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Rahu Gochara - Transit

table of Rahu-Ketu transits

Samchara Rahu-Ketu age birth-120

  1. Rahu samchara bhava-1
  2. Rahu samchara bhava-2
  3. Rahu samchara bhava-3
  4. Rahu samchara bhava-4
  5. Rahu samchara bhava-5
  6. Rahu samchara bhava-6
  7. Rahu samchara bhava-7
  8. Rahu samchara bhava-8
  9. Rahu samchara bhava-9
  10. Rahu samchara bhava-10
  11. Rahu samchara bhava-11
  12. Rahu samchara bhava-12

Rahu-Ketu Main Page

BPHS Vimshottari MahaDasha of Rahu

BP Lama commentary Rahu Mahadasha

Traditional Jyotishavidya Sacred Jewels Ratna for Rahu

Risk-rewarding Rahu reaches maturity = age 48

  1. [Rahu in bhava-1]

  2. [Rahu in bhava-2]

  3. [Rahu in bhava-3]

  4. [Rahu in bhava-4]

  5. [Rahu in bhava-5]

  6. [Rahu in bhava-6]

  7. [Rahu in bhava-7]

  8. [Rahu in bhava-8]

  9. [Rahu in bhava-9]

  10. [Rahu in bhava-10]

  11. [Rahu in bhava-11]

  12. [Rahu in bhava-12]

  1. [Rahu-Mesha-Arya]

  2. [Rahu-Urisha] [uchcha]

  3. [Rahu-Mithuna]

  4. [Rahu-Karkata]

  5. [Rahu-Singha] [nīcha]

  6. [Rahu-Parthya]

  7. [Rahu-Tula]

  8. [Rahu-Vṛścika]

  9. [Rahu-Dhanus]

  10. [Rahu-Makara-Draco]

  11. [Rahu-Kumbha] [svakshetra]

  12. [Rahu-Meena]


AUM ram ravahe namah

Professor Rahu

samchara - gochara



kośāgāra [cask, case, treasury, storehouse]


kuṭumba bhava [family, relation by descent]


kula-daya [clan]


dhana-sthāna [capital, surplus, valuables, storage]


see also: Samchara Rahu contact 7 graha

Caput Draconis

Dragon's Head

North Node


transits radical house-2

see also: Rahu in bhava-2

Over-Reaching via Treasuries and Talk

Professor Rahu the Mix-Master breaks through Undesirable Limitations

The effects of any Rahu-Ketu transit must additionally be defined by the planetary ruler of Rahu-Ketu and by the current Vimshottari Bhukti

Outcome depends very much upon the number, character, and potency of the graha in Bhava-2.


Professor Rahu's classroom transits via radical kosha dhana kuṭumba Bhava-2

Environments and experiences amplified by Rahu samchara bhava-2:

  • Treasury, the Keep. Banking, financial wealth, collections, gathering, store-holds, store-keeping, storage, stories, silo

  • speech, song, mouth, face, teeth, tongue, jaw

  • eyes, sight, viewpoint, vision, evidence, veda

  • second marriage

  • genetics, bloodlines, family history

  • historical knowledge, languages, linguistics

  • restoration, natural resource conservation, preservation, hoarding

  • the keep, the keepers, the coop, cooperage, tradition

  • libraries, databases catalogues, museums

  • banks, acquisitions, collections, memory, skandha * heaps *

  • sensual pleasures, food and drink, the mouth-teeth-face-eyes-hair, perfumes, fine oils and scents, exquisite textures

  • animal herds, animal genetics, animal breeding

  • cattle and milk-foods

Professor Rahu's classroom transits via radical 2nd-from Chandra

From bhava-2, for the duration of 18 months, gochara Rahu casts risk-taking, boundary-disrupting drishti upon:

[bhava-6] Medicine, servants, mother's relatives * Professor Rahu likes to challenge or break the conventional limits on managing conflict, controvert established medical practice, disrupt workplace routines. Empowerment to choose divorce, disrupts the forced acceptance of dissatisfaction and conflict

Bhava-8 * secrets, new identities, emergencies, healing, inheritance * Professor Rahu likes to challenge or break accepted limits on confidential knowledge * outbreak of shaming-scandal -

[bhava-10] Social leadership, public reputation, regulation * confidential Professor Rahu likes to challenge or break the normal cautions on protecting public reputation, maintaining respect


Butter Room of the Seafair Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island

Intense temporary fascination with stored assets = the treasuries of values and historical knowledge; family lineage and bloodlines; herds of animals, breeding, genetics, languages, speech, and song..

Energized, instinctively self-elevating ambition to acquire precious treasures of knowledge or finance or both.

Ambitious mix-master Professor Rahu pushes through the limits which normally separate the financially privileged from the poor, the treasuries from the treasure-seekers, the stories from the story-tellers, the singers from the songs, the food from the hungry, the herd from the herders. Intense desire to acquire and hoard.

Speech, face, knowledge, animal herds, goldhord, and all forms of storage including banking and warehousing are temporarily driven to the forefront of experience by ambitious, privilege-seeking gochara Rahu.

  • In 2016 during Rahu's transit via Simha rashi during his Rahu-Chandra bhukti (Chandra lagnesha for his Aśleṣa nativity) POTUS-45 Play to Win 1946- Beauty Pageants Donald Trump campaigned for election to the role of POTUS-45. In additional to his interests in commercial business, Mr. Trump serves as a television entertainer. His vociferous and occasionally bombastic, but also rather humorous, Mangala-Simha was dramatically over-stimulated by gochara Rahu-Simha, driving him to make " over the top" statements and urging his remarkable hairstyle into the center of public discourse.

Attempts and will generally succeed in temporary attainment of a higher level of recognition yielding empowerments in matters of

  • storage behaviors, accumulation of financial wealth and historical knowledge,

  • voice and face, story and song, hair and teeth, language
  • collections, banking, values, goldhord
  • emotional lineage characteristics of the family history
  • second marriage
  • illness and debt of the father
  • valuable goods and conserved knowledge of the mother
  • death
Double potency of characteristic effects during bhukti of Rahu or bhukti of Rahu's ruler or the sensitive, parental bhukti of Chandra read emotional relationships from the Chandra lagna. Strongest Rahu effects relate to the core emotional agents of the bhava.
  • family history
  • lineage-holders
  • second marriage
  • mother's family
  • timing of death of the mother * contributing factor only
  • conditions [not timing] of death of the spouse or life-partner * 8th-from-7th-from-Chandra
  • people who praise * 5th * one's professional behaviors * 10th*

Temporary escalation of one's "Desire to Acquire"

bhava-2 Rahu likes to challenge or break limits on the type and method of acquisitions. Rahu the Rule-breaker challenges the legitimacy of the historic values of the family lineage.

  • Desire to penetrate the step-wise methods of conventional boundaries protecting Stored Cultural Values and "classic" (best-in-class)Knowledge Traditions.

  • Hunger to Possess family and cultural histories, wealth collections, classical languages

  • Self-promotion via to banks, accounts, collections of valuable books, art, music, language materials, hoards of knowledge and accumulated wealth.

  • may stimulate a second marriage, if other motivators such as a marriage bhukti are operating

brings foreigners and exotic cultural influence into banking, collections, the family lineage values-fulfillment , treasuries of historical knowledge and wealth,

कोशागार kośāgāra [treasury, storehouse]

family history

  • For the duration of the transit, the family history may temporarily perceive Professor Rahu to be a disruptive personality who is greedy for wealth.

Second marriage

  • For the duration of the transit, expanded opportunity for Second marriage to a cultural exotic, someone from a different race-class-religion-ethnicity-complexion-socioeconomic-demographic-food group.

  • , the second spouse might look similar but behave unpredictably * Rahu * or the second spouse might look different as well.

Accrued Goods and Stored Values

  • For the duration of the transit, Professor Rahu attempts to increase the Burning hunger for accumulations of affluence .

  • What is considered to be 'valuable' and worthy of accumulation by this native? Look to the ruler of Rahu and also to Shukra dhanakaraka for treasury. If Shukra activates Rahu , the ambitious desire is highly focused on aesthetically material goods rather than knowledge-wealth.

  • Can be a storage obsession : Professor Rahu may develop of pattern of saving up memorabilia which has some taboo qualities.

  • If Rahu benefits from more elevated influences, may be instead a burning hunger for knowledge of history and languages.

In particular, Professor Rahu feels an urge to experience heightened empowerment by which

  • To acquire store-holds of valuable goods and conserved knowledge,

  • To speak and sing in unusual and often disruptive ways,

  • To break through old limitations set by the family history,

  • To embark upon a second marriage,

  • To make changes to the appearance of the face, the hair, and the mouth.

Professor Rahu's classroom environment amplifies one's ability and desire to hoard, collect, store and acquire exotic, dangerous, or unusual wealth that challenges existing cultural boundaries.


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