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QUOTATIONS from William Butler Yeats

Freedom in general may be defined as the absence of obstacles to the realization of desires.

It is possible that mankind is on the threshold of a golden age but, if so, it will be necessary first to slay the dragon that guards the door, and this dragon is religion.

It is preoccupation with possessions, more than anything else, that prevents us from living freely and nobly.

Liberty is the right to do what I like license, the right to do what you like. *

Yeats wrote,

"I like mathematics because it is not human and has nothing particular to do with this planet or with the whole accidental universe - because, like Spinoza's God, it won't love us in return."







dedicated to the revival of Celtic identity in Ireland

Irish National senator [1922-1929]

fervent patriot

political-literary revolutionary using folktales and mythology as restoratives

1923 Nobel Prize for Literature

William Butler Yeats

Earth-birth Tuesday-13-Jun-1865

dematerialization 28-Jan-1939 [age 73]







William Butler Yeats

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Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities


Agadash - Ajjha - Karman - Vutatma - Anvastaka - Kosthagara


For Magha births of a masculine valence, the condition of limitless, observing, uncoupling, surrendering, abandoning, disinterested, ethereal, wandering, spacious, dispersing Ketu may considerably affect the outcome.

For those born into the Ketu-ruled paradigm of Ajjha, spirit guides, astral beings, pilgrims, ghosts, wanderers, observers, witnesses, awareness of impermanence, freedom from conventions, disregard for consequences, and inner listening may be especially influential.

Guided by the patrons of Regulus. Their purpose is royal patronage of the spiritual fire traditions.

Fire Magicians

Akasha-ruled Magha gentlemen are distinguished by their rarity and their dissociation from the typical marriage-and-family lifestyle. Like all Ketu births, the Makha masculine figure has less gender polarization and more affinity with cosmic patterns of forgiveness and release.

Generally preferring an unmarried status, Pitri natives are usually aware of their psychic vocation . One understands that the current embodiment, while it be endowed with kingly or celebrity attributes, is intended to serve as a vessel for the Light of Truth.

Although loving beings in the pure sense of permeability and transparency, masculine Makha = most often found in uniquely singular roles that require a certain distancing from conventional relationships . Given sufficient ability to operate within the earthly dimensions, a subtly dispersed light (halo) may be seen to surround the tangible body.

Themes of separation, disconnection, abandonment, alienation, escape, wandering, annihilation, surrender , and liberation may contextualize Agha's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Chandra in Magha - Regulus

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde.(1939).

Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 82

" A proud but not an arrogant nature

  • poised, self-contained and dignified.

This man will command respect

  • because of his quiet dignity of manner and bearing.

His position in his community will be secure

  • and his financial standing sound.

His weakness, however, is his susceptibility to the blandishments of the opposite sex.

He must avoid entanglements

  • which might lead to a loss of dignity,

  • since, to this man, such a loss would be a tragedy."


Biographical events matched to the Vimshottari Dasha calendar

[Chandra Mahadasha] [age birth until age 2.5]

13-Jun-1865 Earth-birth in Dumhach Thrá, Dublin [Baile Átha Cliath] Ireland * Chandra-Ketu bhukti

[Mangala Mahadasha] [age 2.5 until age 9.5]

1867 [WBY age 2] WBY father leaves wife and 2 children in Sligo, moving to London to begin a five-year study at Art School. Soon, the family emigrate from Susan's beloved Sligo and move to London, an chaotic urban environment in which she felt exiled. * Mangala-Mangala svabhukti * Mangala rules 12th-from-4, dissolution of secure home

1872-1874 [WBY age 9] Mom and children return to the familiar comforts of Sligo, living with maternal grandparents. * Mangala-Budha bhukti * Budha rules 2-family core ++ Rahu-opposition

[Rahu Mahadasha] [age 9.5 until age 27.5]

1887 [WBY age 23] family moves back to London. WBY identifies as a writer-poet. Joins Theosophical Society. Reads occult literature. * Rahu-Shukra bhukti [Shukra-yuti-Ketu] Ketu occult, Shukra rules 3-writing

1889 [WBY age 25] [MG age 23] Nationalist activist and fine-arts painter, Maud Gonne, visits the Yeats Family home for the first time * Rahu-Shukra bhukti [Shukra-yuti-Ketu]

1891 [WBY age 27] WBY goes to Ireland to propose marriage to Maud Gonne, but she rejects him. Numerous additional proposals would also be rejected. By Yeats' own account, the central catalysis of his life begins * Guru-Chandra bhukti * Chandra rules 6th-from-7 = adversarial to partnership

[Guru Mahadasha] [age 27.5 until age 43.5]

03-Jan-1900 [WBY age 34] grieved the decease of mother, Susan Pollexfen * Guru-Ketu bhukti ++ dvadasa Sade-Sati

Feb-1902 until Apr-1905 Janma Sade-Sati Makara

  • [6, ailment, complaint, injustice, assistance]
  • age 35-38

[Shani Mahadasha] [age 43.5 until age 62.5]

1916 [WBY age 49] makes the final proposal of marriage to the widowed Maud Gonne. As usual, MG rejects him.* Shani-Shukra bhukti [Shukra-yuti-Ketu]

1917 [WBY age 50] makes a proposal of marriage to the teeange daughter of Maud Gonne. Like mother, the daughter rejects WBY's suit. * Shani-Shukra bhukti [Shukra-yuti-Ketu]

20-Oct-1917 [WBY age 51] [GHL age 25] consecration of marriage 1-of-1 with Georgie Hyde Lees - Shani-Shukra bhukti [Shukra-yuti-Ketu] ++ samchara Rahu-Ketu via Dhanus-Mithuna contact navamsha Chandra-Mithuna

09-May-1919 [WBY age 53] celebrated the birth of child-1, Anne * Shani-Surya bhukti * Surya lagnesha

03-Feb-1922 [WBY age 56] grieved the decease of father, artist John Butler Yeats, via tuberculosis * Shani-Chandra bhukti * pitrimaraka Chandra activates 2nd-from-Surya

12-Dec-1922 [WBY age 56] begins appointed position as Senator of the Irish Free State * Shani-Mangala bhukti * yogakaraka nicha-Kuja rules 4-nationalism + 9-ideology

10-Dec-1923 [WBY age 57] awarded the 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature * Shani-Rahu bhukti * Shani-Rahu bhukti * [uttama Shani-yuti-Rahu occupies 10th-from-Chandra] ++ Rahu-3 writing

1924 [WBY age 58] Due to the prize money and vigorous book-sale promotion by his publishers [Rahu-3] WBY has a modicum of capital wealth, for the first time in his life. * Shani-Rahu bhukti * [uttama Shani-yuti-Rahu] in 2nd-from-2nd, treasury from language-culture-history

1925 [WBY age 59] published the complex, symbolic occult text, A Vision - Shani-Rahu bhukti * [uttama Shani-yuti-Rahu] ++ Rahu-3 writing-publication

1925 [WBY age 59] re-appointed to a second term in Irish Free Senate * Shani- Rahu bhukti [Shani-yuti-Rahu]

[Budha Mahadasha] [age 62.5 until decease age 77

1928 [WBY age 63] retires from Irish Free Senate for health reasons * Budha-Budha svabhukti * Budha activates 4-retirement

Dec-1931 until Mar-1934 Janma Sade-Sati Makara

  • [6, ailment, complaint, injustice, assistance]
  • age 66-69

6-Apr-1934 [WBY age 69] WBY undergoes a then-popular Steinach Operation, a partial vasectomy. His sexual romances and poetic creativity are rejuvenated. * Budha-Surya bhukti * Surya lagnesha

1935-1936 [WBY age 70-71] in collaboration on Majorca with Shri Purohit Swami, WBY develops a common-English translation of ten Upanishadic texts * Budha-Chandra until Budha-Mangala bhukti * Chandra rules 12-distant cultures ++ Mangala rules 9-scholarly works

1938 [WBY age 72] publication of The Ten Principal Upanishads * Budha-Rahu bhukti * Rahu-3 publication

28-Jan-1939 [WBY age 73] dis-embodiment, in France * Budha-Rahu bhukti * Rahu-3 occupies 12th-from-4, distanced from the homeland

Distinctive Features of the Nativity


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

[energizing-identifying lagnesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[bright center of networked commerce]

[focus of community conversation]


[negotiating-brokering Mriga-3] [navamsha Surya-Tula-nicha] intuitively confident rebalancing compromise

  • [Surya-Mithuna] Mithra - neighbor, companion * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the conversational gesturing rashi of Budha
  • [Surya in bhava-11] center of community * genius for associative systems * radiates through the gridwork * entitled to work-and-earn * network intelligence * focus on interlinked ecologies * uniquely creative marketplace revenues * exemplifies knotting-netting-knitting connectivity * distributed light * eye on friendships * celebrated by crowds * sparkling center of social-economic drama * father may be an earner-socialite-organizer



  • WBY was a leading figure in organizing and supporting the literary and theatrical community in his homeland.


John Yeats

Dad was considered well-trained in fine arts, but ultimately a dilletante socialite rather than a recognized artist. He specialized in portrait-paining [Surya rules 1-identity] but his lifestyle and technique were not integrated with his artistic aspirations.

[Shukra-yuti-Ketu] [9]

Rahu-3 ++ randhresha Guru-Mūla-5 cast optimistic,expedient drishti into Surya-11

Dad's propensity for borrowing money [Shukra] which kept the family in varying levels of both chronic and acute financial distress. In fact, Dad's lack of financial discipline [Ketu] impoverished both his wife and his children.

Only as a middle aged adult, after winning the 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature, was WBY able to stabilize his finances. With the prize money and related uptick in book sales, WBY also paid all of his father's substantial debts..

[Shukra-9] and community figure [Surya-11] . Lagnesha Surya shows the son's identification with the Father's intelligence and the son's participation in the father's social network.

Lagnesha [Surya in bhava-11]

Yeats became an iconic figure in central roles supporting and developing his community of artists and creative writers [Mithuna] .

  • Surya in publications-Mithunaya in gainful vriddhi-sthāna-11
  • Surya = vargottamsha in Mithunaya D-10's labhastana-11 [career in writing, publishing]


6/8 shad-ashtakya angle between mom [Chandra-6] and dad [Surya-11] would suggest that the parents were ill-suited, and that the father's outgoing, networking personality was greatly dominant over the mother's ailing, ministering Chandra-6.

Yeats' parents were well-known in Sligo district. History records that after a very brief courtship, they married in 1863.

RAHU-3 + GURU-5 [Mula] drishti into SURYA-11

Dad was a handsome, well-spoken law student who seemed to have a bright financial future[Rahu drishti into Surya-11 earnings]

  • An attorney husband was a wise fit to mom's industrial family affluence.
  • Not realizing that dad was expediently hiding behind the facade of a law student in order to marry money, her parents agreed to the unusually fast marriage. [Narcissistic, Rahu]

Four children followed swiftly, and the Yeats Family financial troubles became extreme [Chandra-6] . Self-referential Dad moved the family back and forth between London and Ireland, seeking to develop his self-declared artistic genius [Surya-11] The parents borrowed large sums from mom's father, and lived in the anxiety of perpetual debt [6/8] .

Chandra rules 12. Mom wanted a quiet sanctuary life. Dad was a brilliant socialite, attending parties, politically active, and brash.


Surya in 6th-from-Chandra = Father, Flamboyance, Politics

Politics was a major stress factor.

  • Mom held deeply conservative, loyalist political views [Chandra-Makara in loyal double-chandra Śrāvaṇa]
  • Dad was a liberal-minded, aggressively speaking Irish Nationalist [nicha Mangala in 2nd-from-Surya = speech of the father].

When in Ireland, the children [including young William] spent most of their time at the home of their maternal grandparents.

  • The marriage was abrasive, abusive, and unsustainable.
  • Mom deteriorated psycho-mentally. Sadly, she was institutionalized toward the end.


matrikaraka [mother] * garha-karaka [village]

[vimala yoga]

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

[needs rhythmically undulating orderly labor]

[sensitive to plight of socially marginalized victims]

[comfortable with hired servants]

[feels aggrieved by lawful mistreatment]

[supports corporate or governance aid to needy, often in form of rest camps or soothing retreats]

[Mother may offer a professional ministry of aid in formal human-services fields. Or, ill mother may be distressed by hierarchical status conflicts.]

[in scapegoat 6, chastized, blamed, or accused for holding a class, rank, position, or official duty roster ]

[despite habitual legal arguments, vimala yoga protects against long imprisonment]


[collaborative-publishing Śrāvaṇa-3] [navamsha Chandra in Mithuna] intuitively sensitive detailed documenting administrative management

  • [Chandra-Makara-Draco] comforted by hierarchy * sensitive to class-status * needs ritual ordering
  • [Chandra in Śrāvaṇa - Hari] soothed by careful listening * protectors of undulating shamanic sound * needs customary lawfulness
  • [Chandra in classroom-6] comfortable with caretaking * accustomed to nursing * calmed by humility * ill-or-exploited-or-adversarial mother * familiar with animosity * acculturated to accusation * familiar with betrayal * habituated to indictment * needs to be helpful * feels the pulse of service ministry * protects the sick-and-vulnerable * routine domestic conflict * emotionally attuned to victims * settled into the rhythm of problematics * seeks ritual remedies * soothed by medication * suffers rhythmically repeating ailments * undulating imbalances * mother may be a servant, health-aide, apothecary, physician or mother suffers injury-illness-crime


aggrieved, logical, litigious, exploited, argumentative [Chandra in classroom-6] rules

  • 12-Karkara imagination, isolation, hospitals, fantasy, interiority, private spiritual guidance


[folk reputation 10th-from-Chandra = harmonious messaging, announcements, scripts Tulā-3]

[uchcha-Shani-yuti-Rahu] [3, writing-publishing] occupies 10th-from-Chandra

EMOTIONAL BASIS OF RELATIONSHIPS is stressful, but compensated

[vimala yoga]

[Chandra in classroom-6] activates [nīcha-Kuja in bhava-12]

  • rules 12-interior imagination
  • indicating an emotionally adversarial patterns of intimate relationships, characterized by clinging, strangling, emotional blackmail [nicha-Kuja]


Mom = Susan Pollexfen.

Susan hailed from a Protestant mercantile family of Sligo, in the West of Ireland . On 10-Sep-1863, following a focused charm-campaign by her husband-to-be, Susan Pollexfen married the brilliantly witty fraudster, John Yeats.

Pollexfen and her family believed that mom was marrying an attorney with potential for high earnings. Sadly, Yeats' Narcissistic father was a con-man.

Deceiving his now-wife, WBY's dad abandoned law school in order to pursue art -- and a libertine lifestyle. Dad gleefully used mom's family's assets while she hopelessly tried to maintain a normal, bourgeois, public reputation [Śrāvaṇa].

The strain was immense, and she collapsed. Yeats' mother slowly went insane from the toxic conditions of her marriage.

[Shukra-yuti-Ketu] [9] Dad was unconcerned. After mom's death his lifestyle remained the same.


Drishti of strangling anxious nicha-Mangala into super-sensitive Śrāvaṇa-Chandra-6 = a guilt machine.

Chandra-6 normally signals a lifetime of dealing with debt. Anxiety, not squalor.

  • Despite mom's anxiety [dad did not care] and occasional conditions of material scarcity, their debt was primarily to WBY's maternal grandparents -- not to a bank or an outside creditor.
  • Therefore, the guilt stayed within the family

Yeats' childhood was unstable, but not deprived.

  • He had schooling, clothing, art lessons, and heated homes.
  • As an adult he received a university education.

MARRIAGE partnership emotional equity support expectations

[7th-from-Chandra-6] [formal] Avowed Lifepartnership 1-of-1

  • bhava-12 sanctuary, imagination, interior guidance, private bedroom, clandestine, espionage
  • Karkata rhythms, undulation, ritual, routine, familiarity, habit, protection, oceans

Shani's drishti upon [nīcha] Mangala which contributes an inability to loosen Aslesha's grip

  • Relationships are heavily emburdened with a complex combination of push-me-pull-you resistance
  • Yeats had remarkably energized relationships [Mangala] including sexual, romantic, business, creative, philosophical, and political
  • He held onto all of them.


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


[Kuja Dosha for alliance-1]

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

[Yogakaraka doctrinal-guiding dharmesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[energetic manipulative pursuit in sanctuary spaces]

[dynamic political instigation in distant lands]

[squeezing parents push for privacy]

[ancestry motivated research initiative]

[ruler of 4+9 Mangala enables both parents]

[father promotes behind-the-scenes action]


[inspirational-dogmatic Aśleṣa-1] [navamsha Mangala-Dhanus]

  • [Mangala-Karkata] active pursuit of security * proactive nourishment * drive toward rooting + settling * vigorous defensive movement * police protector * fence-builder * push toward land ownership * promotes construction of settlements * innovative farming + fishing * energetically ethnic * champion of local cultures
  • [Mangala in bhava-12] drive toward privacy * pursuit of inner guidance * invaders from distant lands * hyperactive ancestors * restless sanctuary * fights isolation * clairsentient dynamics * bedroom vitality * invisible conquests * aggressive phantoms * innovative research * progressive action in distant lands * imaginative discovery


[Yogakaraka] [nicha-Mangala in bhava-12] rules

  • 4- mother, lands, customs, waters, rituals, roots, foundational culture, ancient ways
  • 9-father, beliefs, worldview, life philosophy, higher understanding, preaching
  • 9 = creative roles, political elections, fortunes, belief paradigm, doctrine, ideology

Daunting [Kuja Dosha]

never reversed, but latterly compensated by uchcha-Shani

The [Kuja-Dosha] generated by [nīcha-Kuja-12] in [7th-from-Chandra-6] poses a catalytic challenge in the realm of sexual, marital, and contractual relationships.

  • Yeats' widely-reckoned promiscuity and his disturbed family conditions would normally have made it unsustainable to have a marriage-and-children.

However, uchcha-Shani dignified 10th-drishti into uchcha-Mangala-12 is a corrective which becomes empowered by age [Shani].

  • Although his sexual-romantic escapades were unrestrained before, during, and after marriage, WBY attracted at age 51 a capable wife.
  • She accepted his indiscretions in exchange for a life of public honor and, eventually, material wealth. [His dhanayoga via Budha, less strong due to ruler Shukra-in-12th-from-10, but still present ]

Kuja owns-and-operates Arudha lagna Mesha-bhava-9 .

  • motivates and agitates the feckless father [Ketu-9]
  • private clairsentient perceptions

    promoter of mystical magical worldview

    As an occultist, Yeats produced automatic writing channeled from spirit guides. His Nobel-Prize winning [1923] collection of interiority-oriented poetry and theatre had a distinctively other-worldly quality.

[nīcha] Mangala-12 mutual drishti with uchcha-Shani-3 = drives the writing production.

  • Yeats wrote in detail about his sexual [Mangala] experience both in and out of the marital bedroom.


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

[historical-evaluating dhanesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[profitable-friendly labha-pati for Simha indriya-lagna]


[champion-pioneer Kṛttikā-1] [navamsha Budha-Mesha]

  • [Budha-Urisha] financial communications * articulation of tonal value * talks about stored goods * discusses collected assets * delivers descriptive evaluations * sends historic messages * skillfully signals the music * preservation methods * describes sound frequencies * hands-arms-shoulders send sensual gestures
  • [Budha in bhava-10] narrative of leadership process * makes official pronouncements * describes social responsibilities * conversations about policy decisions * talks about maintaining order * explainer of governance * detailed executive announcements * delivers lawful information * chats about social authority * scripted hierarchical management methods * dignified sibling-cohort * reputation for writing * institutional publicity communications


[Budha in bhava-10] primary public identity

  • as a writer + publisher, crafter of explanations and arguments
  • for the 1923 Nobel Prize in Literature, a windfall income reward for work accomplished [11]

DHANAYOGA from Public Roles [10]

  • Dhanayoga via Budha ruler of 2 + 11
  • reduced due to ruler Shukra-yuti-Ketu in-12th-from-10
  • yet still functioning, mainly during Budha Mahadasha

[Budha-Urisha in political Krittika] rules

  • 2-family assets, genetics, traditions, language
  • 11-marketplace profits, friendship network, revenues, aims, goal achievement
  • awards for work accomplished [11]


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


[witty-creative vidya-pati for Simha indriya-lagna]

[mysterious-revealing randhresha for Simha indriya-lagna]


[champion-innovative Mūla -1] [mūlatrikoṇa] [navamsha Guru-Mesha] intuitively expansive pioneering competitive first-arrival dominating optimistic conquestor

  • [Guru-Dhanus] much philosophy * wide worldview * doctrine of inclusive diversity * broad scope of guidance * humanistic ideology * jovial principled outreach * permission to preach * expands the range of beliefs * understanding of multiple theories * generous priests * global beneficence * many sacred teachings
  • [Guru in bhava-5] much creativity * many intelligences * many entitlements * numerous games * diverse entertainments * many romances * extensive self-glorification * children identified with paradigmatic beliefs * expansion of political display * development of drama * optimistic in speculations * patron of creative performance * in a wifely nativity, husbandly-companion may be a game-player


[mūlatrikoṇa] [Mūla ] [Guru in bhava-5]

  • 5-charisma, intelligence, romantic idealism, children, genius, speculative games, poetry, creative arts, literary celebrity, center-stage roles
  • 8-sudden unexpected changes, regenerative, suddenly changed identity , occult, transformative initiation, catastrophe, hidden assets, rejuvenation, rebirth, revelation of mystery, discovery, eruptions

Guru rules Meena-8 = 3rd-from-Chandra + 12th-from-Chandra

  • = writing on occult topics

8-occult transformation of identity

Yeats was a lifelong occultist whose investigations were engaged in dissolving the veils between layers of metaphysical-vs-physical realities.

He founded several important mystical societies and took a Guru-style patronage, professorial, priestly role in them.


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

[busy-collaborative sahaja-pati for Simha indriya-lagna]

[dutiful-executive karmesha for Simha indriya-lagna]


[brokering-aligning Bharani-3] [navamsha Shukra-Tula] intuitively pleasant harmonizing trading balancing negotiating attactively written [3] socially responsible [10] diplomatic arrangements


  • [Shukra-Mesha] appreciation of direct movement * primal relationships * likes innovation * aesthetic of physicality * attracted to champions * pleasures of conquest * kinetic sensuality * prefers a lithely sporting partner * sweetly competitive * aristocratic agreements
  • [Shukra-9] seeks pleasure via philosophical doctrine * enjoys wide worldview * believes in beauty * feminine-figures preach-teach on higher principles * broad scope of negotiations * expansive musical taste * pleasing designs to adorn the pelvic floor * graceful hips * balanced femoral sockets * sweet sacral plexus * appreciation of theory * father may be financier-broker-arbitrator-artist * in a husbandly nativity, wifely-companion may hold a guidance position
  • [Shukra-yuti-Ketu] sweetened surrender * gracious abandonment * attracts vacuous feminine-figures * appreciation for fair terms of dissolution * disoriented negotiations * unconcerned with conventional beauty * empty contracts * apathetic arrangements * impermanent agreements * prefers relationships with spiritual partners


[Shukra-yuti-Ketu] may be subject to infatuation followed by dissatisfaction.

In dharmasthāna, tends to be infatuated with ideologues, theorists, professors, philosophers, pandits, guides, preachers, and father-figures.

  • Maud Gonne, the inspiring [9] international ideologue partisan of the Free Irish State, was the paragon of WBY's female-type
  • MG repeatedly rejected WBY's hopeless attempts to form a philosophically principled life-union [Ketu-9]

Kalatra-karaka * Feminine Partners * Women

Shukra-yuti-Ketu would suggest a permanent ennuiin most of Yeats' relationships.

Indication for one marriage along with many disappointments, abandonments, and failed attempts [Ketu].

  • Yeats married age 51.

  • His 25-year-old wife [nicha-Kuja-12] understood the volatility of his character, and seemingly accepted the infidelities [Ketu] along with the dignity of marriage to an established public figure [Shukra karmesha].

  • She bore two children and cared for family affairs - not least the treasury, which would form her children's inheritance.

Mangala rules 4, household, transportation.

  • Aware of Yeats' numerous affairs-du-coeur, she did not challenge for divorce but rather maintained control of her domain.

Magha men usually decline to marry. However, Yeats seems to have had a preincarnational agenda to use human-to-human peer relationships as his own personal spiritual path.

  • The wife and all of the unfulfilled-potential wives [Ketu] remain within the philosophical purview of higher understanding due to [Shukra-yuti-Ketu located in wisdom-9].


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


[inimical-medicating rogesha for Simha indriya-lagna]

[balancing-bargaining yuvati-pati for Simha indriya-lagna]

[obligation to report on trades]

[regulates announcements about alliances]

[disagreements cautiously managed]


[bargaining-alliance Chitra-3] [navamsha Shani-Tula-uchcha] [vargottamsha] intuitively ordering class-conscious slow hierarchical social justice


  • [Shani-Tula] overburdened agreements * restricted leverage * mandatory bargaining * strict rules for making agreements * structural compression upon kidney-pancreas * rigidly regulated match-making * must form socially approved partnerships * must honor the lowest-common-denominator in deal-making * mandatory fairness * must normalize social justice * unyielding obligatory diplomacy * must advocate for equity * exchanges must be lawful * must continue conventional negotiations * scarce trading resources * maintainer of old bargains
  • [Shani in Bhava-3] steady time-structured dialogue * heavy responsibility for business * obstructionist younger siblings * disciplined handwork * required writing * must message * obliged to explain * cautious instructions * orderly teamwork * tense interactions * communicative fatigue * chronic sadness * stops spontaneous announcements * mental depression due to old repeating thoughts * may limit the hearing * tight time management * regulated schedules * elders preserve materialistic mentality
  • [Shani-yuti-Rahu] stiff resistance to unbridled ambition * formally regulated cultural mixing * disciplined thrills * class-based limitations upon privilege * repressed quest for intriguing importance * socially constrained opportunism * shimmering illusion of systematic conformity * irregular achievements * over-reaching elders * restricted risks


Substantial public dignity and enduring reputation both

  • for mystical literature and
  • for contribution to the creation of Independent Ireland

[uchcha-Shani in Bhava-3] in 10th-from-Chandra

  • A distinguished poet and literary figure
  • Excellence in written works as represented by his 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature.

In pursuit of the orderly creation of Independent Ireland, Yeats persistently contributed leadership effort to ranks and rules of lawful public order.

  • Yeats also served in governance roles as a six-year Senator for the new Irish Free State.
  • Writing social policy and common regulatory legislation


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

[for Simha indriya-lagna]

[Rahu-3 casts passionately publishing mercantile drishti into 7-9-11]

check Shukra for defining source of Rahu's contractual enriching sensuality

[ambition to deliver diplomatic instruction]

[seeks privilege via passionate narratives of fair agreement]

[exhilarating communication about alliance]

[announcement of thrilling treaty information]

[exceptionally balanced business process]

[exaggerated haggling within cohort ensemble]

[opportunistically enterprising representational sibling-cousin]

[over-reaching scope of commercial brokerage]

[compulsive negotiating skills]

[boundary-challenging news about relationships in media publication]

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[secretive-discovering Chitra-4] [navamsha Rahu-Vrischika] intuitively over-reaching revelation of mysteriously camouflaged hidden empowerments


  • [Rahu-Tula] shimmering illusion of balance * craving for trade * mask of fairly bargained contracts * over-reaching advocacy * outsider who cleverly insinuates into trusted counseling roles * sweetly unconventional adjudication * exceptional accommodation * mixed-measure balance * extravagant brokerage * mirage of suave deal-making * extraordinary terms of mutual agreement * gracious non-customary alliances * ambitious diplomacy * seeks special importance via apparent [but perhaps not authentic] equity-assured negotiation * seeks privilege via adviser-roles
  • [Rahu in bhava-3] passion for prestige communication *in svabhava of Busy Budha, the Shadowy Specter = glamorous writing - outsider who cleverly insinuates into culturally important communicator roles * exotic photography * unusual journalistic reporting * thrilling announcements * unorthodox commentary * mesmerizing messaging * craves publication * ambitious sibling-cousins * mixed-culture collaborative teams * desire for conversations * over-reaching commerce * exciting gestures * opportunistic approach to manufacturing * entranced by information technology * boundary-breaching sibling-cohort * unconventional explanations * remarkable retinue * entrancing evangelism * seeks privilege via project management

  • [Rahu-yuti-Shani] amplified public formality * pragmatic exaggeration * exotic social conventions * slippery hierarchies * tricky rules * opportunistic elders * fascinating [but perhaps illusory] strict conformism * regulated risk-taking * hypnotic outsider insinuates normalcy * orderly cross-cultural mixing * thrilling legitimations


[uttama Shani-yuti-Rahu] Leadership agenda

* Shani-Rahu bhukti * Shani-Rahu bhukti ++ Rahu-3 writing

  • 10-Dec-1923 [WBY age 57] awarded the 1923 Nobel Prize for Literature
  • Typical of mix-master Rahu, WBY used the prize prestige to promote the native traditions of Ireland -- although he was then living in France.


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

[for Simha indriya-lagna]

[dispersed engagement with innovative ideologies]

[dissolution of wartime convictions]

[surrenders useless pioneering life-principles]

[apatheticly forgives the trespass of invasive preachers]

[abandons unsustainable catechism]

[absent from empty blood beliefs]

[disregards community conventions of championship]

[eccentric competitive worldview]

[typically a dramatic, self-focused, absentee father]

[passively fixated on ambitiously diplomatic-partnering Rahu-Tula-3 sibling-cousins, secretaries, team-mates, co-workers, neighbors]


[historical-evaluating Asvini-2] [navamsha Ketu-Urisha]


  • [Ketu-Mesha] physically dissociates from competitive dominance * incomplete nobility * eccentric innovations * challenges the ineffable * unconventional athletic force * disoriented quest for supremacy * heroic push forward into nothingness * dissolute conquest * muscular martyrdom * not limited by blood or birth * ignores restrictions on kinetic movement * releases a blood-red cloud of dynamic energy into the misty abyss
  • [Ketu in classroom-11] eccentric friends * no limits on profitability * dissolves barriers in community * peculiar social network * vacuous associations * irrelevance of material achievements * intangible goals * ambivalence toward economics * disappearing elder siblings * disregards social awards * ignores marketplace norms * abandons large group systems * unless other graha occupy 11, may prefer to live free from socializing = off-the-grid.
  • [Ketu-yuti-Shukra] unsatisfied * unsustainable arrangements * invalid promises * broken bargains * dissolved contracts * beautiful injustice * sweetly unfulfilled vows * fragmented negotiations * nicely abandoned alliances * absence of equity * apathetic brokerage * peculiar music * distrust * pleasantly empty relationships * liberating release of vows * for husbandly nativities, may dissolve-or-disconnect the wifely-figures.


lifelong supporter of Irish severance from British control


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