Rahu * Raghu
Simha * Singha * Hari
Caput Draconis occupies Leonis
Thrill of royalty, center-stage, charm
Reina * Queen Catherine of Aragon
Rahu in bhava-1 * passion for vitality
Rahu in bhava-2 * passion for treasuries of history, storage, knowledge, value, voice
Rahu in bhava-3 * passion for communication
Rahu in bhava-4 * passion for property, routine, roots
Rahu in bhava-5 * passion for politics, celebrity, games
Rahu in bhava-6 * passion for conflict, victims, remedies
Rahu in bhava-7 * passion for political partnership
Rahu in bhava-8 * passion for political secrets
Rahu in bhava-9 * passion for political philosophy, preaching
Rahu in bhava-10 * passion for leadership power
Rahu in bhava-11 * passion for prizes, achievements
Rahu in bhava-12 * passion for privacy
Prideful ambition to be recognized as unique and smart.
Residing in Simha rashi, the chalakaraka is motivated by a great Ambition for Applause.
Quest for the Regal Splendor.
Rahu-Simha is fascinated by glittering"royalty-celebrity" roles.
Rahu seduces the native into pretentious political relationships.
Snake-like Naga gets fascinated by the goal of privileged entitlement to the prize of theatrical charisma.
If Rahu occupies bhava 1-3-6-10 or 11, and His Professor Surya is strong, the brilliant power of personal charm can maintain throughout all supportive dasha periods.
If Surya is weak however, when quite near to the goal and nearly assured of success, masked Naga may be ejected by legitimate celebrity privilege-holders when His pretentious speculation is exposed.
Great leap forward into Celebrity Privileges
Find lord Ravi and know His effects in the radix and navamsha. Rahu will amplify Ravi's effects, and also the effects of any other graha occupying Simha.
Rahu-Simha takes a Great Leap Forward via political, fashion, entertainment, speculative, and theatrical performance charisma.
If Rahu yuti Shani, opportunity for illegitimate or deceptive practices - one may be either the perpetrator or the victim, but the context is political-theatrical and Rahu's goal is fame.
Entitlement to enter the realm of political power without having earned the privilege. May marry into political or theatrical standing, gamble one's way in via games and speculation (including political campaigns) or otherwise leap into a much higher celebrity rank than suggested by the station of birth.
Rahu magnifies the confidence that one's political or creative empowerment has been obtained by legitimate means.
Desires center-stage attention, recognition of one's inherent genius.
Rahu-Simha= while great attention is paid to the building public confidence in one's entitlement to hold center-stage roles, Simha's natural radiance is not bright, clear, and healing but rather smoky, diffused, and potentially toxic.
In Simha, Rahu's desire-inflaming passions acquire Surya-like political and theatrical characteristics.
| Mahadasha of Rahu for Rahu-Simha |
Rahu from Bali pre-1937 * Tropenmuseum Wikimedia Commons
Trajectory via Celebrity, Artistic Performance, Personal Charisma, Creative Intelligence, Politics, Fashion, Glamour, and Games
The Rahu experience begins with center-stage attention (according to the bhava) which highlights the native either physically, psychologically, or spiritually.
An enunciation of brilliant genius is required. The environment supports flamboyant, fashionable behaviors, and the important actors typically hold rank of stage director, political advisor, or master of games.
Performance from inside, applause from outside
the native might engage in self-flattering behavior driven by a sudden, obsessive attraction to an unusual source of ego-validation.
The centering of the scope of the social personality or the body might start (or seem to start) from completely external circumstances, such as taking a dramatic role in a stage play or attending a celebrity event with royalty.
Also one may accept the role of pre-eminent male (Surya) in a family, accepting the central role of Father (Ravi) in exotic circumstances, such as becoming the romantic lover (Simha) of a women whose children lack a father.
The male native with Rahu-Simha often finds that fatherhood has some taboo-breaking attributes, both in regard to his childhood experience of men who are fathers and the native 's own fathering trajectory.
The longer the Rahu period, the more opportunity for dramatic development. After the initial urgently-seeking-attention event, there is continuous development of the fashionable, literary, theatrical, performance capabilities.
If Rahu is associated with a Maraka graha, the craving for validation of one's attractiveness and talent may be punctuated by deaths or severe loss such as divorce. The death or tragic separation can be self-inflicted due to Rahu's restless discontent to keeping catapulting forward to higher levels of privilege.
Rahu brings important new actors into the life scene, and these actors are typically from a different cultural background. the native is coronated into the culture of the new actor, and may be asked to assume a royal role, so that the audience attention remains focused on the center of political power.
One needs to acquire or remember elements of this new actor's worldview in order for the native to make the leap into one's next life phase.
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