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Ans: In Vedic Astrology House division will be used by most of people equal house system and Sripathi house system. In KP Placidus house division will be used. In Vedic Astrology we use only Moon dasha.
But in KP Astrology we need to calculate dashas for every planet and house. KP Ayanamsha will have slight difference with Lahiri Ayanamsha. KP uses Western Aspects. Venus rules over all types of refined things that are desirable such as art, music, flowers, love, beauty etc. A well placed Venus in a chart that is well disposed towards Venus will grant to the person a life full of "the good things" such as those things mentioned above.
The Vedic way of understanding of life, and the process of elevation, is such that addiction to material gratifications are known to be often "an-arthas" or "unnecessary". Too much stress is laid upon material gratifications in ungodly societies.
So, Venus is loved and followed when the person or society is of the materialistic type. For Westerners, a good Venus is considered a good thing, because it helps in bringing in material wealth, sense gratifications, and all types of material fortunes.
Famous, rich and beautiful people often have strong Venus, as these blessings are highly desirable to the materialistic masses, who love to worship such "achievements" in life. People in general are much more interested in the "Lives of the Rich and Famous" than they are in the "Lives of the Intelligent and Devoted".
While Jupiter tends to give advice leading to surrender to higher principles, Venus gives advice which works for us in the here and now. Jupiter is more about dharma, or religion for higher principles, whereas Venus is more about a dharma or self serving ways.
The entire Vedic principle is to surrender to the greater laws of God, whereas Venus teaches us to maximize things as they are now, for ourselves. But it is not that one is bad and one is good - it's that priority has been established correctly.
It is not wrong to have material quality in our lives, or pleasures and enjoyments, but they should not direct us and dictate our actions when higher principles of goodness are at stake. Venus represents the enjoyment, taste, sexuality and relationships of the individual. It can give a person a great sense of aesthetics and very pleasant personality, or sensual and tasteless, dependant on how well it is placed in the chart. Venus is best placed in Meena Pisces where is called exalted.
Opposite from there, in Kanya Virgo it is least auspicious and called debilitated. Venus is lord of the sign Vrishabha Taurus and also of Tula Libra and of the houses where these signs are located. Venus signifies: The feminine spirit, beauty, grace, charm, refinement, luxuries, wealth, sensuality, vanity, charisma, glamour, good taste, sexual attraction, elegance, comforts, arts, music, theatre, love, wife in a males chart, pleasure of the senses, sugar, affections, conveyances, flowers.
Medical Astrology: Reproductive system, bladder, kidneys, and pancreas - diabetes Gemstone: Diamond, White Sapphire, Clear quartz crystal Day: Friday Rules: Taurus and Libra Exaltation: Pisces Debilitation: Virgo Directional Strength: Fourth House Saturn Shani Keywords: Ambition, fear, responsibility, the perseverance and capacity for hard work, stress, isolation, Old people In Sanskrit he is called Shani or Shanaishchara the slow mover , because he takes about two and a half years or so to pass through each constellation of the sidereal zodiac.
In the Linga Purana it is said that Shani was born from the solar deity Rudra. Saturn is known for his ring. Saturn rules restrictions - or things that surround us on all sides. All types of blocks, restrictions and obstacles are the ruling lot of Saturn. The wedding ring is related to Saturn, because it represents a restriction that prevents certain types of actions - namely, courting other spouses and therefore the ring is a symbol of a block or restriction.
Saturn is the outermost planet in the Vedic scheme of things, and so has "the last laugh". Saturn is final, being the last one. Saturn rules all types of final things, or things which are insurmountable. Saturn is "the bottom line" in many ways. Therefore, Saturn rules Death as well as Unconquerable Time.
All things decay in time, and Saturn rules this decay, or the effects of old age. Saturn is old, and low, the worker, the downtrodden, and the dirty. Saturn rules the colours Navy blue and black, which are akin to seriousness, coldness, and finality.
Things turn dark when they are dead, when the colour of life has gone out. The sky is either blue or black because the distance we are looking at when we look at the sky is always insurmountable, being such a far distance. When we look across the land the trees in the distance are more "greyed out" than the closer trees, because that distance, being insurmountable, takes on the dulling effects of Saturn.
If something is hazy or unclear, it is because it is "out of reach" and that is Saturn again. When Saturn affects a house or planet in a chart, then it "shuts it down" to some degree, by means of it's strong oppressing power.
Saturn has the ability to oppress anything. When it aspects the Moon, or Mind, then the person feels the effects of Saturn in their mind, which basically leads to depression. Saturn is large and slow, and so it rules these things. Large slow things cause a lot of pressure, and so does Saturn. When Saturn affects something, it slows it down, puts it under pressure, and ultimately crushes it under its tremendous weight and restrictive power.
On the good side, these things give it rule over focus. Focus is a funny thing - it means application of pressure for a certain goal. Saturn can make things it affects highly focused or controlled, which at times is a very good quality. Because of all these things, Saturn is considered a "first class malefic", or in other words, a planet capable of doing great harm. But that is spoken from the angle of vision of the materially oriented.
Materially speaking Saturn is usually malefic, except when his reduction and crushing capacity is used, in the chart, against the enemies of our material progress.
For example, if Saturn is situated in such a way as to crush the twelfth house, or the house of losses, then our losses are crushed, which means we don't lose as much. But Saturn has another good side. Consider the diamond - it is created from black coal under great pressure for a long time. Saturn rules coal, pressure, and long periods of time.
So, Saturn creates the diamond, which is very beautiful and extremely hard. When a person is under Saturn, they eventually become beautiful and hard, or shining and strong. The trials and struggles that Saturn puts us through teach us hard lessons.
Therefore Saturn rules the side of the religious peoples which is strong in principal, unbending, renounced from material motivations, and so forth. Saturn has a lot to do with the dark blue colour worn by most Police officers, and the black worn by many Priests. Men often wear dark suits to do business, because it promotes a no-nonsense, dead-serious demeanour in their business dealings.
Saturn rules the low workers or Shoodras, as we say in Sanskrit. This is because he rules all things low and difficult. Things which are cold, dark, hard and created under pressure are ruled by Saturn, so he rules many types of metal like iron and steal, as well as the tools of hard work.
Because he is an old man, he rules old things. Saturn is the slowest moving graha, and represents the more time related aspects in life: endurance, sense responsibility, hard work, longevity and reclusion.
It is typically described as the bringer of grief and misery in life, but if it is auspiciously placed in a chart it will be one's best insurance against poverty. Saturn is best placed in Tula Libra where is called exalted. Opposite from there, in Mesha Aries it is least auspicious and called debilitated. Saturn is lord of the sign Makara Capricorn and Kumbha Aquarius also of the houses where these signs are located.
Saturn signifies: Discipline, order, structure, dependable, stability, separation, solitude, limitation, obstruction, poverty, death, disease, oppression, pessimistic, worry, fear, bad luck, old age, delays, retards things, concentration, paralysis, depression, stunted, deprivation, bondage, fixed assets, land, property, endurance and lasting, doubt, phobias, darkness, sorrow, longevity, detachment, decay Medical Astrology: geriatrics, death, bones and teeth, osteoporosis, arthritis, degenerative diseases, dehydration, premature aging, cancer Gem: Blue Sapphire, Amethyst Rules: Capricorn and Aquarius Exaltation: Libra Debilitation: Aries Directional Strength: Seventh House Rahu the Northern Lunar node Keywords: Obsession, attachment, distorted perception, blowing things out of proportion, psychic ability In the most ancient scriptures on vedic astrology we do not find the names of Rahu and its counterpart, Ketu.
Instead, only seven planets are mentioned. The name of Rahu first appears in the Mahabharata, when we read the story of the churning of the Ocean of Milk in the search for ambrosia - the elixir of immortality known as amrita in Sanskrit.
Rahu was the son of Danava Vipracitti by his wife Simhika, and a brother of Maya Danava, the great magician and architect. Whenever either Sun or Moon are conjunct with Rahu or Ketu, a solar or lunar eclipse takes place. Rahu is the point in the zodiac where the paths of the Sun and the Moon cross.
If the Sun and Moon in their movement meet in this point, then an eclipse takes place. Eclipses "seize" the light of the Sun or the Moon, and it is this seizing quality that is characteristic for Rahu.
Rahu is not an actual planet-ball, as the other planets are, but a point in space that is of great influence. The nodes Rahu and Ketu are always opposite each other in the Zodiac. Acharya, Narendradev. Jain Sahitya. Jain Jyotish Tithi Patrika.
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