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Dender And Light

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Holy Khet

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Saturn in the Signs

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Saturn in the Signs – Interpretations

Below are the interpretations of Saturn in the zodiac signs. To read what Saturn represents in astrology, go to Lesson 5: The Planets.

Saturn in Aries

The best quality of Saturn is system and the best quality of Aries is leadership. Therefore, if you have Saturn in Aries, you can be a very capable leader, one who knows what to do and is not afraid of going out and doing it no matter what it takes or how long it takes. Combat and competitiveness spur you on to greater achievements. Self-reliance is high within you and you probably feel that you are more capable than those around you, hence you may end up doing all the work, which may antagonize you if you feel that others are not holding up their end of things. Saturn’s worst quality is selfishness and Aries worst quality Continue reading

Ascending Nidanas

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TIBETAN ASTROLOGY AND KALA CHAKRA
KURSER OCH SEMINARIER 2012-2013 I SVERIGE

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In the Tibetan monastery figure, Kala Chakra, the central part of the design, representing the world or, more exactly, the conditions of consciousness which together make up the world, is divided into six parts. In the painting, these parts or panels are filled with elaborate designs setting forth the conditions of souls in various levels or degrees of spiritual development.

The six compartments of the circle are divided int an upper and lower hemisphere of three compartments each. The upper hemisphere represents the three nobles states of being which are denominated in degrees of excellence: 1 – the world of the gods; 2 – the world of the Titans or heroes; 3 – the world of men. Together these three parts depict the happy states of consciousness which are the reward of good karma, that is, lives of noble thought and action, balanced towards giving in life.

The three compartments of the lower hemisphere of the circle depict the miseries resultant from bad Continue reading

Zodiac Order of Nidanas

TIBETAN ASTROLOGY AND KALA CHAKRA
KURSER OCH SEMINARIER 2012-2013 I SVERIGE

ASTROLOGY

The science of astrology had its beginning with the most learned nations of antiquity. The first astrologers were priests and philosophers, who found no conflict between the principles of astrology and the sacred philosophical systems which, ancient historians agree, were first revealed to humanity by the gods. Thus astrology not only conforms with those universal laws which were the foundations of ancient wisdom, but is also perfectly compatible with ancient standards of morality and ethics.

[…] Brahman sages in rock-hewn temples, Chaldean magi on their lofty ziggurats, and Egyptian priests Continue reading

Twelve Nidanas Into Astrology

Astrology, Karma & Nidanas
By Kim Graae Munch, 2012

Nidanas and the Zodiac

The twelve Nidanas are the karmic powers keeping man reincarnating on the Earth. This is an experiment where I test the thesis: “They are the powers of the Zodiac, but they are not following the same sequence around the Zodiac as the star signs.”

The twelve Nidanas consists of three groups, the first group of four is the Cardinal signs, the next group are the Mutable and the last group are the Fixed star signs. In the following tables and zodiac I have placed the Nidanas on the zodiac following these principles. The following paragraph is by Rudolf Steiner, the tables are extended by me and the figure is my design, and I had reformatted and added star signs.

Nidanas and the Signs

When man returns from Devachan, the astral, etheric and physical forces arrange themselves around Continue reading

Lights of the Mazzaroth

V02p244001The Mazzaroth (Zodiac)
By Rabbi Dr. Hillel ben David (Greg Killian)

RAMBAM[8]

The heavens are made up of spheres. There are nine spheres. The closest to us is that of the moon. Above it, the second sphere contains the planet Kochav (Mercury). Above this, the third sphere contains the planet Nogah (Venus). The fourth sphere contains the Sun. The fifth contains the planet Ma’dim (Mars). The sixth sphere contains the planet Tzedek (Jupiter). The seventh contains the planet Shabbtai (Saturn). The eighth sphere contains all the stars we see in the sky. The ninth sphere revolves from east to west every day. It surrounds and encompasses everything. The planets and stars all appear to be in a single sphere even though one is higher than another. This is because the spheres themselves are pure and refined like glass or sapphire…. This is why the stars in the eighth sphere may appear lower than the first sphere. Continue reading