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Jyotisa Fundamentals (My Master’s Words)
Jyotisa Fundamentals (My Master’s Words)
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Preface

I, Visti Larsen, born to Kaj and Maymuna Larsen on November 21st 1981 and 6 AM in Nairobi, Kenya.Grandson of Christian and Agathe Larsen as well as Ali and Fakir El-kindi, in tribute to my Guru Pt. Sanjay Rath and the lineage of Sri Acyuta Dasa of Orissa, hereby present this book to the world as a fruit of my learning.

I hope with the publication of this book, the tradition of astrology will be recognized by the astrology-community, as well as society at large, for the traditions depth, understanding and intellectual approach.

PUBLICATION

This publication is the result of a promise to my teacher, namely to teach on to others, what I have learned. The book is a contribution to the aspiring astrologers, with knowledge gained both from my personal association with my Guru, and the application of the same knowledge in my own experiences with my clientele.

The book is meant to lift astrologers of a beginner or intermediate level up to an advanced level. To work on the core roots of the subject, the first chapter deals with the ‘Panca-anga’, or the five limbs of the Vedic calendar. This particular area of Jyotish is often overlooked due to lack of knowledge in application on part of the astrologer, and also the idea that it is merely a calendar system, and hence overlooked completely by astrologers following the Western Astrology System. To give a more practical use of the pancanga, I have introduced some very useful methods of application to identify flaws in the quality of time, and how it relates to the chart.

Suffice to say, that this is ‘only the tip of the iceberg’, and the melting of this ice would lead to a flood of crystal clear and beautiful understanding of the entirety of the use of pancanga. This chapter may seem difficult for beginners, and I do recommend students to give themselves adequate time to understand this, and often go back and re-read this chapter. This chapter is however given first, as this is the first thing that an astrologer is taught to see before analyzing the chart… the reader will appreciate why, after reading it.

The subsequent chapters deal with more commonly known concepts, such as Grahas, Rasis, Bhavas, karakas, etc. however to avoid a repetition of already available literature, I have added a deeper understanding to aspects of the topic which are lesser known, such as Marana karaka Sthana, Bhava and Graha tithes, use of day/night births, planetary castes and the varnada lagna, upagrahas – just to mention the topics in the chapter on grahas. In a similar vein, I have given some deeper understanding and new “tips” on the use of the rasis as well as the bhavas, and a particularly important topic, namely sambandha or relationship. This being the relationships between planets, and the effect of these relationships in giving results. Two topics which are very close to heart among the members of Sri Jagannath Centre are Arudhas and Karakas. I have devoted a chapter to each in an attempt to establish a stronger foundation for the use of these techniques, and also an idea of their importance. In fact the entire book deals very strongly with the use of the Arudhas.

Four chapters are devoted to the twelve bhavas. Each bhava has been picked up and with it some extremely practical and repeatable techniques are shown which are not mentioned in the modern Jyotish books.

The last chapter is devoted to the Narayana Dasa which is the hall mark of the Jaimini Sutras, and one of my personal favorites. It should however, not be assumed that this dasa system is the only one used in this parampara. In fact Pt. Jagannath Rath, who was the grandfather of Pt. Sanjay Rath, was fond of Vimsottari Dasa, which he used down to a precision of 6 sublevels in his predictions! Yet, he used to calculate Narayana Dasa mentally to confirm the same. These dasa systems are but a few of the many dasa systems learnt in the parampara, but to begin with giving the aspiring astrologers a sidestep from the more commonly used vimsottari dasa (or the Astottari dasa used in eastern India), I have given some practical use of Narayana dasa.

Back of the Book

Visti Larsen’s journey of the occult began with Western Astrology in 1998, and moved on to jyotisa or Vedic Astrology in the year 2000. He joined Sri Jagannath Centre in 2001 to learn astrology as taught in the lineage of Sri Achyuta Dasa of Puri, Orissa and at his guru’s request became a jyotish guru and began teaching in 2002.

Since then, he has spent most of his time traveling with his guru, Sanjay Rath, to conferences in the USA, UK and India. He has been learning directly from his teacher during this time, which has become the seed for this publication.

Visti writes regularly for The Jyotish Digest, and received an award for the Best Presentation for his paper “Timing Career Events” at SJC’s 4th Annual Conference in Mumbai, 2005. He is an active member on various e-lists and is a teacher with SJCERC, SJC’s graduate and post-graduate programme. Visti is also deeply interested in spirituality and occult practices. Jyotish Fundamentals – my master’s worlds is Visti’s first book.

Contents

Prefacevi
Contents ix
List of Charts xv
List of Tables xx
List of Figures xxi
1Pancanga: The Five Limbs 1
1.1Calculation 2
1.1.1Yoga: Cooperation (Akasa Tattva) 2
1.1.2Tithi: Fructification of all Desires (Jala Tattva) 3
1.1.3Karana: The Road to Accomplishment (Prthvi Tattva) 5
1.1.4Vara: Strength to perform (Agni Tattva)
1.1.5Naksatra: The flow of prana Vayu Tattva 6
1.2Five Areas of Life 9
1.3Application of the Pancanga 10
Tattva conflicts 10
Sankranti 12
Ghataka 12
Eka Naksatra Dosa 13
1.4Case Studies 14
Tattva Conflict 14
Sankranti 16
Ghataka 17
Eka naksatra dosa 19
2Grahas and Rasis 25
2.1Grahas 25
2.1.1Planetary Castes 25
2.1.2Planetary Status 28
2.1.3Examples 29
2.1.4Day/Night strong planets 31
2.1.5Marana karaka sthana 32
2.1.6 Examples32
2.1.7Periods of Planets 34
2.1.8Examples 36
2.1.9Bhava/Graha Tithi 38
2.1.10Upagraha 42
2.1.11Examples 46
2.2The Rasis 50
2.2.1Masculine and feminine signs 50
2.2.2Day / Night signs 50
2.2.3Rising of signs 51
2.2.4The quadrants and the three guna’s 52
2.2.5Directions and distances of the signs 53
2.2.6The trines and the five elements (tattva) 53
2.2.7Physical embodiment of the signs 55
3Bhavas 57
3.1Bhava Indications 57
3.1.1 Bhavat Bhavam58
3.1.2Reckoning relatives from the bhavas 58
3.2Bhava Classification 59
3.2.1The Four Trines 59
3.2.2 The Three Quadrants60
3.2.3Dusthana: Houses of Suffering 61
3.2.4Upachaya: Houses of Growth 61
3.2.5Maraka: Killers 63
3.2.6Caturasraya: Houses of Protection 63
3.2.7The Second and Twelfth Houses 64
3.3Lordship 64
3.3.1Results of the Bhava Lord 64
3.3.2 Planets associated with the bhava lord69
3.3.3 Kalpadruma yoga70
3.3.4Auspicious Placements: Yoga Karakas 72
3.3.5More Placements of the Lagna Lord 73
3.3.6Judging Dual Lordship 74
4Sambandha (relationships) 75
4.1Naisargika (natural) Sambandha 75
4.1.1Examples 77
4.2Tatkalika (temporary) Sambandha 79
4.2.1Bhava Sambandha 79
4.2.2Rajya Yoga Sambandha80
4.3Graha Sambandha 81
5Tools 83
5.1Drsti: Sight of Signs and Planets 83
5.1.1Rasi Drsti (sight of signs) 84
5.1.2Graha Drsti (sight of planets) 86
5.2Avastha (states of planets) 97
5.2.1Diptadi Avastha: ‘exalted’ and other states 97
5.2.2Baladi Avastha: ‘infant’ and other states 98
5.2.3Lajjitadi Avastha: ‘shameful’ and other states 99
5.3Astakavarga 100
5.3.1Meaning of Astakavarga 100
5.3.2Astakavarga Bindu at a Glance 101
5.3.3Quick Conclusions using Astakavarga 103
6Arudha 111
6.1Placements from Arudha Lagna 112
6.1.1Examples 112
6.2Arudha and Sambandha 117
6.2.1Case studies 118
6.3Graha Arudha 120
6.3.1Examples 122
7 Karakas: significators127
7.1Naisargika (natural) Karakas127
7.1.1Judging the Karaka 130
7.1.2Strength of the Karaka 131
7.2Cara (temporal / changing) Karakas 132
7.2.1Atmakaraka: the king 133
7.2.2Karaka Lagna: atmakaraka in the rasi 135
7.2.3Karakamsa: atmakaraka in navamsa 139
7.2.4Navamsa Lagna and Karakamsa 144
7.2.5Atmakaraka and Rajya Yoga 147
8The First, Fifth and Ninth Houses 155
8.1Lagna (First House) 155
8.1.1Complexion 155
8.1.2Nature and Character 156
8.1.3Planets and Knowledge 157
8.1.4Spirituality 158
8.1.5Case Studies 160
8.2 The Ninth House165
8.2.1Father 166
8.2.2Guru and Spirituality 168
8.2.3Case studies 172
8.3The Fifth House 172
8.3.1Children 174
8.3.2Knowledge 176
8.3.4 Case studies178
9 The Second, Sixth and Tenth Houses191
9.1The Second House 191
9.1.1Available Wealth 191
9.1.2Sustenance through Work 193
9.1.3The Flow of Wealth 195
9.1.4Sustenance through Work 195
9.1.5Case studies 196
9.2The Sixth House 200
9.2.1Injury and Ailments 201
9.2.2Enmity and War 202
9.2.3Case Studies 203
9.3The Tenth House 208
9.3.1Occupation 208
9.3.2Case Studies 209
10The Third, Seventh and Eleventh Houses 213
10.1The Third House 213
10.1.1Houses of Co-born 213
10.1.2Planets Denying Co-born 213
10.1.3Planets Friendly Towards Co-born 214
10.1.4Case Studies 215
10.2The Seventh House 221
10.2.1Houses of Celibacy 221
10.2.2Bringing the Spouse / Marriage 222
10.2.3The Spouse 224
10.2.4Marriage 225
10.2.5Sustenance of Marriage 226
10.2.6Case Studies 227
10.3The Eleventh House 237
10.3.1Badhaka: the source of obstacles 238
10.3.2Badhaka remedies 241
10.3.3Case Studies 246
11The Fourth, Eighth and Twelfth Houses 257
11.1The Fourth House 257
11.1.1Mother 257
11.1.2Property and Vastu Faults 258
11.1.3Ones community 259
11.1.4Education 259
11.1.5Case Studies 262
11.2The Eighth House 273
11.2.1Importance of Balarista (infantile mortality) and Ages 273
11.2.2The Sun: the Life Giver of the Universe 276
11.2.3The Moon: the Sustainer 277
11.2.4The Lagna: the Self 279
11.2.5Antidotes for Evils 281
11.2.6Mahesvara: Lord Siva 283
11.2.7Kundalini 283
11.2.8Case Studies 285
11.3The Twelfth House 293
11.3.1Upa/Vyaya Pada 293
11.3.2The concept of Giving 293
11.3.3Ista and Dharma Devata 294
11.3.4Guru Devata 296
11.3.5Case Studies 296
12Narayana Dasa 305
12.1Understanding the Dasa 305
12.2Overall Results 306
12.3Dasa Trend 307
12.3.1Effects of Dasa Trend 309
12.4Case studies 310
12.5Results of the Dasa 314
12.5.1 Dvara and Bahya314
12.5.2Paka and Bhoga 316
12.6Case Studies 317
Frequently Asked Questions327
Bibliography341

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Preface

I, Visti Larsen, born to Kaj and Maymuna Larsen on November 21st 1981 and 6 AM in Nairobi, Kenya.Grandson of Christian and Agathe Larsen as well as Ali and Fakir El-kindi, in tribute to my Guru Pt. Sanjay Rath and the lineage of Sri Acyuta Dasa of Orissa, hereby present this book to the world as a fruit of my learning.

I hope with the publication of this book, the tradition of astrology will be recognized by the astrology-community, as well as society at large, for the traditions depth, understanding and intellectual approach.

PUBLICATION

This publication is the result of a promise to my teacher, namely to teach on to others, what I have learned. The book is a contribution to the aspiring astrologers, with knowledge gained both from my personal association with my Guru, and the application of the same knowledge in my own experiences with my clientele.

The book is meant to lift astrologers of a beginner or intermediate level up to an advanced level. To work on the core roots of the subject, the first chapter deals with the ‘Panca-anga’, or the five limbs of the Vedic calendar. This particular area of Jyotish is often overlooked due to lack of knowledge in application on part of the astrologer, and also the idea that it is merely a calendar system, and hence overlooked completely by astrologers following the Western Astrology System. To give a more practical use of the pancanga, I have introduced some very useful methods of application to identify flaws in the quality of time, and how it relates to the chart.

Suffice to say, that this is ‘only the tip of the iceberg’, and the melting of this ice would lead to a flood of crystal clear and beautiful understanding of the entirety of the use of pancanga. This chapter may seem difficult for beginners, and I do recommend students to give themselves adequate time to understand this, and often go back and re-read this chapter. This chapter is however given first, as this is the first thing that an astrologer is taught to see before analyzing the chart… the reader will appreciate why, after reading it.

The subsequent chapters deal with more commonly known concepts, such as Grahas, Rasis, Bhavas, karakas, etc. however to avoid a repetition of already available literature, I have added a deeper understanding to aspects of the topic which are lesser known, such as Marana karaka Sthana, Bhava and Graha tithes, use of day/night births, planetary castes and the varnada lagna, upagrahas – just to mention the topics in the chapter on grahas. In a similar vein, I have given some deeper understanding and new “tips” on the use of the rasis as well as the bhavas, and a particularly important topic, namely sambandha or relationship. This being the relationships between planets, and the effect of these relationships in giving results. Two topics which are very close to heart among the members of Sri Jagannath Centre are Arudhas and Karakas. I have devoted a chapter to each in an attempt to establish a stronger foundation for the use of these techniques, and also an idea of their importance. In fact the entire book deals very strongly with the use of the Arudhas.

Four chapters are devoted to the twelve bhavas. Each bhava has been picked up and with it some extremely practical and repeatable techniques are shown which are not mentioned in the modern Jyotish books.

The last chapter is devoted to the Narayana Dasa which is the hall mark of the Jaimini Sutras, and one of my personal favorites. It should however, not be assumed that this dasa system is the only one used in this parampara. In fact Pt. Jagannath Rath, who was the grandfather of Pt. Sanjay Rath, was fond of Vimsottari Dasa, which he used down to a precision of 6 sublevels in his predictions! Yet, he used to calculate Narayana Dasa mentally to confirm the same. These dasa systems are but a few of the many dasa systems learnt in the parampara, but to begin with giving the aspiring astrologers a sidestep from the more commonly used vimsottari dasa (or the Astottari dasa used in eastern India), I have given some practical use of Narayana dasa.

Back of the Book

Visti Larsen’s journey of the occult began with Western Astrology in 1998, and moved on to jyotisa or Vedic Astrology in the year 2000. He joined Sri Jagannath Centre in 2001 to learn astrology as taught in the lineage of Sri Achyuta Dasa of Puri, Orissa and at his guru’s request became a jyotish guru and began teaching in 2002.

Since then, he has spent most of his time traveling with his guru, Sanjay Rath, to conferences in the USA, UK and India. He has been learning directly from his teacher during this time, which has become the seed for this publication.

Visti writes regularly for The Jyotish Digest, and received an award for the Best Presentation for his paper “Timing Career Events” at SJC’s 4th Annual Conference in Mumbai, 2005. He is an active member on various e-lists and is a teacher with SJCERC, SJC’s graduate and post-graduate programme. Visti is also deeply interested in spirituality and occult practices. Jyotish Fundamentals – my master’s worlds is Visti’s first book.

Contents

Prefacevi
Contents ix
List of Charts xv
List of Tables xx
List of Figures xxi
1Pancanga: The Five Limbs 1
1.1Calculation 2
1.1.1Yoga: Cooperation (Akasa Tattva) 2
1.1.2Tithi: Fructification of all Desires (Jala Tattva) 3
1.1.3Karana: The Road to Accomplishment (Prthvi Tattva) 5
1.1.4Vara: Strength to perform (Agni Tattva)
1.1.5Naksatra: The flow of prana Vayu Tattva 6
1.2Five Areas of Life 9
1.3Application of the Pancanga 10
Tattva conflicts 10
Sankranti 12
Ghataka 12
Eka Naksatra Dosa 13
1.4Case Studies 14
Tattva Conflict 14
Sankranti 16
Ghataka 17
Eka naksatra dosa 19
2Grahas and Rasis 25
2.1Grahas 25
2.1.1Planetary Castes 25
2.1.2Planetary Status 28
2.1.3Examples 29
2.1.4Day/Night strong planets 31
2.1.5Marana karaka sthana 32
2.1.6 Examples32
2.1.7Periods of Planets 34
2.1.8Examples 36
2.1.9Bhava/Graha Tithi 38
2.1.10Upagraha 42
2.1.11Examples 46
2.2The Rasis 50
2.2.1Masculine and feminine signs 50
2.2.2Day / Night signs 50
2.2.3Rising of signs 51
2.2.4The quadrants and the three guna’s 52
2.2.5Directions and distances of the signs 53
2.2.6The trines and the five elements (tattva) 53
2.2.7Physical embodiment of the signs 55
3Bhavas 57
3.1Bhava Indications 57
3.1.1 Bhavat Bhavam58
3.1.2Reckoning relatives from the bhavas 58
3.2Bhava Classification 59
3.2.1The Four Trines 59
3.2.2 The Three Quadrants60
3.2.3Dusthana: Houses of Suffering 61
3.2.4Upachaya: Houses of Growth 61
3.2.5Maraka: Killers 63
3.2.6Caturasraya: Houses of Protection 63
3.2.7The Second and Twelfth Houses 64
3.3Lordship 64
3.3.1Results of the Bhava Lord 64
3.3.2 Planets associated with the bhava lord69
3.3.3 Kalpadruma yoga70
3.3.4Auspicious Placements: Yoga Karakas 72
3.3.5More Placements of the Lagna Lord 73
3.3.6Judging Dual Lordship 74
4Sambandha (relationships) 75
4.1Naisargika (natural) Sambandha 75
4.1.1Examples 77
4.2Tatkalika (temporary) Sambandha 79
4.2.1Bhava Sambandha 79
4.2.2Rajya Yoga Sambandha80
4.3Graha Sambandha 81
5Tools 83
5.1Drsti: Sight of Signs and Planets 83
5.1.1Rasi Drsti (sight of signs) 84
5.1.2Graha Drsti (sight of planets) 86
5.2Avastha (states of planets) 97
5.2.1Diptadi Avastha: ‘exalted’ and other states 97
5.2.2Baladi Avastha: ‘infant’ and other states 98
5.2.3Lajjitadi Avastha: ‘shameful’ and other states 99
5.3Astakavarga 100
5.3.1Meaning of Astakavarga 100
5.3.2Astakavarga Bindu at a Glance 101
5.3.3Quick Conclusions using Astakavarga 103
6Arudha 111
6.1Placements from Arudha Lagna 112
6.1.1Examples 112
6.2Arudha and Sambandha 117
6.2.1Case studies 118
6.3Graha Arudha 120
6.3.1Examples 122
7 Karakas: significators127
7.1Naisargika (natural) Karakas127
7.1.1Judging the Karaka 130
7.1.2Strength of the Karaka 131
7.2Cara (temporal / changing) Karakas 132
7.2.1Atmakaraka: the king 133
7.2.2Karaka Lagna: atmakaraka in the rasi 135
7.2.3Karakamsa: atmakaraka in navamsa 139
7.2.4Navamsa Lagna and Karakamsa 144
7.2.5Atmakaraka and Rajya Yoga 147
8The First, Fifth and Ninth Houses 155
8.1Lagna (First House) 155
8.1.1Complexion 155
8.1.2Nature and Character 156
8.1.3Planets and Knowledge 157
8.1.4Spirituality 158
8.1.5Case Studies 160
8.2 The Ninth House165
8.2.1Father 166
8.2.2Guru and Spirituality 168
8.2.3Case studies 172
8.3The Fifth House 172
8.3.1Children 174
8.3.2Knowledge 176
8.3.4 Case studies178
9 The Second, Sixth and Tenth Houses191
9.1The Second House 191
9.1.1Available Wealth 191
9.1.2Sustenance through Work 193
9.1.3The Flow of Wealth 195
9.1.4Sustenance through Work 195
9.1.5Case studies 196
9.2The Sixth House 200
9.2.1Injury and Ailments 201
9.2.2Enmity and War 202
9.2.3Case Studies 203
9.3The Tenth House 208
9.3.1Occupation 208
9.3.2Case Studies 209
10The Third, Seventh and Eleventh Houses 213
10.1The Third House 213
10.1.1Houses of Co-born 213
10.1.2Planets Denying Co-born 213
10.1.3Planets Friendly Towards Co-born 214
10.1.4Case Studies 215
10.2The Seventh House 221
10.2.1Houses of Celibacy 221
10.2.2Bringing the Spouse / Marriage 222
10.2.3The Spouse 224
10.2.4Marriage 225
10.2.5Sustenance of Marriage 226
10.2.6Case Studies 227
10.3The Eleventh House 237
10.3.1Badhaka: the source of obstacles 238
10.3.2Badhaka remedies 241
10.3.3Case Studies 246
11The Fourth, Eighth and Twelfth Houses 257
11.1The Fourth House 257
11.1.1Mother 257
11.1.2Property and Vastu Faults 258
11.1.3Ones community 259
11.1.4Education 259
11.1.5Case Studies 262
11.2The Eighth House 273
11.2.1Importance of Balarista (infantile mortality) and Ages 273
11.2.2The Sun: the Life Giver of the Universe 276
11.2.3The Moon: the Sustainer 277
11.2.4The Lagna: the Self 279
11.2.5Antidotes for Evils 281
11.2.6Mahesvara: Lord Siva 283
11.2.7Kundalini 283
11.2.8Case Studies 285
11.3The Twelfth House 293
11.3.1Upa/Vyaya Pada 293
11.3.2The concept of Giving 293
11.3.3Ista and Dharma Devata 294
11.3.4Guru Devata 296
11.3.5Case Studies 296
12Narayana Dasa 305
12.1Understanding the Dasa 305
12.2Overall Results 306
12.3Dasa Trend 307
12.3.1Effects of Dasa Trend 309
12.4Case studies 310
12.5Results of the Dasa 314
12.5.1 Dvara and Bahya314
12.5.2Paka and Bhoga 316
12.6Case Studies 317
Frequently Asked Questions327
Bibliography341
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सूर्य खण्ड: Surya Khand
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I wanted to let you know how happy we are with our framed pieces of Shree Durga and Shree Kali. Thank you and thank your framers for us. By the way, this month we offered a Puja and Yagna to the Ardhanarishwara murti we purchased from you last November. The Brahmin priest, Shree Vivek Godbol, who was visiting LA preformed the rites. He really loved our murti and thought it very paka. I am so happy to have found your site , it is very paka and trustworthy. Plus such great packing and quick shipping. Thanks for your service Vipin, it is a pleasure.
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