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Politics is probably the highest form of intelligent stupidity!!!
This thought came as an outcry, it needed to go somewhere. As I was writing it down it became unstoppable outpour of feelings to everything that is surrounding us in the news and media, and made me understand better the working of planets, once again.
Politics is that type of intelligence given by planet Rahu. There are rulers and kings representing by Surya (planet Sun). Sun is harsh and burning but dharmic (righteous). And then there are politicians, Rahu. With Rahu there is only head, no heart or compassion, just desire in the head. That desire once full filled brings other desires and the wheel is turning.
The story of Rahu and Ketu is well known but important enough to be repeated once more.
Understanding the cause of immune-system disorders. The nature of HIV and its escalation to AIDS, as well as the specific cause of infection is studied herein from the perspective of Allopathy, Ayurveda and Jyotiṣa.
This article is part of a webinar series on the topic of health and illness, presented by Visti Larsen through the Regional Academy of Mantra and Astrology (http://www.rama-edu.com).
This article is an attempt to provide deeper understanding of Jyotish through the monumental classic Jataka Parijata, by the author Vaidyanatha Dikshita.
The work consists of original Sanskrit slokas translated into English with a detailed commentary on the same.
I pray that this work may be accepted in the Jyotish community and that it will encourage debate and research by teachers and students alike – Branka
Jātaka Pārijāta Prārambhaḥ
Translation: Now begins Jātaka pārijata
Jāta-ka – Some translations of Jāta are: born, brought into existence by, engendered by grown, produced, arisen, caused and appeared. The word ‘ka’ implies that the event has manifest, i.e.. birth or the production has manifested/been created.