The meanings of the planets are also at fault

In the last section, it was mentioned that the ascendant’s placement is wrong. (The explanation was continuous and not directly related to Rahu (8).)

In this section, the meanings that can be interpreted differently will be mentioned. This is not unusual since each planet has a broad sense of meaning including behaviors, skills, people, places, minerals, etc.

Surprisingly, the original textbooks usually define the meanings in a very broad sense so that each planet lacks its unique meanings.

This is comparable to mixing colors. Each planet does not have a unique shade of color. The predicting utilizes multiple planets to describe a characteristic since each planet has redundant meanings.

When one planet is not enough to cope with a certain explanation other planets are used instead. This is considered incorrect since it has no clear principle.

However, in my methodologies that are based on a lot of observations and verifications, each planet represents a primary color that is unique in itself.

Some meanings may be similar but they can still be distinguished.

Since the characteristics are distinguishable the interpretations would be clear. This is comparable to blending primary colors with a predetermined proportion such that the color output is predictable.

For instance, Mars (3) represents logic and reasoning, disbelief or belief based on reasoning, bravery (with reasons), roughness, and being hot-tempered.

Rahu (8) represents indulgence, credulity, recklessness (taking risks without reasons), Saturn (7) represents steadiness, slowness, consideration and being full of thoughts.

Jupiter (5) represents virtues and mindfulness, Mercury (4) represents thoroughness, profoundness, neatness, etc.

Every planet has its meanings that are independent of each other. When they are related to each other the meanings have to be combined without being deducted by each other.

For instance, the slowness of Saturn (7) when combined with the furious from Mars (3) would imply that the native will take quite a long time to think over something.

When the native has thought it through he/she will start working immediately. Venus (6) represents art. When it combines with Rahu (8), trickery and cheating would imply that the native will possess the art of deceiving and lying.

One the other hand, he/she may become a professional actor/actress. The combined planets may suppress each other when they are enmity pairs.

Although they would not eliminate each other’s meanings. Each planet has its roles and they are always observable. They may be suppressed, or demonstrated asynchronously, or demonstrated together.

It begins with the ascendant that is at fault followed by the incorrect meanings. If interpreting and predicting methodologies are different from each other, the results would certainly be very different.

Rahu (8) has to be carefully considered to detect deceitfulness, misbehaving, shrewdness, and credulity

It is an important planet since it concerns the belief that affects important decisions in life. It affects belief without reasons, recklessness, indulgence, credulity, shrewdness, and sophistication.

Aside from that, it has meanings of stocks, lottery, intoxication, all vices, ruffians, and hooligans too. When considering Rahu (8) Jupiter (5), Mars (3) and the Sun (1) have to be taken into account as well because they can suppress or enhance each other.

This has already been mentioned in several chapters. In this part, the conclusions of Rahu (8) will be made once again for improved clarification.

Rahu (8) that is in conjunction with the ascendant no matter the dignity, will be considered powerful.

When it is negative for example, being debilitation or detriment, it will make the native credulous and naive but not tricky and manipulative.

The native may misbehave but this is due to his/her naivety. No matter how powerful Jupiter is, or whether it is in conjunction with the ascendant or not, it would not be able to suppress Rahu’s influence.

Rahu (8) that is in conjunction with the ascendant and has neutral dignity implies that the native is indulged in something or many things at the same time.

The native usually misbehaves him/herself during the teenage years. He/she will not study and maybe indulged in all vices, alcohol, gambling, or drugs.

The native usually is shrewd but not manipulative. It would not be totally suppressed by Jupiter (5) no matter how powerful Jupiter is.

Rahu (8) that is in conjunction with the ascendant and is domicile or Raja Yoga will have similar effects to being neutral. Though it implies that the native tends to be tricky and the older he/she gets the more manipulative and indulged his/her becomes.

At first, the native is misbehaved but he/she will grow away from it quickly. If Jupiter (5) is powerful and Rahu (8) is pre-exaltation, post-exaltation, exaltation, Maha Chakra and in conjunction with the ascendant, in this case, the native will become truly deceitful and manipulative.

Jupiter (5), the Sun (1), Mars (3) would not be able to hinder its influence no matter how powerful they are.

The native will become heavily indulged in something such as academic matters or art, but not credulous. This is because shrewdness and being sophisticated will prevent it from happening.

If the native can be cheated on it must be through things that he/she is already indulged in, for instance, indulged in art or women. Mostly alcohol, gambling or all vices will not become a concern since the native is aware of them and he/she is also shrewd.

In conclusion, Rahu (8) that conjoins with the ascendant is considered mostly negative with very few positive sides.

However, these cases will have both positive and negative sides if Rahu (8) is in opposition, sextile or trine with the ascendant. The degree of positive effects will be between moderately positive to extremely positive.

On the contrary, the degree of negative effects will be between moderately negative to extremely negative. This is because the relationship percentage to Tanu or the native’s true self decreases by the relationship.

There are already examples given in the previous chapters.

If it has to be decided which Rahu (8) is the best it would be neutral or slightly positive Rahu (8) for instance, Raja Yoga or Devi Yoga.

Though it should be in opposition with the ascendant and has its elemental pair or kindred pair in conjunction with the ascendant so that the viciousness of Rahu (8) is handled.

As a result, the native will become shrewd but not deceitful, especially when Jupiter (5) is related. This would enhance mindfulness to constantly be presented.

Furthermore, the native will not become misbehaved but instead virtuous and favored by the seniors.

Most importantly, it would help to absorb the viciousness of Saturn (7).

When transiting Saturn (7) in conjunction to the ascendant it will become beneficial instead of harmful. Sometimes this may lead to a great fortune despite the overlap or the opposition to the ascendant.

Do not belittle transiting Rahu (8) that in conjunction to, opposes or relates to the original Rahu (8). It is considered almost as deadly as transiting Saturn (7) in conjunction to the original Saturn (7).

It may be hard to understand but it has all been explained. The issues about Rahu (8) can finally be concluded.

There are a lot of positive effects of Rahu (8) and they are already mentioned so that it has been treated fairly.

* Rahu that is in opposition is considered Pintu-Bat. In general, it means that the horoscope is damaged and broken. The partnership will become troubled. However, according to my studies, this is considered very good.

Besides, when it relates to its elemental pair or kindred pair it will become even better. Transiting Saturn would be a welcomed addition indeed.

The meanings of the planets are also at fault

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