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Analytical depth psychologist

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leader of professional psychology community

esoteric psychiatrist

theorist of the subconscious

Carl Gustav Jung

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Earth-birth Monday-26-Jul-1875

dematerialization 06-Jun-1961 [age 85]

"Knowing your own darkness

is the best method for dealing with

the darknesses of other people."

Inscription on Jung's tombstone at Flutern Cemetery in Zurich.

" Vocatus atque non vocatus Deus aderit"

" Invoked or not invoked, the god is present"


Mystical humanistic scientist



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Carl Gustav Jung

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** rectification required a time of birth on the night before the recorded date - 25 July rather than recorded date of 26-July **

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Public-Figure Examples

Sadachbia - Varuna

Shatavisaka - Shatatakara - Tabernacles


For Shata-taraka births of a masculine valence, the disposition of mesmerizing, hypnotic, shadowy, exciting, passionate, ambitious, opportunistic, privilege-seeking Professor Rahu may considerably affect the outcome .

For those born into the Rahu-ruled paradigm of Sadabija, exotics, ethnic mixers, opportunists, fascinators, mesmerizers, privilege-seekers, impostors, rogues, intensifiers of passion and desire, self-proclaimers, self-promoters, agents-provocateur , charlatans, masters of smoke and oils, and entrancingly ambitious persons may be especially influential.

Instructional guidance provided by emissaries from the civilizations of Sadachbia* Tabernacles. Their purpose is mixing of systems.

Mixed-Order Systems

[Rahu-ruled] fellows who are born into Sata are often found in fascinating roles that boost mass consciousness. Sata births are somewhat rare. Sadachbia work with large regulated systems such as mathematics, scientific theories, and sacred cosmology ++ with formalized psychic sciences such as hypnosis.

Sadabija gentlemen may display principled methods of inquiry, and they may hold dignified social positions, but their personal lifestyles are often unorthodox. Their work often overturns an outdated social paradigm of scientific theory or religious belief.

Like all Kumbha-born, their wealth expands via globalist, philosophical Brihaspati.

Themes of over-reaching, charlatanry, entrancement, expedient linkage, hypnotic appearance, and connections between contradictory systems may contextualize Sata's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Sadachbia - Varuna

QUOTATION from: Shil-Ponde.(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 88r.

" A quiet and unassuming person,

thoughtful and meditative

  • yet given to sudden outbursts of temper.

Lives in the mental world rather than in the physical.

Prefers solitude to the company of others.

  • Does not care for small talk

  • and finds social contact rather tiresome.

Many astrologers and philosophers found with Shatataraka on the Rising Point."

A light eater and moderate in most things."



1903 engagement photo. Carl Gustav Jung, M.D., with his soon-to-be wife, Swiss psychoanalyst Emma Rauschenbach. Colorized by Vera Zvereva

Biographical Events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha calendar

  • Memories Dreams Reflections 1875-1961 Carl Jung

[Shukra Mahadasha] [age birth until age 3.6]

Mon-26-Jul-1875 Earth-birth in Kesswil, Switzerland * Shukra-Budhabhukti

[Surya Mahadasha ] [age 3.6 until age 9.6]

1884 [CGJ age 9] birth of sister, Johanna Gertrud. // Trudi // would become a close companion and lifetime literary secretary-editor for CGJ * Surya-Shukra chidradasha * Shukra feminine companion, sister [Shukra-yuti-Budha] secretary-editor, occupies 3rd from Chandra sibling

[Chandra Mahadasha] [age 9.6 until age 19.6]

1887 develops fainting-spells which allow him to not attend school. Spends his unstructured time in sleep, contemplative reverie in nature, handling stones, and small building projects. * Chandra-Rahu bhukti

[Mangala Mahadasha] [age 19.6 until age 26.6]

28-Jan-1896 [CGJ age 21] grieved decease of father, Pastor Jung * Mangala-Rahu bhukti

1900 [CGJ age 25] earned BA diploma from University of Basel * Mangala-Shukra bhukti [Shukra-yuti-Budha] * Budha diploma

[Rahu Mahadasha] [age 26.6 until age 44.6]

1902 [CGJ age 27] earned medical diploma from University of Zurich * Rahu-Rahu svabhukti

14-Feb-1903 [CGJ age 28] consecration of marriage 1-of-1 with Swiss psychoanalyst, Emma Rauschenbach * Rahu-Rahu svabhukti ++ R-K gochara via Kanya-Meena * contact natal R-K axis

28-Dec-1904 [CGJ age 29] celebrated the birth of child-1, Agathe Jung * Rahu-Guru bhukti

1905 [CGJ age 30] Decease of the industrialist father of lifepartner-Emma. Suddenly, CGJ, Emma, and others inherit corporate stock in her father's Swiss luxury-warch manufacturing company. Their stock in this thriving business ensured CGJ's financial security into perpetuity. * Rahu-Guru bhukti * Guru occupies 7th-from-Chandra [lifepartner] + Guru dhanayoga rules 2 + 11

Jul-1909 until May-1912 Janma Sade-Sati Mesha

  • [gochara Shani-nīcha]
  • [3 groupwork, writing, collaboration, detailed reporting, publication]
  • [age 34-37]

1912 [CGJ age 37] publication of Psychology of the Unconscious * Rahu-Budha bhukti * Budha publications ++ janma Sade-Sati

1913 [CGJ age 38] acrimonious split with former medical colleague, Sigmund Freud * Rahu-Ketu bhukti ++ dvithya Sade-Sati

1915-1918 [CGJ age 40-43] drafted as army doctor ranked commandant, supervising internment camp for British fighters who had fled into Switzerland. * Rahu-Shukra until Rahu-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules 6 medicine, war

[Guru Mahadasha] [age 44.6 until age 60.6]

1921 [CGJ age 46] publication Psychological Types * Guru-Guru svabhukti * Guru-9 theory

1923 [CGJ age 48] grieved the decease of mother * Guru-Shani bhukti

1933-41 [CGJ age 58-66] eight years professorship in dept of psychology at the Federal Polytechnical University in Zurich * Guru-Rahu 1933 until Shani-Ketu 1941

1935 [CGJ age 60] grieved the decease of his only living sibling, sister Trudi * Guru-Rahu chidradasha

[Shani Mahadasha] [age 60.6 until age 79.6]

Dec-1937 [CGJ age 62] travels to India, contracts extreme sickness producing a fortnight-long delirium. Never again leaves Europe * Shani-Shani svabhukti * Shani rules 12-distant lands ++ dvasasa Sade-Sati

1938-1956 = 18-year period [Rahu cycle] contains publication of majority of CGJ scholarly works

Apr-1939 until Jun-1941 Janma Sade-Sati Mesha

  • [gochara Shani-nīcha]
  • [3 groupwork, writing, collaboration, detailed reporting, publication]
  • [age 64-67]

1939 [CGJ age 64] Nazi invasion of Europe. WW-2 begins. In both International Psychoanalytical Association and the International General Medical Society for Psychotherapy , under Nazi pressure, CGJ must quit his leadership roles. * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 8-danger, upheaval ++ janma Sade-Sati

1944 [CGJ age 69] publication of Psychology and Alchemy * Shani-Shuka bhukti

1952 [CGJ age 77] publication of Answer to Job * Shani-Rahu bhukti

[Budha Mahadasha] [age 79.6 until decease age 85]

7-Nov-1955 [CGJ age 80] grieved decease of wife, Emma Rauchenbach Jung * Budha-Budha svabhukti * Budha rules 2nd-from-yuvatibhava

06-Jun-1961 [CGJ age 85] dematerialization via the circulatory ailments that had plagued most of his life in Küsnacht, via heart attack * Budha-Surya bhukti * maraka Surya rules-7


1963 publication of autobiography, Memories, Dreams, Reflections co-written with A. Jaffe - continuously in print afterward * Budha-Mangala bhukti * Kuja rules 3-publications

Distinctive Features of the nativity

  • Memories Dreams Reflections 1875-1961 Carl Jung


pitri-karaka [father] jyoti-karaka [light]

[contractual-consulting jaya-pati for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[bright center of domestic problematics]

[intelligence for home-culture medicine]

[father may be customary physician-sick-aggrieved]


[contractual-counseling Pushya-3] [navamsha Surya-Tula-nicha] intuitively confident compromising balancing arrangements

  • [Surya-Karkata] Bhanu - ray of light * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the nourishing caretaking rashi of Chandra
  • [Surya in bhava-6] center of sparkling service * brightly conflicted * focus on imbalance * eye on exploitation * charming social worker * poverty entitlements * shines light into broken promises * confident litigation * self-righteous accusations * politics of pollution * intelligence for medicine * smart crimes * dramatizes suffering * gambles with addictions * central roles in conflict zones * bright center of war * father may serve in medicine-military-ministry * or father may be sick-addicted-abusive-poor


[Surya in bhava-6] rules

  • 7-relationships, contracts, advocacy, fairness, legal judgments, lawcourts, appeals, representation, equity, diplomacy, bargaining, partners
  • legal remedies for disagreement, disease, dispute


Trained as a physician, specializing in psychiatry. In the 1890's, psychiatry was the least respected and most poorly-paid of the iatric specialties.

Surya rules 7=balancing.

As a medical professional, CGJ's job was to provide rebalancing. In the maturation of his psychiatric work, CGJ depended upon the transactional [7] model of talk-therapy along with the shared [7] participation of both patient and physician in the healing process.

MARRIAGE and LOYALTY to contractual relationships

Surya-6 as ruler of 7 places the yuvatipati into rogasthana.

Generally, the Learning Pathway requires disloyalty to the sexual-exclusivity expectation of marriage promises. Both the native and the spouse tend to be intelligent, speculative, gambling, idealistic, and individualistic.

Yet both may express romantic dissatisfaction with the creativity-stifling conditions of the alliance. Attitude toward trusts-and-covenants tends to be distrustful, and Surya add extra pride.


[Surya in bhava-6] [Surya-Karkata]

[Pushya-3 is a weakening location for the father] [navamsha pitrikaraka Surya-Tula-nicha]

In addition to the implications of [Surya in bhava-6], [arranging-brokering Pushya-3] is a weakening location for the father, due to navamsha Surya-Tula-nicha

Dad = Johann Paul Achilles Jung (1842–1896) Dad was the thirteenth son of his own distinguished father. Dad had been a student of Bibilical Hebrew at Basel University, where dad was taught by dad's wife's father as his professor.

Surya's ruler = Chandra-3, translations

Dad's avocation was philology, the comparative study of languages. The usual application of this body of principled study is to make literary translation from ancient texts for modern readers.

A poor country parson in the Swiss Reformed Church, dad remained in the humble ranks of the service ministry [6] for a lifetime. Respected caretaking role in the village [4] A pastor usually administered all of the customary rituals [4] for the faithful, maintained the habitual rhythms of worship [4] in the sacred building [4] and served as a custodian to his congregation.

Dad was a conservative nationalist pastor, responsible for conducting the habitual rituals of birth, rites-of-passage, and death. [Surya-Karkata]

Dad's ministry [Surya in bhava-6] was poorly remunerated. The family, although outwardly following bourgeois customs, were actually in frugal circumstances. Mother's health was fragile both mentally and physically, so that both parents were compromised in the protector-role.

4th-from-Chandra parenting

Surya located in 4th-from-Chandra suggests that Dad may have been the primary functioning parent. This angle is consistent with the record of CGJ's mom's health challenges, both mental and physical. However, Chandra rules [Surya-Karkata] so the mom's influence is ever-present, even if backgrounded.


matrikaraka [mother] * garha-karaka [village]

[inimical-medicating rogesha for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[folk reputation 10th-from-Chandra = hierarchical Makara - Draco 12 lawfully enclosed contemplative sanctuaries]


[healing-transformational Bharani-4] [navamsha-Vṛścika Chandra] intuitively sensitive to transformative secrecy

  • [Chandra in Bharani] needs to carry valuable burdens * safeguards the treasuries * protects precious values

  • [Chandra-Mesha] comforted by forward pursuit * settled into warrior rhythms * needs vitality

  • [Chandra in classroom-3] comfortable with cohort-collaboration * familiar with interactive communication * calmed by repetitive announcements * feels the tidal pulse of daily chat * feels sheltered in the parlor * soothed by siblings * intuitive information delivery * settled into the habits of writing * needs continuous commerce * accustomed to routine messaging * emotionally attuned to the rhythms of conversation * undulating signals * ethno-cultural gestures * intuitive handcraft * mother may be a manager, administrator, shopkeeper, craftswoman, publisher


[Chandra in classroom-3] rules

writing-publication, journals-conferences, skills trainings, teamwork, siblings [Trudi]

  • 6-medical treatment, disease-discomfort, conflict, medication, argumentation, disagreement, mistreatment, unfairness, imbalance, complaint
  • [mysterious-discovering Bharani-4]


[10th-from-Chandra = hierarchical Makara - Draco 12 lawfully enclosed contemplative sanctuaries]

Legitimation [Makara] of Dreams as Data

12 research into structured psychotherapeutics, imagination, conceptual thought, theory, first principles, interior guidance, hallucination, libraries of subconscious imagery

CGJ plumbed his own, his collaborators', and his patients', subconscious image inventory [12].

CGJ framed the query as theory-based science. [His Shani-1-Kumbha] The difference from previous varieties of empirical science was that Jung's scientific data was delivered and recorded in symbolic format [12]

  • Originally, Dr. Jung was an understudy of Dr. Freud. The great innovation of Dr. Freud's [born 1856] generation of medical theorists was to use non-tangible, inchoate, but emotionally valid human experiences as scientific data.
  • To accomplish the ordering of this new exploration into psychologics, the centuries-old empirical models needed to be retained, while a new species of experiential data [not behavioral] needed to be legitimated.

Dr. Jung presented his interior [not behavioral] psychological data in a conventional academic style. His research methods [12] outwardly conformed to the already-normalized [Makara] therapeutic models currently used in clinical psychiatry.

Although the exploration process was in the scientific avant-garde, and the data itself was sometimes grotesque, Dr. Jung himself was socially respected due to his institutional affliation as a teaching professor and academic author.

He also had perpetual self-funding [Chandra in Bharani] due to his wife's family assets, which gave him the freedom to innovate [Chandra-Mesha].

A professionally [Makara] licensed graduate of the medical school of the University of Zurich, Jung's Shani-Kumbha-1 [rules-12] shows his profound identification with mainstream scientific standards [Makara].

  • A medical specialist in psych-iatry [doctoring the insane] Jung was able to identify the private memories and musings of patients as a legitimate type of scientific data.
  • By carefully recording [Chandra-3 documentation] the patients' stories along with his own [and his team's] concurrent observations and opinions, he and his team [Chandra-3] created extensive, ordered data-sets.

Sigmund Freud also had a dedicated team of notebook-makers and data-recorders - also composed mainly of women relatives.

However, unlike Freud's attempt to create a comprehensive academic theory of [invisible] psychological causes directing [visible] human behavior, Jung diverted his research into the private realm of the spiritual [12].

  • Jung was only secondarily interested in the cause-effect relationship between theoretical principles of psychology and predictable outcomes in human behavior.
  • CGJ's primary theoretical interest was in categorizing [Makara] the intangible realm of meaning and understanding [12]

As his research proceeded and he personally matured [Shani] CGJ incorporated [Makara] more-and-more private imaginings, ancient folktales, and eternal human symbols into his notebook database.

What resulted was an increasingly well-ordered theory of symbolic meaning and intuitive understanding in that realm exists only within the oceanic subconscious, dreaming, meditative worlds.

Yet, Makara-12 is pragmatic.

  • CGJ was able to apply this theory of interior imagery to the detailed instructional [3] healing practice [Chandra in healing-transformational Bharani-4] of spiritualized psychotherapy.

MARRIAGE partnership emotional equity support expectations

[7th-from-Chandra-3] marriage 1-of-1

Emma Marie Rauschenbach Jung = Swiss psychoanalyst, author, and therapeutic trainer

  • bhava-9 contains permissive, expansive, philosophical Guru-Tula = muse and benefactor
  • Tula contract, balance, negotiation, trust, alliance

According to , at the time of her marriage, Emma Rauschenbach was the daughter of a wealthy industrialist, and the second-richest heiress in Switzerland

  • 9th-from-Shukra = wife's father = CGJ Shani-Kumbha-1
  • 9th-from-7 = lifepartner's father = Rahu-2-Meena, ambitious capitalization

Emma's father was a wealthy businessman, which would normally have been a source of exclusivity and pride for the righteous Swiss. However, Emma's father suffered from syphilis - caught from a prostitute in Budapest.

  • The family was concerned that despite his financial success, CGJ's entrepreneurial father-in-law would eventually go insane from syphilis.

Thus, the marriage of an eligible, beautiful industrial heiress to a smart but penniless young psychiatrist was not as preposterous as it may have seemed. The families had known each other for decades. CGJ was accepted as a valuable mate for Emma, despite the gap in their financial standing.

  • Consistent with Rahu-Rahu svabhukti timing for the consecration of their union, CGJ distinctively "married-up".

Upon her father's death in 1905, only two years after their marriage, Mrs. Emma Jung and her sister, together with their husbands, became owners of IWC Schaffhausen - the International Watch Company, manufacturers of luxury time-pieces. Emma's brother-in-law became the principal proprietor, but CGJ-and-ERJ remained shareholders in this thriving business.

  • CGJ's financial security and funding for his professional work was thus ensured.

Multiple mates complexify an outwardly conventional marriage

Budha-yuti-Shukra = coupling-conversational Mithuna in romantic, idealistic, creative 5

Jung had a number of Affairs-du-Coeur, some lasting decades. These additional partners were women colleagues who were, like CGJ and ERJ, deeply involved in the burgeoning new science of esoteric psychiatry.

However, CGJ was legally married only once, to his tolerant life-mate Emma Jung

  • Guru-Tula-9 provides a benevolent and inclusive mate who fulfills the role of philosophical guide and muse.


Mom = Emilie Preiswerk (1848–1923).

[Chandra in classroom-3] rogesha, rules Surya-6 father

Biographers describe CGJ's mom, Emilie Preiswerk, as eccentric, depressed, emotionally absent, unstable, suffering melancholy, frequently hospitalized, and nocturnally psychically sensitive.

According to Jung's autobiography, mom was fragile and psychic for most of his childhood. She suffered from depression and hallucinations. Chandra rogesha is often a heavy emotional challenge for the Kumbha-born.

in the strictly stratified society of Basel in the year of her marriage [1869] mom was considered to have // married down // from a childhood of privilege into a married life of austerity, due to the meager salary of her country-parson husband.

The pattern continued with Emma.

9th-from-Chandra = bhava-11 associations

  • CGJ mother's father was a leader of the union of Swiss Reformed pastors [11]


bhratru-karaka [brother] virya-karaka [virile]


[Ruchaka Yoga] [dikbala]

[busy-messaging sahaja-pati for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[dutiful-hierarchical karmesha for Kumbha indriya-lagna]


[contemplative-guiding Jyeṣṭha-4] [navamsha Kuja-Meena] intuitively forward-pushing conquesting clairsentient symbolic vision

[Atmakaraka discovery, unveiling, pursuit, competition, drilling, invasion]

constant physical tension due to mutual drishti between Shani-Kumbha-1 and Mangala-Vrischika-10

  • [Mangala-Vṛścika] vigorous pursuit of hidden assets * proactive exploration * energetic initiation * exposure of shocking secrets * plunges the tantric depths * push toward discovery * champion of emergency action
  • [Mangala in bhava-10] drive toward high position * pursuit of social authority * fights for rank * pushes upward gaining status * invasive regulation * hierarchical dynamics * dominating executive roles * energized governing conquests * champion of leadership elites


[Mangala-Vṛścika] rules

  • 3-publications, announcement, explanation, editing-writing, management, teamwork, meetings, documentation
  • 10-career, professionalization, social recognition, public respect, authority, command

CAREER = [Mangala in bhava-10] rules 3

  • 3-publication, explanation, contains comfortable-with-innovation [Chandra-Mesha]
  • 10 leadership = known as a pioneering leader of depth-psychology therapists, a psychic diver, a deep plumber, an explorer of the hidden and forbidden under-conscious layers

Penetrating, invasive Mangala activates

  • Vrischika [10th navamsha] contains navamsha-nicha-Chandra-Vrischika

Aside from writing books, training therapists,and managing professional associations, much of CGJ's work involved delivering instruction [3] at at the Federal Polytechnical University in Zurich.

  • CGJ earned full professorship as a clinical instructor [3] in the medical school.

Reputation for Writings [Mangala in bhava-10] rules 3

CGJ's private journals, The Red Book, featured exceptionally vivid illustrations [3, graphics, drawings, diagrams].

  • Adjudged as scandalously sexual by his conservative Swiss family, the Red Book was not published until 50 years after CGJ's decease.

Documentation, Reporting, Data Management [3]

The power of CGJ's medical-scientific career [10] was contained in his data, recorded in carefully detailed scientific notebooks [3].

CGJ built a professional reputation as an explorer of the unknown-and-dangerous terrain of the imagination [12 = 10th-from-Chandra = reputation]

His career was empowered by dynamic, emerging, plunging, tunneling, diving atmakaraka [Mangala-Vṛścika] .

Forced from Leadership Roles during WW-2

Apr-1939 until Jun-1941 Janma Sade-Sati Mesha [gochara Shani-nīcha] = the height of the Nazi terror in Europe.

For CGJ, relatively safe in Switzerland, this Sade-Sati afflicted 6th-from-10, harming his ability to govern the professional organizations that he had carefully shepherded. Many of his associates were Jewish physicians. When the Nazi bullies attacked their community, CGJ was plunged into severe depression, immobilized and mentally oppressed [3].

After the Nazi evil was destroyed [or at least, forced into hiding] CGJ returned to leadership roles, and worked untiringly for professionalization of psychotherapy until his decease.

Activist [Mangala in bhava-10] drishti to

  • 1-personality, appearance
  • 4-culture, homelife, rhythms, education
  • 5-celebrity, intelligence, creative performance, romance, idealism


QUOTATION Das commentary WRT Mangala

"Mars is considered Strong in Shad Bala or the lord of the 3 is considered Strong in Shad Bala, and Mars is aspected by a benefic or the lord of the 3 is aspected by a benefic or 3 is aspected by a benefic.

  • " In this combination, the third house, the lord of the third or Mars, the Karaka of the third are somewhat strong, which tends to bless life matters connected to that house, like younger siblings, communication abilities, higher education, courage, energy and prowess.


jamayah-karaka [sibling] sandesha-karaka [message] shisya-karaka [student]


Putra-sukha yoga

[creative-displaying vidya-pati for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[mysterious-transformative randhresha for Kumbha indriya-lagna]


[pioneering-competitive Punarvasu-1] [navamsha Budha-Mesha] intuitively conquesting first-arriver competitive communications


  • [Budha-Mithuna]business communications * articulation of specific instructions * informative pronouncements * messages about commerce * hands-on management * signaling explanatory information * detailed diagrams * talks about publication * interpretative interactions * commercial translation * hands-arms-shoulders send descriptive gestures
  • [Budha in bhava-5] narrative of splendid signaling * discusses entitlements * self-referential conversations * describer of divine intelligence * explainer of romance * delivers political instructions * writes poetry * proclaims love * defines creative literature * plays games * discusses fame * lectures about idealism * debates with royalty * chats with children * publishes unique opinions * articulator of artistic performance * declaims with radiant confidence
  • [Budha-yuti-Shukra] explainer of balanced arrangements * diplomatic conversations * parity-seeking discussions * manual adjustments * enjoys words * sweet descriptions * delivers instruction about relationships * articulator of equity in agreements * message of fairly bargained contracts * skilled in songwriting * talkative sister-cousin-cohort * detailed lyricist * attracts chatty partners


[Budha in bhava-5] rules

  • 5-celebrity, creativity, romance, children, games, literary entertainment, poetry, intelligence
  • 8-camouflage, masks, eruption, hidden relationships, secret assets, transformation, healing, sudden change


conferences, seminars, publications, trainings, collaboration

  • explanation, description, illustration of principles-and-theory
  • ++ women-women-women

publications, lectures, trainings, explanations, discussions on the new science of depth psychology

  • 3rd-from-Chandra contains communicative [Budha-yuti-Shukra]
  • combined rulers of 4 + 5 + 8 + 9 = effectively, a powerhouse yogakaraka pair
  • sister, wife, feminine colleagues, feminine patients play an outsized role in literary career


dhava-karaka [husband] bahuta-karaka [variety]


[Dhanayoga Guru-9 rules 2 + 11]

[karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, chieftains, indoctrinators]

[collecting-preserving dhanesha for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[friendly-gainful labha-pati for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[multiple negotiating father-figures]

[many beliefs about equity and justice]


[balancing-advising Chitra-3] [navamsha Guru-Tula] [vargottamssha]

  • [Guru-Tula] many trades * variety of exchanges * optimistic negotiations * believes in justice * doctrine of contractual exchange * multiple alliances * permission to bargain * diversity of arrangements * equable guidance * widens the scope of balanced design
  • [Guru in bhava-9] [svabhava] [karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, chieftains, indoctrinators]tolerance for diverse doctrines * multiple beliefs * expansive ideology * much sermonizing * broad humanistic understanding * sanctimonious father * multiple father-guru-professor figures * extensive worldview * patron of philosophy * in a wifely nativity, husbandly-companion may be an ideologue or spiritual guide


Ruler of 11 occupies 11th-from-11

  • Theorist and expert Networker

[Guru in bhava-9] = theories of reality, dharma, doctrine , sangha, congregation


  • 2-treasuries, libraries, databases, collections of valuables, banking, hoarding, breeding
  • contains [Rahu-Meena
  • 11-associations, networks, gridworks, collectives, friendship

Guru-9 permissive drishti spreads tolerance and principled understanding throughout the nativity

  • 1-Shani
  • 3-Chandra - sending drishti back into 11
  • 5-Shukra-Budha - sending their drishti back into 11

CGJ's public responsibilities included organizing the practitioners of the new medical science of psychology.

He formed and directed professional associations [11] which aimed to legitimize psychotherapy as a theory-based clinical practice.

  • CGJ continued to gain linkage within the new sciences of medical psychiatry and therapeutic depth-psychology even throughout the extremely turbulent years of WW-1 and WW-2.
  • Under severe pressure from the Nazi authorities, CGJ's groups continued to maintain the memberships of Jewish physicians.

Apr-1939 until Jun-1941 Janma Sade-Sati Mesha

= the height of the Nazi terror in Europe. [gochara Shani-nīcha] afflicted 3 + 5 + 9 + 12

  • During a brutal Sade-Sati of [nīcha-Shani via 3, teamwork 7th-drishti into Guru-Tula-9]
  • in 1939-1941 (WW-2) the professional community was attacked.
  • Once the Sade-Sati was completed [1945, end of WW-2] CGJ continued to develop the networks of psychoanalytical practitioners, a role he continued until death

Tolerant Guru widens a Philosophical Marriage

Numerous dalliances including a 24-year-long conjugal relationship with his clinical assistant.

  • At ERJ's request, CGJ maintained the agreeable facade of an enduring formal marriage
  • A non-exclusive tolerance arrangement was negotiated (Guru- in-7th-from-Chandra) .

Jung's Shukra -Punarvasu-Mithunaya is pleasantly cooperative and fertile

  • ERJ and CGJ enjoyed five children.
  • Tula-Guru is inclusive and expansive WRT relationships both personal and professional.

The spouses worked together, wrote together, and attended professional conferences together.

  • CGJ's income from publications and professorship was itself quite modest
  • However, Emma's inheritance [Guru-9 rules 11] supported their comfortable family lifestyle.


svadu-karaka [sweet] kalatra-karaka [wifely companion]

[Yogakaraka philosophical-believing dharmesha for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[Yogakaraka homebound-anchoring bandesha for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[creatively gracious conversational diplomacy]

[enjoys talking with students]

[arranges balanced political discussions]

[pleasantly communicative displays of intelligence]


[remembering-collecting Punarvasu-2] [navamsha Shukra-Urisha]


  • [Shukra-Mithuna] appreciation of detail * beautiful accessories * attracted to writers * likes businesspeople * balanced gestures * conducts diplomatic conversations * prefers a communicative partner * aesthetic of handiwork * pleasures of specific explanations * enjoys correspondence * gracious messaging arrangements
  • [Shukra-5] seeks pleasure via refined gaming * enjoys center-stage beauty * creative feminine-figures * pleasing children * talented students * delights in financial speculation * political grace * aesthetic designs to adorn the heart * graceful solar plexus * dramatic relationships * sweet celebrity romance * delights in fine arts * appreciation of entitlements * in a husbandly nativity, wifely-companion may be a dramatist-politician-artist-genius
  • [Shukra-yuti-Budha] sweetened messages * gracious explanations * talented in singing-songwriting * articulate negotiations * advocates for reasoning process * talkative feminine-figures * pleasant conversations * bargaining for business * sibling-cohort collaborative harmony * enjoys the company of students * detailed contracts * prefers logical arrangements


[Shukra-5] as dharmesha = generally sweet, celebrated, and diplomatically intelligent

  • Shukra = women, relationships, art, beauty, historical-cultural values , wifely-figures
  • 4-household, stability, routines, foundational schooling
  • 9-beliefs, life-principles, theoretical understanding, doctrine

Swiss psychoanalyst, Emma Rauschenbach = Mrs. Emma Jung

Emma Rauschenbach shared-and-financially supported CGJ's

  • writing for publication (3rd from Chandra)
  • therapeutic data recording (3)
  • collegial discussions (3) with fellow professional psychotherapists.


  • combined rulers of 4 + 5 + 8 + 9 = effectively, a powerhouse yogakaraka pair
  • equal therapeutic practice-partnerships with women


QUOTATION Das commentary: "Venus is aspected by Jupiter, and Venus is in Gemini."

  • " Expert at making artificial creations. You are cheerful and optimistic. You gain through educational activities, publication, or correspondence."


duro-karaka [endurance] * jara-karaka [Jahre, years]


[Śaśaka Yoga]

[mūlatrikoṇa if within 0-20 deg]

[energizing-identifying lagnesha for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[retreating-contemplative vyaya-pati for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

iconic individual roles in scientific systems

personal duty to maintain orderly social networks


[broker-negotiator Dhaniṣṭha-3] [mulatrikona] [navamsha Shani-Tula-uchcha]

  • [Shani-Kumbha] heavy old marketplace systems * obliged to conform to economic rules * responsible scientific work * structural compression upon skin-nerves-ankles * mandatory electro-magnetic networking * regulated revenues * lawfully distributed earnings * must materialize past-to-future gridwork * must sustain lowest-common-denominator connections * proletarian communities * conventional friendships * elderly mentors * Slowly achieves social-material goals * scarce conductive resources * maintainer of old economies
  • [Shani in Bhava-1] time-structured personality * mature conduct * must produce under pressure * strictly orderly movement * regimented appearance * grim determination to survive * tense competition * muscular fatigue * required activity drills * chronically impeded self-expression * bodily seizures * identified with heavy responsibility * resists unnecessary change * often looks older * lives to work * elders preserve class-conscious identity


constant physical tension due to mutual drishti between Shani-Kumbha-1 and Mangala-Vrischika-10

[Shani in Bhava-1] rules

  • 1-personality, appearance, embodiment, identity
  • 12-invisibility, sanctuary, hermitage, dreamworld

  • 12- private environments, imagination, psychic perception, dreams


QUOTATION Das commentary

"Saturn is under star 23-Dhaniṣṭha, and Saturn is aspected by Mars."

  • " You will suffer from paralysis, or perform activities not congenial to others. Normally you reside in a foreign land."
QUOTATION Das commentary

"Saturn is under star 23-Dhaniṣṭha, and Saturn is aspected by Jupiter."

  • " You will be an advisor or have an equivalent status of leader or work in defense, strong physique and soft mind."


rajyalobha-karaka [ambition] picchala-karaka [slippery]

[for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[Rahu-2 casts passionately enriching capitalizing drishti into 6-8-10]

check Guru for defining source of Rahu's broad philosophical inclusiveness


[theoretical-inspiring Revatī-1] [navamsha Rahu-Dhanus]

  • [Rahu-Meena] shimmering illusion of immersion * craving for symbolic guidance * extravagant imagination * mirage of dreamlike wisdom * mesmerizing aura of concealing fog * mask of Other-Worldly wisdom * fascinating prayers * extraordinary ancestor guides * fabulous clairsentience * intriguing sleep-states * seeks special importance via apparent [but perhaps not authentic] attributes of deep trance * exceptional private intuition * unorthodox interior guidance * seeks privilege via contemplative-roles
  • [Rahu in bhava-2] passion for precious treasuries * in svabhava of Suave Shukra, the Shadowy Specter seeks glamorous goods * mesmerizing memories * risk-rewarding finance * fascinating voice * entrancing face * craving for important sound values * intriguing genetics * outsider who cleverly insinuates into prestige heritage * extraordinary recollection * mesmerizing speech-and-song * intermingled historical traditions * unconventional speech * shadowy interlopers infiltrate the family line * potential for opportunistic second marriage * mother's elder sibling exotic qualities * thrilling surge of storytelling * remarkable libraries * unusual alimony * ambitious hoard * mixed-language vocabulary * over-reaching evaluator roles * exotic foods * non-native breeds *captivating collections * social mobility sought via privileged knowledge


Rahu smoke.

Like most bourgeois men of his generation [e.g., Freud] CGJ was a chronic tobacco smoker.

In earlier adult life, he smoked daily cigars. In later life, Dr. Jung switched to a pipe.

Karakamsha Meena-2 = what goes in the mouth.

  • Smoky [Rahu in bhava-2] suggests that, inter alia, smoke goes in the mouth.

Rahu-2 casts passionately enriching capitalizing drishti into

  • 6-Surya
  • 8
  • 10-Mangala


kavandha-karaka [headless] chidra-karaka [gaping] vasana-karaka [vacuum]

[favorable placement]

[for Kumbha indriya-lagna]

[passively fixated on ambitiously imaginative-symbolic Rahu-Meena-2 treasuries, store-holds, family-members, bankers, memory-collectors, warehousers, knowledge-preservers, or second-spouse]

scatters coverings which enclose the occult


[publishing-explaining Hasta-3] [navamsha Ketu-Mithuna]

  • [Ketu-Kanya] humbly dissociates from accusatory complaints * incomplete service * empty disagreements * ministry of martyrdom * odd arguments * not limited by stigmatized conditions * incoherent lawcourt argumentation * ignores restriction on helpfulness * eccentric service to the disadvantaged * releases a living green cloud of servitude into the misty abyss
  • [Ketu in classroom-8] forsaken by intimidators [beneficial] * passively dissolves barriers hiding secret knowledge * ambivalent toward initiations * disregards occult boundaries * Witness to cycles of death-and-rebirth * fearless toward catastrophic upheaval * absent from spouse's family * vacuous obscurities * irrelevance of non-disclosure rules * dissolves psychic filters * free from terror * ignores threats * dissolves obfuscations * unless other graha in 8, may prefer to live free from in-laws



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