Daily Horoscope Leo
Rising Woman Special Astrology Report: Jupiter Saturn Conjunction December 21, 2020 at 10:21am PST @ 0° of Aquarius Theme: The Great Awakening On December 21st, 2020 the great benefic, Jupiter and the great malefic, Saturn will conjunct at 0° of Aquarius. (In sidereal astrology this event occurs in the sign of Capricorn.) This is a. The Sun in the 4th, a retrograde Venus in the 5th with Jupiter situated in the lagna, or Saturn in the 9th, Mars exalted, and Mercury, Venus and Jupiter combining in the 5th house give rise to powerful Raja yogas which yogas illustrate the importance and effectiveness of the trinal aspects of planets more particularly that of Jupiter. The Sun here becomes the Lord of the 12th house and the Sign of Exaltation is occurring in the 8th house. Although a Vipareeta Raja Yoga is caused still Ruby gemstone should be avoided. Whatever results the Sun has to give due to its exaltation it will give itself.
The movement of the radiant Sun your personal planet into Aries and your travel zone, can help lighten the mood. While this influence inspires you to explore new terrain, it is also an opportunity to learn a skill or get a qualification that may be very useful in the future. The combination of Jupiter in 12th house increases spiritual awareness to a great extent as opening many gateways to astral planes. Moreover, Jupiter in the 12th house, which is the house of salvation/spirituality connects the other two remaining houses of spirituality, which is the 4th and 8th houses.
The focus on your sector of far horizons is further emphasized, with Mercury moving into Aries for a few weeks. Its presence here can inspire you to seek out opportunities that might come with a bit of a challenge. In need of an exciting diversion, Leo? A restless influence could encourage you to seek out new experiences, especially those that have educational value.
Sun And Jupiter In 12th House Vedic Astrology Susan Miller
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Sun And Jupiter In 12th House Vedic Astrology Ephemeris
Finding someone a little too nosey for your liking? Today's Moon/Mars face-off, could find you making excuses to avoid them. If spare time is at a premium, the last you want is to share it with someone who irritates you. Thankfully Leo, there are possibilities for connecting with others on your wavelength, and discovering their company to be the breath of fresh air you so deserve.
A tithi is a lunar day. There are 15 tithis in the waxing cycle of the moon (shukla paksha), and there are 15 tithis in the waning cycle of the Moon ( Krishna paksha). The tithi is based on a relationship between the Sun and the Moon. The first tithi is 12 degrees of the Moon away from the Sun after the new Moon (Amavasya) or full Moon (Purnima). The second tithi is the next 12 degrees of the Moon away from the Sun, 12 to 24 degrees. A particular day is ruled by the tithi at sunrise, but the tithi can change anytime of the day or night as it is not based on the solar day.
Tithis vary in duration from approximately 19 to 26 hours, according to the movement of the Moon. Each tithi has a name, a ruling planet, and can be used in muhurta (picking a proper time).
The names of the Tithis are given below:
8. Ashtami (Half Moon)
15. Purnima (Full Moon),
Amavasya (New Moon)
Waxing and Waning:
The waxing Moon is called Shukla Paksha, the waning Moon is called Krsna Paksha. Paksha is a half month or half lunar cycle. Each Paksha has 15 Tithis, so Shukla Pratipat is the first day of the waxing Moon and Krsna Pratipat is the first day of the waning Moon.
In the traditional Vedic calendar system the tithis are used as dates, so one’s birthday would be on the same tithi as they were born, the relationship between the Sun (Father) and Moon (Mother) would be the same on one’s birthday as it was the day of birth. In this way, the Gregorian dates have no astrological relevance.
This is a nice visual, so one can connect the meanings with the actual phases of the Moon.
In picking a Muhurta one must understand the difference between Nakshatra and tithi, both relate to the mind. The tithi is ruled by Jala Tattva (the water element/Venus) and shows the state of the mind; whether it is excited, bored, nervous, afraid, agitated or calm. The Nakshatra is ruled by Vayu Tattva (the air element/Saturn) and shows what the mind will experience; whether it is going to be a pleasant or painful experience. The tithi is used to see if an event will be successful. It also shows whether people will cooperate with the project or not.
When looking at the natal chart the tithi is ruled by Jala and connected to Venus. It shows things related to passions and desires. One should see the birth tithi and see how the planet lording that tithi is placed in the natal chart. If it is strong then relationships are smooth. If it is weak, then relationships are rough. The tithi will indicate the attitude towards relationships
|The rulership of the tithis is based on the days of the week; Sunday (Sun) rules the 1st day, Monday (Moon) rules the 2nd , Tuesday (Mars) rules the 3rd tithi, Wednesday (Mercury) rules the 4th tithi, etc.Fasting on Ekadashi will get one over anger, because Mars rules it. Krsnas fast on the 11th tithi to be perfect peaceful Vaisnavas. No one will fight with the one who has done this fast for some time. Fasting on Ashtami will make it so you never cheat anyone, so will not get cheated. Fasting on the full Moon will give you truth as it removes the negative effects of Saturn.|
These fifteen tithis are also broken down into five groups given below:
|Trittya tithi (3rd ) is ruled by Mars but as it is Jaya (ruled by akash/Jupiter) so it will bring two people together, as akash is the binding force (that keeps the jiva in the body). Ekadasi tithi (11th ) is ruled by Mars and it is Nanda (ruled by fire-Mars) so the fighting is very strong. Mars is passionate, energetic, and creates conflict, it is not good for marriage, though it is good for war and leadership.|
For a person born in Nanda tithi, see what’s placed in Aries and Scorpio, look at the planets, and Arudhas. Tithi is about relationship, if Rahu is in Aries the person will have trouble from a widow/foreigner/eccentric in relationships. It shows important learning experiences in life. If a person is born in Nanda tithi, and Venus is in Scorpio, then the person will be likely have relationships outside of marriage. If the A10 is there the person will likely come from their work, A9 and it will be with Gurus, teachers, educators, if the A11 is there it will be with friends, etc. The Arudha shows where the problem will come from or where the person comes from. The house will also have a connection.
Specifics on Muhurta:
Sun And Jupiter In 12th House Vedic Astrology
|When certain Tithis line up with specific Varas (days) they are considered auspicious and therefore work on those days is accomplished successfully. If Pratipat (1st ), Shashti (6th ), or Dwadashi (12th ) fall on a Friday, it is considered auspicious.|
|In the same way there are certain combinations that are inauspicious, where there will be hurdles in accomplishing works. These inauspicious Days have been called Dagdha, Visha, and Hutashan.|
Varahamihira connects each tithi to a deity. Understanding the significations of the deity will also give a deeper meaning to each tithi, so that it can be used better in Muhurta.
Each tithi rises and sets at a different time. One can be aware of the Moon rise just by knowing the phase of the Moon. Below is a moon-rise-dial that lists the approximate moon rise times for each tithi. The calculation is for the equator, on the equinox (sunrise and sunset at 6:00), with no lunar anomaly. Local rise times will have variation up to an hour.