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Significations of Guru (Jupiter)

Externally, Jupiter signifies people who are wise or well educated, scholars, experts, teachers, advisers, people full with life and optimism, jolly and eloquent people, people who are large, people with expansive ideas, people with collections of any kind, people who are balanced in their lifestyles, people who are dedicated to spiritual growth, sweet and fattening food, fruit.

Physically, Jupiter represents growth in the body, fat, the storing and release of energy in the form of fat by the liver, the growth of any tissue, excessive growth (overweight, tumors).

Internally, Jupiter represents happiness, optimism, spiritual growth, intelligence, learning, in particular the ability to get the bigger picture, eloquence, the ability to grow and progress.

Qualities signified by Jupiter: happiness, optimism, expansiveness, eloquence, intelligence, learned, spiritual, collecting, large.

Determining what objects are signified by Jupiter: Whatever part of the system is key or regulates growth, maintains overall balance in the system, is a storehouse for information.

Details about Guru (Jupiter)

Rank : Indra
Color : Tawny
Bhoota : Ether
Caste : Brahmin
Nature : Satwik
Description : Big body, tawny hair and tawny eyes, kapha, intelligent, learned in all shastras
Dhatu : Fat
Abode : Treasure house
Time Period : Month
Taste : Sweet
Strong Direction : East
Trees : Fruit bearing trees
Clothes : Saffron
Season : Hemanta
Substance : Jeeva

Significations of Budha (Mercury)

Externally, Mercury represents people that communicate a lot, are mediators, translators, messengers, or are involved in any form transfer or transmission of information. Mercury also signifies playful and funny people, people that joke or play with words, people that imitate others, adults that are child-like excited or curious.

Physically, Mercury represents the parts of the body that are involved in internal and external communication: the nervous system (internal), the mouth, lips, and hands (external). Mercury also signifies the skin, as it functions as an exchange organ with the outside world.

Internally, Mercury represents the intellectual mind, logic, discrimination, ability to use language and symbols, communication skills, short term memory, adaptability, and a sense of humor.

Qualities signified by Mercury: are quick, adaptable, witty, funny, boyish.

Determining what objects are signified by Mercury: Whatever part is responsible for communication, quick transfer of information, providing the infrastructure of the system, allowing contrasting parts to work together.

Rank : Maha Vishnu
Color : Green
Bhoota : Earth
Caste : Vaishya
Nature : Rajasik
Description : Attractive physique, capacity to use words with many meanings. Fond of jokes, mix of Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Dhatu : Skin
Abode : Sports ground
Time Period : Ritu (season, approx 2 months)
Taste : Mixed
Strong Direction : East
Trees : Fruitless trees
Clothes : Black silk
Season : Sharad
Substance : Jeeva

Significations of Chandra

Externally, Chandra represents highly placed people having a nurturing role, such as queens and first ladies. Whereas Surya gets its importance from being at the heart of the solar system, Chandra gets is from being closest to the Earth, and from our subjective perspective on Earth, being at the heart of the solar system. Surya gets it’s power from mere gravitational pull, but Chandra gets it from being close. Therefore, Chandra represents powerful people that play a more subjective role, nurture or are simply close to us like a mother. The light of the Moon is the reflection of the Sun, most visible in the absence of the Sun. Therefore, Chandra represents people that pass on the inspiration and spirit of the leaders, but in a supportive and gentle way.

Physically, the systems of the body that nurture and feed the body are represented by Chandra. The blood distributes nutrition and oxygen to all parts of the body. In a female, the womb nurtures the child. Whereas the brain is represented by Surya because of it’s controlling function, the hormones that are produced by the brain are represented by Chandra. Of the two eyes, the left eye is represented by Chandra.

Internally, Chandra signifies our mindset and emotions, our response to sensory experiences, our imagination, our ability to care and support others, nurturing skills, empathy.

Qualities signified by Chandra: motherly, caring, nurturing, emotional, sensitive, empathetic, imaginative, social, thoughtful, gentle, childlike charm.

Determining what objects are signified by Chandra: Of any living being or thing, the part that is supporting or nurturing the rest of it is signified by Chandra. In a social environment that is whoever takes the initiative first to care of the weak or helpless: mothers, nurses, health care workers and social workers.

Significations of Mangal (Mars) Graha

Externally, Mangal signifies people that execute commands, or exhibit some sort of strength. Trainers, commanders, CEO, generals, or anyone who plays a highly assertive and potentially aggressive role. Also people who deal with fire, heat, machines, intense competition or weapons.

Physically, Mangal relates to the aspects of the body that deal with energy, strength and defense. The digestive fire and metabolic rate, Pitta in general, the muscles, the immune system, production of antibodies and bone marrow.

Internally, Mangal represents our mental strength, assertiveness, boldness, focus, motivation, will, irritability, and aggression.

Qualities signified by Mangal: are strong, intense, assertive, challenging, defending, upholding, resisting, angry, radiant, warm.

Determining what objects are signified by Mangal: Whatever or whoever translates decisions from the decision making entity into action, people and things that are hot, full or energy or dealing with heat. Anything related to engines, motors, or highly mechanical in nature. Anything that has a purpose related to defense or attack.

Rank : Subrahmanya
Color : Short, blood-red
Bhoota : Fire
Nature : Tamasic
Description : Blood-red eyes, fickle-minded, liberal, bilious, given to anger, thin waist, thin body
Dhatu : Marrow
Abode : Place of fire
Time Period : 24 hours
Taste : Bitter
Strong Direction : South
Trees : Bitter trees
Clothes : Red silk
Season : Greeshma
Substance : Dhatu

Significations of Surya (Sun) Graha

Externally, Surya signifies those people or relationships in our life that are strongly related to royalty, power and the identity of the society. These are presidents, leaders, and directors. Since the Sun is at the center of the solar system, controlling the orbit of all the other grahas, it governs people with power or authority. On a smaller scale, this could be a governor, mayor, and in the family environment, the father. Surya represents those buildings that reflect power and dignity, such as temples, mansions and palaces.

Physically, Surya rules the aspects of the body that are most dominant in terms of control (the brain), the maintenance of life (heart) and maintaining the shape (bones). Surya rules the right eye.

Internally, Surya represents our tendency, ability or talent to act as a leader or authority.

Qualities signified by Surya: are aristocratic, dominant, authoritative, leading, fatherly, strong. Surya relates to square shapes. Surya represents the element of fire, as well as the many ways fire can expressed in other qualities. In the scheme of colors, the bright red is signified. In the spectrum of taste, the pungent taste is the hottest. Out of the three substances, Dhatu (“metals”, any lifeless substances), Moola (“root”, and plant form) and Jeeva (“life”, any animal or human form), Surya relates to Moola.


GDP Lower Know By AstrologyPresently there is a global GDP crisis, mainly affected area is Asia and most effected country is China. The GDP of China drastically gone down resulting slowdown of economy in China. The countries who has business with China they are also effected. Over the year there China has sustainable growth in GDP. But in 2015 huge decline in economy observed in China resulting uncertain future marketing, inflation and economic crisis . Overnight the Stock market fall down and become a disaster.

Economist analyzed different opinion for this crisis but I have analyzed this Astrologically and have other opinion. In any business there are two major planets are playing important role for smooth running of business i.e Jupiter and Mercury and off course support by other planets also. Presently both the planets are not in a good position of China and Saturn will also create different problems by which China will be under trouble for another two and half year.

Saturn is a planet which punish humans for their sins, corruption and evil work. Jupiter is a planet which gives positive energy for good work, friend ship and for all constructive work. Mercury is a planet which boosts trade, business, education and good bilateral relation with other countries. Any country when faces trouble in growth and progress and have sudden economic crisis, definitely the above planets produce negative energy by which the position of the country become bad to worse.

Saturn does not like wrong doings, corruptions and aggression. Jupiter does not like destruction and Mercury does not like war and unfair trade. The accumulation of wrong doings by any country or by their people generates huge negative energy by which the above planets create mass problem, economic crisis and slow down GDP. According to fundamental rule of astrology any country who fails to control over wrong doings, corruption, bad governance and unhealthy external and internal relation is always faces inauspicious results on account of planetary dispositions.

Meena (Pisces) Rashi

The 12th sign is Meena (Pisces). Parashara describes Meena as follows:

“It resembles a pair of fish, one tailed with the head of the other. This rashi is strong at night. It is a watery rashi and is predominant with Sattwa guna. It denotes resoluteness and is related to water. It does not have a foot and has a medium build. It rules the north and rises with both head and back. It is ruled by Guru.”

Guru (Jupiter) is the ruler, and Meena is a dual, watery and female sign. Jupiter’s expansive qualities combined with the element of water, gives an association with large bodies of water.

The symbol is a pair of fish, swimming in opposite directions. The fish is characteristic of opposite directions contained within one quiet body of water.

People with a prominent Meena tend to have an idealistic and universal view on things. They are active on the outside, but peaceful on the inside. They can have a problem making up their mind, or change their judgment on things. They are attracted to spirituality for the promise of enlightenment. They can be sentimental, and very moved by women or beauty. They have an attraction to products from the sea.

Kumbha (Aquarius) Rashi

The 11th sign is Kumbha (Aquarius). Parashara describes Kumbha as follows:

“It represents a man holding a pot. Its complexion is deep brown. It has a medium build and is a biped rashi. It is very strong during daytime. It relates to deep water and is airy. It rises with its head and is Tamasic. It rules Sudras, the 4th Varna, and the west. Its lord is Shani, Surya’s offspring.”

Shani (Saturn) is the ruler, and Kumbha is fixed, airy and male. Shani’s slow and deep qualities are not directed to physical causes like in Makara, instead it has a mental and philosophical slant, capable of deep thought.

The symbol is a man holding a water pitcher. Holding a water pitcher without dropping it requires steady concentration and fixity of purpose, both qualities of this sign.

People with a prominent Kumbha have a purpose, based on some philosophy or simple life principles. They have an interest in helping friends, or a community at large. They can be rough in their manners, but are also not too delicate themselves.

Vrischika (Scorpio) Rashi

The 8th sign is Vrischika (Scorpio). Parashara describes Vrischika as follows:

“It has a slender physique and is a centipede rashi. It denotes Brahmins and resides in holes. Its direction is north and is strong during daytime. It is reddish brown and relates to water and land. It has a hairy physique and is very sharp (or passionate). Mangal is its ruler.”

Mangal (Mars) is the ruler and Vrischika is a fixed, watery and female sign. The Mangal that made Mesha (Aries) so enterprising and energetic, plays a much more defensive and protective role here. It is defending its delicate watery/female core.

The symbol choosen for Vrischika sign is the Scorpion, an animal that is known for its ability to defend itself.

People with a prominent Scorpio can be very warm and sweet, if left unchallenged and unthreatened. They rather not change their position, but defend themselves if someone tries to harm them. Their tendency to be fixed can make them appear to be controlling, but their true nature is to nurture. Just don’t tease them.

Makara (Capricorn) Rashi

The 10th sign is Makara (Capricorn). Parashara describes Makara as follows:
“It has Shani as the lord and has predominance of Tamo guna (a disposition seen in demons). It is an earthy rashi and represents the southern direction. It is strong at night, and rises from the back. It has a large body. Its complexion is variegated and it resorts to both forests and lands. Its first half is quadruped and its second half moves in water, without a foot.”

Shani (Saturn) is the ruler and Makara is movable, earthy, and female. Shani has qualities of patience, endurance and slow but steady progress. The movable side of Makara is contrasting mobile as compared to Shani.
The symbol of the sign is a crocodile with the upper body of a goat. The crocodile part stands for the patience and endurance, and the goat part grafted on top of it stands for the mobility, and the somewhat stubborn nature of the sign.

People with a prominent Makara are industrious, and hard working. They are ambitious but patient in reaching their goals. They are likely to travel, or move around in one way or another