Astrology | Nakshatra
A-Bhukt Mool Nakshatra
[From Indian and Western Astrology]
See also Nakshatra-Gun
Birth in A-Bhukt Mool - What happens to those women who are born with this Dosh?
Jaatak Paarijaat has extensively dealt with it. In North India what rules the most is Nirnaya Sandhu (many English writing astrologers would not have even heard about it). It is considered bad in many respects and it has very sound astronomical reasons.
It is neither expensive nor impossible for the survival of an A-Bhukt Mool Child or elders effected by it. I hope the members will benefit from it.
Both Ketu and Moon are friends of Jupiter so the first step would be to
put on some gold on the body of the child. If not possible, then a yellow
thread on the right wrist of male child and left wrist of female child
would be as effective. I am very apprehensive of Upaaya but I have outlined
one of the secret and effective Upaaya on which some can make a big fortune.
I have written this keeping my reverences for Sunil Nair.
I would like to know if there
is any exception you found in certain charts or do you think that all people born under
this Dosh this dictum is applicable, and what is your opinion on effect of it.
The point, which is deep in the constellation Mool, is the centre of Solar system , around which it revolves. Thus Mool represents a new beginning after a big deluge or disaster. This is the reason that sign Gemini opposite to it, represents copulation.
Nakshatra led to the formation of zodiac signs which was a later development. Nakshatra provide the bridge to cross from one sign to another but there is a creek, in between the signs - Cancer and Leo, Scorpio and Sagittarius, and Pisces and Aries. On the junction point, Moon has to jump, and thus he harms the native.
Though, A-Bhukt Mool position
is considered most dangerous due the reasons explained above, if the natives
manages to survive, it touches unprecedented heights, as the native is supposed
to have toughened after facing miseries, like Sant Tulasee Daas. Graha Shaanti
has a important role to play and gives strength to the family and the native
to face the rigorous life, but the stars do not give up their effects. BPHS Ch 3,
says that the knowledge of Nakshatra should be learnt from the vast literature
which is already available.
Created and Maintained by Sushma Gupta
Created on 05/18/2008 and Updated on 07/06/2012