ka ae eela hreem hasa kahala hreem sakala hreem

ka ae eela hreem hasa kahala hreem sakala hreem
Those devoted to illusion enter blind darkness. Into greater darkness enter those who are solely attached to knowledge.

Monday, July 25, 2011

death horoscopes of ramana maharshi, sathya sai and shirdi sai

ramana death time: 14-04-1950 @ 08:47 am @ tiruvannamalai
sathya sai's : 24-04-2011 @ 07:40 am @ puttaparthy
shirdi sai's : 15-10-1918 @ 02:30 pm @ shirdi

interestingly, 9th house plays a very important role in the death chart of these spiritual stalwarts.
it does confirm the parapunnya (9th) sthanam's role in mukthi.

predicting life after death- death horoscopes.

if the time and date of birth can let us predict the times of life,
then from the time of death we should be able to predict how life after death would be, right?

or at the least, we can assess the past birth, or to be precise, the just finished life.
thereby trying to verify if the actual life experiences and what is seen from 5th house are in sync.

i tried a few death horoscopes of a few people i knew.

the houses i considered were :
5th house(poorvapunnyam)

i am confused about a few things, as i haven't found many analyses of the kind.
for eg. if Guru comes into 12th house, is it moksham?
why should we take 12th house, as parapunnyam is clearly mentioned as 9th house?!

in life horoscopes, we say Ketu or Guru in 12th gives more chances for moksham.

i will be happy if it is so, but i found this in both my parent's death horoscopes.
(both were krishna devotees)

father-16-08-1995 at 4 pm @ parur
mother- 15-09-2008 @ 3pm @ ernakulam.

i will post more after i research a bit more on this.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

vasanas or tastes that one carries from past births

we all want to do lot of things now.
and we start working towards it.
then we see some situations popping up.
either genuine situations.
or made up by the escapists in us.
whichever, we end up not pursuing our wishes.

chandu wants to eat only 2 times a day.
chandu wants to do regular yoga.
chandu doesn't want to think about money.
but chandu ends up doing just the opposite.
classical conditioning, they say.
or just, the habit as per the common folk.

to me, its vasana.
the more you work on your spirit, the easier in the next birth to get a hold on it.

some one is a child prodigy, in music.
another one is, in painting.
though their entire family has not a single musician or painter.

vasana. taste from the last birth.

5th house rules the poorva punnya.
the carry over from the past birth.

think first of the first lord.(bhavanadhipai samastham vichinthayath)
then the occupant.
then the aspects and other yogas.

got a grip?

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

blame it on the past life!

i have seen many a sweet kid, suffering with terminal diseases..
with no apparent gene history..

the kid wouldn't be old enough to even imagine if not do, some karma responsible for this state.
so, we have 2 options:
1) blame it on the ancestors karma
2) or on the karma of past lives.

we have seen child prodigies, expressing art/talent right from the tender age of 3 or 4 years.
even when the family tree doesn't have a single person with a similar taste.
even when the child was not exposed to circumstances congenial for the conscious or sub-conscious absorption of these tastes.

so, there is past janma carry over!

we consider mainly 2 houses, to judge the past lives.
1) 5th house
2) 12th house.

as per the bhavat bhava chinthanam, the 5th of 5th, ie the 9th too should be considered, just like 12th of 12th, ie the 11th.

but how many past lives can we judge from all these?
it needs atleast a thousand years of study to get to start appreciating astrological studies!

the star 'visakha' and mental problems

the lord of the star visakha is Guru(jupiter), but people born on this star when their moon is weak by bhava or when occupying a relatively bad position to guru, tend to be the most mentally sensitive.
(vrischika/scorpio is the sign of debilitation of mano karaka moon)

of course, they appreciate arts, love good food/are excellent cooks (nala, bheema as valala in virata parva) and are excellent advisers,
but when it comes to their own lives, they often fumble.