Yogas On 21st October 1975

Sankha "conch shell" Yoga

The 5th and 6th lords in mutual angles, and the lagna lord strong.
"One will be endowed with wealth, spouse, sons, and land. Having a life of enjoyment, one is also kindly disposed, compassionate, propitious, intelligent, meritorious, beneficent, and long-lived. One has knowledge of the sacred scriptures, is well conducted, and may live one year after the tale of eighty is completed. One has the authority to discipline or to punish."

The Sankha Yoga formed by the first condition of the 5th and 6th lords in mutual angles supports self-employment or authority and rids the native of performing service. It also indicates a healer or doctor very capable of removing disease in the event that other factors in the horoscope indicate a healer.

Asubha "inauspicious" Yoga

A malefic in the lagna.
"One will be sensuous, will do sinful acts, and will swallow others' wealth."

A malefic in the lagna indicates immediate difficulties and suffering, as well as harm to the body and health. The houses the planet rules indicate those things that directly harm or hamper the desires, physical well-being and confidence of the native right from birth. Any yogas that the malefic may form create stress and difficulty to the native and harm their health. Even if the malefic is forming a yoga for success, it will still harm and stress the native himself.

Kartari "scissors" Yoga

Planets other than the luminaries, or nodes, in the 2nd and 12th from the lagna.
This yoga is said to give similar effects as the Solar Yoga, Ubhayachari Yoga. The important point about this yoga is that planets in the 2nd and 12th are closer to the lagna and therefore give more significant effects. Any yogas that these planets in the 2nd and 12th form are more powerful and significant. Malefics forming Kartari Yoga will give stress and difficulties along with their yoga effects, while benefics forming this yoga give ease and happiness along with their yoga effects. The planet in the 12th is a source of expense, whether for happiness or for overcoming difficulties, depending upon the planet being a benefic or malefic. The planet in the 2nd is something that is close to the native, causing happiness or unhappiness, depending upon the planet being a benefic or malefic. An important point emerges from this yoga, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, or Saturn forming yogas in the 2nd or 12th indicate more significant yoga effects; just like planets in the 2nd or 12th from the Sun or the Moon.

Susubha "very auspicious" Yoga

Only benefics in the 2nd, unaspected (with planetary aspects) by malefics.
"One will be wealthy, flexible, devoted to his wife, particular about rituals, always active, luxurious, soft spoken, prosperous, and a head of some monetary transaction. He will be an elder of the town."

The 2nd house is almost as important an indication of one's character and success as the lagna. The 2nd house is actually the reflection of the 1st house; the first house is the body and the personality, which is know by its name, name being ruled by the 2nd house. The 2nd house, therefore, under benefic influence, greatly improves the native's life and should not be underestimated.

Dur "difficult" Yoga

A malefic in the 10th and the 10th lord in a dusthana.
"One will not derive the fruits from his own bodily exertions and is looked down upon by others. Highly selfish and intent upon deceiving others, one will also live in a foreign place."

A malefic in the 10th indicates hardships in the career, and the 10th lord in a dusthana increases the struggles. If the 10th lord is in the 8th house there are significant ups and downs in the career, several career changes, or the unexpected termination of a career or position. In the 12th house, the native does not earn their worth, does not receive proper recognition, or looses their employment for an extended time. In the 6th house, the native has to climb up the ladder and it is difficult for them to gain positions of respect and authority; whatever position they do reach it will be less than desired, and there will be delays in finding an appropriate position.

Kapata "deceit" Yoga

A malefic in the 4th, and the 4th lord under malefic influence or hemmed by malefics.
"One will be a hypocrite."

Natives with Kapata Yoga are not all that they appear to be. The 4th house is a hidden house and malefics influences to it indicate negative thoughts, emotions, feelings and actions that at first may be difficult to discern, but that with time are discovered. Oftentimes these natives hide things from themselves first, and, as a consequence, secondarily to others, particularly female natives with this yoga. If this yoga is very severe it can indicate a native who is very disturbed and who as a result commits atrocities, while the average case of this yoga simply hides minor actions that would cause embarrassment, are not socially acceptable, or that are simply not considered good conduct. The Sun is a very weak malefic for this yoga, since the Sun is a noble planet. Rahu and Saturn indicate the worst type of deceit and negative thinking, while Mars and Ketu are middling in their deceit, though they can indicate hidden violent tendencies. This is a yoga that requires careful scrutiny as it can indicate a wide range of hidden negative actions.


Vosi Yoga

A planet, not including the Moon, Rahu or Ketu, in the 12th from the Sun.
"One born with Vosi Yoga will be skillful, charitable, of excellent speech, looking towards the sides, employed, equal to a king, and genuine. He is endowed with fame, learning, strength, and a good memory. He will have a strong physique around the waist. Malefics forming this yoga will give contrary effects."

Planets forming Vosi Yoga rise before the Sun; therefore, these planets are those with which the native initiates the experiences in their life. These are potentially the most activating and initializing planets in the horoscope. The traits of these planets will be very noticeable in the native upon first impression.
Generally benefics forming Vosi Yoga are favored. Classical texts give very different results to benefics vs. malefics forming Vosi Yoga:

"One born in a Suvosi Yoga (Vosi Yoga formed by benefics) will be liberal, blessed with all kinds of comforts, wealth, and happiness, a favorite of the sovereign, liked by all, exceedingly prosperous, and famous."

Benefics forming Vosi Yoga indicate that the native initiates their life in a well to do fashion, which includes kindness, fairness, balance, etc. The first impression of the native will be a good one in accordance with the nature of the benefic. Benefics forming Vosi Yoga, which are debilitated in the rasi or the navamsa, will, however, indicate problematic and imbalanced character qualities in accordance with the nature of the benefic, which reduce the native's capacity to initiate the things they want in their lives. Any other yogas these debilitated planets are taking part in will, however, still become more powerful due to their taking part in the Solar Yoga.

Mercury"One will speak sweetly, be beautiful and obey others' orders."

Mercury forming Vosi Yoga by being in the 12th from the Sun indicates that the native is thoughtful, fair and practical with regards to that which they initiate in life, and upon first impression.

Anapha Yoga

A planet, other than the Sun, Rahu or Ketu, in the 12th from the Moon.
"One born in Anapha Yoga will be a king, a man of influence and authority, well dressed, virtuous, famous, strong, magnanimous, charming, good natured, healthy, blessed with material comforts, and happy. One is calm in disposition, enjoying pleasures of the senses and peace of mind. One will have political wisdom, moral training, know many sastras, be steadfast, honored, and have enormous wealth. He will possess a beautiful body and be capable of attracting the fairer sex."

Planets in the 12th from the Moon indicate the conditioning and attitude with which the native meets life's experiences. Unlike the similar Solar Yogas, classical texts give generally good effects to benefics or malefics forming Anapha Yoga and the other similar Lunar Yogas; they do however give different effects due to the different planets forming Anapha Yoga:

Jupiter"One will be highly honored by kings, very intelligent, majestic, strong, a poet, fond of assemblies, endued with earnestness and energy; upright and possessed with a great deal of status and wealth."

Jupiter forming Anapha Yoga by being in the 12th from the Moon indicates that the native's consciousness has been conditioned by faith and belief. This creates an initial attitude of optimism and purpose, as well as contentment and happiness. The houses, etc. that Jupiter rules will indicate those things and people from which the native has acquired much of their beliefs and faith.

The beneficial effects of Anapha, Sunapha, and Durudhara Yogas are lessened and some difficulties crop in when the Moon is in conjunction with Rahu or Ketu. Rahu or Ketu hamper the natural receptive qualities of the Moon which then reduces the beneficial influences the planets in the 2nd or 12th from the Moon may have. Rahu is worse than Ketu and distorts the pure qualities of the planets in the 2nd and 12th from the Moon, while Ketu introverts the Moon, which makes it less receptive and less influenced by external factors. In fact, Ketu's union with the Moon indicates very strong past life conditioning that is influenced only very slightly by current experiences.

Adhama "worst" Yoga

The Moon in an angle (1st, 4th, 7th or 10th) from the Sun.
The native's wealth, intelligence, knowledge, and skill shall be little.

These are important yogas that must be used correctly or else they will be misleading. A casual observation of only a few horoscopes will reveal that there are wealthy, intelligent, and knowledgeable personages with the Moon in an angle from the Sun, and those of lesser abilities and wealth born with the Moon in an apoklima from the Sun. These yogas obviously, therefore, do not impose a restriction upon the native's wealth or intelligence. The Moon gives growth of all things and the light of the Moon is dependent upon the Sun, therefore, the growth and realization of any productive yoga, whether one that grants success, wealth, marriage, children, or anything else, is dependent upon the Moon's placement from the Sun, which indicates the level of preparedness with which the native meets the fructification of a productive yoga. These three yogas are not meant to indicate the full measure of the native's wealth, intelligence and skill, but only to indicate the measure of wealth, intelligence and skill the native has upon the initiation of a productive yoga with which to bring the results of the yoga to fruition.
When Adhama Yoga (worst yoga) is present, the Moon is in an angle from the Sun. The angles represent initiation and the beginning of an activity. Therefore, in horoscopes with the Moon in an angle from the Sun, the yogas, etc. are being freshly initiated, the result being the native's is not prepared for what is to transpire. Practically, the native does not have the wealth, education or skill, at the time of the initiation of a good yoga, required to smoothly bring the results of the yoga to fruition. The result is difficulty and stress as they prepare themselves and their life for the good effects of the yoga to come.

Following are a few important yogas from the book Core Yogas that Kala is not smart enough to find yet, but which are well worth checking for manually:
Mridanga "tambour" Yoga
The lord of the navamsa of an exalted planet is in an angle or trine, and an occupant of the angle or trine is strong in own or exaltation rasi, while the lagna lord is strong.
"One is noble born, of mien and fame such as it is the good fortune of sovereigns to have."

In this yoga a planet must be well placed by being in exaltation, and the navamsa lord of that planet must be very well placed in the rasi by being in an angle or trine and with a planet in its own or exaltation rasi. The benefits of the yoga come from the indications of the exalted planet in question as well as the house its navamsa lord falls in. The lagna lord must also be well placed and strong so that the native can successfully activate the yoga and benefit from its results.

Kalpadruma "tree of plenty" Yoga

The lagna lord, its dispositor, the dispositor of that, and the navamsa lord of the last must be in an angle, trine, own rasi or exaltation rasi.
"One will be a pious, strong, and merciful king endowed with all kinds of wealth, and fond of war."

This yoga further illustrates the concept of dispositors, including the navamsa dispositor. The more times a dispositor of a dispositor is well placed, the more auspicious the original planet in question becomes. Kalpadruma yoga, like Parijatha Yoga, helps the native to fulfill every desire.

Parijatha "celestial coral tree" Yoga

The dispositor of the lord of the lagna lord, and the navamsa lord of that dispositor, must be in an angle, trine, own rasi or exaltation rasi.
"One will be a sovereign attentive to their duty and engagements, of compassionate disposition, destined to be happy in the middle and latter portion of life, respected and obeyed by other kings, fond of war, and possessing elephants and horses."

The Parijatha is a celestial tree that has the power to grant wishes. This yoga, therefore, helps the native to fulfill every desire. This yoga emphasizes the importance of the navamsa dispositor of a planet, which is just as important as its rasi dispositor.

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