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Karakāmusha

One of the important principles of our tradition is the consideration of karakamshi, as a sign of Aries and the study of planets in the houses
from it. The reason for this is that ātmakarak is akin to jāvātme (or, in the case of inanimate creatures, jadātme), which by its basic nature is
similar to paramathma, but lacks the purity and energy of the latter. In a sense, in almost all respects, creation is like a creator. Ātmā is the
spark of light, symbolized by the Agni-Tattva and the Sun as Nisargika Ttamakraka. It behaves as if it is exalted in Aries and is located in the
mrikrikonkon in Leo. She sees herself as a copy of Kalapurushi, and therefore, parts of her body are determined from Aries / Lagna, the first
house, which is also a sva, or herself, while she sees paramathma in the fifth house, which is the gentricon of the Sun, which also
symbolizes sarvatma and paramathma, as if depicting the macrocosmic and universal soul, or super soul, which the individual soul perceives
as God. Therefore, the lagna, akin to Aries, is considered as the head, and the fifth house is studied for bhakti (worship / prayer) and
mantra.

Table: Pañcha devatā

House

Figure 1. Overview of Karakmash

The ninth and twelfth houses of the natural zodiac are ruled by Jupiter, pointing to ākāsha-tattwa and Vishānu as a devatu. These houses
from karakāmushi indicate dharma-devatu and isḥṭa-devatu, since they are vijnānāṁshya and jivanamuktushi respectively.

The lagna and eighth house of the natural zodiac are ruled by Mars, pointing to the agni-tattwa and the marriage as a devata. The repetition
of Brahma Gāyatri is a pleasure to Agni Devata and gives good health, intellect and longevity. The sun, which controls the fifth house of the
natural zodiac, also shows agni-tattva, but Surya devatu and Savitur Gayatri mantra for all knowledge.

The second and seventh houses of the natural zodiac are governed by Venus, pointing to jala-tattwa and Shakti-virgin. These houses from
Karakushi indicate the fulfillment of desires and apara-vidya. The fourth house of the natural zodiac is ruled by the moon and also points to
jala-tattva, but shows mana and para-vidya.
The third and sixth houses of the natural zodiac are ruled by Mercury, pointing to prithvi-tattwa and Ganesh as devata. These houses from
karakāmushi, pointing to Dhimanta yoga, show success in the material world and intelligence for learning and growth.

The tenth and eleventh houses of the natural zodiac are ruled by Saturn, pointing to vāyu-tattva and Shiva as devata. These houses from
karakāmushi show the root cause of rebirth or the sins that can only be released by Nilakantha Shiva when he drinks the poison of our sins
and forgives our inaction (undoing). Maharishi Jaimini teaches that these houses have a direct impact on Karakamshi according to the
principle of “Vary”, or days of the week. He cites the example of Mercury in the tenth house of karakāmushi, giving such results as if Saturn
is located in karakāmusha. Counting from the 10th house to the Karakāṁshi, we get 4 signs. Now count the same days in the order of the
days of the week from the planet in the 10th house. If Mercury is in the 10th house (Mercury is the ruler of the environment), then, having
counted out 4 days, we get on Saturday, which is ruled by Saturn. Similarly, for planets in the 11th house, we can count out 3 days. We
have no sayings or reasons for extending it to the other houses of the natural zodiac, since they are not ruled by Saturn and do not reveal
the sins that cause rebirth.

Bhāva
The question posed here is not about the divinity, but about how you are addressing the divinity — about “bhāva”, or attitude in prayer. For
example, if a person turns to Durgā-devӣ in repentance for sins, then bhāva refers to Shiva-bhakti, or if a person says he sees Shiva
everywhere, then bhakti-bhava refers to Vishānu, meaning sarva-vyapackesh, or present everywhere.

The planets in the ninth and twelfth houses from karakamsha show dharma- and ishkta-devat, and they should be addressed with Vishunu-
bhava, i.e. as ubiquitous. A person who prays must be filled with faith in the Vishan avatar (to act as if it is natural) or to any other deity,
but the approach must be like God’s all-pervading protector, as if born ever realized the presence of God in all creatures and all things. Like
Bhakta Prahlada, the one born must really believe that his ishkat-devat is everywhere. He will follow the path of dharma in this way. We
were taught to believe that “chakā ākhi sabu dekhuhi”, i.e. Jagannath’s round eyes are constantly looking, everywhere and He never sleeps!

The planets in the lagoon, the fifth and the eighth houses from karakamshi should be approached with Brahma-bhava, i.e. as to
omniscient. Prayer must be with the faith of God or any other deity, but the approach must be to the all-knowing and all-seeing spiritual
creator God. Brahma as such was not worshiped, because our creation, which is due to sins that may not be released, is not something to
thank God for, since we do not want it to be repeated. Instead, we are approaching the reading for the daily needs and lifespan provided to
us, and for Surya, specifically for spiritual knowledge and the ability to see and know the truth. The Sun God, Surya, is recognized as the
father of all souls and also the creator.

Planets in the second and seventh houses from karakāmusha need to be approached with Deva bhāva, i.e. as all-consuming enjoyers. A
person who prays should be filled with blind faith towards the giving form of the Dev (all ideal), or any other deity, but the approach should
be like an all-consuming, beneficent deity, so that the born fulfills all these desires and becomes shrimant because these houses belong to
Srimanta yoga. The planets in the fourth house of karakāmushi show the learning that comes from the Virgin, and the awareness of
everything and everything. It brings awareness, and as long as we don’t have awareness with something, how can we learn to know it or
know it, or even pray to it? Thus, Devus gives the gati, or direction, that comes from awareness. You do not know who Jesus was when he
was born, but you know who he is now, and this knowledge came because of awareness, which came from various sources of knowledge
called vidya. Everything that brings awareness of something is in fact a form of Mother Nature, or prakriti, and we approach the deities in
the fourth house with this shakti bhāva - like an omnivorous hungry student who wants to own all the para and apara vidya.

Planets in the 3rd and 6th houses from karakamsha should be treated like the form of Ganesha (ideally) or any other deity, but the approach
should be like the all-knowing teacher of God, so that the born learns and becomes dhimantas, because Dhimanta yoga. We need to realize
that all material knowledge must be associated with bodily manifestation, or prithvi-tattva, and here we are talking about material
knowledge related to “growth” that helps us live in this world.

Planets in the 10th and 11th houses from karakamshya must be approached with Shiva-bhava, i.e. as almighty. The person praying must be
with faith in the almighty Lord Shiva (10th house) or Rudra (11th house), or any other deity, but the approach should be as omnipotent and
a kind of king (since the tenth house is the throne) like Shiva, so that the born cleanses himself from sins and becomes clean and protected.

Example

It is important to understand how the soul looks in different houses, counted from karakām (shi (in Navaṡ). Now it is easy to understand
why the owner of the Navaṁsha-Lagna, associated with ātmakaraka, gives raja yoga. Why a naval lagna in the 12th house from karakamshi
makes a person very spiritual, or why it in the 9th house from karakamshi makes him follow the dharma very strictly ... move on and form
your opinion.
My question has always been: if the owner of a navaṁsha-lagna is YOUR DISCUSSION, then having counted from karakamsh, can we say
that devata, which directs mind, head and health, is visible by the number of houses counted from karakamsha to navamshsha-lagna. For
example, if the Karakaракshya of my card is a Virgo, and the Naval̇sha-lagnoi is Scorpio = the 3rd house from the Karakamsha, can you say
that Ganesh is guiding me? Perhaps this is so, because in my childhood I never missed a single celebration of Ganesh-puja and performed it
in a very complicated way. The Shakti-Ganesh mantra was my foundation ... there are also other arguments for this. Could you check your
cards and see if this line of thought is correct.