Natal astrology of the five components

The Weekdays at birth.

In the following information, the element associated with the weekday is given first. It is this element that is combined with the equivalent elements for the lunar mansions to give the elemental yogas in the calendar.

Sunday. Fire. If survives seven days and seven months, will live a long time. For a male this is good, he will be a loving and important person. For a female, will be wealthy but will run the house; if a daughter is born this is bad.

Monday. Water. For a male he will be wealthy and fierce, and for a female, she will be beautiful with a light complection and content.

Tuesday. Fire. Will be evil and short tempered, a fornicator (discordant?), arrogant and bad tempered. For a male, health will be difficult and a female will die.

Wednesday. Water. Unhealthy. For a male it is bad, he will be unpleasant to his mother, for female, the parents will be poor, but she will wealthy and powerful.

Thursday. Wind. This appears bad, but will have a clear mind and be intelligent, and practise religion; for the female it is good, with long life and popularity.

Friday. Earth. Will be of low class, such as a blacksmith. For the male, long life and a sharp mind, for the female beauty and charisma.

Saturday. Earth. Excellent physical body, but little merit. For the male an average life span, for the female a short one.

The Lunar Mansions at birth.

0. Aśvinī. Will live between 60 and 80 years. Eloquent, physical shape good, skilled in medicine or will belong to a medical family, skilled in song, dance and music; physically and mentally unstable; will not settle in one place.

1. Bharaṇī. Steady, stable mind, free from illness, will speak the truth, will have little compassion. Will live for 36 years or, if longer, for 95. Skilled in handicrafts, industrious. Due to having little compassion, will subsequently be born in hell.

2. Kṛittikā. For a male, will have wealth, and be famous with great charisma; will have great reputation and be fond of women; will have many possesions and be greatly attached (to them); intelligent and brave; during early life will be evil, but will become good in later life; will live a long time. If born female, will be bad.

3. Rohiṇī. Will live 100 years; good physical form; softly spoken; will speak the truth; rich, will be fond of being generous in accordance with the Dharma; skilled, with consistent intelligence; good looking in all features; brave, will always overcome all enemies.

4. Mṛigaśiras. Will live from 28 to 62, or, if longer, 90. Will strongly preserve religious vows and be truthful; glorious, clear intellect, will be rich, fond of others; good and virtuous; capable, industrious and strong. If born female, it is said she will be sharp-tounged.

5. Ārdrā. Will live 35 years or 65; will die as a result of robbers; savage, cruel, wicked; not skilled with the hands, will not repay kindnesses; angry, stupid and very poor; will not perform good acts and will be energetic in evil deeds; arrogant and will enjoy evil. In particular if male will be cunning, if female will work in the wool trade.

6. Punarvasu. Will live 50 or 60 years; will be a farmer and be rich, or, will teach religion and be a moral person. Will have an excellent mind, broad and flexible nature; much travelling and endeavour; not suited to horses and cattle; will have flourishing grains (barley, etc); stable intellect, free from illness and have unquenchable thirst; needs will be little.

7. Puṣya. Will live 80 years; will teach religion and be a moral person; peaceful and charitable; industrious in his work; eloquent, good physical form, skilled with the hands; mentally and physically unstable, will not settle in one place; clever, rich and lucky.

8. Āśleṣā. Will live 50, or if longer, 63; attractive, lustful; little time for mother and friends; angry, fond of evil acts and intercourse; much desire, charitable; not easy to get on with, no moral control; will not perform good actions and will be industriously evil; ugly, fond of the activities of Yama; will damage monk's robes and rugs; a wicked and sinful person.

9. Maghā. If not dead at nine years or nine months will live to be 95 (55). If male, evil towards father, if female she will die; always fond of lying; will have many friends and be wealthy, and for a long time will be highly placed socially; skilled in crafts, virtuous; religious, respected and rich.

10. Pūrvaphalgunī. If not dead before the eight year, will live to be 50 or 95. If female, evil towards mother, if male he himself will die; if he does not die, will have evil disposition; unstable and lustful; skilled at crafts and will be miserly; fond of gossip and clothes and jewelery; soft spoken.

11. Uttaraphalgunī. Will live 100 years; rich and moral; will speak the truth without lying, fond of being generous; fond of travel and serious religious practices; will be somehat stupid; the cause of death will be poison.

12. Hastā. The mother's life will be endangered. Will live 80 years. Eloquent, good physical form; skilled with the hands; courageous and strong; mentally and physically unstable, will not settle in one place; will move often, be agitated and deluded; rich - the most wealthy; will be generous in various ways, including religious offerings; will be religious and practise the seven Bodhisattva virtues; disciplined mind, honest, law abiding, or, will be thirsty and a thief.

13. Citrā. Will live 28 years. Skilled in song, dance and music; fond of giving, attractive, good looking and fond of intercourse; eloquent, sharp intellect, famous; much correct gossip (?); crude speech, but will not lie; very lustful; good eyes, limbs and senses; will wear various clothes and jewels.

14. Svātī. Will live 20 or 60 years. Will gain wealth and esteem; angry, unstable, deluded, mental health poor; will have wealth and good physical form; when up will love, when down will hate; will be angered through gossip; jealous and miserly; broad and flexible in nature; will like travelling and composing; disciplined mind, skillful and active in business; loving, truthful and religious. Both male and female will be serious.

15. Viśākhā. Will live to be 70; will have honour and glory; skilful, rich and will attract many women; enemies to his glory will be overcome; very intelligent; at first will be evil but good later in life; will have great charisma and be very jealous and miserly.

16. Anurādhā. Will live to be 28; pure in conduct, disciplined senses; will practise religion and be very intelligent; will earn the living through trade or religion; eloquent, good physical form, moral; wealthy, very good to travel abroad; is suited for, and will be happy, abroad; others will like him and gather around him.

17. Jyeṣṭha. Will live to be 35. Will have no moral control or compassion; will make many religious offerings; in general, ugly and short lived, poor but content with his lot, with few desires; will not perform good deeds, but energetic in evil acts; if practise religion, will quickly lose moral control.

18. Mūla. Will live to be 35 or, if longer, 62; lucky, will have a good house and will be a farmer, owner of wealth and grains; will engage in wordly activities; will not have a son, if one is born, it will be difficult to raise; with great pride and arrogance will be energetic in evil deeds.

19. Pūrvāṣhāḍhā. Will live to be 80; will be religious and learned; skilled in crafts and all activities; fond of practising religion and charity; fond of friends and will have trust in them; even though a little arrogant, will be disciplined and hence attain heaven.

20. Uttarāṣāḍhā. Will live to be 100, or 85; rich and will enjoy being generous; always honest without lying; many children and friends; very intelligent; loving towards beings; disciplined mind; skilful; if hot diseases occur, they will be difficult to cure.

21. Śravaṇa (Abhijit). Will live to be 60 or 62; excellent mind; flexible nature and broad intellect; fond of travelling and striving; will have wealth and rarely be ill; loving towards the king and beings (?); brave and tolerant; friends will be generous; will protect/rule his territory/district and will subdue enemies; the most skilled of all; will have glory and be learned; famous, with a smart wife.

21. Abhijit (Śravaṇa). Will live to be 60; angry with little lust; learned, skilled, very intelligent; skillful at overcoming enemies; mind good, broad and flexible; rich, fond of travel and composing; free from illnesses and strong.

22. Dhaniṣṭhā. Will live to be 25 or 60; angry, skilled in medicine; will have sons and riches; will be energetic and behave independantly; good mind with flexible, broad nature; unrefined intellect; open minded, fond of composing; charitable; brave; skilled in song and dance; will die stupidly by drowning. If female, will be beautiful.

23. Śatabhiṣaj. Will quickly die; if not, and recovers, will be like this: angry, will have clothes, and will talk a lot; love for family members; will protect religious offerings; good physical form, rich, charitable; fond of ascetic practices, very thoughtless; free from illnesses and will sleep a lot.

24. Pūrvabhādrapāda. Will live to be 95; fond of deception, stealing and killing; evil disposition; fond of wars and robbery; skilled in crafts and will have an evil nature; stupid and will harm others; miserly (not charitable); famous; will love friends but will hate others; will be controlled by wife.

25. Uttarabhādrapāda. Will live to be 50 or 60; skilled at song and dance; will use these as dharma offering; will be rich and enjoy being generous; honest, never lying; will have morality, understanding and compassion; happy/pleasant, will have friends and be skilled in speaking (?); will attract many friends and be victorious over enemies.

26. Revatī. Will live to be 28 or 90; will possess wealth and crops; will work hard to earn wealth and will enjoy his riches; will be fond of others, good and virtuous; will become a carpenter; will have keen senses and will be brave.

The Yogas at birth.

0. Viṣkambha. Handsome, wealthy, fond of jewels and intelligent.

1. Prīti. Fond of women, optimistic, truthful, selfish.

2. Āyuśman. Fond of respect, poet, rich, long-life, invincible and courteous.

3. Saubhāgya. Politician, skillful, fond of women, clever in everything.

4. Śobhana. Many wives and children, jolly, hasty in all matters, fond of war.

5. Atigaṇḍa. Danger to mother, if born about its end will cause destruction to the whole family, quarrelsome.

6. Sukarma. Lover of good deeds, popular, well-behaved, excellent disposition, charitable and enjoying life.

7. Dhṛiti. Good reputation, rich, happy, educated, excellent disposition.

8. Śūla. Suffering from pain, charitable, learned, fond of wisdom and holy sacrifices.

9. Gaṇḍa. Difficulties and sorrows, big head and small body, courageous, enjoying life, constant.

10. Vṛiddhi. Handsome, many children, good wife, rich and religious.

11. Dhruva. Long life, agreeable to all, determined, strong.

12. Vyāghatā. All-knowing and respected, clever in all work.

13. Harṣaṇa. Very rich, respected by kings and high personages, well-educated and far-seeing.

14. Vajra. Strong, skilful in the use of weapons, rich, landed property, courageous and truthful.

15. Siddhi. Gaining all desires, liberal, good enjoyment, sorrows through females, sickly.

16. Vyatipāta. Danger to life. If he lives to old age he becomes happy.

17. Varīyas. Strong, mechanical skill, clever in music and dancing.

18. Parigha. Exalted above his castemen, poet, good speaker, enjoyment, liberal, sweet speech.

19. Śiva. Good enjoyment, high intelligence, commanding respect.

20. Siddha. Clever in the use of weapons, good principles, good wife and happy.

21. Sādhya. Gaining desires, happy spending money, famous, popular.

22. Śubha. Even when poor he becomes rich; wise, liberal, respect for holy men.

23. Śukla. Learned, wise, popular, poet, rich, bold and warlike.

24. Brahma. Philosopher, learned in the Vedas, God fearing, clever in every work.

25. Indra. If born in a royal family, sure to become a king, short-lived, happy good.

26. Vaidhṛiti. Jolly, fond or ornaments, obliging.

The Karaṇas at birth.

Vava. Determined, sensitive, just, doing good work.

Vālava. Fond of pilrimage, educated, rich, happy and commanding respect among exalted personages.

Kaulava. Popular, obliging friends.

Taitila. Happy, rich, various houses, friendly and obliging.

Gara. Attentive to his interests, good cultivation, great pleasure when he gains his desires.

Vaṇija. Living by trade, travelling in foreign countries in search of rare articles.

Viṣṭi. Doing evil work, fond of others' wives, clever in vicious deeds.

Śakuni. Clever in preparing medicines, doctor.

Catuṣpada. Pious, worshipful, veterinary skill, fond of cows.

Nāga. Agreeable, intelligent, determined to do daring and tyrannous deeds, fond of bad and passionate women.

Kintughna. Good deeds, contented, healthy, happy.

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E Henning.

Last updated 3 February 2010.

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