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BPHS Rahu Mahadasha
Rahu in bhava-1 * passion for vitality
Rahu in bhava-2 * passion for treasuries
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, remedies
Rahu in bhava-7 * passion for partnership
Rahu in bhava-8 * passion for secrets
Rahu in bhava-9 * passion for philosophy, preaching, father
Rahu in bhava-10 * passion for public visibility
Rahu in bhava-11 * passion for prizes, achievements, goals
Rahu in bhava-12 * passion for privacy
Rahu the Rogue in Meena rashi = privilege-seeking quest of the chalakaraka is motivated by Ambition to Imagine.
Quest for Inner Vision and Sanctuary Retreat.
Pretentious Professor Rahu-Meena is fascinated by esoteric visionary roles.
Rahu the Poseur can seduce others in pretentious clandestine or sanctuary-retreat settings.
Great leap forward via divinatory insights, fantastic ideas, dreams and visions, private environments
Find Professor Guru and know His effects in the radix and navamsha. Rahu will amplify Guru's effects, and also the effects of any other graha occupying Meena.
Rahu magnifies the desire to seek sanctuary in the world of intuitive, private perceptions.
Likes foreign travel. Increases the psychic capabilities.
May be able to harvest a deeply stored subconscious inventory of memory.
Can amplify childlike play or paranoia, depending on the supporting planets.
Prone toward clandestine activities, whether these are disappearing into an ashram for a week of prayer, traveling incognito, a long-term bedroom affair, or conducting unauthorized espionage in distant lands.
In Meena, Rahu's desire-inflaming passions acquire Guru-like dream- sanctuary and bridging-to-higher-planes characteristics.
Hunger to change the world, via doctrine and via charity, toward greater generosity and inclusiveness.
Generally will succeed in this mission, if there is good support from Professor Guru .
One who works for social change through breaking barriers of caste and class; a dreamer who lives in the desire-world of freedom to cross all boundaries through psychic skill and compassionate desire.
Professor Rahu amplifies Guru's two bhava, by intensity and by days
Rahu in Dhanusha or Rahu-Meena is a placement which effectively doubles the length of all Guru periods in the Vimshottari dasha (Except does not double Shani-Guru period).
In the total picture, when Rahu resides in a rashi of Guru, the two bhava which are ruled by Professor Guru are very much amplified and expanded. Rahu comes first, setting the climate of ambition and opportunism.
Because Rahu periods immediately precede Guru periods, the potency of experience of the Guru-ruled bhava = increased.
| Mahadasha of Rahu for Rahu-Meena|| |
Opportunistic Trajectory via environments featuring Privacy, Bridge Travel, Clairsentience, Spiritual Guidance, cosmic inter-travel, and Dreams
Mahadasha of Rahu and most bhukti of Rahu (depending on Rahu's angle to the mahadasha pati) will exhibit the script qualities of Meena. The purpose of Meena is remembering important wisdom acquired during parallel lives .
Typical starting scene is a dreamscape, a distant land, a therapeutic enclosure, or a walled setting such as a military or refugee camp, a hospital room, a monastery cell or personal bedroom.
The Rahu experience begins with some variety of imaginative insight (according to the bhava) whichsensitizes the nativeeither physically, psychologically, or spiritually.
An enunciation of divinatory clairsentienceis required. The environment supports childlike, reflective, prayerful and enclosed behaviors, and the important actors typically are either quite young or lack the barriers of conventionalized adults, such as meditators, poets, artists, musicians, and others sensitive to the communications of spirits.
Imagination from inside, nightmare from outside
Rahu-Meena might engage in fantasizing behavior driven by a sudden, obsessive attraction * akarshana *. The unbounded expansion of the scope of the personality integrity or the body might start (or seem to start) from completely external circumstances, such as daily private prayer, meditation practice, taking a retreat, or developing a very private bedroom relationship. Conditions include clandestine activities such as smuggling and espionage.
Rahu-Meena might start the cycle with a desire to feel the intuitive childlike openness to imagery and the grand expanse of the universe, or a desire to reconnect with ancestors long away from their bodies, or those in distant lands who can only communicate via symbolic code (exempli gratia,, French-speaking and code-knowing Julia Child was a US-govt spy working with the French Resistance during WW-II).
There may be sudden deployment to distant lands which facilitates recovery of past-life personality components.
The longer the Rahu period, the more opportunity for dramatic development. After the enclosure event, there is continuous engagement with ancestors and the spirit world.
The downside of Rahu-Meena = in quest to keep the clairsentient channels open, or conversely to attempt to avoid feeling overwhelmed by excessive psychic traffic, one may abuse mood-altering drugs or alcohol.
Hallucinogenic or psychotropic drugs can serve as boundary-breakers to facilitate communications with spirits especially the artistic or musical Muse. Also during these periods children may suddenly be born into the native 's life, quite unexpectedly, as a result of manifestation of ancestor spirits.
If Rahu is associated with a Maraka graha, the craving for direct intuitive apprehension of the meaning of images may be punctuated by deaths or severe loss such as divorce. The death or profound separation can be self-inflicted due to Rahu's restless discontent.
Rahu brings important new actors into the life scene, and these actors are typically from a different cultural background. the native is imagined into the culture of the new actor, and may be asked to divine the presence of beings without bodies, so that a spirit can be guided into the path of materialization.
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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