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Friday, September 16, 2011

THE MOST MALEFIC INFLUENCE


Mostly, the people seeking advantage of astrology remember it in the
time of distress.
Therefore, the first thing is to gauge the strength of the
planets so that the malefic influences on the weak planets can be
analyzed.
The most malefic influence in a nativity is that of the lord of
the eighth house if it contains a mooltrikona sign.
However, if it does not contain a mooltrikona sign, the title of the most malefic planet
passes on to the lord of the twelfth house if there is a mooltrikona sign.
Further, if, both the eighth and the twelfth houses do not contain a
mooltrikona sign, then the title of the most malefic planet passes on to
Ketu.
 
The close impact of the planets is gauged through their closeness to the
natal positions i.e. a longitudinal distance of less than 5 degrees.
Besidesthe natal position of the planets, there is mid-point or the most effective
point of each house known by the degree rising in the ascendant.
Suppose an ascendant of 16 degrees rises.
It means the mid-point or the most effective point of each house would
be 16 degrees. The most malefic planets in any house having a longitude
between 11 to 21 degrees would malefically influence the most effective
point of the house of its placement and the house(s)/ planet(s) aspected
by it or the planet(s) in conjunction with it.
 
MOST MALEFIC PLANET for the various ascendants.
ASCENDANT
 MOST MALEFIC PLANET (MMP)
Aries
 Ketu
Taurus
 Jupiter
Gemini
 Ketu
Cancer
 Saturn
Leo
The Moon
Virgo
 Mars
Libra
Mercury
Scorpio
Venus
Sagittarius
 The Moon
Capricorn
The Sun
Aquarius
 Mercury
Pisces
 Venu

If the planet or the lord of the house, with which the most malefic planet
is forming a close conjunction/aspect, is strong and well placed, this
most malefic planet creates tension(s) with regard to the matters
represented by the house/planet involved.
When the afflicted planet isweak, the significations suffer seriously.
When the afflicted planet is weak and badly placed, it results in tragic happenings.
To understand the difference between tension, serious trouble and tragic happenings
consider the situations of fever, jaundice and the loss of a limb ruled by
the concerned planet, respectively. The transit impact of slow moving
stationary malefic planets triggers the trouble. When the affliction is
close to the mid-point of the house, significations of all the houses
involved, that is the house occupied and the house(s) aspected, suffer.
In the case of the afflicted planets, besides their general significations,
the significations of the house (i) where the mooltrikona sign is placed,
and (ii) significations of the house where the planet is placed, suffer.
The descending order for the weak planets is a combust planet, bad
placement, debilitation, old age, infancy, debilitated in navamsa and the
weak dispositor.
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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Pitru Paksha



Pitru Paksha,the "fortnight of the ancestors ",This is a 16–lunar day period when Hindus pay homage,via food offerings.to their ancestors.Pitru Paksha is considered by Hindus an inauspicious period,which is also known as Shraadh or tarpan.
In western and southern India, it falls in the Hindu lunar month of Bhadrapada (September - October),starting from the full moon day (Poornima),falling immediately after the Ganesh festival and ending with the new moon day known as 'Sarvapitri amavasya' or 'Mahalaya amavasya'. In North India and Nepal,this period corresponds to the dark fortnight of the month Ashwin.
LEGEND
According to Hindu mythology, the souls of three preceding generations of one's ancestor reside in Pitru–loka, a realm between heaven and earth. 
This realm is governed by Yama, the god of death, who takes the soul of a dying man from earth to Pitru–loka. When a person of the next generation dies, the first generation shifts to heaven and unites with God, so Shraddha offerings are not given.
Thus, only the three generations in Pitru–loka are given Shraddha rites, in which Yama plays a significant role.
According to the sacred Hindu epics (Itihasa), at the beginning of Pitru Paksha, the sun enters the zodiac sign of Virgo (Kanya). 
Coinciding with this moment, it is believed that the spirits leave Pitru–loka and reside in their descendants' homes for a month until the sun enters the next zodiac—Scorpio (Vrichchhika)—and there is a full moon. 
Hindus are expected to propitiate the ancestors in the first half, during the dark fortnight.

When the legendary donor Karna died in the epic Mahabharata war, his soul transcended to heaven, where he was offered gold and jewels as food.
However, Karna needed real food to eat and asked Indra, the lord of heaven, the reason for serving gold as food. 
Indra told Karna that he had donated gold all his life, but had never donated food to his ancestors in Shraddha. 
Karna said that since he was unaware of his ancestors, he never donated anything in their memory.
To make amends, Karna was permitted to return to earth for a 16–day period, so that he could perform Shraddha and donate food and water in their memory. 
This period is now known as Pitru Paksha. In some legends, Yama replaces Indra.
The fifteen days of Malaya Paksha consists of 15 Tithi (also called Thithi). They are Pratipat, Dvitiya, Tritiya, Chaturthi, Panchami, Shashti, Saptami, Ashtami, Navami, Dasami, Ekadasi, Dvadasi, Trayodasi, Chaturdashi, Amavasya (new moon). 
According to Hindu mythology, every individual's who wants to perform this Pitru Tharpanam, they should do it on the same day of their ancestor died which will fall within any one of these fifteen days.

The performance of Shraddha by a son during Pitru Paksha is regarded as a compulsory by Hindus, to ensure that the soul of the ancestor goes to heaven. In this context, the scripture Garuda Purana says, "there is no salvation for a man without a son". The scriptures preach that a householder should propitiate ancestors (Pitris), along with the gods (devas), ghosts (bhutas) and guests. The scripture Markandeya Purana says that if the ancestors are content with the shraddhas, they will bestow health, wealth, knowledge and longevity, and ultimately heaven and salvation (moksha) upon the performer.
The performance of Sarvapitri amavasya rites can also compensate a forgotten or neglected annual shraddha ceremony, which should ideally coincide with the death anniversary of the deceased.


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