’t belong to them. You could say they were born in a knowledge vacuum. 
  • Mula is so often called a star of research, but this isn’t quite correct, its a star of observation which is the crucial step in scientific research, and it also deals with theoretical knowledge which is also used in research. Mula also acts against the odds and does not give up which can be an excellent attitude for researchers. They might be involved with microscopic or macrocosmic. They work in theoretical realms like mathematics, physics, biology, the hard sciences. They can be involved in medical fields, political science, economics, law, especially constitutional law, or human rights. Many activists have Mula placements. Anyone trying to eradicate anything is likely to have moola placements. There can be something a little impractical about Moola as well: this is the realm of theory rather than practice so we get all the spiritualists with their head in the clouds here. Mystics, shamans and healers to be sure, but even orthodox religion is just a theory we happen to have faith in. 
  • We get insidious politics through mula as they seek to root out wrong thinking, eliminate ideas that go against their agenda. We find these kind of people in every level of politics, military, police, academia, religion. Their aims and ideals are often just like a religion but they are not. Have I mentioned the activists, in modern times we see many progressive activists with moola placements: modern feminists, communists, fascists and the kind of people willing to advance and agenda regardless of the consequences. 
  • Doctors, dentists, morticians are all educated butchers who no longer believe in the sanctity of the body. Since Mula is in the stinger of the scorpion where the poison in stored they could be involved with administering poisons, shots and vaccines. They might be involved with herbalism, Pharma, selling roots or seeds. Quite a number of these folks are wrestlers, body builders and fighters. 
  • Biologically is seems mula relates with fungus, yeast, moulds, mushrooms, enzymes, bacteria. I suspect many of the symbiotic relationships relate with mula somehow: just like the bacteria that grows on roots under the ground an helps to transform nutrients into a usable form for the tree. We have a similar bacteria in our gut helping us to digest food. These are foreign or alien substances to the body but we tend to get along fine. However, not all symbiotic relationships are mutually beneficial and I suspect Mula rules over all such  relationships (see symbiotic and parasitic relati below). 
  • Empathy: to understand and feel what another person I feeling, it see things from their point of view. This helps us connect to the other person very easily. By loosening the bonds of the ego, from ones own individuality, one can then very easily merge with another. But without those bond the merger will not last as a new merging is usually right around the corner. If empathy is on one side of the spectrum, the other side becomes a kind of psychopathy, borderline personality disorders which can express excessive emotions while lacking the ability to reflect on their feelings (impaired cognitive empathy). “One diagnostic criterion of narcissistic personality disorder is a lack of empathy and an unwillingness or inability to recognise or identify with the feelings and needs of others.” (Wiki) “Characteristics of schizoid personality disorder include emotional coldness, detachment, and impaired affect corresponding with an inability to be empathetic and sensitive towards others.” (Wiki)
  • The root, the source, the origin. Will strip away everything to get at the source. Neti-neti. They like to take things apart to see how they work. 
  • Boundary issues, reckless self deception, nihilism, disappointment with human limitations. Takes on too much too fast. Take big risks while underestimating the risk potential. The people represented by the planet in Mula may lack boundaries.
  • Radish, black pepper, sneezing, orgasm?, piquant, engaging stimulating and provocative, pungent, rousing, zest, zing, sterilization, purity. Pushing out from the core, centrtiphxical force
  • The root, the vacuum, magnetic repulsion, expansion without intention, no consequences, no boundaries, witness of the annihilation powers of nature, reckless impulse, awareness of impermanence, sudden implosion
  • There are many things about Mula that don’t add up: The most glaring is that the stars of this asterism make up the Scorpions stinger, but it’s located in Sagittarius. It’s often considered the lowest point of any thing, the pivot point, the fulcrum, that which play a central or essential roll in the activity, event or situation. This reminds us that Mula nakshatra still has some relation to the churning of the ocean of milk. The pivot point would have been on the back of the tortuous; the Vishnu avatar Kurma.
  • Mount Mandara was up rooted to churn the ocean. Hannuman also up rooted a mountain to get a healing herb for Lakshman 
  • We get an interesting leap for Jyeshta, the eldest, to Mula the origin. There is a maturity reached in Jyeshta that gets wiped clean in mula; in a way mula disperses all the energy till here. There is a purity to Ketu nakshatras, they act without any attachments that the rest of the zodiac experiences. This is how Magha is able to inspire magic while Mula brings awe. Everything might focus on that one pivotal moment. 
  • Snake oil salesmen, smooth operator. They tend to have lofty ideals but fall far from the mark themselves. They often let themselves and others down. The trouble comes from individual choice, but they are acting out a universal theme that seems fated. The point is that they don’t follow practical morals, but grander universals. Chaos is the natural way of the universe. 
  • Tends to abandon these specific commitments: commitment to marriage, commitment to children, commitment to priesthood, Father and Guru, commitment to religious practice, commitment to education, commitments to teaching and preaching roles, commitment to wisdom-learning especially via temple culture and study of sacred scriptures. Things not associated with Sagittarius or Jupiter usually are not harmed. 
  • The tend to jump into quick initiation until pointless despair settles in and then the go again, until they find another spiritual path or person they can attach themselves to. They follow religious practices that have little meaning, they just go through the motions. It may be political or religious dogma that goads them on long after the initial conviction has faded away 
  • They will push the body to the limits. They don’t accept human limitations, but prove them over and over again. Emotionally disattached. Everything feel arbitrary, pointless. 
  • Cruel and reckless disregard for consequences. They tend to feel betrayed even though they are themselves the betrayer. Women are particularly prone to extra-marital affairs but will blame it on their partner somehow. They tend to over estimate the abilities of the body, or the marriage, of a single human being to do jobs that take many. 
  • Complete annihilation. Self attacking. One tends to finds a partner to goad one on until provoking a severe emotional reaction…. Betrayal 
  • Especially for women, taking partner tend to be optional. It suggested that the mother may have seriously contemplated abortion, and then abandons the child in other ways. Mother is disinterested, (It’s also said that they are against abortion themselves. 
  • Mula is the lowest denominator, the bottom of it all, of course it’s a never ending abyss and when times are going bad we can keep falling forever, but most of us hit rock bottom eventually. As low as we are willing to go before we take some serious action to get the momentum moving the other way. This Mula is actually what they mean when they say “No lives matter until black trans lives matter.” What they mean is that it says a lot about a person in how they treat the lowest of the low, the creatures you can beat like a stray male dog and nobody will care. These are the Mula people. This is the fate of refugees, illegal aliens, homeless, runaways, drug addicts, those who have been dehumanised or or described as cockroaches. 
  • Farming, gardening, pulling things up by their root, rooting out troublemakers, the root cellar, 
  • Women with Moon here night be a little bit witchy, celebrating eclipses, mixing potions or tinctures, growing herbs, gardening. 
  • .This can also be a renunciate position. This essentially means that we can choose to embrace the chaos of Mula or we can fight it and suffer. 
  • Littlest hobo
  • The Moola native looks into scientific, literary, philosophic and other basic subjects. Mortgage and Mortgaged property are governed by this star and its horizon is not rural but urban.
  • Cruel with a reckless disregard for consequences. 

Gods & Symbols of Mula

Niritti – Alakshmi – Calamity. 

There seems to be a connection to Jyeshta through the devi power. Jyeshta is said to the be ruled by Alakshmi while Mula is ruled by Niritti who is often associated with Alakshmi and they are both associated with Kali to a certain degree. While Jyeshta is the heart of the scorpion, Mula is the stinger. 

because they are both considered tot he the eldest.  a She who goes against order and transgresses the law.

  • She was the daughter of Adharma (against dharma) & Himsa (violence); and Mother of Mrityu (death) & Bhaya (fear). When violence is conducted against dharma calamity will follow; and from the calamity will come fear and death. 
  • Related to Kali: the devourer. 
Pandora 

When pandora first appears in western literature she is not even given a name. She arises from Zeus’ anger after Prometheus gave fire to the humans. He had Hephaestus (the blacksmith of the gods) create a “beautiful evil” whose descendants will torment the human race. She is made from the earth, wears a silvery gown, an embroidered veil, garlands and an ornate crown of silver. “For from her is the race of women and female kind: of her is the deadly race and tribe of women who live amongst mortal men to their great trouble, no helpmeets in hateful poverty, but only in wealth.” (Hesiod) Even the gods were seized by wonder when they saw her. She was “sheer guile, not to be withstood by men.” Hesiod was, however, the first to put forward the idea that although we cannot live with such evil women, we cannot live without women either, since, as he says, we would then have to face old age alone without anyone to help us. If we broaden his perspective we could say that relationships in general are like pandora’s box. Wherever there is heat, fire, passion, inflammation, fever, cooking fires, or funeral pyres there is Pandora’s box. (This could, however, be a lesson more suitable to Rahu and Ketu relationships in general).

Her character quickly developed in the literature of antiquity and she has continued to be a popular character ever since that time. They spoke of her “shameless mind and deceitful nature,” “her “lies and crafty words.” Her name Pandora means “all-gift” because all the gods added some small part to the plague of men who eat bread. And she carried with her a jar full of these evils so that when she came to earth she let them loose and scattered them to the winds. But this is where her story becomes a little less clear. If we look back before Hesiod wrote about her we find a slightly different story.

Pre-Hesoid Pandora was the wife of Prometheus. She was a great nurturer with a jar full of hope, optimism and abundance. She possessed all the gifts and brought them up from under the ground. She was, in many ways, a mother earth agricultural figure who gave humans everything necessary for life. Of course there is much debate about what this shift from good wife to bad wife means culturally. Since she is considered the first woman in the world, she is often compared to Eve.

This confusion serves the purpose of Moola nakshatra well. Moola often have both of these sides wrapped up in themselves at the same time. They can be incredibly selfless in some aspects of their life will remaining incredibly wicked in other ways. They can bring growth or destruction often on the same day.

Urania

Goddess of the heavens, the stars, astronomy, astrology, and navigation and is depicted holding globe and compass in one hand and a short staff in the other showing her to be the Goddess of the axis upon which the earth sits. The stars and the heavens. She is kind, soft-spoken and much beloved by everyone, she is said to have the gift of prophecy. She later became the muse of Christian poetry. 

Her father Zeus courted her mother, Mnemosyne (memory, memnonic) for nine nights by which 9 muses were born. Urania was the muse for mathematics, charting the stars and a course thereby. Her sisters were muses of history, erotic poetry, music, tragedy, sacred poetry, dance, festivity and comedy, and heroic poetry. This suggests that even a “hard science” like mathematics is directed by more than just reason. 

Mula is sometimes said to represent the stars, mathematics and she is certainly one of the most ancient goddesses. There is also this strong universal aspect to Mula. Often times the destruction caused by Mula is for some higher universal purpose; it’s nothing personal. It’s for this reason they seem to step on so many toes. It’s for this reason they can sow a lot of destruction in their live and not look back.

Hecate (or Hekate):

“She who works with her will,” or, “the far reaching one.” She holds in her hands a pair of torches and a key and is shown with snakes on her shoulders and dogs by her side. She is associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, night, light, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, ghosts, necromancy, and sorcery. She seems to have been worshipped differently in different areas. She is also shown as a kind of maternal fertility goddess, perhaps representing the womb of the universe much in the way that Kali does: the unknown aspects, the surrender, and the ultimate liberation and chaos of the time of birth. Hecate is also shown with a lion in some areas, giving her an even stronger connection to Durga – Kali. One of her most popular forms is as three bodies, each with their back to a central pole. This relates to Mula as a pole star, which relates it to the central axis of the chakra; the agent around which the shaktis, the powers of that agent flow.

Tripura Sundari 

(also known as Rajarajeshwari, Shodashi, SahasranamaSoundarya Lahari, Kamakshi, and Lalita)

Much venerated in Shakti cults as the Supreme Goddess. She is the foremost of the Mahavidyas and the primary goddess of Sri Vidya; the ultimate Shakti of the universe; the supreme consciousness ruling above BrahmaVishnu, and Shiva. On one hand she is said to be sitting on Shiva’s lap in the form of kāmeśvara, the ‘Lord of Desire’. On the other hand she is depicted as growing, self-emergent, from the Sri Chakra. She is the beauty of the 3 worlds symbolised by upside down triangle. She is said to have been born from a yajna conducted by Devas during which they sacrificed the whole universe to feed the fire. From the fire arose Tripura Sundari, the form of Brahman, the form of the universe. She the split herself in two, Kameshwara & Kameshwari, to recreate the universe. She empowers the five functions of Shiva, the panch-brahma: she empower Brahma for creation, Vishnu for sustaining, Rudra for dissolution, and Isvara & Sadasiva for grace and concealment. Which full power of every aspect of the universe she is said to have formed her army to destroy Bhandasura, the demon who had been persecuting the gods. 

The Sri Chakra through which she is depicted is made up of nine interlocking triangles radiating out of a point, the bindu. From this the beauty of the three worlds emerges: Bhu, Bhuva, and Swaha; earth, sky and heavens. Four triangles pointing up representing the male aspects of creation and five pointing down for the female aspects representing the union of masculine and feminine. The nine levels that make up Sri Chakra represents the totality of non-dual reality. It represents all the knowledge of Kashmiri Shaiva philosophy and is used as a yantra of devotion by Shri Vidya devotees. Main textual sources for Shri Devi are: Lalita Sahasranama & The Soundarya Lahari of Adi Shankaracharya.

The nine levels of Shri Chakra are

          1. Trailokya Mohana or Bhupara, a square of three lines with four portals
          2. Sarva Aasa Paripuraka, a sixteen-petal lotus
          3. Sarva Sankshobahana, an eight-petal lotus
          4. Sarva Saubhagyadayaka, composed of fourteen small triangles
          5. Sara Arthasadhaka, composed of ten small triangles
          6. Sarva Rakshakara, composed of ten small triangles
          7. Sarva Rogahara, composed of eight small triangles
          8. Sarva Siddhiprada, composed of 1 small triangle
          9. Sarva Anandamaya, composed of a point or bindu

“She rules over three cities, three paths children of the universe. a, ka, and tha, fully present. She is present in these letters. She is ageless, birth less, the greatest and she is the glory of all gods.”

Swami Narasimhananda, Tripura Upanishad Verse 01

“Long ago, at the time of creation, Tripura the Universal Consciousness was all alone. There was nothing other than Her. She, the embodiment of Power, who is Self independent wanted to create; the desire developed. From desire, knowledge was born and then action. From Her three glances the three gods were born. Pashupati represented desire, Hari knowledge and Brahma action. They were looked at by Sankari and became naturally powerful and Truth abiding.”

Shri Tripura Rahasya (Mahatmya Khanda), Chapter 10, Verses 18 to 22

“Those who are deluded by my maya, don’t know me completely. I alone, worshipped by all, give the desired fruit. Other than me, there is none who is to be worshipped or who grants the fruits.”

Shri Tripura Rahasya (Jñāna Khanda), Chapter 20, Verses 40 to 41

Shree Chakra & the Metaphysical Cosmos

This is as good oaf a place as any to take an expansive look a the universe as a combination of body, mind & soul. As we come to Mula nakshatra we have just crosses the mind and are discovering the soul and the connection between the macro-cosmos & the micro-cosmos.

Key Themes

a tied bunch of roots

Roots typically go unseen, beneath the ground drawing water and nutrients from the soil using osmosis. Ketu is also suggestive of having a permeable membrane. And just as Ketu suggests aliens, most roots develop a symbiotic relationship with some fungus or bacteria that helps the roots convert nutrients from the soil into a usable form.

They classify roots in a couple different ways. Of course there are common aerating, below ground roots, but there are also aerial, above ground roots that absorb moisture from the air. They also distinguish between big fat taproots, like carrots and radishes, as distinct from diffuse roots that spread out all over the place like so many grass roots. The first root to grow from a plant is called a ‘radicle.’ It’s from this initial embryonic root that a tree can continue to grow even after it’s been chopped down. We should also distinguish between the radicle and the plumule: the radicle is the embryonic root that grows downward and the plumule is the embryonic shoot that grows upward from the fresh root. 

Root vegetables are very high in minerals and nutrients, because they store all these good things for later; especially the big fat taproot that we eat. They are typically very high in carbohydrates and starches as well.

To plant roots, to be rooted is to be based form some place or firmly established over time. The root is the source, the origin and one can harbour deeply rooted feelings of love or hate; but there is also a sense that when something is deeply rooted that it’s not going anywhere soon; it’s here to stay. We can also root for our favourite sports team and usually have a long history as a supporter. For many people such affiliations are also a strong part of who they are. It’s where we come from. 

To pull something out by it’s roots eliminates it completely and forever. We find many mula natives seeking to eradicate sometime, to eliminate so pest or something they see as a pest, less than human, alien. From the human perspective mula can be genocidal like Hitler, or even those actors who played Hitler, and thus recreated the genocidal actions in art, theatre, or film like Anthony Hopkins. But we are just as likely to see gardeners dealing with weeds, or people dealign with inse4cts or rodents. In some ways it’s things we eliminate for the sake of humanity or some greater good. From a spiritual perspective it could be be some yogi or a baba seeking to eliminate his bad habits by uprooting it and replacing it with a healthier habit. In many ways they are seekers of purity, freedom or liberation: these things are all Ketu’s responsibility. Padora’s box will get into this more. The important thing to consider about Mula is that it’s a tied bunch of roots, they are not in the ground; the roots have been harvested.

We should also note that the 4th house also represents roots, and Mula is in a 6/8 house relationship with the 4th house which makes it an enemy of those 4th house roots: a weed; and we all know what we do to weeds: anything to get rid of the weeds. I once spent three years trying to eliminate quack grass from a garden area. Quack grass is all interconnected through the roots system; the roots go everywhere. To get rid o0f it in a natural way you have to pull up all the roots from an area, if you miss even the tinies hair of a root, it will come up again the next year. This is the grass that destroys concrete sidewalks in North America. If it finds just one small crack to will come up and slowly, year after year, open that crack up and start breaking down the cement. At the end of civilisation this will be the first stuff to start taking over and tearing down everything we’ve built.

What are your roots? Clearing the land to plant roots. Farming, gardening and agriculture. Food, herbalism, medicine, drugs, alchemy. This relates. 

Rooted, not leaving the centre, firmly fixed, unmoving, anchored, 

Symbiosis

There are 5 different types of symbiotic relationships: mutualism (mutual benefit), commensalism (one organism attaches itself to a host for its own benefit but the host is neither helped nor harmed), predations (one gets benefit while the other is harmed, this can be a typical predator relationship), parasitism (similar to the predator but the life is slowly sucked out of the host,  and competition. 

Swastika & Black Sun

A symbol of auspiciousness and good luck. A map or marker of the self. It said to represent the north pole and the rotational movement around a central axis (an immutable axis). It’s a symbol of life, the vivifying role of the supreme principle, the absolute god. Some consider it similar to the yin-yang symbol. Others say it represents the four wind gods at the head of their respective paths, or a revolving sun, infinity, and continuation of creation. The Buddhist considered it a representations off the foot prints of Buddha; the path of Buddha, the samsaric cyclical path of life. Represent the ecliptic north pole.  

In India this is a common symbol on doorways, business, temple entrances. They will attach it to the starting page of financial documents, it’s used in weddings and at times of child birth for auspiciousness. It’s thought to represent the sun, karmic activities, motion, the wheel or even thought of as a symbol of the lotus. The Jain’s also incorporate this symbol in holy texts, temple architecture, ceremonial functions of making a swaqsika from rice in front of the alter. The four arms of the swastika are thought to represent the four places where the soul can be reborn: heaven, hell, as human, or as plant or animal. The Chinese and Japanese used it as a symbol for longevity; the Christians of the middle ages also incorporated the swastica into their temple architecture and may have been used along with funeral rites. Some also take it to be a symbol of Thor in Norse paganism. Some relate it with the thunderbolt to connect it with all the thunderous gods like Indra and Zeus. The slavs consider it to new a symbol of the “little sun” and it was connected with eternal life and Christs victory over death. This symbol has been used on coins, embroiled in cloth, stamped on temple walls, used as a heraldic symbol in the coat of arms, 

– The right facing symbol is the original swastika symbolising the Sun, prosperity. Relates with Ganesha.  

– The left facing swastika is actually called sauwastika symbolising the night and the tantric aspects of Kali. Most commonly known as the symbol of Nazi Germany. It comes as no surprise that Hitler had Ketu and Jupiter in Mula. 

In modern times the the swastika generally, but more specifically, the left facing swastika is associated with Nazism, white supremacy, the aryan race, racism, racism, the Axis powers, the holocaust. It’s still used as the core symbol for neo-nazi organisations. The symbol is still banned in Germany today. It’s odd how the more we do to stamp out this symbol and this ideology the more it seems to have grown to such a point that some suspect WW III is starting because of the support for Ukrainian neo-nazis, who are really just hapless fools to the military industrial complex and American imperialists. These neo-nazis have basically had their hate used against them in order to get Ukraine to do the dirty work of imperial powers. They are the modern barbarians caught between two civilisations; the outcasts of the border region between Europe and Russia. This is very much in keeping with the energy of Mula. The poor village boys believe they are acting out of a kind of blind rage and blind ideals. Meanwhile the western autocrats are looking at the bigger picture completely disassociated from he details or the consequences of their activities; the main thing they are doing is goading others on. All in keeping with the principles of detached universal forces of destruction. It’s never personal from Ketu nakshatra’s perspective.

Mula dhara – Mula Bhanda – ghandanta

Root Chakra, root lock, root knot; the base, the perineum, earthy, excretion. What we take in from above comes out from the bottom in the end. From sky, air, fire, water and earth something is produced. This could be the waste products or the children that come out of us from the base. When all five elements come together then something is fully born into this world. It can be a simple conversion of matter like from food to poo, or even all these things we build and watch crumble. Just conversions of matter for the most part. Children are a kind of true originality in regards to creating and we all have a kind of authenticity that we try to follow in life (at least if the Sun is strong). This is also one of the first muscles we engage when we pick up something heavy, the root lock helps us increase abdominal pressure lending support tot he back. Now that I think about it, I have often contributed the solar plexus to Leo, so perhaps Udyana Banda belongs with Magha (Mula is a place that deals with theories so why not). I suspect the three Ghandanta points, psychic knots: The knot of Brahma at muladara, the knot of Vishnu’s knot is near heart chakra & near the 3rd eye is the knot of Rudra.  

Mula is also the point along the lunar mansions and human development where we learn to dissolve our individuality. This is how we get past the gate keeper, Ganehsa, Ketu, Kal Bhairava. Part of the understanding we get in Mula is that it’s actually the moment of birth that we stepped onto the cremation ground, it’s when our dead body reaches the cremation ground that we get our liberation and merge with universal energy; final moksha. Everything we know about this world gets flipped upside down and we become agents of universal energy. The possibilities are so endless with Mula nakshatra that these people can be hard to predict, even they don’t know. Of course it depends on the conditions of all the planet placed here as well as Jupiter and Ketu whether they will focus this energy to spiritual purpose to seek everlasting life, or to material life dancing upon ones own grave. 

Mula is where we start to see the bigger picture and our attachment to the particulars starts to fade and we move towards the universals. We stop taking life personally and acknowledge ourselves as a part of universal energy: on one hand we are less than a speck of dust in time and space; while on the other hand we are the universe ourselves. Surrender to the universal forces is the only answer; though even that is not actually much of an answer. 

There are somewhat different ways of approaching the Chakras, but Ketu is considered to rule over the two poles of the Kundalini, these are the absolutes that do not actually exist. Rahu rules over the pole itself while the planets each find expression through the chakras. Muladara itself has a lot to do with the unseen forces of creation, the microcosmic world or atoms, enzymes, bacteria, fungus. I will write more about this below, but Mula reminds us that we have a symbiotic relationship with the earth. This relationship is actually the foundation to everything but it’s goes unseen 

“[…] or it is enough if Śiva alone is worshipped. The root (mūla) is the most important. When the root is watered, O gods, the branches are well-cared for. O excellent sages, if the branches are taken care of, it does not necessarily mean that the root is cared for. When the deities are propitiated, the same analogy holds good”. (Shiva Purana)

sacred to the worship of Pirs.*

1b) The hereditary force.*

refers to “abutment (of a stone)

IN some Indic languages mula mean radish. 

Devichakra, the first chakra describes in Kubjikamata Tantra

Avani – Earth

Avani refers to earth in the same way the English word does: it refers to the the soil and the earth as a planet. It is also used to refer to the river bed or to pour down or over pour the banks. “The Self is by nature deathless and without any beginning, endowed with bliss and infinite power, and luminous and pure. The powerful flames of sinful Karma heat it, like mercury, after lodging it in the body. Under the intoxicating power of Karma, even a man of superior merit goes reeling down to unhappy births. So let the wise, who know the cardinal difference between the body and the Self, strive for the bliss that is free from rebirth.” — Yaśastilaka Campū verse 2.215-216

Avani is the name of nan important Siddha Centre Tamil Nadu. The Siddha cult is a Tantric  cult connected with theHeterodox Natha tradition that combined Shaivism (viz., Pashupata), Shaktism, Jainism, Tantric Buddhism (Vajrayana), etc. A Siddha in this context is an inspired seer belonging to the marginalized or outcaste sections of society “who dissolved their past karma and crushed the roots of future karma.”

Dhanus – Dhyana

Dhanus is a bow. Dhyana is meditation, the 7th step of Ashtanga Yoga. 

“The root word “dhyai”, means “to think,” “to contemplate”. Dhyana means thinking of God with concentration. God is invisible and figureless. We can meditate only upon some material that contains the attributes of God. So dhyāna is to fix the mind on the object of meditation, and to imagine that particular object in a particular place and to concentrate the mind upon it. One who casts off his body, while engaged in meditation attains ‘Sāyujya’ (oneness with God).” — wisdomlib.com Krishna claimed that dhyana was the dharma of yoga  that kills unrighteousness. According to Viṣṇupurāṇa. (VI.7.86), dharaṇa is stability of the citta In God, dhyāna is continuity of that cognition without any desire for other things (ibid. VI.7.91) and samādhi is a stage in Yogic practise in which God’s own nature is grasped without any imagined appendage

Zero-sum thinking & Zero-sum game: 

One persons win is another loss. One person taking a bigger share of cake will leave others without any cake. Same in poker and gambling games where someone’s win is another loss. This is true of all competitive games. Zero sum thinking assumes that in an antagonistic world one persons gain is another loss; one’s own success comes only by the failure of others; mutual gain is not possible. This easily leads to zero-sum fallacies for Mula natives. Some such fallacies are students thinking they are being marked on a curve when they are actually the testing is standardised. Political decisions are often considered zero-sum though they might not be. In romantic relationships it’s often assumed that showing love for one person will reduce the love one has for another. In copyright infringement it’s assumed that every unauthorised copy is a loss of sale. This might be an evolutionary trait related to competition for resources; or it may be a learned trait from early developmental period. Poverty thinking and competition for resources is a may be taught or it may be a natural survival instinct. 

Prisoners dilemma: This form of zero-sum game shows that 2 rational people may not co-operate even if it’s in both their best interest to do so. The possible outcomes are: 1.) If A and B each betray the other, each of them serves 5 years in prison. 2.) If A betrays B but B remains silent, A will be set free and B will serve 10 years in prison. 3.) If A remains silent but B betrays A, A will serve 10 years in prison and B will be set free. 4.) If A and B both remain silent, both of them will serve 2 years in prison (on the lesser charge). Although it’s in both of their best interests to keep quite, it’s in each persons in Teresa to rat their friend out. This is the kind of dilemma and deception that Mula natives tend to run in to: betrayal becomes the best option even if it does ruin everything,

Fundamental Rights

Human rights are fundamental. This is where the individual meet with the rest of humanity and understands that we all want these basic rights up-held. I live to boil it all down to: don’t tell me what to do! And stay off my lawn! It’s not that these rights actually exist, they are mans law, the foundation to humanism:  1. Right to self-determination, 2. Right to liberty, 3. Right to due process of law, 4. Right to freedom of movement, 5. Right to privacy, 6. Right to freedom of thought, 7. Right to freedom of religion, 8. Right to freedom of expression, 9. Right to peaceful assembly, 10. Right to freedom of association

The Milky Way

The centre of the milky way is said to lie at about 6 degrees sagittarius. With is the second pada of Mula. When we zoom out and look at the whole universe we find the a swirling dust cloud of the milky way looking like a flat spiral disk with a slight bulge in the middle. On the dark nights when we can clearly see the stars of scorpions tail we will see a kind fo stellar cloudiness that is said to be the milky way. Mula represents that mid-point. This bulge is sometimes depicted as a tortoise shell, but also as mount Meru, or perhaps mula is where these two meet; at the pivot point. Some call it the “Black Sun.”  All the planets including the sun orbit around this cosmic centre. This is the womb of the great goddess. The four elephants that are said to support the earth actually represent the four cardinal directions of the milky way galaxy. 

Mula is universal energy that is often beyond ones own control. Otherwise one may themselves be an agent for that universal energy allowing them to ignore the consequences of their actions. 

Elephant Goad

One of the 8 Ashta-mangala, auspicious objects, in Hinduism and has special connection with Ganesha and Tripura Sundari. 

Buddhism “Throughout Buddhist literature, the training in shamatha is often likened to training a wild elephant, and the two primary instruments for this are the tether of mindfulness and the goad of introspection.” It been further suggested that in order to direct our consciousness to move inward we must be goaded. 

There is a hatha yoga posture classically called the Elephant goad pose, but also goes by various names relating to Bhairava, the form of Shiva that destroys the universe. Durvasana is the standing form of the poster. I’m not exactly sure how this relates, but the Ketu ownership of this nakshatra can connect equally to Bhairava and Kali. The universal, theoretical energy of destruction and the actual form of destruction. Despite all the destructive elements of Mula, it too is ultimately a creative energy; just like Kali ma. I often describe Ketu energy as a vacuum, a palate cleaner that comes before Venus dasha so that we can actually enjoy and appreciate the flavours of life again. As we will see from Tripura Sundari below, she is born only after the whole universe is dissolved in the fire. 

Ganesha also holds and elephant goad. He uses his intelligence to cut through false identifications, fear, doubt, anxiety, attachment and all the other negative qualities that hinder our spiritual growth and evolution as an individual soul. Incidentally these are all the same qualities that pandora’s box released to the world. The elephant goad also pushes up in the right direction in a similar way Urania inspires universal consciousness. The elephant goad is only used when the elephant isn’t listening. This is the same universol energy that tells us over and over again that we are making the same mistakes we made before. Those negative feeling and unwanted results that arise from our actions are the universal way to goad us into controlling our mind to attain self realisation. 

Rudyard Kipling introduces a beautiful jewel encrusted elephant goad in his famous Jungle Book. The people of the jungle take it from the castle but they have no sense of the value so they just casually discard it in the jungle. But when it’s found by some thieves hiding in the jungle who recognise the value of it, they end up destroying themselves in their fight to possess it. This is very much how the destructive tendencies of Mula arise, from ignorance or ambivalence.  

Tail of a Lion
Black Holes
Health: Feet & Left side of truck
Spleen:

The spleen is located on the left side of the body just below the ribcage and acts primarily as a blood filter. It’s a soft, spongy organ that filters and destroys old and damaged lord cells, it produces white blood cells to protect against disease, and it stops red blood cells and platelets which help the blood to clot to keep you from bleeding to death. 

The spleen is mostly only an issue in accidents of severe bleeding which is often when it’s removed to stop the bleeding. It can at times become enlarged due to liver disease, various infections like mononucleosis or malaria, metabolic disorders like Gaucher disease or Niemann-Pick disease, some blood cancers, or auto-immune conditions like lupus or sarcoidosis. Even moderate alcohol consumption coupled with dehydration can cause the spleen to enlarge. There are not usually any symptoms from an enlarged spleen, though it can reduce the number of healthy blood cells making infection more common, anemia, or increased bleeding due to reduced clotting ability. The only way a doctor is able to feel the speed is when it’s enlarged. The spleen is also damaged relatively easy and can rupture in severe accidents causing internal bleeding which can be life threatening. 

Pancreas 

The pancreas looks a little like the tail of a lion: long and thin with a tuft at the end. It’s categorised as a gland and has equal importance for the digestive system as it does for the endocrine system. It functions as both an endocrine gland and an exocrine gland. As an endocrine gland it helps regulate blood sugar levels by secreting insulin, glucagon, somatostatin and pancreatic polypeptides. As an exocrine gland is releases digestive juices directly into the duodenum to help break down food. 

Pancreatitis, inflammation of the pancreas, is usually caused by gall-stones and heavy alcohol uses high fat and too rich of a diet.

Gout: Inflammatory illness that affects the joints. It usually comes on at night causing sever pain usually beginning with the big toe. The affected joint becomes swollen, red, warm and extremely painful; this can begin to affect movement in the affected joint as well. The pain and inflammation my linger for a few weeks and then go away. 

It’s caused when urate crystals accumulate in the joint. Uric acid isa natural waste product of the body, but it’s also present in may foods: meat, seafood, fructose sweetener and beer. Several illnesses also increase the likelihood of developing gout (diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome and diseases of the heart or kidneys. Some common pharmaceutical tablets also increase the likelihood of developing gout. Gout is more common with men, but post-menopausal women see increased likelihood. Uric acid normally dissolves int he blood and gets filtered out by the kidneys, but occasionally a person takes in too much uric acid or the kidneys are not doing their function.It’s this same uric acid that builds up in the kidneys to cause kidney stones.  

  • Mars in Moola seems to be a common placement for diabetics.
  • The anus, muladhara, prostate, haemorrhoids. 
  • Mula might connect with the microbial bacteria in and on the body with which we have a symbiotic relationship (gut bacteria). There is evidence that desturbances in microbial bacteria in the body are associated with a range of pathologies: inflammatory bowel disease; autoimmunity and allergic disorders; cardiovascular disorders; neurologic diseases, including autism spectrum disorders, Alzheimer disorders, Parkinson’s disease, and depression; and cancers. Babies receive their initial dose of microbes from mothers during passage through the birth canal and other body surface.
  • Osmosis in the bodies way of absorbing nutrients from food in both the small and large intestines after the food has been broken down to the molecular level. This actually has a lot to do with the bodies symbiotic relationship with the bacteria of the gut. 
  • Causes of Gout and Diabetic Neuropathy (As suffered by Benjamin Franklin). Type 1 or type 2 diabetes
  • Vitamin deficiencies in the diet. Exposure to toxins and heavy metals, such as lead, mercury, pesticides, or from hard drug use. 
  • It seems reasonable that the Sun or Moon in Mula cold give cataracts and perhaps some relation with 2nd lord or 2nd house. 
  • Anterior Cingulate Cortex: lies in the middle of the brain and is shaped like the tail of a scorpion. It is involved in certain higher-level functions, such as attention allocation, reward anticipation, decision-making, ethics and morality impulse control (e.g. performance monitoring and error detection), and emotion. studies attribute specific functions such as error detection, anticipation of tasks, attention, motivation, and modulation of emotional responses to the ACC. Its roles also appear to extend to the autonomic nervous system, regulating blood pressure and heart rate in response to behavioural stressors.

Stars of Mula

A circle of nine stars forms the scorpions stinger: 1. epsilon-Scorpii, 2. mu-Scorpii, 3. zeta-Scorpii (Grafias), 4. eta-Scorpii, 5. theta-Scorpii, 6. iota-Scorpii, 7. kappa-Scorpii, 8. upsilon-Scorpii (Lesath = Al Las’ah = the Stinger), 9. lambda-Scorpii (Shaula). 

Lesath may be the most significant of these, but it’s also near Ophiuchus which marks the galactic centre. The Chinese considered Lesath & Shaula as two parts of a lock and these two stars are often thought to form a pair. The Vedic system calls them the “Two Releasers” as they were thought to bring an end to lingering disease. 

In the 17th century Arabic scholars believed that the moon here “helps in besieging cities, taking towns, driving men from their places, destruction of seamen and captives.” It was a good time to buy cattle or go hunting, but not a good time to marry. Classical Hindu texts state that Mula is a “sharp asterism belonging to the butcher caste and favorable for punishment, torture, imprisonment, exorcism, mesmerism and separation or union when containing the Moon. Those born on the lunar day will be druggists, dealers in flowers and fruit, rich and fond of gardening. With Moon here at birth native will be conceited, wealthy, luxurious, kind-hearted, happy and resolute. Rules stables and the left side of the body.” The Chinese believed that the moon passing here is a good time to plant, sow, travel or go to war. 

About Scorpio generally, Ptolemy had this to say: “The bright stars in the front of the body of Scorpio have an effect similar to that produced by the influence of Mars, and partly to that produced by Saturn: the three in the body itself . . . are similar to Mars and moderately to Jupiter: those in the joints of the tail are like Saturn and partly like Venus: those in the sting, like Mercury and Mars.”

Lesath, the Cat’s Eye, meaning poisonous sting, or “a foggy patch” is said to be “of the nature of Mercury and Mars. It gives danger, desperation, immorality and malevolence, and is connected with acid poisons.” “Lesath in conjunction with Mars, Uranus or Saturn, MC or Ascendant could point to danger from wild animals, either to be ripped up by them, massacred, or torn into pieces. this star points to accidents, catastrophes, or operations and those with placements here will be exaggerative, argumentative, unreliable, unscrupulous, given to invective, mechanical ability, very quick mind, great talker. Corresponding to the sign Scorpio, this could work with appendicitis, appendectomy, or removing of hemorrhoids by operation.”

 a probing, sharp intellect and incisive wit, every bit as damaging as a knife to its opponent.  People with star strong in their charts are noted for doing well in debate, business, sport, and high office in general. If not well aspected, though, they can be inclined to strike first and ask afterwards, with an embarrassing loss of face.

These stars are usually found low on the horizon from the northern hemisphere. There is a bit of stellar cloudiness in the area due to being near the galactic belt. They are located at the near the stinger of the Scorpion. All cultures held this point to be inauspicious, bringing accident, calamity, war, bloodshed… This is said to the centre of the galactic universe. 

Scorpions stinger: It actually works a lot like a hypodermic needle storing and injecting venom. They usually try to crush their prey with their pincers and only sting if they have to. The sting usually paralysed the prey which is then covered in digestive juices to break it down before eating it. The sting itself usually paralyses the prey before death comes. 

The venom has been studied for insecticides and for treatment of certain disease. 

Planets & Padas of Mula

Ketu: Headless, unbound, limitless, misty, mystical, dispersing, ambivalent, random, numb, odd, useless, eccentric, observing, witnessing, foggy, cloudy, abandoned, wandering, surrendered, empty, vacuous, scatter, nebulise defrock, dematerialise, disengaged, severed. Ghosts, refugees, aliens, saints, pilgrims, homeless, other-worldly, the white flag. The tail or back-side or lower half of things. Ketu provides a blank screen for others to project their desires upon them.

Sagittarius: Global, humanistic, broad minded, the big picture, theoretics, dogma, doctrine, ideology, dharma, archer, the shooter, faith, religion, belief, spiritual father, guru

Sagittarius + Ketu: ideological vaccum, blind faith, proselytise, globally scattered, ideology of eradication, mysty of mystical belief that may not hold together but are none-the-less firmly held. 

Ascendant In Moola

Feminine Native: “… very little happiness through the life due to the secret and destructive thoughts of the native and her proud and stubborn nature. To understand this is a help, but a determined effort must be made to rectify it. The fault lies entirely within herself, her nature preventing her from being happy in any relationship. She will have many love affairs and trouble through them. If she marries, she will be unhappy because of her inability to compromise and her husband will die in seven years from the time of the marriage. She has a weak constitution and her health will be uncertain, due again to the destructive thoughts which she harbours continually.”

Masculine Native: “… a shrewd and capable character – an organiser, who is able to handle people and make them serve his needs through tact and diplomacy. A politician. An orator who is capable of swaying his audiences yet who is not sincere but may even be unfaithful to his constituents and ungrateful and unappreciative of favours received if the occasion arises. The type of person who, while one is still in his presence, holds one spellbound; but who when he leaves, also leaves a lurking distrust behind him. Extremely clever and capable.”

General indications: “You have a good physical appearance. You will have beautiful limbs and bright eyes. You will be the most attractive person in your family. You possess a very sweet nature and are a peace loving person. You have set principles in your life. You can stand against any adverse tidal wave, you have the capacity to penetrate that wave and reach the destination. You are not bothered about tomorrow nor are you very serious about your own matters. You keep all the happenings in the hands of God and become prey to optimism. You need to be very cautious of recording your finances or you will find yourself in debt. You may give advice that you may not even use. This peculiar characteristic generally fits you for the profession of financial advisor or religious advice. Since you are skilled in several fields there will be frequent changes of profession or trade; stability in this direction seems to be a very rare phenomenon which may put you in constant need of money. Watch the tendency to spend too much on your friends. You will possess the utmost sincerity in all you do. You may earn your livelihood in a foreign place, where it is indicated that you will have much more success in business. You are capable of shining in all walks of life, particularly in the field of fine arts, as a writer and in the social work. Excepting a few cases, it is seen that Mula born cannot have any benefit from parents whereas they are self-made. Your married life will be satisfactory. You will have a spouse with all adequate qualities. Even when you are sick you will look well. You may not in the habit of taking care of your own health. With the result, some severe health problems can be noticed in your 27th, 31st, 44th, 48th, 56th and 60th age. You must try not to have any association with intoxication as you may suffer from the grips of addiction. When the Mula nakshatra rises, great relief is felt in lingering diseases.” — Bepin Behari

Phala Deepika: ”The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”

Parashara: ”[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”

Ptolemy believed that being born with Ascendant in Mula brings “danger from wild animals, either to be ripped up by them, massacred, or torn into pieces; accidents, catastrophes, or operations: appendicitis, appendectomy, or removal of haemorrhoids by operation.”

Ascendant in Mula Pada 1, Aries Navamsha: “A self-made man who is very independent and ambitious. In the middle part of his life, will be highly respected. Due to his own efforts and ability, he will be very well known in business circles. Will never remain in a subordinate position very long. At the age of thirty-five or thirty-six, he will have an accident either in connection with machinery or by fire, and may have broken bones. At the age of six or seven, will receive a sear or burn.” —Bepin Behari

Ascendant in Mula Pada 2, Taurus Navamsha: “A self-made man who is very independent and ambitious. In the middle part of his life, will be highly respected. Due to his own efforts and ability, he will be very well known in business circles. Will never remain in a subordinate position very long. At the age of thirty-five or thirty-six, he will have an accident either in connection with machinery or by fire, and may have broken bones. At the age of six or seven, will receive a sear or burn.” — Behari

Ascendant in Mula Pada 3, Gemini Navamsha: “A self-made man who is very independent and ambitious. In the middle part of his life, will be highly respected. Due to his own efforts and ability, he will be very well known in business circles. Will never remain in a subordinate position very long. At the age of thirty-five or thirty-six, he will have an accident either in connection with machinery or by fire, and may have broken bones. At the age of six or seven, will receive a sear or burn.” — Behari

Ascendant in Mula Pada 4, Cancer Navamsha: “the fourth part alone causes unhappiness in the home, but much respect and admiration outside, particularly in work of an official character. Must be warned against relying too much on subordinates as he may be betrayed by these and by his associates.” — Behari

Barbara Pijan: “may be entrancingly rhythmic conferring a musical quality to the speech, chant, poetry, sermons. Can lead a peasants chant for agricultural work, a liturgical chant for priestly worship, or an entrancing ritual chant for magical purpose. If Mula-4 ends ups in  Ashlesha navamsha the rhythmic snakelike trance is deepened.”

Commentary: Although these natives tend to have a cheerful and optimistic personality, their personal narrative tend to be darker and more destructive. Their communication can come of as dull, boring, and dominated by rigid beliefs. There is a sense of ideological power vacuum with this placement. Complete destruction, elimination, and annihilation is often the first step in renewal or rebuilding. They will often move between stated of blind faith, surrender and abandonment. 

Nixon Address: We find a great disregard for consequences in this historical address untied the American dollar from the gold standard. At the time he made this speech one ounce of gold could be purchases for about $35 it now cost around $1800. Many people look to these gold prices to understand how much the American dollar has actually devalued since that time. 

Richard Gatling: The inventor of the Gatling gun, the first machine gun that was widely used in the americas to perpetuate genocide against the native Americans.

Queen Bloody Mary: conducted a brutal campaign to wipe out the protestant opposition. She burned over 280 people at the stake as she sought to reverse the course of the reformation.  

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[Many charts have not been confirmed so ascendant and even moon placements may not be correct. Use your own judgement.]

Sun in Mula 

The light that shines from Mula is musty and diffused; possibly a mystical spiritual glow. They tend to disregard the consequences of their actions. Their truth and knowledge goes deep to where others cannot understand. They might find themselves as the central figure or a great calamity causing death, fear and violence. They’ve seen it all and are usually very worldly. They are often like a pole star themselves and all the activity circles around them. They tend towards being dictators, expressing themselves like little bitches leaving havoc in their wake. They tend to be certain about certain universal truths and they try to apply them to particular situations; it just doesn’t work like that. Power and authority seem to be arbitrarily deployed. Father figures can be unpredictable and hypocritical in their expectation. Truth has no solid foundation and it’s possible these people have suffered from and become professionals themselves at “gas-lighting.” They might be known for the occasional theatrically dramatic melt-down and they often have some anger issues. 

Bepin Behari says that the Sun in Sagittarius “allows a person to draw upon their experience from the past which allows them to easily listen to the voice of their conscience. They will have an innate understanding that this voice has a strength and rationale which must be listened too and respected.”

“I’ve never had a problem with drugs. I’ve had problems with the police.”

— Keith Richards

“A painter’s got a canvas. The writer’s got reams of empty paper. A musician has silence.”

— Keith Richards

“I mean some doctor told me I had six months to live and I went to their funeral.”

— Keith Richards

“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy. Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.”

 Ludwig van Beethoven

“There’s been times when I’ve been standing in a line at a movie and someone’s hit me with something really heavy about someone really close and how our music has helped them get through it. Even in our darkest moments we try and find something beautiful.”

— Eddie Vedder

“It all started to seem the same after a while and you just become numb to it.”

— Ghislane Maxwell

“She was talking about humans as if they were disposable, for the purpose of sex, i was just furious. And I was fed up. I did not spot the red flags, but I did react very negatively. The fact that she was speaking about human beings in this horrible way was very offensive to me. But again, I thought she was discussing consensual adults here.”

— About Ghislane Maxwell (speaker unknown)

Sun in Mula Pada 1, Aries navamsha: Sun exalted in this Navamsha. Gives extra power to take initiative and rise up in life. One might say that due to their spiritual practices relating to Sun in Sagittarius Mula, that they develop a lot in in power, strength and vitality. They are the kind of person who shines a and expansive light that speaks out everywhere. Like shining a light in the fog or myst. The whole world seems to light up but it doesn’t penetrate very far. 

Sun in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha:

Sun in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha:

Sun in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha: They become more emotionally expressive. This seems to be the most dangerous pada; they either experience no consequences for the big, clear transgressions, while facing the most severe consequences for relatively inconsequential things. Actor Salman Khan got off from a hit and run that killed a man; but when he shot a dear without a permit he found big trouble. Ghislane Maxwell, who might herself identify as one of Epstein’s victims finds herself doing time for his crimes. And I’m sure Epstein was not one to express his power in a fair and consistent way. Interesting to see a few pimps along with repressive and communist leaders with a very strong sense of certainty for their ideology. They also tend to be overbearingly nationalistic or territorial. 

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Sun in Mula 1st house: Rules the 9th house for Sagittarius ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: “The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: “[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Phala Deepika: Sun in 1st leaves the person with “very little hair on their head, makes him inactive, short tempered, impetuous, tall haughty, has soiled eyes and a lean body. He is valiant, impatient and cruel hearted.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 1st house native “has thin hair, shows laziness in doing things, tends to be angry, has a very extreme temperament, is sensual or amorous, has diseases eyes, bodily dryness, is brave, lacks spirit of forgiveness and is cruel.” “They will suffer from bilious disorders: fever, chicken pox, croup, TB, irregular bowel movements (diarrhoea or constipation). He does not adjust well to those around him because he does not wish to conspire against anyone, and because he his frank and clear in his speech. They are prone to sudden anger but it’s short lived. He leads a life of freedom and independence as he does not like to lose his sense of originality which is lost when he works under others. They generally have righteous and moral conduct.”
  • B.V. Raman: Sun in the 1st house: “Strong moral nature, righteous minded, ambitious, love for power and tends to be well supported by good health and vitality. Cheerfulness and optimistic temperament help to ensure popularity. It adds respect to the personality and gives lofty motives. If with Saturn or Mars, it indicates scars and a hot constitution. The blood becomes impure and will be itches all over the body: fevers, inflammations and eye afflictions should also be anticipated.”
  • Chamatkar Chintamani: Sun in the 1st house: “The native is tall, distressed with wife, children and brethren. He suffers from biliousness; and who in foreign land, from financial ups and downs. The native with Sun in Lagna is issueless, happy, cruel, has poor appetite and defective sight. He is bold, modest, actor, studious, diligent, and is well placed in society. He makes progress and gets good luck. If in Pisces, the native develops connection with many women. If in Leo, he suffers night-blindness. The native is strong. If Sun is in masculine signs he will have few children and be discontented. If in female signs he will have a large family and be contented and happy. If in Aries, Leo, Sagittarius (fire signs) he is bold, unhappy and courteous; he may get measles or small pox in childhood. If in Aries, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, or Pisces he may be an actor. If in Cancer, Scorpio, Sagittarius or Pisces the native is a scholar and a virtuous man. If in Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn the native will work as an underdog. Sun in Cancer attracts him to his family. Sun in scorpio makes him a good doctor. If in fire signs the native is ambitious, short-tempered, dominating and sober. If in earthy signs the native is vain, impertinent, moody. Airy signs makes the native just, large-hearted, and has artistic and literary taste. Water signs draw him to women forgetting personal good. The sun during summer solstice bring disputes and makes him ego-centric and selfish. In winter solstice promotes divinity in the native. If exalted, well aspected or associated gives faith, confidence, natural ambition, positions of trust and influence and supports moral growth.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 1st house: “Native will be fortunate, prosperous, honoured by king or government, good natured, charming, honoured by the people.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 1st house: “The native becomes a self made man and earns much money through his efforts. If conjunct the ascendant lord and aspected by benefics the native is fortunate with riches and happiness.”
  • Commentary: Pope, father, padre. Father is typically the spiritual head of the family when they are young and these natives will often become high priests or professors themselves in some capacity. Shining with spiritual confidence, known for higher wisdom and knowledge, they typically take high visibility roles on the global stage, celebrity. They can be cruel, independent, mystical, bilious. Sun periods can signify a time of going away from ones professional duties to focus of ones spiritual path, university studies, or global humanistic travel. 
    • Pope Sixtus V (1), Swami Satchidananda Saraswati (3), Eddie Vedder (3), Ratan Tata (4), Jane Fonda (2), Sun conjunct Moon: Catherine of Aragon (3), Lucien Bouchard (3), Brad Pitt (1),

Sun in Mula 2nd house: Rules the 10th house for Scorpio ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in 2nd house will “deprive the native of learning, modesty and riches; and it will cause them to stammer.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 2nd houses “causes the native to remain without wealth, progeny and conveyance. They are intelligent, jealous of virtuous people, and living in another mans house.” “They are endowed jewels, gold, and silver; gifted in rhetoric, witty, and capable of winning one his enemy through courteous conduct.” “If there is even little malefic influence on this Sun then the native will suffer diseases to the mouth and disorders to the eyes. Their fat will be copper coloured. They pay close attention to the cleanliness of the house and the orderly maintenance of things. They will clash often with their own people, speech is commanding, family is large, and eyes are red. There occurs enmity between brothers when the division of paternal property is made.” “Sun conjunct Moon in the 2nd house can give alcohol addiction.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be wealthy, virtuous, honoured by king or government, charitable and endowed with paternal and other bliss.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 2nd house: “The native is fortunate, he rises well in life and makes a lot of money. He engages in the family trade and developed it. If malefic affect the 10th house he will suffer losses and be responsible for the decline of the family business. He will prosper in catering or restaurant business.”
    • Leslie Varanasi (4), Tariq K. (4), Brad Pitt (1), Alyssa Milano (2), Carston B. (2), 2nd from Moon: Ludwig Von Beethoven (2), Howard Hughes (4), Professional Madam (4),

Sun in Mula 3rd house: Rules the 11th house for Libra ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 3rd house will make a person “strong, brave, wealthy and generous, but unfriendly towards relatives.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in the 3rd house “gives sweet speech and makes a person very rich. One has conveyances and the joy of doing virtuous deeds. They have servants, a few brothers and are strong and healthy.” “It makes a person valiant and vigorous, quick in taking decisions which are often correct. They are rich in religious mentality, sattvic, they do hard penance and is and ascetic without malice, a benefactor to others. They are exceptionally enthusiastic in doing things and they achieve fame due to their virtues. They follow their plan with steadfast mind and firm determination; they do not change plans very often. This is not auspicious for younger brothers and may be the cause of death to elder brothers.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 3rd house: “The native will be skilful in all jobs, wealthy. Blessed with fraternal bliss and sometimes insure pains from gout.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 3rd house: “The native will be a concert singer or musician and earn thereby. Gain through brothers, many friends and helpful neighbours. Afflictions will give contrary results.”
    • John Graham Burge (2), Keith Richards (1), 3rd from Moon: Phil Donahue (2), Tenoya (2), Leslie Varanasi (4), Chelsea Manning (1), Steven Spielberg (2), Ratan Tata (4),

Sun in Mula 4th house: Rules the 12th house for Virgo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 4th house person will be “born without happiness, relatives, lands, friends or a house to live in. He will serve the ruler and waste away the ancestral property.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 4th “causes one to be devoid of happiness, conveyance, wealth. Paternal property is squandered and they will change residence many times.” “This position can also bring fame and praise in society, of higher status and a position of rank in comparison with other people of the community.” 
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 4th house: “The native will be devoid of maternal happiness and will day-by-day have losses in respect to lands, conveyances and houses. They native will sell his lands for wealth. Gemini and Leo ascendant will will completely destroy maternal bliss, but Scorpio and Aries ascendants will get special happiness from mother.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 4th house: “Early death for mother, mental restlessness, unnecessary worry, enmity with relatives and living abroad are some of the results. Suffering constant harassment from landlord, residence will be in an ordinary house. If well placed these negative indications are greatly mitigated. If Venus is strong the native will own conveyance but it will always give him trouble.”
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Sun in Mula 5th house: Rules the 1st house for Leo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 5th house person will be “bereft of happiness, riches and children and will be short lived. They will be intelligent and tour the forest regions.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in the 5th house “person is a devotee of Shiva & Parvati. They have a few issues and get happiness, but are devoid of wealth, doers of inauspicious deeds and have and erroring mind; mistaken intelligence.” “There can be great fear of abortion or miscarriage. Any slight malefic influence on this Sun can give disease of the heart or liver. Their power of intelligence is typically strong, but they can be careless with the exhilaration of an holy man.” 
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 5th house: “The native will have mediocre happiness though sons, the first born is not likely to live, he will be honourable, wrathful and a favourite of the king. Difficulty with first born is generally true if in the case of debilitation and may prove true for other ascendants if there is additional affliction; Sagittarius and Pisces ascendants will be particularly sensitive to affliction since Jupiter is said to be the destroyer of the effects of the house occupied by him.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 5th house: “The first child does not survive, not much happiness from children, short tempered, subservient and serving others. If fortified, he will be in the good graces of rules or powerful political parties and likely be absorbed into trade of diplomatic service. He will propitiate deities consistent with indications of the 5th lord.”
  • Commentary: Ideologically focused politics, theatre, drama. 
  • Tenoya (2), Janik Das (2), Alex Georgia (1), Justine Trudeau (4), 5th from Moon: Keith Richards (1), Eddie Vedder (3), Lydia S. (3),

Sun in Mula 6th house: Rules the 2nd house for Cancer ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 6th can make a person into “a famous king of good qualities; wealthy and victorious against enemies.” “Fear of fever.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in the 6th house native “remains happy, destroys their enemies, are strong and have expensive nice conveyance. They are valiant a valorous and are a minister to the king.” “Brings evil to the uncles (mother’s brothers) and cattle. As strong sun gives strong resistance to disease, but one will have to experience that themselves. They will have a strong digestion. If the Sun is strongly afflicted here he can bring serious disease of the heart, cancer, bones, back ache, urinary diseases. These are typically the diseases we have to learn to live with rather than those that kill us as represented in the 8th house.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 6th house: “If conjunct a benefic the native will earn wealth from his enemies. If with a malefic he will have losses through his enemies and be weak thighed. For Aries ascendant, debilitated Venus will bring loss of wealth, clashes with family, weakness to wives health, depression in her, conflict in marital relations, loss of family wealth, loss though partner and friends, and deterioration of sexual energy. For other ascendants the general effects are: 1. Theft of money, 2. Loss of valuables like jewellery, 3. Litigation over paternal property, 4. Money lent out is not returned, 5. Obstruction of incoming wealth, 6. Disease of the nose, face or teeth, 7. Fear of water for the spouse and fear of her collapse during a journey or something.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 6th house: “Income and expenditure from enemies. He will suffer from defects or diseases in the anus or thighs. Amassing of wealth by black-marketing, dissent, dissimulation and by casting misunderstandings and troubles between friends and relatives and through questionable and suspicious dealings can be anticipated is 2nd lord conjoins 6th lord and is well fortified. If afflicted he will be involved in troubles and sentenced for such crimes as breach of trust, forgeries and perjuries.”
  • Commentary: They tend to talk about the imbalance and injustice of the world, war, sickness, crime, unfair ideologies, criminal theories, enemy beliefs. Can appear critical and argumentative, they tend to remember slights against them. It’s also possible that they come from a distinguished military family, doctors or lawyers and they can easily play politics with the policies or services that guide addiction, debt, crime, litigation, war, poverty, and how to deal with marginalised people, pets. Good position for the social sciences. 
  • They can use their authority to solve problems in their life, but like most benefits of 6th house, they are learned the hard way, but facing a lot of problems from authority which seems to have an imbalanced application, and perhaps a political or ideological basis. One father (the one who raises us) suffers due to his ideology and there is often a lost of trust or faith in the father or authority figures. Of course additional afflictions will harm the fathers character, health or indebtedness. High blood pressure can be a problem, occasional meltdowns, biliousness and the kinds of heart problems that go with that. The heat of Sun in Mula 6th house can increase uric acid and crystallisation in the body which can cause kidney stones or bouts of gout. 
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Sun in Mula 7th house: Rules the 3rd house for Gemini ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 7th will cause one “to suffer the displeasure of rulers and be disabled. He will wander without wife and suffer humiliation.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 7th house person “remains without property, his body seems lacklustre; he is fearful and diseased, bad natured, remains distressed due to fear of royal punishment and has a weak body.” “Exceptional wealth can occasionally be found by establishing an industry in partnership with someone else.”
  • B.V. Raman: Sun in the 7th house: “The native will be fair and have thinning hair. He will have few friends and finds difficulty getting along with other people. Marriage is delayed and troubled. He will be fond of traveling and have loose morals. He likes foreign things and unique things. His wife character will be of questionable and the native runs the risk of disgrace through women. He will incur the displease of government and suffer humiliation. He will be deformed.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 7th house: “The native will have aptitude for serving the king, he will not be happy during childhood but there can be no doubt that he will get happiness in the end.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 7th house: “May experience displeasure of the rulers and authority. Many vicissitudes in life. Much suffering in childhood. The union will be unfortunate. Danger while travelling. If well fortified there will be cordial feeling between brothers. When the 7th lord is in lagna one of the brothers will settle in a foreign country and will help the native.”
    • Steven Spielberg (2), 7th from Moon: Alex Georgia (1), Lizette (3), Pope Sixtus V (1),

Sun in Mula 8th house: Rules the 4th house for Taurus ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 8th will cause “loss of wealth and friends, and one will be short lived. Eyesight will be defective or lost.” “Death from fire, high fever, bile or weapon.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 8th house “gives small eyes, eye disease is possible. The native has many enemies, is wrathful, dull witted, has scarce wealth and a weak body.” “Dim eye-sight, loss of paternal wealth, mental anguish and suffering, deprivation of good conduct and decay of vitality. They lack enthusiasm and liveliness and they may suffer broken bones. Gives distress and adversity in old age.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Sun in the 8th house: “If in exaltation he lives long, he’s charming and an eloquent speaker. If this Sun is afflicted he will be troubled by sores on the face and head and be disgruntled with life. His eyes will be weak. He will suffer penury and an uneventful life. If associated with the 8th or the 11th he may gain monetary benefits suddenly or through speculation. He will have limited progeny; mostly males.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 8th house: “The native will be devoid of domestic and other comforts, will not get much paternal happiness and be equal to a neuter. The native may be separated from his place of birth and may live in secrecy or in hiding. The person may have an aptitude for occult sciences like astrology, tantra, mantra siddhi etc. The native may be prone to addictions, his conveyance will be stolen and/or badly damaged in an accident. The native lacks popularity.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 8th house: “The person becomes miserable. Father dies early. He will either be impotent or lose in sex life. He will also likely loose landed properties or face litigation.”
  • Kuhu Yoga: 4th lord in the 6th, 8th or 12th house. “The native will be bereft of mother, conveyances, friends, happiness, ornaments, relations. The person will be unemployed and without a place of living having lost the one owned by him or her associating with low people of the opposite sex.”
  • Commentary:  They often live in a secretive masked environment. Women are likely to seek protection and security through sexual relationships and one-night stands. They will, at some point in their life open up pandoras box. 
    • Arti Yadov (4), Ghislaine Maxwell (4), Chelsea Manning (1), Charly (1), 8th from Moon: Steve Austin (2), Donovan Bailey (1), Dene (2), Alyssa Milano (2), Tsunami 2004 (3), Sarah Yogi (4),

Sun in Mula 9th house: Rules the 5th house for Aries ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 9th house causes one to “lose their father, but the one will have children and relatives and revere the gods and brahmins.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 9th house “keeps the person engaged in doing the rites of his religion and endowed with noble and excellent intellect. Happiness from son and friends, but enmity towards mothers family.” “A strong Sun gives a religious attitude, patriotism, ascetic with reverence for elders and teachers. Their sons make good progress, their partner is virtuous, and their fathers heath is sound, and he himself is long-lived. Reputed for good and virtuous deeds, and gets distinctions from the king, and collects great wealth.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Sun in the 9th house: “The native may change his faith if the Sun is afflicted or poorly placed. He will show hostel feelings towards his father and lack respect for elders and preceptors. If Sun is not afflicted he will be a dutiful son with regard for spiritual pursuits. If conjunct Moon: eye troubles. With Venus: sickness and ailments. Health will be ordinary and the native gets little patrimony. He will be ambitious and enterprising.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 9th house: “The native will be a prince, an illustrious author and illustrious in his own family. Confers the native with learning, fame, wealth and honour. The natives sons are given the honour of princes.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 9th house: “He will become a teacher or a preceptor. Renovated ancient temples, wells, choultries and gardens. One of the sons attains distinction as an orator or author. If the lord is afflicted he will earn divine wrath and consequent destruction of fortune.”
    • Lizette (3), Donovan Bailey? (1), Pirooz (3), Pope Francis (1), 9th from Moon: Bill Ayers (4), Carlos Castaneda (4), Emmanuel Macron (2), Gigi Poolesland (1), Russia (3), Arti Yadov (4),

Sun in Mula 10th house: Rules the 6th house for Pisces ascendant. Digbala.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 10th “will bless the native with sons, vehicles, tributes, wisdom, wealth, strength and fame. They will rise to kingship.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 10th house “endows the native with right intellect and wisdom, wealth, conveyance, royal favour, and the happiness of a son. They give reverence to saints and are endowed with gems and jewels.” “If there is no malefic influence they get fame, benefits and profits from government. Favourable for father. They like to celebrate festivals and marriages with great pomp and show.”
  • B.V. Raman: Sun in the 10th “The native get success in all his undertakings, will have sons, vehicles, fame, intelligence, money and power. He will be strong and happy and employed in government service. He will get ancestral wealth, be fond of music and have person magnetism.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 10th house: “The native will be illustrious in his family, will not be a devoted son but will be a good speaker who finds happiness in foreign countries. The 6th house relates with chemistry, enemies, fights, debts and diseases, therefore, the natives career relates with these things and he may study chemistry, military science, law, or medicine.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 10th house: “If well-fortified: sinful and destructive nature. Poses as an orthodox and pious man but is really unscrupulous in regard to religious matters. When the lord is weak: dismissal, formidable enemies, low-life, beggar.”
    • Lucien Bouchard (3), 10th from Moon: Rahul B. (1), Justine Trudeau (4), John Graham Burge (2), Tariq K. (4),

Sun in Mula 11th house: Rules the 7th house for Aquarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 11th “will grant the native longevity and wealth. He will be the ruler and know no sorrows.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 11th house “native has a love for music and singing. He has a great interest in completing virtuous deeds. They are rich and receive glory, honour and profit from the king.” “This person makes big plans and achieves success. They can be ambitious, make huge profits, get favours from powerful friends, and attain a place of distinction in society.”
  • B.V. Raman: Sun in the 11th house: “The person lives for a long time and becomes wealthy. He will have wife, children and servants. He gets royal and governmental favour and achieves success without much effort. He will be sagacious and principled.”
  • B.V. Raman & BPHS: 7th lord in the 11th house: “The native will gain wealth through their partner, will get less happiness from sons and will have more daughters than sons.”
    • Salman Khan (4), Phil Donahue (2), Steve Austin (2), 11th from Moon: Charly (1), Swami Satchidananda Saraswati (3),

Sun in Mula 12th house: Rules the 8th house for Capricorn ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Sun in the 12th house “will cause discord between the native and his father, defect his vision, leaving him without wealth or children.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Sun in 12th house “causes the eyesight of the native to be weak, his ideas clash with the father and the mind bends towards improper conduct and thinking is opposed to every accepted assumption and common sense.” “This is an inauspicious place for sun: eye trouble, bodily pain, trouble to the uncle, losses and troubles in travel. They may be educated in a foreign country, have trouble with the government, and think about thing opposed to morality and religion. These natives are selfless, have the spirit of renunciation, are of wrathful disposition and remain as if intoxicated. If this Sun has malefic influences they may suffer kidney stones, failure in politics and have to visit a prison.” Sun conjunct Moon in the 12th house can give alcohol addiction. Additional malefic influence will certainly give problems to the eyes and heart.”
  • B.V. Raman: Sun in the 12th house: “The native may take to an immoral life and engage himself in vile occupations. He will not be quite successful in life and may feel neglected by all. He may suffer the loss of some time and have poor eyesight. He will however, be energetic and have sons.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 12th house: “Native will squander wealth on evil deeds and be short lived; even more so if conjunct a malefic planet.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 12th house: “If with the 12th lord there will be Raja Yoga. If benefics join the 8th lord unfavourable results are to be expected. Treachery of friends will result in many problems and grief. Unexpected expenditure will arise and there may me pecuniary losses. If the 12th lord is well placed in a a trine or quadrant there will be gain or religious learning and piety. Some post or seat of authority may be thrust upon him with all the attendant paraphernalia. If afflicted by malefic the native may resort to vicious clandestine acts like rape, counterfeit currency, adultery, smuggling and deceit.”
    • Tsunami 2004 (3), Emmanuel Macron (2), Josef Stalin (2), Mao (4), Patricia (1), Carlos Castaneda (4), Ludwig Von Beethoven (2), 12th from Moon: Janik Das (2), Pope Francis (1), Salman Khan (4), Pirooz (3), Baba Ramdev (4),

Moon in Mula 

“Struggle is the father of all things. It is not by the principles of humanity that man lives or is able to preserve himself above the animal world, but solely by means of the most brutal struggle.”

 Adolf Hitler

“Change your opinions, keep to your principles; change your leaves, keep intact your roots.” “If I speak, I am condemned. If I stay silent, I am damned!”

— Victor Hugo

“So long as there shall exist, by reason of law and custom, a social condemnation, which, in the face of civilisation, artificially creates hells on earth, and complicates a destiny that is divine with human fatality; so long as the three problems of the age—the degradation of man by poverty, the ruin of women by starvation, and the dwarfing of childhood by physical and spiritual night—are not solved; so long as, in certain regions, social asphyxia shall be possible; in other words, and from a yet more extended point of view, so long as ignorance and misery remain on earth, books like this cannot be useless.”

— Victor Hugo (from the preface of “Les Miserables”

“I don’t mind what happens. That is the essence of inner freedom. It is a timeless spiritual truth: release attachment to outcomes, deep inside yourself, you’ll feel good no matter what.”

— Jiddu Krishnamurti

“The ability to observe without evaluating is the highest form of intelligence”.

— Jiddu Krishnamurti

“A cup is useful only when it is empty; and a mind that is filled with beliefs, with dogmas, with assertions, with quotations is really an uncreative mind.”

 — Jiddu Krishnamurti

“Fear begins and ends with the desire to be secure; inward and outward security, with the desire to be certain, to have permanency. The continuity of permanence is sought in every direction, in virtue, in relationship, in action, in experience, in knowledge, in outward and inward things. To find security and be secure is the everlasting cry. It is this insistent demand that breeds fear.”

— Jiddu Krishnamurti

“Faith is like an empty, open hand stretched out towards God, with nothing to offer and everything to receive.”

— John Calvin

“For the foetus, though enclosed in the womb of its mother, is already a human being, and it is a monstrous crime to rob it of the life which it has not yet begun to enjoy. If it seems more horrible to kill a man in his own house than in a field, because a man’s house is his place of most secure refuge, it ought surely to be deemed more atrocious to destroy a foetus in the womb before it has come to light.”

— John Calvin

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

 Thomas A. Edison

“Negative results are just what I want. They’re just as valuable to me as positive results. I can never find the thing that does the job best until I find the ones that don’t.”

 Thomas A. Edison

“Restlessness is discontent — and discontent is the first necessity of progress. Show me a thoroughly satisfied man — and I will show you a failure.”

 Thomas A. Edison

“When people count me out, that gets me motivated.” “I simply don’t accept losing well. I just feel whatever it takes to win, you have to do it.” “I hate to lose. Sometimes, I let my emotions get out of control.” “I’ve learned not to be as maniacal as I used to be.”

— Ed Belfour

“If other people do not understand our behaviour — so what? Their request that we must only do what they understand is an attempt to dictate to us. If this is being ‘asocial’ or ‘irrational’ in their eyes, so be it. Mostly they resent our freedom and our courage to be ourselves. We owe nobody an explanation or an accounting, as long as our acts do not hurt or infringe on them.”

— Erich Fromm

“An illusion shared by everyone becomes a reality.” “Love is the child of freedom, never that of domination.”

— Erich Fromm

“When a person realizes he has been deeply heard, his eyes moisten. I think in some real sense he is weeping for joy. It is as though he were saying, “Thank God, somebody heard me. Someone knows what it’s like to be me” “What is most personal is most universal.” “there is direction but there is no destination”

 Carl R. Rogers

The classics say that one born with moon in Mula will be wise, proud honourable, eloquent, happy, rich, but dishonest, ungrateful, indigent and prone to diseases and theft marring his happiness. He will be fortunate, wealthy, haughty, happy, of unsteady in mind, eldest among co-born and will be a king of a gentle nature, compassionate disposition, firm-minded and luxurious in his living and practicing non-violence.. The native will trouble others, will ensure progress of others’ work, be a liar, lustful and slim. (The classics: Hora Sara, Varahamihira, Brihat Samhita, Sage Narada, Jataka Parijata.)

They are usually compassionate and capable of taking the witness perspective, perhaps even a kind of cultural relativism that puts them at odds with their own culture. This also suggests that they maintain somewhat clouded beliefs, One way or another they will find themselves in the eye of the storm. Other positions will determine if they get carried away by it; however they most likely will numerous times in their lives.   We find many of them living some kind of spiritual life, but they may be new-agey and cultish. They will be involved in many accidents but they manage to get through most of them battered, bruised and changed. They often take a more spiritual and philanthropic path afterwards; though of course few manage to actually change their ways and must go on top the next calamity. Alcohol and sex addictions are common with Mula placements; but most of their lives tend to go against dharma in some way. Females seem more prone to sexual addiction. Both sexes are likely to feel more than their fair share or emotional chaos due to their proclivity to ignore the emotional sides of life.  

They are conceited, wealthy, luxurious, kind-hearted, happy resolute. Druggists, dealers in flowers, resolute. They are like an accident waiting to happen, but they are often oblivious to their own destruction capabilities and don’t see themselves as being the source of the calamity though it often the case that they are; they just call it bad luck and move on. The redeeming quality of this destruction is that is leader the native more and more towards faith in god and surrender to the awesome powers of the universe. 

Some of these natives are found to use steroids to get the expansive effect of of this asterism, of course they weren’t thinking about the long term consequences of this action. There are certainly some big boys in this group: wrestlers and body builders. 

Bepin Behari says that when the Moon is in Sagittarius “the attraction towards pristine existence, the desire for closer association with higher influences will be greatly pronounced.”

Moon in Moola Pada 1, Aries navamsha: are poor, protect their relatives, specially for the sake of money, pure, endowed with good qualities, peaceful, learned and strong. They lose their father and suffer from piles. They are orientated towards the material world, respect from society, wealth, winning. Fair complexion, shining teeth, piercing eyes, aggressive ideology, beautiful nose. They want to use ideology or dogma to destroy their enemies, conquer. One astrologer said that pada 1 natives have small testicles, but I have. Assertive and aggressive to get to the depth, the bottom of things. They do whatever it takes. Athletics, sports, detectives who go above and beyond to find the truth. Arrogant, self-centred, focused on self-respect, lover of philosophical conversation, and talking about past adventures. Progressive.

Moon in Moola Pada 2, Taurus navamsha: Moon is exalted in the navamsha. They suffer from the loss of their mother, kind hearted, like milky, rice and jaggery, endowed with good vehicles, endure some enjoyment, loved by people, respected, attract women, interested in doing good jobs, and loved by his relatives. Thy tend use speech in an emotional way, they have many comforts. They might find wealth, stability and comforts from religious or ideological family without fully embracing that ideology themselves. This can leave a lot of calamity in their wake. However they can be hard working, have excellent foresight and a focused and successful material life

Moon in Moola Pada 3, Gemini navamsha: are wealthy, spendthrifts, good speakers, learned astrologers, speak with great obedience, indulge in all jobs, collectors of a library of books, most intelligent, wise, and respected by kings. They are very much capable of creating a deceptive self-narrative, and face few consequences fo their communications. These people are good at manipulating people through the media. Even what we think about Thomas Edison was mostly an image crafted for mass consumption during age when the maverick inventor lone inventor was all the rage. Intellectual, practical, life work balance, they do not compromise their ideals which causes them to sacrifice material prosperity, 

Moon in Moola Pada 4, Cancer navamsha: In the service to the king or government, commanders of army, helping nature, sexy, probably affected by mild tuberculosis. They speak like a women and know the mind of others; they are learned, strong, pure, peaceful, endowed with good qualities and protectors of people. They love water sports some, like Schwarzenegger and Andre the giant have seen a very watery expansion to their bodies. They are said to be sensitive, loving, supportive, parental figures. The emotional side can cause them imbalances in their personality. 

Stephane Abrial (Nato Commander (3)), Henri Matisse (1), Jiddu Krishnamurti (1), Rupert Murdoch (1), Charles Lindbergh (1), Neil Armstrong (1), Nigel Farage (1), Michael D. (1), Charlie Sheen (1), Martha Stewart (1), Margaret Trudeau (1), Ann Coulter (1), Kushi A. (1), Sharvangi Varanasi (1), Emma Watson (1), Jann Arden (1), Bhupendra Shuk (1), Kuntidevi (1), Christine C. (1), Sandeep Singh (1), Anthony Hopkins (1), Jeff Bezos (2), Jacques Chirac (2), Victor Hugo (2), Reverend Billy Graham (2), John Calvin (2), Sri Aurobindo (2), Erich Fromm (2), Larry King (2), Hans Asperger (2), Isambard Kingdom Brunel (2), Catherine of Aragon (2), Anais Nin (2), Rose McGowan (2), Chi Friend (2), Oonagh Shanley-Toffolo (2), Brian H. (2), Sex Pistols (2), Trent Reznor (2), Reece Witherspoon (3), Larry Page (3), The Rock (3), Niki Lauda (3), Michael Moore (3), Bernard Montgomery (WWII Commander (3)), Joseph Goebbels (3), Saddam Hussein (3), Thomas Edison (3), Hitler (4), Charles Koch (4), Ed Belfour (4), Andre the Giant (4), Arnold Schwarzenegger (4), Robert Curry (4), Michael Douglas (4), Carl Rogers (4), Rishabh N. (4), Channer (4), Mathilde B. (4), Melina Trump (4), AOC (4), Bhavani K. (4), Liya (4), Carla Van Ray (God’s Callgirl (4)), ///

Moon in Mula 1st house: Rules the 8th house for Sagittarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: “The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: “[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Phala Deepika: “Waxing moon in the 1st house provides and strong body and long life, power, wealth and freedom from fear.” Waning moon in the 1st house is “just the opposite.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in the 1st house “with malefic influence causes the native to lack restraint and do base and evil deeds, they may be deaf or dumb, disabled.” Malefic influences will have a powerful effect on both moon and ascendant when the moon is here as there is no secondary ascendant to defuse some of the affliction, so even minor afflictions may be acutely felt.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Moon in the 1st house: “The native becomes fanciful and romantic, a moderate eater. Considerable restlessness is usually tempered by an easy-going disposition. The fortune is generally changing. It makes one an idealist, a great traveller and explore. If conjunct Saturn, the mind will always be worried. If with Mars, women will suffer mensural disorders. Sociability tends to be a strong feature. He will be successful in professions that bring him in contact with the masses. Conjunct Rahu can give hysterical tendencies. Conjunct Jupiter elevates the mind.”
  • BPHS & B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 1st house: “The native will be bereft of bodily pleasures, be a detractor of gods and brahmins and have wounds.”
  • Commentary: An agent of social transformations and destruction. One’s own personal identity and body will undergo radical change. May identifies as a social ideological outcast. May live a high risk lifestyle with many brushes with death; may be always on the edge. A crisis-junky identified with many taboos, and emotional volatility, they might themselves act as caretakers of those suffering traumatic abuse while perpetuating it on others. A wounded healer caught up in cycles of catastrophe and comfort. Their lives are often cut short. They might, however, have undisclosed sources of rejuvenation and protection. They often exude mystery, sexuality, death; everyone knows they are trouble, but they are often the ones who are there to comfort even the most dispossessed.
  • For better or worse they can be emotionally sensitive, but also sensitive to the changes (the waxing and waning) of their body. Personal identity is important to them and they usually reflect what is in their surrounding area as they typically like to fit in. They tend towards emotional attachments. Tends towards a fair complexion and rounded edges to the body unless combust by the Sun. This rounding doesn’t necessarily make a person fat, it just softens the contours which can give woman a little more padding in her momma parts, breasts and hips; but this softening isn’t usually as appreciated on men. The classics suggest that Moon in Moola keep s a person fairly slim so we can expect this even with Moon in 1st. As a typical rule we can say that the fuller the moon in 1st, the rounder the curves. One’s mother might be a disruptive force and one might be just like their mother. They might also find themselves greatly changed by taking on parental duties, the detachment of Mula can allow them to take on caring humanistic and idealistic roles in society. 
  • Moon periods can be exceptionally transformative bringing change to ones whole body, personality and identity possibly do to accidents or surgeries. But this Moon can also cloak their true identity both because of moon being 8th lord, but also because the the dusty cloud of Mula. 
    • Anthony Hopkins (1), Christine C. (1), Rupert Murdoch (1), Trent Reznor (2), Isambard Kingdom Brunel (2),

Moon in Mula 2nd house: Rules the 9th house for Scorpio ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 2nd will make one “rich, very learned, soft spoken, blessed with all worldly pleasures, but occasionally stammering.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: “Full moon in 2nd house brings prosperity, happiness, humility, progeny, good looks and wealth. Slim moon in 2nd causes the native to be a liar, penurious, has little intelligence, lacks foresight and has a narrow outlook on life. He cannot estimate his means, resources, or the situation in order to do anything or turn a profit.” 
  • BPHS & B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be learned, popular, wealthy, lustful, and blessed with happiness for wife and sons. No planet is debilitated in this position.”
  • Commentary: Identified with the mothers lineage and family wealth. They are emotionally sensitive speakers, close with their family and may have a fairly large family. They might like salt and eat soup or a more liquid diet (unless moon is combust) Sun or Mars with this moon will give fire water and Venus can give a preference for wine. In regards to wealth these folks typically live comfortably, a kind of middle class person who sees their bank account wax and wane but doesn’t have to worry about it too much: not uber rich, but “comfortable.” Family wealth is usually passed down. 
    • Charles Lindbergh (first solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic (1)), Robert Curry (4), Michael D. (1), Margaret Trudeau (1), Kushi A. (1),

Moon in Mula 3rd house: Rules the 10th house for Libra ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 3rd supports “lascivious brothers, gives one strength but makes very miserly.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 3rd house “tends to make a person violent, given to pride, miserly, lacking intelligence, dependent on relatives, devoid of kindness but without fear. If Moon is full they will have vitality and vigour, an invisible desire to live, and strength to fight against disease. If a slim moon has malefic influence here, the native is stupid, insolent, impolite, making decisions without thinking.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 3rd house: “The native enjoys happiness from brothers and servants. He will be valorous, eloquent and truthful.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 3rd house: “The native has to travel constantly on short journeys. He will be a speaker, writer or celebrity if the 10th lord is well placed. His brothers may be instrumental in helping with his career in some way. If this planet is poorly placed by sign, nakshatra or in navamsha (6th, 8th, or 12th navamsha) the natives rise will be slow and beset with obstacles. If the 3rd lord is also afflicted, rivalry between brothers may lead to reversals and obstacles to ones career.”
  • Commentary: 
    • Rishabh N. (4), Kuntidevi (1), Martha Stewart (1), Jann Arden (1), John Calvin (2), Michael Douglas (4), Chi Friend (2), Victor Hugo (2),

Moon in Mula 4th house: Rules the 11th house for Virgo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 4th house makes a person “happy, enjoying sensual pleasures, liberal in gifted, having dependable friends, vehicles and fame.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 4th house “allows the native to gain from products of the water: fish, pearls, corals, conches, etc. they get happiness of agricultural land, wife, conveyance, son, etc. They are devoted to gods and brahmins.” “The native may inherit or succeed a kingdom, they will be happy when the people of their home are happy, but they will not be happy in childhood. They are popular in their home place but change residence, they have good health and the mother is long lived. They get the affection and cooperation of their mother, conveyance, cattle, mental peace and good health.” 
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 4th house: “The native will have gains from his maternal relatives, will make pilgrimages, and will possess, happiness, house and lands. They will earn wealth through the sale and purchase of lands, transport, agriculture, nursery, etc.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 4th house: “One acquires profit through real estate, rentals and products of the earth. His mother will be cultures and distinguished. He will be renown for his learning and scholarship in various subjects. He will live in comfort and enjoy all joys of life. He will have a devoted and charming wife.”
  • Commentary: Profit from farming, land, real-estate, schooling, civil infrastructure, and teaching (potentially unlicensed). Maybe a source of change in the educational system. They bring knowledge of complex systems to the home culture. Many be an activist for small scale solutions. This is like the person who gains by transforming a local culture into a tourist attraction. Some could argue that it protects the local culture from complete disintegration; while others might point out that the cure is as bad as the illness. They can nonetheless gain from land stewardship, protective services, and education. They might have a guest house, ashram or school that is frequented by people from around the world. Home is typically an open space  By following the natural cycles, seasonal festivals, and rhythms of the earth. 
    • Oonagh Shanley-Toffolo (2), Bhupendra Shuk (1), Sharvangi Varanasi (1), Catherine of Aragon (2), Mathilde B. (4), Erich Fromm (2), Andre the Giant (4), Emma Watson (1), The Rock (3),

Moon in Mula 5th house: Rules the 12th house for Leo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 5th house has “good sons, wisdom, a gentle gate and is a minister to the ruler.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 5th house “allows one to subdue their passions and senses, they may be an aesthetic, they are truthful, cheerful, full of wealth, progeny, comforts and happiness; they are of noble disposition.” “Strong Moon here gives a clear and pure mind, exceptional memory, ability to make clear and successful plans and investment. But if the Moon is weak here the effects may be reversed. If Moon is in a female sign they may worship Goddess Durga and be devoted to wife and children. 
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 5th house: “The native will be bereft of sons or learning. He will spend money and go on pilgrimages in order to beget a son. The native may get his learning in a foreign country, which brings great expense. If weak he will remain in his own country but go stay in a hostel for his education.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 5th house: “Either difficulty to beget progeny or unhappiness from children will be experienced. He will be religious minded and may undertake pilgrimages. Weak minded and suffering mental aberrations; he feels he in miserable. He will not succeed in agriculture as his crops will suffer from pests and disease.”
  • Commentary: They often have a great love for children and can lose themselves in play. They make good teachers of early education but their intellect and imagination may also be that of a child. They like to be around creative childlike nature, they are comfortable as the centre of attention. One may be distant from one’s children or seek to keep them out of the spotlight that you live under. Child could grow to be very spiritual; perhaps setting off on pilgrimage or going to private school at a young age. They may be a performer of spiritual rituals belonging to a distant land or a time long passed. One may have expenses related to children, child-support, alimony.
    • Bhavani K. (4), Nigel Farage (1), Henri Matisse (1),  Brian Huo (2), Charles Koch (4),

Moon in Mula 6th house: Rules the 1st house for Cancer ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 6th house “shortens ones life span. One is ignorant, suffers stomach ailments and has to face humiliation.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 6th house “makes the person suffer indigestion and gives them a tendency to be cruel, exceptionally lazy, severe, evil, given to anger and having many enemies.” “The native does not bear discipline put in him by anyone else and will not sleep until he subdues the opponent. This native will have poor relations with their mother and many enemies. They lack appetite and tend towards professions which demand less enterprise, have a fondness for litigation, a smaller family, and a weak body. They can be fierce and practical.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 6th house: “The native will be deprived of bodily pleasures. If this ascendant lord is under malefic influence without benefic influence he will be troubled by an enemy and will remain sickly. A well placed planet her with benefic influence will make the person exercise loving, found of wrestling and yoga and other practices that care for the body and keep a person strong and healthy.”
  • Ava Yoga: 1st lord in the 6th, 8th or 12th house. “The person might be of no significance, unknown and of no importance to others; possibly short lived and poor. Humiliation, company of the wicked, bad behaviour and unsteady position are descriptive of the persons life.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 6th house: “In addition to the results produced by the lord of the 1st in the 3rd, there will also be debt which may be liquidated during the dasha of the 1st lord. When fortified, the native joins the army. Becomes a commander or ever commander and chief provided the lords dasha operates at the opportune time. Or, he may become head of medical or health services or and expert physician or surgeon. All influences should be suitably balanced.” 
  • Commentary: Personally identified with ideological war, ancient wrongs, holding grudges. They usually suffer from emotional problems that are plain for everyones to see, but few would want to cross them; they can be very vengeful. Arguments and accusations that are ultimately empty, vacuous, and without foundation. Random acts of agression. And of course Mars in Moola gives them no accountability to their actions. 
  • Stephane Abrial has Mars and Rahu  conjunct with Saturn aspecting his Moon in 6th house. No doubt a powerful commander in times of war who will do anything to win; including cheating and false allegations. We can make some comparisons between Hitler’s chart and Abrial’s. The first thing we notice is the Rahu Ketu difference. Hitler has Jupiter in the 6th and Abrial has Jupiter aspecting the 6th house from the 12th. I suspect that Abrial is more involved with using the speed of ideology in foreign countries to defeat his enemies; while for Hitler it was the ideology itself that they were fighting over. Of course his animosity against the Jews (a faith based group represented by 9th house, Jupiter and Sagittarius, but since the 6th lord is in the 6th house, he would have enmity with all kinds of “otherness.” For Hitler, Ketu, elimination was the final solution fo this enemies. And of course with Jupiter & Ketu his list of enemies quickly grew and spread with out boundary. With Rahu Mars Moon Abrial would be much more aggressive and provocative with his enemies. He would seek to win through escalation, false flags, provocations until the enemy backed down. Hitlers Moon with Ketu & Jupiter brought unlimited war.
    • Hitler (4), Joseph Goebbels (Moon is hemmed between Saturn & Rahu(3)), Bernard Montgomery (WWII Commander (3)), Stephane Abrial (Nato Commander (3)), Saddam Hussein (3), Carl Rogers (4), Sri Aurobindo (2), Melina Trump (4), AOC (4), Sharvangi Varanasi (1), Reece Witherspoon (3),

Moon in Mula 7th house: Rules the 2nd house for Gemini ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 7th give “attractive personality and good looks. One marries a young and charming damsel and there is much love between the two.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 7th house “native gets extremely proud, love-sick or lustful. They have a lean body, are devoid of wealth, politeness or humility.” “The native is exceptionally influenced by his wife.”
  • B.V. Raman: Moon in the 7th house: “The native will be passionate and easily roused to jealousy. Mother may die when the native is young. Marital partner may be good-looking but the native will seek other women. Narrow-minded but sociable, he will be energetic and successful in life. He hails from a good family if the moon is waxing and otherwise strong. He will suffer pain in the groin. He will be stingy. If Moon is waning he will always be quarrelling with enemies.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 7th house: “The native will travers other’s wives and will be a physician. If this 2nd lord is conjunct a malefic the natives wife will be a harlot. The natives spouse may have secret addictions. Poor relationship with partner and eventual divorce is common. For Gemini ascendant the native will have relations with older partners of the opposite sex who are endowed with practical abilities. It may not be possible for the ones spouse to remain faithful.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 7th house: “Likely to become a healer. Laxity of morals will mark both husband and wife and much money will be wasted on the gratification of the senses. When the 2nd lord conjoins the 7th lord and they are well fortified there will be an influx of wealth through foreign sources. The native will take journeys to foreign countries for business. When Rashi, navamsha, or constellation held by the 2nd lord happens to be a feminine one he will benefit by contact with women.”
    • Michael Moore (3), Larry Page (3), Sex Pistols (2), Arnold Schwarzenegger (4), Anais Nin (2),

Moon in Mula 8th house: Rules the 3rd house for Taurus ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 8th makes one “suffer from disease and shortens the life span.” “Death may come from cholera, water disease like jalodara, ascites or pulmonary disease in general.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 8th house “has a decayed body due to having many diseases, is extremely penurious and poor. He gets trouble from enemies and the king and remains restless in mind and heart.” “If the Moon is weak they will be short lived suffering from many diseases. The native fears accidents. This moon rouses their curiosity for mystery sciences like astrology, tantra, tarot. A weak moon here will cause the native to be involved in disputes over the mothers will. They will change residence often; moving from city to city. The will be disappointment, nervous disorder, worries, mental conflict, psychological problems, eye trouble, water born disease and fainting spells.”
  • B.V. Raman: Moon in the 8th house: “The native is subject to mental aberration. He is apprehensive and suffered from mental complexes. He will be capricious and unhealthy. The native may loose his mother in infancy or boyhood. He will be slender and eyesight will be weak. He acquires possessions easily through legacies and inheritance. He will be fond of fighting and amusement and be large hearted. The native suffers from excess perspiration. If Mars and Saturn conjoin this Moon the natives eye-sight will be afflicted.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 8th house: “The native will be a thief, will derive his livelihood from serving others and will be killed by the king. The native himself becomes the cause of his own death, he is given to criminality due to which they receive the capital punishment. They have proven to be inborn criminal. They also tend towards suicide. If a malefic is in the 8th house he functions as an opponent towards ones longevity that provokes to commit suicide.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 8th house: “Involvement in a criminal case or false allegations. Trouble on account of a death or bequests. Marriage is unfortunate. Career will not be smooth, victim of misfortune. Suffers from serious or dangerous disease and looses his younger brother.”
    • Charlie Sheen (1), Neil Armstrong (1), Thomas Edison (3), Rose McGowan (2), Niki Lauda (3),

Moon in Mula 9th house: Rules the 4th house for Aries ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: make one “effluent, virtuous, blessed with children; he is victorious and all his enterprise is crowned with success from the outset.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 9th house “endows the native with wife and sone, a fondness for Puranic literature and stories, and a desire to do auspicious deeds and go on pilgrimage.” “People, especially women will have a feeling of respect and reverence around such a person. If the 7th lord is involved they will become lovers and might marry into such a relationship. They become popular of their good deeds and philanthropic works. The native gains lands, conveyances, harmonious atmosphere in domestic life, physical pleasures and comforts. There are many rises and falls in their life.”
  • B.V. Raman: Moon in the 9th house: “The native will be fortunate and prosperous. He will have many sons, friends and kinsmen. He will be principled and generous minded. If Saturn, Mars, and Mercury aspect he will become a ruler. If Moon combines with Mars there could be a fatal injury to mother. If Venus conjoins Moon he may live an immoral life. He will act in league with his step-mother. Saturn with this Moon causes one to suffer much. The native may build charitable institutions. He will acquire good immovable property and visit foreign countries.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 9th house: “The native will be devoted to god and loved by all. Virtuous, honourable and blessed with every kind of happiness. Home will be near the temple.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 9th house: “Generally a fortunate combination favouring father and properties.”
    • Channer (4), Ed Belfour (4),

Moon in Mula 10th house: Rules the 5th house for Pisces ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 10th house: One “performs good acts and is helpful to the virtuous.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 10th house “native does not remain a person for good conduct and character. He has no friends, suffers eye disease, is of angry disposition, and has many enemies.” “Many rises and falls in profession and finances. They will be fond of festivities, earn livelihood from their fertile imagination, by trade of household articles, luxury items, or entertainment. Everything conceived and started by him is fulfilled.”
  • B.V. Raman: Moon in the 10th house: “The native will be religious, wealthy, intelligent, bold. He will succeed in all endeavours. He will obtain corn, ornaments, women and be skilful in the arts. He will be helpful and virtuous. Conjunct Jupiter the native will be learned in ancient subjects and skilled in astrology. If Saturn aspects the Moon, the native will be a dispassionate thinker but earring through printing and selling books.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 10th house: “The native will be blessed with Raj Yoga (government favour), pleasures and be very illustrious.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 10th house: “If beneficially disposed, raja yoga is formed. Acquires landed property, earns the good will of the rulers, constructs temples and performs religious sacrifices. One of the sons becomes the gem of the family. If aspected by the Sun, the native may join the intelligence department. If afflicted, the native faces the wrath of the rulers and contrary results.”
    • Carla Van Ray (God’s Callgirl (4)), Reverend Billy Graham (2), Larry King (2), Hans Asperger (2), Jeff Bezos (2),

Moon in Mula 11th house: Rules the 6th house for Aquarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Moon in the 11th: “The native is high minded, long-lived, endowed with riches, children and servants.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 11th house “native gets exceptional honour, happiness of several kind of conveyance, is rich in righteous fame, sensual enjoyments and virtues.” “Ambitions are fulfilled, popular, attains glory, and has many daughters. A weak and heavily afflicted moon here will cut one off from society.”
  • B.V. Raman: Moon in the 11th house: “One will be noble, generous and blessed with riches, wife and children. Introspective by nature and quiet going, he will be famous and make profit through business. He will acquire vast lands and be helped in his endeavours by the fairer sex.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 11th house: “The native will gain from his enemies, be virtuous, adventurous, honourable, but bereft of progeny happiness. Earns through medicines, sometimes confronts difficulties in fulfilling his ambition, get enmity from older brother, and progeny after medical treatment.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 11th house: “If benefic, eldest brother will be a judge. If ordinary, an elder brother becomes a judge for some time but loses his job. If malefic: poor wretched life; suffering on account of convictions.”
    • Ann Coulter (1), Sandeep Singh (1),

Moon in Mula 12th house: Rules the 7th house for Capricorn ascendant.

  • Dushkriti Yoga: Lord of the 7th house is in the 6th, 8th, or 12th house. “The person is deprived of spouse and indulge in other peoples spouses, be a wanderer, unnoticed, suffering from general disease punished by the ruling power, hated by relations, and remains unhappy as a result.”
  • Phala Deepika: Moon the the 12th native is “odious to others, miserable, humiliated and indolent.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Moon in 12th house “person does not show good conduct or character, has no friends, suffers from eye disease, is of angry deposition, ands has many enemies.” “This native is emotional, sentimental, very imaginative and seeks imaginary happiness. He leaves his native area to live somewhere else.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Moon in the 12th house: “The native may suffer some deformity. He will be narrow-minded, heard-hearted and mischievous. He prefers to lead an obscure life in solitude. Eye-sight will be weak. If the moon is waning and combines with Saturn sloth and lethargy will result.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 12th house: “The native will be penurious and miserly and his wife will be a spendthrift. He will earn a livelihood by trading in clothes, textiles, garments, etc.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 12th house: “The native may be married more than once and may marry clandestinely while the first wife is still alive, or if afflicted the second wife may come after the death or divorce of the first spouse. If the affliction is severe, loss of spouse may occur soon after marriage and there may be no second marriage. Death may occur while travelling abroad. If both karaka and 7th lord are weak the native may only dream of marriage but never marry. The natives wife may hail from a servant family. He will be close fisted and generally poor.”
  • Commentary: This is not a good position for partnerships or marriage and partners will always be distant and mostly a drain on your resources. They can however help with private getaways, foreign travel, and seclusion. Both partners typically have a strong need for privacy in the marriage and the terms of contract. Often times they just come together for one point, which certainly eludes to sex, but it could be anything; but other than that one topic they don’t really have any further business with each other. They might use partnerships as a means of emotional escape, possibly with someone of a foreign culture and different ideology. They will enjoy getting away with their partners, private affairs, secret deals, backroom negotiations. They are typically very private people. All their partnering activity, deal making, and trusts fade into the background of their lives. Their partnerships are not visible components of who they are; which typically makes them appear as independent actors (which might not be entirely true). Spouses might identify as a hurt, exploited, marginalised person who is not good enough for the native; possibly causing them to wall themselves off from the relationship, or initiate divorce proceedings or lawsuits. The more power there is in the 12th house, the greater the losses will be for the native. One is likely to replace actual knowledge of their life partner with imagination and fantasies and conduct the relationship based entirely on subconscious projection. This creates and cycle emotional abuse and conflict followed by nourishing and comforting bedroom behaviours.
    • Jacques Chirac (2), Jiddu Krishnamurti (1), Liya Varanasi (4),

Mars in Mula 

People with Mars in Moola are actively opening Pandora’s box. A lot of good and evil will flow from their actions. Pleasure and pain might be mixed. High libido and possible sex addiction, high risk activities, lack of accountability for their actions. They are the type of person who will keep getting up to fight after being annihilated time and time again. 

They take action to root out what they consider toxic ideology. They can conduct ruthless elimination campaigns. Reagan & Nixon had their fight against Communism, Putin now has his fight against the Nazis’ of Ukraine. The more technically minded people where looking to root out inefficiency or mistakes in order to improve their products. This position might have relations with furnaces, blacksmithing, welding, very high heat and pressure with at least the potential for explosion. There can be a very rapid expansion, just think about how quickly Michael Moore got fat. 

They might work on the cremation ground and are highly skilled working with fire, scorched earth methods. They might work with steel or heaven iron, heavy equipment. Their field of activity is typically strewn with dangers. They grind things to dust the way Baruch Spinoza ground optic lenses for most of his career.

They tend to disregard the consequences of their actions the way Ronald Reagan armed the Taliban in a blatant disregard for the future consequences.

Fire fighters: Benjamin Franklin started one of the first volunteer fire fighting brigades. John Gottselig worked as a firefighter in his youth. The fire fighters of 9/11 were given great honours for many years after the event. Billy Graham was known as a fire & brimstone preacher who inspired hundreds of thousands of people to follow Jesus Christ over the years. and in a strange twist, the freeway that was named after him is a common sight of car accidents.Their speech and actions can all have an incendiary character to them, they can really get people fired up.

9/11: Mars & Ketu conjunct in Mula nakshatra saw the senseless destruction of the World Trade Centre. Many fire fighters and emergency personnel died but they were also greatly honoured for their sacrifice. John Gottselig was killed in a gas line explosion while working for a road building company.

Health relating to Mars in Mula

The health problems caused by this placement are typically caused by a diet that is too rich in fats and sugars as well as even moderate alcohol consumption. Most men with this placement tend to be at least slightly overweight. Anger, stress and high blood pressure can also lead to additional health problems. 

Diabetes: Edison died from complications related to diabetes. John Gottselig had diabetes affecting his kidneys and feet. Benjamin Franklin had gout which was most likely caused by diabetes. Sharon Stone has diabetes. Although Julia Roberts does not have diabetes, she did play a role as a diabetic in Steel Magnolia. Osha is also believed to have diabetes. Osho was strongly against white sugar which he considered a poison. Larry King & King Louis XIV also had diabetes.

Prostate, anus, perineum: It’s said that Mars in Moola can give haemorrhoids or even fistulae if associated with Rahu. Hugo Chavez died from prostate cancer. King Louis XIV had severe fistulae and diabetes.

Ptolemy believed that being born with Mars in Mula brings “danger from wild animals, either to be ripped up by them, massacred, or torn into pieces; accidents, catastrophes, or operations: appendicitis, appendectomy, or removal of haemorrhoids by operation.” This is the same as being born with ascendant here. With Mars there is an additional stalking trait and violence or even murder can happen. They don’t care if their prey is strong or weak they just like the hunt; game hunting can actually work as a kind of remedy for this placement in order the release the urge to kill. If they do not have an outlet for their aggression they can turn their rage on others. Women will usually turn it on other women. There seems to be excess blood flow tot he groin area. A dietary remedy is suggested: cottage cheese, rice and raspberry leaf tea along with other good, natural foods. Eliminate meats and chemicals from the diet.” 

Mars in Mula Pada 1, Aries navamsha: They often have at least a stint in the military, firefighting. They are often little guys who stand up to bullies and fight against the odds. You simple can’t break their will. 

Mars in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha: Gives very fiery, passionate speech. One becomes exceptionally set on course one started. They go all in in such a way that they cannot change course even after discovering they are going in the wrong direction. 

Mars in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha:

Mars in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha: Mars debilitated in navamsha. This is the sort of position that starts out with good intentions but quickly spirals out of control. The are no longer fighting against bullies, they have become the bully. 

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Mars in Mula 1st house: Rules the 5th & 12th houses for Sagittarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: ”The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: ”[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Chandr-Mangala Yoga: Moon conjunct Mars (or in mutual aspect): “The person deals with drinks, earthen jars, crude instruments and women. There is disobedience in the mother. One has good ear-ring, accumulates wealth (possibly by illegitimate means or appealing to the baser needs of men unless aspected by Jupiter).”
  • Phala Deepika: Mars in 1st house causes one to “suffer broken limbs, they are short lived, cruel and adventurous.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 1st house “will cause the native to have hallucinations, his body will have marks or wounds, he will be very courageous, enthusiastic and extremist in nature; given to roving and wandering.” “Malefic influences on this Mars will certainly give cuts, burns and marks to the body; possibly from small pox or eruptions of the skin. They might fear being wounded by fire or weapons. This is not good for the health of the natives wife and the person has to work extra hard for success.” “When Moon & Mars are conjoined the native is devoid of good conduct, crooked, valorous, a trader, makes quarrels, opposes his mother, has pains due to disease. The native is energetic, enthusiastic assiduous and rash. Not auspicious for married life. If conjunction occurs in 1st, 8th, 10th, or 11th house it can make the native descent from noble ancestors and very strong. In other houses they are devoid of wealth. If Saturn also aspects this combination they will have incurable blood disease.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mars in the 1st house: “Give a hot constitution, courage, self-confidence and enterprise. The native will possess practical ability and love liberty and independence. He becomes reckless of danger, scorning defeat. The gives a somewhat rash nature. The body will have scars and the appearance will be handsome. The domestic life will be unhappy unless there are other favourable combinations. Abuse of physical resources may lead to ill-health. There is proneness to accidents. Danger of cuts, burns, etc. are likely.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 1st house: “The native will be scholarly, blessed with progeny happiness, be miserly, crooked and a stealer of others wealth.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 1st house: “If favourably combined and associated the person commands a number of servants, becomes a judge, magistrate, or minister empowered to punish the evil minded. He will earn the grace of God. Few children; will have foes and will give happiness to others. If this 5th lord is afflicted there will be no children, will invoke shudra devotes (evil and destructive forces), will be evil mined and the leader of a gang of deceitful persons: a tale-bearer with a sting. If the lord is moderately good, mixed results will follow.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 5th house: “The native will be bereft of sons or learning. He will spend money and go on pilgrimages in order to beget a son. The native may get his learning in a foreign country, which brings great expense. If weak he will remain in his own country but go stay in a hostel for his education.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 5th house: “Either difficulty to beget progeny or unhappiness from children will be experienced. He will be religious minded and may undertake pilgrimages. Weak minded and suffering mental aberrations; he feels he is miserable. He will not succeed in agriculture as his crops will suffer from pests and disease.”
  • Commentary: Worldly, athletic, willing to plunge into danger just to make a point. They can be angry and explosive personalities who are likely suffer many accidents and injuries. They can suffer from extreme pitta and fiery tendencies.  
    • Richard E. Byrd (3), Agatha Christie (1), Putin (1), Captain James Cook (1), Swami Satchidananda Saraswati (3), Pope Benedict XV (3), Mars Conjunct Moon: Brian H. (3), Michael Moore (4), Thomas Edison (3), Larry King (3), Stephane Abrial (NATO Commander (4)), Charles Koch (3), Ozzy Osbourne (4), Osho (3), Michael Shermer (4), Reverend Billy Graham (2),

Mars in Mula 2nd house: Rules the 1st & 6th houses for Scorpio ascendant.  

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 2nd house is “ugly looking, adverse, devoid of learning and wealth and is dependent on bad people.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 2nd house “makes a person poor, dependent upon wicked people, foolish, ignorant, cruel, and opposed to own men. In fiery sign or conditions it will inspire them to get rich quick. If 6th lord associates with this Mars there will be fights and disagreements in the family and one will have difficulty collecting loaned money. Surgery to the eyes. He will like to eat hot foods and drinks (tea, coffee, alcohol), suffer tooth problems, loss by fire and fear of thieves. Partners longevity is decreased.” 
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be gainful, learned, happy, good natures, religious minded, honourable with good qualities  and many wives. The native will be economic minded with profit giving commercial projects. He has marvellous foresight with great power of examination and observation. His inferences are capable of giving a far reaching result and his plans are successful.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 2nd house: “There will be more gains, teased or worried by enemies, good character, respectable and generous hearted. Well aspected will allow him to gladly discharge his duties to kith and kin; and he will be ambitious. He will possess prominent eyes and be blessed with forethought.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be adventurous, illustrious in his family, will live in foreign countries or alien lands. He will be happy, a good speaker, and always interested in his own work. He will face obstacles in collecting finances. Money which is loaned out is not retuned.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 2nd house: “Conjoined or aspected by benefics the native will have untold suffering in family life and deep sorrows, loss of money through enemies, defective vision, uneven teeth and stammering. If otherwise ill-disposed there will be loss of wife in the dasha or bhukti of the malefic lord. If Venus is weak the native will be celibate and poverty stricken; just able to get a morsel of food when hungry.”
  • Commentary: Identified with an ancient family lineage of Brahmins, professors. Vigorous, athletic family; family feud.
    • King Louis XIV of France (3), Mandika Devi (4), Anindya G. (2), Brain Mulroney (3), Catherine Zeta Jones (3), R Ranabir Daught (1), 2nd from Moon: Jesus (2), Pierre Ramond (string theory (4)), Pope Benedict XV (3), Rod Stewart (4),

Mars in Mula 3rd house: Rules the 2nd & 7th houses for Libra ascendant. Maraka (death inflicting) planet.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 3rd house “brings good qualities of wealth and courage, he is unassailable, happy but without brothers.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 3rd house “brings happiness from favours of the king and makes a person generous hearted, vigorous, valorous, healthy and very rich; but he does not have happiness from a brother, especially if this Mars is afflicted.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 3rd house: “The native will be a man of valour, wise, virtuous, lustful and miserly if there are benefic influences. If influenced by malefic circumstance, the native will be heterodox. If conjunct the 3rd lord and with a malefic planet the native will have no fear of god. A malefic planet in the 3rd house depends more on ones own valour than on fate or god. Due to his courage he does not amass money but reinvests it in trade for expansion and development.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 3rd house: “Brave, intelligent, good-natured but deprived character. Atheistic tendencies will be rampant and they will becomes addicted to luxuries. Later in life he turns out to be a miser. If well-fortified he will be benefited by his sisters, by learning fine arts, music, dance. He will indulge in prorating Kshudra Devatas or evil spirits.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 3rd house: “The natives children are subject to an early death. Sometimes a daughter is born or a son may remain living with great difficulty. This effect can occur with great cruelty in the case of Taurus ascendant. The reason being the sickness of the spouse, and the native himself due to sexual perversity etc he gets his sexual capacity decayed.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 3rd house: “This give lucky brothers who may go abroad. If afflicted, the native may indulge in adultery with their siblings partner. Affliction also gives trouble to co-borns. Female children will survive.”
    • Sanjay T. (3), Angela Merkel (2), Ozzy Osbourne (4), 3rd from Moon: Avril Lavigne (1), Ferdinand Porsche (3), Steven Spielberg (3), Lady Gaga (2),

Mars in Mula 4th house: Rules the 3rd & 8th houses for Virgo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 4th house “person remains friendless, without mother, land, happiness, shelter, conveyance. All the significations of the 4th house are destroyed.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 4th house brings “pain and grief through friends, conveyances and growth of disease in the body. The native gets no cooperation from relatives, disputes over immovable property, and strife that often causes the native to live away from home. The native lacks power, courage and endurance; or their courage may be the wrong kind of courage. They are frenzied, fitful, emotional and rash. This position is unfavourable for marriage and the wife may have a blood disorder of heart disease. If this Mars is in a fire sign with fiery aspects, the natives house might catch fire. 
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 4th house: “The native will be happy wealthy and intelligent but will acquire a vicious wife. Virgo and Pisces ascendants may suffer addiction due to the natives effort to study occult science.
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 4th house: “Life will be happy on the whole. He becomes rich and learned, but the wife will be cruel hearted and mean. When well-fortified while the lord of 9th and lagna are weak, his brother will survive him. He will have step brothers if the 9th lord is strong. When Mars is weak he will lose his lands and will have to live in others houses. Evil results will be minimised if the 3rd lord in beneficially disposed.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 4th house: “The native will be deprived of his mother and there can be no doubt he will be devoid of house, land and happiness and will be a betrayer of friends.”
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 4th house: “If conjunct with the lord of the 4th the natives mental peace will be shattered. Domestic bickering, financial and other problems will increase. Mothers health may suffer and cause great concern. The native will be beset by problems with vehicles, house and land. If heavily afflicted his immovable property may slip from his hands due to circumstances out of his control. His conveyance may get lost of destroyed. He may contract diseases and die. Malefic furthering the affliction  may force hi to seek his fortune abroad where he will meet with all sorts of troubles and loses. Reverses in profession and displeasure of superiors is also likely.”
  • Commentary: The universal cycles of death and rebirth are strong with this placement. One’s actions and efforts have an unexpected impact on the comfort of home. Late birth into a family can bring fighting and resentment from older siblings. One’s own proactive efforts to achieve security often undermine themselves and there can be frequent fights in the home and with the partner. Threats and force used to achieve social dominance and marketplace earnings. They might travel frequently, as a self employed home builder, road builder, mechanic, or driver doing contract work. These kinds of things can certainly increase the risk of accident that is associated with this Mars placement. Car accident, road accident, death in the home or on the road. Death by explosion or dismemberment by explosion, heart attack. They like speed, and may drive while intoxicated. The home, the roadway can both be places of accident or death. The home is often not a place of safety , there can be home invasions and private security may be necessary.
    • Richard Nixon (3), 9/11 (3), John Gottselig (1), Russia (3), Michael Shermer (4), 4th from Moon: Agatha Christie (1), 

Mars in Mula 5th house: Rules the 4th & 9th houses for Leo ascendant. Powerful Yoga Karaka planet.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 5th house person is “unhappy, weak-minded and without children; their life is full of set-backs and back-bitting.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 5th house “makes a person restless due to wind and phlegm, he lacks the happiness of having a wife, friend, son; his thinking get reversed and he is unable to think in the right way. Ones father is not long lived. If this Mars has malefic aspect there is possibility of early death of father as well os for the possibility of ones own fatherhood (ie. loss of children). In a woman’s chart any negative influence to this Mars can give abortion, disease related to the uterus, menstrual problems. When poorly places the person lacks ability to do trade and business because of poor bargaining and speculation abilities. If Mars is conjunct 6th lord the person may have a disease in the brain.” 
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 5th house: “The native will be happy, a favourite of all, a devotee to lord Vishnu, virtuous, honourable and will possess self-earned wealth.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 5th house: “Loved and respected by others. A devotee of Vishnu. Becomes rich by self effort. Mother comes from a respectable family. The native will acquire vehicles.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 5th house: “Native will have blessing of sons and food fortune. He will be devoted to elders and teachers, will have fortitude, be religious, charitable and learned.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 5th house: “Gives a prosperous famous father. The native’s sons may also be very fortunate in life and enjoy success and distinction.”
  • Commentary: They can be very active on the world stage. Father may be a doctor and die early due to some accident.  
    • Rudyard Kipling (1), Rod Stewart (4), Jesus (2), Brian H. (3), Alex Georgia (3), Charles Koch (3), 5th from Moon: Julia Roberts (4), Anindya G. (2),

Mars in Mula 6th house: Rules the 5th & 10th houses for Cancer ascendant. Yoga Karaka planet

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 6th house person is “exceedingly smitten with love, wealthy, famous; he becomes king and is virtuous over his enemies.” “Danger from ulcer.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 6th house “gives strong digestion and a strong hunger. This person destroys their enemies and established friendship with gentle people.” “This is a favourable position for Mars, but if it’s situated with malefic influence then it will give fear of accidents, heart disease or liver trouble. It’s not good for the natives uncles.” 
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 6th house: “The natives sons will be equal to his enemies, or [he] will die, or the native will acquire a son by adoption or purchase. Obstacles to producing a son may be the result of some disease. If there is additional malefic influence here the native will have no issues, and if a child is born it will not live for long.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 6th house: “If favourably disposed, ones maternal uncle will be a famous man. The native will have enmity with his own sons. If afflicted no children will be born and he may have to adopt from is uncles line.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 6th house: “The native will be bereft of paternal bliss, no wealth and troubled by enemies despite being skilful. This position is auspicious for doctors and lawyers but causes trouble for other professions.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 6th house: “The native will have a career related with judiciary, prisons hospitals. If Saturn aspect the 10th lord they may have to work all their life in low paying jobs without much prospects. If benefics aspect the 10th lord one attains a post of authority and will be held in high esteem for his character. If Rahu or afflicted malefic are with the 10th lord he will suffer disgrace in his career; he may be exposed to criminal action and face imprisonment.”
  • Commentary: brings power to enemies. A leader of thieves. One gains leadership by fighting and defeating the enemy. They tend to have explosive brother figures in their life who task them with leadership duties but don’t give them full credit. Imbalance in the relationship with children, with male siblings and competitors. Possible paternity suits. Working with horses, gambling addiction. Accidents due to fire in the workplace, perhaps on stage. They are good leaders in the police, army, firefighter, construction, criminal enterprise, and bouncers. Gambling and alcohol addictions are not uncommon; they might find it fun and exciting to break the rules and express themselves through spiritual or ideological disagreement. 
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Mars in Mula 7th house: Rules the 6th & 11th houses for Gemini ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 7th house “causes them to do all improper acts and be afflicted with disease, lose their wife and wander here and there.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 7th house causes a “person to suffer much harm, losses, dangers, he suffers meaningless worries and anxieties and his body is weakened from torture by his enemies. He suffers and excess of grief due to love for his wife. The health of ones wife might be harmed, as will the longevity of the marriage partnership.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mars in the 7th house: “The native will be hen pecked by his wife and submissive to women. Married life will have clashes and tension, or there may be a second wife. The native will be rash and indulge in speculation. He will be intelligent, tactless, stubborn, peevish and unsuccessful.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 7th house: “The native will be devoid of happiness through wedlock, but will be famous, virtuous, honourable, adventurous and wealthy. Three will be constant tension, quarrelling and fighting with partners and married life can be hell.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 7th house: “Generally marries mothers brother or father’s sisters daughter. The maternal uncle lives in a far-off place or foreign country. Wife’s character will be doubtful. If afflicted they will either divorce early or the wife will die. If involved with hermaphrodite Rashi here or in navamsha he will have a sickly or barren wife. When lagandhipati conjoins in a hermaphrodite sign the native will be a eunuch unable to perform the sexual act. There will also be trouble with disrespectful women.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 7th house: “The native always gains through his wife’s relatives. He will be liberal, virtuous, sensual, and will remain at the command of his wife. For Gemini ascendant, Mars can bring disputes with the wife, possibly over dowery. 
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 7th house: “The person marries more than once. He prospers in foreign countries. If afflicted, the native carries on liaisons with women of ill repute. He will indulge in trading of flesh and other immoral activities. If well-fortified, the native marries only once and gets a rich and influential spouse.”
    • Michael Moore (4), Hugo Chavez (1), Johann von Goethe (4), Avril Lavigne (1), Ranabir (3), Steven Spielberg (3), Joe T. (4),  7th from Moon: Hugo Chavez (1), Alex Georgia (3), Ranabir Daught (1), 9/11 (3), Richard E. Byrd (3), Margaux Jersey Girl (4),

Mars in Mula 8th house: Rules the 7th & 12th houses for Taurus ascendant. Vipreet Raj Vimala Yoga.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 8th house “bring physical deformities and causes a person to be condemned by the people, suffer poverty and live a shortened life span.” “Danger from ulcer. If this Mars is influenced by Rahu they may develop carbuncles or cancer.” “Death may be caused by accidental fire, magical spells, witchcraft or weapons.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars 8th house “subjects the native to an evil fortune, blood sickness, eye disease, a tendency to do base deeds; they are dull witted, and will blame and critics wise saintly people. One’s own and ones wives longevity is shortened; the person suffers unmentionable diseases like piles, wounds, fissure, ulcer, or anxiety. Weak or afflicted Mars can cause imprisonment, criminal mindedness, fear of death. Extra fiery influence on this Mars by sign and aspect can cause death by gunpowder. This person is deprived, troubled by obstacles, ironically ill with stomach cramps, irregular bowel movements. This person attracts blame and accusations and may be censured, grief stricken, attacked with weapons, and full of grief due to ones partner.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mars in the 8th house: “The native will be short lived unless there are other alleviating factors. One may suffer the loss of their marital partner, have very few children, and he may seek to gratify his passions by resorting to extra-marital life. He will hate hie relatives. His domestic life will be marred by quarrels and he suffers from bodily complaints like piles. He will rule over many people.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 8th house: “The native will be bereft of marital happiness, his wife will be afflicted with disease, bad natures and will not remain obedient to the native.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 8th house: “When well-placed marriage may take place with relatives of the native may marry a rich partner. Affliction will cause the early death of partner while the native may die in distant lands. It gives a sickly and ill-tempered partner leading to estrangement and separation.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 8th house: “The native will always have gains and speak affably. He will enjoy a medium span of life and be endowed with all good qualities.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 8th house: “The native will be rich, celebrated, and enjoy a luxurious life with many servants waiting on him. Gain through death and legacy, interested in occult subjects, and devoted to lord Vishnu. He will be righteous, famous and a gentle speaker endowed with many good qualities of head and heart.”
  • Commentary: Lack of accountability for many hidden activities. Taboo or sexual fantasies or dreams are likely to be acted out. This can be a very good position for accessing secret sources of wealth, but one may expend considerable energy in keeping things secret and may even feel imprisoned by what they know. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but they also keep going back to Vegas. They might weaponise this secret knowledge to satisfy their greed. I would also expect haemorrhoids or fistula, diarrhoea, fever, accident. death by accident, perhaps just not paying attention for a minute. Even if some of their crimes are discover much will be ignored and overlooked. 
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Mars in Mula 9th house: Rules the 1st & 8th houses for Aries ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 9th house “gives friendship with the ruler while being hated by everyone else. One is fatherless and guilty of being a homicide [sic].”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 9th house “causes the native to tend towards violence; they get honour from the government but no advantage comes from it. They are less holy, less virtue, less wealth. They are courageous and have a strong healthy body, they like adventure travel and are the makers of their own destiny. If Jupiter aspects a well placed Mars here, they may worship fire and perform yagnas and fire ritual.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mars in the 9th house: “The native will wield authority and be affluent. He will have children and be happy. He will not be a dutiful son but will be otherwise generous and famous for his good qualities. If either Mercury or Jupiter conjoin he will be learned in religion and spiritual lore. Venus conjunction will give two wives and a foreign residence. It also give the native proficiency in law. Saturn conjunction indicated and addiction to other women and a wicked nature. He will be self seeking stubborn and impetuous.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 9th house: “The native will be fortunate, dear tot he people, a devotee of lord Vishnu, a skilful eloquent speaker, endowed with wife, sons and wealth. The native will be steeped in sattvic and devotional feeling and will a a favourite of the people because of his moral values which seems proper and respectable to all.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 9th house: “Generally the favourite, protector of others, religious, a worshiper of Vishnu, good orator, happiness on account of wife and children. Rich. If well disposed, will inherit good ancestral or paternal property. The father will be famous, philanthropic and god-fearing.”
  • Vahana Yoga: 1st lord in the 4th, 9th, or 11th house. “The person comes to own vehicles or other material comforts.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 9th house: “The native will be a betrayer of his religion and a heterodox. He will be the husband of a wicked wife and will steal the wealth of others. As belief in his own religion is destroyed he comes to believe in gods of a lower order: ghosts, pishacha, jinx, etc. Once morality is lost is can be easy to steal from others. If Jupiter is debilitated the affliction against religion will be especial strong: atheist, heterodox despite being born from a brahmin or religious family. He will eat prohibited substances.” (The 5M’s are traditionally prohibited: 1. Meat, 2. Fish, 3. Wine, 4. Parched grain 5. Sexual intercourse)
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 9th house: “If conjunct the 9th lord with malefic the native may lose the paternal property and misunderstanding with father will arise. If the Sun is also afflicted the father may die in periods of the 9th lord. If conjoined by benefics the native acquires fathers property and relations with him will be harmonious. If the 9th lord is weak, the native suffers all kinds of hardships, misery and unhappiness. His friends and kinsmen will desert him while his superiors will find fault with him. If the 8th lord falls in the 6th, 8th or 12th navamsha the evil results will be greatly reduced.”
    • Pierre Ramond (string theory (4)), Jan Baptist van Helmont? (1), Oscar De La Hoya (1), Julia Roberts (4), Ferdinand Porsche (3), 9th from Moon: Clive Barker (1), Ronald Reagan (4), Putin (1), Russia (3), Baruch Spinoza (2),

Mars in Mula 10th house: Rules the 2nd & 9th houses for Pisces ascendant. Digbala. 

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 10th house “makes a person a cruel king, but liberal and praised by important people.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 10th house “makes the native a king, or like a king. He is very contented, courageous, adventurous, always ready to do good to others. This person obtains beautiful ornaments, gems and precious jewels. This is consisted a very auspicious placement for Mars. If this is a Raja Yoga Mars, the native will gain distinction in police or army. And honourable title due to their good works. The person is skilled in games, sports, horseback riding, wrestling, athletics, and agricultural activities. They take others under their influence and their commands will be obeyed. With benefic influence they will succeed in everything, become popular, endowed with good fortune, good character, devoted to guru and brothers will be long lived.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Mars in the 10th house: “If other combinations favour the native he many become a cruel ruler. He will be fond of praise and seek bold steps in governing. He will be rash and earn much money. If Mercury conjoins Mars he will be a skilled scientist or technician praised by rulers. If Jupiter is with Mars he will be the head of low-class people. If with Venus, he becomes a trader in foreign lands. If Saturn and Mars combine he will be daring but will have no progeny.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 10th house: “The native will be libidinous, honourable and learned. He will have many wives but be bereft of filial happiness.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 10th house: “Respect from elders and superiors. Learned, wealthy, and earns by own exertion. The native will take to a number of useful vocations. He will do business or take to agriculture, or engage himself in philosophical lectures and dissertations and thereby benefit financially. Here again the constellation and the sign held by the 2nd lord determine the exact source and nature of the earnings. Powerful afflictions will cause loss from the very same sources.”
  • Jada Yoga: 2nd lord in the 10th house with malefics or combust by Sun. “The person becomes nervous and loses his balance of mind when speaking in front of a group of people.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 10th house: “The native will be a king or equal to a king; a minister or an army chief; virtuous and worshiped by all.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 10th house: “The native will become very famous and powerful. He will be generous and occupy posts of authority. He will earn much wealth and acquire every comfort and luxury. His means of livelihood will be righteous and he will be a law abiding citizen.”
  • Commentary: Direct, aggressive forward and upward moving leadership. They are quite often their own boss in a way that tends to make them less accountable for their action. They do very well in the wild-west type leadership roles that allow them to be the king of the jungle. Aspect to the ascendant gives strength and courage. Aspect to fourth house causes some restlessness in the home where they are always active and busy. Can give a very firmly sermon. 
    • Ishant (2), Larry King (3), Reverend Billy Graham (2), 10th from Moon: Catherine Zeta Jones (3), Bitcoin (4), Ellen DeGeneres (1), Brain Mulroney (3),

Mars in Mula 11th house: Rules the 3rd & 10th houses for Aquarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 11th house “endows riches and happiness; one is bold and courageous, happy and of sound character.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 11th house “allows the native to gain much copper, coral, gold, red cloth, excellent conveyance, and government favour. There are frequent celebrations and festivities in the home. If well placed with benefics this native will earn through taking great risk in trade of Mars trip merchandise. Wealth may be had through agriculture or the purchase and sale of land. The native gets rich due to own abilities, courage and industriousness; he will not like low level of small deals. If this Mars is debilitated or heavily afflicted they are ready to earn by fair or foul means. Elder brother and children are harmed by this Mars.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mars in the 11th house: “The native may be an eloquent and forceful speaker, clever and rich, but lustful. He will acquire landed properties and wild considerable influence in top circles.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 11th house: “The native will always gain in trading, will be intelligent despite being illiterate, will be adventurous and serve others.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 11th house: “Not a very good combination. Earnings with effort. He becomes vindictive. The body will be unattractive and emaciated. Subservient to, or dependent upon others. Liable to suffer from frequent attacks of illness.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 11th house: “The native will be blessed with wealth and sons. He will enjoy happiness, be truthful, be always delighted and virtuous.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 11th house: “The person earns riches. Fortunate in every respect he will engage himself in merits deeds. He will give employment to hundreds of people and will be endowed with a sense of honour and have many friends. If afflicted, his friends turn to enemies and cause him every sort of hardship and worry.”
  • Commentary: Competitive small business offering ancient spiritual practices as a way of achieving lineage goals or guru’s goals. Earning from spiritual or ideological networks. They might offer courses in business or social networking as it relates ancient healing practices. They offer leadership to those seeking greater market-place participation, and those seeking higher earnings. They can command a large following. They are likely to have many spiritual warriors among their friends. This actually proves to be a good position for mentors and guru figures offering skills training or apprenticeship in a competitive marketplace; this will likely have some spiritual or ideological component.
    • Henrik Ibsen (1), Ellen DeGeneres (1), Baruch Spinoza (2), 11th from Moon: Benjamin Franklin (1), Johann von Goethe (4), Michael Kirby (2), Swami Satchidananda Saraswati (3), Joe T. (4), Sanjay T. (3), Oscar De La Hoya (1), Charly (2),

Mars in Mula 12th house: Rules the 4th & 11th houses for Capricorn ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mars in the 12th house “person has defective eyes. They are cruel, without wife, a slandered and mean person.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mars in 12th house causes “enmity among friends, gives disease to the eyes, distress to the limbs, anger disposition, excessive expenses, and if heavily afflicted, time in jail and decay of energy and lustre, operations to the eye, diseases of the blood, ears, throat, or injury to the feet. The native might face adverse propaganda against themselves, fear from thieves, quarrels, hostility among relatives, pain and grief from servants, trouble due to slavery, lowly actions leading to a corrupt mind. They wish to snatch wealth from others and are fickle and restless.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mars in the 12th house: “The person may lose his wife. He will be selfish, hateful and suffer disease due to excess heat in the body. He’s liable to deception and may lose his money. If aspected by the Sun, danger from fire and wicked people. If malefic are also in the 7th & 8th, the native will have a second wife even while the first one lives.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 12th house: “The native will be devoid of domestic or other comforts, will have vices and be foolish and indolent. He will leave his local area to go live in some other city of country.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 12th house: “Deprived of happiness and properties. Early death to mother, bad finances and generally a miserable existence.”
  • Kuhu Yoga: 4th lord in the 6th, 8th or 12th house. “The native will be bereft of mother, conveyances, friends, happiness, ornaments, relations. The person will be unemployed and without a place of living having lost the one owned by him or her associating with low people of the opposite sex.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 12th house: “Native always expends on good deeds, is sensual, will have many wives and friendships with barbarians and foreigners in general.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 12th house: “he will suffer losses in business. His elder brother will be ailing and there will be much expenditure on his account; and elder brother might also die early. The native will have to pay fines and penalties frequently and will be burdened by many domestic responsibilities.”
    • Rachel Entwistle (3), Kirk Douglas (4), Ronald Reagan (4), Margaux Jersey Girl (4),  12th from Moon: Captain James Cook (1), Angela Merkel (2), Richard Nixon (3),

Mercury in Mula 

“All that is gold does not glitter; not all those who wander are lost; the old that is strong does not wither; deep roots are not reached by the frost.”

 J.R.R. Tolkien

Ptolemy believed that being born with Mercury in Mula causes people to “study other individuals through literature and other methods of communication. They might stalk a celebrated or important person at the mental level, gathering all information on the person and their work. These individuals can drive themselves into a nervous breakdown in their attempts to discover everything they can about the person they are investigating. They can get deeply involved and take up a cause for the person they are stalking if they feel the persons had been treated unjustly.”

They might not feel like they are accountable for their words. Channellers, prophetic messages, ideas that come out of nowhere. Writing or speaking might feel like they loose control of themselves and become taken over by that great mother who wants to use them to spread knowledge from ancient times. A kind of disembodied voice, many are excellent writers, poets, song writers, musicians. 

They have strong powers of observation an analysis which makes them very good at maths and sciences with a capability to see beyond the words and numbers. They usually have good knowledge off ancient mythologies and symbolic representations of things. You could say that this Mercury seeks to account for the chaos and measure out time-space. They seek to calculate what cannot be calculated; even Shiva found no end to the great Mother when he tried to flee from her. They might not be able to account for where they get their information, numbers or measurements but they will usually be correct. They tend to know that accidents will happen so they try to account for it beforehand. 

Deafness or hearing problems might increase their witness perspective. Mike H. and Beethoven are both mostly deaf. Kipling was often accused of being tone deaf; especially for his poem “the White Man’s Burden.” 

Issac Newton proved that the earth spins on an axis, and that the whole universe rotates around the Sun. He was too focused on his own research to spend much time with students; his lectures were poorly attended.

“Children make up the best songs, anyway. Better than grown-ups. Kids are always working on songs and throwing them away, like little origami things or paper airplanes. They don’t care if they lose it; they’ll just make another one.”

 Tom Waits

“when you’re down on your luck and you’ve lost all your dreams theres nothing like a campfire and a can of beans” ““I’m interested in things when I don’t know what they are. Like “Hey, Ray, what the hell is this?” Oh, that’s lipstick from the 1700s, that’s dog food from the turn of the century, that’s a hat from World War II. I’m interested in the minutiae of things. Oddities.”

 Tom Waits

“Writing songs is like capturing birds without killing them. Sometimes you end up with nothing but a mouthful of feathers.”“I like beautiful melodies telling me terrible things”

 Tom Waits

“There’s nothing more embarrassing than a person who tries to guess what the great American public would like, makes a compromise for the first time, and falls flat on his face… I would rather be a failure on my own terms than a success on someone else’s. That’s a difficult statement to live up to, but then I’ve always believed that the way you affect your audience is more important than how many of them are there.”

 Tom Waits

“Poetry is a kind of ingenious nonsense.”

— Isaac Newton

“As animals, we walk the earth. As bearers of divine essence, we are among the stars. As human beings, we are caught in the middle, seeking to reconcile the paradox of how to make our way upon earth while striving for something more permanent and more profound.” … . “The union of nature and soul removes the veil of ignorance that covers our intelligence.”    “It is Einstein’s famous equation E=MC^2, in which E is energy (rajas), M is mass (tamas), and C is the speed of light (sattva). Energy, mass, and light are endlessly bound together in the universe.”     “Breath is the vehicle of consciousness and so, by its slow measured observation and distribution, we learn to tug our attention away from external desires toward a judicious, intelligent awareness.”

— Iyengar

“Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.”

 Rudyard Kipling

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” 

— John 3:16 (Steve Austin’s favourite quote)

Mercury in Mula Pada 1, Aries navamsha:

Mercury in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha:

Mercury in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha: Mercury in own navamsha

Mercury in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha:

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Emmanuel Macron (2), Andrew Johnson (2), Franco (2), Russia (2), Bill Ayers (2), Steve Austin (2), Albert Bandura (observational learning (2)), Johannes Kepler (2), Rod Stewart (2), David Carradine (2), Terry MacKinnell (2), Adrianna T. (2), Abhishek Chakraboty (2), Gudrun (2),

Mike H. (3), Morihei Ueshiba (founder of Aikido (3)), B.K.S. Iyengar (3), J.R.R. Tolkien (3), Robert Hand (3), Rush Limbaugh (3), Jim Morrison (3), Sydney Biddle Barrow (3), Jean Cabut (3), Alicia Machado (3), Martina Klein (3), Semi Joseph Begun (3), Dominic Monaghan (3), Louis Pasteur (3), Pirooz (3), Mark Duplass (3), Chantelle M. (3),

 Jeff Bezos (4), Al Capone (4), General Custer (4), Phil Donahue (4), Michelle Obama (4), Tariq K. (4), Hanin (4), Rahul B. (4), Harish (4), Chris C. (4), Anthony Hopkins (4), /// 16july22////

Mercury in Mula 1st house: Rules the 7th & 10th houses for Sagittarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: “The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: “[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 1st house person “enjoys longevity, is sweet, soft, appropriate in speech, sharp-whetted and learned in the Shastras.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 1st house “makes a person peace loving, curious, extremely generous, of good conduct, patient, learned with knowledge of the arts.” “Benefic influences will certainly make them a craftsman and artist, good at math, writing, astrology, business, trade, education, oratory, printing and grammar. This Mercury destroys the negative influence of other planets. The natives body has brilliance and they are vigorous and energetic. They will appear much younger than they actually are.” “Moon & Mercury conjunction gives receptivity, sharp memory, imagination, love for travels, writing, knowledge of language. The native is most excellent in eloquence, wealthy, handsome, kind hearted, meek, has great love for his wife, is very talkative and performs many religious deeds.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mercury in the 1st house: “This position makes the subject humorous. Quickness of wit and mental ingenuity tend to be strongly marked. The native becomes well read, particularly in occult studies. In good aspect to Venus, it makes one musically talented. Adaptability is a striking feature. He will be intellectual. If conjunct Rahu or Ketu the native suffers a lot of nervous trouble.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 1st house: “the native will travers others’ wives, be wicked, skilful, be devoid of fortitude and will be afflicted by windy diseases.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 1st house: The native might marry someone he has known since childhood, or they were brought up in the same house. One’s partner will be stable and mature. The native will be intelligent and capable of weighing the pros and cons. Afflictions can bring constant travelling. If Venus is also afflicted, the native will be sensual and seek clandestine relations with the opposite sex.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 1st house: “The native will be learned, famous, a poet. Will incur disease in childhood but be happy later. Wealth will increase day by day.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 1st house: “The native rises by sheer dint of perseverance. He will seek a profession of independence, they become famous, a pioneer in his field of work, and he may found an institution or engage himself in social projects.”
    • J.R.R. Tolkien (3), Anthony Hopkins (4), Adrianna T (2), Mercury conjunct Moon: Jeff Bezos (4), Anthony Hopkins (4),

Mercury in Mula 2nd house: Rules the 8th & 11th houses for Scorpio ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 2nd house “allows one to earn wealth by dint of their own effort. He is a poet, sincere, attractive in his speech, and eats sumptuously.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 2nd house “endows the native with good character and disposition, they are devoted to their guru, happy earning money with their skill, have extreme lustre or loveliness and makes great progress.” “They are exceptionally witty speakers; if this Mercury has benefic influences the native will have higher education, his economic standard is of a higher level and his plans are useful.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be devoid of physical vigour, will possess little wealth and will not regain lost wealth.”
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 2nd house: “Conjunct the 2nd lord brings trouble of all sorts. The native suffers from eye and tooth troubles. He will have to eat unhealthy, tasteless, putrid foods. His domestic life will be filled with discontent and quarrels. His wife will not understand him. This may lead to estrangement and separation. If longevity is good he may suffer some severe illness. If in the 6th, 8th, or 12th navamsha the intensity of the results will be reduced in some way.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be endowed with all kinds of wealth and accomplishments, will be charitable, religious and always happy.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will live with his elder brother. Benefics will give harmonious relations. Malefic cause domestic bickering, but common dwelling. The native will earn through commercial concerns and banking ventures. Business with friends can bring big profits, but if excessive malefic influence, these friends can bring big losses.”
  • Commentary: They often make profits from food sales, grocery stores, farmers markets, and restaurants. I have this Mercury and potatoes and carrots, root vegetables, are probably the main stable of my diet,  They usually have an intelligent friendly face in public. They are often reading, studying, or looking at their media devices. This is not a great position for material wealth, but they will usually have good intellectual wealth and will make good use of speaking and their ability to form a philosophical argument and pick up other languages. They are also good with math and they can be good book-keepers, inventory counters, librarians capable of counting and accounting for stored goods (or even stored karmas). They typically have excellent foresight. Wealth might come from many small transactions and some by inheritance depending on other planets involved. Wealth comes from mystical teaching. The might occasionally get lost while speaking and will look for someone to get them back on track. 
  • Wealth stores is often in the form of books and documents, they have a nice library, communication devices, media publications, things for their studies. They will gain their long term prosperity through intellectual means. They value words, communication, speech, narrative. Accounting for ancient way, history of philosophy. Good memory, excellent speaker. They can be good accountants, collectors of books and study materials, they usually speak more than one language. They will often be thinking about home, security, shelter. 
  • The classics say that Mercury in the 2nd will allow a person to regain lost wealth. One may work as a writer, a businessman, a principal, a professor, or a director of a company. Gain by letters (college degrees), traveling, clerical jobs, commission agent, small commercial transactions, advertising, stationery orders and supply, books. 11th lord in the 2nd house brings prosperity and wealth through ones social connections, writing, speaking, banking and royalties. Fruit is said to come from intellectual property, teaching, lecturing, information economy, community of students. They are able to profit, gain, and make valuable connections because of their friendly face, and smooth talking rhetoric which may be kinda channelled in Mula. Second marriage may be gainful. Its said they can gain greatly from missionary activities, 
    • Leslie Varanasi (1), Tariq K. (4), Morihei Ueshiba? (3), B.K.S. Iyengar? (3), Patty Smith (1), Tom Waits (1), Mike H. (3)  2nd from Moon: Ludwig von Beethoven (1), Rod Stewart (2), General Custer (4), Chantelle M. (3), Claude Riviere (1), Gudrun (2),

Mercury in Mula 3rd house: Rules the 9th & 12th houses for Libra ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 3rd house person will be “brave, of medium life, and have good brothers. They will get tired easily and quickly feel dejected.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 3rd house “gives the courage to remain free from bondage from their relatives, they are devoid of happiness, their heart is not pure, but they get what they want by clever devices. The person is perplexed by so many plans but has a talent for for performing work with some intelligent device and getting success.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 3rd house: “Native will be blessed with fraternal happiness, be wealthy virtuous and charming.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 3rd house: “The native makes his fortune through writing, speeches and oration. The natives father will be a man of moderate means; the native will advance the family fortune through his co-borns. If afflicted, the native can land into trouble due to his writings which may be irrational or obscene depending on the affliction. He may be forced to sell his paternal property due to trouble from his writings.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 3rd house: “The native will be devoid of fraternal happiness , will have hatred for other people and will promote self nourishment and be self centred.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 3rd house: “He will be timid and quiet, Loss of brother is shown. He will be shabbily dressed. If afflicted by malefic he may develop ear ailments. He may have to spend much money on younger brothers. As a writer he may be unsuccessful. He may work in some common-place job and earn very little. If conjunct the 2nd lord and aspected by Jupiter they may have more than one wife.”
    • Isaac Newton (1), Claude Riviere (1),Diane Keaton (1), Louis Pasteur (3), Gudrun? (2), 3rd from Moon: Phil Donahue (4), Robert Hand (3), Hanin (4), Zack H. (1), Tenoya (1), Leslie Varanasi (1),

Mercury in Mula 4th house: Rules the 1st & 10th houses for Virgo ascendant. Yoga Karaka

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 4th house “person is witty and happy with plenty of good friends, land, corn, wealth and pleasure.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 4th house “endows the native with excellent conveyance, wealth, jewels, prosperity, interest in crafts, drawing, music and dance and knowledge. This is an auspicious house for Mercury. If this Mercury has benefic influence the native will make balanced and effective decisions allowing them to enjoy worldly comforts, popularity, good houses and conveyance. Sharp memory, logical and effective arguments, strong intellect. This person will weigh each side carefully before making decisions but will be firm once they do. If this mercury suffers affliction or weakness they might be deceived by friends, face social censure or blame, jealousy and conflict with his own men. Obstacles in education will surely arise and the native can be adept at trickery.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 4th house: “Blessed with maternal and paternal happiness, many brothers, lascivious, lusty, virtuous and charming. They will take care of their body, adorn it and always seek to improve their personality. They tend to be emotionally sensitive.” Vahana Yoga: 1st lord in the 4th, 9th, or 11th house. “The person comes to own vehicles or other material comforts.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 4th house: “There will be happiness from parents, many brothers, materialistic, well built, fair looking and well behaved. With benefic aspects he will acquire considerable landed properties, especially through maternal sources. He will be rich, happy, famous and commands a number of conveyances.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 4th house: “The native will enjoy happiness, be devoted to mother and interested in her welfare, will have conveyances, wealth, land, house and virtue. The native adopts an occupation related with automobiles, building material, agriculture, dairy, etc.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 4th house: “The native will be lucky and highly learned in  various subjects. He will be famous for both learning and generosity. If the 10th lord is strong the native get respect and royal favour. He may engage in agricultural pursuits or deal with immovable properties. If the 4th, 9th & 10th lords are beneficial and related to each other the native gets great political authority as a president or head of government. If this 10th lord is afflicted, debilitated or eclipsed the native may loss his lands and be forced into a life of servitude.”
    • Andrew Johnson (2), Richard Nixon (1), Franco (2), Bill Ayer (2), General Custer (4), Joseph Pilates (1), Hanin (4), Russia (2), 4th from Moon: David Carradine (2), Clifford Olsen (1), Pooshan A. (1),

Mercury in Mula 5th house: Rules the 2nd & 11th houses for Leo ascendant. Wealth planet.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 5th house makes a person “learned, happy and courageous. He has good progeny and is learned in mantras (charms & spells) [sic].”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 5th house “grants the happiness of having a son, many friends, skill in counselling and debate, great interest in sports and games an of good character. Mercury is an impotent planet so it’s not good for having a son if Saturn also afflicts the 5th house or 5th lord. The native will certainly be wise and intelligent with knowledge of Mantra sastra if there are benefic influences. Such a native makes his destiny with skill of his own intelligence and loves entertainment.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 5th house: “The native will be wealthy and his sons will be intent on earning wealth.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 5th house: “Hating family, sensual, not spending money even on children, lacks manners or etiquette. If well-fortified there will be unexpected acquisition of wealth through lotteries, crosswords or the favour of rulers.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 5th house: “The natives children will be happy, educated, virtuous. The native himself will be religious and happy. The native may study commerce and make great progress in his studies. Debilitated Mercury does not support these good things.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 5th house: “The native will have many children who come up well in life. He will indulge in speculation and gain much money. If afflicted, he will be a gambler and indulge in foolish ventures. With benefic aspect he will be pious and observe many resolves and vows which will enhance his prosperity.”
  • Commentary: This is a significant placement for wealth since Mercury rules both wealth houses and finds himself placed int he auspicious 5th house. Afflictions to this Mercury will of course have a negative effect but additional yoga’s can make a person exceptionally rich. They typical earn well from the resolution of litigation of argument. It’s typically sun their interest to secure ideological agreement. Earning come from original creativity, stage performance, games of chance, speculation, investment. Some will earn from their celebrity, writing, drawing (esp. characature), theatre, politics. Family and friends are central to their lives, in this way they might have alliances that go back to ancient mula times.   
    • Robert Koch ?(1), Rudyard Kipling (creative children’s stories (1)), Rod Stewart (stage performance (2)), Jean Cabut? (Charachature (3)), Clifford Olsen (earning from he media spotlight (1), Tenoya (1), Paramahansa Yogananda (1), 5th from Moon: Fredrich Engels (1), Paramahansa Yogananda (1),

Mercury in Mula 6th house: Rules the 3rd & 12th houses for Cancer ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 6th house person is “short tempered when dealing with disputes. They are impolite, idle, and destroy the strength of their enemy.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 6th house “involves the native in arguments and disputes, they may have some disease, they are stone-headed and lazy. This is not considered an auspicious position for Mercury. Influenced by malefic they may have abdominal troubles, respiratory illness or skin problems. Heavy afflictions can give leprosy, indigestion, irregular bowels. They express themselves in such a way that no one can possibly agree with them. If this Mercury has benefic influence mothers relatives will prosper.” 
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 6th house: “Inimical to brother, very wealthy, enmity with maternal uncle but love for maternal aunt.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 6th house: “Hates brothers and relatives and has difficulty through them. Becomes rich, Maternal relatives will suffer. Accepts illegal gratifications. If well disposed, the younger brother joins the army. One of the brothers becomes a successful physician. If the 6th lord also conjoins, the native becomes either a sportsman, physical cultures, or an athlete. If the 6th and 3rd are both afflicted he will suffer from diseases and be tormented by enemies and he will himself be deceitful.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 6th house: “The native will incur enmity with his own men, be given to anger, be sinful, miserable, and traverse others’ wives.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 6th house: “The native will be happy, prosperous, long lived, enjoy many comforts, possess a health handsome physique and vanquish his enemies. But he may become involved with litigation which may end to his advantage. If afflicted the native will be unscrupulous, sinful, ill-tempered, hating his mother, unhappy due to his own children. Womanising may land him in distress.”
  • Commentary: Ideological arguments. Administrative crimes. Disdain for the consequences of lying or withholding information. Teammates, administrators, and foreign students may be exploitive and untrustworthy. They will tend to have a strong internal narrative about life’s injustices, with lots of talk but little action taken to change things. 
    • Abhishek Chakraboty (2), Rahul B. (4), Fredrich Engels (1), Zack H. (1), Robert Hand (3), 6th from Moon: Albert Bandura (2) (observational learning (2)), Sydney Biddle Barrow (3), Sai Teja (1), Robert Koch (1),

Mercury in Mula 7th house: Rules the 1st & 4th houses for Gemini ascendant. Yoga Karaka planet.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 7th house “native is learned, well dressed and possessed of all the merits man may be known by. Partner is wealthy.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 7th house “endows the native with good character, wealth, truthful speech, gold, wife and son.” “If this Mercury has benefic influences the native will have many friends, a deep intimate relationship with someone of the opposite sex early in his youth, This person will have charm and youthful manners, attraction and his wife will have exceptional lustre to her face. They may suffer premature or quick ejaculation during sexual intercourse. If Mercury is with Venus and Saturn there is a possibility of impotence or low sperm count. This is not an auspicious position for giving birth to strong, healthy progeny. If the natives does his own trade, he will be very skilful at it.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Mercury in the 7th house: “A man of virtue and geniality, he will dress well and tastefully. He will have profound knowledge of law, skilled in tactics for business and trade. He will have writing ability and success though it early in life. Early marriage to a rich women. Learned in mathematics, astrology and astronomy. He will be religious and devout. Diplomatic, but if afflicted he will be cunning a deceitful. He will have a good physique and looks.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 7th house: “If this is a malefic planet, the natives wife will not live. If a benefic planet, the native is an aimless wanderer, penurious, of ascetic disposition or becomes a king.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 7th house: “The wife does not live. Or there will be more than one marriage. Later in life becomes detached from worldly affairs and tries to lead an ascetic life. Depending on other factors the native will either be rich or poor. There will be much travelling. If well disposed. He will spend most of his time in foreign countries and lead a licentious life. Or he will be a puppet in the hands of his parent-in-law.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 7th house: “The native will be highly learned in various branches of knowledge, will be apt to leave paternal property, and will be akin to the dumb in an assembly. The native lacks the capacity of expressing his ideas and does not have greed for paternal property. He finds some other person, a brother perhaps, who can bear the responsibility.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 7th house: “Generally happy: will command houses and lands. Will heck out a livelihood in distant lands or close to birthplace depending on wether the 7th house has a fixed or a movable sign.”
  • Commentary: Good teachers of philosophy, philosophical, ideological or policy consultants. They often study language, communications, philosophy and the humanities. One-to-one tutoring and transactional agreements, philosophical consultant. Contracts and agreements to teach; a trusted peer counsellor; often the person friends turn to for help, advice and to find balance. Good position for astrological counselling, shamanic healing practices. Frequent changes of home. Teacher of teachers. They can also be good road and land surveyors, developers. They are more likely to have a sibling style or teacher-student relationship with their partners, lots of talk about ideology and philosophy and finding balance on a global humanistic scale. They can be quite strongly identified with their ability to balance philosophical or ideological viewpoints. There can, however, be some dismissal of the partner’s faith from the perspective that it’s all the same. Home for these folks is quite often wherever their partner is. Comfort and security is often provided by the partner. But partnerships and agreements can be a  bit superficial since Mercury is often happy with handshake agreements and common-law partnerships. Mercury conjunct Mars can make a rather aggressive craft business negotiator; a fast talker. This mercury is excellent for small commercial consultation business. They often come together with people for one-to-one conversation and consultation. Negotiations remain friendly. Mediation in the courts usually remains rather informal which is certainly better that the formal process,  
  • Spouse tend to be youthful, friendly, neighbourly, a student of philosophy, educated, quick, possibly a simple middle class person though Sun or Venus conjunctions can kick things up a notch. The Sun with this Mercury make the native attracted to higher stature and more attention seeking partners; and the level of independence in relationships. Gemini ascendant people tend toward partners who share their beliefs, broad and open minded globalist. Mercury brings in an added element of practicality and one tends to measure of weigh their partners to make sure they add up. In Mula they might ask themselves “what’s the point?” They want to have meaning in their relationships, they want it to “make sense” and be “logical” in some way. Since this Mercury, the native typically shares many things in common with each other, like twins, of brothers, or like they have always been together. One of the difficulties with Mula is that it doesn’t provide solid ground for negotiation and one tends to avoid the commitments of marriage. Partners and relationships are likely to remain somewhat adolescent. 
  • Das Behari says that this Mercury “creates a kind of helplessness. Marriage just a show while in private one may suffer from sexual debility and be unable to satisfy a lusty partner. Sexual incompatibility. Additional affliction may cause impotence or unatural attractions. May come of as sanity, defeated or shy.”
    • Johannes Kepler (2), Chantelle M. (3), Dominic Monaghan (3), 7th from Moon: Tom Waits (1), Mike H. (3), Lizette (1), Mark Duplass (3), Martina Klein (3), Isaac Newton (1), Terry MacKinnell (2), Dominic Monaghan (3),

Mercury in Mula 8th house: Rules the 2nd & 5th houses for Taurus ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 8th house “brings great renown, longevity; it makes him a great supporter of his family and lord and leader of an army.” “Death is caused by anemia, bloodlessness, vertigo and similar diseases.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 8th house “gives prosperity due to favour and kindness of the king. The person suffers from pride, opposes others and destroys their work. Vipreet raja can make this Mercury very auspicious; the native may be long lived, fame spreads far and wide, he remains cheerful, has sex with many different women, but has strength and supports his family. The person may have poor handwriting and be opposed to their brothers. Problems arise due to signing contracts, borrowing or lending without first thinking it through.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mercury in the 8th house: “The native will possess many good qualities. He will be known for his breeding and curious disposition. He will inherit as well as earn much wealth. He will be learned and famous for his scholarship in many subjects. He will live long but have a weak constitution.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 8th house: “The native is endowed with abundant land wealth, but he will have little mental felicity and be bereft of happiness from elder brother. Wealth usually comes from testament or inherited property. Wealth increases after marriage from the cooperation of partner or partners family.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 8th house: “Will have very little of no happiness from husband or wife. Misunderstandings with elder brothers. Gets landed properties. When the 2nd lord is strong there is an influx and loss of wealth. Observation reveals that there will be very little earnings but inherited or accumulated wealth will disappear.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 8th house: “The native will have less progenies happiness, will be troubled by cough, pulmonary or respiratory disease, be given to anger and devoid of happiness.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 8th house: “Paternal property will be lost due to debts. There will be extinction of the family. The native will suffer from lung trouble. He will be peevish and unhappy, but not poor.”
    • Christina Applegate (1), Harish (4), Teja Keveti, 8th from Moon: Morihei Ueshiba (3), Harish (4), Steve Austin (2), Franco (2), Rudyard Kipling (1), Alicia Machado (actress, singer, model (3)), Kirk Douglas (1), Andrew Johnson (2), Jean Cabut (3), Louis Pasteur (3), Johannes Kepler (2),

Mercury in Mula 9th house: Rules the 3rd & 6th houses for Aries ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 9th house “The native is of great learning and wealth, of saintly temperament and spiritually inclined. They are conversant in anything and of eloquent speech.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 9th house “gives respect for education and giving help to others and alms to beggars. They get wealth, happiness from servants and sons. A well placed Mercury with benefic influences will give religious tendency, study of philosophy and scripture, havan, yagna, and religious rites. The person will be devoted to father, a good orator, famous but will oppose ostentatious shows of religion.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mercury in the 9th house: “The native will acquire much education and wealth. He will be a great scholar interested in theosophy and metaphysics and have a scientific mind. He will love music and pleasure in Venus conjoins Mercury here. Conjunct Jupiter will give wit and wisdom; he may travel abroad and lecture in educational institutions on invitation. Relations with father will be friendly and happy.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 9th house: “Native is bereft of paternal bliss, makes a fortune through his wife and enjoys the happiness of having a son.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 9th house: “Fortune will improve after marriage. Father untrustworthy. Long journeys. Sudden and unexpected changes in life. If favourably disposed the natives broth will inherit ancestral property. The native himself will benefit though their brother. When afflicted, the native will have misunderstandings with his father.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 9th house: “The native will trade in wood and stones and confront many fluctuations in trade. Whenever the 6th and 9th houses are related in all way, rises and falls in fortune will be a frequent part of this natives destiny.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 9th house: “If well fortified, father becomes a judge. The maternal uncle becomes highly fortunate. The will be misunderstandings with one’s father. There will be benefits from cousins. If afflicted: poverty, sinful acts, misfortune through relatives, ungrateful towards preceptor and engagement in unrighteous deeds. If moderate affliction the native becomes a mason, timber merchant or stone cutter.”
  • Commentary: 
    • Semi Joseph Begun (3), Albert Bandura (2), Sai Teja (1), Pirooz (3), Lizette (1), 9th from Moon: Bill Ayer (2), B.K.S. Iyengar (3), Emmanuel Macron (2), Jim Morrison (3), Russia (2),

Mercury in Mula 10th house: Rules the 4th & 7th houses for Pisces ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 10th house “brings success in every enterprise, good education, strength, wisdom and happiness. He is noble and acts truthful in speech.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 10th house “endows the native with great learning, knowledge, all kinds of wealth and property, and is the door of noble deeds, sweet spoken, sensual and pleasure loving. This is considered a very auspicious placement for Mercury. Wealth is earned through teaching, crafts, music, writing, work relates tot he courts. They usually have more than one career and possibly multiple sources of income. The person gets paternal wealth in exceptional measure, he is tactful, get royal authority and respect in society. They are economical with words, handsome, happy, patient, religious with sattvic mind, and is sincere and honest in their aims and objectives.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mercury in the 10th house: “He will be a happy straight-forward person. He will be a scholar in many subjects and engaged in acquiring more knowledge and fame. He will be successful in his endeavours. He will have defective eyesight but profound knowledge of astrology and mathematics. If Venus is in conjunction he will have. Charming wife and wealth. If Jupiter, he will be unhappy and childless but move in powerful circles of government. Saturn and Mercury make the native toil in jobs like copyist and proofreader and they will suffer penury.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 10th house: “The native will enjoy royal honours, be an alchemist, be extremely pleased, will have pleasures and will concur the five senses. The native will do trade business or have a profession with the things of the 4th house: dairy farm, piggery, automobiles, building construction, building materials, civil engineering, agriculture, etc.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 10th house: “Will have political success. He will be an expert chemist. He will vanquish his enemies and make his personality felt be the world. Loss of reputation is possible if this planet is afflicted.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 10th house: “The natives wife will not remain under his control. The native himself will be religious and gifted with wealth and sons etc.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 10th house: “The native will flourish in a profession abroad or his career might involve constant travelling. One will have a devoted and faithful partner who is also likely to be employed and contributing the family income, or be helpful to the natives career. If afflicted, the native partner may be over-ambitious, but without sufficient capacity. Consequently, the natives career may suffer and deteriorate.”
    • Jeff Bezos (4), Pooshan A. (1), Mark Duplass? (3), Martina Klein? (3), 10th from Moon: Chris C. (4), Rush Limbaugh (3), Joseph Pilates (1), Patty Smith (1), Rahul B. (4), Tariq K. (4), Al Capone (4), 

Mercury in Mula 11th house: Rules the 5th & 8th houses for Aquarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 11th house “grants longevity, truth, riches, happiness and several attendants.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 11th house “native is sensual and pleasure loving, extremely wealthy, courteous, cheerful, good natured, strong and studies many branches of learning. This native is capable of achieving all objectives by his own skill while taking on many things at once, Multi-dimensional thinking, skill as a public relations officer, children may become successful traders, and the person will fulfil every promise.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Mercury in the 11th house: “One becomes learned in many sciences. He will possess a keen and sharp intellect, will be wealthy , truthful and happy, have many faithful servants and will prosper in engineering ventures.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 11th house: “The native will be learned, dear to the people, an illustrious author, be very skilful and endowed with many sons and wealth. Education in commerce.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 11th house: “Benefits through sons and success in all undertakings; becomes rich and learned and helps others. Has a number of sons. Becomes an author.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 11th house: “Devoid of wealth, miserable in boyhood, but happy later in life. If the 8th lord is conjunct a benefic they will be long lived.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 11th house: “Elder brother may pass through a difficult time; relationship with him will be strained and troubled. Or the elder brother may cause anguish to the native and his family though his unscrupulous behaviour and conduct. Business may suffer losses and run into debts. If benefics have influence there will be trouble, but the native gets help from friends and older brother to overcome. Afflictions will aggravate the malefic results.”
  • Commentary:
    • David Carradine (2), Val Kilmer (1), Steve Austin (2), Michelle Obama? (4), Al Capone (4), Phil Donahue (4), 11th from Moon:  J.R.R. Tolkien (3), Abhishek Chakraboty (2), Christina Applegate (1), Semi Joseph Begun (3), Michelle Obama (4),

Mercury in Mula 12th house: Rules the 6th & 9th houses for Capricorn ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Mercury in 12th house “makes life miserable, devoid of learning and full of humiliation. One is cruel and indolent in temperament.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Mercury in 12th house “causes the native to be deserted by his own men, devoid of mercy, dexterous, clever, cunning, deceitful and has a dirty impure heart. The person wastes their mental powers and time, and they go to extremes in everything. The native is learned, but cannot make use of it since he cannot decide his aim.”
  • B.V. Raman: Mercury in the 12th house: “Capricious and wayward the native will indulge in extra marital relations and suffer penury. His perverted thinking will make him unhappy. He will have few children.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 12th house: “Money is spent on vice and the native is finical to the learned and does violence to animals. The native will be of questionable character and intent on traversing other people’s wives.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 12th house: “If well disposed there will be difficulty and sorrow through destructive nature; causes harm to others. If afflicted: miserable, hard, wretched existence.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 12th house: “Will incur loss of fortunes, will always spend his money on auspicious acts and will become poor spending money to entertain guests. When Jupiter is here they will be very generous and spend much money with the desire to increase their fame. They spend lavishly on entertaining guests without care for finances.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 12th house: “Gives a poor back-ground. The native will suffer much and have to work very hard in life; even then success will not come to him. He will be religious and noble but always in want. Father may die early leaving the native penniless.” 
  • Commentary: Macron’s Mercury is part of a double power Vipreet Raj exchanging signs with Guru (Jupiter)in 6th while being conjunct with the Sun who is exchanging signs with Saturn in 8th. A unique combination to be sure. It can be noted that his Moon & Mars are also exchanging signs. Only Venus is left out being part of any common yogas with other planets, but Venus is his Yoga Karaka ruler of 5th & 10th sitting the the 11th which itself forms a powerful yoga for wealth with Ketu’s aspect he has seen no limit to his ambition or wealth acquisition. Classically the 11th house might be the greatest sin house: greed. He has an interesting chart because at first look it’s doesn’t look like much, certainly not like a Macron. The 1st house is aspected by Rahu & debilitated Mars & the 1st lord in 8th house isn’t usually that good (but for the unique yogas of 1st lord, and Mars, and even Rahu get yoga karaka status in the 9th), his 5th house & 5th lord are in really good shape except for aspects from the nodes but this just serves his materialistic ambitions which likely relate more with getting attention than wealth. 
    • Emmanuel Macron (2), Terry MacKinnell (2), Rush Limbaugh (3), Chris C. (4), Alicia Machado (actress, singer, model (3)), Sydney Biddle Barrow (3), Ludwig von Beethoven (1), Kirk Douglas (1), Jim Morrison (3), 12th from Moon: Diane Keaton (1), Val Kilmer (1), Adrianna T. (2), Pirooz (3), Richard Nixon (1),

Jupiter in Mula

Too much freedom: freedom from suffering and freedom to do anything they want. They might have many illegitimate children, illegitimate credentials. They might have broad base of knowledge but will not use it. They might abandon everything they ever learned. The moral compass does not work very well in Mula where there are no directions

Queen Elizabeth I was crowned after years of brutal wars and murders of religious rivals. Her father had instigated a schism; her sister brutally slaughtered hundreds if not thousands. Queen Elizabeth I was able to maintain an open mind on religious topics which was essentially the foundation of peace and religious tolerance in England.

They will have knowledge of their roots back to ancient times. They might have extensive studies in various branches of knowledge, but for their work they will, on one hand, abandon all of them, while on the other hand bringing all their knowledge together to do something unique. One one hand they might worship dark gods while on the other hand proclaiming that all gods are one. They are spiritual without being religious; though they will be like to celebrate all the local religious traditions. But somehow they will remain unaccountable for their beliefs and may have learnered that there are no consequences to their beliefs. There moral compass shows the same in every direction it’s not working. They can be very good guides when everything is hopeless. 

From another prospective they might have a lot of illegitimate children. Possibly acting as a kind of nurturing spiritual nourishing caretaker for so many children.  Creation without regard for the consequences; mindless indulgence, excessive pride. Of course women might also have husbands like this: unaccountable. On the other hand, Jupiter is capable of incredible expansion in Mula, there is not limit to Mula, to Ketu, to chaos, to what morals can be abandoned. In some ways they accept that what is, is perfect. They might believe in the Buddhist doctrine on momentariness which leaves the moment without meaning and from there they can easily slip into nihilism. I tend to refute the doctrine of momentariness by taking it the other way and connecting it with the moment before and all the other moments before, back tot he deep deep roots of where this moment comes from; to the beginning of time. So this moment might be all that is really real, but all of time, past and future, is also contained in it. The moment is not empty, but full. Everything that ever happened is contained in the moment. You get your moment over there because I get mine over here. It’s all connected and because of that it all has meaning and possibility. Freedom from suffering and freedom to do as you like; the ultimate freedom. This is where we discover how dangerous or compassionate that freedom can be,  

They will ultimate worship a formless god. This puts them on the side of Shiva and the fierce forms of mother and mother nature. Put simple: they have faith in Kali ma. In her four arms she holds a a severed head (Aries), a skull cap for alms (Taurus), a trident (Gemini), a sickle or crescent shaped knife as would be used in the fields (Cancer). 

“I have a very strong spiritual need. And getting into nature is going to church for me. It’s my way of surrendering to the bigger picture, to the whole. I feel the skin of life on the planet as a sort of co-evolved life form… It’s my own belief that [nature] is alive, a single organism on this amazing, rare, and perhaps unique planet. I really need to feel that connection.” — James Taylor

Jupiter in Mula Pada1, Aries navamsha: They have a lot of freedom to act and take initiative. 

Jupiter in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha: They might have a large collection of ancient spiritual artefacts, shamanic implements, strange things. 

Jupiter in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha: The might like to signal their virtues while knowing their beliefs are empty inside. 

Jupiter in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha: Jupiters exaltation navamsha. Crazy train. They might become a kind of perceptor for the crazy train. Herbal medicine, ganga smokers, people who use drugs to commune with god. 

Queen Elizabeth I of England (1), Margareth del Valle Bellorin Casique (1), William Butler Yeats (1), Meiji Constitution Japan (1), Antonin Scalia (1), Vincent Van Goth (1), Baghdad (1), Tom Thomson (1), Eckhart Tolle (1), Sexual Abuse #6 (1), Valerie Solanas (1), Lydia Shire (1), Christine Victoria (1), 

Prince Andrew Duke of York *(2), Andrew Loyd Webber (2), Catherine of Aragon (2), Dalip Singh (2), Herman Hesse (2), Ben Affleck (2), Robert Boustany (2), Al Gore (2), Israel Independence (2), Remi Bruere (2), Jean Claude Van Damme (2), James Taylor (2), 

Harry Prince of Wales (3), Charles Prince of Wales (3), Martin Heidegger (3), Gwyneth Paltrow (3), Krisna Zawaduk (3), David Carradine (3), Jeffery Dahmer (3), Josep Rhodes (3), Taras (3), Bolichand (3), Earthquake 1960 (most powerful ever (3)), Richard Nixon (3), 

Pope Francis (4), Ludwig von Beethoven (4), Max Stirner (4), Avril Lavigne (4), Ozzy Osbourne (4), Clark Gable (4), Richard Gatling (4), Shaquille O’Neal (4), Dawn D. (4), Shelly Sargent (4),////20apr22////

Jupiter in Mula 1st house: Rules the 1st & 4th houses for Sagittarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: “The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: “[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Hansa Maha Purusha Yoga: “The native face has the lustre of blood. He has an elevated nose, beautiful and strong organs, brown complexion, red nails, speaks like a swan and is phlegmatic in nature. His hands and feet have the marks of conch, lotus, rod to drive an elephant, fist, couple of rosary beads, stringed bed, and a pitcher. His eyes are the colour of honey and his forehead is roundish. He loves water places, is extremely lustful, is not satisfied by women, of 86 Anguls in stature and lives for 96 years. He becomes the ruler of the region of Valhika, Shoorsen and of lands between Ganga and the Yamuna and his death occurs in the midst of woods. The native has self-respect, is of good conduct and character, learned and endowed with moral strength.”
  • Gaj-Kesari Yoga: Jupiter in the 10th house from Moon: “Very favourable for career, attains a dignified position and wealth. There could be strong idealism and spiritual pursuits. Mansagari maintains that the native will give up spouse and children and become an ascetic.” A more general Gaj-Kasari Yoga has Jupiter in any Kendra from the moon. “This makes a person illustrious, over-powering, virtuous, wealthy, intelligent, scholarly, of royal bearing and enjoying lasting fame.”
  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 1st house “makes a person handsome, attractive, fortunate, long living, fearless, and blessed with children.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: “Moon & Jupiter conjunction makes a person courteous, of firm disposition, keeps his thoughts secret, remains engaged in virtuous acts and is good to others. They are religious and have faith in the gods, are devoted to teachers, extremely popular, ready to do works for public welfare; they are pure, clear, liberal, theistic.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 1st house: “The natives will get physical comforts and physical prowess. He will be thoughtful, intelligent, fickle-minded, will have two wives, and will have sexual relations with women other than their own wife. A grand personality, healthy body and great resistance to disease. But malefic will have their effect felt by both the ascendant and ascendant lord.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 1st house: “The native lives by his own exertion, will have an independent spirit and will have two wives, or one married and another illegal. If well disposed, the person becomes famous in his own community or country.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 1st house: “The native is blessed with learning, virtues, ornaments, land, conveyances and maternal happiness.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 1st house: “The native becomes highly learned, but will be afraid to speak in public assemblies. He is likely to loose inherited wealth. But the strength of this planet, wether strong, medium or weak will determine if the native is born into a  wealthy, middle class or poor family.”
  • Commentary: These natives are prosperous, humanistic, highly educated and expansive. They can be overly indulgent. This is good for land ownership or stewardship, vehicles, higher education. They will tend to gain weight later in life, of possibly during Jupiter periods. They are somehow seated firmly in themselves.
    • Queen Elizabeth I of England (1), Harry Prince of Wales (3), Dalip Singh (2), Clark Gable (4), Richard Gatling (4), Dawn D. (4), Jupiter Conjunct Moon: Catherine of Aragon (2), Al Gore (2), Ozzy Osbourne (4),

Jupiter in Mula 2nd house: Rules the 2nd & 5th houses for Scorpio ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 2nd house makes the “native good at speech, a good judge of food articles, they are handsome, wealthy and learned.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 2nd house “endows the native with a handsome appearance, education, virtues, fame, a charitable disposition, wealth and a lack of enemies. The native loves poetry, speaks authoritatively: loquacious and eloquent. The natives wife will also have a beautiful face. If this Jupiter is in a sign of Mars the native might have a very short span of life and may die as early as 6 years old.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be wealthy, proud, will have two or more wives but no son. No son is usually only seen in the case of Aquarius ascendant when Jupiter has some added affliction.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 2nd house: “Becomes proud. The native may marry twice or trice depending upon the strength of the 7th house. He may become childless. The position of the 2nd lord in a constellation which does not happen to be in the 3rd, 5th or 7th from Janma nakshatra is highly desirable, especially if he is otherwise fortified. The exaltation of the 2nd lord of his disposition in lagna, the 4th, 5th, 7th, 9th, 10th, will fortify him to the extent of making him a yogakaraka. The native will be enabled to make considerable fortune through business of occupation consistent with the nature of the 2nd lord & 2nd house. Malefics aspects can bring loses. Affliction to the 2nd house can also cause the native to not get nutritious & delicious food, his family and children might suffer disease or disfunction, and relations with life-partner may not be cordial.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will have the blessing of wealth and many sons. He will be supportive of his family, honourable, attached to his wife and famous in the world. These natives often study mathematics and economics.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 2nd house: “If favourably disposed, the native will be blessed with a beautiful wife and well-behaved children. There will be gains from government or king. He will become learned and a good astrologer. If weak and afflicted the native is poor, loss of money through government displeasure. Will be unable to maintain his own family; will have family troubles and misunderstandings. Becomes a priest in a shiva temple.”
  • Commentary: Robert Boustany studied physics, Al Gore studied economics, 
    • Krisna Zawaduk (3), Martin Heidegger (3), Al Gore (2), Margareth del Valle Bellorin Casique (1), Robert Boustany (2), 2nd from Moon: Ludwig Von Beethoven (4), Vincent Van Goth (1), Shaquille O’Neal (4), Prince Andrew Duke of York *(2), Bolichand (3),

Jupiter in Mula 3rd house: Rules the 3rd & 6th houses for Libra ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 3rd house “causes one to suffer disrespect, they are miserly, have a well known brother, is sinful and wickedly disposed.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in the 3rd house “native is devoid of courtesy, politeness, and generosity; they are misery and ungrateful. The native makes many pilgrimages and makes his destiny by dint of own effort and intellect, but due to over-ambition conditions are never quite satisfactory. Interested in writing, thoughtful, intelligent, wise, performing work with intelligent devices and has a tendency towards spiritualism.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 3rd house: “endowed with happiness through brothers, wealthy, will have sons, and be cheerful and extremely happy.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 3rd house: “Brave, surrounded by friends and relatives and blessed with good children, wealthy, happy and contented. The 3rd lord well disposed int he 3rd 6th or 11th indicated a number of younger brothers. When the 3rd lord happens to be Mars and occupies the 3rd the native generally will loose all his younger brothers. Saturn will give similar effects. The Sun in a similar position will kill elder brothers.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 3rd house: “The native will be given to anger, be bereft of courage inimical to all his brothers and will have disobedient servants.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 3rd house: “If fortified it conferred enmity with brothers; the natives uncle will befriends the natives brother and both will work against the natives interest; the the natives brother suffers frequently from ill health. If weak and afflicted there will be no younger sibling.”
  • Commentary: Many have some kind of foggy service, advisory or consultation business when one is randomly called to fix something merely by applying your best judgement. Commercial business, team managers where the team might often change, and work that is not steady. They are usually good at working with their hands. They do have a tendency to miss the details and ignore the information coming in if it doesn’t fir their ideology. 
    • Tom Thomson (1), Taras? (3), Ozzy Osbourne (4), Israel Independence (2), Remi Bruere (2), Baghdad (1), 3rd from Moon: Avril Lavigne (4), Ben Affleck (2), Margareth del Valle Bellorin Casique (1), Antonin Scalia (1), Valerie Solanas (1), Taras (3), Sexual Abuse #6 (1),

Jupiter in Mula 4th house: Rules the 4th & 7th houses for Virgo ascendant.

  • Jataka Bharnam: Hansa Maha Purusha Yoga: “The native face has the lustre of blood. He has an elevated nose, beautiful and strong organs, brown complexion, red nails, speaks like a swan and is phlegmatic in nature. His hands and feet have the marks of conch, lotus, rod to drive an elephant, fist, couple of rosary beads, stringed bed, and a pitcher. His eyes are the colour of honey and his forehead is roundish. He loves water places, is extremely lustful, is not satisfied by women, of 86 Anguls in stature and lives for 96 years. He becomes the ruler of the region of Valhika, Shoorsen and of lands between Ganga and the Yamuna and his death occurs in the midst of woods. The native has self-respect, is of good conduct and character, learned and endowed with moral strength.”
  • Gaj-Kesari Yoga: Jupiter in the 10th house from Moon: “Very favourable for career, attains a dignified position and wealth. There could be strong idealism and spiritual pursuits. Mansagari maintains that the native will give up spouse and children and become an ascetic.” A more general Gaj-Kasari Yoga has Jupiter in any Kendra from the moon. “This makes a person illustrious, over-powering, virtuous, wealthy, intelligent, scholarly, of royal bearing and enjoying lasting fame.”
  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 4th house “grants the native company of his mother, friends, attendants, sons, wife, happiness and plenty of corn (food).”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 4th house “endows the native with honour and respect from society, happiness from wealth, conveyance, and favour from the king. The native will have all kinds of comforts and convenience, will be large hearted and wise. He will have a good house, lands, cattle, wealth. If Moon, Venus and Jupiter are all strong the person will have conveyance of the highest standard. They will gain recognition from the world, If Jupiter is weak and afflicted the native will lack happiness in all of these things.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 4th house: “The native will rise to ministership, will possess all kinds of wealth, will be skilful, virtuous, honourable, learned, happy and well disposed to his wife.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 4th house: “Religiously inclined. Will have respect for traditions. Will be rich, respected, happy and sensual.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 4th house: “The wife of the native will not remain under his control. He will himself be truthful, intelligent, and religious, but he will suffer from dental disease.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 4th house: “Gives lucky and happy marriage partner with many children and comforts. The native may have benefit of high academic qualification and own many vehicles. If afflicted, domestic harmony may be spoiled through immature and mean partner. The native may run into endless problems on account of his conveyances. If severely afflicted by the nodes and other malefics the natives wife is of questionable character.”
    • Earthquake 1960 (most powerful ever (3)), Richard Nixon (3), Meiji Constitution Japan (1), Antonin Scalia (1), Jeffery Dahmer (3), Avril Lavigne (4),  Catherine of Aragon (2), 4th from Moon: Robert Boustany (2), David Carradine (3), Jean Claude Van Damme (2), Dawn D. (4), Martin Heidegger (3),

Jupiter in Mula 5th house: Rules the 5th & 8th houses for Leo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 5th house person “suffers at the hands of his sons; he is intelligent and an advisor to rulers.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 5th house enjoys the happiness of a good son and a good friend. “The person has knowledge of mantras (spells and charms), is soft spoken and has much wealth and conveyances. This person is an epicurean, believing pleasure to be the greatest good of life. He makes good use of intelligence and logic and may gain wealth from investments, trading shares, speculation, lottery or gambling. But if this Jupiter is poorly placed with malefic influence there will be loss of son.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 5th house: “If this lord is in conjunction with a benefic the native is blessed with sons, but if it’s conjunct a malefic they will have no children. Either way they are likely to be virtuous and dear to friends.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 5th house: “Favourably disposed it indicates a number of sons, the native becomes great in his own line of activity, otherwise becomes and expert in mantrashastra and befriends persons of power. He may also become an expert in mathematics or head of a religious institution. If afflicted, contrary results should be predicted: children will die, he will not keep his word and he will have a cruel, wavering mentality.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 5th house: “The native will be dull-witted. He will have few children, be long lived and healthy. The native of this combination will be prompted to study history, ancient languages and other things that have been lost to time or are considered dead. If Pisces ascendant they may become a mining engineer.”
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 5th house: “If conjunct the 5th lord the children of the native get into trouble; they may commit some crime, develop some illness, or behave in ways that affect the natives reputation. The native and his own father may also develop misunderstandings. If heavily afflicted a child may die soon after birth or cause much grief to the native due to incurable physical affliction or mental retardation. The native himself may also suffer poor bodily health. If in the 6th, 8th, or 12th navamsha the effects may be greatly mitigated; but if it’s further fortified in Kendra or Trikona the evil results will be intensified. Since 5th house is the buddhisthana the native himself may suffer nervous tension, breakdown or mental aberration.”
    • James Taylor (2), Lydia Shire (1), Josep Rhodes (3), Jean Claude Van Damme (2), 5th from Moon: Baghdad (1), Shelly Sargent (4),

Jupiter in Mula 6th house: Rules the 6th & 9th houses for Cancer ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 6th house “person is indolent and disrespected, but destroys his enemies and is clever with mantras (charms & spells).” “May develop consumption.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 6th house “gives a love for music and a desire for fame and glory. The person will be victorious over enemies, but will be lazy in completing tasks once they are started. The person is full of pride and will show favour to his own caste. If this Jupiter is well placed with favourable aspects the person will benefit from faithful servants. If this Jupiter is poorly placed the person will suffer liver disorders and ulcers etc.”
  • Nirbhagya Yoga: 9th lord in the 6th, 8th or 12th house. “The person will lose all parental property such as lands, house ect. They will have no regard from good people and elders and will be irreligious, distressed, wearing old, worn out clothes, and will remain poor and miserable.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 6th house: “The native will have enmity with his own kinsmen while making friendship with others. They will have only mediocre happiness in matters like wealth. He will possess sound health, he will like to take exercise and will be hard working and valorous.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 6th house: “Increase of cousins. Natives maternal uncle becomes famed. If in conjunction with a weak lagnadhipathi he will suffer from incurable disease and increase of enmity with kith and kin.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 6th house: “The native will be less fortunate, devoid of happiness from maternal uncles, and troubled by enemies.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 6th house: “Gives a sickly father afflicted with chronic disease. If benefics flank such a sixth house, the native may gain wealth by termination of fathers legal problems, and by way of compensation, costs recovered. If afflicted by malefic the natives attempts to make his fortune may be frustrated from litigation involving his father or debts contracted by him.”
    • Prince Andrew Duke of York *(2), William Butler Yeats (1), Charles Prince of Wales (3), Herman Hesse (2), 6th from Moon: Remi Bruere (2), Israel Independence (2), Josep Rhodes (3), Andrew Loyd Webber (2), Krisna Zawaduk (3),

Jupiter in Mula 7th house: Rules the 7th & 10th houses for Gemini ascendant.

  • Jataka Bharnam: Hansa Maha Purusha Yoga: “The native face has the lustre of blood. He has an elevated nose, beautiful and strong organs, brown complexion, red nails, speaks like a swan and is phlegmatic in nature. His hands and feet have the marks of conch, lotus, rod to drive an elephant, fist, couple of rosary beads, stringed bed, and a pitcher. His eyes are the colour of honey and his forehead is roundish. He loves water places, is extremely lustful, is not satisfied by women, of 86 Anguls in stature and lives for 96 years. He becomes the ruler of the region of Valhika, Shoorsen and of lands between Ganga and the Yamuna and his death occurs in the midst of woods. The native has self-respect, is of good conduct and character, learned and endowed with moral strength.”
  • Gaj-Kesari Yoga: Jupiter in the 10th house from Moon: “Very favourable for career, attains a dignified position and wealth. There could be strong idealism and spiritual pursuits. Mansagari maintains that the native will give up spouse and children and become an ascetic.” A more general Gaj-Kasari Yoga has Jupiter in any Kendra from the moon. “This makes a person illustrious, over-powering, virtuous, wealthy, intelligent, scholarly, of royal bearing and enjoying lasting fame.”
  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 7th house “gives good wife and sons. He is amiable and more generous than his father.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 7th house “makes the natives mind joyfully engaged in reading the Shastras. He is by nature courteous, very happy through wife and wealth, an excellent advisor, and good poet.” “This native earns a high income, gets success in their hopes, and has a great personality. He enjoys physical and bodily health, and get cooperation from their younger brother and other partners. This is considered very favourable for achieving grandeur, majesty and prosperity.”
  • B.V. Raman: Jupiter in the 7th house: “Diplomatic and kind hearted, the native gets a virtuous, good looking and chart wife. He will get a good education and gain through marriage. He will be sensitive the the feelings of others. He has a speculative mind and is a good agriculturist. He undertakes pilgrimages to distant places and is superior to his father in his qualities. The native will possess good sons.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 7th house: “The native will be endowed with happiness through wife, have courage, will be skilful and intelligent, but afflicted by windy disease.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 7th house: “If well placed the native will have a charming and magnetic personality. Women will flock to him and seek him out for alliance. Ones partner will be just and honourable having come from a good family or reputation and social standing. If weak and afflicted is give a lonely life devoid of marriage and friends as well as loss through marriage negotiations.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 7th house: “The native will get happiness through wife, will be intelligent, virtuous, eloquent, truthful and devoted to religion.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 7th house: “The native gets a mature wife who will assist him in his work. He will travel abroad on diplomatic missions. He will be well known for his skill in speaking and obtaining objectives. He will make profits through partnerships and co-operative ventures. If malefic afflict the 10th lord the native will be debased in his sexual habits and indulge in every kind of vice.”
    • Vincent Van Goth (1), Ben Affleck (2), Bolichand (3), 7th from Moon: Clark Gabel (4), Tom Thomson (1),

Jupiter in Mula 8th house: Rules the 8th & 11th houses for Taurus ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 8th house “native is poor and earns his living as a lowly servant. They are sinful but enjoy longevity.” “May develop consumption.” “Brings about death without much trouble, or through Kapha (phlegm).”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in the 8th makes “the native a servant, baser, foul, dirt, humble, poor, lacking discrimination and discernment, discourteous, given to laziness and suffering from bodily weakness. They may be opposed to learned people and their own father and will not get favour or kindness form distinguished people. The person is diseased, opposed to family traditions and customs, will be base and mean, and suffer insults accordingly.”
  • B.V. Raman: Jupiter in the 8th house: “The native will be unhappy but generous hearted. He will live long. He will have difficulty in speech. He may do ignoble deeds but pretend to be noble. He may have liaisons with widows. He will have dirty habits and suffer from coitus. He will have a painless death. If Jupiter is debilitated and Moon is in the 4th house, the native will be menial and always ordered about.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 8th house: “The native will be long lived, unless the lord is weak (by shadbala), then the lifespan will be medium and the native will be a thief, blameworthy himself while blaming others.”
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 8th house: “If endowed with strength the native will live a long life enjoying happiness. He will acquire lands, conveyance, power and position due to the merit of past lives. If the 8th lord is weak one may not have any serious trouble, but may not enjoy and luck or good fortune of any significance. The father may die or pass through some crisis. If afflicted the native will fail in his undertakings as he will be prompted to do the wrong thing and suffer loss thereby.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 8th house: “The native will suffer losses in his undertakings. He will be long lived while his wife will die before him. Exalted Saturn confers extra longevity. May deal in scrap, metal or minerals.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 8th house: “The native, though rich at birth, suffered many calamities and loses most of his money. He will suffer for thieves, cheats, and swindlers. If the 11th lord occupies a malefic constellation the native will be forced to eke out a living through begging.”
    • Sexual Abuse #6 (1), Christine Victoria (1), 8th from Moon: Gwyneth Paltrow (3),

Jupiter in Mula 9th house: Rules the 9th & 12th houses for Aries ascendant.

  • Karako bravo Nashtu: When the karaka (or signifying agent) of a house is placed the house of his significations it destroys the results of that house. Jupiter is the Karaka for the 2nd, 5th, 9th, 10th, & 11th. This position brings too much ritual and dogma; as well as inflated confidence in the power of ones own guru, beliefs, or lineage. “Church proud and patronising to those with other beliefs.” (Pijan)
  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 9th house allows one to “rise to be a famous minister endowed with wealth and children and is anxious to perform noble deeds.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 9th house “native becomes a minister tot he king, does many auspicious deeds, has knowledge of the shares, is learned, follows rules and is devoted to Brahmins. A well placed Jupiter with benefic influence makes the native well cultured, courteous, polite, a benefactor to others, leads a pious religious life, enjoy showing reverence to wise men, is modest in behaviour, interested in performing yagna, completes penance, and attains a position of distinction among a friendly circle. The person is sincere, pure, transparent without any character flaws.”
  • B.V. Raman: Jupiter in the 9th house: “The native will be an exponent of law or philosophy. If aspired by benefic planets he will acquire much immovable property. He will be fond of his brothers. If Moon or Mars have influence he will become a great military learned or commander. If Sun or Venus join Jupiter here he will become characterless. Beneficially aspected by Saturn make the native live a life of austerity and strive for divine communion. He may visit foreign lands as a lecturer or preacher, etc. He will be conservative and principled.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 9th house: “The native will be endowed with abundant fortunes, will be virtuous, handsome and enjoy happiness from brothers.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 9th house: “Gives a long life and a prosperous father. The native will be religiously inclined and charitable. He will travel abroad and earn money and distinction. If afflicted by malefic, or if the 9th lord falls in thew 6th, 8th or 12th navamsa the natives father dies early.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 9th house: “The native will dishonour his teachers, be inimical even to his friends and be always intent on achieving his own ends.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 9th house: “The native will dishonour his teachers, be inimical even to his friends and always intent on achieving his own ends.”
    • Pope Francis (4), 9th from Moon: Meiji Constitution Japan (1), Earthquake 1960 (most powerful ever (3)), Lydia Shire (1), Eckhart Tolle (1), Harry Prince of Wales (3), Charles Prince of Wales (3), Queen Elizabeth I of England (1),

Jupiter in Mula 10th house: Rules the 1st & 10th houses for Pisces ascendant.

  • Jataka Bharnam: Hansa Maha Purusha Yoga: “The native face has the lustre of blood. He has an elevated nose, beautiful and strong organs, brown complexion, red nails, speaks like a swan and is phlegmatic in nature. His hands and feet have the marks of conch, lotus, rod to drive an elephant, fist, couple of rosary beads, stringed bed, and a pitcher. His eyes are the colour of honey and his forehead is roundish. He loves water places, is extremely lustful, is not satisfied by women, of 86 Anguls in stature and lives for 96 years. He becomes the ruler of the region of Valhika (which could be a part of Punjab or and area in central Afghanistan near the Amu Darya river), Shoorsen and of lands between Ganga and the Yamuna and his death occurs in the midst of woods. The native has self-respect, is of good conduct and character, learned and endowed with moral strength.”
  • Gaj-Kesari Yoga: Jupiter in the 10th house from Moon: “Very favourable for career, attains a dignified position and wealth. There could be strong idealism and spiritual pursuits. Mansagari maintains that the native will give up spouse and children and become an ascetic.” A more general Gaj-Kasari Yoga has Jupiter in any Kendra from the moon. “This makes a person illustrious, over-powering, virtuous, wealthy, intelligent, scholarly, of royal bearing and enjoying lasting fame.”
  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 10th house “endows the native with marks of royalty (like and umbrella); the person is a high official in the state, has happiness from wife and children, is victorious and achieve glory. The person has a large home and enjoys good health, home and career are sattvic, and they are a doer of dignified and prestigious deeds. Reputed for performing ceremonies, is successful in every field, has excellent conduct and devoted to doing their duty.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 10th house “makes the native competent and powerful, extremely wealthy, prosperous, rich in beautiful robes, gems, excellent conveyances and royal favour.”
  • B.V. Raman: Jupiter in the 10th house: “The native will be a high official in government, rich, virtuous, steadfast in his spiritual or religious life, wise and happy; he will be guided by higher principles. If Venus conjuncts he will be help in high esteem by government and entrusted with the protection of Brahmins (learned people). If conjunct Rahu, he becomes a mischief-maker and will create troubles for others at every step. If aspected by Mars, the native heads research institutes, academics or educational institutions.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 10th house: “The native will be endowed with paternal happiness, will enjoy royal favour, fame amount men and will undoubtedly have self earned wealth. This is most effective for Capricorn ascendant and least affective for Gemini ascendant.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 10th house: “In addition to the results relating with the 1st lord in the 4th house, there will be professional success, honoured by eminent men, a research scholar or specialisation in that branch of knowledge or profession represented by 1st lord and the 10th.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 10th house: “The native will be skilful in all jobs, will be valorous, truthful, and devoted to teachers and elders.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 10th house: “If powerfully disposed, the native can be very successful in his profession and command respect and honour. If the lord is weak, he will have no self respect, [cringing] for favours, and be dependent his whole life and fickle minded. If the 10th lord is in the 6th, 8th or 12th navamsha, the career will be routine and ordinary. If 3 other planets conjoin the 10th lord, the native will become an aesthetic.”
    • Valerie Solanas (1), Shaquille O’Neal (4), 10th from Moon: Jeffery Dahmer (3), Dalip Singh (2), Max Stirner (4), Christine Victoria (1), James Taylor (2),

Jupiter in Mula 11th house: Rules the 2nd & 11th houses for Aquarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 11th house “native is wealthy, fearless, travelling by own conveyance, and long lived; but they will have few children.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 11th house “makes the native competent, powerful, extremely wealthy with beautiful robes, gems, excellent conveyances and royal favour. Wealth from lands, worship, conveyances, or teaching. This person is ambitious; if well placed with benefics, they will achieve their goals, otherwise they will face difficulties. Happiness from wife, sons, cattle and quadrupeds.”
  • B.V. Raman: Jupiter in the 11th house: “The native will be long lived but have a limited number of children. He will be bold and wealthy, have a piercing intellect and become renowned. He will be fond of music, accumulate many riches and have many friends.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 11th house: “The native will enjoy all kinds of wealth and gains and will be ever diligent, honourable and famous. Significant earnings from interest are likely.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 11th house: “Health will be bad during childhood. Earns considerable wealth but becomes unscrupulous. When well-fortified one earns by lending money, or as a banker, or by running a boarding house.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 11th house: “The native will have gains in all his undertakings. His learning and happiness will increase day by day.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 11th house: “The native will have many friends and brother who help him throughout life. He will have a happy life with the blessing of wife, children, home and comforts.”
    • Andrew Loyd Webber (2), Eckhart Tolle (1), Gwyneth Paltrow (3), David Carradine (3), 11th from Moon: Richard Gatling (4), Herman Hesse (2),

Jupiter in Mula 12th house: Rules the 3rd & 12th houses for Capricorn ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Jupiter in 12th house native is “condemned by others, uses abusive language, is issueless, sinful, idle and menial.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Jupiter in 12th house “makes the native full of anger because of too many agitated feelings. He is sinful, given to idleness, shameless, devoid of intelligence and does not get respect.” “The native is full of too much pride and egotism; has a tendency to exaggerate his virtues, due to which no one gives him respect. He spends wealth extravagantly and is easily deceived by flattery, he will lose wealth many times before learning his lessons. He lacks the spirit of cooperation, his speech is lacking in refinement, and culture and begins to irritate others. They have no restraint for food and drink and may be addicted to wine. The native is give to idleness, jealous of his teachers, has enmity with his servants and his own brothers, loves to travel to foreign lands and has some disease of the private organs. They are give to anger, prosperous with paternal wealth and is full of anxiety by nature.”
  • B.V. Raman: Jupiter in the 12th house: “The native will deride religion and be evil minded. He will commit fearful deeds and lead a lascivious lifestyle. Later on he repents and reforms himself. The native will always be anxious about vehicles , ornaments and clothes.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 12th house: “The native will spend his wealth in evil deeds, his father will be cruel and the native becomes fortunate through his wife.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 12th house: “Sorrow through relatives. Gets fortune from marriage, seclusion. Greet ups and downs. Unscrupulous father. The youngest brother will be a tyrant and the native becomes poor on account of him.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 12th house: “The native expends heavily, does not have physical felicity and will be irritable and spiteful.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 12th house: “The native spends much on religious and righteous purpose. He will have good eyesight and enjoy pleasures of the couch. He will be engaged in agriculture. If afflicted by malefic the native will be restless and always roaming about.”
    • Max Stirner (4), Shelly Sargent (4), Ludwig Von Beethoven (3), 12th from Moon: Pope Francis (4), Richard Nixon (3), William Butler Yeats (1),

Venus in Mula

They have great appreciation for abstract philosophy, religious ceremony, spiritual art and styles. Large, opulent, otherworldly wedding ceremony, military parades, ribbon cutting, and all kinds of pointless ceremonies for every little thing. They are humanists, open minded, accepting of all religions. . They    May give cataracts: cloudy vision, or cloudy senses generally. They love the dreamy cloudy world of science fiction and fantasy, abstract art,

“The drama of this psychopath for Mailer is that he or she seeks love—but love as the search for an orgasm more “apocalyptic” than the ones that preceded it.”

“The awful thing is that beauty is mysterious as well as terrible. God and the devil are fighting there and the battlefield is the heart of man.”

 Fyodor Dostoevsky

“Is there beauty in Sodom? Believe me, that for the immense mass of mankind beauty is found in Sodom. Did you know that secret? The awful thing is that beauty is mysterious as well as terrible. God and the devil are fighting there and the battlefield is the heart of man.”

 Fyodor Dostoevsky

“Above all, do not lie to yourself. A man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a point where he does not discern any truth either in himself or anywhere around him, and thus falls into disrespect towards himself and others. Not respecting anyone, he ceases to love, and having no love, he gives himself up to passions and coarse pleasures in order to occupy and amuse himself, and in his vices reaches complete beastiality, and it all comes form lying continually to others and himself. A man who lies to himself is often the first to take offence. it sometimes feels very good to take offence, doesn’t it? And surely he knows that no one has offended him, and that he himself has invented the offence and told lies just for the beauty of it, that he has exaggerated for the sake of effect, that he has picked up on a word and made a mountain out of a pea–he knows all of that, and still he is the first to take offence, he likes feeling offended, it gives him great pleasure, and thus he reaches the point of real hostility…”

 Fyodor Dostoevsky

“The more conscious I was of goodness and of all that was ‘sublime and beautiful,’the more deeply I sank into my mire and the more ready I was to sink in it altogether.”

 Fyodor Dostoevsky

“She was very fond of thinking and getting at the truth of things, but was so far from being pedantic, so full of youthful ways that from the first moment one began to love all these originalities in her, and to accept them. […] This naive combination in her of the child and the thinking woman, this childlike and absolutely genuine thirst for truth and justice, and absolute faith in her impulses–all this lighted up her face with a fine glow of sincerity, giving it a lofty, spiritual beauty, and one began to understand that it was not so easy to gauge the full significance of that beauty which was not all at once apparent to every ordinary unsympathetic eye.”

 Feodor Dostoevsky

“When I fall into the abyss, I go straight into it, head down and heels up, and I’m even pleased that I’m falling in just such a humiliating position, and for me I find it beautiful. And so in that very shame I suddenly begin a hymn.”

 Fyodor Dostoevsky

“Beauty is a terrible and awful thing! It is terrible because it has not been fathomed and never can be fathomed, for God sets us nothing but riddles. Here the boundaries meet and all contradictions exist side by side. I am not a cultivated man, brother, but I’ve thought a lot about this. It’s terrible what mysteries there are! Too many riddles weigh men down on earth. We must solve them as we can, and try to keep a dry skin in the water.”

 Fyodor Dostoevsky

“Beauty is very difficult to judge. I’m not ready for it yet. Beauty is a mystery.”

 Fyodor Dostoevsky

“Peace is not the absence of war, it is a virtue, a state of mind, a disposition of benevolence, confidence, justice.”

 Baruch Spinoza

“I’m going to have cute boobs ’til I’m 90, so there’s that. I’ll have the best boobs in the nursing home. I’ll be the envy of all the ladies around the bridge table.”

— Christina Applegate

“Nothing spoils a good story like the arrival of an eyewitness.”

— Mark Twain

 “When you simplify…When you get down to the essence, you fix so many things.” “I love making something complex. I love taking everything away, taking all the debris, the conceptual debris from a technology away so that you can just focus on what’s most important.”

— Jack Dorsey

“Apart from values and ethics which I have tried to live by, the legacy I would like to leave behind is a very simple one – that I have always stood up for what I consider to be the right thing, and I have tried to be as fair and equitable as I could be.”

— Ratan Tata

I trust no one, not even myself.

— Joseph Stalin

Venus in Mula Pada 1, Aries navamsha:

Venus in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha:

Venus in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha:

Venus in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha:

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Venus in Mula 1st house: Rules the 6th & 11th houses for Sagittarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: “   The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: “[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 1st house person is “healthy, of sound and charming body.  He is happy and enjoys long life.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: “Moon & Venus conjunction makes the native skilled in buying and selling clothes, subjected to addictions, has practical abilities, is for of perfumes, flowers, and excellent clothes. If there is no other malefic influence on this conjunction then married life remains full of happiness. The native has an extremely loving disposition and is happy due to many physical comforts and conveniences. Rajasic mentality with a love of arts, music, poetry and nature.”
  • B.V. Raman: Venus in the 1st house: “A fortunate position, especially for Capricorn or Aquarius ascendant. The native will possess amiability and a cheerful temperament, responsive to the emotional side of nature. It gives an appreciation for art, music, drama, and singing. There will be a craving for pleasure. Passion will be pronounced and a fondness for scent, flowers, etc. They will be admired by the opposite sex. Good fortune in denoted. Fond of marital partner the native will have a magnetic and attractive personality. Marriage may take place early. If afflicted it indicated discord in marital life.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 1st house: “The native will be sickly, famous, inimical to his relatives, adventurous, and virtuous. If the ascendant is otherwise weakened they could be permanently disabled. But if this 6th lord is in his own or exaltation sign they will not be sick; they will love exercise, remain fixed in reality (not a dreamer), earns by hard work and is wealthy and honourable.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 1st house: “If well aspected the person may join the army as a soldier of commander consistent with the strength and disposition of the planets involved. He may become a minister of war or officer concerned with prisons. He will live in the house of his maternal grandfather. If weak or otherwise afflicted the native becomes a robber, their or leader of a criminal gang.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 1st house: “The native will have a sattvic nature, be rich, happy, even sighted, a poet, eloquent in speech, and always endowed with gains.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 1st house: “The native will be born into a rich family and he will earn much wealth. The strength of this planet will relate with the level of family wealth: very rich, fairly rich or merely well-to-do. He will lose an elder brother later in life.”
  • Commentary: These people are usually well connected, but their lard network and agreeable personality tends to leave then with many problems, fights. Addictions to pleasure. They can be highly motivated achievers who are given many awards for service as their constant complaints and criticisms about unfairness and injustice eventually bear fruit. Relationships tend to remain rocky and conflicted with lots of drama and broken promises. They seem to be caught in vicious cycles of illness, jealousy, addiction to pleasure, debt, and break ups.
    • Glenn M. Walters, Anthony Hopkins (3), Jackson Pollock (2), Howie Mandel, Rajan Tata (), Venus Conjunct Moon: Sarah McLachlan, Anthony Hopkins (3),

Venus in Mula 2nd house: Rules the 7th & 12th houses for Scorpio ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 2nd house gives “poetic talent and all kinds of wealth.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 2nd house “provides the native with tasty, delicious food and makes him a man of taste in regards to new cloths. He is wealthy, prosperous, has conveyance, and is well versed in many sciences. The native speaks with a refined accent and easily attracts others, he honours the family traditions and is devoted to them. He is greatly loved by his own family and there is affection and peace amongst the members; this person gets the paternal property without any obstacles. His face is lovely and charming, If this Venus is debilitated or heavily afflicted then the conditions may be reversed, inviting disputes and even loss of family wealth, imperfections in speech, and the true purity of food and drink.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will have many wives, will gain wealth through his wife and be of procrastinating nature.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 2nd house: “The native gets wealth through marriage. If afflicted one may earn wealth through despicable means as trading in flesh and women, not excluding his wife. He may eat the food offered at death ceremonies and wander about seeking such foods. If the 2nd house is a dual sign and afflicted, more than one marriage is likely. If maraka dasha is going on, one may die in periods of the 7th lord. The native will have a wavering mind and will always be inclined towards sensuality.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will always spend money on auspicious deeds, be religious, speak sweetly, and be blessed with virtues and happiness.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 2nd house: “The person will suffer financial losses. He may contact debt and be involved with nefarious activity. He will not eat timely meals. His eyesight will be poor and his family life will be marked by lack of harmony. If the 12th lord is benefic and in dignity these losses will be greatly reduced and the native can achieve financial stability. He will be a tactful speaker. If the 12th lord is badly disposed the native indulges in gossip and quarrelling.”
    • Ahsanahan (goa drug dealer (4)), Krishnamacharya (3), B.K.S. Iyengar? (1), Peter Kropotkin (4), Dostoyevsky, Sarah McLachlan, Carvello Creighton, 2nd from Moon:

Venus in Mula 3rd house: Rules the 1st & 8th houses for Libra ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 3rd house “causes a man to be wifeless, poverty stricken, unhappy, miserable, miserly and unpopular.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus 3rd house “causes the native to have a weak bodily structure and be miserly and of evil conduct; extremely lustful and excessively sexually indulgent. It does harm to the noble and gentle and remains engaged in doing evil deeds in many ways.” “The guru of the Asuras gives interest in art. If afflicted or debilitated he will be extremely lustful and easily charmed and become infatuated by any damsel. By temperament he is pleasure loving and enthusiastic; but if this Venus is badly afflicted the natives assiduousness and industriousness will be affected.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 3rd house: “Equal to a lion in valour, will have all kinds of wealth, will be horrible, have two wives and be intelligent and happy. The native will be enterprising, and will have the courage to face any situation. The faculties of the body flourish, he will need more nutrition and his diet will need to be richer. When the ascendant is Gemini, the native becomes and aesthetic toward earning money from about he age of 40 – 45 as his vitality and strength become decayed.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 3rd house: “Makes one highly courageous, fortunate, respectable, two wives, intelligent and happy. When well positioned, the natives rise in life will be brought about by his brothers. He may become famous as a musician or a mathematician depending on the nature of the sign and the planets involved.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 3rd house: “The native will be devoid of fraternal happiness, will be indolent and without vigour or servants.”
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 3rd house: “If conjunct the 3rd lord, 3rd house significations suffer. The natives ears may suffer or he may go deaf. Misunderstanding and disputed with siblings; beset by fear and mental anguish. He may imagine things and suffer from hallucinations. He may get involved with debts and get into trouble thereby. If malefic afflict the conjunction of 3rd & 8th lord the natives suffering will be unbearable, but if conjunct the 6th or the 12th lord benefic results may come: he might get a monetary windfall through writing or the agency of a co-born.”
  • Commentary: A love for science and technology. He had a close and lasting friendship with Tesla. They spent much time together in Teslas laboratory. Thomas Edison filmed the only known footage of Twain. 
    • Mark Twain (1), 3rd from Moon: Steph P. (3), Ian Scriven (4), Carvello Creighton, Sarah Yogi, Rajan Tata, Jack Dorsey, Ray Dolby,

Venus in Mula 4th house: Rules the 2nd & 9th houses for Virgo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 4th house give “good means of conveyance, house, property, jewels, clothes, scents, etc.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 4th house gives “numerous kinds of happiness, benefits from friends, agriculture, village, conveyance. This person is a devotee to God and full of joy. Abundant comfort and conveyance, good instincts, urbane mentality (polite, refined, diplomatic), morale upright, prudent, appreciates the arts, and does many deeds for the welfare of others. Exceptional gains through conveyance, cattle, wealth and agriculture is possible. But if this Venus is heavily afflicted there will be losses of all these things, the body will be weak and character doubtful. Effects can occur with exceptional quickness.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 4th house: “The native is endowed with all kinds of wealth. If conjunct Jupiter of in exaltation the native will be equal to a king. The native particularly invest his money in articles of pleasure and luxury and therefore must possess much wealth.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 4th house: “The results of 2nd lord in the 3rd house will apply as well as the following. He will spend money for his own happiness. He will be highly frugal when dealing with money. If well fortified he will earn well as an automotive dealer or agent, or agriculturist, or landlord, or commission agent. He will also be benefited by his maternal relations There will be loss on this account if the 4th lord is afflicted.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 4th house: “The native will be endowed with the happiness of having a houses and conveyances, will have all kinds of wealth and be devoted to his mother.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 4th house: “Gives vast landed properties and beautiful bungalows. The native may earn through estate or land dealings. His mother will be a rich a fortunate woman. He will inherit his fathers immovable property. If afflicted the native will not have any domestic happiness. His early life will be crossed by miseries of a hear-hearted father or disharmony between parents. If Rahu afflicts, ones mother may be a divorce or live separately from father.”
    • Russia (2), Jack Dorsey, Otto von Habsburg, 4th from Moon: Togo Heihachiro (1), Josef Stalin,

Venus in Mula 5th house: Rules the 3rd & 10th houses for Leo ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 5th house gives “vast wealth, living like a king, protector of mankind, wise, with children.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 5th house “endows the native with sons, talent, skill in the whole of the art of poetry, wealth, conveyance and honour of the king. With benefic influences this Venus will give strong power of consultation and deliberation. He is skilled in policy maters, counselling, mantra sastra, and will earth from his intellectual abilities. His ways of recreation and entertainment are worthy of imitation. If this Venus is badly afflicted the native will be driven to grief by the loss of a child, will remain without learning, stupid, falling into wicked company they will enjoy low class entertainment.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 5th house: “The native will be blessed with sons and be worthy. If conjunct or aspected by malefic planets ones partner will be of cruel nature. When the 3rds lord is debilitated here, ones partner is of especially cruel nature and without religion. The native does not get a son and if one is born it’s likely to die. He will also get mental troubles due to his brother. If the 3rd house is related to the 5th house, the native is accomplished in physics or engineering because of the combination between the hands and the mind. Drawing, painting as well as education related to arms and weapons may also result.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 5th house: “Not much pleasure will be derived from children but one will be financially well-off in life. Friction will prevail in domestic life. If well disposed the native will be highly benefited by his brothers. He will carry on agriculture operations on a large scale or he will be adopted by a rich family. He will also shine well in government service.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 5th house: “The native will be endowed with all kinds of learning, will be cheerful, wealthy and blessed with sons. A very auspicious placement. They gain fame based on their intellectual powers and are successful in their field of action. Generally found in the charts of wise statement, scholars, professors, writers, educationists, and actors, etc.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 5th house: “The native shines as a broker and engages in speculation and other business. If a benefic conjoins the 10th lord, the native will peacefully engaged in prayers and pious activity. He may become head of an orphanage or old age home if then 10th lord is in the 6th, 8th or 12th navamsha.”
    • Rudyard Kipling (1), Bill Nye (1), Sachin Shukleshwar, George Foreman, 5th from Moon: Anita D. (3), Richard Burton (4), Trump Jr,

Venus in Mula 6th house: Rules the 4th & 11th houses for Cancer ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 6th house person has “no enemies, no wealth, is spoiled by young damsels and is much aggrieved.” “Disease in the private parts should be expected.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 6th house “causes the native to be disliked by women, has little desire for sexual intercourse and is weak and fearful of enemies. If this Venus is weak and afflicted there will be bodily disease, sorrows, mental trouble, poor diet, and little interest in sex. But if this Venus is well placed with benefic aspects, their experience will be just the opposite.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 6th house: “The native will be given to wrath and theft, he will have a questionable character, be self willed and vicious. This is a very inauspicious placement for any ascendant. Disputes over land, quarrels with tenants and people living in his house, and diminished popularity. Vehicle accident is common. These natives are often adopted. For Taurus ascendant, debilitated Sun will cause a great lack of happiness, dejection, mother will not be well disposed and one remains sickly. The same will happen in Scorpio ascendant when Saturn is debilitated in 6th: the native will suffer great misery and sad consequence. Exalted Mars in 6th house is said to be the only exception to this suffering.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 6th house: “Short-tempered and mean. He will have dissimulating habits, evil thoughts and intentions. Always roaming about.”
  • Kuhu Yoga: 4th lord in the 6th, 8th or 12th house. “The native will be bereft of mother, conveyances, friends, happiness, ornaments, relations. The person will be unemployed and without a place of living having lost the one owned by him or her associating with low people of the opposite sex.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 6th house: “The native will generally remain sickly. He will be cruel, living in foreign places and troubled by enemies. For Gemini ascendant Mars may cause them to confront enemies but they will not be troubled by them.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 6th house: “The native gains money through maternal relatives, litigating and running nursing homes. If afflicted, the native thrives on setting people against each other, involving themselves in other people quarrels and anti-social activity. If afflicted the native may lose through similar sources.”
  • Commentary: “The drama of this psychopath for Mailer is that he or she seeks love—but love as the search for an orgasm more “apocalyptic” than the ones that preceded it.”
    • Neha Mahindu, Steph P. (3), 6th from Moon: Norman Mailer (1), Ghislaine Maxwell (1), Ahsanahan (goa drug dealer (4)),

Venus in Mula 7th house: Rules the 5th & 12th houses for Gemini ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 7th house “gives a good wife and many intrigues with wicked women. He will suffer lose of wife and have more income.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 7th house “native is skilled in many  crafts, enjoys sporting or frolicking in the water, is happy and contented having intercourse with his beautiful wife, but also has a love for prostitutes (but no other women). Happy marriage, healthy, beautiful wife, diplomatic, sweet relations with partners of trade, cooperative, well behaved friends. The native is attractive and charming with hereditary qualities to their lineage. The natives semen will be strong so children and lineage will be strong. If Venus is debilitated of otherwise afflicted the native is devoid of good character, there is much flattery and little sincerity, much selfishness and little nobility, He becomes very irritated when he doesn’t win or get his way.”
  • B.V. Raman: Venus in the 7th house: “Fond of quarrelling, sensuous, passionate, unhealthy habits, a happy marriage and devoted wife. He is fond of pleasure and drink, save, charming, winning manner. He has a magnetic personality. He has danger of loss of vitality due to disease of excess. He is successful in partnership with those of the opposite sex.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 7th house: “The native will be tolerant of all religions and be very religious oneself. They will be endowed with proteinic happiness will always be helpful to others. In college they will develop an aptitude for the opposite sex and developed love affairs. The native makes and effort in education up to Masters or Bachelor of Arts.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 7th house: “If favourably disposed the natives sons live abroad and attain distinction wealth and fame. Or he will have a number of issues. He will also become renown, learned, prosperous, greatly devoted to his master and possess a charming personality. When the lord is afflicted there will be loss of children, one of whom will die abroad after achieving name and fame.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 7th house: “the native will always spend on account of his wife, will not enjoy conjugal bliss and will be bereft of learning and strength.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 7th house: “Wife may come from a poor family. Married life will be unhappy and may end in separation. Later on he will take to aestheticism. Weak in health and suffering phlegmatic troubles, he will be without learning or property.”
    • Ian Scriven (4), Trump Jr, Ray Dolby, Sarah Yogi, 7th from Moon

Venus in Mula 8th house: Rules the 1st & 6th houses for Taurus ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 8th house people enjoy “longevity, wealth, and are rulers of the earth.” “Death by Venereal complaints as those which are caused by sex with bad women.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 8th house “makes the native cheerful and gives recognition from the king. The native is cunning and deceitful, fearless, full of pride and arrogance and on occasion has anxiety and care with regards to his wife and son.” “They do not lack wealth or money. If Venus is strong with beneficial aspects she will earn wealth by fair and honourable means, but if Venus is debilitated and poorly placed the means of wealth accumulation will be of a lower standard and they will try to gain the wealth of others. This person considers themselves to be the most intelligent but lacks reasonableness and cannot argue on the right lines. He does not hesitate to practice hypocrisy and pretension. Such natives will misuse mantras, have mental problems and be subject to some addiction. If Venus has beneficial aspects and no malefic influences the effects will be opposite. The person will have a beautiful wife; sweet spoken, devoted and faithful. They will earn property by inheritance, gain wealth from their wife, profit from partnership, and get wealth as a trustee.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Venus in the 8th house: “Gives many blessings. The native will come by much wealth. He will live a life of comfort and possess all conveniences for such life. The natives mother may suffer some danger. The native himself meets with emotional disappointments early in life; as a consequence, he may resort to a life of piety later in life. If exalted, the native gets much wealth. If Venus is debilitated, or is aspected by Saturn, or is in a Saturn sign in Navamsha, the native lives life of drudgery along with his mother.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 8th house: “The native will have knowledge of occult powers but will be sickly, thievish, extremely wrathful, a gambler and given to travers others wives. Knowledge of the occult is certain with this placement. If the ascendant is Cancer the native may die in infancy. Aries, Libra & Sagittarius ascendants will not allow harm to come to the native, but if there is malefic influence the harm may be doubled and they might be subject to unnatural death.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 8th house: “Learned, gambling tendencies, interested in occultism and mean character. If the lord is strong, they may take pride in helping others and have many friends; He will be religiously in cloned and have a peaceful and sudden end.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 8th house: “The native will be sickly, inimical to the learned and wise, will desire the wealth and wives of others  and will be impure. Gives diseases that remain for the whole life of the native and ultimately become the cause of death. Conjunct the 8th lord and Saturn will be even more malefic. Vipreet raj can confer upon the native wealth prosperity and other auspicious effects.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 8th house: “When fortified he will have middle life. When afflicted he will have plenty of debts and will suffer from loathsome diseases. He will hunt after women other than his own wife and take please in inflicting pain on others.”
    • Lev Simkhovich Vygodsky, Christina Applegate, Ghislaine Maxwell (1), Anita D. (3), 8th from Moon: Phillip Drinker (1), George Foreman, Dostoyevsky, Rudyard Kipling (1), Neha Mahindu, Howie Mandel,

Venus in Mula 9th house: Rules the 2nd & 7th houses for Aries ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 9th house “blesses a man with wife, friends, children; they gain favour and fortune through royal favour.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 9th house “native is very hospitable and reverential to guests, gurus and gods. The native collects money from pilgrimages and is happy due to wealth and conveyances. They wear clothes line a muni and are not at all wrathful. The native leads a pious religious life, performed religious rites, has able worthy sons, gets advantage from government, uses far means to acquire wealth. This is an exceptionally fortunate position for Venus. If Venus is weak or has malefic influences there may be a deterioration of moral life, he is selfish, makes illegitimate relations with older women, becomes a hen pecked husband under the control of his wife; the wife is also not happy.”
  • B.V. Raman: Venus in the 9th house: “The native is born fortunate and endowed with fame learning, children, wife and every kind of happiness. Conjunct Sun will make the native suave and polished in speech but may suffer many physical complaints. Conjunct Saturn will make them a diplomate or otherwise employed by king or government. He will be well known for his balanced view of men and matters. Conjunct Sun & Moon will result in quarrels with women resulting the loss of money. Conjunct Sun & Saturn will give criminal tendencies and activities that may cause the native to face conviction. He can also be notorious as a libertine.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 9th house. “The native will be wealthy, diligent, skilful. He remains sickly in childhood but happy in remaining years. He visits shrines and observes religious rites.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 9th house: “Skilful, ill-health in young age but health after. Will possess lots of wealth and be happy. Who well-fortified and the 9th lord is in lagna the native will have a good inheritance. There will also be benefits through different sources according to the nature of the sign and nakshatra held by the 2nd lord.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 9th house: “The native will have union with many women, be well disposed to his own wife and will initiate a number of deeds. There will come other marriages and sexual unions after the first marriage. Saturn or Sun debilitated here will bring great defame from sexual intercourse.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 9th house: “If fortified, the fathers native lives abroad while the native also makes his fortune in foreign lands. He will attain an accomplished with who will enable him to lead a righteous life. If afflicted, the father may die early. Marriage partner will drag one off-course (away from dharma) and he may waste away his wealth and suffer penury.”
    • 9th from Moon: Krishnamacharya (3), B.K.S. Iyengar (1), Bill Nye (1), Jackson Pollock (2), Russia (2), Baruch Spinoza, Sachin Shukleshwar, Lev Simkhovich Vygodsky,

Venus in Mula 10th house: Rules the 3rd & 8th houses for Pisces ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 10th house person is “a widely celebrated personality, having friends and is happily employed in dominating positions.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 10th house “makes the native extremely fortunate and respected in the world. The person baths and perfumes daily, performs godly worship, and is happy due to having a contented wife and son. They may earn by trade in jewels. This Venus is considered auspicious for wealth; profit from government, rise in status, honour, prestige. Wealth from farmers or ladies makes one extremely rich. It gives conveyance, home, comforts and conveniences. Malefic influences can bring trouble from the king, disrespect from society and losses of glory, and difficulties in ones career.”
  • B.V. Raman: Venus in the 10th house: “The native earns through houses and buildings . He will be highly influential with many women working for him. He will be social friendly and renowned. If Saturn conjuncts the native will profit from cosmetics and articles used by women. He will have healing powers and will be a skilled trader. His education will be disrupted but he will have respect for divine people.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 10th house: “The native will have all kinds of happiness and self made wealth but will nurture wicked females.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 10th house: “A quarrelsome and faithless wife. The native becomes rich. He will be happy and intelligent. Gain from journeys connected with his profession. All the brothers will shine and they will be helpful to him in all ways.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 10th house: “The native will not have paternal bliss, he will be a tale-bearer bereft of livelihood. If there is benefic aspect, these evils will not mature. The native may deal in scraps or dead things. Raja yoga can give work in life insurance or archeology, as well as work relates to coal, metal, minerals mined from beneath the earth.”
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 10th house: “Penury and heavy debt will befall the native, misfortune will follow him at every step. If the 8th lord is weak or falls in the 6th, 8th or 12th navamsha the intensity of misfortune is reduced. If the 8th lord is severely afflicted, the native may suffer physical debility, disease, disfiguration, weak constitution and no bodily comfort. He will be the target of displeasure of superiors and trouble from government will cause worry.”
  • Commentary:
  • Norman Mailers Venus Maha Dasha went from 1965 – 1985. This was the period when  “he aroused much anger and controversy for baiting feminists, gays and people of colour in public forums and in print.” He also won 2 Pulitzer Prizes for Literature in 1969 & 1979 (probably in May) for “Armies in the Night” & “The Executioners Song” Though these awards where mostly influenced by the strength of his Saturn Mercury exchange. He once said that he died a little with each book he published as if writing was a way of emptying himself. He speaking style while giving interviews was also like a scatter shot. But to bring this back to Mula, he did huge amounts of historical research for each novel. His work does bear some similarity to Mark Twains novels in that they present very raw descriptions of historical time periods causing a lot of controversy in the mean time. Although their depictions may be considered accurate; it’s also considered crass and even obscene. 
  • I remember reading Norman Mailers book Ancient Evenings in my early 20. It open with an entity suddenly finding himself in an ancient Egyptian tomb. He’s in there with his own body and that of his ancestors. His grandfathers ghost comes to guide him through the land of the dead, this means coming to know that gods and “The Book of the Gods.”
    • Baruch Spinoza, Norman Mailer (1), 10th from Moon: Otto von Habsburg, Mark Twain (1), Glenn M. Walters,

Venus in Mula 11th house: Rules the 4th & 9th houses for Aquarius ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 11th house “makes the native rich, sexy and indulging in the wives of other men.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 11th house native “respects the arts of music and dance, always obtains wealth, devotes his mind and heart in doing virtuous deeds and following religion. If Venus is strong the person will have excellent character, righteous, and many good qualities. This is considered a very auspicious placement for Venus. Wealth and gain will bring prosperity, affluence and grandeur. They might earn from agriculture and dairy a well. If Venus is debilitated or has malefic influence one will earn wealth by investing in shares, speculation and gambling. Relations with elder brother may not remain cordial, and children will face difficulties in marriage.”
  • B.V. Raman: Venus in the 11th house: “He will be of a wondering nature, will make immense profits possessing all kinds of comforts and luxuries. He will have a weakness for women and long for their company. He will be popular and have many friends.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 11th house “The native will always have gains, good qualities, fame, and many wives.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 11th house: “Self-made, generous, sickly, mother is fortunate, but may also have a step-mother. Favours success in buying & selling cattle and lands.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 11th house: “The native will have financial gains day by day, he will be devoted to teachers, virtuous and doer of charitable deeds.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 11th house: “the native will be exceedingly rich and have powerful, influential friends. His father will be a well known and well placed man. If afflicted, selfish friends will destroy ones wealth through scheming and fraud.”
    • Phillip Drinker (1), Togo Heihachiro (1), 11th from Moon: Christina Applegate, Peter Kropotkin (4),

Venus in Mula 12th house: Rules the 5th & 10th houses for Capricorn ascendant.

  • Phala Deepika: Venus in 12th house “grants sexual pleasure in abundance, wealth and splendour.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Venus in 12th house “makes the native averse to good, righteous deeds, opposed to progress, extremely lustful, devoid of kindness and lying. They may have a phlegmatic condition spending monty of their time in recreation, He has a feudalistic nature, purchases lower quality items.”
  • B.V. Raman: Venus in the 12th house: “Deserted by relatives, hankering after comforts without much success and penury make the natives life miserable.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 12th house: “The native is bereft of happiness for own son and will have to adopt or purchases a son.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 12th house: “Quest for knowing the ultimate reality will be pronounced. He will lead a life of non-attachment, becomes spiritual, moves from one place to the next and ultimately attains moksha.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 12th house: “The native will spend in royal courts, or for the government, will have fear from enemies and be worried despite being skilful. Trouble from authority. This is especially the case for Scorpio ascendant.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 12th house: “The native will have to work in far off places. He will lack comforts and face many difficulties in life. If beneficially disposed the native becomes a spiritual seeker. If afflicted by malefic he will be separated from his family and wander about without success. He may indulge in smuggling and other nefarious activities. Rahu afflicting the 10th lord will make his a cheat and a criminal. He causes sorrow to his family and relatives.”
    • Richard Burton (4), Josef Stalin, Jitendra H. (2), 12th from Moon: Jitendra H. (2),

Saturn in Mula 

Ptolemy believed that being born with Saturn in Mula brings “danger from wild animals, either to be ripped up by them, massacred, or torn into pieces; accidents, catastrophes, or operations: appendicitis, appendectomy, or removal of hemorrhoids by operation.” This is the same as being born with ascendant here. Saturn brings extreme pain to the groin causing them to have to walk with a cane. Camomile tea is suggested for treatment. Uranus and Pluto are said to give similar results. 

Ursula Le Guin has Saturn in Mula in the 9th house. From the moon, Saturn rules the 9th and 10th houses and is situated in the 8th house Mula. She is known to have advocated nihilism and anarchy political philosophies.

Saturn in Mula Pada 1, Aries navamsha:

Saturn in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha:

Saturn in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha:

Saturn in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha:

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Saturn in Mula 1st house: Rules the 2nd & 3rd houses for Sagittarius ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: “[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 1st house “causes one to be afflicted with sorrow and misery from early childhood and is sure to suffer from poverty and want. He is untidy and indolent.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: “Moon & Saturn conjunction allows the native to enjoy sex with many women, loves and prostitutes. They have a guilty disposition, mixed blood and are devoid of manliness. They do agriculture or labour work and often take part in local elections and may be successful. In a female, this conjunction in the 7th house will give menstrual irregularities and in a male chart they might lack interest in sexual intercourse.”
  • B.V. Raman: Saturn in the 1st house: “Foreign customers will be easily copied and imitated. If Saturn is not afflicted there will be much concern for others. Self confit dance is normally justified. Moral stability will also be marked. The disposition is calm, grave and serious. The body will be weak and emancipated. Progress in any venture will be slow but certain. There may come an aversion for responsibility. This position makes habits inactive. Loss through negligence and lack of opportunity are possible. The same results will be noticed when Saturn aspects the ascendant. Misfortune is likely in the early part of life.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 1st house: “The native will be endowed with sons and wealth, will be inimical to his family, lustful, hard-hearted and will do others’ jobs. These inauspicious effects are most particular for Virgo ascendant. Capricorn ascendant should allow more auspicious effects to occur.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 1st house: “The native becomes no doubt wealthy but he hates his own family, lacks polite manners, becomes passionate, subservient and time-serving. One will earn money by his own effort, intelligence and learning or he will get inherited wealth if the 9th lord or the Sun has anything to do with this combination.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 1st house: “The native will have self made wealth, will be of a disposition to serve, will be valorous, and intelligent but devoid of learning.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 1st house: “Earns livelihood by self exertion, becomes vindictive, lean tall body, brave and courageous, always sickly and serving others. When well fortified they become and expert in dancing, music, acting and means of livelihood will be primarily fine arts. He will earn good name as an actor.”
  • Commentary: There is an exception the the general rules when Saturn is in Sagittarius ascendant, the native is said to be equal to a king, head-man of a village, a great scholar and handsome. They even suggest that these natives can wear a blue sapphire during Saturn Mahadasha to achieve success. 
    • Adrianna T. (3), Adam Smith (2), Vlad Poolesland, Pence, Queen Bloody Mary, Warren Buffett, Sean Connery, Saturn conjunct Moon: Erich Fromm, Bryan Adams (4), Bhumika Patel, Oonagh Shanley-Toffolo (1),

Saturn in Mula 2nd house: Rule the 3rd & 4th houses for Scorpio ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 2nd house “will give an ugly look, cause one to be without wealth and take an evil path. At a later age he will go to live in a foreign country. He will own vehicle wealth and other luxuries.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in 2nd house “native lives with other men, is addicted to some evil habit (like drinking), is deserted by his own men, wanders in different countries, get honour from the king, wealth and conveyance.” “It often happens that they have to live far away from their family. Their speech is harsh, they are thrifty, there is some possibility of disease of the mouth and they might not not pretty.”
  • BPHS: 3rd lord in the 2nd house: “The native will be corpulent, devoid of valour, less disposed to take initiative, unhappy, and have eyes for the wealth and wives of others.”
  • B.V. Raman: 3rd lord in the 2nd house: “This is an unfavourable position as it make the native unscrupulous unless there are other favourable influences. He will make advances on wealth and women of others. Likes mean deeds and is generally devoid of happiness. He is likely to loose his younger brothers.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 2nd house: “The native will enjoy pleasures, all kinds of wealth, family life, honour and adventure. He will be cunning and deceptive in disposition.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 2nd house: “He will be highly fortunate, courteous and happy. He will have a sarcastic nature. He will inherit property from maternal grandfather.”
  • Commentary: Can give knowledge of ancient languages or sometimes highly technical or symbolic language like advanced mathematics. Ketu’s influence can cause a person to peek in tongues
    • Tariq K. (1), Stephen Wolfram (Mathematics (3)), Pence, 2nd from Moon: Warren Buffett, Miguel de Cervantes, Prity Conie (2), Adam Smith (2), Sharon Stone, Florence M. (2),

Saturn in Mula 3rd house: Rules the 4th & 5th houses for Libra ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 3rd house “will make a man sharp, liberal in giving gifts, and contented with his own wife. He will, however, be inactive and suffer from grief.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in 3rd house “person will get honour from government, have excellent conveyance, be chief of a village, valorous and supporter of many people.” “Ill will, aversion and separation from ones brothers. Slow in executing plans and less income from trade establishments than he expects.”
  • BPHS: 4th lord in the 3rd house: “Native will be valorous, will have servants, be liberal virtuous, charitable, will have self earned wealth and be free from disease.”
  • B.V. Raman: 4th lord in the 3rd house: “The person will be sickly, generous, a man of character and will acquire wealth by self-effort. He will suffer from machinations of step-brother and step-mother.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 3rd house: “The native is dear to his brothers, a tale-bearer, miserly, always interested in own work. The native will be interested in drawing, painting, military science, physics, engineering and journalism. Bearing news from one place to another. If they are lacking education they will enjoy gossip.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 3rd house: “If favourably disposed, many good children and brothers. If unfavourably disposed, loss of children, misunderstandings with brothers, and continuous occupational struggles. He will become stingy and a tale-bearer.”
    • Bryan Adams (4), Jacques Plante??, Chelsea Manning?, Robert Hook, Sarah Ferguson, Kapil, 3rd from Moon: Frank Gehry, Chelsea Manning, Karl Wolff (4),

Saturn in Mula 4th house: Rules the 5th & 6th houses for Virgo ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 4th house “will make the native live an unhappy homeless life without any conveyance, deprived of his mother and sickly during early life.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in 4th house “weakens the native due to excess bile and wind, the person has a wicked disposition, is lethargic, quarrelsome, weak and dirty. The native constructs a house far from place of birth and has an interest in farming, working with iron, taking part in politics, The person might live in a paternal property with great inconvenience, face mental anguish due to slander, trouble from animals. The person remains full of anxiety, lethargic, worried. Adverse effects can be predicted for the natives mother as well.”
  • BPHS: 5th lord in the 4th house: “The native will be happy with blessing of maternal happiness, wealth, and intelligence. He will be a king, minister or preceptor. This is a very auspicious situation. Libra ascendant will cause a significant Raja Yoga for government favour. Gemini ascendant will give contrary results due to Venus debilitation here: the native get separated from his father, becomes pleasure loving and does not adopt health means or recreation. His children have to suffer hardship and trouble. He does not talk of reason. He is not worth to be a preceptor, he faces obstacles to education. His experiences living abroad are not happy, and his father is of questionable character. Virgo ascendant prompts the native to get a medical education or study chemistry.”
  • B.V. Raman: 5th lord in the 4th house: “If favourably disposed the native will have few sons, one of whom will live by agriculture. The mother will live long. May become an advisor to the ruler or his preceptor. If afflicted it causes the death of children. Moderate strength confers daughters but no sons.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 4th house: “The native will be devoid of maternal happiness, intelligent, a tale-bearer, jealous of others, fickle-minded and very rich. There is fear of having a vehicle accident, disputes may arise over immovable property and there will always be some kind of dispute over property, social disputes. For Libra ascendant there will be particularly malefic effects regarding maternal property and some accident is certain.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 4th house: “If well-fortified he lives in a dilapidated building. The native will have breaks in education and discard his mother. Maternal uncles will generally be land cultivators. If weak and afflicted the native will quarrel with his mother and ancestral property will be involved in debts. He will work as a menial and lead a miserable life. Trouble through home, domestic affairs and servants.”
  • Commentary: Unless there are some beneficial influences on this Saturn, home can feel like a big cold empty place. No love, no happiness or nourishment in the home. The home, the road, and the school are common places where disputes take place With beneficial influence it can give a very old, ancient but beautiful home. Mars influence will certainly highlight knowledge of chemistry. Loss of a child is possible with this, that may be what sucks the joy out of the home, 
    • Michael McAdi (3), Hugh Laurie House MD, Oonagh Shanley-Toffolo (1), Bhumika Patel, Erich Fromm, Ray Charles??, 4th from Moon: Oliver Wright, Buzz Aldrin, Ray Charles, Sean Connery, Zoe F. (3), Vlad Poolesland, Emma Stone, Michael McAdi (3),

Saturn in Mula 5th house: Rules the 6th & 7th houses for Leo ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 5th house “will make a person irruption and roam about bereft of children, wealth and happiness. He will be crooked and evil-minded.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in the 5th house “makes the native weak bodied, constantly suffering from some disease, devoid of wealth, semen, happiness and children. The native lives in a hostel for his education, and may study electronics. His intelligence follows science and reality. Fertility will be diminished.”
  • BPHS: 6th lord in the 5th house: “The natives wealth will always be fluctuating, he will contract enmity with his son and friend, but will be happy selfish and kind.”
  • B.V. Raman: 6th lord in the 5th house: “Sickly children. The native will be adopted by his maternal uncle and become fortunate.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 5th house: “he will be a man of honour, gifted with all virtues, always delighted and endowed with all kinds of wealth. For Cancer ascendant Saturn delays marriage and brings love affairs in college.” 
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 5th house: “An early marriage. The partner might come from a well-to-do family. The wife or husband will be amateur and an advantage to the native. If the 7th lord is weak there may be no children. If severely afflicted one may get issues from an adulterous conduct of the wife. If there is a mix of malefic and benefic influence the native may get only daughters. Trouble to ones office superiors is likely. The native will possess good character.”
    • Karl Wolff (4), Oliver Wright, Sharon Stone, Prity Cornie (2), Margaret Michell, Frank Gehry, Zoe F (3), Alfred Alder, Emma Stone, 5th from Moon: Michelle Pfeiffer, Ojous Bhavsar, Shweta, Guy Fox Day (the First 1605), Anne Frank?,

Saturn in Mula 6th house: Rules the 7th & 8th houses for Cancer ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 6th house “makes the native a glutton, wealthy, vanquished by the enemy, stubborn but with a strong sense of self respect.” “Native developed neurotic troubles.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn 6th house “native conquers his enemies, appreciates the qualities of the other person, obeys the commands of brahmins, has a strong body, strong digestion and good appetite. This Saturn is considered auspicious, they do not fear thieves, profit from cattle, instil fear in their enemies, obtain prosperity, and many followers and attendants as well as kindness from the king. One suffers from windy disease. A weak Saturn with malefic influence hare can bring very inauspicious effects: difficulties in profession and losses to servants.”
  • BPHS: 7th lord in the 6th house: “The natives wife will be sickly or the native will be inimical towards her. He himself remains give to anger and remains devoid of happiness. If conjunct the 6th lord, the native usually get a divorce. For Aries ascendant the divorce comes very soon.”
  • B.V. Raman: 7th lord in the 6th house: “The native may have two marriages with both partners living. One may marry a cousin such as uncles daughter. If badly afflicted and Venus is badly afflicted he may suffer from impotency and many other diseases. The native wife may be sickly and jealous by nature, denying the native happiness from marriage. If Venus is well placed but the 7th lord is afflicted, the native might suffer from piles. If Venus is weak but not afflicted, one may desert or lose one’s marriage partner through indiscreet acts.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 6th house: “The native will win over his opponents, have a diseased body and will fear snakes and water in childhood.”
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 6th house: “If conjunct the 6th lord raja yoga results: Marital affluence, fame, acquisition of objects desired are the good results. But the native may suffer ill-health. If afflicted, the native suffers loss of money through theft, trouble from the courts and the police. The natives maternal uncles may suffer great trouble. If the 6th lord is fortified he is able to overcome all his troubles and emerge victorious. No attempt by his ill wishers and enemies to harm him will succeed.”
    • William T. Vollman (3), George Soros??, Shweta, Fraser R. (3), Ojous Bhavsar,  6th from Moon: Stock Crash 1929, Hugh Laurie House MD, 

Saturn in Mula 7th house: Rules the 8th & 9th houses for Gemini ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 7th house “gives and ugly wife, poverty, and misery to one who is always loitering.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in 7th house “native is weak bodied, suffers disease, earns livelihood baby lower standard, live with low persons, and remains unhappy due to wife, house and wealth. Not auspicious for health of ones wife, one lacks enthusiasm and get disrespect from women, and ones wife remains unhappy, disappointed, despaired. May loose business partnerships. But if Saturn is well placed and influenced by benefics and lords of auspicious houses they profit from partnership, get a wife with clear uncomplicated thoughts and views.”
  • B.V. Raman: Saturn in the 7th house: “The native will be under his wife’s control. She will be ugly and hunched back. He will have more than one marriage or will marry a widow or divorcee or someone advanced in age. He will be diplomatic and enterprising. He has residence abroad, a stable marriage and political success.”
  • BPHS: 8th lord in the 7th house: “The native will have two wives. If conjunct and malefic planet there will certainly be loss in his trade. Pisces or Virgo ascendant most commonly provides two wives due to the debilitated nature of the planets involved.”  
  • B.V. Raman: 8th lord in the 7th house: “If conjunct the 7th lord longevity will be curtailed. The natives wife may suffer ill health. If afflicted, the native himself might suffer from disease. He may go abroad where he meets with ill health and problems. If both 7th & 8th lords are strong, the native will undertake foreign journeys and diplomatic missions and distinguish himself.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 7th house: “The native will get happiness from wife, will be virtuous and famous.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 7th house: “The native may go abroad and prosper there. His father may also prosper in foreign lands. He will get a noble and lucky wife. If ascetic yogas are present the native may seek spiritual guidance and fulfilment abroad. If asubhayogas spoil the 9th lord the father may meet his death abroad.”
  • Commentary: This can give a much older spouse. For women it might be a father figure or even grandfatherly figure.  
    • Florence M. (2), Anne Frank??, Buzz Aldrin, 7th from Moon: Fraser R. (3), Pence, Kapil, Conor McGregor, Stephen Wolfram (Mathematics (3)), 

Saturn in Mula 8th house: Rules the 9th & 10th houses for Taurus ascendant. 

  • Duryoga: Lord of the 10th house is in the 6th, 8th or 12th house. “The person will be of no importance, a traitor, very selfish, only earring to satisfy his own hunger, constantly away from home and living abroad.”
  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in the 8th house “makes the native untidy and poverty stricken. He suffers fro piles and starvation; is cruel minded and condemned by his own friends.” “Native developed neurotic troubles.” “Brings death from windy conditions (too much vata), or by dreadful fever like typhoid.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: “Saturn in the 8th houses give a person a weak body, suffering from diseases like ringworm, itching etc. is without fear, discontented and lethargic complaining of constipation and fearful of diseases of a private nature. Their right eye is weak and he has to suffer the loss of original capital in his trade. If no other malefic aspects this Saturn they will have a long span of life.”
  • B.V. Raman: Saturn in the 8th house: “Gives good longevity but many responsibilities in life. The native will discharge his duties through sheer perseverance against all odds. He will have defective eyes, very few children, a paunch, and will seek the company of women from outside of his caste. He may have a predisposition to suffer from asthma, consumption and lung disorders. If afflicted, his children will cause him pain and grief. The native will be dishonest and cruel.”
  • BPHS: 9th lord in the 8th house: “The native will be devoid of fortune and will not have happiness from elder brothers. However, for Gemini ascendant Saturn is bound to confer happiness on the native in the later half of life.”
  • B.V. Raman: 9th lord in the 8th house: “The native may lose his father early in life. If malefic afflict he may suffer severe poverty and heavy responsibility due to his death. With benefic influence the native may inherit substantial properties. Afflictions may cause the native to abandon tradition and damage religious institutions and trusts set up by the family.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 8th house: “The native will be devoid of good acts, long lived and intent on blaming others. If the native adopts a profession dealing in scraps, mineral substances, LIC, leather goods etc, he will get special success, other wise he falls badly in his profession and may be involved with immoral professions.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 8th house: “The native has many breaks in career. The may attain leadership positions but it will not last for a long time. If under malefic affliction, the native may commit criminal offences. If Jupiter influences the 10th lord they may become a mystic of spiritual teacher. Saturn here makes a person an undertaker or otherwise employed at the burning ghats, graveyards, etc.”
  • Commentary: one is very likely to those their father 
    • Michelle Pfeiffer, Alejandro Jodorowsky??, 8th from Moon: Margaret Michell, Ursula Le Guin, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Nancy Spunger,

Saturn in Mula 9th house: Rules the 10th & 11th houses for Aries ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 9th house “deprives the person of good luck, wealth, children, father and religious merit. He is wicked besides.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn 9th house “native has faith in his religion and acts in conformity with it. His body is disabled, he is stupid or foolish but extremely beautiful.” “Enthusiastic towards religious traditions and unshakable faith in scriptural traditions. He is considered hard or stiff for not adapting a more flexible  attitude; this makes them foolish. It gives feelings of pride and arrogance and causes loss of destiny. If this Saturn is debilitated, the wife remains diseased and sickly, and one will die of a windy disease, or paralysis all of a sudden.”
  • B.V. Raman: Saturn in the 9th house: “The will lead a money life and may not marry. He will be well known for his valour on the battle field. Conjunct with the Sun can cause serious conflicts with his father as well as with his own children. He may suffer from growths or lumps in the stomach. Conjunct Mercury makes the native untruthful and deceitful though he may be wealthy. Thrifty in domestic life, somewhat irreligious, he may become a founder of a charitable institution.”
  • BPHS: 10th lord in the 9th house: “The native is born to a royal family and becomes a king; ordinary results will make this person like a king with wealth and progeny happiness. Very auspicious placement. The native is endowed with royal or government powers and is successful in his profession.”
  • B.V. Raman: 10th lord in the 9th house: “The native is a spiritual stalwart and will be a beacon of light for spiritual seekers if Jupiter aspects. If both benefics and malefic aspect, the native is usually well-to-do. He follows a hereditary position like preacher, teacher, or healer. The father of the native has great influence over him. He will be dutiful son and do many charitable deeds.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 9th house: “The native will be fortunate, skilful, honoured by the king, and wealthy. The don’t have to work to gain wealth, it comes by good fortune; occasionally by gambling, speculation or shares.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 9th house: “He inherits a large paternal fortune and will be very lucky in life. He will possess many houses, conveyances and every other kind of luxury. He will be religious minded and disseminate religious literature. He will be charitable and set up charitable institutions.”
  • Commentary: work as a preacher. 
    • Pirooz (1), Conor McGregor, Martin Luther King, Ursula Le Guin, Martin Luther King, 9th from Moon: Queen Bloody Mary, Alfred Alder, William T. Vollman (3),

Saturn in Mula 10th house: Rules the 11th & 12th houses for Pisces ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 10th house “native will be a king or minister, or depend on agriculture. He will be brave wealthy and famous.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in the 10th “makes a prime minister of the kings court, exceptionally prudent, courteous and official manner, chief of villages, officer if cities, extremely clever dexterous and wealthy. They make slow progress in their career, lack happiness from father, perform religious celebrations with cheer and according with family tradition.” 
  • B.V. Raman: Saturn in the 10th house: “The native becomes a ruler or minister. He will be an agriculturist, brave, rich and famous. He will be dispassionate and work for the down-trodden masses. He will be judicious and work in the capacity of a judge. The native visits scared rivers and shines and becomes and aesthetic later in life. His career is marked by sudden elevations and depressions. If associated with the 8th lord in a malefic navamsha, the native gets a tyrannical superior officer.”
  • BPHS: 11th lord in the 10th house: “The native will be honoured by the king, virtuous, devoted to his religion, truthful and subdue his senses. Capricorn ascendant might deal in building material, real estate or land development. Aries ascendant will get success in their undertakings but it will come with a delay. They find the path for wealth late in life and always take the right path. They believe in following the book in regards to their religion. They may seek success through occult practices. They gain wealth through shares, through the income tax department or through an advocate related to taxation and finance.”
  • B.V. Raman: 11th lord in the 10th house: “the native prospers in his business and makes good profits. His elder brother will also be helpful in business. He will earn some prize money for original contributions to his field of study or profession depending on malefic of benefic influences he will earn through fair or foul means.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 10th house: “The native will rise though royal persons and will enjoy only moderate paternal bliss.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 10th house: “The native will be hard working and have to undertake tedious journey for his occupation. He will be a jailor, doctor, or work in the cemetery and such places. He spends money on agricultural pursuits on which he makes profit. The native will derive no happiness or physical comforts from his sons.”
    • Kevin Spacey??, 10th from Moon: Tariq K. (1), Sarah Ferguson, Jacques Plante, Kevin Spacey??,

Saturn in Mula 11th house: Rules the 1st & 12th houses for Aquarius ascendant. 

  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 11th house “grants longevity, affluence, a regular source of good income. He is brave, free from sickness and has plenty of riches.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in 11th house person has “gain of income from black horses, blue sapphires, wool, elephants, etc. Saturn in 11th is extremely auspicious, making the native extremely wealthy, long lived, courageous, realising profits from projects, of fixed mind, free from illness; his trade and professional activities are always profitable. Not good for the happiness of getting a son.”
  • B.V. Raman: Saturn in the 11th house: “The native earns by employing many people. He will have few friends, will be fond of enjoyment and will earn though government sources. He will have a long and healthy life and will be involved with politics commanding great respect.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 11th house: “The native will always have gains, good qualities, fame and many wives. These effects will be more pronounced for Taurus and Cancer ascendant. If Pisces ascendant debilitated Jupiter will give evil effects.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 11th house: “In addition tot the result of 1st lord in the 2nd house, there will always be gains in business, if a business man. The subject will not experience financial straights. He owes his prosperity to his elder brother. He will earn enormous business profits.”
  • Vahana Yoga: 1st lord in the 4th, 9th, or 11th house. “The person comes to own vehicles or other material comforts.”
  • BPHS: 12th lord in the 11th house: “The native will incur losses inspite of having a combination  of gains. Otherwise gains might be meagre from other peoples wealth. They will often perform work expecting big gains, but it will never be what they expect.”
  • B.V. Raman: 12th lord in the 11th house: “He will engage himself in business, but does not make much profit. He has few friends and many enemies. Troubled by extravagant brothers, some of whom may be invalids; the natives funds may dwindle on this account. He will earn well by trading in pearls, rubies and other precious stones.”
    • Nancy Spunger, Audrey Hepburn, Guy Fox Day (the First 1605), 11th from Moon: Audrey Hepburn, Martin Luther King, Ernest Rutherford, George Soros??,

Saturn in Mula 12th house: Rules the 1st & 2nd houses for Capricorn ascendant. 

  • Karako Bhavo Nashto: When the karaka (or signifying agent) of a house is placed the house of his significations it destroys the results of that house. As Karaka for the 12th house, Saturn bring too much isolation and deprivation. May be related to depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Phala Deepika: Saturn in 12th house “makes a person impudent, indigent, childless, disabled, stupid, defeated by his enemies.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Saturn in 12th house person is “merciless, extremely poor, unhappy because of expenses, effort, and expenditure. The person is lethargic and living in company of mean people. He is devoid of some bodily organ and deprived of all kinds of happiness. Poor eyesight, excitable temperament, miserable, dirty, wicked, devoid of wealth. One is often oppressed by own men or he is opposed to them.”
  • B.V. Raman: Saturn in the 12th house: “The native will be dull-headed and lose all his money. He will have squint eyes, a deformed limb, make many enemies, suffer losses in trade, be a pessimist and commit sin in secret.”
  • BPHS: 1st lord in the 12th house: “The native will be bereft of bodily pleasures. Unless there is benefic aspect he will untruthfully spend his wealth and will be give to much anger. Libra ascendant suffers extremely bad effects. He is deprived of his mortal happiness, wealth, family and health. He remains in the grip of pessimism and likely has deficiency or disease of the eyes. Though he has the blessing of long life, his death is sudden and he dies away from home. If Aquarius ascendant there is no malefic effect.”
  • B.V. Raman: 1st lord in the 12th house: “Same results as 1st lord in the 8th. In addition there will be many losses, visiting holy places and no success in business enterprise. He will spend inherited riches on charities and other deserving causes. Emotionally balanced he will dedicate himself for public welfare.”
  • BPHS: 2nd lord in the 12th house: “Makes a native adventurous, devoid of wealth, dependent on others, and bereft of happiness for the eldest son. The native will spend his wealth, earn money in a foreign country. Those with Aries or Gemini ascendant can become wealthy from foreign sources. Aquarius ascendant will bring special losses from foreign sources and are advised to avoid this kind of trade.”
  • B.V. Raman: 2nd lord in the 12th house: “The native becomes a respectable man. In all probability he will be a government servant and will be deprived of happiness from elder brother. Income will be through ecclesiastical sources. If the 2nd lord is afflicted he will loose money on this account.”
    • Ernest Rutherford, Albert Fish??, Stock Crash 1929, Miguel de Cervantes, Dava 12th from Moon: Dava, Albert Fish??, Robert Hook, Pirooz (1), Adrianna T. (3),

Rahu in Mula 

Opportunists who find a way to gain from chaos. Scattered beneath a veil of smoke. They might get drawn into the chaos like a magnet. A magnet for chaos. Dangerous position for Rahu. Fascinating roots. This bundle of herbs or medicine may be polluted. Taboo medicines; self medication, hallucinogens

Rahu in Mula Pada 1, Aries navamsha:

Rahu in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha:

Rahu in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha:

Rahu in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha:

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Rahu in Mula 1st house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 1st house “makes a person short lived. He has wealth and strength but suffers from ailments in the upper part of the body like the face or head, etc.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 1st house “gives a wicked and vicious nature. The person deceives his own men, suffers from disease of the brain, is sickly, is extremely lustful and victorious in debate. The native will experience bodily pain in Rahu dasha; he does not have any moral scruples or hesitation in using others of their things, but cannot bear injustice done to themselves. They are extremely clever and cunning in fulfilling their selfish desires.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 1st house and Ketu in the 7th intensifies the material urges of the individual. It drives one to seek prosperity, personal prowess, greater work skills, higher social status, and to leave ones mark on society. Yet these individuals fail to satisfy their thirst completely. This leads to disenchantment with the people or groups with whom they come in contact. Self-conceit greatly vitiates their interpersonal relationships and these individuals may experience great anguish and phycological frustration at many levels. They may begin to analyse the working of their inner mind. The psychological changes arising out of situation makes them more introverted. As their frustration is transmuted these persons gradually begin to immerse themselves in humanitarian activities and become useful members of society and helpful and understanding workers.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 1st house and Ketu in the 7th “fortunate in that it allows the native to successfully project their personality to the outside world. Rahu is said to do well in the 1st, 9th & 10th houses. If Rahu is placed very close to the ascendant degree, then it gives an out of ordinary physical appearance and personality. The person is usually on the taller side and has a peculiar sort of wordiness attached to their manners, which of course is not very pleasing to others. A heightened sense of self, which can often turn into ta false sense of pride or vanity, is noticed; which can drive them to act mindlessly on many occasions. If Rahu is working through his higher principle, this position provides keen insight and capacity for constant introspection. This is why this combination produces so many philosophers and saints. These men having the true understanding of the working of the cosmic forces don’t like to be addressed by titles. Rahu here can also provide deep insights into mass psychology and future trends. they can be found working in any field, but we do find that many scientists, inventors, explorers, adventures have this placement. They like to have independence in whatever they are doing. Rahu in the first provides good physical stamina and vitality that might be over-extended in exploration in extreme conditions, adventure sports. They often feel lonely. Their sense of individuality does not depend on social intercourse and they have capacity to be alone for long periods of time. Ketu in 7th hinders the formation of any lasting relationship. Unless there are powerful forces over-riding this, life-long bachelors is the norm with this placement. Relationships only stand a chance if their partner gives them lots of room to be themselves and follow their own path. They can be sweet and humble in their social conduct unless afflicted. They always stand by the way they think and feel and are very frank and outspoken about it. This habit does not help them win many friends except those with enough understanding to gage their real intent. Public speaking comes naturally to these people even is they seem shy off-stage. The native has to learn to take the spotlight off one’s own self in order to understand and accommodate others. They are caught up in the dilemma of why should one scatter one’s energies outside when the whole universe exists within the self. This often causes them to completely exclude the world outside. More evolved souls do not make this mistake because they understand self-realisation has no meaning unless it is shared with and includes the world outside as well.”
    • Buddy Holly (3),Isambard Kingdom Brunel (3), Sexual Abuse #3 (3), Priti J.B. (3), Rahu conjunct Moon: AOC (2), Rose McGowan (4), Sharvangi Varanasi (2), Ernest Hemingway (3), Thomas Beatie (2), Isambard Kingdom Brunel (3), George Washington (2), Yves Saint Laurent (4),

Rahu in Mula 2nd house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 2nd house “will make the person insecure in their speech, suffer from diseases of the mouth or face. They will be contemptible, receive wealth from the ruler, be happy but short tempered.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 2nd house “disturbed the natives speech making in unpleasant and unwelcome, wealth is destroyed and the person becomes a rover, a wanderer and a loiterer. Conflict, sorrow, and separation from family, loss of connection to paternal property, difficulty accumulation wealth, and valuables may be lost, stolen or eaten by ants.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 2nd house and Ketu in the 8th may give the individual a sense of mission, a feeling that he or she is functioning as an agent for some higher power. In extreme cases this can lead to megalomania. More often it makes one so opinionated that it may be difficult for them to establish a positive rapport with others. These persons have unrealistic expectations of others and want to change them to suit their own specifications. They may not feel content with their achievements, and become obsessed with securing even more. The promise of acquiring greater physical or spiritual merit often brings radical changes in their thinking. They may grow interested in occult sciences as they become increasingly aware of the immense psycho-physical possibilities inherent in the process of expending their consciousness.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 2nd house and Ketu in the 8th: “Considered a good placement for the wise management of resources, material and spiritual, available at ones command unless there is affliction. If afflicted the native is sure to go through a period of deprivation followed by a period of plenty. It’s good for material well being but the desires never end. There is an intensity about getting exactly what they want. Satisfaction or the lack of it became a keynote for these natives. Usually gives an attractive personality, especially to female natives if there are favourable supports. It usually imparts an unorthodox beauty and captivating quality to the natives face which seems to mature early. Although this position of the nodes supports a wide variety of professions it has a tendency to favour mathematicians, linguists, astrologers, economists, financiers, bankers, explorers, researchers, singers, and musicians. It favours a capitalist mindset unless aspected by Saturn. If badly afflicted the native can loose his sense of proportion and earn through trickery, deceit, bribery, blackmail or theft. It’s likely many drug dealers have this placement. Money made is usually spent quickly on indulgences: smoking, alcohol, meat. Jupiter aspect can redeem a person. A lot of present day evils arise from this combination, but in its higher aspect it gives a love for truth and a charitable disposition. Ketu in the 8th house is good for carrying out research in any chosen field. If working through its higher aspect the native will not fear death as they understand its power to renew. If well placed and materially inclined it can bring legacies and resources of others later in life; but if it’s weak it will only give expectation and no fulfilment. Affliction can give sexually transmitted disease. There is need to maintain calm in the the worldly game of gain and loss. If the native gets carried away in either of these they will find life to be unforgiving. They need to seek balance between the earthy second house and the emotional 8th house.”
    • Dennis Hopper (4), Napoleon Bonaparte (1), 2nd from Moon: Sylvia Brown (1), Kevin Costner (4), Dhwani P. (3), Kaia W. (2),

Rahu in Mula 3rd house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 3rd house native “will be proud, hostile to his brothers, strong minded, enjoying longevity and wealth.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 3rd house “native has no fear of the enemy, his fame and glory spreads around the world, he always has the attainment of welfare, grandeur, majesty, happiness, licentiousness or luxurious life; but there is the destruction of younger brothers and cattle. Rahu is auspicious in the 3rd house and allows them to complete their plus quickly, surprise others with their power of discretion or taking decisions and fulfilling his responsibility.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 3rd house and Ketu in the 9th gives many responsibilities along with a tendency towards reclusiveness. These individuals come out of their isolation when their assistance is sought and they are thrust into leadership roles. The leadership may be philanthropic activities, dissemination of the wisdom of the past and sacred scriptures, or in the realm of political organisation and philosophy. They may impart guidance in psychological exploration or industrial organisation. They suffer when they have to follow routine duties; otherwise they do not reject hard work, penance, and contemplation. Gradually they realise that public and charitable work is the best goal in life and they embrace the principle of right action: selfless activity with no expectation of reward.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 3rd house and Ketu in the 9th: “This is considered an auspicious placement for the nodes. Rahu provides material success while Ketu takes care of inner life. Rahu provides courage but also misunderstandings with younger siblings. As is the case with natural malefics the live things of the house suffer (younger siblings and companions), while the non-living things prosper: mental and physical energy, passions, prowess, leadership ability, oratory, scientific rational thinking, writing ability, etc. In some cases strong assistance from younger siblings helps one get ahead in life (or vice versa). Short journeys bring luck, though they can sometimes be unpleasant. Longer journeys to distant countries do not turn out to be suited for the native unless Ketu is strong in a friendly sign and conjunct the yoga karaka planet or exalted planet. A peculiar thing of this placement is that the native can hold a gun or a pen with equal ease; which they choose depends on other things in the chart. Writers, orators, painters, sculptors, instrumentalists, soldiers, athletes (especially those requiring skill and strength of arms), generals, revolutionaries, political and spiritual leaders are likely to have this combination. The physical and metal abilities provided by this Rahu can be uses in positive way if other placements in the chart provide an integrated personality. I have found that, due to the 3rd house emphasis, this placement to produce a number of atheists who swear by science and scientific thought. Late in life that can swing to the other pole and denounce everything material. They have to strike a balance between physics and religion; aggression and compassion, the drive and the path, mater and spirit. If an evolved should is capable of striking this balance they will realise the beauty, dexterity, gentleness, and genius of this placement. The first half of life is usually more fruitful than the second half: if the native achieves fame and fortune in his youth, this will be lost in his 40s. Age 47 begins a new episode in their life: for those who have had a relatively uneventful life until this point they now, after 47, find an opportunity to make their mark on the world. Ketu should be quite strong for this to happen. After age 47 Ketu tries to bring the 9th house to light. For those who have lived a material existence up to this point will find it a miserable experience; especially if they are not willing to change the course of their life.”
    • Sam Walton (Walmart (1)), Kris Kristofferson (4), Moti (1), Clair B. (4), 3rd from Moon: Jen Child (3), Sam Walton (Walmart (1)), Devoah (2), Kate Moss (2),

Rahu in Mula 4th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 4th house person “will be a fool, contemptuous, causing misery to friends, short lived and seldom happy.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 4th house native “losses all happiness, opposed by own people, sons, friends, and waders in lands other than his own. Health of native’s mother is disturbed, he suffers mental tension, disputes over immovable property.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 4th house and Ketu in the 10th may bring emotional suffering and the frustration of desire. These natives often enjoy many physical comforts and opportunities for sense gratification, but first they may pass through heart wrenching situations of utter hopelessness. Their despair may not appear on their faces; indeed, others may accuse them of insensitivity or of exaggerating their troubles. These emotional setbacks may seriously affect their relationships. Those with extremely weak egos may suffer from schizophrenia; those with exaggerated egos may become ruthless and pursue their objectives without consideration for others. When they begin to deal with their inner issues constructively, they prepare themselves to meet any situation without giving undue importance to their person conveniences, dislikes, or troubles. They begin to realise that life is not for idleness but for working simply for the works sake, without wasting time or licking one’s wounds.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 4th house and Ketu in the 10th: “Everything is fine as long as the native is not ambitious about career. Contentment is the key word of this placement, A strong attachment to mother or mother figures in seen; similar to Rahu conjunct Moon. Some help from the mother or the mother’s side helps one get ahead in life. The father figure is usually absent from a young age or ignored. They no not like vocations that involve a lot of travelling. They prefer to have a permanent home in a particular village, town or city where they spend the majority of their life. They usually prefer smaller towns to bigger cities. 4th house vocations like property dealers, agriculturists, dairy farmers, transporters, professional drivers, child psychologists, children story writers, interior decorators, architects, construction engineers, etc. are favoured by this placement. At least a couple changes of profession are common. Ketu in the 10th hinders job satisfaction. It becomes the natives duty to insulate the emotional aspects of life rather than the practical aspects. A sudden fall is imminent if the native gets over ambitious in career or reputation. Any attempt to suppress the the active subconscious can make their lives dull and sad.”
    • Nicolas Sarkozy (4), Leo Strauss (1), Bruce Willis (3), Kaia W. (2), Kevin Costner (4), Dave Chappelle (4), William Henry Bragg (1), Thomas Beatie (2), Ernest Hemingway (3), 4th from Moon: Arthur Schlesinger Jr (4), Priti J.B. (3), David Carradine (1), Patricia (2), Anthony Kennedy (4),

Rahu in Mula 5th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 5th house “will give a nasally voice to the person, cause them to be issueless, hard-hearted and suffering from stomach ache.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 5th house “makes the native devoid of happiness and friends, they suffer a sharp pain in they abdomen and they loiter and wander aimlessly.” “ There may be obstacles in the birth of the first child.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 5th house and Ketu in the 11th activates the persons creativity in a paradoxical manner, restricting material creativity in order to impels the creative forces to higher levels from which beneficence of different kinds can be radiated. These individuals may experience difficulty in having offspring of their own, but on a mental plane they are very active. The keep themselves extremely busy. Material creativity might suffer, as may sociability, and there can be anxiety about financial security. Despondency due to such experiences makes them seek compensation on the mental plane where they attain some degree of satisfaction. Ultimately they may become both impersonal and quite successful in relationships. They attain significant social status and may make a great deal of money. They eventually realise that their happiness and peace of mind do not depend on specific work involvements but on a trust in the law of karma. Even in small everyday activities their actions are now guided by an attitude of helpfulness.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 5th house and Ketu in the 11th: “This combination can produce the best and the worse type of human being. The 5th and 11th deal directly with ones mental make-up and interaction with others. They have abundant mental energy which can be used for good or evil. Rahu in the 5th provides this mental energy along with highlighting 5th house affairs — intellect, creativity, self-consciousness, past life merits and demerits, children, love of the self and others, acting, confidence, education, publications, mantra, the chosen deity, etc. This is also the house governing mass media and cinema. This is the reason why most actors and other people associated with movie and stage productions have this combination. In my view, photography originates from this placement. In many charts of photographers I have come across this nodal placement in 90% of them. Under malefic influence Rahu in 5th can produce megalomania and even dictators if Sun & Mars are involved — dictators of nations as well as the self styled dictators of home and workplace. It can also produce crooks and swindlers, thieves, thugs if Mercury is afflicted or involved in this combination. It is thus a very sensitive place for Rahu where one need to channel their creative and intellectual energies for the benefit of the group or the sphere of ones influence. In other words, this energy needs to be channelled through he 11th house. There is usually a break in formal education making vocational training preferable to classical education. When working in it’s higher principle, 11th house Ketu allows channelling to happen with ease. When afflicted it can block the 11th house so that one does not have many friends nor are they involved in any social or humanitarian projects resulting in a self-centred life. The self-conscious has to become a part of the group consciousness, and form a part of the collective human consciousness, before finally merging with the greater universal consciousness. 5th house is fire, the 11th house is air; air has no warmth without fire and fire cannot burn without air. The fire produced in 5th house should be dissapated in tot the 11th house so it reaches those who require it. This is the challenge for these natives. Ketu in the 11th house produces misunderstanding with the elder brother and is not considered favourable. Some anxiety on the part of children, their birth and development is also seen. If having children the native usually makes for a concerned parent.”
    • Arthur Schlesinger Jr (4), Steve Jobs (4), Gustav Klimt? (1), Robert Koch (1), Betty Ford (1), Chelsay D. (3), Brittney Halford? (1), 5th from Moon: Arthur Schopenhauer (1), William French Anderson (1), William Henry Bragg (1), Clair B. (4), Johann Turk (2), Robert Redford (3), Arthur Schopenhauer (1),

Rahu in Mula 6th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 6th house man is born “troubled by enemies or oppressed by malefic planets [sic], has ulcers in his rectum, is wealthy and enjoys longevity.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 6th house “causes the destruction of enemies and makes the native wealthy giving strength from the company of dirty, sinful people. He suffers back pain and cattle remain sickly and diseased. One may have an ulcer.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 6th house and Ketu in the 12th makes these people intensely concentrated on material pursuits. Often their dreams, psychic experiences and spiritual contacts affect them at deeper levels, producing radical transformations in their mental attitude. They feel unhappy about social differences and may face illness, litigations, and personal accusations but they confront them with courage and confidence, and the final outcome works in their favour. The experience gained in these confrontations gives them inner confidence. Their dream experiences, increased sensitivity, and psychic visions initiate them in the knowledge of supra physical realms. The perception of higher realities now becomes more meaningful to them than the enjoyment of physical comforts and social acclaim. They gradually establish greater control over their psycho-physical functions.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 6th house and Ketu in the 12th: “Rahu is said to function well in the upachaya houses and Ketu has a natural affinity for the 12th house. This is generally true, but when it comes to giving hard times this is the toughest placement. Rahu in the 6th highlights 6th house things like work, service, health, enmity, distillation and discrimination, dietary and personal habits, accidents, diseases, discipline and austerity, opposition, litigation, power, helpers, medicine, healing. Natives with this placement have come to terms with all of this negative energy to some extent. 6th house represents adolescent years so from this early period these natives show an immaculate sense of method and order in their lives (provided there are supporting factors). If this Rahu is afflicted they can indulge in mindless behaviour that harms themselves and others which they come to later regret. This is a good combination for physicians, healers, therapeutic vocations. The native usually deals with foreigners and benefits from them in some way: foreign service, tourism, import-export, shipping, etc. They have capacity for heard work, and a dint of fearlessness is noticed. Ketu in the 12th usually gives some psychic experience either through dream or visions [or related to the functions of planets in conjunction]. This is a good position for spiritual pursuits, but Ketu has to be acting through his higher principle. The native usually has some understanding of the divine forces in a very personal way. This position of Ketu usually brings about some unpleasant experiences: imprisonment, isolation, accidents, but this is often a good thing as they are paying off karmas from their past. Isolation is very important for these natives as it can bring out latent abilities. After this realisation follows the hard work indicated by Rahu in 6th. A peculiar trait of this Rahu is that no matter how are they try to avoid enmity, it seems to follow them; this makes forgiveness one of the most important qualities the native can develop. This combination is also beneficial in modern day politics where dealing with enemies and behind the scenes manoeuvres comes naturally to the native. These native usually prevail over their enemies, but enemies can also bring their downfall, and even their death. This position of the nodes usually give a strong constitution but other planets involved can cause serious disease or difficult to diagnose disorders. Sudden unexpected death can also happen if there are other contributing factors. Worldly recognition or success comes only after a long struggle, these natives are very career conscious. They can be headstrong and there is danger of misuse of power, but Ketu in 12th will bring their downfall to teach them the lesson. The native has to guard against rigidity which comes from too much order and discipline in life. They also have to guard against loosing themselves in extreme indulgence from having a complete lack of discipline. Financially the native is neither a miser nor a spendthrift, but they often take up either extreme asceticism or extreme indulgence as a means of attaining liberation. Some few take up the middle path once wisdom dawns on them.”
    • Sharvangi Varanasi (2), Selina Gomez (2), Indira Gandhi (3), Cecil Edward Bingham (4), AOC (2), 6th from Moon: Moti (1), Santosh P. (2), Kris Kristofferson (4), Robert Wadlow (3), Robert Koch (1),

Rahu in Mula 7th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 7th house “native loses his wealth through his association with the opposite sex, deserted by his beloved, suffers from loss of semen, is self willed and foolish.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 7th house give “opposition from ones own partner or one becomes the cause of death of one’s own partner. The natives partner is wrathful, angry, quarrelsome, sickly, and diseased; one remains dissatisfied with married life. Intercaste marriage, losses from business partners, and delay in beginning ones profession.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 7th house and Ketu in the 1st may produce restrictions in ones relationships. Psychologically the person can be self0-centred; socially, he is sometimes lonely. He expects the world to conform to his terms while he himself is reluctant to compromise. Such individuals may find partners in life, wether business , social life, or in marriage, not working in harmony with them. Enduring amiability or happiness are difficult to establish. Marital problems do not necessarily arise due to any lack of desire to achieve harmony and adjustment, but could be caused by illness, voluntary or involuntary separate living arrangements, divorce. Such experiences may lead the individual to extreme degrees of loneliness; he feels no one understands or appreciates him. These people have a tendency to relapse into seclusion, to keep away from others physically as well as in thought. When they begin to develop self-awareness, they then find themselves well prepared to undertake severe austerities and to assume a spiritual course in life.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 7th house and Ketu in the 1st: “The native is pronounced worldly wise even when they are functioning on an otherworldly plane. Rahu in the 7th takes good care on ones social standing between the years of 24-42 unless there are overriding negative indications. The spouse is usually more mature than the native and a rise of fortune takes place after marriage. If Rahu is working through his lower principle than the motive behind these relationships is questionable and balance is not maintained causing misunderstandings, break-ups and abuse at various levels. If the nodal axis is afflicted these natives will carry out the mindless sexuality we see in modern media. Balance in sexuality is absent allowing the darker side to take over. They often enjoy vocations dealing with people like counsellors, psychologists, management experts, project coordinators etc. They usually start something on their own as they would rather be boss of their own small private setup than work under someone in a bigger set up. Ketu in the ascendant usually adds some psychic dimension to the personality and gives a self effacing nature. An aspect from Jupiter will solve 90% of the problems that can arise from this placement. Natives are usually short in height and have an out of ordinary appearance if Ketu is close to the ascendant degrees. The ascendant lord needs to be well placed to keep these natives from being too under-confident in regards to appearance and personality. An exaggerated self-consciousness may be apparent. Ketu in the 1st is also supposed to give low appetite and peculiar tastes in foods. They can internalise energy and develop along spiritual lines. Spiritual transformation usually takes place in later years. The native has to be careful about depending on relationships to drive his or her sense of self.”
    • Kate Moss (2), Christine Texas (3), 7th from Moon: Spike Milligan (1), Dave Chappelle (4), Kathy W. (2), John Stuart Mill (3),

Rahu in Mula 8th house: 

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 8th house “native is short lived, does impure acts, is disabled, developed gout, and rheumatism and is blessed with few children.” “Rahu with Mars can bring cancer.” “Causes death by leprosy, by taking food mixed with poison, by venomous bites, or small pox and the like.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 8th house brings the “destruction of one’s enemies, but there is pain in the anus, urinary disease, windy disease, enraged testicles and he remains restless and troubled. Disputes and quarrels over inheritance, fear of theft and wealth earned in questionable ways.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 8th house and Ketu in the 2nd attracts super-physical powers. Such individuals often display tremendous energy which they utilise to achieve extraordinary results. They make their mark on society. Under favourable planetary conditions they create a niche for themselves and may become greta scientists, exceptional police officers, politicians or doctors. If the individual is preoccupied with sense gratification, however, he or she may be drawn towards unapproved activities such as smuggling, drug trafficking or gambling. The results of Rahu in the8th are difficult to predict because the range of the unseen work which this house represents is very extensive. Whatever their achievements in life, this placement will lead to the sudden psychological transformation of these individuals.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 8th house and Ketu in the 2nd “Confers long life, but Ketu in the 2nd is not considered good for maintaining a smooth financial situation throughout life unless Ketu is in Sagittarius or Pisces; but even then they will have to suffer substantial loss at least once in life. It gives peculiarities in the way the native handles money: miserly with small spending but carefree with big purchases. Gambling can be a major downfall of this placement: this is the worst nodal placement for luck in speculation, while feeling the desire to gamble. Extreme cases can see the native gamble on almost everything in life; including their own life. A lot of natives who squander ancestral property are born with this placement. This Ketu gives a wandering nature and pleasurable travels. Many renown travellers have this nodal placement. Since the native is not inclined to follow orthodox religious rituals he should strive to develop some personal philosophy in life. Ketu in the 2nd causes bitterness in family life, which requires patience on the natives part. The native may end up under the control of their life partner at some point. This Ketu can adda sarcastic tone to the voice and the native can be a bitter critic and use foul language. Rahu in the 8th promises legacies and wealth from the partner. At the very least the native can be forced to learn humility by accepting resources from others. This Rahu favours 8th house professions: scientists, researchers, explorers, adventurers, insurance agents, bankers, spies, detectives, writers of mystery stories, occultists and all kinds of employment involving old things. If working through its lower principle this Rahu can make the native commit some bad deeds similar to those of Rahu in the 2nd house. It’s a very dangerous placement as the dark side of the 8th house is a very destructive force. There is a thin line between the balanced use and the excessive use of 8th house energies. The native can totally neglect 2nd house affairs or handle them in a very peculiar manner. The native needs to control their speech. It can be better to communicate in writing as their speech will often be misunderstood. Optimism also needs to be cultivated as these natives can be overly pessimistic.”
    • Rose McGowan (4), Johann Turk (2), Pope Francis (1), James Blunt (1), Ghat Astrologer (1), Shakespeare (4), 8th from Moon: Shakespeare (4), Buddy Holly (3),

Rahu in Mula 9th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 9th house “makes a person unfavourable in their speech (ie. overly critical). One becomes the headman of a community or village, mayor of a city and sinful in deeds.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 9th house “makes a person irreligious but happy; roving and devoid of wealth. Wealth is lost, happiness from co-borns in lost, and one suffers pain in their body. Gives sudden attainment of wealth but father might face exceptional financial crisis. They person reforms religious law to suit his own needs, but he is religious. He openly opposes any kind of exploitation and outward hypocrisy in religion.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 9th house and Ketu in the 3rd produces a psychological storm which may be religious in nature. These individuals become charged with ideas that could seem idealistic, unconventional, and provocative to others. Rahu makes the individual absorbs in his or her thoughts, perhaps with some sympathy for others, but often without external demonstration of it, That may appear as if some superior spirit has taken possession of their personality which, under malefic planetary influences, could make them ruthless in executing their nefarious programmes. In large numbers of people, this placement of the nodes creates attraction towards religion, holy places, tantric rituals, and austerities — all with the intention of securing greater personal advantages. There is a gulf between the secret aspirations of these individuals and their external activities, which may make them insecure, temperamental, peevish, or irritable. Coordination between the hidden ambitions and aspiration for psychic power and their actual deeds may be difficult to achieve. But this is the stage where, with some guidance and luck, they can obtain much spiritual merit. They are well prepared for psychological metamorphosis which could radically change the direction of their life course.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 9th house and Ketu in the 3rd: “These natives usually meet their destiny in a foreign land or through foreigners. The native usually believes in religious symbolism though not striating in the orthodox sense. The native is seen to concentrate on 9th house affairs: long journeys, philosophy, inner life, foreign influences, ethical disposition , higher mind, initiation and self realisation. It must not be misunderstood that the native will follow organised religion; he is more likely to develop a personal philosophy. Ketu in the 3rd house shows some sort of skill related to the 3rd house like writing, painting or other skills involving the hands, but Ketu usually requires some additional good conjunction or aspect to bring out these latent talents. Ketu is even more dangerous than Rahu for the live things related to 3rd house like younger siblings. An unhappy first half to life makes childhood a time not worth remembering. When poorly placed this Ketu is like a dog roaming the streets with much unnecessary and fruitless travels and wandering. Whether the native rises from their childhood scars asa saviour or a revengeful manic depends on the over all chart. Aspects from Jupiter of Ketu’s depositor can usually iron things out.”
    • Jen Child (3), 9th from Moon: Christine Texas (3), Sexual Abuse #3 (3), Selina Gomez (2),

Rahu in Mula 10th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 10th house makes “a person reputed, with limited children and busy with other peoples business. He does not do any good act and is fearless.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 10th house “native is devoid of happiness from father, devoid of wealth, destroyer of enemies, suffers windy diseases and gets injury from conveyance. The native will turn towards mean base deeds, addiction, intoxication, relations with several women to satisfy their lust. Profit from trade, much litigation, trouble in foreign countries, habit of stealing, lack of moral decency, and given to pride. Rahu in Pisces can be the cause of much pain and trouble. Auspicious influences can give bathing in holy rivers (Ganga), and lack of malefic influence may influence them to perform yagna. The native is exceptionally skilful, dexterous in trade or professional activities, uses any means to remove obstacles that come in his way and he does not pay heed to the sanctity or purity of means. For these reasons others take special care doing business with the native.”  
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 10th house and Ketu in the 4th impels an individual  certainly to affect society in which he or she lives. These natives are able to concretise abstract ideals, channelling their inspiration to socially useful purposes. They enable society to experience new truths, new visions, new sensitivity, or even new or radically different patterns of living. Rahu in the 10th house produces much social interaction with substantial gains. These experiences vivify the psycho-mental capabilities of the person but may make him or her somewhat unstable. The achievements and frustrations which inevitably both arise during their social and professional interactions teach them a sense of detachment. At this stage the ego is ready for psychic transformation, leading from a sense of utter desolation to a level of being at which they begin to surrender themselves completely to the unknown universal spirit.” 
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 10th house and Ketu in the 4th: “This placement subjects the native to various extremes in life. The first half is usually full of unpleasant or psychic experiences. The 4th ouse relates to childhood (3 – 14 years old) which makes this the most difficult period leaving some scars on the natives psychological make-up. Mishandling on the part of parents, peers or elders in this period results in psychological disorders which influence their later years. With a strong Ketu they come out of these experiences even stronger. They will have a keen insight into the subconscious and a piercing and penetrating intellect. A weak Ketu will cause them to succumb to outside influences. Psychic powers are heightened with a strong Ketu in 4th, but a strong personality is required to harness these powers for the benefit of all. The fourth house is directly related with the universal mother principle and the precedes of Ketu can connect the native to the wellspring of wisdom and the core forces off creation. Relationship with parents is not usually very smooth but there can be a strong connection with one of the grandparents. Although one may receive financial support from them there are always misunderstandings. A strong psychic contact with the mother is seen, but it might not be very pleasant because of the extreme involved. This combination experiences the generation gap to the fullest degree. The sooner the native is separated from their parents, the better it is for both. This is a wonderful placement for making ones mark on the world. It gives the ability to head large organisations or undertakings. Many agree that this is the best placement for Rahu. The closer this Rahu is to the midheaven the more power it has to help the native. They are especially favoured in the second half of life  with a strong sense of purpose and destiny. Ketu in the moksha house gives an innate understanding of the primeval forces which create and sustain the manifest universe. In younger souls it gives an emotional and hypersensitive disposition. One has to check the excessive emotionalism and take a more practical approach to achieving one’s goals. An analogy to keep in mind is that the “earth needs to be watered just enough to raise the crops; more water leads to flooding and less water to drought. Rahu is said to bring positive changes in life at age 19, 38 & 42. This combination often requires sacrificing private life for public life. The native should guard against neglecting the 4th house affairs or else there is very little inner peace and contentment even after all the fame and glory. 10th house Rahu gives leadership qualities which can be used for person aggrandisement or for the benefit of one’s circle of influence. The presence of Ketu in the 4th gives strong attachment and knowledge of ones roots but Rahu in 10th makes it in an all inclusive manner.”
  • B.V. Raman: Rahu in the 10th house: “There is a tendency to lust after windows. He will be a skilled artist with a flare for poetry and literature. He travels widely and is learned. He will be famous and engage himself in business. He will have e limited issues. He will be bold and somewhat adventurous as he commits many sins.”
    • Robert Redford (3), Anthony Kennedy (4), Devoah? (2), George Washington (2), Santosh P. (2), 10th from Moon: Brittney Halford (1), Chris C. (2), Dennis Hopper (4), Leo Strauss (1), Nicolas Sarkozy (4), Steve Jobs (4), 

Rahu in Mula 11th house: 

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 11th house “grants the native prosperity, few children, longevity and ear ailments.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu in 11th house “native gains all kinds of things: happiness, honour from the king, clothes, gold, quadrupeds and victory. Wealth comes from trade relations with foreigners and this person will use any means to increase their profit. One may suffer diseases of the ear, difficulty with progeny, and elder brothers health is likely to suffer. Such a native is fond  of investing in shares, speculations, gambling, lottery and races.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 11th house and Ketu in the 5th is very powerful. It enables the person concerned to acquire physical and social conveniences and power. The are often members of the social elite. An aura or righteousness and morality surrounds them. In materially inclined persons these impulses are favourable for the acquisition of wealth, social and political status, and opportunities for disseminating spiritual and occult knowledge. Opportunities like these come in profession and may upset their personalities, making them vain, egotistical, and self opinionated. If they maintain their psychological balance, however, they may explore undiscovered laws of nature, clearly describe latent motives of others, and extensively externalise their own inner powers.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 11th house and Ketu in the 5th: “The analogy of the phoenix rising from the ashes usually holds true for natives with this placement. As often the case when Ketu is in the first half of the chart, the early life of the native is not very pleasant. Breaks in formal education as they don’t like it and may only go through it out of a sense of social obligation. When Ketu I strong here, they will have a penetrating and piercing intellect as Ketu’s disposition for learning is usually internalised. I have noticed that they usually pursue some form of mysticism either in an accepted way or purely personal. If the ascendant lord conjuncts this Ketu the native will choose platonic love over other forms. There is some sort of frustrations and disappointment encountered with love in adolescent years that makes the native harbour and negative feeling towards love in general. Ketu in 5th is not auspicious for having and raising progeny unless the fifth house is exceptionally strong and Jupiter is aspecting. In charts of female it denoted difficult child birth. Rahu in the 11th is supposed to fulfil most of ones desires in this lifetime. This is not always true and when it does happen, it’s late in life, after ones 40s. This Rahu makes the native ambitious and there is a distinct frustration noticed when their aims are not achieved. 11th house affairs — goals, aspirations, elder brothers, sources of gain, philanthropy, idealism, friends, sharing, group relationships, realisation of objectives — get highlighted. Elder brothers, if they exist, are a source of gain and vice versa provided other influences allow for it. Rahu in the 11th is a great bestower of material gains, but this has to be supported by other combinations in the chart. It is the natives karma to understand and work out the opposites of 5th & 11th like self consciousness & group consciousness, acquisition or resources & sharing of resources, personal ambition & humanitarian perspective. Friendship is a keynote of the lives of these natives, and any unnecessary selfishness needs to be avoided as those who can help him might put out if they see him acting in a selfish manner. Natives with this placement acquire a fortune by devious means and squander it is quickly on undesirable expenditures.”
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Rahu in Mula 12th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Rahu in 12th house “makes a person always intent upon committing sinful deeds secretly, they spend a lot and suffer from ailments like dropsy etc.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Rahu 12th house gives “disease of the eyes, problems with the feet (especially left eye and left foot), makes him a deceitful trickster, affectionate and loving, having affection for wicked people, and giving service to ordinary people.” “This is not auspicious for economic development and one spend much of ones time in unproductive activity. There is the possibility of difficulties in travels, and the natives wife may be afflicted with illness.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 12th house and Ketu in the 6th produces an unusual and powerful impact, providing much psychic power and enormous physical strength to carry out a special mission in life. Sometimes these individuals are found living in abnormal or trying living conditions, but they produce extraordinary results. These results may be highly propitious or socially undesirable; this depends on the disposition of Rahu in the particular chart. These individuals are great organisers and leaders of large numbers of people. Their leadership may be along bizarre, abnormal, or non-conventional lines. When their psychic faculties weaken, these people feel baffled. It is of utmost imp[ortance that they are guided properly so that they can take advantage of their opportunities to gain deeper understanding of the laws of nature using their powers for constructive purpose.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 12th house and Ketu in the 6th: “This placement oscillates between opposite more often than other placements. There can be a thin line separating insanity & genius; paranoia &  self discovery. This can be a difficult combination to handle and there is usually a sense of fatness to life. Rahu highlights 12th house things: receptivity, negation, seclusion, destiny, past lives, karma, escapism, excessive indulgence, luxury, losses, expenses, charity, foreign affairs, limitations, imprisonment, connectivity with subtle planes, fantasy, paranoia, subconscious mind, dreams, visions, sorrow, renunciation, liberation. The 12th house becomes the main field of activity in the natives life and even very evolved souls have difficulty balancing this combination. It can give a taste for all kinds of intoxications, smoking is common, There is a desire to completely immerse the ego in the sea of illusions resulting from excessive indulgence. Usually a strong ascendant is the key to minimising the negative effects of this placement. It can give the native a taste for the supernatural and allow him to look far beyond the material realm of existence. It can also give knowledge of the ocean of Maya in which the divine play of life in played. In my view, half the problem is solved if the native can keep away from all types of drugs and alcohol and they should remain equally wary of blindly following religious orders or other types of institutions. Such natives have a tendency to end up as doctors, nurses, healers, mediums, preachers, counsellors, lawyers, social workers, politicians, detectives, law enforcement. Rahu in the 12th also gives some foreign connection relates to the significations of its depositor or plants associated with it. Ketu in the 6th is supposed to be a powerful force giving worldly riches and power. There is better chance of this coming true is Jupiter is associated with Ketu in some way. These natives tend to expect too much from those working under them. They are not good at taking orders and do not do well in 9 – 5 jobs. Independent enterprise is better for their mental well being. These natives should avoid making too much of 6th house things like diseases, servants, enemies as there is a tendency to unnecessarily dwell on these topics. Most strange diseases and disorders can be found with this Ketu. They usually have no depth of enemies either by their own making or conferred by providence. How they deal with enemies differs based on other things in the chart, but diplomacy is not in the sphere of Ketu’s expertise. ^th house Ketu has very definite ideas about work ethics, purity and morality and there is a tendency to pass judgement and impose one’s ideas on others. Their strong will power helps them achieve their desires sooner or later; but they must guard against over extending their energy. Tehy need to strike a balance between 6th house and 12th house.”
  • B.V. Raman: Rahu in 12th house: “The native will be prosperous and immoral, but of helpful nature. He will have eye troubles.”
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Ketu in Mula

They are often capable of much travel. Capable of travelling the globe without the normal boundaries and checkpoints. They are often global citizens with very busy travel schedules (especially when Ketu is in the 1st or 2nd pada which puts Rahu in Mrigasirsha. They can also be warlike and ambivalent to the chaos that comes from their actions.

Ketu in Mula Pada 1, Aries navamsha:

Ketu in Mula Pada 2, Taurus navamsha:

Ketu in Mula Pada 3, Gemini navamsha:

Ketu in Mula Pada 4, Cancer navamsha:

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Ketu in Mula 1st house:

  • Phala Deepika: ”The person with Sagittarius ascendant at birth will have a long neck and face with large nose and ears. He will always keep himself in some work or the other. He will be self-sacrificing and eloquent in speech. He will be short of stature. He will be courageous and will overcome his enemies. He will be wealthy and the favourite of the king, He can be won over by persuasion and kindness.”
  • Parashara: ”[They] have a well-proportioned and well-developed body. Generally tall with a large forehead, high and bushy eyebrows, long nose, bright eyes, graceful look, fair complexion and handsome figure. They are bold, courageous and forceful. They face adverse situations with fortitude. They have self-confidence, energy, enthusiasm, vigour and vitality. Despite all these qualities they are unable to take quick decision. They are God-fearing and love only truth. They stick to their principles. They go for higher education and are fond of traveling. They are intuitive and their intuition generally proves correct.”
  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 1st house “makes a person always suffer from ingratitude, remain unhappy, and carry tales against others. He is an outcaste, fallen from his position, disabled, keeping company with the wicked.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 1st house “native is a maker of cotton threads, sickly and diseased, distressed, troubled with fear, worried about his wife, agitated, perturbed, and suffering from windy diseases. Head aches and brain disease is possible, suffering caused by wicked people.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 7th house and Ketu in the 1st may produce restrictions in ones relationships. Psychologically the person can be self0-centred; socially, he is sometimes lonely. He expects the world to conform to his terms while he himself is reluctant to compromise. Such individuals may find partners in life, wether business , social life, or in marriage, not working in harmony with them. Enduring amiability or happiness are difficult to establish. Marital problems do not necessarily arise due to any lack of desire to achieve harmony and adjustment, but could be caused by illness, voluntary or involuntary separate living arrangements, divorce. Such experiences may lead the individual to extreme degrees of loneliness; he feels no one understands or appreciates him. These people have a tendency to relapse into seclusion, to keep away from others physically as well as in thought. When they begin to develop self-awareness, they then find themselves well prepared to undertake severe austerities and to assume a spiritual course in life.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 7th house and Ketu in the 1st: “The native is pronounced worldly wise even when they are functioning on an otherworldly plane. Rahu in the 7th takes good care on ones social standing between the years of 24-42 unless there are overriding negative indications. The spouse is usually more mature than the native and a rise of fortune takes place after marriage. If Rahu is working through his lower principle than the motive behind these relationships is questionable and balance is not maintained causing misunderstandings, break-ups and abuse at various levels. If the nodal axis is afflicted these natives will carry out the mindless sexuality we see in modern media. Balance in sexuality is absent allowing the darker side to take over. They often enjoy vocations dealing with people like counsellors, psychologists, management experts, project coordinators etc. They usually start something on their own as they would rather be boss of their own small private setup than work under someone in a bigger set up. Ketu in the ascendant usually adds some psychic dimension to the personality and gives a self effacing nature. An aspect from Jupiter will solve 90% of the problems that can arise from this placement. Natives are usually short in height and have an out of ordinary appearance if Ketu is close to the ascendant degrees. The ascendant lord needs to be well placed to keep these natives from being too under-confident in regards to appearance and personality. An exaggerated self-consciousness may be apparent. Ketu in the 1st is also supposed to give low appetite and peculiar tastes in foods. They can internalise energy and develop along spiritual lines. Spiritual transformation usually takes place in later years. The native has to be careful about depending on relationships to drive his or her sense of self.”
    • Ernest Rutherford? (2), Shankara Sharma (2), Ketu conjunct Moon: Nigel Farage (4),

Ketu in Mula 2nd house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 2nd house “deprives the native of good education and riches. His language is foul and he has a sinister look. He depends on others for food.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 2nd house “brings loss of wealth, opposition against own men, disease of the mouth. Loss of wealth due to punishment of the king. Loss of grain due top theft and birds. The native get refuge with great difficulty in his time of need. If Ketu is in his own sign, or sign of a benefic friend, the native gets very much happiness. According to BPHS Ketu is exalted in Taurus, moola trikona in Cancer, and ruler of Virgo. Phala Deepika say Ketu is strong in the later half of Taurus, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 8th house and Ketu in the 2nd attracts super-physical powers. Such individuals often display tremendous energy which they utilise to achieve extraordinary results. They make their mark on society. Under favourable planetary conditions they create a niche for themselves and may become greta scientists, exceptional police officers, politicians or doctors. If the individual is preoccupied with sense gratification, however, he or she may be drawn towards unapproved activities such as smuggling, drug trafficking or gambling. The results of Rahu in the8th are difficult to predict because the range of the unseen work which this house represents is very extensive. Whatever their achievements in life, this placement will lead to the sudden psychological transformation of these individuals.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 8th house and Ketu in the 2nd “Confers long life, but Ketu in the 2nd is not considered good for maintaining a smooth financial situation throughout life unless Ketu is in Sagittarius or Pisces; but even then they will have to suffer substantial loss at least once in life. It gives peculiarities in the way the native handles money: miserly with small spending but carefree with big purchases. Gambling can be a major downfall of this placement: this is the worst nodal placement for luck in speculation, while feeling the desire to gamble. Extreme cases can see the native gamble on almost everything in life; including their own life. A lot of natives who squander ancestral property are born with this placement. This Ketu gives a wandering nature and pleasurable travels. Many renown travellers have this nodal placement. Since the native is not inclined to follow orthodox religious rituals he should strive to develop some personal philosophy in life. Ketu in the 2nd causes bitterness in family life, which requires patience on the natives part. The native may end up under the control of their life partner at some point. This Ketu can adda sarcastic tone to the voice and the native can be a bitter critic and use foul language. Rahu in the 8th promises legacies and wealth from the partner. At the very least the native can be forced to learn humility by accepting resources from others. This Rahu favours 8th house professions: scientists, researchers, explorers, adventurers, insurance agents, bankers, spies, detectives, writers of mystery stories, occultists and all kinds of employment involving old things. If working through its lower principle this Rahu can make the native commit some bad deeds similar to those of Rahu in the 2nd house. It’s a very dangerous placement as the dark side of the 8th house is a very destructive force. There is a thin line between the balanced use and the excessive use of 8th house energies. The native can totally neglect 2nd house affairs or handle them in a very peculiar manner. The native needs to control their speech. It can be better to communicate in writing as their speech will often be misunderstood. Optimism also needs to be cultivated as these natives can be overly pessimistic.”
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Ketu in Mula 3rd house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 3rd house “promotes longevity, strength, wealth and fame. The native lives happy with his wife and enjoys good food. He loses a brother.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 3rd house “brings about the destruction of the natives enemies, disputes and quarrels, gains of wealth, a luxurious life, obtainment of grandeur, dignity and an increase in energy. They also see the destruction of their own men and pain in their arm. This Ketu generally give auspicious effects. Vigour and valour will rise up very quickly. But they will have a lot of worries. If this Ketu is exalted of in own sign the native get fear, agitation and happiness.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 9th house and Ketu in the 3rd produces a psychological storm which may be religious in nature. These individuals become charged with ideas that could seem idealistic, unconventional, and provocative to others. Rahu makes the individual absorbs in his or her thoughts, perhaps with some sympathy for others, but often without external demonstration of it, That may appear as if some superior spirit has taken possession of their personality which, under malefic planetary influences, could make them ruthless in executing their nefarious programmes. In large numbers of people, this placement of the nodes creates attraction towards religion, holy places, tantric rituals, and austerities — all with the intention of securing greater personal advantages. There is a gulf between the secret aspirations of these individuals and their external activities, which may make them insecure, temperamental, peevish, or irritable. Coordination between the hidden ambitions and aspiration for psychic power and their actual deeds may be difficult to achieve. But this is the stage where, with some guidance and luck, they can obtain much spiritual merit. They are well prepared for psychological metamorphosis which could radically change the direction of their life course.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 9th house and Ketu in the 3rd: “These natives usually meet their destiny in a foreign land or through foreigners. The native usually believes in religious symbolism though not striating in the orthodox sense. The native is seen to concentrate on 9th house affairs: long journeys, philosophy, inner life, foreign influences, ethical disposition , higher mind, initiation and self realisation. It must not be misunderstood that the native will follow organised religion; he is more likely to develop a personal philosophy. Ketu in the 3rd house shows some sort of skill related to the 3rd house like writing, painting or other skills involving the hands, but Ketu usually requires some additional good conjunction or aspect to bring out these latent talents. Ketu is even more dangerous than Rahu for the live things related to 3rd house like younger siblings. An unhappy first half to life makes childhood a time not worth remembering. When poorly placed this Ketu is like a dog roaming the streets with much unnecessary and fruitless travels and wandering. Whether the native rises from their childhood scars asa saviour or a revengeful manic depends on the over all chart. Aspects from Jupiter of Ketu’s depositor can usually iron things out.”
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Ketu in Mula 4th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 4th house “destroys land, vehicle, mother and happiness. He is made to leave his native place and is made to live in a foreign land at the mercy of others.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 4th house “gives loss of happiness from mother and friends, losses through the father and they have no brothers. If Ketu is in own or exalted sign they get happiness for a short time, but remains full of worries and anxiety. If this Ketu is afflicted by additional malefic the mother suffers greatly and one has disputes over land. They live in an atmosphere of quarrels and disputes.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 10th house and Ketu in the 4th impels an individual  certainly to affect society in which he or she lives. These natives are able to concretise abstract ideals, channelling their inspiration to socially useful purposes. They enable society to experience new truths, new visions, new sensitivity, or even new or radically different patterns of living. Rahu in the 10th house produces much social interaction with substantial gains. These experiences vivify the psycho-mental capabilities of the person but may make him or her somewhat unstable. The achievements and frustrations which inevitably both arise during their social and professional interactions teach them a sense of detachment. At this stage the ego is ready for psychic transformation, leading from a sense of utter desolation to a level of being at which they begin to surrender themselves completely to the unknown universal spirit.” 
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 10th house and Ketu in the 4th: “This placement subjects the native to various extremes in life. The first half is usually full of unpleasant or psychic experiences. The 4th ouse relates to childhood (3 – 14 years old) which makes this the most difficult period leaving some scars on the natives psychological make-up. Mishandling on the part of parents, peers or elders in this period results in psychological disorders which influence their later years. With a strong Ketu they come out of these experiences even stronger. They will have a keen insight into the subconscious and a piercing and penetrating intellect. A weak Ketu will cause them to succumb to outside influences. Psychic powers are heightened with a strong Ketu in 4th, but a strong personality is required to harness these powers for the benefit of all. The fourth house is directly related with the universal mother principle and the precedes of Ketu can connect the native to the wellspring of wisdom and the core forces off creation. Relationship with parents is not usually very smooth but there can be a strong connection with one of the grandparents. Although one may receive financial support from them there are always misunderstandings. A strong psychic contact with the mother is seen, but it might not be very pleasant because of the extreme involved. This combination experiences the generation gap to the fullest degree. The sooner the native is separated from their parents, the better it is for both. This is a wonderful placement for making ones mark on the world. It gives the ability to head large organisations or undertakings. Many agree that this is the best placement for Rahu. The closer this Rahu is to the midheaven the more power it has to help the native. They are especially favoured in the second half of life  with a strong sense of purpose and destiny. Ketu in the moksha house gives an innate understanding of the primeval forces which create and sustain the manifest universe. In younger souls it gives an emotional and hypersensitive disposition. One has to check the excessive emotionalism and take a more practical approach to achieving one’s goals. An analogy to keep in mind is that the “earth needs to be watered just enough to raise the crops; more water leads to flooding and less water to drought. Rahu is said to bring positive changes in life at age 19, 38 & 42. This combination often requires sacrificing private life for public life. The native should guard against neglecting the 4th house affairs or else there is very little inner peace and contentment even after all the fame and glory. 10th house Rahu gives leadership qualities which can be used for person aggrandisement or for the benefit of one’s circle of influence. The presence of Ketu in the 4th gives strong attachment and knowledge of ones roots but Rahu in 10th makes it in an all inclusive manner.”
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Ketu in Mula 5th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 5th house “makes the person suffer the loss of children, stomach ailments, haunted by evil spirits. They are evil minded, wicked and sinful.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 5th house “causes wounds to the stomach, from windy disease or from falling, and surgical procedure may be necessary. The person is dear to siblings, has a righteous mind, few children and is wealthy strong, and vigorous. They make quick decisions, ideas flash in their mind. Favourably placed this Ketu can bring great luck, gain through shares or lottery.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 11th house and Ketu in the 5th is very powerful. It enables the person concerned to acquire physical and social conveniences and power. The are often members of the social elite. An aura or righteousness and morality surrounds them. In materially inclined persons these impulses are favourable for the acquisition of wealth, social and political status, and opportunities for disseminating spiritual and occult knowledge. Opportunities like these come in profession and may upset their personalities, making them vain, egotistical, and self opinionated. If they maintain their psychological balance, however, they may explore undiscovered laws of nature, clearly describe latent motives of others, and extensively externalise their own inner powers.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 11th house and Ketu in the 5th: “The analogy of the phoenix rising from the ashes usually holds true for natives with this placement. As often the case when Ketu is in the first half of the chart, the early life of the native is not very pleasant. Breaks in formal education as they don’t like it and may only go through it out of a sense of social obligation. When Ketu I strong here, they will have a penetrating and piercing intellect as Ketu’s disposition for learning is usually internalised. I have noticed that they usually pursue some form of mysticism either in an accepted way or purely personal. If the ascendant lord conjuncts this Ketu the native will choose platonic love over other forms. There is some sort of frustrations and disappointment encountered with love in adolescent years that makes the native harbour and negative feeling towards love in general. Ketu in 5th is not auspicious for having and raising progeny unless the fifth house is exceptionally strong and Jupiter is aspecting. In charts of female it denoted difficult child birth. Rahu in the 11th is supposed to fulfil most of ones desires in this lifetime. This is not always true and when it does happen, it’s late in life, after ones 40s. This Rahu makes the native ambitious and there is a distinct frustration noticed when their aims are not achieved. 11th house affairs — goals, aspirations, elder brothers, sources of gain, philanthropy, idealism, friends, sharing, group relationships, realisation of objectives — get highlighted. Elder brothers, if they exist, are a source of gain and vice versa provided other influences allow for it. Rahu in the 11th is a great bestower of material gains, but this has to be supported by other combinations in the chart. It is the natives karma to understand and work out the opposites of 5th & 11th like self consciousness & group consciousness, acquisition or resources & sharing of resources, personal ambition & humanitarian perspective. Friendship is a keynote of the lives of these natives, and any unnecessary selfishness needs to be avoided as those who can help him might put out if they see him acting in a selfish manner. Natives with this placement acquire a fortune by devious means and squander it is quickly on undesirable expenditures.”
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Ketu in Mula 6th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 6th house makes “a person very magnanimous, embodying the best of human qualities, firms and fame. He will possess high authority, destroy his enemies and fulfil his ambition.” “Danger from ulcer.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in the 6th houses “brings the destruction of a persons enemies, happiness from animals, gain of wealth, no disease of the body, but disrespect with relatives on mother’s side.” “Ketu in the 6th is very auspicious, due to which the native is dear and loved by brothers, is generous with good qualities, is famous and gets reputation and prestige due to learning and education.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 12th house and Ketu in the 6th produces an unusual and powerful impact, providing much psychic power and enormous physical strength to carry out a special mission in life. Sometimes these individuals are found living in abnormal or trying living conditions, but they produce extraordinary results. These results may be highly propitious or socially undesirable; this depends on the disposition of Rahu in the particular chart. These individuals are great organisers and leaders of large numbers of people. Their leadership may be along bizarre, abnormal, or non-conventional lines. When their psychic faculties weaken, these people feel baffled. It is of utmost imp[ortance that they are guided properly so that they can take advantage of their opportunities to gain deeper understanding of the laws of nature using their powers for constructive purpose.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 12th house and Ketu in the 6th: “This placement oscillates between opposite more often than other placements. There can be a thin line separating insanity & genius; paranoia &  self discovery. This can be a difficult combination to handle and there is usually a sense of fatness to life. Rahu highlights 12th house things: receptivity, negation, seclusion, destiny, past lives, karma, escapism, excessive indulgence, luxury, losses, expenses, charity, foreign affairs, limitations, imprisonment, connectivity with subtle planes, fantasy, paranoia, subconscious mind, dreams, visions, sorrow, renunciation, liberation. The 12th house becomes the main field of activity in the natives life and even very evolved souls have difficulty balancing this combination. It can give a taste for all kinds of intoxications, smoking is common, There is a desire to completely immerse the ego in the sea of illusions resulting from excessive indulgence. Usually a strong ascendant is the key to minimising the negative effects of this placement. It can give the native a taste for the supernatural and allow him to look far beyond the material realm of existence. It can also give knowledge of the ocean of Maya in which the divine play of life in played. In my view, half the problem is solved if the native can keep away from all types of drugs and alcohol and they should remain equally wary of blindly following religious orders or other types of institutions. Such natives have a tendency to end up as doctors, nurses, healers, mediums, preachers, counsellors, lawyers, social workers, politicians, detectives, law enforcement. Rahu in the 12th also gives some foreign connection relates to the significations of its depositor or plants associated with it. Ketu in the 6th is supposed to be a powerful force giving worldly riches and power. There is better chance of this coming true is Jupiter is associated with Ketu in some way. These natives tend to expect too much from those working under them. They are not good at taking orders and do not do well in 9 – 5 jobs. Independent enterprise is better for their mental well being. These natives should avoid making too much of 6th house things like diseases, servants, enemies as there is a tendency to unnecessarily dwell on these topics. Most strange diseases and disorders can be found with this Ketu. They usually have no depth of enemies either by their own making or conferred by providence. How they deal with enemies differs based on other things in the chart, but diplomacy is not in the sphere of Ketu’s expertise.6th house Ketu has very definite ideas about work ethics, purity and morality and there is a tendency to pass judgement and impose one’s ideas on others. Their strong will power helps them achieve their desires sooner or later; but they must guard against over extending their energy. Tehy need to strike a balance between 6th house and 12th house.”
    • Darshan Undirwadkar (2), Edward Smyth-Osbourn (3), Fifth Business (1), 6th from Moon: Simone de Beauvoir (1), Mandika Devi (4), Jawaharlal Nehru (4), Carrie Underwood (3),

Ketu in Mula 7th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 7th house “causes a person to be disrespected, live in the company of wicked women, suffer from disease of the bowels, lose wife and vital power.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 7th house “gives fear during travel, and enemies destroy ones wealth. If in Scorpio, conditions are always profitable but wife gets troubled, worries, anxiety, and expenditures are ever increasing. Wife suffers headaches and sudden physical troubles. This Ketu is not considered auspicious; travel in Ketu periods tend to be fruitless and expensive.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 1st house and Ketu in the 7th intensifies the material urges of the individual. It drives one to seek prosperity, personal prowess, greater work skills, higher social status, and to leave ones mark on society. Yet these individuals fair to satisfy their thirst completely. This leads to disenchantment with the people or groups with whom they come in contact. Self-conceit greatly vitiates their interpersonal relationships and these individuals may experience great anguish and phycological frustration at many levels. They may begin to analyse the working of their inner mind. The psychological changes arising out of situation makes them more introverted. As their frustration is transmuted these persons gradually begin to immerse themselves in humanitarian activities and become useful members of society and helpful and understanding workers.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 1st house and Ketu in the 7th “fortunate in that it allows the native to successfully project their personality to the outside world. Rahu is said to do well in the 1st, 9th & 10th houses. If Rahu is placed very close to the ascendant degree, then it gives an out of ordinary physical appearance and personality. The person is usually on the taller side and has a peculiar sort of wordiness attached to their manners, which of course is not very pleasing to others. A heightened sense of self, which can often turn into ta false sense of pride or vanity, is noticed; which can drive them to act mindlessly on many occasions.If Rahu is working through his higher principle, this position provides keen insight and capacity for constant introspection. This is why this combination produces so many philosophers and saints. These men having the true understanding of the working of the cosmic forces don’t like to be addressed by titles. Rahu here can also provide deep insights into mass psychology and future trends. they can be found working in any field, but we do find that many scientists, inventors, explorers, adventures have this placement. They like to have independence in whatever they are doing. Rahu in the first provides good physical stamina and vitality that might be over-extended in exploration in extreme conditions, adventure sports. They often feel lonely. Their sense of individuality does not depend on social intercourse and they have capacity to be alone for long periods of time. Ketu in 7th hinders the formation of any lasting relationship. Unless there are powerful forces over-riding this, life-long bachelors is the norm with this placement. Relationships only stand a chance if their partner gives them lots of room to be themselves and follow their own path. They can be sweet and humble in their social conduct unless afflicted. They always stand by the way they think and feel and are very frank and outspoken about it. This habit does not help them win many friends except those with enough understanding to gage their real intent. Public speaking comes naturally to these people even is they seem shy off-stage. The native has to learn to take the spotlight off one’s own self in order to understand and accommodate others. They are caught up in the dilemma of why should one scatter one’s energies outside when the whole universe exists within the self. This often causes them to completely exclude the world outside. More evolved souls do not make this mistake because they understand self-realisation has no meaning unless it is shared with and includes the world outside as well.”
    • Brett Hull (3), Vincent Van Goth (1), Anne Hathaway (4), Sandra Bullock (3), 7th from Moon: 9/11 (3), Heather D. (2), Margaux Jersey Girl (4), Sara N. (1), Zoe N. (1), Courtney Love (3), Marie P.O. (1),

Ketu in Mula 8th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 8th house “native will be short lived, remain separated from his dear friends and engage in feuds, be injured by a weapon and meet with disappointments in all efforts.” “Danger from ulcer.” “Unnatural death like suicide or association as a result of the hatred of enemies, or through worms.” 
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 8th house person. “If in Cancer, Virgo, Gemini, the native has disease of the anus but gains wealth from conveyances. If in Aries, Taurus, or Scorpio they will see exceptional gains of wealth. If associated with any other malefic they will suffer piles or fistula, money lent out is not returned, and despite their love and affection for animals will be bitten or injured by them.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 2nd house and Ketu in the 8th may give the individual a sense of mission, a feeling that he or she is functioning as an agent for some higher power. In extreme cases this can lead to megalomania. More often it makes one so opinionated that it may be difficult for them to establish a positive rapport with others. These persons have unrealistic expectations of others and want to change them to suit their own specifications. They may not feel content with their achievements, and become obsessed with securing even more. The promise of acquiring greater physical or spiritual merit often brings radical changes in their thinking. They may grow interested in occult sciences as they become increasingly aware of the immense psychophysical possibilities inherent in the process of expending their consciousness.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 2nd house and Ketu in the 8th: “Considered a good placement for the wise management of resources, material and spiritual, available at ones command unless there is affliction. If afflicted the native is sure to go through a period of deprivation followed by a period of plenty. It’s good for material well being but the desires never end. There is an intensity about getting exactly what they want. Satisfaction or the lack of it became a keynote for these natives. Usually gives an attractive personality, especially to female natives if there are favourable supports. It usually imparts an unorthodox beauty and captivating quality to the natives face which seems to mature early. Although this position of the nodes supports a wide variety of professions it has a tendency to favour mathematicians, linguists, astrologers, economists, financiers, bankers, explorers, researchers, singers, and musicians. It favours a capitalist mindset unless aspected by Saturn. If badly afflicted the native can loose his sense of proportion and earn through trickery, deceit, bribery, blackmail or theft. It’s likely many drug dealers have this placement. Money made is usually spent quickly on indulgences: smoking, alcohol, meat. Jupiter aspect can redeem a person. A lot of present day evils arise from this combination, but in its higher aspect it gives a love for truth and a charitable disposition. Ketu in the 8th house is good for carrying out research in any chosen field. If working through its higher aspect the native will not fear death as they understand its power to renew. If well placed and materially inclined it can bring legacies and resources of others later in life; but if it’s weak it will only give expectation and no fulfilment. Affliction can give sexually transmitted disease. There is need to maintain calm in the the worldly game of gain and loss. If the native gets carried away in either of these they will find life to be unforgiving. They need to seek balance between the earthy second house and the emotional 8th house.”
  • Commentary: Part of the problem here is that Rahu in 2nd tells lies which creates a ripe situation for many revelations. It can bring many random sexual partners. I suspect that someone like Temminick might have many children in an attempt to populate the world with his blood line. This could create numerous illegitimate children with numerous random women. It’s possible that the massive hidden wealth he accumulated felt like a never ending abyss. The abroad is without limits. And possibly no limits to the kinds of taboos that “no limits” Ketu  allowed him to explore. 
    • Edward Snowden (1), Erick (2), Kamala Harris (1), 8th from Moon: Coenraad Jacob Temminick (4), Ishant (3),

Ketu in Mula 9th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 9th house “makes a person take a sinful course, commit unrighteous acts, and be deprived of father. They are unfortunate, poverty stricken and speak ill of good people.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 9th house “releases the person from their troubles, gives happiness from son, rise of fortune through foreigners, distress or diseases of the arm. Blessings from doing penance, religious activities and giving alms.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 3rd house and Ketu in the 9th gives many responsibilities along with a tendency towards reclusiveness. These individuals come out of their isolation when their assistance is sought and they are thrust into leadership roles. The leadership may be philanthropic activities, dissemination of the wisdom of the past and sacred scriptures, or in the realm of political organisation and philosophy. They may impart guidance in psychological exploration or industrial organisation. They suffer when they have to follow routine duties; otherwise they do not reject hard work, penance, and contemplation. Gradually they realise that public and charitable work is the best goal in life and they embrace the principle of right action: selfless activity with no expectation of reward.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 3rd house and Ketu in the 9th: “This is considered an auspicious placement for the nodes. Rahu provides material success while Ketu takes care of inner life. Rahu provides courage but also misunderstandings with younger siblings. As is the case with natural malefics the live things of the house suffer (younger siblings and companions), while the non-living things prosper: mental and physical energy, passions, prowess, leadership ability, oratory, scientific rational thinking, writing ability, etc. In some cases strong assistance from younger siblings helps one get ahead in life (or vice versa). Short journeys bring luck, though they can sometimes be unpleasant. Longer journeys to distant countries do not turn out to be suited for the native unless Ketu is strong in a friendly sign and conjunct the yoga karaka planet or exalted planet. A peculiar thing of this placement is that the native can hold a gun or a pen with equal ease; which they choose depends on other things in the chart. Writers, orators, painters, sculptors, instrumentalists, soldiers, athletes (especially those requiring skill and strength of arms), generals, revolutionaries, political and spiritual leaders are likely to have this combination. The physical and metal abilities provided by this Rahu can be uses in positive way if other placements in the chart provide an integrated personality. I have found that, due to the 3rd house emphasis, this placement to produce a number of atheists who swear by science and scientific thought. Late in life that can swing to the other pole and denounce everything material. They have to strike a balance between physics and religion; aggression and compassion, the drive and the path, mater and spirit. If an evolved should is capable of striking this balance they will realise the beauty, dexterity, gentleness, and genius of this placement. The first half of life is usually more fruitful than the second half: if the native achieves fame and fortune in his youth, this will be lost in his 40s. Age 47 begins a new episode in their life: for those who have had a relatively uneventful life until this point they now, after 47, find an opportunity to make their mark on the world. Ketu should be quite strong for this to happen. After age 47 Ketu tries to bring the 9th house to light. For those who have lived a material existence up to this point will find it a miserable experience; especially if they are not willing to change the course of their life.”
  • Commentary: This Ketu is not conducive for a long life. Hug was in his 30’s; proust was 51, Bernardo is imprisoned for life but still kicking at 57. 
    • Marcel Proust (3), Sara N. (1), Heidi L. (Neo-Tantra (4)), Andy Hug (2), Marcel Proust (3), 9th from Moon: Kamala Harris (1), Marcel Proust (3), Paul Bernardo (2), David Gilmore (1), Marcel Proust (3),

Ketu in Mula 10th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 10th house “makes a person have to overcome great obstacles in order to do any good act, or he may himself be responsible for the obstacles. He is impure and engages in evil deeds. He is energetic, wise and reputed.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 10th house “native is devoid of happiness from father, destroys enemies despite being unfortunate oneself. Conveyances get wear and tear and one suffers from windy diseases. Trouble from horse back riding. Ketu in Virgo 10th house makes a person happy and wealthy. Aries, Taurus, Virgo, Scorpio is good for gains.”
  • B.V. Raman: Ketu in the 10th house: “The native will be strong, bold and well known. He will commit vile deeds, be impure in his resolve, and face many obstacles in his undertakings. He will be very clever. If benficially disposed the native will be happy, religious, well read in scripture and visit many pilgrimage places and sacred rivers.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 4th house and Ketu in the 10th may bring emotional suffering and the frustration of desire. These natives often enjoy many physical comforts and opportunities for sense gratification, but first they may pass through heart wrenching situations of utter hopelessness. Their despair may not appear on their faces; indeed, others may accuse them of insensitivity or of exaggerating their troubles. These emotional setbacks may seriously affect their relationships. Those with extremely weak egos may suffer from schizophrenia; those with exaggerated egos may become ruthless and pursue their objectives without consideration for others. When they begin to deal with their inner issues constructively, they prepare themselves to meet any situation without giving undue importance to their person conveniences, dislikes, or troubles. They begin to realise that life is not for idleness but for working simply for the works sake, without wasting time or licking one’s wounds.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 4th house and Ketu in the 10th: “Everything is fine as long as the native is not ambitious about career. Contentment is the key word of this placement, A strong attachment to mother or mother figures in seen; similar to Rahu conjunct Moon. Some help from the mother or the mother’s side helps one get ahead in life. The father figure is usually absent from a young age or ignored. They no not like vocations that involve a lot of travelling. They prefer to have a permanent home in a particular village, town or city where they spend the majority of their life. They usually prefer smaller towns to bigger cities. 4th house vocations like property dealers, agriculturists, dairy farmers, transporters, professional drivers, child psychologists, children story writers, interior decorators, architects, construction engineers, etc. are favoured by this placement. At least a couple changes of profession are common. Ketu in the 10th hinders job satisfaction. It becomes the natives duty to insulate the emotional aspects of life rather than the practical aspects. A sudden fall is imminent if the native gets over ambitious in career or reputation. Any attempt to suppress the the active subconscious can make their lives dull and sad.”
    • High End Madam (), Zoe N. (1), Ishant (3), Johann Sebastian Bach (4), 10th from Moon: Darshan Undirwadkar (2),

Ketu in Mula 11th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 11th house “makes a person hoard money, possess many noble qualities, enjoy himself well, and gives every opportunity to collect good materials and be successful in achieving all desires.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 11th house makes the “native sweet spoken and excitable, they get good education, has charming appearance, is voluptuous, vigorous, valorous, wears beautiful clothes, but suffers disease of the anus and unhappiness from children. In own sign aspected by benefits this Ketu can give quick gain, much wealth and give success in all objectives.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 5th house and Ketu in the 11th activates the persons creativity in a paradoxical manner, restricting material creativity in order to impels the creative forces to higher levels from which beneficence of different kinds can be radiated. These individuals may experience difficulty in having offspring of their own, but on a mental plane they are very active. The keep themselves extremely busy. Material creativity might suffer, as may sociability, and there can be anxiety about financial security. Despondency due to such experiences makes them seek compensation on the mental plane where they attain some degree of satisfaction. Ultimately they may become both impersonal and quite successful in relationships. They attain significant social status and may make a great deal of money. They eventually realise that their happiness and peace of mind do not depend on specific work involvements but on a trust in the law of karma. Even in small everyday activities their actions are now guided by an attitude of helpfulness.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 5th house and Ketu in the 11th: “This combination can produce the best and the worse type of human being. The 5th and 11th deal directly with ones mental make-up and interaction with others. They have abundant mental energy which can be used for good or evil. Rahu in the 5th provides this mental energy along with highlighting 5th house affairs — intellect, creativity, self-consciousness, past life merits and demerits, children, love of the self and others, acting, confidence, education, publications, mantra, the chosen deity, etc. This is also the house governing mass media and cinema. This is the reason why most actors and other people associated with movie and stage productions have this combination. In my view, photography originates from this placement. In many charts of photographers I have come across this nodal placement in 90% of them. Under malefic influence Rahu in 5th can produce megalomania and even dictators if Sun & Mars are involved — dictators of nations as well as the self styled dictators of home and workplace. It can also produce crooks and swindlers, thieves, thugs if Mercury is afflicted or involved in this combination. It is thus a very sensitive place for Rahu where one need to channel their creative and intellectual energies for the benefit of the group or the sphere of ones influence. In other words, this energy needs to be channelled through he 11th house. There is usually a break in formal education making vocational training preferable to classical education. When working in it’s higher principle, 11th house Ketu allows channelling to happen with ease. When afflicted it can block the 11th house so that one does not have many friends nor are they involved in any social or humanitarian projects resulting in a self-centred life. The self-conscious has to become a part of the group consciousness, and form a part of the collective human consciousness, before finally merging with the greater universal consciousness. 5th house is fire, the 11th house is air; air has no warmth without fire and fire cannot burn without air. The fire produced in 5th house should be dissapated in tot the 11th house so it reaches those who require it. This is the challenge for these natives. Ketu in the 11th house produces misunderstanding with the elder brother and is not considered favourable. Some anxiety on the part of children, their birth and development is also seen. If having children the native usually makes for a concerned parent.”
    • Melinda Gates (3), Heather D. (2), Pope Benedict XVI (3), 11th from Moon: Johann Sebastian Bach (4), Ernest Rutherford (2), Fifth Business (1), Heidi L. (Neo-Tantra (4)), Shankara Sharma (2)

Ketu in Mula 12th house:

  • Phala Deepika: Ketu in 12th house native “commits sinful deeds secretly and squanders away his wealth on vile things. He destroys his wealth and is of questionable conduct suffering from ailments of the eyes.”
  • Jataka Bharnam: Ketu in 12th house “gives trouble to feet and eyes, heavy expenses, destruction of enemies, lacks desire for happiness, and suffers disease to the anus and loins. The native might not have wealth but will spend money lavishly.”
  • Bepin Behari: “Rahu in the 6th house and Ketu in the 12th makes these people intensely concentrated on material pursuits. Often their dreams, psychic experiences and spiritual contacts affect them at deeper levels, producing radical transformations in their mental attitude. They feel unhappy about social differences and may face illness, litigations, and personal accusations but they confront them with courage and confidence, and the final outcome works in their favour. The experience gained in these confrontations gives them inner confidence. Their dream experiences, increased sensitivity, and psychic visions initiate them in the knowledge of supra physical realms. The perception of higher realities now becomes more meaningful to them then the enjoyment of physical comforts and social acclaim. They gradually establish greater control over their psycho-physical functions.”
  • Prash Trivedi: Rahu in the 6th house and Ketu in the 12th: “Rahu is said to function well in the upachaya houses and Ketu has a natural affinity for the 12th house. This is generally true, but when it comes to giving hard times this is the toughest placement. Rahu in the 6th highlights 6th house things like work, service, health, enmity, distillation and discrimination, dietary and personal habits, accidents, diseases, discipline and austerity, opposition, litigation, power, helpers, medicine, healing. Natives with this placement have come to terms with all of this negative energy to some extent. 6th house represents adolescent years so from this early period these natives show an immaculate sense of method and order in their lives (provided there are supporting factors). If this Rahu is afflicted they can indulge in mindless behaviour that harms themselves and others which they come to later regret. This is a good combination for physicians, healers, therapeutic vocations. The native usually deals with foreigners and benefits from them in some way: foreign service, tourism, import-export, shipping, etc. They have capacity for heard work, and a dint of fearlessness is noticed. Ketu in the 12th usually gives some psychic experience either through dream or visions [or related to the functions of planets in conjunction]. This is a good position for spiritual pursuits, but Ketu has to be acting through his higher principle. The native usually has some understanding of the divine forces in a very personal way. This position of Ketu usually brings about some unpleasant experiences: imprisonment, isolation, accidents, but this is often a good thing as they are paying off karmas from their past. Isolation is very important for these natives as it can bring out latent abilities. After this realisation follows the hard work indicated by Rahu in 6th. A peculiar trait of this Rahu is that no matter how are they try to avoid enmity, it seems to follow them; this makes forgiveness one of the most important qualities the native can develop. This combination is also beneficial in modern day politics where dealing with enemies and behind the scenes manoeuvres comes naturally to the native. These native usually prevail over their enemies, but enemies can also bring their downfall, and even their death. This position of the nodes usually give a strong constitution but other planets involved can cause serious disease or difficult to diagnose disorders. Sudden unexpected death can also happen if there are other contributing factors. Worldly recognition or success comes only after a long struggle, these natives are very career conscious. They can be headstrong and there is danger of misuse of power, but Ketu in 12th will bring their downfall to teach them the lesson. The native has to guard against rigidity which comes from too much order and discipline in life. They also have to guard against loosing themselves in extreme indulgence from having a complete lack of discipline. Financially the native is neither a miser nor a spendthrift, but they often take up either extreme asceticism or extreme indulgence as a means of attaining liberation. Some few take up the middle path once wisdom dawns on them.”
    • Russel Crow (4), Margaux Jersey Girl (4), Sara Aldrete (killer/smuggler (2)), 12th from Moon: Sandra Bullock (3), Valeri C. (1), Russel Crow (4), Janik Das Narmada (4), Erick (2), Diane Keaton (3), High End Madam (), John McAfee (4), Neil Young (3), Carrie Underwood (3), Syed Modasser (2),



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    1. I have to keep reminding myself that it’s only a first draft; I have lots of time to come back to it in the future. There is so much to each of these and life shows me more every day. Hope you’re well. Mahadev

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