Recent Interview – Vedic Art and Science

Recent Interview – Vedic Art and Science

In this Vedic Art and Science interview I discuss a few important subjects – like the effects of dhana yogas, conjunctions, seeing deeper meaning in the astrology chart – and a few other things. I think you will like this. Recent Interview The interviewer,...
Revati Nakshatra – Wealthy, Rich

Revati Nakshatra – Wealthy, Rich

The last Nakshatra is called Revati. This is at the very end of the solar system, from 16:40 to 29:59 of Pisces. It is ruled by the deity called Pushan which is the shepherd. A lot of the imagery of a shepherd is really similar to what you see with Pushan.  Revati...
Purva Bhadra Pada – Earlier Blessed Result

Purva Bhadra Pada – Earlier Blessed Result

Purva Bhadra Pada Nakshatra literally means “early auspicious foot”.  It exists from 20:00 of Aquarius to 3:20 of Pisces. It bridges Aquarius and Pisces where the individual has merged with the with the collective and social, which is what Aquarius is. Purva Bhadra...
Shatabishak – 100 Medicines or Doctors

Shatabishak – 100 Medicines or Doctors

Shatabishak is related to a god called Varuna who is the god of the seasons, separating the day and the night and the upper atmosphere. It is related to the upper atmosphere like clouds/storm clouds, the richness and moisture in the air like in the upper atmosphere of...
Dhanishta – Very Rich, Very Swift

Dhanishta – Very Rich, Very Swift

The next Nakshatra is called Dhanishta which exists from 26:20 of Capricorn until 6:39 of Aquarius (equidistant between Capricorn and Aquarius).  Dhanishta – Very Rich, Very Swift – Video   Deity: The 8 Vasus Sign(s)/Degrees: 23:20 Capricorn –...
Sravana- Famous, Hearing

Sravana- Famous, Hearing

Sravana Nakshatra literally means “hearing” — hearing the truth, making adjustments based on what we hear and forming connections to society and culture. It is from 10:00 – 23:19 of Capricorn and it is related to the god Lord Vishnu who is the pervader and the...
Uttar Ashada – Later Victory

Uttar Ashada – Later Victory

Uttar Ashada shows how the Sun sustains the powerful and relentless qualities of Sagittarius and Capricorn. Deity: Vishwa Devas Sign(s)/Degrees: 26:40 – 9:59 Capricorn Ruler: Sun Symbol: Machan, elephant tusk, square Story: The Vishwa-devas (Universal Gods) and...
Purva Ashada – Earlier Victory

Purva Ashada – Earlier Victory

Purva Ashada means “early victory”. After we have planted the seeds of truth, then we have to nourish, nurture, water and give them love and care in order for them to grow. However much we are nurturing and nourishing the seeds that we have planted, that is what is...
Mula – Root, Commencement

Mula – Root, Commencement

Mula shows the quality of Sagittarius that is courageous fierce and independent. Mula Nakshatra literally means root and it is where we pull things out by the roots. It comes after Scorpio and the section of the zodiac where we are very connected to life on Earth,...
Jyestha – The Eldest

Jyestha – The Eldest

The last Nakshatra in this section of the zodiac is Jyeshtha which is from 16:40 to 29:59 Scorpio. Jyestha – The Eldest – Video   Deity:Indra Sign(s)/Degrees:16:40 – 25:59 Scorpio Ruler:Mercury Symbol:Kundal (earring), umbrella, talisman...
Vishaka – Branched, Forked Branches

Vishaka – Branched, Forked Branches

Vishaka is from 20:00 of Libra until 3:19 of Scorpio. This is where Libra becomes Scorpio and it is a pretty intense Nakshatra because it is where Saturn is exalted at the very first degrees and the Moon is debilitated. It is where our relationships with others...
Svati – Independent, Sword

Svati – Independent, Sword

Svati Nakshatra is from 6:40 to 19:59 Libra. It is ruled by the God called Vayu, the god of the wind who roams around the world and it is related to prana. Svati – Independent, Sword – Video   Deity: Vayu Sign(s)/Degrees: 6:40 – 20:00 Libra...
Chitra – Brilliant/Distinguished

Chitra – Brilliant/Distinguished

Chitra shows the practical, creative and fiery dynamic of the Virgo/Libra juncture. It exists from 26:20 of Virgo to 6:39 of Libra. The deity is called Vishwa Karma and it is one of the Adityas — the incarnations of the Sun meant to bring stability on Earth. Chitra...
Hasta – Hand

Hasta – Hand

Hasta is from 10:00 to 23:19 of Virgo. It is where all of that power of that kingdom which came in through Aryaman and Uttara Phalguni now becomes moved around and manifested in a very beautiful form. Hasta – Hand- Video   Deity: Savitur (Aditya)...
Uttara Phalguni – Later Red One

Uttara Phalguni – Later Red One

Uttara Phalguni is from 26:40 of Leo to 9:59 of Virgo. This is where Leo becomes Virgo. The kingdom takes a lot of work and if we are going to run it well, we need to delegate and give different departments a certain amount of work to do. That is related to Uttara...
Purva Phalguni – Previous Red one

Purva Phalguni – Previous Red one

Purva Phalguni Nakshatra is from 13:20 to 26:39 of Leo. It is related to the god called Bagha, the god of delight. Purva Phalguni – Previous Red one – Video   Deity: Bhaga Sign(s)/Degrees: 13:20 – 26:39 Leo Ruler: Venus Symbol: Legs of a cot,...
Magha – Beneficient, Mighty

Magha – Beneficient, Mighty

Magha shows the love of family and tradition shown in Leo. Magha – Beneficient, Mighty – Video   Deity: Pitris Sign(s)/Degrees: 0:00 – 13:19 Leo Ruler: Ketu Symbol: Throne, Palanquin, Royal Court Story: Magha Nakshatra is the first Nakshatra in...
Pushya – Nourisher, Flower, The Best

Pushya – Nourisher, Flower, The Best

Pushya shows the ultra-conservative and devotional nature of Cancer. It exists from 3:20 until 16:40 of Cancer. Pushya – Nourisher, Flower, The Best – Video   Deity: Brihaspati Sign(s)/Degrees: 3:20 – 16:40 Cancer Ruler: Saturn Symbol: Teat of...
Punarvasu – Return of the Light

Punarvasu – Return of the Light

Punarvasu shows the transition from mutable Air to Cardinal Water, presided over by Jupiter, the God of the Sky (Indra). It exists from 20 degrees of Gemini until 3 degrees and 19 minutes of Cancer. Punarvasu – Return of the Light – Video   Deity:...
Ardra – Moist

Ardra – Moist

Ardra comes right in the middle of Gemini from 6:40 until 19:59. It is ruled by Rudra who is the earliest form Lord Shiva. This is also right on the plane of the galaxy, the galactic plane runs along this section. Ardra Nakshatra – Moist – Video  ...
Mrigashira – Deer/Antelope’s Head

Mrigashira – Deer/Antelope’s Head

Mrigashira shows the transition of Fixed Earth into Mutable Air through the alchemy of fire as well as the longing, wistful and gentle side of Gemini. It exists equidistant between Taurus and Gemini — from 23:20 of Taurus until 6:39 of Gemini. Mrigashira literally...
Rohini – Ruddy cow, Red, Growing

Rohini – Ruddy cow, Red, Growing

Rohini shows the earthly, creative nature of Taurus. Rohini – Ruddy cow, Red, Growing – Video   Deity:Prajapati Sign(s)/Degrees:10:00 – 23:19 Taurus Ruler:Moon Symbol: Story: Rohini literally means “growing or growth.” It is said to be the...
Krittika – Razor/Cutter

Krittika – Razor/Cutter

Krittika shows the Sun to be the transition point from Cardinal Fire to Fixed Earth in the spirit of purification, ritual and sacrifice. Krittika – Razor/Cutter – Video   Deity:Agni (God of Fire, Sacrifice and Ritual) Sign(s)/Degrees:26:40 Aries –...
Bharani – Bearing, Enduring/The Bearers

Bharani – Bearing, Enduring/The Bearers

The second Nakshatra is called Bharani. Bharani is in Aries and comes after Ashwini. Ashwini is from 0-13:19 and Bharani is 13:20-26:39. Deity: Yama (God of the Soul’s course) Sign(s)/Degrees: 13:20 – 26:39 Aries Ruler: Venus Symbol: Female sexual organ...
Ashwini – Power of the Horses, The Horsemen

Ashwini – Power of the Horses, The Horsemen

The first Nakshatra is Ashwini and it is at the very beginning of the sign, Aries. Ashwini literally means “the horsemen / horsewomen” and it is related to horses and the vitality that is seen in horses. Horses are symbol of vital energy and vitality, also called...
The Nakshatras (Distant Stars)

The Nakshatras (Distant Stars)

The Nakshatras are the Distant Stars in the Vedic astrological horoscope. There are 27 Nakshatras that exist to emulate the moon’s mean daily motion of 13:20. It takes 27 days for the moon to revolve around the earth, thus there are 27 Nakshatras. The Nakshatras...