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Signo Lunar Vdico

Tu casa lunar: Mula (19e Nakshatra)

Mula significa raz.

El smbolo de Mula es un manojo de races unidas. Mula se rige por Ketu, el Nudo Sur de la Luna, lo que te
da un espritu vivo, centrado en si mismo y respetuoso con las tradiciones.

En la mitologa, Nirrit, el espritu de la muerte, gobierna Mula. La muerte se refiere a la destruccin necesaria para
el renacimiento. Nirrit es un precursor de la diosa negra Kali, cuya fuerza violenta destruye nuestra ignorancia y
nuestro apego a las formas inferiores de poder temporal y materialista. A la diosa Kali se la representa bailando
extasiada en un cementerio, llevando un collar de crneos humanos y un taparrabos de brazos cortados. Esta imagen
cruda revela la necesidad divina de destruir nuestras ideas preconcebidas (las cabezas cortadas) y nuestra necesidad
egosta y vido de posesin (brazos cortados). Debemos deshacernos de nuestras ideas sobre la vida y reexaminar los
actos que nos conducen a estos a priori, para as poder progresar hacia la verdad.

Fuerzas: Tienes pensamientos muy filosficos y un espritu al que le gusta hurgar en las tinieblas y los misterios ms
perturbadores. Quieres identificar la fuente de las ideas y sus motivaciones. Esto te da un conocimiento innato de las
motivaciones y de la psicologa de los hombres y una intuicin natural que te ayuda a comprender a los dems. Eres
capaz de cambiar de camino si hace falta, ya que asumes con facilidad los giros y las incertidumbres de la vida.

Zonas oscuras: Transformar la destruccin en una fuerza benfica es algo que controlas a la perfeccin, ya que tienes
tendencia a romper de un golpe las cosas. Cuando rompes con una persona o una situacin, consideras que es por su
bien. S prudente con este concepto. Te acercas a la arrogancia, la violencia y la crueldad cuando no utilizas este lado
destructor para liberarte de tus propias cadenas, sino para proclamarte como aquel que destruye las limitaciones de
los dems.

Tu casa lunar: Dhanistha (23e Nakshatra)


A Dhanistha se le llama el astro de la sinfona.

El smbolo de Dhanistha es un mridangam (tambor con dos caras). Dhanistha se rige por Marte, lo que implica una
naturaleza valiente, audaz y entusiasta. Aceptas los desafos.

En la mitologa, los Vasus gobiernan a Dhanistha. Son los ocho dioses elementales que encarnan los ocho elementos
de la naturaleza. Estas divinidades terrestres constituyen el mundo material, lo hacen crecer y prosperar. Los bloques
elementales de la vida residen en Dhanistha, estn esperando a que se les junte para que puedan crear formas
perceptibles. Los Vasus son: el Sol, la Luna, la tierra, el fuego, la atmsfera, el viento, el cielo y las estrellas. El
universo fsico toma forma cuando estos elementos se avivan para orquestar la gran sinfona de la vida. A esta
sinfona le pone el ritmo el tambor de Shiva, el mridangam, instrumento de la creacin. Shiva se refiere al Sol y a la
fuente del poder universal.

Fuerzas: Tienes el don de solucionar las pequeas cosas de la vida y sacar de ello riqueza y alimento. Puedes fabricar
cosas a partir de cualquier elemento como por arte de magia, sobre todo si eso puede contribuir a tu prosperidad. Te
atrae la aventura, tienes una percepcin y una intuicin muy desarrollada. La naturaleza espiritual oculta del mundo
material no se escapa a tus sentidos. As que ests preparado tanto para ganar dinero como para practicar la
meditacin.

Zonas oscuras: Tu maestro planetario, Marte, hace de ti un guerrero y debes evitar, en determinados momentos,
provocar situaciones para actuar a la fuerza. Puedes comportarte de manera colrica. Tambin puedes ser muy
materialista ya que tienes tendencia a amasar riquezas. Puede llegar un momento en que actes sin piedad, sobre
todo en tus relaciones, por no tomar un poco de distancia.

Remedios en Astrologa Vdica

Una de las partes de las que consta la Astrologa Vdica son los remedios
astrolgicos. Las precauciones que se toman para evitar las influencias negativas de los planetas, caen
dentro de esta esfera de la Astrologa Vdica. De acuerdo a la carta natal y los trnsitos, los astrlogos suelen
prescribir algunos de estos remedios.

Gemas o piedras preciosas


Cada planeta tiene una gema y una sub-gema. Por ejemplo, Shukra (Venus) tiene el Diamante y el Zirconio
blanco. Los astrlogos sugieren las gemas y sub-gemas para recibir la influencia benfica del planeta de la
gema.
Las gemas falsas no son efectivas y no pueden dar ningn beneficio y esto crea la duda acerca de la
credibilidad de la Astrologa as como del llevar las gemas. Si usas gemas falsas, la gemo-terapia y los
remedios relacionados como color-terapia son inefectivos.

Yantra
El producto resultante de la inscripcin de Mantras de deidades sobre metales como el acero, cobre, etc., se
llama Yantra. Yantra es tambin la estructura o el dibujo del Mantra. Se energetizan en un momento en
concreto usando mantras de la deidad con la que est relacionada. Despus de esto, el Mantra de la deidad se
canta un nmero especfico de veces sentado enfrente del Yantra. De esta manera, el Yantra queda activado y
puede ser instalado en la sala de oracin. Debe ser venerado diariamente con incienso y velas para obtener
buenos resultados. Tambin se puede llevar un pequeo Yantra purificado en forma de pendiente o incluso
atado a un brazo. La persona debe ser religiosa y honesta ya que el Yantra funciona bien si es venerado
regularmente con un corazn puro. No es efectivo para no creyentes.

Ayuno
La importancia de ayunar ha sido tenida en cuenta desde tiempos antiguos. Los planetas tienen das
especficos en los que el ayuno ayuda a evitar los efectos negativos as como promueve los positivos de cada
planeta. Por ejemplo Shani (Saturno) tiene el sbado. Se tiene que guardar el ayuno durante todo el da y
romperlo al amanecer del da siguiente.

Canto
Para calmar a los planetas y obtener sus beneficios, se deben recitar los mantras relacionados con ellos. Las
recitaciones estn divididas en las ramas Vdicas, Antiguas, Tntricas y Saabar. Hay normas y nmeros para
recitar un mantra. Para obtener resultados, la persona debe cantar los mantras durante el nmero de das y el
nmero de veces prescrito. Solo entonces el mantra tiene efecto.

Yajna
Yajna es un remedio religioso para cumplir con el deseo de uno. De los Vedas hemos sabido que los Yajnas
se realizaron en tiempos antiguos y fueron muy importantes en la vida diaria de nuestros ancestros.
Normalmente es un ritual de ofrendas utilizando preparaciones herbales y fuego (divino Agni).

Excluding Gays and Lesbians from Vedic Culture


By Amara dasa

Since time immemorial and within all cultures of the world, gays, lesbians, transgendered and intersexed
people have been described, acknowledged and even accommodated within society. From the mahu and
aikane of Polynesia to the berdache of Native American tribes; from the sekhet of prehistoric Egypt to
the eunouchos of ancient Greece and Rome; from the saris of the Israelites to the muomin or trusted
men of the Syrians; from the traditional third-gender roles of aboriginal tribes in Africa such as among the
Mbo people of Zaire to the palace and harem guards of the Arabs and Chinese; from the cross-dressing
entertainers of Manila and Bangkok to the hijra and jogappa dancers and temple priests of North and
South India; right down to our own modern gay and transgendered communities in San Francisco, London
and Sydneypersistent and unmistakable third or alternative gender subcultures have always naturally
existed in one form or another. This is true regardless of whether their members were positively
accommodated or negatively suppressed within each of their respective societies. By all accounts, these
various third-gender subcultures have always displayed a prevalence of homosexual behavior and cross-
dressing. Their members were typically not involved in sexual procreation, and some were even known to
commit themselves to castration (or, nowadays, transsexual operations and corrective surgery).

Social Denial

To suggest that homosexual people were somehow excluded or left unnoticed by Indias ancient Vedic
civilization and its Sanskrit texts is neither reasonable nor fair to that great culture. Indias ancient
literatures are comprised of voluminous texts and their priestly authors were well known for their detailed
accounts of all sciences, both godly and mundane. It is highly unlikely that they would omit or overlook any
aspect of human nature. Rather, we see in the Kama Shastra full accounts of both men and women who are
tritiya-prakriti or third-sexed by nature and described as homosexual. Their different categories,
methods of employment, and various sexual practices are all fully described. Ruth Vanita, an associate
professor at the University of Montana and author of Same-Sex Love in India writes: If late nineteenth-
century European sexologists invented such terms as Invert, the third sex, and homosexual, the
Kamasutras term the third nature refers to a man who desires other men. Whether the man concerned is
feminine looking or masculine looking, the Kamasutra emphasizes that this external appearance makes no
difference to his desire for men. The Kamasutra of Vatsyayana so dominates the field in terms of
Sanskrit texts representing the Kama Shastra that most scholars of ancient Indian culture restrict their studies
exclusively to it. In his important commentaries on this work, the famous pandita Yashodhara of the twelfth
century adds: The third sex [tritiya-prakriti] is also termed neuter [napumsaka]. Napumsaka is a
Sanskrit term equal to kliba and sandha in Vedic texts, but while early British and English scholars
translate this word only as eunuch and neuter in their dictionaries, Yashodhara clearly also assigns it to
the third-natured people portrayed in the Kamasutra as homosexuals.

What is this? you might say. Homosexuality described in the Kama Shastra? Yes, most certainly, but
then some people will always counter: Then we will not accept this Kama Shastra. We will accept its sister
texts like the Dharma and Artha Shastras, or texts such as the Jyotir and Ayur Shastras, but we will not
accept the Kama Shastra since it mentions that homosexuality existed in Vedic times. As soon as we reach
this point it quickly becomes obvious that something more is at play here, something known as social
denial. Some people are so uncomfortable with homosexuality and gay and lesbian people that they refuse
to believe that such persons were ever mentioned or studied by past civilizations. They deny or hide any
references made to them and disassociate themselves from their presence as far as possible. This exclusion
of gay and lesbian people often requires such persons to demonize homosexuals and keep them silent or
hidden. In severe cases they will even impose legal restrictions against them or apply violence in order to
keep them out of sight. In this particular case, gays and lesbians are being excluded from their place in
Vedic culture and history, either deliberately or due to a general lack of knowledge about the third sex
category.

Silence by Castration

The attempt to castrate, silence and otherwise remove homosexual people from human society is nothing
new. In Hitlers Germany, for instance, homosexuals were systematically arrested, castrated and sent to
death. In many backward countries of the world today, gay and lesbian people are still regularly arrested,
imprisoned, coerced into castration or put to death. These are gross examples, but there are equally effective
subtle ones in which gay people are removed or hidden away from the public arena. One common example
of this within modern-day Indian culture is the popular notion that homosexuals did not exist in Vedic times.
According to this theory, the Vedic third sex referred only to eunuchs (castrated men) or neuters (people
born without sex organs). Because homosexuality is so detestable in their view, they surmise that it couldnt
possibly have existed during a more enlightened Vedic India.

This misconception is highly inaccurate and was perpetuated by early British authors and translators who
were not only uneducated in terms of gender variance, but also unwilling to portray it fairly, if at all.
Todays scholars are gradually abandoning this notion as society becomes more familiar and honest about
gender-variant issues like homosexuality, transgender identity, and various intersexed conditions, the three
major groups of people that comprise the third-sex class.

The present-day hijra or eunuch class of Northern India is unquestionably comprised largely of
homosexual and transgendered people, with only a very few who are truly intersexed (born with ambiguous
genitalia). This has been documented through years of research and personal interviews conducted by
professionals like Dr. Serena Nanda, the Professor of Anthropology for the City University of New York.
Despite this fact, most people in India still persist in believing that all hijras are born hermaphroditic or
intersexed. In her book Neither Man Nor Woman: The Hijras of India Nanda writes: There is a
widespread belief in India that hijras are born hermaphrodites and are taken away by the hijra community at
birth or in childhood, but I found no evidence to support this belief among the hijras I met, all of whom
joined the community voluntarily, most often in their teens. She also writes: There is absolutely no
question that at least some hijrasperhaps even the majorityare homosexual prostitutes. Sinhas (1967)
study of hijras in Lucknow, in North India, acknowledges the hijra role as performers, but views the major
motivation for recruitment to the hijra community as the satisfaction of the individuals homosexual
urges

That even modern-day Indians are reluctant to view hijras or eunuchs as homosexual, preferring to see
them only as hermaphrodites or sexless, indicates a type of popular social denial and ignorance that has
undoubtedly been going on for quite some time. If people are unwilling to acknowledge the presence of
homosexuality even within the modern-day eunuch class, then it should come as no surprise that they
would also refuse to acknowledge its existence within Indias historical past. For the same reason, one will
not find accurate or honest translations in Sanskrit dictionaries for any of the various words describing third-
sex people such as kliba, napumsaka, sandha, etc. Even today these words are defined simply as
eunuch (a castrated man), despite the fact that no evidence supports any system of castration in pre-
Islamic India. In his article Homosexuality and Hinduism, Arvind Sharma expresses his doubt about this
word definition as follows: the limited practice of castration in India raises another point significant for the
rest of the discussion, namely, whether rendering a word such as kliba as eunuch regularly is correct

Biological Indications

Since homosexuality has been recorded throughout the animal kingdom and within various world cultures,
whether civilized or aboriginal, it is much more likely to be a persistent biological phenomenon (a third sex)
rather than a modern-day anomaly or social deviation. Recent scientific studies also indicate that the three
main categories of the third sex (i.e. homosexuality, transgender identity, and intersexed conditions) are
indeed most likely natural biological variations. Scientists have unquestionably proven that most intersexed
conditions are caused by variances in the balance of male and female hormones during early fetal
development. They also widely suspect that homosexual orientation and transgender identity are similarly
caused during the early neurological development of the fetal brain. This is according to the American
Psychological Associations 1998 Public Interest Report, the point being that homosexual orientation,
transgender identity, and anatomically intersexed conditions are most likely interrelated biological variations
of nature (prakriti), as similarly portrayed in the Sanskrit text of the Kamasutra. As a biological
occurrence, the third sex would certainly have been just as prevalent during Vedic times as it was anywhere
else.

It is also important to note that estimates place chronic intersexuality as occurring in approximately one in
every 36,600 births; transgender identity in about one in every 6,000 births; and homosexuality in about one
in every 20 births. This is according to medical statistics taken from 1955-1998 by the University of
California at Davis and Brown University. The disparity between the different groups in terms of sheer
numbers gives us an idea as to the natural composition of the third gender social class as a whole, with
homosexuals being by far the most prominent, followed by transgenders and then the intersexed.

A Rose By Any Other Name

Anyone familiar with modern GLBTI (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersexed) communities and
people will immediately recognize the correlation between them and the Vedic descriptions of the third sex.
This is because their third-gender qualities and behaviors are universal and, especially nowadays, quite well
known. Despite the differences in language and terminology, such people have basically remained the same
by nature throughout time and place, just like the two primary genders themselves. I highly doubt if it will
be possible to conceal the gay and transgendered people of Vedic literature under such inaccurate words like
eunuch or neuter for much longer; not without being ridiculed or considered old-fashioned and
unrealistic.
Sanskrit words like kliba, napumsaka, sandha, etc., were most likely used to refer to anyone of the
third nature whether they were homosexual, transgendered, or intersexed. I am not saying that kliba
means only homosexual, but that rather it can indicate a person from any of these three categories, all of
whom are sexually impotent and neutral in regard to women. To insist that it only refers to the smallest
group of intersexed people, or to castrated men in a society where castration was not practiced, is
conveniently small-minded and misleading. Most Sanskrit words have many different meanings and can be
used in a variety of ways. In general, it is the purpose of language to express and identify things as clearly
as possible. In the case of the Mahabharata, for instance, Brihannala is clearly described as a transgender
male, that is to say, a man who dresses, lives and identifies as a woman. Therefore it would be more
accurate in this case to translate kliba as transgender rather than use the outdated word eunuch. To
my knowledge there are no descriptions of Arjuna being physically castrated or transformed into an
intersexed person, but there are descriptions of him displaying typical transgendered behavior. Either way, it
is actually not important to me whether Brihannala was homosexual, transgendered or intersexed. Rather, I
am concerned when people feel the need to emphasize that Brihannala was definitely not homosexual, or
that the word kliba cannot in any case include the homosexual people of the third sex.

In the Bhagavad-gita verse (2.3), there is a hidden meaning in Lord Krishnas usage of the word klaibyam.
Arjuna had recently been living as a kliba or transgender male, and therefore Krishna is warning him that
if he presents himself as weak on the battlefield, his enemies might consider that he is perhaps still
transgendered. It is also interesting to note that while Sanskrit dictionaries define kliba as Impotent,
emasculated, a eunuch; unmanly, timorous, weak, idle, a coward, these very same meanings are implied
today in the popular modern usage of the word gay among heterosexual men and schoolboys. From their
perspective, being called gay or homosexual is synonymous to being labeled effeminate, unmanly,
weak, etc., exactly like the Sanskrit word kliba of ancient times. A coincidence?

Another interesting point to note is that before the word homosexual was coined in the late nineteenth
century, homosexuals were in fact called eunuchs in the English language. Homosexual slaves and
servants were frequently castrated during the medieval period, especially within the wealthy and influential
Islamic countries of that time, and homosexual behavior was sometimes punished in Europe and even
colonial America by castration. In other words, the term eunuch is more or less just an old-fashioned
word once used to describe homosexuals and others who were impotent with women for whatever reason. I
suggest that we move away from such archaic, outdated terms and employ the more appropriate and
descriptive ones commonly used today.

All in all, like Arvind Sharma and many other scholars, I find it difficult to accept that the word kliba can
only refer to the so-called eunuchs of the past and not to the actual homosexual, transgendered and
intersexed people that we know exist at present. Srila Prabhupada himself was quite displeased and
frustrated with the inaccurate and archaic term eunuch, and he expressed this dissatisfaction in his taped
conversation with Hayagriva dasa when describing the eunuch dancers in Lord Caitanyas pastimes. I
suggest that the Monier-Williams Sanskrit dictionaries update their books to specifically include
homosexuals, transgenders and the intersexed within their definitions of the napumsaka or neutral third
sex, but I assume they will continue to avoid this uncomfortable issue for some time to come.

Everyone is Important

In conclusion, one must decide whether the Vedic third sex refers only to people without sex organs, or if it
also includes those who are impotent in terms of lacking any desire for the opposite sex. If one accepts only
the former, then he must discard the evidence of the Kama Shastra and deny any placement for homosexual
and transgendered people within Vedic society. In reality, no natural category or class of people has been
excluded from Vedic culture or its historical past. In Krsna consciousness no one is to be neglected or
excludedthere is room for all. As Srila Prabhupada so nicely writes: even the candalas, or the
untouchables, are also not to be neglected by the higher classes and should be given necessary protection.
Everyone is important, but some are directly responsible for the advancement of human society, and some
are only indirectly responsible. However, when Krsna consciousness is there, then everyones total benefit
is taken care of.

(Krsna Book, Vol. I, Chap. 24)

Sign Moon was positioned

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Your Janma Rashi or the Sign Moon was positioned at Birth is

Sagittarius (Dhanu)
According to Vedic Astrology :
He or She will be tall or of medium height, will have strong bones, gravitational force in the body, squarish or longish
face, balanced nose, round chin, wide forehead, bushy eyebrows and attractive teeth. He or She will be determined
and ambitious and will be interested in knowledgeable subjects like philosophy, science, law and literature, arts,
idealism and principles of life. He or She will be logically minded and very inquisitive. He or She will be

freedom loving, self-confident, ambitious and self-respected, outspoken, trustworthy, judicious and unostentatious.
He or She will be an atheist, He or She will be religious, moral, liberal, honest, sympathetic and sensitive. He or She
will be interested in astrology and will have the amazing power to examine and understand the future. He or She will
possess new thoughts but will not be so attracted to them at the cost of severing all connections with old traditions.
Basically He or She will be orthodox and traditional. He or She will examine the positive and negative points of
everything before taking any decision. He or She will be known as a humorous and a good human being in his or her
friend circle.

Your Janma Rashi is: Sagittarius (Dhanu) 550'48"

Your Janma Nakshatra is:Mula

Dasha at birth: Ket/Rah/Rah

Dasha after birth: Ven/Ven (m/d/y) 12/23/1961

Current Dasha: Rah/Mer/Ven

Saturn's Sadesati in your life

Your Janma Rashi: Sagittarius


About Saturn's Sadesati

Saturn (Shani) takes around 30 years to complete one revolution of the zodiac. It stays in each sign for around 2.5
years.

Saturn is considered a planet that brings misery and challenges for people when it's in an inauspicious position. The
Sadesati is a period of 7.5 years during which Saturn is specially malignant and creates an unusual amount of
problems in an individual's life.

The Sadesati begins when Saturn enters the 12th Rashi (sign) from the person's birth Moon-sign and ends
when Saturn exits the 2nd sign from the person's birth Moon-sign. It takes about 7.5 years to cross these
three signs; hence the name Sadesati.

Everyone goes through Sadesati sooner or later, for most people it's at least twice, or thrice. It is said that
while Sadesati lasts, you will have little peace. But don't think that just because you are running Sadesati
your life will be destroyed. That's not the case. Many people continue being successful even while they are
in Sadesati.

A lot depends on the overall auspiciousness of your chart, the placement of other planets and your own
efforts. You can also perform remedies to lessen the inauspicious effect of Shani Sade sati.

You will be under the influence of Shani Sadesati between:

03 Nov, 2014 To 26 Jan, 2017, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]


27 Jan, 2017 To 20 Jun, 2017, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
21 Jun, 2017 To 26 Oct, 2017, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]
27 Oct, 2017 To 23 Jan, 2020, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
24 Jan, 2020 To 28 Apr, 2022, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]
13 Jul, 2022 To 17 Jan, 2023, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]

12 Dec, 2043 To 22 Jun, 2044, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]


30 Aug, 2044 To 07 Dec, 2046, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]
08 Dec, 2046 To 06 Mar, 2049, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
07 Mar, 2049 To 09 Jul, 2049, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]
10 Jul, 2049 To 03 Dec, 2049, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
04 Dec, 2049 To 24 Feb, 2052, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]

06 Feb, 2073 To 30 Mar, 2073, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]


24 Oct, 2073 To 16 Jan, 2076, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]
17 Jan, 2076 To 10 Jul, 2076, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
11 Jul, 2076 To 11 Oct, 2076, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]
12 Oct, 2076 To 14 Jan, 2079, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
15 Jan, 2079 To 11 Apr, 2081, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]
03 Aug, 2081 To 06 Jan, 2082, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]

03 Dec, 2102 To 29 Nov, 2105, Rashi: Scorpio [Phase 1]


30 Nov, 2105 To 24 Feb, 2108, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
25 Feb, 2108 To 28 Jul, 2108, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]
29 Jul, 2108 To 22 Nov, 2108, Rashi: Sagittarius [Phase 2]
23 Nov, 2108 To 16 Feb, 2111, Rashi: Capricorn [Phase 3]

Impact of Saturn's sadesat

Phase 1 (in 12th Sign)

During this period Saturn transits through the 12th sign, or sign before your Birth Rashi. This is the beginning of the
7.5 years challenge.

This may become a challenging time for your entire family. You will be under pressure and may feel anxious about
your future due to unforeseen problems. You will feel that trouble is seeking you out and that you get into problems
even though you make a serious effort to avoid them. The elders in your family too might have some problems. The
problems might be in form of health challenges or financial trouble.

You may have to make sudden trips and start on unplanned journeys. That will be a part of your effort to cope with
the the problems that Saturn creates for you during this period. You may also run into unforeseen expenses and
money supply may be squeezed.

Since this is the beginning of the Sadesati, you can't afford to lose courage now. If you become depressed in this
period all will be lost. Remember this about Saturn, every crisis that it sends your way is an opportunity wrapped
inside a lot of trouble. Saturn loves those who love challenges. Work agains the tide and you will get ashore. Do not
leave any stone unturned to beat your problems. Your efforts will be your salvation.

Phase 2 (In Moonsign)

During this period Saturn will pass through the Moonsign in which you were born. This is also called Janma-Shani.
This is considered the most testing phase of Sadesati. Survive this, and you've overcome the worst that Saturn can
throw your way.

During this period you may feel intense pressure. You might feel caged, or repressed and just aching to break free
and escape. There will be problems in the professional front. Maybe even a job change! In the domestic front too
there will be fresh challenges to face. Your relationships with your family will take a beating, and you will be working
overtime to maintain the cordiality and love that you've always enjoyed. Pay special attention to your mother and the
elder women in your family.

On the emotional and psychological front you may feel as if you are in a daze. Your thinking will be hazy and you will
have problems taking decisions. Don't be overcome by this. You may also feel fear for no apparent reason. Try to be
as clear in your thought as you can be, and take every action after thinking it through. Logic and rationality will be
your strength during these 2.5 years. Don't let them leave your side.

With strong determination and sustained effort you can beat this period just like you beat the last one.

Phase 3 (Next Sign To Moon's)


This is the last part of the Sadesati and Saturn is almost out of ammunition. By now you might be feeling a little bitter.
5 years of continued challenges can do that to a human being. It's time to be retrospective and think about all the
positive things in your life, and think about all the good people in your life. Don't let your humanity and empathy die.

Your enemies might be a little extra active during this time, so don't be careless. Try not to give an opportunity to
others to hurt you. Work to maintain a cordial relationship with your bosses and the administration. Show everybody
that you still have the old charm and enthusiasm and can make things happen.
You might feel a little financial pressure right now, but nothing that you haven't dealt with in the 5 years earlier. Keep
a check on your expenses and try to build some savings for sudden expenses.

This is the last phase of the Sadesati and it is said that when Saturn goes out of the Sadesati, rewards follow for the
deserving. Many of your investments and efforts that didn't fructify while the Sadesati lasted may all bear fruit in a
sudden heap when the Sadesati ends. So remember not to stop making your best efforts during the sadesati.

Small Panoti

30 Mar, 2025 To 02 Jun, 2027, Rashi: Pisces [Copper Paya]


20 Oct, 2027 To 23 Feb, 2028, Rashi: Pisces [Copper Paya]

13 Jul, 2034 To 27 Aug, 2036, Rashi: Cancer [Copper Paya]

15 May, 2054 To 01 Sep, 2054, Rashi: Pisces [Copper Paya]


06 Feb, 2055 To 06 Apr, 2057, Rashi: Pisces [Copper Paya]

24 Aug, 2063 To 05 Feb, 2064, Rashi: Cancer [Copper Paya]


10 May, 2064 To 12 Oct, 2065, Rashi: Cancer [Copper Paya]
04 Feb, 2066 To 02 Jul, 2066, Rashi: Cancer [Copper Paya]

20 Mar, 2084 To 21 May, 2086, Rashi: Pisces [Copper Paya]


10 Nov, 2086 To 07 Feb, 2087, Rashi: Pisces [Copper Paya]

03 Jul, 2093 To 18 Aug, 2095, Rashi: Cancer [Copper Paya]

Impact of Small Panot

When Saturn is in 4th and 8th Moon sign from your birth sign, it is said to cast a small panoti on the native. This can
be a period of trials depending upon the Paya of Shani. This time may not be as harsh as the Sadesati itself.

Gold Paya

This may be a stressful time. Pressures both at work and at home will take a toll on you. You might feel anxious and
worried due to financial challenges too.

Work hard on the challenges and you will overcome them. All you need to fight your problems right now is sustained
efforts.

Silver Paya

Surprisingly this is a beneficial phase for you. Direct your efforts in a positive manner and you will achieve success at
work. You may also gain financially and may be able build an asset during this period. Use this period to take yourself
financially ahead and to make fresh investments. Don't do anything that will disturb your peace of mind.

Copper Paya

There will be some hardships for you during this time. You will have to make a huge effort to make things go your
way, but take solace in the fact that at least your efforts will have fruit. Your investments will bear fruit during this
time, so don't let the opportunities slip by. Your health will remain sound during this period if you don't take any
undue risks.

Iron Paya

This is said to the worst class of Panoti. You will be under an unusual amount of stress while it lasts. Your success will
not be equal to your efforts and you will have to satisfy yourself with whatever little you get. You may feel financial
pressure and your savings will not be enough to satisfy your dreams. Don't make misuse your money. Better save it
for later when your investments can bear better fruit.

You may feel tired at times, but that's natural considering the pressure Saturn has you under. Just hang on tight and
work hard. Your ship will come around to the shore eventually.

Remedies

1. Donate black cloth, black urad, black leather objects, iron and mustard oil.
2. Worship lord Saturn on Saturdays. Keep a fast on Saturdays and eat only Urad, Gram, Black-Salt and fruits.
3. Recite the Maha-Mrityunjaya Mantra for 125,000 times. 4. Wear a ring made of iron from a horse-shoe. g