|Yoga Kaaraka: Sun, Mars, and Jupiter
Own Sign: Moon, Sun exalted in Navamsa
|Balance Dasa at birth: Saturn 7 years 7 months 28 days
Maarakas: Mercury, Venus, Saturn
Sthaana Bala Ranks of planets
Rahu - Ketu axis in Gemini- Sagittarius, same in both Rasi and Navamsa.
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Significant planet Venus has a Natural Rank 3. In this chart Jupiter usurps that rank 3. Hence in this chart Jupiter is the real Significant Planet for companionship indications.
Venus, the Natural Significant planet for companionship is in a neutral sign and in a friendly Nakshatra. It is in the fourth Bhava with friendly Mercury in the fourth sign which moves to the third Bhava. Jupiter, the Natural Significant planet indicating family is in the Ascendant, in a friendly sign and friendly Nakshatra. In the Navamsa, Venus is in a friendly sign, in the third. Jupiter, in the Navamsa is in the ascendant in its own sign with Ketu and receives the aspect of Mars and Saturn. The Natural Significant Planets have sufficient positive energy to indicate marriage. (Rule 5)
These planets have sufficient positive energy to indicate marriage, but the aspect of Saturn to the Ascendant and Jupiter in the Navamsa indicates possibility of unhappy marriage (Rule 6).
The aspect of Saturn on Jupiter and the ascendant indicates delay in marriage (Rules 7 & 15).
The 7th house has no planets. It receives the aspect of Jupiter, which usurps the significance of Venus in this chart (Rule3 &4). This energy certainly indicates
marriage. Besides the lord of the 7th, Saturn has an aspect on Jupiter and on the 5th Bhava. In the Navamsa, Rahu is in the 7th and receives the aspect
of the significant planet Jupiter. Thus there is sufficient positive energy in the relevant Bhavas to indicate marriage (Rule10 & 11).
The 12th house in the Rasi has Moon, the lord in its own sign. However it moves to the 11th Bhava, where Rahu and Saturn are situated. In the Navamsa, Mars, the lord of the 12th, is in the 6th and receives the aspect of Saturn. This indicates the pleasure and comfort in marriage is afflicted (Rules 6 & 12).
We have seen that there is delay in marriage and the chief negative energy for the same comes from Saturn. This indicates that in spite of a lot of positive
energy indicating marriage, there could be delay till at least the 30th year. He would be in Ketu Dasa from about the 25th year of age. Since Ketu is in the 5th and in the Nakshatra of Sun, the ascendant lord in the Rasi and is in the Ascendant in the Navamsa, this Dasa indicates the possibility of marriage. The Sub period of Rahu starts from about the 28th year of age. Rahu in the seventh in the Navamsa makes it significant Sub Period. The sub - sub periods of Sun, Moon and Mars, which he enters from 30th year of age could prove the significant periods for marriage (Rule 14).
We have chosen Sun, because it is the Lord of the 1st and is in the Nakshatra of Jupiter and associated with Mars lord of the 9th in the Rasi. It is fifth from the Sub period lord Rahu. It is in the 5th house and receives the aspect of Jupiter in the Navamsa. Moon sub-sub period is also a possibility as Moon is lord of the 12th and moves towards Rahu, the sub Dasa lord in the eleventh house. It is in the Nakshatra of Saturn lord of the 7th. The sub- sub period of Mars is another possible period, as Mars is the lord of the 9th and is
associated with Sun, lord of the first. It is fifth from the Sub period lord Rahu. In the Navamsa it is lord of the 5th and 12th. These three sub-sub periods extend from early to middle of 1973, when the person is running the 30th year of age. Hence this could be the earliest possible period for marriage (Rule 18).
In the Rasi, Jupiter is the lord of the 5th house of emotional and sentimental affairs. It is in the Ascendant, having an aspect in the 5th and 7th. In this chart, it is the planet that usurps the power of Venus, the planet-signifying of the life-partner. In the Navamsa also, Jupiter is in the Ascendant and has an aspect on the 5th house, where Sun, the lord of
the 9th, is situated and exalted. This shows the possibility of marriage out of love or a self-chosen life partner (Rule 16).
Happy married Life?
In the above analysis, we have found that married
life is not likely to be happy. The prominence of the
energies of the 12th house and Saturn indicate a kind
of coldness and mechanical living. Lack of proper
communication could also be a barrier to happy
Facts of the example: The person chose his life
partner, much to the dislike of the family and married
her on 11th April 1973. The marital life has all through
been very unhappy.
The subject of Marriage has also other important
questions. Will there be a divorce? if so will there be
remarriage? Will we have children? If not can we
have through medical means? Should we adopt a
child? The astrological rules to answer these are also
clear and specific and will be dealt in my next part.
I request my learned colleagues to put to test the
rules mentioned in this article in their regular
practice and assess the percentage of accuracy.
That would be a great contribution to establishing
Vedic Astrology as a science. We owe this debt to
the profession, through which we make our living.
If the rules are validated, we shall salute
Maharishi Parasara. If not I will in all humility
accept my knowledge is imperfect.
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